Uganda launches tender for building PPP project

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Uganda launches tender for building PPP project

The Government of Uganda through the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs (MoJCA) has launched a tender process to develop an office park for the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) Institutions through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) project.

The project will be developed on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis comprising of:

  • JLOS towers and High Court at plot 98-102 Katalima road Naguru Kampala.
  • A police headquarters to accommodate all the police directorates at plot 40-96 along Katalima road Naguru Kampala.
  • Appellate courts and headquarters of the judiciary at high court grounds at plot 2, the square in the central business district of Kampala city.

The project involves the provision of approximately 102,000 square meters of office space.

The tender process starts with a request for expressions of interest (RFEOI). Interested parties must submit their expressions of interest on or before 11 July 2014. The shortlist is scheduled to be announced on 8 August and the request for proposals will be issued on 1 September 2104. The prefered bidder will be announced by December.

The project aims to strengthen good governance principles, ensure improved institutional coordination as well as offer better services leading to enhanced transparency, accountability and improved ethical conduct across all the Sector Institutions.

The Justice Law and Order Sector is a sector wide approach adopted by Government of Uganda bringing together 17 institutions with closely linked mandates of administering Justice and maintaining Law and Order as well as the promotion and protection of Human Rights.

See tender document:

http://www.tendersunlimited.co.ke/services/east-african-region-sector/16214-justice-law-and-order-sector-uganda-tenderconstruction-of-an-office-park-jlos-house-project-closing-date11072014.html

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