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Procurement of Valuation of Assets
 and has also been cancelled.
at 10h00 at the offices of the Ports Regulator of South Africa

Bid Number: PRSA 002-2015 : PSR-001

Prospective service providers are invited to submit bids to conduct a valuation of specified National Ports Authority assets that form a part of the Authority’s Regulatory Asset Base (RAB). The Regulator requires that a valuation be determined for each asset in accordance with the following valuation approaches:

  • Depreciated Original Cost
  • Depreciated Optimised Replacement Cost
  • Trended Original Cost
  • Optimised Deprival Value

The specified assets to be valued are as follows:

Port of Durban

  • Channel Entrance
  • Channel Entrance – Widening and Deepening
  • Pier one terminal area including Berths 105-107 quay walls and berths
  • Prince Edward Graving Dock ship repair facility

Port of Ngqurha

  • Entrance Channel and Basin
  • Eastern Breakwater

Port of Port Elizabeth

  • Harbour Basin and Channel

Dredging services

  • Isandlwana Dredger

Cape Town

  • Basin, Duncan Dock
  • Fresh Produce Terminal including Quay walls and berths B, C and D

Movable assets

  • Inkunzi Floating crane
  • Tugboat Enseleni
  • Pilot Boat Ivubu

Administration, Navigation and port control

  • Milnerton lighthouse
  • Main Admin Building and port control facility Port of Capetown

The total score that can be obtained for functionality will be 100%. The minimum threshold for functionality is 75%. all bidders meeting the minimum threshold will be further evaluated for price and preference points (B-BBEE). The process will follow a single envelope system.

A compulsory briefing session will be held at the offices of the Ports Regulator of South Africa on 17 December 2015 at 10h00.

The bid will be evaluated in two phases:

Phase 1: Functionality

  • Proposed approach and service providers methodology for undertaking the valuation: 40%
  • Project plan, time and resource allocation: 25%
  • Project team, skills and experience: 25%
  • Skills Transfer / Capacitation: 10%

Phase 2: Price and B-BBEE

  • The bid will be scored using the 90:10 preferential points system with 90 reflecting price and 10 reflecting B-BBEE recognition. The Regulator will only accept B-BBEE certificates from SANAS or IRBA accredited verification agencies as proof of B-BBEE status.

Contact Atiyah Bhabha on +27 (31) 365 7800 or email atiyahb@portsregulator.org for any enquiries about this cancelled tender.

The Ports Regulator of South Africa is committed to the provisions of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 5 of 2000 [PDF, 86 KB], the Public Finance Management Act, 1 of 1999 [PDF, 648 KB], the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 53 of 2003 [PDF, 338 KB], and the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2 of 2000 [PDF, 900 KB].