ALLIANCE MINING COMMODITIES GUINÉE SA
NOTIFICATION OF PENDING TENDERS
Alliance Mining Commodities Guinée SA (AMCG) is seeking prequalification of parties to provide services for its Koumbia Bauxite Project in Guinea, West Africa.
All interested parties who wish to provide services to AMCG are required to prequalify by providing details of their company, experience and capabilities in the format provided.
Once this prequalification has been accepted by AMCG, those parties who are deemed to have the requisite experience and capability, will be audited at AMCG’s discretion and may be asked to provide further details including financial and operational capability.
Selected parties will be invited to tender by way of a Letter of Invitation which will accompany a full Tender Package. The Letter of Invitation and Tender Package will contain all the requisite instructions on how to proceed.
NOTE: Prequalification is essential. Please read the summary Scope of Work and requirements carefully before registration to ensure that you have the necessary capabilities to engage in the Tender Process.
AMCG reserves the right to amend the Scopes of Work before the issue of the final Tender Documents.
A link to the prequalification page can be found below.
Alliance Mining Commodities (AMC), is developing the Koumbia Bauxite Project (Project).
The Project is located in the north-west of the Republic of Guinea and it is anticipated that construction activities for the Project, will take between 15 and 20 months. Service contracts will typically be for 5 years with options to renew.
Construction will occur at the following locations:
- the Mine Site near Koumbia approximately 220km north of Conakry and approximately 130 km north-east of the Port of Kamsar;
- the Port Site (a river port) at Bogoraya;
- along the 100km Haul Road which connects the two sites;
- in Boké and Wendou M’Bour (Training Centres).
INDICATIVE TIMETABLE FOR ACTIVITIES
The following table sets out the indicative timetable for AMCG’s activities. This timetable is subject to change at AMC’s sole discretion.
|Advertisement of Contracts / Prequalifications||April 2019 Onwards|
|Prequalification of Suppliers / Contractors||April 2019 Onwards|
|Early Works||April-December 2019|
|Construction Mine and Port Sites||January 2020 Onwards|
|First Ore on Ship (FOOS)||Q1 2021|
CONTRACTING PARTY – AMCG DETAILS
AMC’s registered Guinean entity (AMC Guinée – AMCG) shall be the contracting party. Details are as follows:
Alliance Mining Commodities Guinée SA
4ème Etage, Immeuble Labé,
Cité Chemin de Fer – Kaloum,
BP 2316P Conakry, Guinée
AMCG’s purchases of goods and services required for the Project Operations (including Construction), are exempted from Value Added Tax. Direct Sub-Contractors also benefit from this provision.
AMCG requires contracts to be expressed in Guinea Francs (GNF) indexed to US$. Interested Parties will need to disclose their corporate structure and preference will be given to those entities that are registered in Guinea and can demonstrate their compliance with the Guinean fiscal regime.
AMCG SITE INFORMATION, PROCEDURES AND POLICIES
Parties who prequalify and engage in the tender process will be given access to AMCG’s site information and relevant AMCG Corporate Policies. Compliance with the latter is a prerequisite for all contracts.
AMCG reserves the right to update and amend policies as required.
Parties who have prequalified and provided additional information requested by AMCG, will receive an Invitation Letter inviting them to participate in the Tender Process. This will be accompanied by a full Tender Pack for the relevant scope of work.
AMCG has absolute discretion in the distribution of the Invitation to Tender and may, after an evaluation of Tenders, decide not to enter into any Contract relating to the Services.
AMCG reserves the right to negotiate separately outside of the Tender Process with any or all of the Tenderers or any other party.
Certain Scopes of Work may require considerable up-front capital investment by the Tenderers. AMCG reserves the right to make further due diligence enquiries on prequalified Tenderers in this regard.
INFORMATION THAT WILL GENERALLY BE REQUIRED
The list below represents information that is typically required from prospective Tenderers as part of a submission.
- Detailed Pricing Schedules incorporating Rise and Fall Matrices;
- Details of Insurances Policies and Claims History;
- Ability to provide detailed Project Execution Plans for the work or services including:
- Health and Safety;
- Environment and Community;
- Local Employment and Expatriate Transition Plan;
- Quality Assurance Plan;
- Environmental Management Plan;
- Employee Relations Management Plan.
- Details of key personnel management and details of current labour force;
- List of Tenderers plant and equipment;
- Tenderers relevant experience in the past 10 years related to the Scope of Work.