Request for Proposal (RFP) at Plan International Nigeria

Posted by Future on Wed 12th Jan, 2022 -

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian non-profit organisation that advances children's rights and equality for girls. We support children's rights from birth until they reach adulthood, and enable children to prepare for - and respond to - crises and adversity. We believe in the power and potential of every child, but know this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination.

Working together with children, young people, supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges girls and vulnerable children face. We have been building powerful partnerships for children for over 80 years and are now active in more than 70 countries, driving changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. Plan International is registered in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission.

Applications are invited for:

Title: Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Construction and Rehabilitation of Community Learning Centre & Gender Segregated Latrines in Borno and Yobe State of Nigeria

Plan International is committed to obtaining fair value for services rendered with a competitive price and timely delivery of the right quantities at the right quality.

It is the intent of this RFPs to secure competitive proposal for the construction and rehabilitation of community learning center and gender segregated latrines in MMC of Borno state and Damaturu and Potiskum of Yobe State of Nigeria.

  • Contractor shall determine the method, details, and means of completing the project in the method of performing services and agrees to devote the required personnel including engagement of local labor for the unskilled services for the benefit of the community.
  • Supply all tools and instrument, equipment and all building and installation materials for the project, including but not limited to Measuring and Work tools, Reinforcements, Sand Crete Blocks, Ordinary Portland Cement, Tiles, Roofing Sheets, Ceiling Boards, Aggregates (fine and coarse), Water Supply (including potable water for the consumption of personnel), Ridge Caps, Eaves Trimmers, Electrical and Plumbing equipment and fittings, Paint (for the structure, fascia and metal works), Doors and Windows, and other building materials as may be required. Upon arrival of materials, contractor shall offload at the designated location and protect all materials from exposure to the elements until they are put to use.
  • Carefully remove all damaged/defective wall sections, concrete sections and structural members from the structure, inclusive of the removal of damaged plasters and floor finishes.
  • Remove all damaged doors, windows, electrical fittings/fixtures, plumbing pipes and sanitary wares.
  • Where applicable, set-out and excavate trenches for the foundation of new walls and columns at such grids as directed by the Plan International’s Engineer
  • Construct/re-construct the new/damaged walls, lintels, roof beams and overhead courses as required, and all the spaces that require covering with new blocks as specified.
  • Mend all structural and hairline cracks and holes in all the structures using appropriate materials such as cement grout, putty filler etc.
  • Plaster all wall surfaces smoothly in preparation to receive painting. Plaster and render both internal and external wall surfaces of block work with sand/cement mix of 1:5 of all structures as required. All plaster and screed works shall be smooth and regular while all angles and edges are well dressed, straight and chamfered.
  • Install the roof structure to specification and Engineer’s instruction. Install aluminum roofing sheet, in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction (the color must be compatible with the existing roof or in accordance with the Engineers direction)
  • Install the ceiling boards.
  • Treat all structures for termite infestation as required, ensure standard protective measures are taken to prevent future occurrences.
General Requirements
  • The contractor must be a registered building or civil engineering company licensed to work in Nigeria. Interested firms must have carried out construction works of a similar nature preferably in the northeast of Nigeria.
  • The contractor must possess strong technical knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the designs, construction, maintenance and repair of buildings; the behavior of structures under distress, including mitigation measures in accordance with the international standards for the construction industry.
  • The contractor shall provide all skilled and unskilled labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, and technical supervision at all times on the project site. The contractor must carry out all works in accordance with this statement of work, read in conjunction with specifications, bill of quantities and drawings provided by Plan International. The contractor must adhere to the stipulated specifications, standards and recommendations to ensure that at the completion of the project, there is no significant adverse impacts to the environment.
  • The contractor shall be responsible for verifying the specifications. If the contractor determines that any specification may result in structurally unsound, aesthetically deficient or dysfunctional work, it is the contractor’s responsibility to notify the Plan International for deliberation and adoption of a suitable alternative specification - failure to do so may lead to contractual penalties, up to and including contract termination.
  • The contractor shall document work progress pictorially and provide same to Plan International alongside daily, weekly and other periodic site or milestone reports made to Plan International’s Engineer.
Application Closing Date

05:00pm Wednesday, 26 January, 2022.

Submission of Documents
Vendors shall submit sealed bids addressed to:
Plan International Nigeria,
Attention: Country Admin and Logistics Manager,
No 49, Anthony Enahoro Street,
Utako District,
F.C.T - Abuja.

Tel: +234 9-2921781.

Bids can also be submitted in soft copies to: with this reference in subject, "PIN/CO/22/03/Construction and Rehabilitation of Community Learning Centre & Gender Segregated Latrines in Borno and Yobe State of Nigeria".

  • Plan International does not charge bidders fee for submitting this tender or ask for any form of registration to access our information.
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