Results for: "Tender Services" in "Johannesburg-North, South Africa"

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3 Wes St

Wes St

Groblersdal

0470

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.16763

29.38775

1 Sandton View

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.08897

28.0099

3 Eglin Rd

The Crescent Park East

Eglin Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.03231

28.06669

Tender Services

In South Africa, there are several projects that the provincial government departments and local municipalities would like to accomplish in communities. However, constraints such as time, limited resources as well as budget preparations required to source materials, pay employees and maintenance fees for machinery and equipment used are major limiting factors. As a result the government outsources several projects to private companies and individuals who bid for tender services.

The government and local municipalities offer tender services to contractors who are capable of project management activities. There are several projects that are regularly gazetted and officially advertised to invite registrations and applications from potential bidders and contractors. These may include infrastructure development projects such as construction of residential houses and other building structures as well as refurbishment services which may include plastering, painting, plumbing, roofing, tiling and flooring.

They may also gazette engineering services such as infrastructure planning and designing, landscaping and quantity surveying as well as construction of airports, harbours, dams, roads and bridges among other large scale tender services. Government departments may also publish or advertise tender services concerning maintenance and facilities management in public institutions such as clinics and hospitals, libraries, schools and training centres, public offices and local conference venues or local community halls.   

Tender services are an economic way of distributing wealth in an economy as they offer employment opportunities to local communities. They are also a way of resolving delays in community development areas as well as eliminating poor service delivery to the public. Individuals and privately registered companies who intend to apply for offering tender projects can contact local government institutions and municipalities found in the Yellow Pages.

For more information about tender services visit Yellow Pages at www.yellowpages.co.za   

Tender Services

In South Africa, there are several projects that the provincial government departments and local municipalities would like to accomplish in communities. However, constraints such as time, limited resources as well as budget preparations required to source materials, pay employees and maintenance fees for machinery and equipment used are major limiting factors. As a result the government outsources several projects to private companies and individuals who bid for tender services.

The government and local municipalities offer tender services to contractors who are capable of project management activities. There are several projects that are regularly gazetted and officially advertised to invite registrations and applications from potential bidders and contractors. These may include infrastructure development projects such as construction of residential houses and other building structures as well as refurbishment services which may include plastering, painting, plumbing, roofing, tiling and flooring.

They may also gazette engineering services such as infrastructure planning and designing, landscaping and quantity surveying as well as construction of airports, harbours, dams, roads and bridges among other large scale tender services. Government departments may also publish or advertise tender services concerning maintenance and facilities management in public institutions such as clinics and hospitals, libraries, schools and training centres, public offices and local conference venues or local community halls.   

Tender services are an economic way of distributing wealth in an economy as they offer employment opportunities to local communities. They are also a way of resolving delays in community development areas as well as eliminating poor service delivery to the public. Individuals and privately registered companies who intend to apply for offering tender projects can contact local government institutions and municipalities found in the Yellow Pages.

For more information about tender services visit Yellow Pages at www.yellowpages.co.za   

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