26/3/2023: Rules for submission deleted. Already given in Evaluating Tenders.
23/3/2020: Minor adjustment made. Punctuation standardised.
24/12/2014: Moved from wiki.
- The bound Tender Booklet with:
- The Form of Tender completed, signed, witnessed and dated
- Selected appendices to the Form of Tender completed, signed, witnessed and dated (some to be completed after contract award)
- The Bills of Quantities priced, extended and totalled (the sum shown on the Form of Tender must agree with the total of the Summary)
- In case of no Bills of Quantities and pre-2005 Standard Form of Building Contract: The Summary of Tender priced and totalled (the sum shown on the Form of Tender must agree with the total of the Summary)
- In case of no Bills of Quantities: Schedule of Quantities and Rates showing the build-up of the respective items in the Summary of Tender
- Schedule of Quantities and Rates all prepared by the tenderers
- Pro-forma Schedule of Quantities and Rates without quantities provided to tenderers
- Schedule of Quantities and Rates with quantities pre-inserted for the tenderers’ reference and verification (implication of discrepancies with Tender Drawings and Specification)
- Technical and Delivery Schedule completed.
- List of the names of the specialist contractors that the Tenderer intends to choose for sub-letting part of the Works.
- Preliminary design drawings and specification for tenderers’ specialist design.
- Material catalogues and sample boards.
- Proposed method statement.
- Proposed programme of the Works.
- Site layout plan showing the proposed locations of plant, scaffolding, catch fans, stores, site office and access routes.
- Project organization chart with the names and qualification of key management and site personnel for the Works .
- Maintenance contract proposal (for M&E works).
- General company information (if not already fully submitted when expressing interests to tender).
- For Mainland China projects:
- Number of copies of submissions required.
- Duplicate copy of the Form of Tender (required for Government Contract, not really necessary for private projects).