Guatemala: Tender for Hotel Services

Social Security is bidding for hotel service in the metropolitan area in order to house medical professionals in charge of the emergency care of covid-19.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

The hotel facilities are required to guarantee privacy, comfort and security for the medical professionals staying there and the use of all the facilities by the Guatemalan Social Security Institute, except for the common areas, which must remain closed due to health security protocol.

Some technical specifications:

-Building in good infrastructure conditions, which does not represent risks for the physical integrity of health workers.
-Access facilities for arrival to the building by four-wheeled vehicle and pedestrians.
-Physical security around the perimeter and at the main access
-WIFI network access for connection through mobile devices.
-Electrical power plant for emergency situations in the electrical flow to the hotel.
-Water storage and pumping system to cover needs for up to 48 hours in the absence of a regular supply.
-Smoke detection and fire activation system operation.
-Naturally ventilated and illuminated and with good artificial lighting
-Single and/or double rooms, in which bedding must be changed every 24 hours
-Sanitary service and shower with hot water per room Preferably TV by cable.
-Food service all three times to be distributed in the rooms. The menu will be agreed upon weekly by the hotel administration and must be served in disposable containers and its value will be proportional to the cost of meal times, without exceeding the amount of Q.100.00 per person per day.

See tender: 12565288 and 12575666.

Deadline for receipt of bids for both tenders: May 15, 2020.

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