Republic of Zambia

CONTRACT TITLE:Construction of the National Medicines Quality Control Laboratory (NMQCL) and Office Complex for the Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA)

Location: Lusaka, Zambia

Publication reference: EuropeAid/137762/IH/WKS/MULTI

The National Authorising Office of the European Development Fund (Contracting Authority) intends to award a works contract for the construction of the National Medicines Quality Control Laboratory (NMQCL) – ISO 17025 standard - and an office complex in Lusaka, Zambia with financial assistance from the Health Systems Strengthening Programme (10th EDF). The complete tender dossier is available for inspection and can also be purchased at ZMW 1,000.00 or EUR 100.00 at the following address:

The National Authorising Officer (NAO) of the European Development Fund

Ministry of Finance 

Central Statistical Office Premises 

Corner of Nationalist/John Mbita Roads 

P.O. Box 50376 

Lusaka, Zambia 

Attention: Team Leader 

Email: [email protected] 

Fax: +260 211 250158 

Telephone: +260 211 250828 / 250874.

The full tender is also available on the following EuropeAid website:

Possible additional information or clarifications/questions shall be published on the same web address.

An optional information meeting and site visit will be convened on Tuesday, 2 August 2016 at 09:00hrs Zambian Time at the NAO Conference Room. The site visit will take place at the identified site for the construction of the laboratory/offices on Tuesday, 2 August 2016 at 12:00hrs Zambian time. Participation has to be confirmed to above mentioned email.

The deadline for submission of tender(s) is Thursday, 6 October 2016 at 1000hrs Zambian Time.

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