Invitation For Vendor Registration

INVITATION FOR VENDOR REGISTRATION Construction Development Corporation Ltd. (CDCL) would like to invite interested Bhutanese firms or individuals to register as a vendor with CDCL. Prospective vendors can register for all or any of the following categories: SN Description Remarks 1. Spare parts Mention brand(s) 2. Tyres & tubes Mention brand(s) 3. Automotive batteries Mention …

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Addendum-5 for CW-02A

The Construction Development Corporation Limited (CDCL) is pleased to announce the following vacant position for recruitment.

Noticification: CW-02A Addendum-2 (PTDP)

Addendum-2 and other documents for CW-02A

1. Pursuant to the ITB Clause 8.1 and ITB Clause 8.2, the Addendum-2 is hereby issued and shall form part of the Bidding Document for Construction of Common Urban Infrastructures- Zone A, CW-02A. The following attachments shall form part of and constitute the Addendum-2:

Invitation for Hiring of Vehicle Services

Construction Development Corporation Limited (CDCL) would like to invite the interested Vehicle owners for the Vehicle Hiring Service for the following categories of Vehicle to CDCL. The vehicle hire service is required for local duty within Thimphu, Paro, Punakha & Wangdue Phordang and for field trips to project areas within Bhutan and for Long term Contract on lump sum Monthly rate for Projects for a fixed duration of one year.

Advance Procurement Notice for PTDP

Phuentsholing is the second most populous city in Bhutan which has grown manifold over the past few decades and shares a seamless international border with India’s bustling town Jaigaon. It leads in import and export trades with India with more than 80% of Bhutan’s trade passing through its gates. With its unique locational advantage, Phuentsholing also serves as the Tourist and Trade gateway to Bhutan. On account of Phuentsholing’s unique geographical location, the city faces a constant threat to life and property from flooding of the Amochhu which has also resulted in a serious shortage of land for further development and expansion.