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  • 1. TENDERS DOCUMENT Ar. Wilson Y.S. Liew Director of Architect Works
  • 2. INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS 1. SCOPE OF WORK The work consists of the supply of all labor, material, equipment and supervision Necessary to complete the work shown, or described by, or reasonably inferred from These contract documents. Without limiting the qualifications of the foregoing the work Works 2.GENERAL CONDITIONS, STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS All work shall be carried out in accordance with the current Selangor Province Standards Specifications and Drawings as adopted by the Works, and the current Works Supplemental Specifications and Drawings. The current General Conditions apply to this contract and will be included in the legal documents. 3.SOILS REPORTS These reports are prepared for design purposes, and when provided to the bidders are for information only. Contractors bidding on or undertaking the works, must rely on their own investigation and interpretation of this information, and draw their own conclusions as to how this information will affect their bidding and construction techniques. 4.SUBSTITUTIONS Where, pursuant to the contract documents, the Contractor is required to supply an article or group of related articles designated by trade or supplier’s name followed by the words “or approved equal” or similar such terminology, the tender shall be based only upon supplying the article or group of articles so designated, which shall be regarded as the standard of quality required by the specifications. No ruling on a proposed substitution and “approved equal” will be made prior to acceptance of a tender. No substitutions shall be made without the prior approval of the General Manager. No tender price shall be based on a presumed acceptance by the General Manager, of a substitute item of supply. 5.TENDER INFORMATION MEETING MANDATORY Tenderers are invited to attend a Mandatory Tender Information Meeting in Committee Room 2 Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya, Persiaran Perpaduan, Jalan USJ 5, 47610 Subang Jaya, Selangor, at 2:00pm local time on 24th July 2013 The purpose of the meeting is to provide additional information, if required, and to answer questions concerning the project and contract documents. All Tenderers are urged to attend the Mandatory Tender Information Meeting. Any new information or project changes given at the meeting will be covered by an Addendum to the Contract which will be issued prior to the tender closing date. .
  • 3. 6.ADDENDA Tenderers may, during the tendering period, be advised by addenda of required additions to, deletions from, or alterations in the requirements of the tender documents. All Addenda shall be posted on the Works’s website. Addenda will be issued under the following circumstances: a) Interpretation of tender documents as a result of queries from prospective bidders; b) Revision, deletions, additions or substitutions of any portion of tender documents. All such changes as addressed in the addenda shall become an integral part of the tender documents and shall be allowed for in arriving at the tender price. Oral instructions shall not be considered valid unless they are confirmed in writing by the General Manager. 7.PREQUALIFICATION If a Tenderer has not prequalified by the Annual Prequalification Procedure then the procedure outlined in this section shall be followed. There will be no Annual Prequalification for work pertaining to Water Plants, Wastewater Plants, Bridges and Environmental projects. These contracts will haveprequalification at the time of tendering. [When tendering Sewer, Water and/or Road Projects] Tenderers must submit the following documents, prior to the specified deadline for application for prequalification: 8.TENDER CONFIDENTIALITY The Works of Greater Sudbury will consider all tenders as confidential, subject to the provisions set out in the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The names of the Tenderers and the total amount of the tenders will be made available to the public. However, unit prices will notbe made available to the public. 9.TENDER DEPOSIT, PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE Each tender must be accompanied by one of the following alternatives: A) A tender deposit in the form of a certified cheque or Letter of Credit in the amount of RM(5% of estimate). The Tenderer must also provide an Agreement to Bond from a Bonding Company whereby the Bonding Company agrees to provide a 100 percent Performance Bond, in a form acceptable to the Works Solicitor. An Agreement to Bond for any previous tender, or a Performance Bond from any previous contract is not an acceptable alternative to the Agreement to Bond requested. B) A tender deposit in the form of a Bid Bond in the amount of RM(15% of estimate).The Tenderer must also provide an Agreement to Bond from a Bonding Company whereby the Bonding Company agrees to provide a 100 percent Performance Bond, in a form acceptable to the Works Solicitor. An Agreement to Bond for any previous tender, or a Performance Bond from any previous contract is not an acceptable alternative to the Agreement to Bond requested.
  • 4. 10.GOVERNMENT TAXES The following government tax requirements are summarized only and full particulars are contained in Section 108 -10 of the GENERAL CONDITIONS which shall in cases prevail. a)Gasoline and Fuel Taxes The Contractor shall pay all taxesunder the Gasoline Tax Act and the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act on gasoline and diesel fuel used by him in the performance of the contract. b)Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) Applicable HST shall not be included in the unit prices tendered. HST shall be added at the end of the Schedule of Unit Prices to arrive at the Total Contract Price. c)Changes to Government Taxes Where a change in Canadian Federal or Provincial taxes occur after the Tender Closing Date for this contract, and this change could not have been anticipated at the time of bidding, the Works will increase or decrease contract payments to account for the exact amount of tax change involved. 11.WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURES A bidder may request that his or her submitted tender be withdrawn, up until the closing time for a particular contract . Withdrawals can only be made in person and the bidder wishing to withdraw from a particular tender must attend at the Purchasing Agent’s office and execute an appropriate withdrawal form, signed by a principal of the bidder, or provide a letter from thebidder, signed by a principal, withdrawing the tender. The Agent and Treasurer together shall then open the Tender Box, retrieve the withdrawn Tender, and hand it back unopened to the bidder. The completed withdrawal form, specific to the time of return, shall then be signed by the Agent and Treasurer, placed into the Tender Box and the Tender Box relocked. The withdrawal of a tender does not disqualify a bidder from submitting another tender for the same contract provided that all of the tender procedures are observed and the new bid is deposited in the tender box prior to the terminal time for closure. However, unless withdrawal procedures have been followed, more than one tender from the same bidder will result in the disqualification of the bidder. The Bid Deposit shall be forfeited to the Corporation when a bidder attempts to withdraw his or her tender after tenders have been opened, in addition to any consequence or legal penalty that may apply.Occasionally, there may be more than one contract opened at the same tender opening. Immediately following the reading of tenders for any contract, the low Tenderer for that contract may withdraw upon written request signed by a principal of the company, any or all of his remaining tenders for the balance of tenders yet to be opened and read, and these will be returned, unopened, immediately to the Tenderer. Any such withdrawal(s) will not be reinstated under any circumstances, even if subsequent checking proves that tenders not withdrawn are in fact n ot the lowest of all tenders read.
  • 5. 12. VALIDITY OF TENDERS SCHEDULE "C" to By-Law 2006-270 of the Works of Greater Sudbury IRREGULARITY RESPONSE 1 Late Bid. Automatic rejection and not opened or read publicly. 2 Unsealed Envelope. Automatic rejection. 3 No Bid Security or agreement to bond or insufficient Bid Deposit or agreement to bond. Automatic rejection. 4 Bids completed and/or signed in erasable medium. Automatic rejection. 5 All required sections of Bid documents not completed. Automatic rejection unless, in the consensual opinion of the Agent, General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor, the incomplete nature is trivial or insignificant. 6 Qualified Bids (Bids qualified or restricted by an attached statement). Automatic rejection unless, in the consensual opinion of the Agent, General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor, the qualification or restriction is trivial or not significant. 7 Bids received on documents other than those provided or specified by the Works. Automatic rejection. 8 Bids Containing Clerical Errors, which are trivial or insignificant.48 hours to correct and initial errors. The determination of what constitutes trivial or insignificant errors shall be made in the consensual opinion of the Agent, General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor 9 Failure to execute Agreement to Bond (Surety's Consent) or Bonding company corporate seal or signature missing from Agreement to Bond. Automatic rejection. 10 (a)Failure to execute Bid Bond by Bidder and Bonding Company. Automatic rejection. (b)Corporate seal of the Bidder and Bonding Company, missing.48 hours to correct.11Documents -Execution (a) Corporate seal or signature missing; signatory's authority to bind the corporation or signature missing. 48 hours to rectify situation. (b) Corporate seal and signature missing; signatory's authority to bind the corporation and signature missing. Automatic rejection.
  • 6. 12 Erasures, Overwriting or Strike-Outs which are not initialed: (a) uninstalled changes to the Tender documents, other than unit prices, which are trivial or not significant; 48 hours to initial. The determination of what constitutes trivial or insignificant uninitialled changes shall be made in the consensual opinion of the Agent. General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor. (b) unit prices in the Schedule of Prices have been changed but not initialed and the Contract totals are consistent with the price as changed; 48 hours to initial change in unit price. The determination of what constitutes trivial or insignificant uninitialled changes shall be made in the consensual opinion of the Agent, General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor. (c) unit prices in the Schedule of Prices which have been changed but not initialed and the Contract totals are inconsistent with the price as changed; Automatic rejection. 13 Mathematical errors which are not consistent with unit prices. 48 hours to initial corrections as made by the Supplies and Services Division. 14 Bids, in which all necessary Addenda, which have financial implication, have not been acknowledged. Automatic rejection. 15 Any other irregularities. The Agent, General Manager in charge of the Bid Solicitation and the Works Solicitor acting in consensus shall have authority to waive other irregularities or grant 48 hours to initial such other irregularities, which they jointly consider to be trivial or insignificant. 13. ACCEPTANCE OF TENDER AND EXECUTION OF CONTRACT The Tenderer agrees that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Contract, that a maximum of sixty days shall be allowed between the date that tenders are opened and the date that a tender is awarded, cancelled, or recalled. Following contract award, the Corporation shall notify the successful Tenderer that his tender has been accepted. The formal contract agreement will also be sent to the successful Tenderer, with instructions on how to properly complete and sign the document. The successful Tenderer is to be allowed not more than Fourteen (14) days from receipt of the document for the execution of the contract document. Failure to execute the contract documents or to provide the necessary guarantees, insurance, etc. within the specified time may result in the forfeiture of the Tender Deposit. 14.RIGHT OF WORKS The Works reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. The Works shall not accept any inconsistency in the Unit Prices bid for the various items. The Works reserves the right to delete any portion or part of the work outlined and the bidder agrees to such cancellation without any claim whatsoever because of such cancellation. 15. CONTRACT AWARD The Contract award is subject to receipt of . Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 19. WORKPLACE SAFETY AND INSURANCE BOARD Tenderers should submit a current Clearance Certificatefrom Workplace Safety and
  • 7. Insurance Board with their tender submission orthe successful Tenderer shall be required to provide a current Clearance Certificatefrom the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board stating that the company is in good standing with the Board, prior to the signing of the contract documents by the Works. In addition, the successful Tenderer shall be required to provide a current Clearance Certificateto Construction Services for the payment of monthly progress certificates. Progress payment shall not be issued without a current Clearance Certificate. This also applies to any other payment. ACCESSIBILITY The Works is committed to the accessibility principles of preventing and removing barriers in accessing goods and services for people with disabilities and is bound by the Standards under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 as may be amended from time to time. Regulations enacted under the Act apply to every designated public sector organization and other third parties that provide goods and services to the members of the public. The consultant/contractor, and all sub-contractors hired by the consultant/contractor in the completion of its work, will meet or exceed compliance with all applicable regulations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 as may be amended from time to time. It is the consultant/contractor’s responsibility to ensure they are fully aware of, and meet all requirements under the Act.

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