SCBM/ Reconstruction of the sports hall in Blijnii Hutor village

Country: Moldova (Republic of)
Language: EN
Number: 471708
Publication date: 02-03-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)


SCBM/ Reconstruction of the sports hall in Blijnii Hutor village
Procurement Process : ITB - Invitation to bid
Office : UNDP Country Office - MOLDOVA
Deadline : 30-Mar-17
Posted on : 02-Mar-17
Development Area : CONSTRUCTION
Reference Number : 36065
Link to Atlas Project :
00081246 - Support to Confidence Building Measures Programme IV
Documents :
Invitation to Bid
ITB. Section 2 Data Sheet (in Russian)
Annex 1 - BOQ Blijnii Hutor (in English)
Annex 1 - BOQ Blijnii Hutor (in Romanian)
Sections 4-10, 12
Overview :

UNDP Moldova invites interested companies which have demonstrated experience in undertaking civil works in Moldova, particularly on the left bank of Nistru, to submit their bids for undertaking civil works of a project site located in Blijnii Hutor village (on the Left Bank of Nistru River).

Interested Bidders may obtain further information or clarifications at the following address:
Contact Person: Andrei VASILACHI, Project Officer/Civil Engineer, SCBM Programme. E-mail address dedicated for this purpose:

On 13 March 2017 at 11:00 UNDP Moldova will organize a pre-bidding conference on its premises located at Le Roi Business Centre, 29, Sfatul Tarii Street, room 305 - Conference Room, MD-2012 Chisinau, Moldova. To confirm participation, please, send a message to by COB on Friday, 10 March 2017.

Bids must be submitted on or before 12:00 (Moldova local time) on 30 March 2017. Late bids shall be rejected.

An open Bid-opening will take place on 30 March 2017, 16:00 (Moldova local time) at UN House Conference Room, #131, 31 August 1989 Street, MD-2012 Chisinau, Moldova.

For more details including technical drawings, please, refer to the documents posted under the "Supporting documents" section following the link

Other tenders from Moldova (Republic of) за for this period

Chisinau Water Development Programme Source: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)