MAI-A-IHII WATER PROJECT
The tenders floated were for the above project
The suppliers who submitted their bids were:
1. Edcon Enterprises ltd. -Kshs. 1,012,986
2. Supper trend General Suppliers -Kshs. 1,737,000
3. Welgate Entrprises -Kshs. 1,117,940
4. Frankirr Contruction & Mechanical & General Supplies – Kshs. 3,483,601
5. Dynamite Civil and Electrical -Kshs. 953,400
6. Burnett Enterprises -Kshs. 1,382,864
7. Frankmack Supplies Services -Kshs. 1,509,180
8. Nextend supplies enterprises –Kshs. 1,448,870
9. Wigma Enterprises Co. Ltd -Kshs. 1,385,700
10. Frelins Investments –Kshs. 1,878,480
11. Lissome Enterprises –Kshs. 1,234,440
12. Lucimna Printed Enterprise –Kshs. 996,090
13. G. North & Son –Kshs. 2,902,996
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC awarded Dynamite Civil and Electrical contractors as they were the lowest bidders. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award DYNAMITE CIVIL AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS at a total cost of KSHS. 953,400 The balance of Kshs. 46.600 would be used for labour and project administration costs.

RIU NDERI PRIMARY SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the completion of classes. The project has an allocation of Kshs. 1,500,000
The contractors who submitted their bids were:
1. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 1,676,440
2. Trijaz – Kshs. 5,959,800
3. Peky Metal Works – Kshs. 1,243,090
4. Frakmark Suppliers – kshs. 3,545,310
5. Dymnamite Civil – Kshs. 1,621,870
6. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 1,598,504
7. Pronto Builders – Kshs. 1,444,235
8. Lishaki solutions – Kshs. 1,368,044
9. Edcon Enterprises – Kshs. 1,587,410
10. Bunashan – Kshs. 1,670,200

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended PEKY METAL WORKS as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award the tender to Peky Metal Works at a total cost of KSHS. 1,243,090 as they were the lowest bidders. The balance of Kshs. 256,910 would be used for labour costs. The PMC has requested the CDF for additional funds as the balance would not be sufficient for labour.


RIU NDERI POLICE POST

The quotations for the above project had been set aside for the youth only. Therefore the firms that did not have the Youth Access to Government Procurement Opportunities (YAGPO) certificate were disqualified.
The firms who submitted their bids for the project were:
FIRM AMOUNT YAGPO
1. Lishaki Solutions – Kshs. 250,590 √
2. Reapers Enterprises – Kshs. 321,560 √
3. Grancy Contractors – Kshs. 332,315 ×
4. Lissom Enterprises – Kshs. 528,965 √
5. Five Acres Contractors ltd – Kshs. 299,100 √
6. Mofic Investments – Kshs. 435,076 √
7. Ranshi Gen Contractors – Kshs. 422,580 √
8. Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent – Kshs. 307,104.40 √
9. Dream Home Construction Co Ltd – Kshs. 326,550 √
10. Supertrend Gen Supplies – Kshs. 354,680 ×
11. The build Us Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 309,400 ×
12. Nextend Supplies Ent – Kshs. 255,625 √
13. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 312,450 ×
14. Joe Limited – Kshs. 388,900 √
15. Décor Hardware – Kshs. 206,460 ×
16. Monan Ent – Kshs. 313,010 ×
17. Trijaz investments – Kshs. 313,010 √
The committee analyzed the documents and recommended LISHAKI SOLUTIONS for award at a total cost of KSHS. 250,590. The balance of Kshs. 49,410 will be used for labour costs and project administration expenses. Décor hardware who was the lowest bidder was disqualified as he did not have the (YAGPO) certificate.

KINOO POLICE POST
The quotations for the above project had been set aside for the youth only. Therefore the firms that did not have the Youth Access to Government Procurement Opportunities (YAGPO) certificate were disqualified.
The firms who submitted their bids for the project were:
FIRM AMOUNT YAGPO
a. Simplified Logistics – Kshs. 352,750 ×
b. Reapers Enterprises – Kshs. 129,035 √
c. Grancy Contractors – Kshs. 184,410 ×
d. Lissom Enterprises – Kshs. 282,850 √
e. Five Acres Contractors ltd – Kshs. 142,590 √
f. Mofic Investments – Kshs. 126,819 √
g. Ranshi Gen Contractors – Kshs. 209,760 √
h. Dream Home Construction Co Ltd – Kshs. 144,550 √
i. Supertrend Gen Supplies – Kshs. 139,780 ×
j. The build Us Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 159,700 ×
k. Nextend Supplies Ent – Kshs. 163,620 √
l. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 156,960 ×
m. Joe Limited – Kshs. 185,090 √
n. Décor Hardware – Kshs. 69,204 ×
o. Monan Ent – Kshs. 170,470 ×
p. Trijaz investments – Kshs. 142,990 √
q. Zwap solutions – kshs. 306,372 √

The committee analyzed the documents and recommended MOFIC INVESTMENTS for award at a total cost of KSHS. 126,819. The balance of Kshs. 73,181 will be used to pay for labour and project administration expenses. Décor hardware who was the lowest bidder was disqualified as he did not have the (YAGPO) certificate.

NACHU HIGH SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the construction of the above project.
The contractors who submitted their bids were:
1. Simexpo agencies – Kshs. 5,939,720
2. Nyamarigi construction company – Kshs. 6,288,320
3. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs. 10,578,505
4. Gateway Africa Ent – Kshs. 17,484,660
5. Carem East Africa ltd – Kshs. 6,342,360
6. Tetenek company ltd – Kshs. 6,736,410
7. Five acres Contractors – Kshs. 1,622,204
8. Kima and partners ltd – Kshs. 6,782,298
9. Trijays investments – Kshs. 18,248,320
10. Palm logistics ltd – Kshs. 4,413,934
11. Mbaki-ini Enterprises – Kshs. 4,910,020
12. Wigma Enterprises – Kshs. 8,488,180
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had awarded Mbaki-ini Enterprises. The lowest bidder Five acres Contractors had not completed filling in the BOQ. Palm logistics ltd had wrong calculations in their bid. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award MBAKI-INI ENTERPRISES at a total cost of Kshs. 4,910,020. The project had an allocation of Kshs. 2,000,000 and also had an earlier allocation of Kshs. 1,500,000 for the administration block. Therefore the project had a total of Kshs. 3,500,000. The project also had some materials on site. The committee requested the clerk of works to scale down the works to the Kshs. 3,500,000 amount available and also factor in the materials on site in order to reduce the cost of construction.

GICHARANI PRIMARY SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the supply of building materials to the above project.
The suppliers who submitted their bids were:
1. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 1,537,100
2. Trijaz investment – Kshs. 1,693,410
3. Peky Metal Works – Kshs. 1,367,525
4. Frakmark Suppliers – Kshs. 3,872,692
5. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 1,434,800
6. Pronto Builders – Kshs. 1,354,730
7. Lishaki Solutions – Kshs. 1,307,630
8. Edcon Enterprises – Kshs. 1,665,820
9. Bunashan – Kshs. 1,560,340
10. Reapers Enterprises – Kshs. 1,563,030
11. Supertrend Gen Supplies – Kshs. 1,735,150
12. The build Us Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 1,869,730
13. Nextend Supplies Ent – Kshs. 1,489,005
14. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 2,007,660
15. Décor Hardware – Kshs. 1,230,610
16. Trijaz Investments – Kshs. 1,693,410
17. Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent – kshs. 1,772,489
18. Peky Metal Works – kshs. 1,367,525
19. Stan Contractors – kshs. 1,989,150
20. Calwin Agencies – kshs. 1,855,500

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Lishaki solutions as the lowest firm Décor Hardware had not attached his tax compliance certificate. The CDF tender committee agreed to award the tender to DÉCOR HARDWARE at a total cost of Kshs. 1,230,610 subject to his availing the tax compliance certificates. Failure, to do so, the tender would go to the second lowest bidder. The balance of Kshs. 769,390 would be used for labour costs and project administration expenses. (Tender was awarded to Lisharki Solutions @ Kshs. 1,307,630)

FR. KELVIN KELLY HIGH SCHOOL

The tender for the above project was cancelled since the document given to bidders was not clear. It was a combination of a schedule of materials and full contract for the electrical and mechanical works. The committee agreed that the clerk of works would analyze the document and establish whether the tender should be done as a full contract due to the sensitivity of a laboratory or the sub structures to be done labour based and the internal works of the lab done by a specialist.

RENGUTI PRIMARY SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the construction of a toilet at the above school.
The contractors who submitted their bids were:
1. Simexpo Agencies – Kshs. 1,153,585
2. Nyamarigi Construction Company – Kshs. 1,299,810
3. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.1,228,360
4. Gateway Africa Ent – Kshs. 1,245,330
5. Kima and Partners Ltd – Kshs. 1,024,460
6. Wigma Enterprises – Kshs. 1,576,190
7. Ittiyo Trading Ltd – Kshs. 1,817,770
8. Grancy Contractors ltd – Kshs. 1,632,175
9. Minaars Building Suppliers – Kshs. 1,188,230
10. Soskah Building Contractors ltd – Kshs. 1,418,335
11. Sawaka Ltd – Kshs. 1,315,520
12. Nuhu Agencies – Kshs. 1,127,490
13. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd -Kshs. 956,695+200,000=1,156,690
14. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 983,620

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Davemart Enterprises Ltd as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award the tender to DAVEMART ENTERPRISES LTD at a total cost of KSHS. 983,620 as they were the lowest bidders. The balance of Kshs. 16,380 would be used for project administration costs.

MAMA NGINA PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the construction of an ablution block at the above school.
The contractors who submitted their bids were:
1. Nyamarigi Construction Company – Kshs. 1,882,780
2. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.1,835,485
3. Grancy Contractors ltd – Kshs. 1,899,652
4. Soskah Building Contractors ltd – Kshs. 1,937,590
5. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs. 1,376,855
6. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 1,404,850
7. Carem East Africa Ltd – Kshs. 1,470,950
8. Frankirr Construction – Kshs. 1,412,280
9. Penka Auto Tech Services – Kshs. 1,346,470

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Penka Auto Tech Services as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award the tender to PENKA AUTO TECH services at a total cost of KSHS. 1,346,470 as they were the lowest bidders. The committee noted that the project only had an allocation of Kshs. 1,000,000. ( For Mama Ngina Primary School, the full CDFC agreed that the works should be re-measured and retendered. This means that the public works officer and the area representative should visit the site and work on the new scope of works)

MUSA GITAU SECONDARY SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the supply of building materials for the construction of a dormitory at the above school.
The suppliers who submitted their bids were:
1. Nyamarigi Construction Company – Kshs. 3,325,180
2. Grancy Contractors ltd – Kshs. 2,867,226
3. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 3,381,502
4. Fairdeal glassmart and hardware – Kshs. 3,077,520
5. Lisharki solutions – Kshs. 3,276,250
6. Peki metal works – Kshs. 3,423,586
7. Joe Limited – Kshs. 2,580,780

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Joe Limited as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award the tender to JOE LIMITED at a total cost of Kshs. 2,580,780 as they were the lowest bidders. The balance of Kshs. 419,220 would be used for labour costs and project administration exepnses. The CDF funds would do the foundation, the pillars and the slab for the dormitory. The school administration would top up the balance required for labour and completion of the building