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Consultants sought for PPP project in Nigeria

🕔 October 28, 2013
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Lagos State Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) desires to develop and implement a world class forensic laboratory in stages, starting with Phase 1 in partnership with the private sector by means of a Public - Private Partnership (PPP) structure, at an undeveloped 5-hectare site located in Badagry the State of Lagos, Nigeria.

The private sector will establish a Nigerian registered Special Project Vehicle company (SPV) to enter into a PPP concession contract with the MOST to provide the following Crime Lab service outputs in Phase 1.

To develop and implement this world class forensic laboratory, MOST wishes to hire a consulting services firm to prepare the Outline Business Case (OBC), assess the strategic fit that will deliver value for money and affordability for the procurement of concessionaires that will finance, construct, operate and maintain this new infrastructure.

Expression of Interest for the service must be delivered not later than 5.00 pm 4 weeks from the date of the publication of the EOI (24 OCtober 2013).See Request for Expressions of Interest:

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