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Request For Proposal Central Bank of The Bahamas New Premises Project: Commissioning Agent/Provider

Published: Wednesday May 13th, 2020

Request For Proposal

Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) is constructing its new premises on the former Royal Victoria site between East Street and Parliament Street, south of Shirley Street, and north of East Hill Street in the city of Nassau, on New Providence Island, The Bahamas. This is a prominent and auspicious venture. The iconic premises will reflect the nationally eminent status of the Central Bank and serve as a pivot point and key directional influence for the revitalization and future development of Downtown Nassau. The new premises are expected to present a source of national, regional, and international pride; and to project the operations of the Central Bank while protecting its staff and the public that rely on its services.

To assist the project, CBOB has engaged numerous services providers and experts; and continues to add to that team. The Central Bank has retained Architekton Design Studio Bahamas Ltd. (ADSBL) to provide architectural services for the design of the new Central Bank of The Bahamas (the Project). Adamson Associates, Inc. will be assisting ADSBL. Graphite Engineering Ltd. formulates a team of varied specialists that are assisting CBOB as the owner's representative and project oversight group. The selected bidder resulting from this RFP process will work within the ambit of the architects and with members of the overall project team that also work with the architects under the auspices of the owner and the owner's representative group.

Sealed Proposals must be submitted to:
Tenders/Procurement Committee
Central Bank of The Bahamas
Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas

Subject Line: CBOB-NPP-20200529 Commissioning Agent/Provider

via email to:
[email protected]

Electronic copies of the proposal must be received
on Friday, May 29 2020 by 5:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time

Proposals will NOT be accepted after this date and time;
and will not be accepted via facsimile, hardcopy, or oral presentation.

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