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NOTICE FOR OPEN TENDER (ITB)
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY: Libya
REFERENCE NUMBER: ITB/LBY/RLC/2018/102
DESCRIPTION: Construction of Single Unit of Five Prefab Classrooms in Auqba Ben Nafaa School in Obari Municipality, Libya.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS:
Date: 30 October 2018
Time: 14:00 hours, Tripoli, Libya time, ref. (wwp.greenwichmeantime.com)
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Libya Country Office intends to engage the services of potential contractor for civil work. Therefore, you are invited to submit your bid for Construction of Single Unit of Five Prefab Classrooms in Auqba Ben Nafaa School in Obari Municipality, Libya.
Interested bidders may obtain a complete set of documents in English language by visiting the following websites:
Please be advised that UNDP reserves the right to amend the tender documents at any time. Any amendments or clarifications will be posted under the concerned case line on the above referenced websites, and we kindly ask you to check the websites before submitting your bid.
Note: Site visit will be held on 17 October 2018 at the below timing:
Auqba Ben Nafaa School in Obari Municipality -Libya - 11:00 hrs (Libya Time).
Focal Person: Moualy Bukayrat, Civil Engineer email@example.com
Phone number: (+218) 0924432210
Offers/Bids may be submitted on or before 30 October 2018, 14.00 hours Tripoli, Libya time, ref.
www.greenwichmeantime.com, and via email/hand delivered to the address below:
United Nations Development Programme
Libya Country Office
Rue du Lac Windermere, Les Berges du Lac, 1053 Tunis, Tunisia
UNDP Case No.: ITB/LBY/RLC/2018/102
Please note that no remuneration will be made to bidder/s for preparation and submission of bids.
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