BID OPENING FOR PRE- QUALIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST


As part of the effort to give back to the community dividend of democracy for provision of social amenities for the benefit of the citizens and general public, the Igando-Ikotun L.C.D.A hereby close the Bidding and have invited qualified vendors, consultants, contractors and service providers for the execution of the listed projects/services within the council.

Councils enter into contracts for a range of goods, services and works needed to deliver council services and infrastructure which was published on the Nation paper Dated 5th of July 2019. In which 26 Vendors/ Contractors shown interest for 25 Lot

2.0 CATEGORY A: WORKS;

Lot 1 Provision for street light/electrification
Lot 2 Construction of new roads
Lot 3 Rehabilitation/Surfacing of roads
Lot 4 Provision of water boreholes
Lot 5 Construction/Rehabilitation of drainage
Lot 6 Construction/Rehabilitation of Culverts
Lot 7 Upgrading of public cemetery
Lot 8 Construction of public toilets
Lot 9 Regeneration of parks/roundabouts
Lot 10 Construction of markets
Lot 11 Construction of council secretariat
Lot 12 Rehabilitation of schools

3.0 CATEGORY B: GOODS:

Lot 13 Office furniture and equipment
Lot 14 Procurement of vehicles
Lot 15 Supply of Computers and Accessories
Lot 16 Supply of school uniforms and exercise books
Lot 17 Provision of Health equipment
Lot 18 Provision of Library equipment
Lot 19 Procurement of Environmental and Waste Management equipment
Lot 20 Supply of Vocational equipment
Lot 21 Catering Services/Event Planner

4.0 CATEGORY C: SERVICES;

Lot 22 Desilting of drainages
Lot 23 Environmental Services and Waste Management
Lot 24 Training and Manpower development
Lot 25 Maintenance of parks and garden

The Chairman of Local Govt tender board committee is Hon Prince Adewunmi Dada Vice Chairman Igando-Ikotun Lcda stated in his speech that, It is essential that councils are achieving value for money for the community when carrying out procurement activities.

Under the Local Government Act 1989, councils must use resources efficiently and effectively and provide services in accordance with best-value principles to meet the needs of the local community, and improve the quality of life in the local community.

Councils must also carry out all procurement activities in accordance with their procurement policies, and the public tender requirements in the Act.

In attendance were Head of Procurement Mr Makinde Olajide, HOA Mr Olalere, C.T and all other Departmental HOD

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