NCPC opens bid for construction of pilgrims’ heritage house
The Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission formally opened a bid for the expression of Interest/Prequalification for the construction of Pilgrims Heritage C House, phase 1A in Abuja.
In her address at the bid opening at NCPC Corporate Headquarters in Abuja, recently, the Director in Charge of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, Mrs Esther Kwaghe affirmed that due diligence would be taken into consideration in looking into the proposals submitted by the bidders. According to her “we want to have value for the money the government is investing in this project”.
She thanked the representatives of various groups who attended the bid opening for their confidence and trust in what the commission would do, which she said the commission will be transparent and fair to all.
She further enjoined them to accept the final outcome of the selection exercise as only one company would emerge successfully.
The bid opening was attended by various construction companies which include observers from Civil Society Organisations and officials of the Bureau of Public Procurement who supervised the exercise.
The NCPC Pilgrims Heritage C. House Phase 1 A, Abuja comprises basement parking, two number ramps for access entry and exit, 70 number parking spaces, access to the auditorium and other facilities.
The main auditorium components also include 1400 seating capacity Auditorium and backstage with conveniences. The Pilgrims Heritage Camp C. House will be situated at the Central Business District, Abuja.