Background Image

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION-

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE & PROCUREMENT OF SPARES FOR FIRE APPLIANCES & PORTABLE FIRE PUMPS IN NNPC TOWERS, ABUJA

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION
CORPORATE SERVICES
GROUP HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT, AND QUALITY DEPARTMENT
NNPC TOWERS, HERBERT MACAULAY WAY, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, P.M.B. 190, GARKI, ABUJA – NIGERIA
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE & PROCUREMENT OF SPARES FOR FIRE APPLIANCES & PORTABLE FIRE PUMPS IN NNPC TOWERS, ABUJA

1. INTRODUCTION:
The Group Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (GHSEQ) Department of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, wishes to invite interested competent and reputable Contractors/Companies to submit pre-qualification documentation for the Corrective and Preventive Maintenance & Procurement of Spares for Fire Appliances & Portable Fire Pumps located in NNPC Towers, Abuja.

2. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK SCOPE AND SPECIFICATION
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) intends to carry out comprehensive corrective and preventive maintenance & procurement of spares for fire appliances & portable fire pumps in NNPC Towers, Abuja.
The work required to be carried out by the contractor covers comprehensive corrective and preventive maintenance & procurement of spares for fire appliances & portable fire pumps, modification, materials procurement services, installation, commissioning, testing, end-user training, start-up support, and performance testing necessary to achieve an optimal fire appliance and portable fire pump performance. In meeting the objective, the Contractor shall fulfil the obligations and implement the requirements described below, which shall include but not limited to the following features/Units.
(a) Mitsubishi L200 Rapid Intervention Vehicle with an onboard Vanguard Generator /Rosenbauer High-Pressure System Pump.
(b) Mercedes Benz AXDR 3328 (20,000 Litres capacity water tanker) with an onboard Varisco Power Take Off-pump.
(c) MAN TGS 33.360 Triple Agent Fire Truck with an onboard Diesel foam Generator/Rosenbauer electronic Power Take Off-Pump.
(d) Mercedes Benz ACTROSS 4141 P56 Hydraulic Platform Turn Table Ladder with onboard Rosenbauer electric generator, emergency petrol generator & Electric motor
(e) Phoenix D-600 Generator with an onboard portable pump.
(f) C.E.T Volkswagen Generator (PFP-46HPVW-2D) with an onboard portable fire pump.
(2.1) Physical/diagnostic inspection of the fire trucks and portable pumps/generators to form a baseline assessment of their present state.
(2.2) Corrective and preventive maintenance/repairs and replacement of parts and components.
(2.3) Resolution of mechanical, electrical/electronic, instrument and software/programming & computer-based systems faults.
(2.4) Routine servicing.
(2.5) Resolution of all other faults (s) that may hinder the performance of the trucks.
(2.6) Procurement & Supply of spares.
The successful bidder will also be required to train end users/owners’ operating personnel as well as provide a two-year maintenance service guarantee.

You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please . Not a Member? Join Us

ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS)-

INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE SERVICES OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS FOR ECOWAS INSTITUTIONS

NOTICE OF INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE SERVICES OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS FOR ECOWAS INSTITUTIONS
DATE : 01 JUN 2021 – 22 JUL 2021
VENUE : ABUJA, NIGERIA,
TOWN : ABUJA
COUNTRY : NIGERIA

LOCAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING
Date of publication: 01 June 2021
NOTICE OF INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE SERVICES OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS FOR ECOWAS INSTITUTIONS.

REoI-Insurance Underwriters-2021

1. The ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS) is a sub-regional multilateral organization created on 28 May 1975 and composed of fifteen (15) Member States. ECOWAS
currently maintains Staff benefit Insurance policies for all Staff members of its five Institutions and Agencies and Asset policies for three of its Institutions domiciled in Nigeria. Article 48 of
the ECOWAS Staff Regulations makes it compulsory for all Institutions and agencies to subscribe to an Accident and Group Life insurance policy.

2. ECOWAS wishes to engage the services of underwriters with specific expertise, proven track records and experience to handle its Insurances. ECOWAS is seeking written proposals from
underwriters’ firms to provide Insurance services that include but not limited to risk handling, Insurance placement and servicing, risk exposure analysis, as well as general Insurance
advisory services and claims assistance. The selected underwriters’ firms will work directly with ECOWAS Administration on insurance coverages, renewals and claims administration.

3. The scope of work of the underwriters shall include but not limited to providing insurance
cover on:
✓ Group Life & Group Personal Accident
✓ Industrial All Risks Insurance
✓ Motor Vehicle Insurance

4. The Department of General Administration & Conference of the ECOWAS Commission
thereby requests from eligible companies to indicate their interest in providing these services.
Interested companies must provide the following information showing that they are qualified
to perform the services:

You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please . Not a Member? Join Us

ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS)-

INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE SERVICES OF INSURANCE BROKERS OF ECOWAS INSTITUTIONS

NOTICE OF INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE SERVICES OF INSURANCE BROKERS OF ECOWAS INSTITUTIONS.

DATE : 01 JUN 2021 – 22 JUL 2021
VENUE : ABUJA, NIGERIA,
TOWN : ABUJA
COUNTRY : NIGERIA

LOCAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING
Date of publication: 01 June 2021

REoI-Insurance Brokers-2021

1. The ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS) is a sub-regional multilateral organization created on 28 May 1975 and composed of fifteen (15) Member States. ECOWAS
currently maintains Staff benefit Insurance policies for all Staff members of its five Institutions and Agencies and Asset policies for three of its Institutions domiciled in Nigeria. Article 48 of
the ECOWAS Staff Regulations makes it compulsory for all Institutions and agencies to subscribe to an Accident and Group Life insurance policy.

2. ECOWAS wishes to engage the services of brokers with specific expertise, proven track records and experience to handle its Insurances. ECOWAS is seeking written proposals from
brokerage firms to provide Insurance services that include but not limited to risk handling, Insurance placement and servicing, risk exposure analysis, as well as general Insurance advisory services and claims assistance. The selected brokerage firms will work directly with ECOWAS Administration on insurance coverages, renewals and claims administration.

You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please . Not a Member? Join Us

Password reset link will be sent to your email