Reconstruction,Deepening and Lengthening of the Durban Container Terminal Berths 203 to 205

Bid Number:2122830 – 618 Bid Description:Reconstruction, Deepening and Lengthening of the Durban Container Terminal Berths 203 to 205 Name of Institution:Transnet SOC Ltd Place where goods, works or services are required:Durban Date Published: 26 January 2017 Closing Date / Time: 30 May 2017 @ 12h00pm Enquiries: Contact Person: Freedom Dlamini Email:[email protected] Telephone number:0313611655 FAX Number: Where bid documents can be obtained: Physical Address: TRANSNET CAPITAL PROJECTS, Queens Warehouse, 237 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Durban South Africa Where bids should be delivered: Physical Address:THE SECRETARIAT TRANSNET CAPITAL PROJECTS NATIONAL ACQUISITION COUNCIL LIFT FOYER OF THE 26TH FLOOR CARLTON CENTRE OFFICE BLOCK 150 COMMISSIONER STREET JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA Briefing Session A compulsory briefing session will be held on: Date: 28 February 2017 & 1 March 2017 Time: 10:00am Venue: Transnet Engineering Main Building, 2nd Floor, 311 Solomon Mahlangu Street, Durban (Next to Barons) Tenderers are advised to bring full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the site walk that will take place on the second day of the clarification meeting. Special Conditions: 1. Only those tenderers who are registered with the CIDB, or are capable of being so registered prior to the evaluation of submissions, in a contractor grading designation equal to or higher than a contractor grading designation determined in accordance with the sum tendered or a value determined in accordance with Regulation 25 (1B) or 25(7A) of the Construction Industry Development Regulations, for a 9CE class of construction work, are eligible to have their tenders evaluated. 2. Potential Tenderers will be required to tender either as: JV with a South African based company that has a minimum of 51% Black Ownership (BO) and the JV agreement must stipulate an equal split of business; OR 50% Sub-contracting with South African company/companies that has a minimum of 51% Black Ownership