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Tiling, related material being sought for Exxon’s new HQ in Guyana

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Nabi/KCL Oilfield Construction Services is looking for suppliers of tiling and related material for ExxonMobil’s new headquarters in Guyana.

An Expression of Interest (EOI) has been published for the supply and installation of ceramic and porcelain tiling (walls and floors), underlays, joint sealants, grout, additives, and other material associated with tiling elements.

“As a result of our continued commitment to partnership with and development of people and businesses within the territories where we operate, we are inviting suppliers, contractors and specialist sub-contractors to submit an EOI for the upcoming opportunities,” Nabi/KCL said in the notice.

The project consists of two 3-story office buildings, with a total floor area of approximately 125,000+ sq. ft. associated surface parking, site improvements, soft and hard landscaping, and all associated infrastructure works.

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“This request for EOI is not an invitation to tender for the required services and there is no commitment or obligation implied or otherwise for NABI/KCL to issue a tender or enter into a contract,” the company said.

The office buildings will be constructed on land adjacent to the Ogle Airport on the outskirts of Georgetown.

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Nabi/KCL Oilfield Construction Services Guyana is a Guyanese-led Joint Venture of two of the leading construction firms in the Caribbean: NABi Construction Inc. (Guyana) and Kee-Chanona Limited (Trinidad), headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana, SA.

A representation of ExxonMobil Guyana’s new proposed Head Office to be located at Ogle, on the outskirts of the capital City of Georgetown.
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