KIKUYU DAY SECONDARY SCHOOL
The tenders floated were for the construction of the first floor of the school’s dormitory and the amount allocated for the project is Kshs. 2,000,000.
The suppliers who submitted their bids were:
1. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 2,435,080
2. Grancy Contractors – Kshs. 3,796,500
3. Joe Limited – Kshs. 2,179,598
4. Chrismak enterprises ltd – Kshs. 2,886,386
5. Reagan contractors ltd – Kshs. 2,861,608
6. Fairway International property co. – Kshs. 2,336,380
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC awarded Fairway International property co. the second lowest bidders at Kshs. 2,336,380. The lowest bidder Joe Ltd was disqualified for deliberately filling in wrong figures.
The tender committee members were concerned about the low turn out of bidders and resolved that the tenders to be floated again to attract more bidders and ensure that the school gets value for money since the amount of funds available is Kshs. 2,000,000 only.

KIDFARMACO PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the construction of two classes at the above school. The project has an allocation of Kshs. 2,000,000
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 1,637,470
2. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 1,756,515
3. Lisharki solutions – Kshs. 1,627,530
4. Lissom Enterprises – Kshs. 2,236,300
5. Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent – Kshs. 1,843,060
6. Monan Ent – Kshs. 1,831,900
7. Joe Limited – Kshs. 1,157,190
8. Fairway International property co. – Kshs. 1,438,480
9. Njakia timber – Kshs.1,544,750
10. Chrismak enterprises ltd – Kshs. 1,679,300
11. Calwin agencies – Kshs.2,245,492
12. Winnie Larekes – Kshs. 2,424,184
13. Terrific enterprises – Kshs. 2,006,700
14. Timnath enterprises ltd – Kshs. 1,373,690
15. The build us ent – Kshs. 1,630,190
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Lisharki solutions. This decision was not ratified by the committee members since they noted the following:
a. The lowest bidder Joe limited had deliberately made wrong calculations and was therefore disqualified.
b. The CDF tender committee agreed that the second lowest firm Timnath enterprises ltd who had quoted Kshs.1,373,690 will be awarded the tender for the supply of building materials to the school.
c. The balance of Kshs. 550,000 was approved to be utilized for labour and Kshs. 76,310 was approved to be utilized for project administration expenses.

THIRIME PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the renovation of classes at the above school. The project had an allocation of Kshs. 1,000,000
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 765,820
2. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 839,435
3. Lissom Enterprises – Kshs. 871,900
4. Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent – Kshs. 633,780
5. Joe Limited – Kshs. 650,130
6. Fairway International property co. – Kshs. 690,030
7. Njakia timber – Kshs. 869,700
8. Chrismak enterprises ltd – Kshs. 692,140
9. Winnie Larekes – Kshs. 815,330
10. Terrific enterprises – Kshs. 827,150
11. Timnath enterprises ltd – Kshs. 820,350
12. The build us ent – Kshs. 759,300
13. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 962,550
14. Trijaz investments – Kshs. 895,800
15. Edcon ent – Kshs. 1,084,430
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent at a total cost of Kshs. 633,780. The balance of Kshs. 330,000 will be utilized for labour expenses and Kshs. 36,220 will be used for project administration expenses.

NACHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of classrooms and fixing of gutters at the school. The school had an allocation of Kshs. 837,931
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 444,770
2. Lissom Enterprises – Kshs. 548,500
3. Murax Ralmu Bigask Ent – Kshs. 430,150
4. Fairway International property co. – Kshs. 482,630
5. Terrific enterprises – Kshs. 695,500
6. Timnath enterprises ltd – Kshs. 428,100
7. The build us ent – Kshs. 442,690
8. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 651,900
9. Trijaz investments – Kshs. 553,170
10. Edcon ent – Kshs. 495,160
11. Dwyer city – Kshs. 432,410
12. Calwin agencies – Kshs. 510,632
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Dwyer city the third lowest firm. The CDF tender committee agreed to award the lowest firm Timnath enterprises ltd at a total cost of Kshs. 428,100. The balance of Kshs. 380,000 will be used for labour expenses which will include renovation of some classrooms and Kshs. 29,831 will be used for project administration expenses.

THOGOTO PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of classrooms at the school. The project had an allocation of Kshs. 1,000,000
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Fairway International property co. – Kshs. 510,570
2. Lishaki solutions – Kshs. 521,870
3. Winnie Larekes – Kshs. 504,220
4. Bunashan agencies – Kshs. 605,650
5. Peki metal and hardware – Kshs. 642,360
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Lisharki solutions the third lowest firm. The CDF tender committee agreed to award the lowest firm Winnie Larekes at a total cost of Kshs.504,220. The balance of Kshs. 450,000 will be used for labour expenses and Kshs. 45,780 will be used for project administration expenses.

MAMA NGINA KENYATTA PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the construction of a ramp and two classrooms at the school. The school has a total allocation of Kshs. 2,935,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Dynamite civil and electrical – Kshs. 3,291,300
2. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs. 3,209,827
3. Tetenek company – Kshs. 3,472,910
4. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs. 2,972,130
5. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.2,758,665

The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had not recommended any firm for award. The CDF tender committee agreed to award the tender to Sequid Hardware ltd at a total cost of Kshs. 2,758,665 who was the lowest bidder. The members discussed Sequid Hardware at length and they were in agreement that so far he had done quality works at the projects that he had been awarded.
The members agreed that the balance of the funds Kshs. 176,335 would be used to settle the extra works that emerged during the first contract which was being carried out by Njosa Contractors Ltd.
The school BOM will also be requested to source for funds for the boy’s toilets and for the project administration expenses.

KERWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the supply of materials for the renovation of classrooms at the above school. The amount of funds allocated to the project was Kshs. 1,500,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Dwyer city – Kshs. 1,153,150
2. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.1,153,625
3. Wigma enterprises – Kshs. 1,816,250
4. Frankirr construction – Kshs. 1,296,850
5. Carem E Africa – Kshs. 1,438,200
6. The build us ent – Kshs. 1,333,000
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Sequid Hardware ltd the third lowest firm. The lowest firm Dynamite civil and electrical had not quoted for timber. Dwyer city had not quoted for timber and windows. The CDF tender committee members therefore agreed to award the tender for the supply of materials for the rehabilitation of classrooms to Sequid Hardware ltd at a total cost of Kshs. 1,153,625. The members agreed that Kshs. 430,000 would be used for labour expenses and Kshs. 370,000 will be used for purchase of more materials to rehabilitate more classrooms, construct a gate as well as do wiring for electricity installation at the school. Kshs. 46,375 will be used for project administration expenses.

LUSSIGETTI WATER PROJECT

The tenders floated were for the purchase of pipes and piping to help pump water from the borehole to the reservoir tank located at Lussigetti DEB Primary School.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Dwyer city – Kshs.494,287
2. Lucimna Printec – Kshs. 891,973
3. Dynamite civil and electrical – Kshs. 713,140
4. Steja general suppliers – Kshs. 827,520
5. Edcon enter – Kshs. 443,760
6. Welgate ent – Kshs. 536,300
7. Burunet Business Solutions Ltd – Kshs. 3,660,940
8. Lissom ent – Kshs.451,090
9. Frankmack suppliers – Kshs. 602,713
10. Vester limited – Kshs. 6,216,311.50
11. Polypipes limited – Kshs. 401,500
12. Wigma enterprises – Kshs. 797,550
13. Piety disatributors – Kshs. 585,440
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Polypipes Limited as it was the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award Polypipes Limited at a total cost of Kshs. 401,500. The members approved that Kshs. 98,500 will be used for labour expenses and the project committee members will top up the balance of labour as well as cater for project administration expenses.

THAMANDA –ACK – KWA MINDO ROAD
The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of the road. The amount allocated to the road is Kshs. 2,000,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Dynamite civil and electrical Contractors – Kshs.1,812,800
2. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs.1,399,100
3. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs.1,457,400
4. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.1,925,400
5. Jajastan services ltd – Kshs.1,954,700
6. Layban investments – Kshs.1,737,700
7. Simplified logistics – Kshs.1,758,200
8. Mbaki-ini enterprises ltd – Kshs.1,728,700
9. Interstate ventures – Kshs.1,781,000
10. Simexpo agencies – Kshs.1,675,200
11. Nuhu agencies – Kshs.1,731,400
12. Grancy contractors – Kshs.1,132,900
13. Shinrai cheque collectors – Kshs.1,773,500
14. Wigma enterprises – Kshs.2,170,500
15. Ryance services – Kshs.1,949,500
16. Juwakah construction co ltd – Kshs.1,728,700
17. Carem E. Africa ltd – Kshs.1,857,700
18. Farcrest international – Kshs.1,937,000
19. Alphanica civil contractors ltd – Kshs.3,222,800
20. Milestone engineering ltd – Kshs.1,995,500
21. Dweyer city ltd – Kshs.1,662,100
22. Jonmar Ent. Ltd – Kshs.1,713,650
23. 5 acres contractors – Kshs.1,597,640
24. One day enterprises – Kshs.1,869,000
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended 5 acres contractors the fourth lowest firm. The lowest firm Grancy contractors had not attached their tax compliance certificate and had quoted too low. The firm was disqualified and the CDF tender committee resolved to award the tender for rehabilitation of the road to Mawan Building Contractors Ltd at a total cost of Kshs.1,399,100 as it was the second lowest bidder. The members also resolved to request the constituency roads engineer to add more murram to the road worth Kshs.550,000 only. The project management committee members will be allowed to use Kshs. 50,900 for project administration expenses.


KINOO (GAITUMBI HILL) TOWN ROAD

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of Gaitumbi hill along Kinoo Town roads. The project has Kshs. 136,500 only.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs.237,000
2. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs.137,900
3. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.327,200
4. Jajastan services ltd – Kshs.141,840
5. Simexpo agencies – Kshs.209,400
6. Nuhu agencies – Kshs.206,400
7. Palm logistics – Kshs.119,900
8. Zwap solutions – Kshs.128,500
9. Grancy contractors – Kshs.144,700
10. Shinrai cheque collectors – Kshs.261,250
11. Joe ltd – Kshs.95,800
12. Wigma enterprises – Kshs.438,000
13. Juwakah construction co ltd – Kshs.138,200
14. Jeyspark works – Kshs.491,500
15. Alphanica civil contractors ltd – Kshs.281,320
16. Jonmar Ent. Ltd – Kshs.123,860
17. Supertag – Kshs.124,200
18. 5 acres contractors – Kshs.122,900
19. Frankmac suppliers – Kshs.273,500
20. Nyamarigi construction – Kshs.133,300
21. Gestol merchants – Kshs.503,860
22. One day enterprises – Kshs.122,000
23. Kenyash inter business – Kshs.327,500
24. Kanara construction – Kshs.372,500
25. Thwaka gen contractors – Kshs.170,700
26. Ryance services – Kshs.114,950
The CDF tender committee agreed to award Joe ltd the tender at Kshs. 95,800 since he was the lowest bidder . The balance of Kshs. 35,000 will be used for purchase of more murram as per the engineer’s instructions and Kshs. 5,700 will be used for project administration expenses.

KIDFAMACO MAIN ROAD

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of Kidfarmaco Main road. The project was allocated Kshs. 1,000,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were
1. Atlas International – Kshs.806,300
2. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs.785,000
3. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs.745,250
4. Sequid Hardware ltd – Kshs.916,100
5. Jajastan services ltd – Kshs.980,000
6. Wang ujenzi company – Kshs.918,500
7. Wahannah d.k contractors – Kshs.1,121,750
8. One Day Ent ltd – Kshs.850,000
9. Zoar gen contractors – Kshs.924,250
10. Layban investments – Kshs.864,500
11. Simplified logistics – Kshs.1,004,000
12. Mbaki-ini enterprises ltd – Kshs.883,750
13. Interstate ventures – Kshs.965,000
14. Alvan holding – Kshs.1,093,000
15. Simexpo agencies – Kshs.834,250
16. Nuhu agencies – Kshs.809,000
17. Zwap solutions – Kshs.927,000
18. Grancy contractors – Kshs.601,000
19. Joe ltd – Kshs.965,500
20. Ryance services – Kshs.987,000
21. Juwakah construction co ltd – Kshs.876,500
22. Carem E. Africa ltd – Kshs.965,500
23. Farcrest international – Kshs.830,750
24. Milestone engineering ltd – Kshs.862,000
25. Dweyer city ltd – Kshs.895,750
26. Jonmar Ent. Ltd – Kshs.870,950
27. 5 acres contractors – Kshs.820,500
28. Nyamarigi construction – Kshs.850,000
29. Kenyash inter business – Kshs.850,000
30. Kanara construction – Kshs.824,750
31. Edsaco enterprises – Kshs.851,750
32. Tetenek co ltd – Kshs.795,750
33. Soskah building contractors – Kshs.838,000
34. Dream home construction co – Kshs.767,000
35. Jengika ltd – Kshs.860,650
36. Thwaka gen contractors – Kshs.864,500
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Dream Home Construction Co the third lowest firm. The lowest firm Grancy contractors had not attached their tax compliance certificate or registration certificate and had quoted too low. The second lowest firm Davemart Enterprises Ltd was disqualified due to poor previous performance on the Kiawamagira road. The CDF tender committee agreed to award the tender to Dream Home Construction co at a total cost of Kshs.767,000. The members agreed that the Kshs. 200,000 would be used to spread more murram on the road and Kshs. 33,000 will be utilized by the PMC as project administration expenses.

MUSA GITAU – GATOBU –GIKAMBURA ROAD

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of the road which had an allocation of Kshs. 1,500,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Atlas International – Kshs.1,465,200
2. Shinrai cheque collectors – Kshs.1,145,200
3. Dynamite civil and electrical – Kshs.1,358,240
4. Alphanica civil contractors ltd – Kshs.2,329,700
5. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs.981,650
6. Davemart Enterprises Ltd – Kshs.1,115,700
7. One Day Ent ltd – Kshs.1,488,300
8. Simplified logistics – Kshs.1,311,920
9. Mbaki-ini enterprises ltd – Kshs.1,325,000
10. Interstate ventures – Kshs.1,335,600
11. Simexpo agencies – Kshs.1,180,400
12. Nuhu agencies – Kshs.1,215,800
13. Grancy contractors – Kshs.773,900
14. Joe ltd – Kshs.1,085,200
15. Juwakah construction co ltd – Kshs.1,325,700
16. Farcrest international – Kshs.1,234,900
17. Milestone engineering ltd – Kshs.1,277,200
18. Dweyer city ltd – Kshs.1,194,720
19. Jonmar Ent. Ltd – Kshs.1,294,580
20. 5 acres contractors – Kshs.1,138,100
21. Nyamarigi construction – Kshs.1,295,600
22. Edsaco enterprises – Kshs.1,317,400
23. Soskah building contractors – Kshs1,280,800
24. Jengika ltd – Kshs.1,199,100
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Mawan Building Contractors Ltd the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award the tender to Mawan Building Contractors Ltd at a total cost of Kshs. 981,650. The members resolved that Kshs. 460,000 will be used to do more work on the road i.e installation of a culvert at Gatobu and spreading of more murram on the road. Kshs. 68,350 will be utilized by the PMC as project administration expenses.

KIAWAMAGIRA ROAD

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of the above road located at Kiawamagira village. The project was allocated Kshs. 1,500,000 to put up flood mitigation structures along the road which cuts across Kiawamagira village. The area is swampy and that is why the criteria set was different whereby, the C.V of the lead engineer was to be attached and proof of works done previously in a swampy area.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Wotasan enterprises ltd – Kshs.976,300
2. Mawan Building Contractors Ltd – Kshs.1,200,500
3. Mbaki-ini enterprises ltd – Kshs.1,364,300
4. Palm logistics – Kshs.943,400
5. Farcrest international – Kshs.1,303,340
6. Milestone engineering ltd – Kshs.1,347,490
7. Thwaka gen contractors – Kshs.1,461,050
8. Wang Ujenzi co ltd – Kshs.1,389,150
The committee analyzed the documents from the PMC. The PMC had recommended Wotasan Enterprises ltd the lowest firm. The CDF tender committee ratified the PMC’s decision to award Wotasan Enterprises ltd at a total cost of Kshs. 943,400. The Constituency roads engineer will be requested to prepare a workplan for additional works for Kshs. 485,000 to put up more flood mitigation structures in the village including culverts and drainage tunnels. The members resolved to allocate Kshs. 71,600 to the PMC for project management expenses.

KANYANJARA PRIMARY SCHOOL

The tenders floated were for the rehabilitation of classes at the above school as well as purchase of lockers. The project was allocated Kshs. 1,000,000.
The firms who submitted their bids were:
1. Wotasan enterprises ltd – Kshs. 1,084,980
2. Kima & Partners Ltd – Kshs. 1,080,082
3. Simexpo Agencies – Kshs. 1,054,193
4. Sequid Hardware – Kshs. 975,950
The members perused the documents from the PMC. The PMC had awarded the tender to Sequid Hardware at Kshs. 975,950.
The members ratified the decision made by the PMC to award the tender to Sequid Hardware at a total cost of Kshs. 975,950. The balance of Kshs.24,050 will be utilized by the PMC for project administration expenses.

GAITUMBI WATER PROJECT

The project was allocated Kshs. 3,000,000 for the purchase of pump, equipping the borehole, construction a steel elevated tank tower and purchase of two tanks.
The committee members perused the documents presented by the PMC and after lengthy discussions, they agreed that the BoQ should be reviewed and the tender repeated as the firms given to tender were too few. Also the BoQ was misleading since it had more quantities of pipes and cables than was needed for the project. Action Simon and Fredrick