Lesotho Highlands Development Authority Contract No. LHDA 3017 Professional services for the Demarcation of Polihali Reservoir CLARIFICATION No. 4 RESPONSE TO BIDDERS’ QUESTIONS 4.1 QUESTION RFP Section Reference 188.8.131.52 Professional Registration. Further to the answer obtained the briefing meeting on the 1 st October, attached is an extract from LHDA Contract 1006 Demarcation of Mohale Reservoir item 6 whereby all the work had to be submitted to the Chief Surveyor and this is by Licenced Surveyors (Lesotho). In this project is the still going to be the same or no work will be submitted for approval? 4.2 RFP Section Reference 3.5.2 - Survey It is well understood that the survey has to be carried and tied to the National Survey system. It has been noted that there is difference between the National RESPONSE This is not a cadastral survey and the work will not be submitted to the Chief Surveyor (Lesotho) for approval. However, as per Section 3.5.3 Task 3, the schedule of beacons installed will be reviewed by LHDA. The survey will be undertaken by appropriately qualified and professionally registered staff as indicated in Section 184.108.40.206 of the RFP. The LHWP Lo29 Tunnel System shall be used for the survey. QUESTION Survey system and the LHDA survey system although both are in LO 29. This was even more significant during the PHASE II Feasibility Study whereby same points had slightly different values 4.3 The question which system is to be used for the survey? 3.11.1 Key Staff RESPONSE No, each key staff position must be filled by a separate individual. Can one person be permitted to take position of 220.127.116.11 Project Manager and 18.104.22.168 Surveyor at the same time? 4.4 Section 2B Clause 6.1 refers to Article 1 and 10 of the Phase II Agreement. Where can one obtain these Articles or better still the Phase II Agreement? Refer to the Governance section of the LHWP Phase II website on http://www.lhda.org.ls/phase2/# Note: The questions above are exactly as they were received from bidders.
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