Department of Human Settlements
INVITATION TO BID: DELFT SYMPHONY PRECINCT 3 AND 5 HOUSING PROJECT
TENDER NO.: HS 10/2012/2013, HS 11/2012/2013, HS 12/2012/2013
The Department of Human Settlements invites 3 separate tenders for the construction of housing units at Delft Precincts 3A, 3B and 5.
The contracts comprise the development and construction of the following: Precinct 5 (HS 10/2012/2013): • 890 Breaking New Ground (BNG) residential units comprising 146 single storey units (40 m²) and 744 double storey units (42 m²) incorporating non-standardised construction • 40 FLISP single storey residential units (min 40 m²) incorporating non-standardised construction. Precinct 3A (HS11/2012/2013): • 620 Breaking New Ground (BNG) residential units comprising 24 single storey units (40 m²) and 596 double storey units (42 m²) incorporating nonstandardised construction. Precinct 3B (HS 12/2012/2013): • 587 Breaking New Ground (BNG) residential units comprising 28 single storey units (40 m²) and 559 double storey units (42 m²) incorporating non-standardised construction.
Augmentation of services for the above housing units: the housing units will be for approved beneficiaries in accordance with the National Housing Subsidy. The project will be funded by the Department of Human Settlements Provincial Housing Subsidy Scheme.
Non-standardised construction refers to any form of home construction which utilises sub-structure, super-structure, roof assembly and/or building systems which are not fully covered by existing SANS 10400 building standards and specifications or codes of practice and/or which are not described or referred to in the deemed-to-satisfy rules of the National Building Regulations.
Only accredited (Agrément/NHBRC rational design approved) systems with valid certificates and registered contractors will qualify.
A tenderer, their sub-contractor, or whoever is implementing the Top Structure Works, is required to be NHBRC registered (registered by tender closing date and certificate submitted with tender).
Tenderers must be registered and verified on the Western Cape Supplier Database.
Tenderers who are not registered and verified on the Western Cape Supplier Database are not precluded from submitting tenders and quotations, but must be registered and verified before the closing date of the tender. Contracts will not be concluded with bidders who are not registered and verified on the Western Cape Supplier Database.
Preferences are offered to tenderers for Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) in terms of the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011.
The physical address for collection of tender documents is: The PGWC: Department of Human Settlements, 6th Floor, 27 Wale Street, Cape Town. Documents may be collected during working hours between 08:00 - 12:30 and 13:00 - 15:30 from Ms N Stemela, tel: 021 483-4390 and Ms C Geduld, tel: 021 483-3493, 6th floor, Department of Human Settlements, 27 Wale Street, Cape Town 8001 from 27 July 2012. A non-refundable document fee of R250 is payable to the Provincial Department of Human Settlements, at the casher’s office situated on the ground floor, 27 Wale Street, Cape Town, prior to the collection of the tender documents.
Queries relating to technical information may be addressed to: Mr C Flanagan, tel: 043 721-1321, e-mail: [email protected]
A compulsory site clarification meeting with representatives of the Employer will take place on the corner of Silversands Road and Symphony Way, Delft: 33°57’55” S 18°37’32” E at 11:00 on 13 August 2012.
The Tenderer for each contract, their building sub-contractor or whoever is implementing the Top Structure Works, is required to be registered with the CIDB with a minimum 8GB or 7GB PE grading. The electrical sub-contractor or whoever is implementing the electrical works is required to be registered with the CIDB with a minimum 7 EP grading (registered by tender closing date and certificate submitted with the tender).
The closing time and date for receipt of tenders is 11:00 on 31 August 2012. The physical address for the closing of tenders is the Ground Floor of PGWC: Department of Human Settlements, 27 Wale Street, Cape Town. Telegraphic, telephonic, telex, facsimile, e-mail and late tenders will not be accepted. Tenders may only be submitted on the tender documentation that has been issued. Requirements for sealing, addressing, delivery, opening and assessment of tenders are stated in the Tender Data.