Lesotho Highlands Development Authority â€“ Procurement of Professional Services
The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (the implementing Authority of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project) intends to procure the following professional consultancy services:
|Availability of documents
|Date of compulsory pre-bid meeting
Deadline for submission
|Contract LHDA No. 6010. Professional Services for the Development of a Phase II Safety Health Environment and Quality Management (SHEQ) Framework
March 21 to April 5, 2016
|April 6, 2016
|May 9, 2016
The Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) is a multi-billion maloti/rand bi-national project which was established by the treaty of 1986, signed between the governments of the Kingdom of Lesotho and the Republic of South Africa. The LHWP includes large-scale civil engineering, socio-economic and environmental disciplines.
Phase II of the LHWP has two components, the Water Transfer Component and the Hydro-Electricity Component. The Water Transfer Component of Phase II will comprise a Concrete-Faced Rockfill Dam at Polihali, downstream of the confluence of Khubelu and Senqu (Orange) Rivers, and a gravity tunnel that will connect Polihali Reservoir to the Katse Reservoir.
Other Phase II activities include the establishment of advance infrastructure (roads, camps, power lines, telecommunication systems, etc), feeder roads and implementation of environmental and social impact mitigation measures.
COLLECTION OF BID DOCUMENTS
All bid documents may be obtained during the periods indicated above at no cost from the Phase II Project website.
Alternatively, for a non-refundable fee of R1 000, the documents may be collected from the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority, LHWP II Project Management Unit, 10th Floor Lesotho Bank Tower, Kingsway Road, Maseru, Lesotho, between the hours 09:00 and 15:00 during the dates indicated above.
Proof of payment to the LHDA account must be provided at the time of document collection. Banking details and specific information regarding these procurements can be obtained from LHDA’s website.