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Tendering Engineer Electrical

Engineering Enterprises for Civil & Steel Constructions

Posted on September 11, 2019

3 - 5 years Cairo - Egypt

Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Electrical). Any Nationality

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Job Requirements:
• BSc. Degree in Electrical Engineering
Job Description:
• Studying Tenders to understand the nature of Project and Contract.
• Reviewing provided Contract, BOQ, Drawings and Specifications for the new Project.
• Receiving quotations from Vendors, Suppliers and Subcontractors
• Make sure that the quotations comply with the Employer required and provided Specifications
• Prepare comparison Sheet for rates Quoted by Sub Contractors and suppliers
• Prepare the BOQ to receive the Dry Cost unit rates.
• Breakdown BOQ items that will not be assigned to Subcontractors in order to properly price them
• Using unit rates for materials and equipment
• Perform quantity take off for lump sum project or items
• Finalizing the Commercial Offer including priced BOQ
• Responding to Post-Tender Clarification from clients.
• Analysis post tender with low and high % method.

Construction / Civil Engineering



Tendering Engineer Electrical

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