Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) – Libya country office
Rehabilitation of sub-standard and damaged housing units in Tripoli, Benghazi and Tawargha – Libya
Our reference: < ITB-LY2023-SH-001>
SUBJECT: INVITATION TO BID
– Rehabilitation and upgrade of sub-standard and damaged housing units in Tripoli, Benghazi and Tawargha, Libya
Following your enquiry regarding the publication of the above-mentioned invitation to tender, please find enclosed the following documents, which constitute the tender dossier.
NRC is seeking to engage the services of reputable, licenced and registered contractors for the provision of rehabilitation, and finishing works under a one-year long framework agreement. NRC is seeking to establish framework agreement for housing units’ rehabilitation in Tripoli, Benghazi and Tawargha with the following estimated scope of works during the first year of the agreement;
| Lot No | Description | Estimated No Of Houses | Estimated amount (USD)
| 1 | Framework Agreement for Rehabilitation works in Tripoli | 300 | 600,000
| 2 | Framework Agreement for Rehabilitation works in Benghazi | 300 | 600,000
| 3 | Framework Agreement for Rehabilitation works in Tawargha | 300 | 600,000
– NRC is under no obligation to award the contract to the lowest bidder and has the right to award contracts to multiple bidders. i.e., Same lot can be awarded to a primary and a secondary contractor, as well as one contractor can be awarded 1 or multiple lots.
– Costs incurred by the bidder in preparing and submitting the tender proposals will not be reimbursed.
Any request for clarification must be received by NRC in writing at least 10 working days before the deadline for submission of tenders. NRC will reply to bidders’ questions at least 7 working days before the deadline for submission of tenders. We look forward to receiving your bid via eTB as in the Instructions to Bidders before < 17/7/2023 23:00 pm>, as stated in the procurement notice. Failure to meet the closing date will result in the bid being rejected.
As part of this tender process, please be advised that NRC may request to conduct visits to the Contractors’ facilities to verify any of the information provided in the bidder response documents.
If you decide not to submit a tender, we would be grateful if you could inform us in writing, stating the reasons for your decision.