Electrification Construction of 18 Housing Stands in Hanover: Internal Mv,lv & Sc Layout Within Emthanjeni Municipality

Tender Summary:

12/2021

See details below or the tender documentation

2021-02-02 12:00

Construction and Building Services, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Services

De Aar, Northern Cape

Emthanjeni Local Municipality

Emthanjeni Local Municipality Tenders

Bid Number:12/2021
Bid Description:Electrification Construction of 18 Housing Stands in Hanover: Internal MV,LV & SC Layout within Emthanjeni Municipality
Name of Institution: Emthanjeni Local Municipality
Place where goods, works or services are required: 45 Voortrekker Rd, De Aar,7000
 


Date Published:  12 January 2021
Closing Date / Time: 02 February 2021 at 12:00pm
Enquiries:
Contact Person: Mr Enslin Bresies
Email:
Telephone number: 053 631 9100/ 072 385 0871
FAX Number:


Where bid documents can be obtained: 45 Voortrekker Rd, De Aar,7000
Website:e-Portal
Physical Address:
45 Voortrekker Rd, De Aar,7000
Where bids should be delivered:
Physical Address:45 Voortrekker Rd, De Aar,7000


Briefing Session
A compulsory / Optional briefing session will be held on:
Date:
Time:
Venue:


Special Conditions:


 



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Tender 12/2021 ELECTRIFICATION OF 18 STANDS IN HANOVER
EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY
TENDER DOCUMENT 12 OF 2021
TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR:
ELECTRIFICATION CONSTRUCTION OF 18 HOUSING STANDS IN
HANOVER: INTERNAL MV, LV & SC LAYOUT WITHIN EMTHANJENI
MUNICIPALITY
EXTENDED CLOSING DATE:
2 February 2021
CLOSING TIME: 12H00
ENQUIRIES: Mr. Enslin Bressies
45 Voortrekker Street, De Aar, 7000
(053) 632 9100
NAME OF BIDDING COMPANY: ……………………..…………..………..……………..
CONTACT PERSON (FULL NAMES):
……………………..…………..…..…………………..
TEL NO: ( …....) ……………………….
CELL: ……………………………….…………….
TENDER AMOUNT:
……………………..…………..…………………..
SIGNATURE OF TENDERER:
……………………..…………...…………………..
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INDEX
NO.
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
T9
T10
T11
T12
T13
T14
T15
T16
T17
T18
T19
T20
T21
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
DESCRIPTION
Advertisement
Invitation to Bid
Details of Tenderer
Details of Tendering Entity’s Bank
Resolution taken by the Board of Directors / Members / Partners
Check List
General Conditions of Contract
Specific Conditions of Contract
Schedule 1: Declaration of Interest (MBD 4)
Schedule 2: Preference Points Claim Form (MBD 6.1)
Schedule 3: Certificate for Municipal Services (MBD10)
Schedule 4: Declaration of Bidder’s Past Supply Chain Management Practices
(MBD8)
Schedule 5 : Certificate of Independent Bid Determination (MBD9)
Schedule 6 : Schedule of Plant
Schedule 7 : Schedule of Staff and Labour
Schedule 8 : Schedule of Experience of Contractor
Schedule 9 : Schedule of Current Workload
Schedule 10 : Schedule of Proposed Subcontractors
Schedule 11 : Registration as Electrical Contractor
Schedule 12 : Company Profile
Schedule 13 : CSD
The Tender Offer
Perfomace Bond
Pricing Instructions
Price List
Schedule of Delivery Dates
Schedule of Variation Rates for Day Work
Technical Schedules
Scope of Works
Site Information
Addendum A
Addendum B
Addendum C
Addendum D
Addendum E
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9 – 19
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EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY / EMTHANJENI MUNISIPALITEIT
TENDER NO. 12 of 2021 / TENDER NR. 12 VAN 2021
Tenders are hereby invited from:
TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE
PROVIDER FOR THE ELECTRIFICATION OF 18 HOUSING STANDS
IN HANOVER: INTERNAL MV, LV & SC LAYOUT WITHIN
EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY.
Completed tenders in a sealed envelope, clearly marked:
Tender No. 12/2021 – The appointment of a service provider for the
electrification of 18 housing stands in hanover: internal mv, lv & sc layout
within Emthanjeni municipality.
Tender documents must be placed in the tender box at the EMTHANJENI
Municipality on the First Floor, Directorate:
Corporate, Community and
Development Services, 45 Voortrekker Street, De Aar, 7000 by no later than 12:00
on 2 February 2021. Tenders will be opened on the same day in the Committee
Room at 12:05. Late or unmarked tenders will not be considered. Hand-delivered
or posted bids are acceptable but tenders received per fax or e-mail will NOT
be accepted.
Tenders will be evaluated on 80:20 basis and adjudicated in terms of the
Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (Act 5 of 2000) and the
EMTHANJENI Municipality’s Supply Chain Management Policy.
The tender document contains detailed information and is more explicit on the
evaluation criteria.
For more information, contact Mr Enslin Bresies at (053) 632 9100 or 072 385 0871
The Emthanjeni Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
Isak Visser
Municipal Manager
Emthanjeni Municipality
P.O. Box 42
De Aar
7000
Notice number 58/2020
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T2 - INVITATION TO BID
TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR:
ELECTRIFICATION CONSTRUCTION OF 18 HOUSING STANDS IN
HANOVER: INTERNAL MV, LV & SC LAYOUT WITHIN EMTHANJENI
MUNICIPALITY
BID NUMBER: 12//2021
CLOSING DATE: 2 FEBRUARY 2021
CLOSING TIME: 12:00
BID DOCUMENTS MAY BE POSTED TO
Emthanjeni Municipality
P O Box 42
De AarI
7000
OR DEPOSITED IN THE TENDER BOX
SITUATED AT
Emthanjeni Municipality
45 Voortrekker Street
De Aar
7000
Bidders should ensure that bids are delivered timeously to the correct address. If the bid is
late, it will not be accepted for consideration.
The bid box is open from 7:30 till 16:20, 5 days a week.
Bids must be submitted on the Official Forms and in accordance with the outlines schedules(NOT
TO BE RE-TYPED)
This Bid is subject to the General Conditions of Contract (GCC) and, if applicable, any other
Special Conditions of Contract.
This Bid will be evaluated and Adjudicated according to the following criteria:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Relevant specifications;
Value for money;
Capacity to execute the contract;
PPPFA & associated regulations.
NB: NO BIDS WILL BE CONSIDERED FROM PERSONS IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE,
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OR MUNICIPALITY.
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T3 - DETAILS OF TENDERER
Name of firm / entity / enterprise
Trading as (if different from above)
Postal address
Postal Code _______
Physical address
Contact Details of
Signing the Tender:
the
Person Name: _____________________________________
Telephone: (___) __________ Fax: (___) __________
Cellular Number: _____________________________
E-mail address: _____________________________
Contact Details of the Senior Name: _____________________________________
Manager
Responsible
for
Overseeing
Contract Telephone: (___) __________ Fax: (___) __________
Performance:
Cellular Number: _____________________________
E-mail address: _____________________________
Contact
Details
Responsible for
Invoices:
of
Person Name: _____________________________________
Accounts /
Telephone: (___) __________ Fax: (___) __________
Cellular Number: _____________________________
E-mail address: _____________________________
Company Income Tax Number
VAT Registration Number
Company Registration Number
Any other Registration Applicable to
this Industry
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T4 - DETAILS OF TENDERING ENTITY’S BANK
I/We hereby authorize the Employer/Client to approach all or any of the following bank/s for the
purposes of obtaining a financial reference and must be accompany by Bank Confirmations:
DESCRIPTION OF
BANK DETAIL
BANK DETAILS APPLICABLE TO
TENDERER’S HEAD OFFICE
Name of bank
Branch name
Branch code
Name of Account Holder
Account number
Type of Account
NB: Please enclosed an original bank confirmation letter with the bank stamp in the tender
document.
Signature of Tenderer:___________________________________
Date:
___________________________________
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T5 - THE RESOLUTION TAKEN BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS /
MEMBERS / PARTNERS
RESOLUTION of a meeting of the Board of Directors / Members / Partners of
______________________________________________________________________
NAME OF TENDERER
Held at _______________________________________ on ______________________
(Place)
(Date)
RESOLVED THAT:
1.
The enterprise submits a Tender to the EMTHANJENI Municipality in respect of the following:
TENDER NUMBER: 12/2021
2.
Mr/Mrs/Ms _______________________________________________________
In his/her capacity as _______________________________________________
and who will sign as follows:
__________________________________
(SPECIMAN SIGNATURE)
be, and is hereby, authorized to sign the Tender and any and all other documents and/or
correspondence in connection with and relating to the Tender, as well as to sign any contract, and
or all documentation resulting from the award of the Tender to the enterprise mentioned above.
Note: The resolution must be signed by all the directors or members / partners of the bidding
enterprise. Should the space provided below not be sufficient for all the directors to sign, please
provide a separate sheet in the same format below.
Name
Capacity
Signature
1
2
3
4
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T6 - CHECKLIST
PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE FOLLOWING FORMS HAVE BEEN DULY COMPLETED AND
SIGNED AND THAT ALL DOCUMENTS AS REQUESTED, ARE ATTACHED TO THE TENDER
DOCUMENT:
Authority to Sign a Bid - Is the form duly completed and is a certified copy of the resolution
attached?
Yes
No
MBD 4 (Declaration of Interest) - Is the form duly completed and signed?
Yes
No
MBD 5 – (Declaration for Procurement above R10 Million (VAT Included)
Yes
No
MBD 6.1 (Preference Points claim form for purchases/services) - Is the form duly completed
and signed?
Is a CERTIFIED copy of the B-BBEE Certificate or the original B-BBEE Certificate attached?
Yes
No
MBD 8 (Declaration of Past Supply Chain Practices) - Is the form duly completed and signed?
Yes
No
MBD 9 (Certificate of Independent Bid Determination) - Is the form duly completed and signed?
Yes
No
MBD 10 (Certificate of Payment of Municipal Accounts) - Is the form duly completed and
signed?
Are the Identity numbers, residential addresses and municipal account numbers of ALL
members, partners, directors, etc. provided on the form as requested?
Yes
No
Pricing Schedule - Is the form duly completed and signed?
Yes
No
Yes
No
Declaration by Tenderer - Is the form duly completed and signed?
SIGNATURE
NAME (PRINT)
CAPACITY
DATE
NAME OF FIRM
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EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY PROCUREMENT
T7 - GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
TABLE OF CLAUSES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Definitions
Application
General
Standards
Use of contract documents and information inspection
Patent rights
Performance security
Inspections, tests and analysis
Packing
Delivery and documents
Insurance
Transportation
Incidental services
Spare parts
Warranty
Payment
Prices
Variation orders
Assignment
Subcontracts
Delays in the supplier’s performance
Penalties
Termination for default
Anti-Dumping and countervailing duties and rights
Force Majeure
Termination for insolvency
Settlement of disputes
Limitation of liability
Governing language
Applicable law
Notices
Taxes and duties
Transfer of contracts
Amendment of contracts
Prohibition of restrictive practices
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General Conditions of Contract
1.
Definitions:
1.
The following terms shall be interpreted as indicated:
1.1
“Closing time” means the date and hour specified in the bidding documents for the receipt
of bids.
“Contract” means the written agreement entered into between the purchaser and the
supplier, as recorded in the contract form signed by the parties, including all attachments
and appendices thereto and all documents incorporated by reference therein.
“Contract price” means the price payable to the supplier under the contract for the full and
proper performance of his contractual obligations.
“Corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of any thing of value to
influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution.
"Countervailing duties" are imposed in cases where an enterprise abroad is subsidized by
its government and encouraged to market its products internationally.
“Country of origin” means the place where the goods were mined, grown or produced or
from which the services are supplied. Goods are produced when, through manufacturing,
processing or substantial and major assembly of components, a commercially recognized
new product results that is substantially different in basic characteristics or in purpose or
utility from its components.
“Day” means calendar day.
“Delivery” means delivery in compliance of the conditions of the contract or order.
“Delivery ex stock” means immediate delivery directly from stock actually on hand.
“Delivery into consignees store or to his site” means delivered and unloaded in the
specified store or depot or on the specified site in compliance with the conditions of the
contract or order, the supplier bearing all risks and charges involved until the goods are so
delivered and a valid receipt is obtained.
"Dumping" occurs when a private enterprise abroad market its goods on own initiative in
the RSA at lower prices than that of the country of origin and which have the potential to
harm the local industries in the RSA.
”Force majeure” means an event beyond the control of the supplier and not involving the
supplier’s fault or negligence and not foreseeable. Such events may include, but is not
restricted to, acts of the purchaser in its sovereign capacity, wars or revolutions, fires,
floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.
“Fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a
procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of any bidder, and
includes collusive practice among bidders (prior to or after bid submission) designed to
establish bid prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to deprive the bidder of the
benefits of free and open competition.
“GCC” means the General Conditions of Contract.
“Goods” means all of the equipment, machinery, and/or other materials that the supplier is
required to supply to the purchaser under the contract.
“Imported content” means that portion of the bidding price represented by the cost of
components, parts or materials which have been or are still to be imported (whether by the
supplier or his subcontractors) and which costs are inclusive of the costs abroad, plus
freight and other direct importation costs such as landing costs, dock dues, import duty,
sales duty or other similar tax or duty at the South African place of entry as well as
transportation and handling charges to the factory in the Republic where the goods covered
by the bid will be manufactured.
“Local content” means that portion of the bidding price which is not included in the imported
content provided that local manufacture does take place.
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
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1.18
1.19
1.20
1.21
1.22
1.23
1.24
1.25
1.26
1.27
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“Manufacture” means the production of products in a factory using labour, materials,
components and machinery and includes other related value-adding activities.
“Order” means an official written order issued for the supply of goods or works or the
rendering of a service.
“Project site,” where applicable, means the place indicated in bidding documents.
“Purchaser” means the organization purchasing the goods.
“Republic” means the Republic of South Africa.
“SCC” means the Special Conditions of Contract.
“Services” means those functional services ancillary to the supply of the goods, such as
transportation and any other incidental services, such as installation, commissioning,
provision of technical assistance, training, catering, gardening, security, maintenance and
other such obligations of the supplier covered under the contract.
“Supplier” means the successful bidder who is awarded the contract to maintain and
administer the required and specified service(s) to the State.
“Tort” means in breach of contract.
“Turnkey” means a procurement process where one service provider assumes total
responsibility for all aspects of the project and delivers the full end product / service
required by the contract.
“Written” or “in writing” means hand-written in ink or any form of electronic or mechanical
writing.
2.
Application:
2.1
These general conditions are applicable to all bids, contracts and orders including bids for
functional and professional services (excluding professional services related to the building
and construction industry), sales, hiring, letting and the granting or acquiring of rights, but
excluding immovable property, unless otherwise indicated in the bidding documents.
Where applicable, special conditions of contract are also laid down to cover specific
supplies, services or works.
Where such special conditions of contract are in conflict with these general conditions, the
special conditions shall apply.
2.2
2.3
3.
General:
3.1
Unless otherwise indicated in the bidding documents, the purchaser shall not be liable for
any expense incurred in the preparation and submission of a bid. Where applicable a nonrefundable fee for documents may be charged.
Invitations to bid are usually published in locally distributed news media and on the
municipality/municipal entity website.
3.2
4.
Standards:
4.1
The goods supplied shall conform to the standards mentioned in the bidding documents
and specifications.
5.
Use of contract documents and information inspection:
5.1
The supplier shall not, without the purchaser’s prior written consent, disclose the contract,
or any provision thereof, or any specification, plan, drawing, pattern, sample, or information
furnished by or on behalf of the purchaser in connection therewith, to any person other than
a person employed by the provider in the performance of the contract. Disclosure to any
such employed person shall be made
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5.2
5.3
5.4
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in confidence and shall extend only so far as may be necessary for purposes of such
performance.
The supplier shall not, without the purchaser’s prior written consent, make use of any
document or information mentioned in GCC clause 5.1 except for purposes of performing
the contract.
Any document, other than the contract itself mentioned in GCC clause 5.1 shall remain the
property of the purchaser and shall be returned (all copies) to the purchaser on completion
of the provider’s performance under the contract if so required by the purchaser.
The supplier shall permit the purchaser to inspect the supplier’s records relating to the
performance of the supplier and to have them audited by auditors appointed by the
purchaser, if so required by the purchaser.
6.
Patent rights:
6.1
The provider shall indemnify the purchaser against all third-party claims of infringement of
patent, trademark, or industrial design rights arising from use of the goods or any part
thereof by the purchaser.
When a supplier developed documentation / projects for the municipality or municipal entity,
the intellectual, copy and patent rights or ownership of such documents or projects will vest
in the municipality or municipal entity.
6.2
7.
Performance security:
7.1
Within thirty (30) days of receipt of the notification of contract award, the successful bidder
shall furnish to the purchaser the performance security of the amount specified in SCC.
The proceeds of the performance security shall be payable to the purchaser as
compensation for any loss resulting from the supplier’s failure to complete his obligations
under the contract.
The performance security shall be denominated in the currency of the contract, or in a
freely convertible currency acceptable to the purchaser and shall be in one of the following
forms:
(a) a bank guarantee or an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a reputable bank located
in the purchaser’s country or abroad, acceptable to the purchaser, in the form
provided in the bidding documents or another form acceptable to the purchaser; or
(b) a cashier’s or certified cheque.
The performance security will be discharged by the purchaser and returned to the provider
not later than thirty (30) days following the date of completion of the supplier’s performance
obligations under the contract, including any warranty obligations, unless otherwise
specified.
7.2
7.3
7.4
8.
Inspections, tests and analyses:
8.1
8.2
All pre-bidding testing will be for the account of the bidder.
If it is a bid condition that goods to be produced or services to be rendered should at any
stage be subject to inspections, test and analyses, the bidder or contractor’s premises shall
be open, at all reasonable hours, for inspection by a representative of the purchaser or an
organization acting on behalf of the purchaser.
If there are no inspection requirements indicated in the bidding documents and no mention
is made in the contract, but during the contract period it is decided that inspections shall be
carried out, the purchaser shall itself make the necessary arrangements, including payment
arrangements with the testing authority concerned.
8.3
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8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
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If the inspections, tests and analyses referred to in clauses 8.2 and 8.3 show the goods to
be in accordance with the contract requirements, the cost of the inspections, tests and
analyses shall be defrayed by the purchaser.
Where the goods or services referred to in clauses 8.2 and 8.3 do not comply with the
contract requirements, irrespective of whether such goods or services are accepted or not,
the cost in connection with these inspections, tests or analyses shall be defrayed by the
supplier.
Goods and services which are referred to in clauses 8.2 and 8.3 and which do not comply
with the contract requirements may be rejected.
Any contract goods may on or after delivery be inspected, tested or analysed and may be
rejected if found not to comply with the requirements of the contract. Such rejected goods
shall be held at the cost and risk of the supplier who shall, when called upon, remove them
immediately at his own cost and forthwith substitute them with goods which do comply with
the requirements of the contract. Failing such removal the rejected goods shall be returned
at the suppliers cost and risk. Should the supplier fail to provide the substitute goods
forthwith, the purchaser may, without giving the supplier further opportunity to substitute the
rejected goods, purchase such goods as may be necessary at the expense of the supplier.
The provisions of clauses 8.4 to 8.7 shall not prejudice the right of the purchaser to cancel
the contract on account of a breach of the conditions thereof, or to act in terms of Clause 23
of GCC.
9.
Packing:
9.1
The supplier shall provide such packing of the goods as is required to prevent their damage
or deterioration during transit to their final destination, as indicated in the contract. The
packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation, rough handling during transit and
exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation during transit, and open storage.
Packing, case size and weights shall take into consideration, where appropriate, the
remoteness of the goods’ final destination and the absence of heavy handling facilities at all
points in transit.
The packing, marking, and documentation within and outside the packages shall comply
strictly with such special requirements as shall be expressly provided for in the contract,
including additional requirements, if any, and in any subsequent instructions ordered by the
purchaser.
9.2
10.
Delivery and documents:
10.1
Delivery of the goods and arrangements for shipping and clearance obligations shall be
made by the supplier in accordance with the terms specified in the contract.
11.
Insurance:
11.1
The goods supplied under the contract shall be fully insured in a freely convertible currency
against loss or damage incidental to manufacture or acquisition, transportation, storage and
delivery in the manner specified.
12.
Transportation:
12.1
Should a price other than an all-inclusive delivered price be required, this shall be specified.
13.
Incidental services:
13.1
The supplier may be required to provide any or all of the following services, including
additional services, if any:
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(a)
13.2
performance or supervision of on-site assembly and/or
commissioning of the
supplied goods;
(b)
furnishing of tools required for assembly and/or maintenance of the supplied goods;
(c)
furnishing of a detailed operations and maintenance manual for each appropriate
unit of the supplied goods;
(d)
performance or supervision or maintenance and/or repair of the supplied goods, for
a period of time agreed by the parties, provided that this service shall not relieve the
supplier of any warranty obligations under this contract; and
(e)
training of the purchaser’s personnel, at the supplier’s plant and/or on-site, in
assembly, start-up, operation,
maintenance, and/or repair of the supplied
goods.
Prices charged by the supplier for incidental services, if not included in the contract price for
the goods, shall be agreed upon in advance by the parties and shall not exceed the
prevailing rates charged to other parties by the provider for similar services.
14.
Spare parts:
14.1
As specified, the supplier may be required to provide any or all of the following materials,
notifications, and information pertaining to spare parts manufactured or distributed by the
supplier:
(a)
such spare parts as the purchaser may elect to purchase from the supplier,
provided that this election shall not relieve the supplier of any warranty obligations
under the contract; and
(b)
in the event of termination of production of the spare parts:
(i)
advance notification to the purchaser of the pending termination, in sufficient
time to permit the purchaser to procure needed requirements; and
(ii) following such termination, furnishing at no cost to the purchaser, the
blueprints, drawings, and specifications of the spare parts, if requested.
15.
Warranty:
15.1
The supplier warrants that the goods supplied under the contract are new, unused, of the
most recent or current models, and that they incorporate all recent improvements in design
and materials unless provided otherwise in the contract. The supplier further warrants that
all goods supplied under this contract shall have no defect, arising from design, materials,
or workmanship (except when the design and/or material is required by the purchaser’s
specifications) or from any act or omission of the supplier, that may develop under normal
use of the supplied goods in the conditions prevailing in the country of final destination.
This warranty shall remain valid for twelve (12) months after the goods, or any portion
thereof as the case may be, have been delivered to and accepted at the final destination
indicated in the contract, or for eighteen (18) months after the date of shipment from the
port or place of loading in the source country, whichever period concludes earlier, unless
specified otherwise.
The purchaser shall promptly notify the supplier in writing of any claims arising under this
warranty.
Upon receipt of such notice, the supplier shall, within the period specified and with all
reasonable speed, repair or replace the defective goods or parts thereof, without costs to
the purchaser.
If the supplier, having been notified, fails to remedy the defect(s) within the period specified,
the purchaser may proceed to take such remedial action as may be
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
necessary, at the supplier’s risk and expense and without prejudice to any other rights
which the purchaser may have against the supplier under the contract.
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16.
Payment:
16.1
16.4
The method and conditions of payment to be made to the supplier under this contract shall
be specified.
The supplier shall furnish the purchaser with an invoice accompanied by a copy of the
delivery note and upon fulfillment of other obligations stipulated in the contract.
Payments shall be made promptly by the purchaser, but in no case later than thirty (30)
days after submission of an invoice or claim by the supplier.
Payment will be made in Rand unless otherwise stipulated.
17.
Prices:
17.1
Prices charged by the supplier for goods delivered and services performed under the
contract shall not vary from the prices quoted by the provider in his bid, with the exception
of any price adjustments authorized or in the purchaser’s request for bid validity extension,
as the case may be.
18.
Variation orders:
18.1
In cases where the estimated value of the envisaged changes in purchase does not exceed
15% of the total value of the original contract, the contractor may be instructed to deliver
the goods or render the services as such. In cases of measurable quantities, the contractor
may be approached to reduce the unit price, and such offers may be accepted provided
that there is no escalation in price.
19.
Assignment:
19.1
The supplier shall not assign, in whole or in part, its obligations to perform under the
contract, except with the purchaser’s prior written consent.
20.
Subcontracts:
20.1
The supplier shall notify the purchaser in writing of all subcontracts awarded under these
contracts if not already specified in the bid. Such notification, in the original bid or later,
shall not relieve the supplier from any liability or obligation under the contract.
21.
Delays in the Supplier’s Performance:
21.1
Delivery of the goods and performance of services shall be made by the supplier in
accordance with the time schedule prescribed by the purchaser in the contract.
21.2
If at any time during performance of the contract, the supplier or its subcontractor(s) should
encounter conditions impeding timely delivery of the goods and performance of services,
the supplier shall promptly notify the purchaser in writing of the fact of the delay, its likely
duration and its cause(s). As soon as practicable after receipt of the supplier’s notice, the
purchaser shall evaluate the situation and may at his discretion extend the supplier’s time
for performance, with or without the imposition of penalties, in which case the extension
shall be ratified by the parties by amendment of contract.
The right is reserved to procure outside of the contract small quantities or to have minor
essential services executed if an emergency arises, the supplier’s point of supply is not
situated at or near the place where the goods are required, or the supplier’s services are
not readily available.
Except as provided under GCC Clause 25, a delay by the supplier in the performance of its
delivery obligations shall render the supplier liable to the imposition of penalties, pursuant
16.2
16.3
21.3
21.4
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to GCC Clause 22, unless an extension of time is agreed upon pursuant to GCC Clause
22.2 without the application of penalties.
Upon any delay beyond the delivery period in the case of a goods contract, the purchaser
shall, without cancelling the contract, be entitled to purchase supplies of a similar quality
and up to the same quantity in substitution of the goods not supplied in conformity with the
contract and to return any goods delivered later at the supplier’s expense and risk, or to
cancel the contract and buy such goods as may be required to complete the contract and
without prejudice to his other rights, be entitled to claim damages from the supplier.
22.
Penalties:
22.1
Subject to GCC Clause 25, if the supplier fails to deliver any or all of the goods or to
perform the services within the period(s) specified in the contract, the purchaser shall,
without prejudice to its other remedies under the contract, deduct from the contract price,
as a penalty, a sum calculated on the delivered price of the delayed goods or unperformed
services using the current prime interest rate calculated for each day of the delay until
actual delivery or performance. The purchaser may also consider termination of the
contract pursuant to GCC Clause 23.
23.
Termination for default:
23.1
The purchaser, without prejudice to any other remedy for breach of contract, by written
notice of default sent to the supplier, may terminate this contract in whole or in part:
(a)
if the supplier fails to deliver any or all of the goods within the period(s) specified in
the contract, or within any extension thereof granted by the purchaser pursuant to
GCC Clause 21.2;
(b)
if the supplier fails to perform any other obligation(s) under the contract; or
(c)
if the supplier, in the judgement of the purchaser, has engaged in corrupt or
fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing the contract.
In the event the purchaser terminates the contract in whole or in part, the purchaser may
procure, upon such terms and in such manner as it deems appropriate, goods, works or
services similar to those undelivered, and the supplier shall be liable to the purchaser for
any excess costs for such similar goods, works or services. However, the supplier shall
continue performance of the contract to the extent not terminated.
Where the purchaser terminates the contract in whole or in part, the purchaser may decide
to impose a restriction penalty on the supplier by prohibiting such supplier from doing
business with the public sector for a period not exceeding 10 years.
If a purchaser intends imposing a restriction on a supplier or any person associated with the
supplier, the supplier will be allowed a time period of not more than fourteen (14) days to
provide reasons why the envisaged restriction should not be imposed. Should the supplier
fail to respond within the stipulated fourteen (14) days the purchaser may regard the
supplier as having no objection and proceed with the restriction.
Any restriction imposed on any person by the purchaser will, at the discretion of the
purchaser, also be applicable to any other enterprise or any partner, manager, director or
other person who wholly or partly exercises or exercised or may exercise control over the
enterprise of the first-mentioned person, and with which enterprise or person the firstmentioned person, is or was in the opinion of the purchaser actively associated.
If a restriction is imposed, the purchaser must, within five (5) working days of such
imposition, furnish the National Treasury, with the following information:
(i) the name and address of the supplier and / or person restricted by the purchaser;
(ii) the date of commencement of the restriction;
(iii) the period of restriction; and
(iv) the reasons for the restriction.
These details will be loaded in the National Treasury’s central database of suppliers or
persons prohibited from doing business with the public sector.
23.2
23.3
23.4
23.5
23.6
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23.7
If a court of law convicts a person of an offence as contemplated in sections 12 or 13 of the
Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, No 12 of 2004, the court may also rule
that such person’s name be endorsed on the Register for Tender Defaulters. When a
person’s name has been endorsed on the Register, the person will be prohibited from doing
business with the public sector for a period not less than five years and not more than 10
years. The National Treasury is empowered to determine the period of restriction and each
case will be dealt with on its own merits. According to section 32 of the Act the Register
must be open to the public. The Register can be perused on the National Treasury
website.
24.
Anti-Dumping and Counter-Vailing duties and rights:
24.1
When, after the date of bid, provisional payments are required, or anti-dumping or
countervailing duties are imposed, or the amount of a provisional payment or anti-dumping
or countervailing right is increased in respect of any dumped or subsidized import, the State
is not liable for any amount so required or imposed, or for the amount of any such increase.
When, after the said date, such a provisional payment is no longer required or any such
anti-dumping or countervailing right is abolished, or where the amount of such provisional
payment or any such right is reduced, any such favourable difference shall on demand be
paid forthwith by the supplier to the purchaser or the purchaser may deduct such amounts
from moneys (if any) which may otherwise be due to the supplier in regard to supplies or
services which he delivered or rendered, or is to deliver or render in terms of the contract or
any other contract or any other amount which may be due to him.
25.
Force Majeure:
25.1
25.2
Notwithstanding the provisions of GCC Clauses 22 and 23, the supplier shall not be liable
for forfeiture of its performance security, damages, or termination for default if and to the
extent that his delay in performance or other failure to perform his obligations under the
contract is the result of an event of force majeure.
If a force majeure situation arises, the supplier shall promptly notify the purchaser in writing
of such condition and the cause thereof. Unless otherwise directed by the purchaser in
writing, the supplier shall continue to perform its obligations under the contract as far as is
reasonably practical, and shall seek all reasonable alternative means for performance not
prevented by the force majeure event.
26.
Termination for insolvency:
26.1
The purchaser may at any time terminate the contract by giving written notice to the
supplier if the supplier becomes bankrupt or otherwise insolvent. In this event, termination
will be without compensation to the supplier, provided that such termination will not
prejudice or affect any right of action or remedy which has accrued or will accrue thereafter
to the purchaser.
27.
Settlement of disputes:
27.1
If any dispute or difference of any kind whatsoever arises between the purchaser and the
supplier in connection with or arising out of the contract, the parties shall make every effort
to resolve amicably such dispute or difference by mutual consultation.
If, after thirty (30) days, the parties have failed to resolve their dispute or difference by such
mutual consultation, then either the purchaser or the supplier may give notice to the other
party of his intention to commence with mediation. No mediation in respect of this matter
may be commenced unless such notice is given to the other party.
Should it not be possible to settle a dispute by means of mediation, it may be settled in a
South African court of law.
27.2
27.3
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Notwithstanding any reference to mediation and/or court proceedings herein,
(a) the parties shall continue to perform their respective obligations under the contract
unless they otherwise agree; and
(b) the purchaser shall pay the supplier any monies due to the supplier for goods delivered
and / or services rendered according to the prescripts of the contract.
Limitation of liability:
28.1
Except in cases of criminal negligence or willful misconduct, and in the case of infringement
pursuant to Clause 6;
(a) the supplier shall not be liable to the purchaser, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise,
for any indirect or consequential loss or damage, loss of use, loss of production, or loss
of profits or interest costs, provided that this exclusion shall not apply to any obligation
of the supplier to pay penalties and/or damages to the purchaser; and
(b) the aggregate liability of the supplier to the purchaser, whether under the contract, in tort
or otherwise, shall not exceed the total contract price, provided that this limitation shall
not apply to the cost of repairing or replacing defective equipment.
29.
Governing language:
29.1
The contract shall be written in English. All correspondence and other documents
pertaining to the contract that is exchanged by the parties shall also be written in English.
30.
Applicable law:
30.1
The contract shall be interpreted in accordance with South African laws, unless otherwise
specified.
31.
Notices:
31.1
Every written acceptance of a bid shall be posted to the supplier concerned by registered or
certified mail and any other notice to him shall be posted by ordinary mail to the address
furnished in his bid or to the address notified later by him in writing and such posting shall
be deemed to be proper service of such notice.
The time mentioned in the contract documents for performing any act after such aforesaid
notice has been given, shall be reckoned from the date of posting of such notice.
31.2
32.
Taxes and duties:
32.1
A foreign supplier shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, stamp duties, license fees, and
other such levies imposed outside the purchaser’s country.
A local supplier shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, duties, license fees, etc., incurred
until delivery of the contracted goods to the purchaser.
No contract shall be concluded with any bidder whose tax matters are not in order. Prior to
the award of a bid SARS must have certified that the tax matters of the preferred bidder are
in order.
No contract shall be concluded with any bidder whose municipal rates and taxes and
municipal services charges are in arrears.
32.2
32.3
32.4
33.
Transfer of contracts:
33.1
The contractor shall not abandon, transfer, cede assign or sublet a contract or part thereof
without the written permission of the purchaser.
34.
Amendment of contracts:
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34.1
No agreement to amend or vary a contract or order or the conditions, stipulations or
provisions thereof shall be valid and of any force unless such agreement to amend or vary
is entered into in writing and signed by the contracting parties. Any waiver of the
requirement that the agreement to amend or vary shall be in writing, shall also be in writing.
35.
Prohibition of restrictive practices:
35.1
In terms of section 4 (1) (b) (iii) of the Competition Act No. 89 of 1998, as amended, an
agreement between, or concerted practice by, firms, or a decision by an association of
firms, is prohibited if it is between parties in a horizontal relationship and if a bidder(s) is /
are or a contractor(s) was / were involved in collusive bidding.
If a bidder(s) or contractor(s) based on reasonable grounds or evidence obtained by the
purchaser has / have engaged in the restrictive practice referred to above, the purchaser
may refer the matter to the Competition Commission for investigation and possible
imposition of administrative penalties are contemplated in section 59 of the Competition Act
No 89 of 1998.
If a bidder(s) or contractor(s) has / have been found guilty by the Competition Commission
of the restrictive practice referred to above, the purchaser may, in addition and without
prejudice to any other remedy provided for, invalidate the bid(s) for such item(s) offered,
and / or terminate the contract in whole or part, and / or restrict the bidder(s) or
contractor(s) from conducting business with the public sector for a period not exceeding ten
(10) years and / or claim damages from the bidder(s) or contractor(s) concerned.
35.2
35.3
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T8 - SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
1. Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 85 of 1993 (or as amended):
In carrying out his obligation as the mandatory to the Employer for this contract in terms of
Section 37(2) of the Occupational Health & Safety Act No. 85 of 1993, The Contractor ensures
that he complies with the Act when Providing the Works or using Plant, Material s or Equipment.
The Contractor indemnifies the Employer against loss and damage to property, death of or injury
to a person and claims proceedings compensation and costs arising from the Contractor’s
transgression of the Act, except to the extent to the extent that the transgression was caused by
the Employer.
2. Employer’s Right to Sanction a Sub-Contractor
-The Contractor submits the names of each proposed sub-contractor to the Employer for
acceptance.
-The Contractor does not appoint a sub-contractor until the Employer has accepted him.
3. Registration as Electrical Contractor:
The successful tenderer/electrical contractor must be registered as an Electrical Contractor with
the Department of Labour, with the Workmen’s Compensation Commissioner and the
Unemployment Insurance Commissioner to qualify for this contract.
4. CIDB Registration:
The successful tenderer/electrical contractor must be registered, or in the process of registering,
at the CIBD. Contractor grading designation to be 3 EP.
5. Experience:
The successful tenderer/electrical contractor must have successfully completed at least four (4)
similar projects with full reference submitted.
6. Supervision:
The contract shall be supervised on a full time basis by a competent person in terms of the
Occupational Health and Safety Act.
7. Municipal Account
The successful tenderer/electrical contractor’s registered address must have a municipal account
that is in good order and no outstanding amounts older than 30 days.
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HANOVER: INTERNAL MV, LV & SC LAYOUT WITHIN EMTHANJENI
MUNICIPALITY
SCHEDULES
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T9 - SCHEDULE 1
DECLARATION OF INTEREST (MBD4)
MBD 4
DECLARATION OF INTEREST
1.
No bid will be accepted from persons in the service of the state¹.
2.
Any person, having a kinship with persons in the service of the state, including a blood
relationship, may make an offer or offers in terms of this invitation to bid. In view of possible
allegations of favouritism, should the resulting bid, or part thereof, be awarded to persons
connected with or related to persons in service of the state, it is required that the bidder or
their authorised representative declare their position in relation to the evaluating/adjudicating
authority.
3
In order to give effect to the above, the following questionnaire must be completed and
submitted with the bid.
3.1 Full Name of bidder or his or her representative:………………………………………
3.2 Identity Number: …………………………………………………………………………...
3.3 Position occupied in the Company (director, trustee, hareholder²):……………….....
3.4 Company Registration Number: …………………………………………………………
3.5 Tax Reference Number:…………………………………………………………………..
3.6 VAT Registration Number: ………………………………………………………………
3.7 The names of all directors / trustees / shareholders members, their individual identity
numbers and state employee numbers must be indicated in paragraph 4 below.
3.8 Are you presently in the service of the state?
YES / NO
3.8.1 If yes, furnish particulars. ….……………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………..
¹MSCM Regulations: “in the service of the state” means to be –
(a) a member of –
(i)
any municipal council;
(ii) any provincial legislature; or
(iii) the national Assembly or the national Council of provinces;
(b) a member of the board of directors of any municipal entity;
(c) an official of any municipality or municipal entity;
(d) an employee of any national or provincial department, national or provincial public entity or
constitutional institution within the meaning of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act
No.1 of 1999);
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(e) a member of the accounting authority of any national or provincial public entity; or
(f) an employee of Parliament or a provincial legislature.
² Shareholder” means a person who owns shares in the company and is actively involved in the
management of the company or business and exercises control over the company.
3.9
Have you been in the service of the state for the past twelve months? YES / NO
3.9.1 If yes, furnish particulars.………………………...………......………………..
…………………………………………………………………………………
3.10 Do you have any relationship (family, friend, other) with persons
in the service of the state and who may be involved with the evaluation and
or adjudication of this bid? …………………........ YES / NO
3.10.1 If yes, furnish particulars.
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
3.11
Are you, aware of any relationship (family, friend, other) between
any other bidder and any persons in the service of the state who may be involved
with the evaluation and or adjudication of this bid?
YES / NO
3.11.1 If yes, furnish particulars
………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………….……...............................................................
3.12 Are any of the company’s directors, trustees, managers, principle
shareholders or stakeholders in service of the state?
YES / NO
3.12.1 If yes, furnish particulars.
……………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………….
3.13 Are any spouse, child or parent of the company’s directors trustees, managers,
principle shareholders or stakeholders in service
of the state?
YES / NO
3.13.1 If yes, furnish particulars.
……………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………….
3.14 Do you or any of the directors, trustees, managers, principle shareholders, or
stakeholders of this company have any interest in any other related companies or
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business whether or not they are bidding for this contract.
YES / NO
3.14.1 If yes, furnish particulars:
……………………………………………………………………………..
……………………………………………………………………………..
4. Full details of directors / trustees / members / shareholders.
Full Name
Identity Number
State Employee
Number
…………………………………..
Signature
……………………………………..
Date
………………………………….
Capacity
………………………………………
Name of Bidder
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T10 – SCHEDULE 2
PREFERENCE POINTS CLAIM FORM (MBD 6.1)
AND
B-BBEE CERTIFICATE ISSUED
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MBD 6.1
PREFERENCE POINTS CLAIM FORM IN TERMS OF THE PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
REGULATIONS 2017
This preference form must form part of all bids invited. It contains general information and serves
as a claim form for preference points for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE)
Status Level of Contribution
NB:
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM, BIDDERS MUST STUDY THE GENERAL
CONDITIONS, DEFINITIONS AND DIRECTIVES APPLICABLE IN RESPECT OF BBBEE, AS PRESCRIBED IN THE PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS,
2017.
1.
GENERAL CONDITIONS
1.1
The following preference point systems are applicable to all bids:
-
the 80/20 system for requirements with a Rand value of up to R50 000 000 (all
applicable taxes included); and
the 90/10 system for requirements with a Rand value above R50 000 000 (all
applicable taxes included).
1.2
a) The value of this bid is estimated to exceed/not exceed R50 000 000 (all applicable taxes
included) and therefore the ………….. preference point system shall be applicable; or
b) Either the 80/20 or 90/10 preference point system will be applicable to this tender (delete
whichever is not applicable for this tender).
1.3
Points for this bid shall be awarded for:
(a) Price; and
(b) B-BBEE Status Level of Contributor.
1.4
The maximum points for this bid are allocated as follows:
POINTS
PRICE
80
B-BBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTOR
20
Total points for Price and B-BBEE must not
exceed
100
1.5
Failure on the part of a bidder to submit proof of B-BBEE Status level of contributor
together with the bid, will be interpreted to mean that preference points for B-BBEE status
level of contribution are not claimed.
1.6
The purchaser reserves the right to require of a bidder, either before a bid is adjudicated or
at any time subsequently, to substantiate any claim in regard to preferences, in any manner
required by the purchaser.
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DEFINITIONS
(a) “B-BBEE” means broad-based black economic empowerment as defined in section 1
of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act;
(b) “B-BBEE status level of contributor” means the B-BBEE status of an entity in terms
of a code of good practice on black economic empowerment, issued in terms of section
9(1) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act;
(c) “bid” means a written offer in a prescribed or stipulated form in response to an
invitation by an organ of state for the provision of goods or services, through price
quotations, advertised competitive bidding processes or proposals;
(d) “Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act” means the Broad-Based Black
Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003);
(e) “EME” means an Exempted Micro Enterprise in terms of a code of good practice on
black economic empowerment issued in terms of section 9 (1) of the Broad-Based
Black Economic Empowerment Act;
(f) “functionality” means the ability of a tenderer to provide goods or services in
accordance with specifications as set out in the tender documents.
(g) “prices” includes all applicable taxes less all unconditional discounts;
(h) “proof of B-BBEE status level of contributor” means:
B-BBEE Status level certificate issued by an authorized body or person;
1)
A sworn affidavit
as prescribed by the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice;
2)
Any
other
requirement prescribed in terms of the B-BBEE Act;
(i)
“QSE” means a qualifying small business enterprise in terms of a code of good
practice on black economic empowerment issued in terms of section 9 (1) of the
Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act;
(j) “rand value” means the total estimated value of a contract in Rand, calculated at the
time of bid invitation, and includes all applicable taxes;
3.
3.1
POINTS AWARDED FOR PRICE
THE 80/20 OR 90/10 PREFERENCE POINT SYSTEMS
A maximum of 80 or 90 points is allocated for price on the following basis:
80/20
or
90/10
Pt − P min 

Ps = 801 −

P min 

or
Pt − P min 

Ps = 901 −

P min 

Where
Ps
=
Points scored for price of bid under consideration
Pt
=
Price of bid under consideration
Pmin =
Price of lowest acceptable bid
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4.
POINTS AWARDED FOR B-BBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTOR
4.1
In terms of Regulation 6 (2) and 7 (2) of the Preferential Procurement Regulations,
preference points must be awarded to a bidder for attaining the B-BBEE status level of
contribution in accordance with the table below:
5.
5.1
6.
6.1
B-BBEE Status Level of
Contributor
Number of points
Number of points
(90/10 system)
(80/20 system)
1
10
20
2
9
18
3
6
14
4
5
12
5
4
8
6
3
6
7
2
4
8
1
2
Non-compliant
contributor
0
0
BID DECLARATION
Bidders who claim points in respect of B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution must
complete the following:
B-BBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTOR CLAIMED IN TERMS OF PARAGRAPHS
1.4 AND 4.1
B-BBEE Status Level of Contributor:
.
=
………(maximum of 10 or 20 points)
(Points claimed in respect of paragraph 7.1 must be in accordance with the table
reflected in paragraph 4.1 and must be substantiated by relevant proof of B-BBEE status
level of contributor.
7.
7.1
SUB-CONTRACTING
Will any portion of the contract be sub-contracted?
(Tick applicable box)
YES
7.1.1
NO
If yes, indicate:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
What percentage of the contract will be subcontracted............…………….…………%
The name of the sub-contractor…………………………………………………………..
The B-BBEE status level of the sub-contractor......................................……………..
Whether the sub-contractor is an EME or QSE
(Tick applicable box)
YES
NO
v)
Specify, by ticking the appropriate box, if subcontracting with an enterprise in terms
of Preferential Procurement Regulations,2017:
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Designated Group: An EME or QSE which is at last 51% owned
by:
EME
QSE


Black people
Black people who are youth
Black people who are women
Black people with disabilities
Black people living in rural or underdeveloped areas or townships
Cooperative owned by black people
Black people who are military veterans
OR
Any EME
Any QSE
8.
DECLARATION WITH REGARD TO COMPANY/FIRM
8.1
Name of company/firm:…………………………………………………………………………….
8.2
VAT registration number:……………………………………….…………………………………
8.3
Company registration number:…………….……………………….…………………………….
8.4
TYPE OF COMPANY/ FIRM

Partnership/Joint Venture / Consortium

One person business/sole propriety

Close corporation

Company

(Pty) Limited
[TICK APPLICABLE BOX]
8.5
DESCRIBE PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ACTIVITIES
………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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COMPANY CLASSIFICATION

Manufacturer

Supplier

Professional service provider

Other service providers, e.g. transporter, etc.
[TICK APPLICABLE BOX]
8.7
MUNICIPAL INFORMATION
Municipality where business is situated: ….……………………………………………….
Registered Account Number: ………………………….
Stand Number:……………………………………………….
8.8
Total number of years the company/firm has been in business:……………………………
8.9
I/we, the undersigned, who is / are duly authorised to do so on behalf of the
company/firm, certify that the points claimed, based on the B-BBE status level of
contributor indicated in paragraphs 1.4 and 6.1 of the foregoing certificate, qualifies the
company/ firm for the preference(s) shown and I / we acknowledge that:
i) The information furnished is true and correct;
ii) The preference points claimed are in accordance with the General Conditions as
indicated in paragraph 1 of this form;
iii) In the event of a contract being awarded as a result of points claimed as shown in
paragraphs 1.4 and 6.1, the contractor may be required to furnish documentary proof
to the satisfaction of the purchaser that the claims are correct;
iv) If the B-BBEE status level of contributor has been claimed or obtained on a fraudulent
basis or any of the conditions of contract have not been fulfilled, the purchaser may,
in addition to any other remedy it may have –
(a)
disqualify the person from the bidding process;
(b)
recover costs, losses or damages it has incurred or suffered as a result
of that person’s conduct;
(c)
cancel the contract and claim any damages which it has suffered as a
result of having to make less favourable arrangements due to such
cancellation;
(d)
recommend that the bidder or contractor, its shareholders and
directors, or only the shareholders and directors who acted on a
fraudulent basis, be restricted by the National Treasury from obtaining
business from any organ of state for a period not exceeding 10 years,
after the audi alteram partem (hear the other side) rule has been
applied; and
(e)
forward
the
matter
for
criminal
prosecution.
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MBD 6.1
PREFERENCE POINTS CLAIM FORM IN TERMS OF THE
PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS 2011
WITNESSES
1.
……………………………………..
2.
…………………………………….
……………………………………….
SIGNATURE(S) OF BIDDERS(S)
DATE:
…………………………………..
ADDRESS
…………………………………..
…………………………………..
…………………………………..
This preference form must form part of all bids invited. It contains general information and
serves as a claim form for preference points for Broad-Based Black Economic
Empowerment (B-BBEE) Status Level of Contribution
NB:
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM, BIDDERS MUST STUDY THE GENERAL CONDITIONS,
DEFINITIONS AND DIRECTIVES APPLICABLE IN RESPECT OF B-BBEE, AS PRESCRIBED
IN THE PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS, 2011.
9.
GENERAL CONDITIONS
9.1
The following preference point systems are applicable to all bids:
-
the 80/20 system for requirements with a Rand value of up to R1 000 000 (all applicable
taxes included); and
the 90/10 system for requirements with a Rand value above R1 000 000 (all applicable taxes
included).
9.2
The value of this bid is estimated to exceed/not exceed R1 000 000 (all applicable taxes included)
and therefore the 80/20 system shall be applicable.
9.3
Preference points for this bid shall be awarded for:
(c)
(d)
(i)
Price; and
B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution.
The maximum points for this bid are allocated as follows:
POINTS
9.3.1.1
PRICE
80
9.3.1.2
B-BBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION
20
Total points for Price and B-BBEE must not exceed
(ii)
100
Failure on the part of a bidder to fill in and/or to sign this form and submit a B-BBEE Verification
Certificate from a Verification Agency accredited by the South African Accreditation System
(SANAS) or a Registered Auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors (IRBA)
or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the Close Corporation Act (CCA) together with the bid,
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will be interpreted to mean that preference points for B-BBEE status level of contribution are not
claimed.
9.5.
The purchaser reserves the right to require of a bidder, either before a bid is adjudicated or at any
time subsequently, to substantiate any claim in regard to preferences, in any manner required by
the purchaser.
(iii)
DEFINITIONS
10.1
“all applicable taxes” includes value-added tax, pay as you earn, income tax, unemployment
insurance fund contributions and skills development levies;
10.2
“B-BBEE” means broad-based black economic empowerment as defined in section 1 of the BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment Act;
10.3
“B-BBEE status level of contributor” means the B-BBEE status received by a measured entity
based on its overall performance using the relevant scorecard contained in the Codes of Good
Practice on Black Economic Empowerment, issued in terms of section 9(1) of the Broad-Based
Black Economic Empowerment Act;
10.4
“bid” means a written offer in a prescribed or stipulated form in response to an invitation by an
organ of state for the provision of services, works or goods, through price quotations, advertised
competitive bidding processes or proposals;
10.5
“Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act” means the Broad-Based Black Economic
Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003);
10.6
“comparative price” means the price after the factors of a non-firm price and all unconditional
discounts that can be utilized have been taken into consideration;
10.7
“consortium or joint venture” means an association of persons for the purpose of combining their
expertise, property, capital, efforts, skill and knowledge in an activity for the execution of a contract;
10.8
“contract” means the agreement that results from the acceptance of a bid by an organ of state;
10.9
“EME” means any enterprise with an annual total revenue of R5 million or less .
10.10
“Firm price” means the price that is only subject to adjustments in accordance with the actual
increase or decrease resulting from the change, imposition, or abolition of customs or excise duty
and any other duty, levy, or tax, which, in terms of the law or regulation, is binding on the contractor
and demonstrably has an influence on the price of any supplies, or the rendering costs of any
service, for the execution of the contract;
10.11
“functionality” means the measurement according to predetermined norms, as set out in the bid
documents, of a service or commodity that is designed to be practical and useful, working or
operating, taking into account, among other factors, the quality, reliability, viability and durability of a
service and the technical capacity and ability of a bidder;
10.12
“non-firm prices” means all prices other than “firm” prices;
10.13
“person” includes a juristic person;
10.14
“rand value” means the total estimated value of a contract in South African currency, calculated at
the time of bid invitations, and includes all applicable taxes and excise duties;
10.15
“sub-contract” means the primary contractor’s assigning, leasing, making out work to, or
employing, another person to support such primary contractor in the execution of part of a project in
terms of the contract;
10.16
“total revenue” bears the same meaning assigned to this expression in the Codes of Good
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Practice on Black Economic Empowerment, issued in terms of section 9(1) of the Broad-Based
Black Economic Empowerment Act and promulgated in the Government Gazette on 9 February
2007;
10.17
“trust” means the arrangement through which the property of one person is made over or
bequeathed to a trustee to administer such property for the benefit of another person; and
10.18
“trustee” means any person, including the founder of a trust, to whom property is bequeathed in
order for such property to be administered for the benefit of another person.
(iv)
ADJUDICATION USING A POINT SYSTEM
11.1
The bidder obtaining the highest number of total points will be awarded the contract.
11.2
Preference points shall be calculated after prices have been brought to a comparative basis taking
into account all factors of non-firm prices and all unconditional discounts;.
11.3
Points scored must be rounded off to the nearest 2 decimal places.
11.4
In the event that two or more bids have scored equal total points, the successful bid
must be the one scoring the highest number of preference points for B-BBEE.
11.5
However, when functionality is part of the evaluation process and two or more bids have
scored equal points including equal preference points for B-BBEE, the successful bid must
be the one scoring the highest score for functionality.
11.6
Should two or more bids be equal in all respects, the award shall be decided by the
drawing of lots.
12.
12.1
POINTS AWARDED FOR PRICE
THE 80/20 OR 90/10 PREFERENCE POINT SYSTEMS
A maximum of 80 or 90 points is allocated for price on the following basis:
80/20
or
Pt − P min 

Ps = 801 −

P min 

or
90/10
Pt − P min 

Ps = 901 −

P min 

Where
Ps
=
Points scored for comparative price of bid under consideration
Pt
=
Comparative price of bid under consideration
Pmin
=
Comparative
price
of
lowest
acceptable
bid
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13.1
13.2
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Points awarded for B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution
In terms of Regulation 5 (2) and 6 (2) of the Preferential Procurement Regulations, preference points
must be awarded to a bidder for attaining the B-BBEE status level of contribution in accordance with
the table below:
B-BBEE Status Level of
Contributor
Number of points
Number of points
(90/10 system)
(80/20 system)
1
10
20
2
9
18
3
8
16
4
5
12
5
4
8
6
3
6
7
2
4
8
1
2
Non-compliant contributor
0
0
Bidders who qualify as EMEs in terms of the B-BBEE Act must submit a certificate issued by an
Accounting Officer as contemplated in the CCA or a Verification Agency accredited by SANAS or a
Registered Auditor. Registered auditors do not need to meet the prerequisite for IRBA’s
approval for the purpose of conducting verification and issuing EMEs with B-BBEE Status
Level Certificates.
13.3
Bidders other than EMEs must submit their original and valid B-BBEE status level verification
certificate or a certified copy thereof, substantiating their B-BBEE rating issued by a Registered
Auditor approved by IRBA or a Verification Agency accredited by SANAS.
13.4
A trust, consortium or joint venture, will qualify for points for their B-BBEE status level as a
legal entity, provided that the entity submits their B-BBEE status level certificate.
13.5
A trust, consortium or joint venture will qualify for points for their B-BBEE status level as an
unincorporated entity, provided that the entity submits their consolidated B-BBEE scorecard as
if they were a group structure and that such a consolidated B-BBEE scorecard is prepared for
every separate bid.
13.6
13.7
Tertiary institutions and public entities will be required to submit their B-BBEE status level certificates
in terms of the specialized scorecard contained in the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice.
A person will not be awarded points for B-BBEE status level if it is indicated in the bid
documents that such a bidder intends sub-contracting more than 25% of the value of the
contract to any other enterprise that does not qualify for at least the points that such a bidder
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qualifies for, unless the intended sub-contractor is an EME that has the capability and ability to
execute the sub-contract.
13.8
A person awarded a contract may not sub-contract more than 25% of the value of the
Contract to any other enterprise that does not have an equal or higher B-BBEE status level than the
person concerned, u nless the contract is sub-contracted to an EME that has the capability and ability
to execute the sub-contract.
14.
BID DECLARATION
14.1
Bidders who claim points in respect of B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution must complete the
following:
15.
15.1
B-BBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION CLAIMED IN TERMS OF PARAGRAPHS
B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution:…………. = ……………(maximum of 10 or
20 points)
(Points claimed in respect of paragraph 7.1 must be in accordance with the
table reflected in paragraph 5.1 and must be substantiated by means of a BBBEE certificate issued by a Verification Agency accredited by SANAS or a
Registered Auditor approved by IRBA or an Accounting Officer as
contemplated in the CCA).
16
SUB-CONTRACTING
16.1
Will any portion of the contract be sub-contracted?
not applicable)
YES / NO (delete which is
16.1.1 If yes, indicate:
(i) what percentage of the contract will be subcontracted? ...............%
(ii) the name of the sub-contractor? ..………………………………........
(iii) the B-BBEE status level of the sub-contractor?
(iv) whether the sub-contractor is an EME?
YES / NO (delete which is
not applicable)
17
DECLARATION WITH REGARD TO COMPANY/FIRM
17.1
Name of firm
: .............................................................................................
17.2
VAT registration number
: .............................................................................................
17.3
Company registration number
:………………………………………………………………….
17.4
TYPE OF COMPANY/ FIRM

Partnership/Joint Venture / Consortium

One person business/sole propriety

Close corporation

Company

(Pty) Limited
[TICK APPLICABLE BOX]
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DESCRIBE PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ACTIVITIES
………….. ..................................................................................................................................................
……………… .............................................................................................................................................
…………….. ...............................................................................................................................................
17.6
COMPANY CLASSIFICATION




Manufacturer
Supplier
Professional service provider
Other service providers, e.g. transporter, etc.
[TICK APPLICABLE BOX]
17.7
MUNICIPAL INFORMATION
Municipality where business is situated …………………………………………………………
Registered Account Number
……………………………….......
Stand Number ………………………………………………….....
17.8
TOTAL NUMBER OF YEARS THE COMPANY/FIRM HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS?
……………………………………
17.9
I/we, the undersigned, who is / are duly authorised to do so on behalf of the company/firm,
certify that the points claimed, based on the B-BBE status level of contribution indicated in
paragraph 7 of the foregoing certificate, qualifies the company/ firm for the preference(s)
shown and I / we acknowledge that:
(i)
The information furnished is true and correct;
(ii)
The preference points claimed are in accordance with the General Conditions as indicated
in paragraph 1 of this form.
(iii)
In the event of a contract being awarded as a result of points claimed as shown in
paragraph 7, the contractor may be required to furnish documentary proof to the
satisfaction of the purchaser that the claims are correct;
(iv)
If the B-BBEE status level of contribution has been claimed or obtained on a fraudulent
basis or any of the conditions of contract have not been fulfilled, the purchaser may, in
addition to any other remedy it may have –
a.
disqualify the person from the bidding process;
b.
recover costs, losses or damages it has incurred or suffered as a result of that
person’s conduct;
c.
cancel the contract and claim any damages which it has suffered as a result of
having to make less favourable arrangements due to such cancellation;
d.
restrict the bidder or contractor, its shareholders and directors, or only the
shareholders and directors who acted on a fraudulent basis, from obtaining
business from any organ of state for a period not exceeding 10 years, after the audi
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partem
(hear
the
other
side)
rule
has
been
applied;
and
e. forward the matter for criminal prosecution
WITNESSES:
1.
………………………………………
……………………………………
SIGNATURE(S)OF BIDDER(S)
18
………………………………………
DATE: ..............................................
ADDRESS: …......................................
….........................................................
….........................................................
…........................................................
…........................................................
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T11 – SCHEDULE 3
CERTIFICATE FOR MUNICIPAL SERVICES (MBD10)
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T12 – SCHEDULE 4
MBD 8
DECLARATION OF BIDDER’S PAST SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
PRACTICES
1
This Municipal Bidding Document must form part of all bids invited.
2
It serves as a declaration to be used by municipalities and municipal entities in
ensuring that when goods and services are being procured, all reasonable steps
are taken to combat the abuse of the supply chain management system.
3
The bid of any bidder may be rejected if that bidder, or any of its directors have:
a. abused the municipality’s / municipal entity’s supply chain management
system or committed any improper conduct in relation to such system;
b. been convicted for fraud or corruption during the past five years;
c. willfully neglected, reneged on or failed to comply with any government,
municipal or other public sector contract during the past five years; or
d. been listed in the Register for Tender Defaulters in terms of section 29 of the
Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act (No 12 of 2004).
4
Item
4.1
In order to give effect to the above, the following questionnaire must be
completed and submitted with the bid.
Question
Yes No
Is the bidder or any of its directors listed on the National Treasury’s Yes No
database as a company or person prohibited from doing business
with the public sector?
(Companies or persons who are listed on this database were
informed in writing of this restriction by the National Treasury
after the audi alteram partem rule was applied).
4.1.1 If so, furnish particulars:
4.2
Is the bidder or any of its directors listed on the Register for Tender
Defaulters in terms of section 29 of the Prevention and Combating
of Corrupt Activities Act (No 12 of 2004)?
Yes
No
(To access this Register enter the National Treasury’s website,
www.treasury.gov.za, click on the icon “Register for Tender
Defaulters” or submit your written request for a hard copy of
the Register to facsimile number (012) 3265445).
4.2.1 If so, furnish particulars:
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Was the bidder or any of its directors convicted by a court of law
(including a court of law outside the Republic of South Africa) for
fraud or corruption during the past five years?
4.3.1 If so, furnish particulars:
Yes
No
Item
4.4
4.3
Question
Yes
No
Does the bidder or any of its directors owe any municipal rates
and taxes or municipal charges to the municipality / municipal
entity, or to any other municipality / municipal entity, that is in
arrears for more than three months?
4.4.1 If so, furnish particulars:
Yes
No
Was any contract between the bidder and the municipality /
municipal entity or any other organ of state terminated during the
past five years on account of failure to perform on or comply with
the contract?
4.5.1 If so, furnish particulars:
Yes
No
4.5
CERTIFICATION
I, THE UNDERSIGNED (FULL NAME) …………….………………………..……
CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION FURNISHED ON THIS DECLARATION
FORM IS TRUE AND CORRECT.
I ACCEPT THAT, IN ADDITION TO CANCELLATION OF A CONTRACT,
ACTION MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST ME SHOULD THIS DECLARATION
PROVE TO BE FALSE.
…………………………………………
………………………..….…
Signature
Date
……………………………………….
…………………………..…..
Position
Name of Bidder
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T13 – SCHEDULE 5
CERTIFICATE OF INDEPENDENT BID DETERMINATION
1
This Municipal Bidding Document (MBD) must form part of all bids¹ invited.
2
Section 4 (1) (b) (iii) of the Competition Act No. 89 of 1998, as amended, prohibits an
agreement between, or concerted practice by, firms, or a decision by an association
of firms, if it is between parties in a horizontal relationship and if it involves collusive
bidding (or bid rigging).² Collusive bidding is a pe se prohibition meaning that it
cannot be justified under any grounds.
3
Municipal Supply Regulation 38(1) prescribes that a supply chain management policy
must provide measures for the combating of abuse of the supply chain management
system, and must enable the accounting officer, among others, to:
a.
take all reasonable steps to prevent such abuse;
b.
reject the bid of any bidder if that bidder or any of its directors has abused the
supply chain management system of the municipality or municipal entity or has
committed any improper conduct in relation to such system; and
c.
cancel a contract awarded to a person if the person committed any corrupt or
fraudulent act during the bidding process or the execution of the contract.
4
This MBD serves as a certificate of declaration that would be used by institutions to
ensure that, when bids are considered, reasonable steps are taken to prevent any
form of bid-rigging.
5
In order to give effect to the above, the attached Certificate of Bid Determination
(MBD9) must be completed and submitted with the bid:
¹
Includes price quotations, advertised competitive bids, limited bids and proposals.
²
Bid rigging (or collusive bidding) occurs when businesses, that would otherwise be expected to compete,
secretly conspire to raise prices or lower the quality of goods and / or services for purchasers who wish
to acquire goods and / or services through a bidding process. Bid rigging is, therefore, an agreement
between competitors not to compete.
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CERTIFICATE OF INDEPENDENT BID DETERMINATION
I, the undersigned, in submitting the accompanying bid:
________________________________________________________________
(Bid Number and Description)
in response to the invitation for the bid made by:
EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY
do hereby make the following statements that I certify to be true and complete in every
respect:
I certify, on behalf of:____________________________________________that:
(Name of Bidder)
1. I have read and I understand the contents of this Certificate;
2. I understand that the accompanying bid will be disqualified if this Certificate is found
not to be true and complete in every respect;
3. I am authorized by the bidder to sign this Certificate, and to submit the accompanying
bid, on behalf of the bidder;
4. Each person whose signature appears on the accompanying bid has been authorized
by the bidder to determine the terms of, and to sign, the bid, on behalf of the bidder;
5. For the purposes of this Certificate and the accompanying bid, I understand that the
word “competitor” shall include any individual or organization, other than the bidder,
whether or not affiliated with the bidder, who:
(a) has been requested to submit a bid in response to this bid invitation;
(b) could potentially submit a bid in response to this bid invitation, based on
their qualifications, abilities or experience; and
(c) provides the same goods and services as the bidder and/or is in the same
line of business as the bidder.
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MBD 9
6. The bidder has arrived at the accompanying bid independently from, and without
consultation, communication, agreement or arrangement with any competitor. However
communication between partners in a joint venture or consortium³ will not be construed
as collusive bidding.
7. In particular, without limiting the generality of paragraphs 6 above, there has been no
consultation, communication, agreement or arrangement with any competitor
regarding:
(a) prices;
(b) geographical area where product or service will be rendered (market
allocation)
(c) methods, factors or formulas used to calculate prices;
(d) the intention or decision to submit or not to submit, a bid;
(e) the submission of a bid which does not meet the specifications and
conditions of the bid; or
(f) bidding with the intention not to win the bid.
8. In addition, there have been no consultations, communications, agreements or
arrangements with any competitor regarding the quality, quantity, specifications and
conditions or delivery particulars of the products or services to which this bid invitation
relates.
9. The terms of the accompanying bid have not been, and will not be, disclosed by the
bidder, directly or indirectly, to any competitor, prior to the date and time of the official
bid opening or of the awarding of the contract.
10. I am aware that, in addition and without prejudice to any other remedy provided to
combat any restrictive practices related to bids and contracts, bids that are suspicious
will be reported to the Competition Commission for investigation and possible
imposition of administrative penalties in terms of section 59 of the Competition Act No.
89 of 1998 and or may be reported to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for
criminal investigation and or may be restricted from conducting business with the public
sector for a period not exceeding ten (10) years in terms of the Prevention and
Combating of Corrupt Activities Act No. 12 of 2004 or any other applicable legislation.
……………….……………………………………
Signature
………………………………
Date
…………………………………………………….
Position
………………………………
Name of Bidder
³
Joint venture or Consortium means an association of persons for the purpose of combining their expertise,
property, capital, efforts, skill and knowledge in an activity for the execution of a contract.
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T14 – SCHEDULE 6
SCHEDULE OF PLANT
Schedule of Plant the tenderer intends to use on the work, if his tender is successful:
Plant
Quantity
Own
Property
Rented
LDV
Crane Truck ……… Tons
(crane ………. Ton)
Backhoe Loader
Excavator ( ……….. Ton)
Tipper
Cable Trailer
Pneumatic drilling rig
Compressor & Jack Hammer(qty ………..)
Generator (Size …………. Kva)
Cable Rollers
Safety Harness
Dumpy Level
………
Lazer Level
………..
Test equipment (Specify type, name & model):
…………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………….………..
………………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………………….…..…………
…………………………………………………………………………
Toolbox with small tools
Signed
Date
Name
Position
Tenderer
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T15 – SCHEDULE 7
STAFF AND LABOUR
Note, a person may only be added once to the staff schedule at the position best suitable for his current job
description. See detailed requirements at end of schedule
PERMANENT STAFF:
Position
Quantity
Highest Qualification
Experience
(years) after
Qualification
HDI (Y/N) +
Age
Male /
Female
Contract
manager
(office bound)
Installation
Electrician
(responsible
person on this
site)
Installation
Electrician
(other)
Foreman / Site
Agent
Electricians
Labourers
Skilled
Labourers
Unskilled
INTENDED CONTRACTED STAFF FOR THIS PROJECT:
Position
Quantity
Highest Qualification
Experience
(years) after
Qualification
HDI (Y/N) +
Age
Male /
Female
Contract
manager
Installation
Electrician
Foreman / Site
Agent
Electricians
Labourers
Skilled
Labourers
Unskilled
Detailed requirements:
Proof of qualifications of foreman, responsible person, installation electrician(s) and electrician(s) are to be attached.
Responsible person shall have minimum relevant experience of 10 years of overhead reticulation works.
Provide organogram of company showing names, job descriptions, years employed by the company and highest
qualifications of all staff and directors

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Signed
Date
Name
Position
Tenderer
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T16 - SCHEDULE 8
SCHEDULE OF EXPERIENCE OF CONTRACTOR
Tenderers must insert, in the space provided below, a list of work or contracts of similar nature that have been
successfully carried out. Note – referring to Company profiles instead is prohibited.
PROJECT 1
Project:
Employer (name & contact
no.):
Consulting Engineer (name
& contact no.):
Nature of Work:
Value of Work:
(Excl. VAT)
Contract Period:
Actual Completion date (As
per hand over certificate):
Reason for deviation (if
applicable):
PROJECT 2
Project:
Employer (name & contact
no.):
Consulting Engineer (name
& contact no.):
Nature of Work:
Value of Work:
(Excl. VAT)
Contract Period:
Actual Completion date (As
per hand over certificate):
Reason for deviation (if
applicable):
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PROJECT 3
Project:
Employer (name & contact
no.):
Consulting Engineer (name
& contact no.):
Nature of Work:
(Excl. VAT)
Value of Work:
Contract Period:
Actual Completion date (As
per hand over certificate):
Reason for deviation (if
applicable):
PROJECT 4
Project:
Employer (name & contact
no.):
Consulting Engineer (name
& contact no.):
Nature of Work:
(Excl. VAT)
Value of Work:
Contract Period:
Actual Completion date (As
per hand over certificate):
Reason for deviation (if
applicable):
Signed
Date
Name
Position
Tenderer
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T17 - SCHEDULE 9
SCHEDULE OF CURRENT WORKLOAD
List your current contracts and obligations:
Description & Client/Engineer Contact
Details
Value
Start Date
Signed
Date
Name
Position
Duration
Expected
Completion Date
Tenderer
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T18 - SCHEDULE 10
SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTORS
The contractor shall indicate which part of the works shall be contracted out to an external entity. This shall include such
items as testing.
Works Description
Anticipated Value
Signed
Date
Name
Position
Company
Reason
Tenderer
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T19 – SCHEDULE 11
REGISTRATION AS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
In terms of the OHS Act 2005, Electrical Installation Regulation 8, the successful tenderer / electrical sub-contractor must
be registered as an Electrical Contractor with the Chief Inspector. They also need to be registered with the Workmen’s
Compensation Commissioner and the Unemployment Insurance Commissioner to qualify for this contract.
The tenderer must complete the following questionnaire and submit it with the tender.
THE TENDER WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED UNLESS ALL THE NECESSARY INFORMATION HAS BEEN
SUBMITTED.
a)
Is the company registered as an Electrical Contractor with the Department of Labour?
YES
NO
Registration Number:
Date of Issue:
Name of Accredited
Person (please attach CV
for this person under
T2.2.2)
ID Number:
Registered Person’s
Registration Number:
Date Issued:
Registered Person’s
Telephone Number:
Years Employed by the
Company:
b)
Is the company registered with the Department of Labour?
YES
NO
:
i. The Workmen’s Compensation Commissioner?
YES
NO
Registration Number
Date of Issue:
ii. The Unemployment Insurance Commissioner?
YES
NO
Registration Number
Date of Issue:
c)
Name of Accredited Person
responsible for this site (if different
to that listed in (a)), who will be
responsible for FULL TIME
supervision on site:
Registration Number
Date of Issue:
Qualifications of the above person:
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I/We certify that the above information is correct and undertake to comply with the provisions in Regulations 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9
of Government Notice No. 31975 of 6 March 2009, promulgated under Section 43 of the Machinery and Occupational
Safety Act 1993. The applicable section reads as follows:
1.
Regulation 5
Design and Construction
No person may authorize, design, install or permit or require the installation of an electrical installation, other than in
accordance with a health and safety standard incorporated into these Regulations under section 44 of the Act.
No person may use components within an electrical installation unless those components comply with the standards referred to
in the relevant incorporated standard referred to in sub-regulation (1), and proof of compliance shall be identifiable on the
components or certification shall be available from the manufacturer or supplier of the materials or components in terms of the
National
Regulation
of
Compulsory
Specification
Act,
2008
(Act
no.5
of
2008).
Items of an electrical installation not covered by an incorporated health and safety standard, and the conductors between the
point of supply and the point of control, shall be installed in accordance with the by-laws or regulations of the supplier
concerned.
A registered person shall exercise general control over all electrical installation work being carried out, and no person may allow
such work without such control.
(Amend to read: a registered person shall exercise full time control)
Where the voltage exceeds 1kV, a person deemed competent in terms of paragraphs (b), (c) or (d) of the definition of a
competent person in regulation 1 of the General Machinery Regulations, 1988, or a person registered in a professional category
in terms of the Engineering Profession Act, 2000, shall approve the design of that part of an electrical installation.
Where the intention is to supply five or more users from a new point of supply, they shall appoint an approved inspection
authority for electrical installations or a person deemed competent in terms of paragraph (b), (c) or (d) of the definition of a
competent person in regulation 1 of the General Machinery Regulations, 1988, or a person registered in a professional category
in terms of the Engineering Professions Act, 2000, who shall ensure the compliance contemplated in sub-regulation (1) from the
commencement
to
the
commissioning
of
the
electrical
installation.
No supplier may restrict the application of a health and safety standard referred to in sub-regulation (1) when an electrical
installation is installed, except where the distribution system of the supplier may be adversely affected by the application
thereof.
2.
Regulation 6
Electrical Contractor
No person may do electrical installation work as an electrical contractor unless that person has been registered as an electrical
contractor in terms of these Regulations.
Any person who does electrical installation work as an electrical contractor shall register annually in the form of Annexure 3
with the chief inspector or a person appointed by the chief inspector.
An application for registration as referred to in sub-regulation (2) shall be accompanied by the fee prescribed by regulation 14.
The chief inspector or a person appointed by the chief inspector shall register any person referred to in sub-regulation (1) as an
electrical contractor and enter such registration into the national database.
3.
Regulation 7
Certificate of compliance
Subject to the provisions of sub regulation (3), every user or lessor of an electrical installation, as the case may be, shall have a
valid certificate of compliance for that installation in the form of Annexure 1, which shall be accompanied by a test report in the
format
approved
by
the
chief
inspector,
in
respect
of
every
such
electrical
installation.
Subject to the provisions of sub regulation (3), every user or lessor of an electrical installation, as the case may be, shall on
request produce the certificate of compliance for that electrical installation to an inspector, a supplier or, subject regulation 4(1),
an approved inspection authority for electrical installations.
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Sub-regulation (1) shall not apply to an electrical installation that existed prior to 23 October 1992, and where there was no
change of ownership after 1 March 1994: Provided that, if any addition of alteration is effected to such an electrical installation,
the user or lessor of the electrical installation, as the case may be, shall obtain a certificate of compliance for the whole electrical
installation, where after the provisions of sub-regulation (1) shall be applicable to such electrical installation.
Where any addition or alteration has been effected to an electrical installation for which a certificate of compliance was
previously issued, the user or lessor of such electrical installation shall obtain a certificate of compliance for at least the addition
of alteration.
Subject to the provisions of section 10(4) of the Act, the user or lessor may not allow a change of ownership if the certificate of
compliance is older than two years.
The relevant supplier may at any reasonable time inspect or test any electrical installation: Provided that the supplier shall not
charge any fee for such an inspection or test unless the inspection or test in carried out at the request of the user or lessor.
If an inspector, an approved inspection authority for electrical installations or supplier has carried out an inspection or test and
has detected any fault or defect in any electrical installation, that inspector, approved inspection authority for electrical
installation or supplier may require the user or lessor of that electrical installation to obtain an new certificate of compliance:
Provided that is such fault of defect in the opinion of the inspector, approved inspection authority for electrical installation or
supplier constitutes an immediate danger to persons, that inspection authority for electrical installations or supplier shall
forthwith take steps to have the supply to the circuit in which the fault of defect was detected, disconnected: Provided further
that where such fault of defect is of such a nature that it may indicate negligence on the part of a registered person, the inspector,
approved inspection authority for electrical installations or supplier shall forthwith report those circumstances in writing to the
chief inspector.
4.
Regulation 8
Commencement and permission to connect installation work
No person shall commence installation work which requires a new supply or an increase in electricity supply capacity unless the
supplier has been notified thereof in the form of Annexure 4: Provided that the supplier may waive this requirement in respect
of such types of work as it may specify.
No person shall connect or permit the connection of any completed or partially completed electrical installation to the electricity
supply unless it has been inspected and tested by a registered person and a certificate of compliance for that electrical
installation has been issued: Provided that the supplier may on request connect the supply to the electrical installation for the
purpose of testing and the completion of the certificate of compliance by a case where the electricity was disconnected for the
non-payment of the electricity account or where there has been a change of tenant but not of ownership.
5.
Regulation 9
Issuing of certificate of compliance
No person other than a registered person may issue a certificate of compliance.
A registered person may issue a certificate of compliance accompanied by the required test report only after having satisfied
himself or herself by means of an inspection and test that –

A new electrical installation complies with the provisions of regulation 5(1) and was carried out under his or her full
time control; or

An electrical installation which existed prior to the publication of the current edition of the health and safety standard
incorporated into these Regulations in terms of regulation 5(1), complies with the general safety principles of such
standard; or

An electrical installation referred to in paragraph (b), to which extensions or alterations have been affected, that –

The existing part of the electrical installation complies with the general safety principles of such standard and is
reasonably safe, and

The extensions or alterations effected comply with the provisions of regulation 5(1) and were carried out under his or
her general control.
If at any time prior to the issuing of a certificate of compliance any fault or defect detected in any part of the electrical
installation, the registered person shall refuse to issue such certificate until that fault of defect has been rectified: Provided that
if such fault of defect in the opinion of the registered person constitutes an immediate danger to persons in a case where
electricity is already supplied, he or she shall forthwith take steps to disconnect the supply to the circuit in which the fault or
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defect was detected and notify the chief inspection thereof.
Any person who undertakes to do electrical installation work shall ensure that a valid certificate of compliance is used for that
work.
No person may amend a certificate of compliance.
Name of Contractor:
Address:
Signature of Contractor:
Date:
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T20 – SCHEDULE 12
COMPANY PROFILE
&
ORGANOGRAM OF THE STAFF ALLOCATED TO THIS PROJECT
Note: Attach CV of Person Responsible for Full Time Supervision on site
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T21 - SCHEDULE 13
Attach CSD Certificate
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C1 - THE TENDER OFFER
I/We Mr/Mrs/Messrs _____________________________________________________ duly
assigned to represent the service provider for the purpose of this tender, hereby tender to supply
all or any of the goods and/or render all or any of the services described in the attached documents
to the EMTHANJENI Municipality on terms and conditions stipulated in this tender and in
accordance with the specifications stipulated in the tender documents (which shall be taken as part
of, and incorporated into this tender)
I/we agree that this offer shall remain valid for a period of 90 days commencing from the closing
date and time of this tender.
I/we further agree that:
This tender and its acceptance shall be subject to the terms and conditions contained in the
EMTHANJENI Municipality’s Supply Chain Management Policy;
If I/we withdraw my/our tender within the period for which I/we have agreed that the tender shall
remain open for acceptance, or fail to fulfill the contract when called upon to do so, the
EMTHANJENI Municipality may, without prejudice to its other rights, agree to the withdrawal of
my/our tender or cancel the contract that may have been entered into between me/us and the
EMTHANJENI Municipality and I/we will then pay to the EMTHANJENI Municipality any additional
expense incurred by the EMTHANJENI Municipality having either to accept any less favorable
tender or, if fresh tenders have to be invited, the additional expenditure incurred by the invitation by
the invitation of fresh tenders and by the subsequent acceptance of any less favorable tender; the
EMTHANJENI Municipality shall also have the right to recover such additional expenditure by setoff against moneys which may be due or become due to me/us under this or any other tender or
contract or against any guarantee or deposit that may have been furnished by me/us or on my/our
behalf for the due fulfillment of this or any other tender or contract and pending the ascertainment
of the amount of such additional expenditure or retain such moneys, guarantee or deposit as
security for any loss the EMTHANJENI Municipality may sustain by reason of my/our default;
If my/our tender is accepted the acceptance may be communicated to me/us by letter or order by
certified mail or registered mail. Such posting shall be deemed to be proper service of such notice
with effect from the date of posting/dispatch of such notice;
The law of the Republic of South Africa shall govern the contract created by the acceptance of
my/our tender and that I/we choose domicilium citandi et executandi in the Republic of South
Africa, where any and all legal notices may be served at (full street address on this place):
Physical Address:
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
I/we furthermore confirm that I/we have satisfied myself/ourselves as to the correctness and
validity of my/our tender; that the price(s) and rate(s) tendered cover all the work/item(s) specified
in the tender documents and that the price(s) and rate(s) cover all my/our obligations under a
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resulting contract and that I/we accept that any mistakes regarding price(s) and calculations will be
at my/our own risk.
I/we hereby accept full responsibility for the proper execution and fulfillment of all obligations and
conditions devolving on me/us under this agreement as the Principal(s) liable for the due fulfillment
of this contract.
I/we agree that any action arising from this contract may in all respects be instituted against me/us
and I/we hereby undertake to satisfy fully any sentence or judgement which may be pronounced
against me/us as a result of such action.
I/we declare that I/we have participation / no participation in the submission of any other offer for
the supplies/services described in the attached documents. If in the affirmative, state name(s) of
tenders involved.
Name:
_________________________________
Signature:
_________________________________
Date:
_________________________________
This form must be completed and signed to be considered provisionally
responsive.
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ACCEPTANCE
By signing this part of the form of offer and acceptance, the employer identified below accepts the
supplier’s offer. In consideration thereof, the employer shall pay the supplier the amount due in
accordance with the conditions identified in the tender data. Acceptance of the supplier’s offer
shall form an agreement between the employer and the supplier upon the terms and conditions
contained in this agreement and in the contract that is the subject of this agreement.
Notwithstanding anything contained herein, this agreement comes into effect on the date when the
supplier receives one fully completed original copy of this document, including the schedule of
deviations (if any). Unless the supplier within five working days of the date of such receipt notifies
the employer in writing of any reason why he cannot accept the contents of this agreement, this
agreement shall constitute a binding contract between the parties.
Name:
_________________________________
Signature:
_________________________________
Capacity:
_________________________________
Date:
_________________________________
For the Employer:
EMTHANJENI MUNICIPALITY
45 VOORTREKKER STREET
DE AAR
7000
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C2. PERFORMANCE BOND
SECURITY OFFERED:
(a)
(b)
The Tenderer accepts that retention of 10% of the contract value
(excluding VAT) will be applicable and will be deducted by the
Employer in terms of the applicable conditions of contract;
-orThe Tenderer offers to provide a fixed construction guarantee of
10% of the Contract Sum (including VAT) issued by:
(i) Insurance Company
(ii) Bank
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
The security will be held for the duration of the contract until First Handover Certificate/Completion
Certificate has been issued. Half of the surety (5% of the Contract Sum) will be returned when the
First Handover Certificate/Completion Certificate is issued.
The remainder of the surety will be held for 12 months (retention period) after First Handover
Certificate/Completion Certificate has been issued and will lapse with the issue of the Final
Handover Certificate. Should any corrective work be carried out during the retention period, the
surety will have to be modified accordingly to take the work into account and offer another 12
months on the altered works.
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C3. PRICING INSTRUCTIONS
1. The work listed hereunder is fully described in the specification or shown on the drawings.
In order to describe certain items, reference is also made to the specification and drawings
in the Bill. The Contractor shall, however, refer to the General Conditions of Contract,
Specification, Special Conditions and all the drawings.
2. All prices shall be the inclusive cost of all the work necessary to complete the work
specified in the item and to comply with all the requirements of the Conditions of Contract,
Specification and Special Conditions.
3. All rates shall be excluding Value Added Tax (VAT).
4. The unit prices will be taken as correct in the case of discrepancies. Should the corrected
tender price differ from the original tender price, the tenderer shall be given the opportunity
to sign a new form of offer.
5. The Contractor will be paid according to the nett final measurement and all wastage shall
be allowed for in the rates.
6. Tenderers shall clarify any doubt about the meaning of anything in the Bills of Quantities
before the closing date of the Tenders.
7. Quantities in the Bills are not fixed and can be increased or decreased.
8. When no price is shown for an item, it will be taken to be included elsewhere.
9. The Bills of Quantities shall not be used for the ordering of material. The Contractor shall
ascertain the correct quantities before ordering.
10. The following shall be considered for excavation:
a. Measurement will be to the bottom side of cables and measurements in m³ will be
calculated from the minimum dimensions in accordance with the specification and
drawings.
b. The rates shall allow for all additional like over break, storing, protection of other
services, pumping, smoothing of sides and bottoms, removal of rocks, clearing and
removal of waste, compacting as per drawing’s instruction, and all work incidental
but not specifically mentioned in the Bill.
c. The excavations shall be protected as called for in the Construction Regulations.
d. The excavation will be measured for the following types:i. Pickable Soil
ii. Soft Rock (Compressor & JCB)
iii. Hard Rock (Blasting, Excavator & Pecker)
11. When alternative prices for equipment and material from different manufacturers are
offered, the lowest price shall be quoted in the Bills as the main offer, when complying fully
with the Specification. All other alternative prices shall be mentioned in the covering letter.
12. The rates for concrete work shall be inclusive of:a. All concrete in structures to be mixed according to mass.
b. Suitable vibrators shall be used for all concrete work except floors.
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c. All tariffs shall include for all treatment of the concrete.
d. Test cubes by an accredited laboratory for 7 & 28 day results per structure, or truck
load whichever is the smallest
13. In these schedules the following meaning is attached to:a. Supply and Delivery
The prices for each item shall include for the complete supply and delivery to the
sites and must be inclusive of all sundry material necessary for the completion,
commissioning and putting to work of the equipment, as required by the
specification whether set out in detail or not.
b. Installation
Prices to include for off-loading, transportation on site, assembling, positioning,
levelling and preparation of site, co-ordination, approvals, organising of permits and
all the necessary civil and building work excavation of trenches, laying of cables,
bedding, backfilling, jointing, connecting, testing including any drying out process
and filtering, completion, painting, commissioning, completion of quality control
documentation, initial maintenance, O&M manuals/Data books/files, handing over to
the Employer in a satisfactory operating condition of the Works.
c. Termination
Prices for Terminations shall include the cable gland or K-clamp and the connection
of the cables’ tails to the terminals of the switchgear or bus bars. It shall also
include all labels as required (plastic nursery labels on low voltage cables and
punched metal labels on medium voltage cables).
14. Where structures are listed as D-DT references, the cost thereof shall:
a. Include sub-structures as referenced on the main D-DT drawing
b. include any other requirements as shown on the particular Standard Detail drawing
c. take cognisance of deviations as noted on the detailed notes section to ensure no
duplication between the cost allowed for on the main structure and that at the
detailed note section, mainly referencing any omissions in lieu of for example a
longer cross arm than the standard on a particular structure.
d. The notation “E” denotes extra over material that is not part of the standard D-DT
material, but shall be included in that particular structure price.
15. Where existing structures / transformers be replaced with new, the contractor shall allow in
his rate for new for the removal/modifications of old as necessary.
16. Payment claims submitted by the contractor shall use these bills as basis, in the prescribed
template that will be provided by the Engineer. Contractor shall keep a site diary and record
all material installed referenced to area installed and the date when it is installed, and shall
upon request by Engineer submit these as supporting documentation to any payment
request.
17. No compensation shall be made towards the contractor for loss of profit should any part of
the works not be executed.
18. This is a fixed price contract.
19. Pole holes to be dug by drilling rig and not by compressor/hand to speed the project.
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C4 PRICE LIST (BILL OF QUANTITIES)
Refer to Addendum A for Bills of Quantities
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C5 SCHEDULE OF DELIVERY DATES
Guaranteed delivery times
Weeks
Pine Wood Poles
ACSR Conductor
Transformers
Transformer Distribution Boards
MV Insulators
LV Aerial Bundle Conductors
Airdac
ABC Hardware
Service distribution boxes
Ready Boards
Pre-paid meters
Total project completion
Mark N/A where not applicable in this project.
Name
Position
Tenderer
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C6 SCHEDULE OF VARIATION RATES FOR DAY WORK
These rates will be applicable only if no rate exists in the Price List.
Item
Description
Rate
1.
Labour charge for Foreman
per hour
2.
Labour charge for Artisan
per hour
3.
Labour charge for Apprentice
per hour
4.
Labour charge for Labourer
per hour
5.
All-inclusive rate for Engineers
per hour
6.
Percentage profit charge on additional material
7.
Charge for private car
%
per km
per day
8.
Charge for truck not exceeding 1 ton, including driver
per km
per day
9.
Charge for truck not exceeding 8 tons, including driver
per km
per day
10.
Charge for truck not exceeding 12 tons, including driver
per km
per day
11.
Signed
Machinery & Equipment (specify for all to be used on the project,
per item)
Date
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C7 TECHNICAL SCHEDULES
GENERAL
Tenders shall submit all requested information in full but if the Tenderer desires, additional
information may be submitted in a covering letter.
Refer to Technical Schedules, Bills of Quantities and Drawings before completing the schedules to
ensure all material supplies complies to the specification.
The schedules will be scrutinized by the Representative/Agent and should any material offered not
comply with the requirements contained in the specification, the Contractor will be required to supply
material in accordance with the contract at no additional cost.
MV will refer to 22kV distribution and LV will refer to 400V distribution.
All material must be S.A.B.S. approved.
2.
WOODEN POLES
Description
1. Length of wood poles
Unit
m
16
MV
12
11
LV SC
7m
LV
9m
2. Type of wood
n.a.
Pine
Pine
Pine
Pine
Pine
3. Type of treatment of wood
n.a.
Creosote
Creosote
Creosote
4. Top diameter of pole
mm
200-220 200-220 180-200
120-140
140-160
5. Supplier of wood poles
n.a.
………………………..
6. Planting depth
3.
m
2.5
Creosote
2.0
1.8
…………
……………
1.3
1.5
STAYS
Description
1. Base plate diameter
Unit
mm
MV
375
LV
375
2. Base plate plant depth
mm
1600
1600
3. Stay rod diameter
mm
20 x 2000
20 x 2000
4. Stay rod tipe
n.d.
Nuteye M20
Nuteye M20
5. Threaded rod typ
n.a.
M20
M20
6. Threaded rod length
mm
350
350
7. Main supplier for stay
n.a.
……………
……………
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4.
MV OVERHEAD CONDUCTORS
1. Type of conductor
2. Average length of conductor
on drum
3. Supplier of conductor
5.
Unit
n.a.
MV
Hare
MV
Mink
MV
Fox
m
………
………
………..
n.a.
………
………
………..
MV INSULATORS
Description
1. Type of Insulators
Unit
n.a.
Intermediate
22 kV, 150 kV BIL
Cullinan EP 967
Strain
22 kV, 150 kV BIL
EBM 744 – CT long
Rod silicone
2. Pin Insulated Spindles
n.a.
M20 x 250
M20 x 250
3. Spacing between Insulators
n.a.
600 mm
600 mm
4. Spacing from top of pole
to first Insulator
n.a.
200 mm
200 mm
5. Supplier for Insulators
n.a.
……………………
……………………..
6. Ties
n.a.
Non metallic (PVC)
Preformed
Side ties
Dead end
Preformed
6.
LV INTERMEDIATE AND STRAIN ASSEMBLIES
Description
1. Type of clamps
Unit
n.a.
Intermediate
Suspension clamp
(SICAME ES S4 – 14)
Strain
Strain clamp
(SICAME EAS 54-10)
2. Catalogue number
n.a.
…………………….
……………………….
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7.
LV ABC CONDUCTOR AND CABLES
Description
1. Current Rating for:
25 mm²
35 mm²
50 mm²
70 mm²
95 mm²
120 mm²
150 mm²
Unit
ABC
Cables
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
98A
120A
150A
200A
240A
n.a
n.a
119A
140A
167A
200A
243A
310A
354A
2. Type
n.a.
3 phase conductor with
54.6mm² bare neutral
m
……………………..
4 Core CU cable
(600/1000 PVC PVC
SWA PVC Cu)
…………………….
n.a.
……………………..
……………………..
3. Average length of conductor
on drum
4. Supplier
8.
SERVICE CONNECTIONS
Description
Unit
Name
1. Distribution box supplier
n.a.
……………………………..
2. Split Concentric Airdac
n.a.
……………………………..
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9.
TRANSFORMERS
General Requirements
a)
Specification
SANS 780 as amended, must carry SABS mark
b)
Voltage at Normal Tap Position
HV 22 000 V
LV 415V
c)
kVA Rating
As Indicated in Schedule
d)
Losses
Low
e)
Number of Phases
3
f)
Cooling
ONAN
g)
Service
Outdoor
h)
Load type
Domestic to Light Commercial
i)
Windings
HV Delta Copper
LV Star Copper
j)
Vector Group
Dyn 11
k)
Tap Changer
No load ± 2,5% ± 5%
l)
Connection
HV Bushings
LV Bushings
m)
Surge Arrestor Mountings
MV Side, on tank
n)
Colour – Avocado Green
o)
No PCBs allowed in oil
p)
Test Certificates to be supplied per transformer
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Description
Unit
Data
1. Name of Manufacturer
n.a.
…………………………………
2 . Ratio
n.a.
22 kV / 415 / 235 V
3. Rating
kVA
4. No Load losses
Watt
…………… ………….… …………..
Full load losses
Watt
…………… ………….… …………..
Watt
…………… ………….… …………..
a) Full load with cos phi=
%
…………… ………….… …………..
b) Full load with cos phi= 0.8%
%
…………… ………….… …………..
6. Impedance at full load and principal
Tapping
%
…………… ………….… …………..
7. Maximum temperature rise of windings
(resistance measurement)
C
…………… ………….… …………..
8. Maximum permissible overload
from 50% load with ambient
temperature up to 45C
C
…………… ………….… …………..
Continuous for 120 minutes
A
…………… ………….… …………..
Continuous for 30 minutes
A
…………… ………….… …………..
5. Regulation
200
315
400
…………… ………….… …………..
…………… ………….… …………..
9. Measurement of transformers
a) Length
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
b) Width
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
c) Height
mm
10. Total Mass of transformer
(with oil)
kg
…………… ………….… …………..
…………… ………….… …………..
11. Thickness of material
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
12. Creepage distance of bushings
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
a) Phase to phase
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
b) Phase to Neutral
mm
…………… ………….… …………..
13. Clearances between bushings
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10.
SURGE ARRESTORS
Description
Unit
22 kV
1. Name of Manufacturer
n.a.
………………………………
2. Type No.
n.a.
………………………………
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
………………………………
………………………………
………………………………
mm
………………………………
Description
Unit
22 kV
1. Name of Manufacturer
n.a.
……………………………….
2. Type No.
n.a.
……………………………….
3. Creepage distance over insulator
mm
……………………………….
4. Additional information Tenderer
Wishes to submit
n.a.
……………………………….
Description
Unit
Data
1. Name of Manufacturer
n.a.
………………………………
2. Type of material
n.a.
………………………………
a) Length
mm
………………………………
b) Depth
mm
………………………………
c) Height
mm
………………………………
3. Type of surge arrester
a) Passive gap
b) Active gap
c) Zinc oxide
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
4. Creepage distance over
insulator
11.
12.
DROP-OUT FUSES
LOW VOLTAGE FUSES
4. Overall dimensions of housing
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13.
LOW VOLTAGE CABLES
1.
Name of Manufacturer
2.
Type of cable according to SABS 150
3.
CABLE JOINTS
3.1
Name of Manufacturer
3.2
Type
4.
CABLE TERMINATIONS
4.1
Name of Manufacturer
4.2
Type
14.
TRANSFORMER DISTRIBUTION BOARDS
a) TECHNICAL INFO:
1.
Name of Manufacturer
2.
Material
3.
Circuit Breakers
4.
Meter
5.
Current Transformers
6.
Colour
George Switchboards
CBi
Eskom Grey
b) TRANSFORMER DB SCHEDULES – See Addendum B:
Signed
Date
Name
Position
Tenderer
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C8 SCOPE OF WORK
See Addendum C
Page 73 of 80
C9 SITE INFORMATION
1. The site are located in Hanover in the Northern Cape.
2. No geotechnical test were done on site to determine the nature of the ground.
3. Contractor must however inspect the site, their surroundings and available in connection therewith
and make themselves thoroughly acquainted with the nature of:
a. The form and nature of the site and its surroundings.
b. The hydrological and climatic conditions. The means of access to the sites and the
accommodation required.
c. Location and cost associated with red soil.
Location and costs of dumping excavated material. Allow for 20km (round trip) for dumping at
Municipal approved dumping site.
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ADDENDUMS
Addendum A
Addendum B
Addendum C
Addendum D
Addendum E
Bill of Quantities
Pole Mounted DB Schedule
Scope of Work
Drawings
OHS Specifications
Page 75 of 80
ADDENDUM A
Page 76 of 80
ADDENDUM B
Page 77 of 80
ADDENDUM C
Page 78 of 80
ADDENDUM D
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ADDENDUM E
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BOQ Rev A
HANOVER ELECTRIFICATION
Bill 1
Unit
Qty
Rate
Total
a)
Facilities for the Contractor
Total cost of a construction camp complete with secure storage facilities, site
office with toilet and hand wash basin, air conditioner, table and chairs and
administrative offices.
Supply
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
b)
Removal on completion of contract
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
Preliminary & General Items
FIXED TERMS
Site Camp, Stores and Offices
Construction Machinery & Equipment
a)
Total cost of all construction machinery required during the project.
Supply to site.
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
b)
Removal on completion of contract.
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
1.1.3
Name Board
a)
Supply & installation of name board as per detail dwg.
No
1
………..……
………..……
b)
Removal of name boards at final hand over.
No
1
………..……
………..……
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
1.1.4
a)
1.1.5
Clearing of Site
Allow for clearing of site on completion of the Works.
Occupational Health and Safety
a)
Allow for Health & Safety Management Plan as per the Employer's
specifications.
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
b)
Other H&S requirements
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
1.1.6
Performance Guarantee
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
%
15%
………..……
………..……
Sum
1
R
25 000.00
………..……
Sum
1
R
20 000.00
………..……
No
50
a)
1.1.7
Allow for the fixed costs of the performance guarantee in accordance with the
Conditions of Contract.
Allowance for tracing of existing cables
a)
This sum will only be approved for spending by the engineer on proof of
invoices paid, plus attendance fee.
b)
Attendance fee on PC amount.
1.1.8
a)
1.1.9
a)
1.1.10
a)
Allowance for Damage and Repairs to Existing Services
This sum will only be approved for spending by the engineer on proof of
accidental damage.
Climatic Conditions
Allow for expenses which might occur due to rain or other climatic conditions.
(Tenderers to consult the Weather Bureau on average climatic conditions at the
site.)
Land Surveyor Pegs
Extra Allow for the re-installation of pegs other than those as measured for
setting out of the works.
Amount to be carried to the next page
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Rate
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Subtotal carried over
1.2
1.2.1
TIME RELATED ITEMS (Tenderer to fill in contract period in months under Qty)
Note: Complete as applicable and mark zero those not applicable
Site Camp, Stores, Accommodation & Senior Personnel
a)
Cost for the site camp & offices during contract period.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
b)
Accommodation of staff during contract period.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
c)
Costs for contract manager during contract period.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
d)
Costs for contract foreman during contract period.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
e)
Costs for contract administration personnel during contract period.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
1.2.2
a)
1.2.3
a)
1.2.4
a)
1.2.5
a)
1.2.6
a)
1.2.7
Construction Machinery & Equipment
Total cost of construction machinery and maintenance of all construction
machinery required during the project.
Co-operation & Liaison
Allow for co-operation & liaison with client, other contractors and engineer.
Security
Total cost for storing, guarding and protection of all material & equipment
during the contract period.
Insurance of the Works
Total cost of Insurance of the Works in accordance with the Conditions of
Contract.
Performance Guarantee
Allow for the time related costs of the performance guarantee in accordance
with the Conditions of Contract.
Health & Safety
a)
Allow for all Health & Safety requirements as per the Management Plan and
Employer's requirements.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
b)
Health & Safety Personnel.
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Weeks
…….
………..……
………..……
Months
…….
………..……
………..……
Sum
1
Day
1
………..……
Rate Only
1.2.8
a)
1.2.9
a)
1.2.10
a)
1.2.10
Program
Allow for weekly updating of program & progress as per the employer's format.
Community Liaison Officer (CLO)
Provision for CLO from start of construction untill end of construction
Training
Training for Municipality Electricity Department Staff
R
50 000.00
………..……
Extension of time costs
In the event of extension of time granted with cost, the total cost for
time related items claimed will be :
a)
Per calendar day
b)
Per Week
Week
1
………..……
Rate Only
c)
Per Month
Month
1
………..……
Rate Only
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Supply Rate
Install Rate
Total
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
NOTE: THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY
TO THE RELEVANT SABS SPECIFICATIONS.
2.1
MV Transformer Structure
Complete installation of transformers as per Eskom Distribution
Standards.
a)
Inspect existing transformer platform for suitability.
b)
2 Pole, as DDT 1861
Will only be used if existing is not suitable
2.2
Medium Voltage Transformers & associated works
(Structure measured in 2.1 above)
a)
MV Reticulation Transformers 200kVA as installed on 2-Pole
Structure, as DDT 1861
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
Earthing of Transformer ( MV+LV) Crows feet confuguration
(MV=insulated; both crowsfeet config.) As DDT 0627 & Detail
drawings provided
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
Remove existing transformer and deliver to municipal stores within
the municipality.
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
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a)
Surveying and Setting Out
Professional Land surveyor to be used
LV Pole Holes
No
9
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
Stay Holes
No
8
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
Strut Holes
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.3
Shared Medium/Low Voltage Structures:
(Mink Conductor)
Complete assembly and installation of structures as per DDT
standards, all inclusive and incorporating addisions or changes as per
detail drawing, unless specifically noted otherwise.
a)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Strain (0-60° dev.) assembly- As DDT
1121
No
2
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Strain (60-90° dev.) assembly- As DDT
1122
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Terminal assembly- As DDT 1120
No
5
………..……
………..……
………..……
d)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Suspension assembly- As DDT 1100
No
2
………..……
………..……
………..……
e)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Intermediate T-off assembly- As DDT
1140
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
f)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Cross Intermediate assembly- As DDT
1141
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
f)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Strain T-off assembly- As DDT 1142
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
f)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Cross Intermediate Strain assembly- As
DDT 1143
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
g)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Suspension assembly with pole top boxAs DDT 0305
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
h)
LV 3ø Bare Neutral ABC Suspension assembly without pole top box No
- As DDT 0307
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
3.4
Low Voltage ABC Conductors:
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
NOTE: THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY
TO THE RELEVANT SABS SPECIFICATIONS.
3.1
Low voltage ABC assemblies:
Supply, install and connect of low voltage ABC assemblies complete
with all hardware including the attachment of all hardware to the
poles.
3.2
Supply, erect, install and string low voltage conductors complete
including the splicing, clamping, terminating, tensioning, and
attachment to line hardware at all types of low voltage structures:
a)
3x95mm² + 54,6mm² Bare neutral, three phase ABC conductor
Amount to be carried to the next page
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Subtotal carried over
b)
3x70mm² + 54,6mm² Bare neutral, three phase ABC conductor
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
c)
3x50mm² + 54,6mm² Bare neutral, three phase ABC conductor
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
d)
3x35mm² + 54,6mm² Bare neutral, three phase ABC conductor
m
276
………..……
………..……
………..……
e)
2x25mm² + 54,6mm² Bare neutral, single phase ABC conductor
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
3.6
Pole Holes
a)
9m Wood Pole, 1.5m deep
No
9
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
7m Wood Pole, 1.2m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
3.7
Strut Holes
a)
16 m Wood Pole, 1m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
b)
12 m Wood Pole, 1m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
c)
11 m Wood Pole, 0.75m deep
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
d)
9m Wood Pole, 0.5m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
3.8
Stay Holes
a)
Stay Holes
No
8
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.9
Poles:
Handling, planting, labeling and backfilling, compaction of poles
complete.
a)
9m Wood pole handling and installation (160mm-179mm)
No
9
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
9m Wood pole handling and installatiuon (180mm-199mm)
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
c)
7m Wood pole handling and installation (160mm-179mm)
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
d)
11m Wood strut pole handling and installation (160mm-179mm)
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
e)
Labeling of LV poles
No
9
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.10 Low Voltage Stays/Struts:
a)
LV Strut Swiwel, as DDT 342. pole measured elsewhere
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
LV Stay, as DDT 0341
No
7
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
LV Hip Stay
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
No
4
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.11 LV Earthing of ABC Neutral
See Under Drawings, D4 Earthing, Drawing:
'Detail of LV Earthing' for Guidance.
a)
16mm² Cu earth including SABS approved earth spike, galv. kick
pipe, straps and termination to neutral
Amount to be carried to the next page
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LV earth spikes at houses:
Allow for 1,5m earth rod, terminations, 10m 10mm2 BCEW &
conduit saddled against wall to earth consumer DB's where needed.
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
Earth Rod Holes, 1.8m
No
4
………..……
………..……
………..……
Subtotal carried over
b)
c)
3.12 LV Pole Top Boxes:
Complete assembling and installation of structures.
Each box to be supplied with neutral bar, earth bar and 4 x colour
coded 16mm² x 2m long insulated conductors (minimum) for
connection between the box and ABC ( Red, White, Blue, Black+
the Service Taps ( 25-95 / 6-35 ). No of leads to increase according
to number of breakers per box. All must be UV Protected. Neutral
and earth bar to be connected internally. CBi QF range of breakers
only. Boxes should be lockable, each house connection to be labelled
and a WW7 warning sign should be present on the outside.
Split prepaid meters to be supplied and installed in the pole top
box - Measured elsewhere
a)
Pole Top Box 1-4 Way complete with 1 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
b)
Pole Top Box 1-4 Way complete with 2 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
Pole Top Box 1-4 Way complete with 3 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
d)
Pole Top Box 1-4 Way complete with 4 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
e)
Pole Top Box 5-8 Way complete with 5 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
f)
Pole Top Box 5-8 Way complete with 6 x 60Amp SP C1 MCB's
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
g)
High Mast feeder breaker (10A SP) installed in pole top box
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
3.13 LV TRF DB's as specified:
Complete assembling and installation of structures.
Price to include (i) appropriately sized galvanised HD kicker pipes to
each DB for supply to and feeder cables from the DB - Refer to
detail drawing of transformer structure for further information. (ii)
Appropriately sized galv cross arms for fing to structure. (iii) key
alike 50mm Viro Slots to each openable door. The boards shall
further more be built as per specific schedules as listed in the detail
specification and supplied by George Switchboards.
a)
Clinic TRF 1 DB (10kA)
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
Optical Eye Sensor (USB) for communicating with Elster Bulk
meters installed in the distribution boards. A complete software
package must be provided on CD/DVD be included to provide
complete access and use of the Elster meters.
No.
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
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3.14 Connecting of New LV Kiosks to Transformer or ABC
600/1000V PVC, PVC, SWA, PVC cable
(For connecting TFR to LV box,12m per connection)
a)
150mm² Cu x 4 core
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
b)
95mm² Cu x 4 core
m
24
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
70mm² Cu x 4 core
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
d)
50mm² Cu x 4 core
m
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
e)
35mm² Cu x 4 core
m
24
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.15 Terminations of 600/1000V PVC, PVC, SWA, PVC Cables
PVC cable
a)
i)
ii)
iii)
150mm² Cu x 4 core
at transformer
at LV distribution box
onto ABC Conductor
No
No
No
1
1
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
Rate Only
Rate Only
b)
i)
ii)
iii)
95mm² Cu x 4 core
at transformer
at LV distribution box
onto ABC Conductor
No
No
No
2
2
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
c)
i)
ii)
iii)
70mm² Cu x 4 core
at transformer
at LV distribution box
onto ABC Conductor
No
No
No
1
1
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
Rate Only
Rate Only
d)
i)
ii)
iii)
50mm² Cu x 4 core
at transformer
at LV distribution box
onto ABC Conductor
No
No
No
1
1
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
Rate Only
Rate Only
e)
i)
ii)
iii)
35mm² Cu x 4 core
at transformer
at LV distribution box
onto ABC Conductor
No
No
No
1
2
2
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
………..……
………..……
f)
i)
Existing Clinic Cable
Extend existing cable for Clinic to new LV kiosk & Terminate
Sum
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
3.16 Locks
a)
Assa Abloy Colour Coded Municipal Locks (A-B-C System) - Red
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
b)
Assa Abloy Colour Coded Municipal Locks (A-B-C System) - Blue
No
1
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
Assa Abloy Colour Coded Municipal Locks (A-B-C System) Green
No
6
………..……
………..……
………..……
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Qty
Supply Rate
Install Rate
Total
NOTE: THE COMPLETE INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY
TO THE RELEVANT SABS SPECIFICATIONS.
4.1
Pig Tails and Strain clamps
a)
12 mm dia Pigtail at house
No
18
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
Airdac strain clamp at house and main pole
No
36
………..……
………..……
………..……
c)
Airdac suspention clamp at intermediate pole
No
6
………..……
………..……
………..……
d)
12mm dia Pigtail at intermediate pole
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
4.3
Pre - Paid Meters
a)
Landis+Gyr E460P, G3-PLC DIN-R PLC + P160 CIU
No
Programmed to trip at 40A and Earth Leakage protection through the
60A Earth Leakage unit relay which is on board.
Metering and Control Unit (MCU) to be installed in the pole top
boxes. Each house needs to be equipped with a Standard-Base and
Relay Consumer Interface Unit (CIU). Rates to include pairing and
registering on the municipal database.
18
………..……
………..……
………..……
m
540
………..……
………..……
………..……
Contractor should confirm all necessary parameters with the
municipality before ordeing meters such as suplier group code
(SGC), tariff codes, etc.
4.4
Split Concentric Airdac
a)
a) 10mm² x 3 core
The contractor shall determine exact amount of conductor on site
before ordering. The quantity in the bill is only indicative.
Where there are open stands, install 30m of Airdac, neatly coiled at
poletop box or intermediate pole, cable tied and properly sealed for
future installation
4.5
Airdac Terminations
a)
At Pole Top box
No
18
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
At Readyboard in House
Rate to include entering building/structure (drilling), glands
through metal sheets, sealing of walls, routing through conduit,
entering DB, etc. Contractors advised to familiarise themselves
with the structures.
No
18
………..……
………..……
………..……
4.6
Poles:
Handling, planting, labeling and backfilling, compaction of poles
complete.
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
a)
9m Wood pole handling and installation (160mm-179mm) for road
crossing
Amount to be carried to the next page
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Bill 4
Service Connections
Unit
Z4-10
Qty
No
1
No
1
Supply Rate
Install Rate
………..……
………..……
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Total
Subtotal carried over
b)
c)
7m Wood pole handling and installation (120mm-139mm) next to
House
Contractor to determine on site whether these poles are required
based on type of structure present on site and site conditions.
5m Wood pole handling and installation (120mm-139mm) next to
House
Contractor to determine on site whether these poles are required
based on type of structure present on site and site conditions.
Rate Only
Rate Only
4.7
Pole Hole
a)
9m Wood Pole, 1.5m deep
No
3
………..……
………..……
………..……
b)
7m Wood Pole, 1,3m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
c)
5m Wood Pole, 1,0 m deep
No
1
………..……
………..……
Rate Only
4.8
Seals
a)
Integrity Control Systems LGM110 seals
No
100
………..……
………..……
………..……
Amount to be carried to the Summary
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SUMMARY OF PRICES
DESCRIPTION
AMOUNT
BILL 1 - PRELIMINARIES & GENERAL
…………………………
BILL 2 - MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION
…………………………
BILL 3 - LOW VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION
…………………………
BILL 4 - SERVICE CONNECTION
…………………………
SUBTOTAL
…………………………
+ CONTINGENCIES 10%
…………………………
SUBTOTAL
…………………………
PLUS 15% VAT
…………………………
TOTAL
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HANOVER ELECTRIFICATION
TRANSFORMER & DB COMPOSITION SHEET
GENERAL INFORMATION:
TRANSFORMER DISTRIBUTION BOARDS:
1. Colour:
2. IP rating:
Eskom Grey
IP65 rated
(weather & vermin proof)
3. Construction:
3.1 Manufactured from 3CR12, with a roof overhang over the doors.
3.2 Size of the kiosk shall be coordinated with site condition constraints and be so constructed to allow for sufficient
termination space, ventilation and heat dissipation according to regulations, and adhere to pole spacing of the
relevant D-DT structures.
3.3 DB doors shall have internal rib strengthening to prevent warping.
3.4 DB doors shall close via a stainless steel pad lockable handle with 3 pin lever lock system. No plastic or peuter
components shall be accepted.
3.5 The doors shall seal with a suitable rubber sealed, glued with a suitable glue to withstand harsh temperatures and
bond successfully to rubber and steel.
3.6 High Grade stainless steel or brass hinges shall be used, no nylon, aluminium or piano hinges will be accepted.
3.7 The number of ventilation slots required shall be determined by the panel builder
3.8 A removable gland plate shall be supplied to underside of the panel of appropriate size and strength for cable
termination.
3.9 The lock mechanism shall be covered with an anti-tamper lock protection box. The box shall be open on the bottom,
with mesh on top.
3.10 Pad locks shall be 50mm Viro or equal and approved unless a colour coded lock system is in place, or proposed in
which case that shall be allowed for instead.
3.11 When a photocell is required, it shall be of the miniature type, with a vandal proof cover and be placed on the side,
or above the door opening.
4. Labelling:
4.1 The transformer name shall be displayed as the DB name (50mm High Capitol black lettering on white UV resistant
traffolite labelling, in aluminium label rail)
4.2 Danger signs shall be displayed on each openable section of the DB.
4.3 All internal equipment shall be identified in the form of 10mm High block lettering on white traffolite label, in
aluminium label rail below the component. Where din rail ways are present, each breaker module shall be identified
with a numeric number, starting from top left with no "1" and continue for all ways, whether used or not. An A4
legend card shall then be used to define the purpose of these predefined label numbers. Each section shall have its
own A4 legend card holder, and the card holder shall have a non removable hardened Perspex cover slotted into the
holder, and held down by brass lock screw.
4.4 All labels shall in be screw fixed into the label holder for added protection against removal
5. General:
5.1 Busbars shall be rated at main breaker capacity + 25% minimum. Neutral and earth bars shall have sufficient predrilled holes, with all termination bolts and nuts.
5.2 All meters shall be programmed according to specification.
5.3 Stub busbars shall be present for all cable terminations in parallel or when cable to terminate is larger than the
maximum breaker termination size.
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TRANSFORMER DB-GENERAL
Addendum B
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Transformer Name:
Size:
Fault Current Level:
Type:
Windings
Voltages
Tap Changer
Colour
Clinic Trf
200 kVA
10 kA
Municipal Reticulation
Copper / Copper / Dyn 11
22 000 V / 415 V
No Load ±2,5% ±5%
Avocado Green
PURPOSE/FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Main Breaker
Busbars
QTY
L20B, 300A, 3 Pole MCCB
HD Copper Busbars (R, W, B, N)
HD Copper Busbars Pre-Drilled (Earth)
Equipped with appropriate nuts & bolts
Low Voltage Feeders (make provision for stub busbars where necessary )
Feeder Breaker to Feeder 1
G15D, 80A TP, 3 POLE MCCB
Feeder Breaker to Feeder 2
G15D, 125A TP, 3 POLE MCCB
Feeder Breaker to Clinic
G15D, 80A TP, 3 POLE MCCB
1
4
1
Spare Space
Street Light Control
Protection:
-Live
-Neutral
-Prefuse
G15D, 125A TP Cut-out with removable blanks
N/A
1
1
3
1
3
-Wiring
Dehnguard DG S 275 (952070)
Dehngap DGP C S (952030)
125A with fuse holders (if needed)
35mm² before the fuses, 16mm² Cu from fuses
further downstream
Clinic Meter
Elster A1140
1
Bulk Meter
Elster A1700 (Total Consumption) + appropriate
Class 0.5 CTs and fuses
1
Data Concentrator for Smart Meters
Space and pre-wiring for Landis+Gyr DC450 Data
Concentrator
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EMTHANJENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY
45 Voortrekker Street
De Aar
7000
Mr. Isak Visser
Tel: (053) 632 9100
Fax: (053) 631 0105
HANOVER ELECTRIFICATION
ADDENDUM C – SCOPE OF WORK
ADDENDUM C – SCOPE OF WORK
(a)
EXTENT OF THE WORKS
This specification provides for the manufacture, supply, delivery, transportation to site, off-loading,
installation, assembling, positioning, connecting, testing including any drying out process and filtering,
completion, painting, commissioning, initial maintenance of 12 months and handing over to the
Employer in a satisfactory operating condition of the complete contract as set-out in the specifications,
schedules drawing and summaries as follows:
a) The supply delivery and erection of a new transformer to existing H-pole (including earthing).
b) Removal of old transformer and delivery to Municipal Stores.
c) The supply, delivery and erection of new LV lines, LV kiosk and pole top bboxes.
d) The excavation, backfilling and compaction of cable trenches (where required).
e) The supply, delivery and installation and termination of feeder cables to new houses.
f) The supply delivery and erection of electrical fuses, links, and interconnecting cabling.
g) The disconnecting, rerouting and/or reconnecting of existing feeder and service connections.
h) The commissioning and put into operation of the works.
i) The preparation of a detailed O&M manual as prescribed (which shall include the training of the
municipal personnel).
Works shall be done in sections based on:

Site constraints and isolation of areas

Maximum allowed shutdown times

Contractor’s capacity
No sectional completion shall be done, and the works shall be handed over as a whole (unless funding
constraints require the project to be completed in sections).
The contractor including all his specialized sub-contractors (when applicable) shall comply fully to all
requirements as set-out in the contract and related documentation.
(b)
ORDER OF THE WORKS
Order of the works shall be planned between the client, engineer and contractor and be finalised after
programme has been accepted but before works can commence.
The works shall be completed as a whole and no sectional completion shall be applicable (unless
funding constraints require the project to be completed in sections).
(c)
SHUTDOWNS
The duration of shutdowns shall be determined based on practical isolation of sections of the network,
client detailed requirements and construction activities, preparation and execution methodolies and to
be agreed with the client in writing.
(d)
ACCESS & PERMITS
Access to crucial plant, emergency services facilities and businesses to be maintained at all times as
far as practically possible. Permit systems to be employed as decribed in more detail under the
specification. Site constraints, storage space available on site, rigging and ercetion requirements,
possible Traffic management, and OHS requirements to be taken into consideration and allowed for.
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(e)
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Refer to Addendum E
(f)
PROGRAMME AND MANAGEMENT
Refer to electrical specification for minimum programme set-up. It shall be noted that the programme
shall be so arrange that progress can be tracked on a 2 weekly cycle be indicating planned and actual
per bill line item. It shall further have the ability to track total percentage planned completed versus
actual completed measured in terms of time lapsed. Programme shall be provided 24hrs before each
technical and monthly meeting in electronic format to the principal agent.
It should be noted that the electrical construction shall be supervised on a full time basis by an
installation electrician with relevant experience, and in the full time employment of the selected
electrical contractor.
Refer to more detail on this under the detail specification.
(g)
SITE FACILITIES
Contractor shall make allowance for:





Ablution facilities.
Meeting room facilities.
Construction power & water during the works.
Staff eat & rest facilities.
Own storage facilities with necessary security.
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ADD C.1 General Specification
APPLICABALE STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS
REGULATIONS, FACTORIES ACT AND BY-LAWS:
(a) The latest issue of the SANS 10142-1 "Code of Practice for the Wiring of Premises”
called the "Wiring Code".
hereafter
(b) The Machinery and Occupational Safety Act 1993.
(c) The Municipal By-Laws and any special requirements of the local Supply Authorities.
(d) The local Fire Offices Regulations.
STANDARDS:
The standard electrical specification from the Department of Public Works shall form part of this
tender, and be regarded as the minimum requirements. Copies here-off can be downloaded from the
department’s website at the following address, or alternatively a copy can be obtained from the
consultant’s office on request:
 http://www.publicworks.gov.za/consultantsguidelines.html , item 6.5& 6.6, namely:
 General_Electrical_Specification_PartA_and_PartB.doc
 General_Electrical_Specification_Part_C.doc
Additionally all equipment used shall comply with regulatory and compulsory specifications as
referred to in latest version of SANS 10142-1-1, table 4.2.
Applicable Standards – SANS 10142-1-1:2008
1
2
3
4
Commodity
Scope
Safety
Standards
Recommended
Performance
Standard
Aerial bundled
Conductors
Bushbar
≤ 1 000 V
SANS 1418-1
Busbartrunking
systems
Cables (fixed
extruded)
Copper, aluminium or aluminium alloy
(purity and dimensions only)
All
Fixed extruded insulation 300/500V to
600/1 000 V
4
SANS 1195
SANS 60439-2
VC 8075ª
Cables (Flexible)
Cables
(Flexible cords)
Cables (heatresisting)
Cable (single core,
heat-resisting)
Cable glands
Flexible, PVC or rubber insulated
≤600/1 000 V
Conductors ≤ 185 mm²
Flexible cords
Conductors ≤ 4 mm²
Fixed, flexible, PVC or rubber insulated
≤ 600/1 000 V
Single core; Cu; ≤ 300 V
Rated temperature ≤ 250 ºC
Excluding
Circuit-breakers
Circuit-breakers
- entirely non-metallic
- for flameproof use
/n ≤ 125 A and /cu ≤ 10 kA
/n ≤ 125 A and /cu ≥ 10 kA
Circuit-breakers
125 A ‹ /n ≤1 000 A
Circuit-breakers
1 000 A ‹ /n
Circuit-breakers used
as switchdisconnectors
(isolators)
Circuit-breakers used
as switchdisconnectors
(isolators)
/n ≤ 125 A and /cu ≤ 10 kA
Circuit-breakers used
as switchdisconnectors
(isolators)
125 A ‹ /n ≤ 1 000 kA
Contract
Part C3: Scope of work
/n ≤ 125 A and /cu ≤ 10 kA
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SANS 1574-3
SANS 1574-5
VC 8006ª
SANS 1574-3
SANS 1574-5
SANS 529
SANS 1213
VC 8036ª
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 156, or
SANS 60947-2
(Ed.2 or later ed.)
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 156, or
SANS 60947-2
(Ed.2 or later ed.)
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 60947-2
(Ed.2 or later ed.)
VC 8036ª, or
VC 8036ª plus
SANS 60947-2
(ed.2.1 or later ed.)
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 156, or
SANS 609472(ed.2), or SANS
60947-2 (ed 2.1 or
later ed.)
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 156, or
SANS 609472(ed.2), or SANS
60947-2 (ed 2.1 or
later ed.)
C3.1
General Specification
Circuit-breakers used
as switchdisconnectors
(isolators)
1 000 A ‹ /n
Conduit
Conduit and fittings:
Rigid
Pliable
Flexible
SANS 61386-1
SANS 61386-21
SANS 61386-22
SANS 61386-23
PVC rigid conduit and fittings:
20 mm to 63 mm dia.
SANS 61386-1
SANS 61386-21
SANS 61386-23
SANS 556-1, or
SANS 156, or
SANS 609472(ed.2), or SANS
60947-2 (ed 2.1 or
later ed.)
Metal conduit: 20 mm to 50 mm dia.
Connectors
(terminals)
Contactors, motor
starters and overload
relays
Disconnectors
(non-trip)
Distribution boards
Metal fittings
Terminal blocks:
- clamping: ≤ 300 mm²
- screw type: ≤ 35 mm²
Flat push-on:
- 0,75 mm² to 10 mm ²
- ≤ 300 ºC
All
SANS 1433-1
IEC 60998-2-1
IEC 60998-2-2
SANS 1433-2
≤ 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.
SANS 60947-4-1
SANS 60947-4-2
SANS 60947-4-3
UL 508
SANS 60947-3
≤ 10 kA short-circuit current low-voltage
switchgear and control gear
SANS 1973-3
Assemblies › 10 k A
SANS 1973-1
SANS1973-8
For outdoor use and exposed to public
SANS 60438-5
Assemblies for construction sites
SANS 60439-4
Contract
Part C3: Scope of work
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C3.1
General Specification
Earth leakage circuitbreakers (ELCBs)
used as switchdisconnectors (with
isolation function
Earth leakage circuitbreakers (ELCBs)
used as switchdisconnectors (with
isolation function
/∆n ≤ 30 mA
Earth leakage circuitbreakers (ELCBs)
used as switchdisconnectors (with
isolation function
Earth leakage
switches (ELSWs)
used as switchdisconnectors (with
isolation function
Earth leakage
switches (ELSWs)
used as switchdisconnectors (with
isolation function
Earth rods
Earth wire
Electricity dispensers
(pre-payment meters)
Emergency stop
devices
Enclosures
Ferrules and lugs
/n ≤ 125 A; /∆n > 30 mA
Fuses (low-voltage)
Light dimmers
Contract
Part C3: Scope of work
VC 8035ª plus
7.2.7 of SANS 5561
See NOTE
/n ≤ 125 A; /∆n > 30 mA
VC 8035ª plus
7.2.7 of SANS 5561
See NOTE
SANS 60947-2
classified with an
isolation function
See NOTE
/∆n > 30 mA
VC 8035ª plus
7.2.7 of SANS 5561
See NOTE
/∆n > 30 mA
SANS 61008-1
(ed. 2.2)
See NOTE
All
Bare Copper
All
SANS 1411-1
SANS 1063
With mechanical latching function
SANS 60947-5-5
SANS 1524-1
IP ratings
Ferrules and lugs for copper and
aluminium conductors
Rated voltage < 1 000 V a.c.
Breaking capacity at least 6kA
Rated current < 1 250 A
Rated voltage < 690 V a.c.
For incandescent lamps –
- electromechanical 250 V
- electronic – maximum of 3kW
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SANS 60529
SANS 61238-1
SANS 60269-1
SANS 1012
SANS 60669-2-1
C3.1
General Specification
Luminaires
Medical electrical
equipment
Medical monitoring
device
Meter cabinets
Outlet boxes
Proximity switches
Push button, indicator
lights, etc.
Ready boards
(SPDU)
Shaver supply
transformers
(isolating
transformers)
Socket-outlets
Socket-outlets
(industrial type)
Stove coupler
Contract
Part C3: Scope of work
ELV systems
Pools and similar applications
Supply track systems
General
SANS 60598-2-23
SANS 60598-2-18
SANS 60570
Medical IT systems
IEC 61557-8
For outdoor use and exposed to public
All
Not with analogue outputs
< 250 V
Electromechanical control circuit
devices≤ 1 000 V
Non- extendable and extendable –
rated 230 V
Input: 250 V a.c. supply
Output: 110/230 V a.c.
Isolating: 20VA to 50 VA
SANS 60349-5
6 A, 3-pin, 250 V
VC 8008 and
SANS 164-3
16 A, 3-pin 250 V
VC 8008 and one
of SANS 164-1 or
SANS 164-2
Dedicated 16 A, 3-pin, 250 V
VC 8008 and
SANS 164-4
IEC systems for SELV plugs and
socket-outlets
SANS 60906-3
13 A fused flat pin
≤ 690 V: ≤ 250 A
BS 1363-2
SANS 1239
SANS 60309-1 and
SANS 60309-2
SANS 60309-1 of
dimensions as in
SANS 337
All
8
SANS 60601-1
SANS 1085
SANS 60947-5-2
SANS 60947-5-1
SANS 1619
SANS 61558-2-5
C2.4
General Specification
Surge arresters for
low-voltage systems
Switches (manually
operated)
Switches
(photoelectric)
Switches and switchdisconnectors (nontrip)
Switch-disconnectors
(trip)
≤ 1 000 V
SANS 61643-1
50 V – 440 V; 63 A
VC 8003ª
Time switches
Transfer switches
Transformers
(distribution)
Transformers
(isolating)
All
< 1 000 V
≤ 3 150 kVA
Maximum 36 kV
Test
Control
Separating (double –wound)
Shaver units
Safety isolating
Medical locations
Electronic converters (for lamps)
Electromechanical induction type
< 600V
Watt-hour meters
Wireways
Contract
Part C3: Scope of work
≤ 1 800 VA; 230 V
SANS 1777
≤ 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.
SANS 60947-3
See circuitbreakers used as
switchdisconnectors
IEC 60730-2-7
SANS 60947-6-1
SANS 780
SANS 61558-1
SANS 61558-2-2
SANS 61558-2-4
SANS 61558-2-5
SANS 61558-2-6
SANS 61558-2-15
SANS61347-2-2
SANS 62052-11
SANS 1799
SANS 62053-11
Electronic static for active energy