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Kampala Capital City Authority, the mother body of KCCA FC, has invited sealed bids for works and supplies from eligible bidders for the KCCA Philip Omondi Stadium redevelopment.
KCCA FC are set to redevelop the Philip Omondi Stadium (StarTimes Stadium for sponsorship purposes) in a project that will cost Sh10bn.
The bidding process has been opened on Monday, August 10 and will go on before the closing date of September 8, 2020.
The City Authority has confirmed that they have allocated funds to be used for the works and supplies of the already approved project.
“Bidding will be conducted in accordance with open domestic bidding procedures contained in the government of Uganda’s public procurement and disposal of public assets act, 2003 and is open to all bidders,” reads a statement from KCCA.
KCCA has also added that late bids will be rejected and that the authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid.
The statement adds: “More information regarding the said activities can be obtainable from the Head Procurement and Disposal Unit at Kampala Capital City Authority (City Hall) and also Solicitation Documents Inspection and issue will take place in PDU Offices 1st floor wing B room 114.”
“A complete set of the Bid Documents in English may be acquired by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to Head PDU for the set of documents and payment of UGX 200,000/= to the bank.”
This, is a confirmation to what KCCA Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Earlier this month, said that the redevelopment plans for the stadium are in advanced stages.
Lukwago then revealed that the project will get Sh2bn from this financial year and the Authority will add sh500m to total sh2.5bn for the start.
The Mayor, who said that the project will be done in phases, promised that this will be a state of the art stadium.
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