Tender for Architectural Project Consultancy – Singapore Embassy Yangon. Closing Date 30th June 2014



This tender is only for architectural project consultancy.

The appointed consultant will prepare the tender documents and drawings for the actual renovation works which we will then call for tender. Singaporean-run contractors for construction, renovations, M&E, etc are invited to participate in the tender

EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
PROVISION OF FULL CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR RENOVATION AND
SETTING UP OF TRAINING FACILITIES FOR THE SINGAPORE-MYANMAR
VOCA TIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE (SMVTI) IN YANGON, MYANMAR
(NA TMAUK ROAD, BAHAN TOWNSHIP)

TENDER NOTICE

Qualified Contractors and/or Joint Ventures are invited to submit Tender
Proposals in United States Dollars for the provision of full consultancy
services for the renovation and setting up of training facilities for the
Singapore-Myanmar Vocational Training Institute (SMVTI) at Natmauk
Road, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Closing Date for Tender Proposals submission is on Monday, 30 June
2014 at 3.00pm.

The Tender Invitation Letter and the Tender Documents are available for
collection at the following address:

The Embassy of the Republic of Singapore – Myanmar
238 Dhamazedi Road
Bahan Township
Yangon, Myanmar
Tel No: +95-1-559001
Fax No: +95-1-559922

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