Call for Tender – Invitation to submit offers to design and build the Mount Vema Dock II – Ministry of National Development
The Mount Vema Ministry of National Development and Land Maintenance is inviting foreign companies to submit offers to design and build the Mount Vema Dock II. Dock II is like the Mount Vema Dock 1.
The Dock I and Dock II are jack up barges that will be used to build the City of Mount Vema’s 5th Avenue and Breakwaters. This is a type of barge that is like an oil and gas platform which are used as a base for servicing other structures such as offshore wind turbines, and long bridges.
The contract to design and build The Mount Vema Dock 1 project has been awarded to Mount Vema’s civil and naval engineering company Handy Deed. However, the government intends to award the contract for Dock II to a foreign company.
Interested parts should contact Mount Vema to express interest before submitting offers. The aim is to apply building techniques to maximise productivity, and at the same time protect the Vema Seamount’s marine environment when the barges become operational during construction.
Priority will be given to companies based in countries with trade facilitation arrangements with Mount Vema and countries with freeports or other facilities which enables the movement of people, goods, and services to and from Mount Vema.
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