Tenders submitted for roads, drains in Bon Success

Residents of Bon Success in Lethem, Region 9 will soon benefit from the construction of roads and RC drainage structures at the Lethem Industrial Estate in their village in the Rupununi District.

With the procuring company being the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, bids were yesterday received for the project.

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The same ministry also received bids for a specialist consultant for a management information system for the Small Business Bureau.
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While an Information Technology Consultant was also sought no tenders were received for that post.

Meanwhile bids were received for the rehabilitation of NDIA drainage pumps within regions 2, 3, 4, and 6.
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Bids were also received for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the Installation of an electrical and photovoltaic system to the Tukeit Guesthouse and Waden/Caretaker’s building at the Kaieteur National Park in Region 8.
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