Founded in 1990, REMCO has come a long way since it’s early days. Our history has built us into the in depth and highly specialized service team that we are today. Employing over 800 people in it’s different departments, REMCO staff members are experts in electrical systems, engineering, air conditioning, plumbing and fire safety works. Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah Phone : +971 4 2862444  Fax : +971 4 2859849  Email : remco@emirates.net.ae  Web Mail Login 





Our professional tendering department consists of highly skilled and eloquent engineers and surveyors whose principal role is to market our services and win contracts for REMCO.

For those who are new to the idea of tendering, there are two main forms of tendering to be aware of. These are the “open” tender process and the once-off “select” list process. The difference between the two is that in open tendering only those with invitations to tender are allowed to participate in the tender process. Contrastingly, in the select process contractors who apply are narrowed down into a vetted group through the use of a pre-qualification questionnaire. Those contractors who answer this questionnaire satisfactorily will be short listed and invited to tender against the specifications provided.

Generally, tenders will be awarded to the contractors who submit the best offer in terms of both cost and quality based on the specification provided. Having experts in all the key electro mechanical fields gives REMCO a unique edge in value propositions and fair costing, thus enabling us to win many tenders successfully.

Common Flow Of A Tender Process

  • Collection of all documents relating to the project from consultant/client. This can include drawings, specifications and BoQs,
  • Analysis of the documents submitted in 1
  • Drawing a conclusion as to the general price of the work based on pricing investigations and calculations.
  • Preparing the quoted pricing in aggregate and detailed form to supply to the client.
  • Submitting the tender in full before the due date.

Topics Our Tender Department Can Negotiate

  • Terms of payment
  • Supply and cost of spare parts and/or consumable supplies
  • Completion dates
  • Warranties and guarantees
  • Documentation required
  • Quality of Work
  • Progressing and inspection procedures
  • Training of personnel
  • Maintenance
  • Compensation for failure to meet specified requirements
  • Procedures for remedial action
  • Pricing

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