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Description of the assignment
The assessment of the existing Electrical systems in the UN house at Cape Point Bakau, The Gambia. The office is currently facing electrical issues with power surges and shorting being experienced from time to time. The assessment is therefore an exercise to be able to determine the cause of these issues, identify them and come up with recommendations on how they are going to be fixed. It should also be able to determine the load capacity for each of the offices and additional load (if any) required to support the power system.
The assessment of the existing water supply. This should include both clean and waste water assessment. At the moment, the number of people occupying the building has increased from the initial number and also the facilities which need access to water supply have increased especially with the current COVID-19 situation. The exercise is therefore to determine if the supply is sufficient, the capacity of the waste water structures and whether they are able to sustain the increase in numbers.
The assessment of the Fire detection and Health and Safety component of the structures.
The following non-exhaustive list of outputs and learning activities are expected from this assignment:
Assessment of the Electrical system at the UN office in Banjul
Drawings of the existing Electrical layout of the offices
Assessment of the fire detection system in the buildings
Recommendations on the works to be carried out
Drawings of proposed works
Bill of Quantities for the sites
1. Assessment of the Water supply
2. Assessment of the Wastewater system
3. Drawings of all the water connection points and drainage system
4. Recommendations on the works to be carried out
5. Drawings of proposed works
6. Technical specifications
7. Bill of Quantities for the sites
BIDDERS CAN BID FOR ONE OR TWO LOTS
SUBMIT TEHNICAL AND FINANCIAL PROPOSALS TO: email@example.com