CONSTRUCTION OF FORTUNE SACCO KIAMUTUGU BRANCH PREMISES

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  • Tender close date:28/12/2018
  • Company tendering:Sacco
  • Advert Type:WANTED
  • Organisation:FORTUNE SACCO
  • Posted on:29/12/2018

Description

FORTUNE SACCO

INVITATION TO TENDER

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF FORTUNE SACCO KIAMUTUGU BRANCH PREMISES

Fortune Sacco invites bids from eligible contractors for the construction of Kiamutugu branch. Bidders MUST provide valid and certified copies of the following:-

Registration certificate with NCA as a building works contractor.

         i.            P.I.N AND Tax compliant certificates from KRA.

       ii.            Schedule of completed and ongoing works executed by the bidder.

      iii.            The names, qualifications and experiences of key personnel.

     iv.            Audited accounts for the last three years.

A complete set of tender documents may be obtained by interested contractors upon payment of nonrefundable fee of KSH.1, 000.00 in banker’s cheque payable to: Fortune Sacco Society LTD. The bids should be submitted by post in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked - “TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF KIAMUTUGU BRANCH “and addressed to:-

The chairman Fortune Sacco Society Ltd,

RO. Box 5559-10300,

Kerugoya.

Or deposited in the tender box at the Sacco lead office, Kerugoya opposite ACK Church Cathedral, so as to be received not later than 28th December 2018 at 9.00am. Opening will take place thereafter.


https://www.tendersoko.com/skuma/api.php?advert_doc=12263

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