Sustainable Grenadines Inc. (SusGren) has received financing from the German Development Bank KfW through the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre has received financing from the KFW German Development Bank, toward the cost of the project titled:
“Restoring Ashton Lagoon’s Ecosystem to Promote Nature Based Adaptation to Climate Change while Creating Sustainable Livelihood Opportunities for the people of Union Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines“
Sustainable Grenadines Inc. intends to apply part of the proceeds for the Phase II of Engineering Works to Deconstruct an Abandoned Pier in Ashton Lagoon, Union Island.
SusGren now invites bids for the Phase II of Engineering Works to Deconstruct and widen an Abandoned Pier in Ashton Lagoon, Union Island.
Information on technical specifications, plans and/or drawings for the required works as well as the Bidder Information Form, Bid Submission Form, Bill of Quantities, and a Draft Contract are accessible on the Dropbox account:
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The bidder complying with the requirements stated in the Specifications and with the Lowest Evaluated Bid will be awarded the contract.
Deadline for the submission of Bids is on or before 2:00 p.m. GMTM-4, on 2nd March 2018.
Price Proposals must be placed in a sealed envelope bearing the title ‘Ashton Lagoon Restoration Project – not to be opened on or before 2:00 p.m.. GMTM-4, on 2nd March 2018 and addressed to:
Dr. James Lord
Sustainable Grenadines Inc.
Hospital Road, Clifton Hill, Union Island
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines