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China GEF Large-City Congestion Project - P127036

Project Management Office,Ministry of Transport | Published December 24, 2014  -  Deadline January 9, 2015
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International Urban Planning Specialist REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The People's Republic of China GEF Large CityCongestion and Carbon Reduction Project Project ID No.:P127036 Assignment Title: International Urban Planning Specialist onTechnical Support for the Study of Synergy policy of city's transport planning and master planning Reference No. (as perProcurement Plan):CCR/CS4-MOT ThePeople's Republic of China hasapplied for financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the GEF Large City Congestion and Carbon ReductionProject ("the Project"), and intends to apply part of the proceeds forindividual specialist. Theattention of interested individual Consultants are drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. ASpecialist will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines") forindividual specialist. The terms of reference is as below and the further information can be obtained at theaddress below during office hours 09:00 to 17:00 onworking days only. Expressions ofinterest must be delivered in a written form to the address below by mail by January 9, 2015 Project ManagementOffice, GEF Large City Congestion and Carbon Reduction Project Comprehensive Planning Department, Ministry of Transport,PRC Mr. Zhou Geping,Procurement Specialist Adress: 7th floor,TongLian Mansion, No. 240 HuiXinXili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, PRC Postcode:100029 Tel: 86-10-65299095 Fax: 86-10-65299094 E-mail:gefnpmo@163.com GEF Large City Congestion and CarbonReduction Project Terms of Referencefor Consulting Service of International UrbanPlanning Specialist on Technical Support for the Study of Synergy policy of city's transportplanning and master planning ?CCR/CS4-MOT? 1.      Project Background With rapid economic development and acceleration of urbanization,the urban motorization of Chinesecities entered into a boost period.Civil car ownership in China has reached 240 million by the end of 2012. The fast growth of carsin many cities, such as Beijing and Shanghai, has led to severe traffic congestion, rapid increase of pollutantsand carbon dioxideemissions, and decrease of the living quality of the urban residents, and caused enormous economic loss and serious constraint tosustainable urban development. Therefore, to ease congestionin large cities and reduce the carbon emissions has become a majorchallenge facing municipal governments at all levels. Governments at both the national and the local levels and all relevantdepartments have regarded "addressing global climate change" as the fundamental development strategy of the nation and included itinto the relevant medium- and long-term development planning. Ministry of Transport (MOT), as the central government agency responsible for guiding the urbanpassenger transport, has taken the traffic congestion and carbon emissions reduction as one of its top priorities. In the face ofhuge challenges of increasingly serious traffic congestion and carbon dioxide emissions in large cities, it is urgent to learn fromthe international practical experience, formulate effective laws and policies and take reasonable technical and economic measuresso as to guide the scientific development of sustainable urban transport in China. Under such background, the GEF-funded "Large City Congestion and Carbon ReductionProject" has been approved. Ministry of Transport is the central executing agency of the project. Suzhou, Harbin and Chengdumunicipal government are the local executing agencies; the project management office of Ministry of Transport (hereinafter referredas National PMO) and three Local Project Management Offices (hereinafter referred as Local PMO) are responsible for theimplementation of the respective projects while the National PMO is in charge of the general coordination. The World Bank is one ofthe implementing agencies of GEF. Transport Planning and Research Institute, MOT ("PIU1"), China Academy of Transportation Science,MOT ("PIU2") and Research Institute of Highway, MOT ("PIU3") are Project Implementing Units which undertaking the relevantsubprojects respectively. Synergy policy of city's transport planning and masterplanning is one of the subprojects of GEF Large City Congestion and CarbonReduction Project, which is undertaken by Transport Planning and Research Institute, MOT. In order to ensure the smooth implementation and expected achievement of the subproject of Synergy policy of city'stransport planning and masterplanning, an individual consultant of urban planning specialist with international experience shall be selected to provide technical support and consultingservices for Transport Planning and Research Institute, MOT in the said subproject by making full use of his or her internationalexperiences and technologies advantages. 2.     Subproject Objective In the background of motorization development situation and the disjunction and inconsistentmanagement between urban planning and transport planning, the subproject of Synergy policy of city's transport planning and master planning shall proposecoordinating policies between urban planning and transport planning onthe basis of analyzing the relationship of urban transportwith urbanspace layout and land use in order to scientifically manage the transport demand, guide the rational space layout andsound development of cities thereby decreasing traffic demand, regulating traffic flow, activating traffic infrastructure capacity,releasing traffic congestion and reducing carbon emission. Objective of thesubproject isto: Be comprehensive. The subproject shall include the analysis of management system of urbanplanning and transport planning, and the interrelation between them. Be forward-looking. The subproject shall reflect the spirit of reform and getting rid ofconstraints of current management system, and propose policy measures according to reasonable relationship between urban planningand transport planning. 3.     Consulting Tasks The Urban Planning Specialist with international experience shall perform the followingtasks: l Task 1: provide technical suggestions and revision assistance to improvethe study proposal and interim report, including the following aspects: ??development experience of coordinating land use and transport planning with public transport in major worldcities ??evaluation methods for the effect of coordinating policies for urban planning and transportplanning ??system design and implementing experience of Traffic Influence Analysis in major worldcities l  Task 2: Review andrevise the report (in English version) for eachphase. l Task 3: attend theforums and important meetings related to the project,and make the presentations 4.     Deliverables The Urban Planning Specialist with international experience shall assist to complete thefollowing reports: 1)      Coordinating development experience of world's major cities on land useandtransportation planning 2)      Evaluation method of traffic planning and urban planning coordinatingpolicy affection 3)      System design and implementation experience on urban Traffic InfluenceAnalysis in major world cities. 5.     The Consultant Input and Qualifications The consulting service shall be implemented within 15 months. In the duration, the time inputfor the Urban Planning Specialist with international experience is 2 person-months. The individual consultant shall work closelywith the relevant agencies and staffs to complete the tasks. Qualifications for the Urban Planning Specialist with international experience shall have at least 15 years working experience in urban planning and urban transport planning,with consultation records for more than 3 similar assignment or project, shall be familiar with theory and practice of urban spacelayout, land use and transport planning, management system and coordination as well as operation mechanism of urban transportplanning and urban planning.

CN-GEF Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City - P098915

 | Published November 8, 2015
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Sino-singapore Eco-city Comprehensive Transportation System Plan QCBS, QBS, FBS, and LCS Contract Award Notice China Project: P098915 - GEF Sino-Singapore TianjinEco-City Contract Reference No: TAN1 Scope of Contract:Sino-Singapore Eco-City Comprehensive Transportation System Plan Method of Selection: QBS - Quality Based Selection Durationof Contract: 8 Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 25-Oct-2015 Evaluation Currency: USD Full Official Textof the Notice Consultants'name Criteria WSP Hong Kong Ltd. and Tianjin Tianle International Engineering Consulting   Co., Ltd (Hong Kong) AECOM Asia Company Limited (Hong Kong) Deltares and China Academy of Urban Planning & Design, Ewaters(Netherlands) Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited & Nankai University (HongKong) Specific experience 8.79 8.79 7.65 7.36 Adequacy of the proposed work plan andmethodology 30.21 29.79 28.14 25.64 Key professional staff qualifications andcompetence 48.64 48.13 47.02 45.91 Total score 87.64 86.71 82.81 78.91 Rank 1 2 3 4 Awarded Consultant: WSP Hong Kong Ltd. and Tianjin Tianle International Engineering Consulting   Co., Ltd (Hong Kong) Contract Price: USD749, 800$

Tianjin Urban Transport Improvement Proj - P148129

 | Published June 6, 2016
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The Consulting Services (?the Services?) Include Building An Environmental-friendly, Energy-saving And Service-efficient Green Transport System And To Boost The Sustainable Development Of Urban Transp Tianjin Urban Transport ImprovementProject Research on the green transportation developmentstrategy on Tianjin urban (Phase I) E-1A Contract Awarded ProjectName: Tianjin Urban Transport Improvement Project Country: PR China ProjectNumber: P148129 Awarded Firm/Individual: JV of China Sustainable Transportation Center Tianjin Urban Planning andDesign Institute Address: Room1903, CITIC Building, No.19 Jianguomenwai Avenue, Beijing 100004,China Room508?Wanshun Building, No. 81 Huangpu NanRoad, Tianjin, 300201, China Contract signature date: May 30, 2016 Method of Procurement/Selection: QBS Price: RMB Yuan 10,388,700.00 Duration: 18 Months Summary scope of contract: Research onthe green transportation development strategy on Tianjin urban (PhaseI)E-1A The consulting services ("the Services") include buildingan environmental-friendly, energy-saving and service-efficient green transport system and toboost the sustainable development ofurban transport in Tianjin. (1) To develop goals, targets and strategies for green transport development in Tianjin; (2) To improvethe travel environment for NMT (pedestrian and cycling) and promote urban vibrancy; (3) To improve the public transit system andpromote a level of public transit service attractive even to car drivers; (4) To formulate rational motor vehicle developmentpolicies aimed at alleviating traffic jam and at reducing greenhouse gas emissions; (5) To formulate effective measures for traveldemand management and corresponding mobility plans and to encourage travelby green transport; (6) To enhance professional levels oftechniciansin transport/urban planning, construction and management; (7) To raise public awareness of bus priority, green travel,and low-carbon transport development as extensively as possible; (8) To introduce a scientific and replicable approach to design,test and evaluate a combination of investments to support green transport through pilots in Tianjin  withcitizen engagement at the planning, design and implementation stages, by providing technical support to the implementation oftheurban transport improvement project supported by World Bank. Name of Office:Project Management Office of Tianjin Urban and UralConstruction Commission Attn: Mr. Tang Xiao,the manager assistant of project Address:?7th Flour, 209# Xin Hua Street, He Ping district, Tianjin,China Tel:0086-22-23120308 Fax:0086-22?23120318 E-mail:tjpmo@public.tpt.tj.cn; tanny@vip.163.com

China GEF Large-City Congestion Project - P127036

 | Published May 20, 2015
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Chinese Urban Transport Demand Management Manual Publication of Contract Award information Project Name GEF Large-City Congestionand Carbon Reduction Project GrantNo. TF014206 Contract Name CCR/CP1-MOT Chinese Urban Transport Demand Management Manual 1.      The names of all consultants in theshortlist specified those submitted proposals The Project Management Office of GEF Large-City Congestion and Carbon Reduction Project (hereinafter referred to as PMO)advertised the Project information on UNDB, World Bank website, CHINA DAILY to request the Expression of Interests (EOI) for theProject. Nine (9) consultants submitted EOIs before the deadline. Six consultants were shortlisted after careful evaluation of theEOIs submitted and receipt of the no objection for the proposed shortlist from the Bank. By thedate of proposal submission deadline, 4 proposals were received as specified in the table below. No. Name of shortlisted Consultants Submitted proposals 1 Atkins China Ltd 2 China Academy of Urban Planning and Design ? 3 Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited in association Hyder ACLA Consulting (Shanghai)Limited ? 4 MVA Hong Kong Limited in association withBeijing Transportation  Research Center (sub consultant) ? 5 Shanghai WSP Consulting Ltd. inassociation with WSP UK Ltd. (sub consultant) ? 6 SWECO Group 2.      The overalltechnical scores and scores assigned for each criterion and sub-criterion to each consultant The proposals were evaluated by the Evaluation Committee in accordance with the principle, procedure and recommendedevaluation scoring system of the Bank. The scores of the 4 consultants that submitted proposals are asfollows: Consultants'Name China Academy of Urban Planning and Design Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited in association Hyder ACLA Consulting (Shanghai)Limited MVA Hong Kong Limited in association with Beijing Transportation Research Center (sub consultant) Shanghai WSP Consulting Ltd. in associationwith WSP UK Ltd. (subconsultant) Criteria Scores Scores Scores Scores Experience 8.71 9.57 9.57 9.14 Methodology 21.07 21.43 23.21 21.07 Proposed staff 47.41 47.82 52.60 48.04 Training 2.86 4.86 4.86 3.79 Local input 5.00 3.61 3.61 3.61 Total score 85.05 87.29 93.86 85.65 Rank 4 2 1 3 3.      The prices offered by each consultant as read out and as they havebeen evaluated From the technicalproposal evaluation result, MVA Hong Kong Limited in association with Beijing TransportationResearch Center (sub consultant) wasevaluated the highest score of the technical proposal. The Financial Proposal of China Academy of Urban Planning andDesign, Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited in association Hyder ACLA Consulting (Shanghai) Limited, MVA Hong Kong Limitedinassociation with Beijing Transportation Research Center (sub consultant) and Shanghai WSP Consulting Ltd. in association with WSPUK Ltd. (sub consultant) were publicly opened and its detailed information is as follows according to the procedure for QCBSselection. Consultants'Name Proposals' prices Evaluated prices Currency Amounts Currency Amounts China Academy of Urban Planning and Design USD 700,000 USD 660,259.57 Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited inassociation Hyder ACLA Consulting (Shanghai)Limited CNY 5,360,700 CNY 5,010,000 MVA Hong Kong Limited in association with Beijing Transportation  Research Center (sub consultant) CNY 3,626,751 CNY 3,358,000 Shanghai WSP Consulting Ltd. in association with WSP UK Ltd. (subconsultant) USD 587,683 USD 546,545 4.      The finalcombined scores and the final ranking of theconsultants As QCBS adopted for thisassignment, the consultant with thehighest technical and financial Proposal scores- MVA Hong Kong Limited in association with Beijing Transportation Research Center(sub consultant) was invited to negotiate the contract. 5.      The name of the successful consultant and the total price,duration and summaryscope of contract After contractnegotiation, MVA Hong Kong Limited inassociation with Beijing Transportation Research Center (sub consultant) was awarded the contractwith the contract price CNY 3,583,658 inclusive of local indirect taxes. The entire study shall becompleted within 15 months after the contractsigned. This assignment is to prepare the Urban Transport Demand Management Manual bymeans of studying the typical case of national and international urban transport demand management, the performance evaluationmethod of urban transport demand management, and surveying on existing transport conditions of Chinese cities and analyzing thetransport demands, and setting typical cities as examples to provide technical guidance for differenttypes of Chinese cities ontransport demand management to achieve theobjectives of reducing the large cities congestion and carbon emission.

GEF China Sustainable Cities IAP - P156507

Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural | Published August 31, 2016
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General Procurement Notice GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE China Sustainable Cities IntegratedAppr oach Pilot China Child Project Climate Change GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE Project ID No. P156507 GEF-PPG No. TF0A1509 TheGovernment of Ch ina has applied for financing in the amount of US$300,000 equivalent from the Global Environment Facilitytoward the cost of Su stainable Cities Integrated Approach Pilot China Child Project - Development of the City Transit-OrientedDevelopment (TOD) Platformthrough piloting seven cities in China, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments forgoods, works, related servicesand consulting services to be procured under this project. The project will include the followingcomponents: Com ponent1: Development of design the City Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Platform through piloting seven cities in China?including (1) design City TOD Platform composing ofTOD digital repository, TOD dashboard, TOD diagnosis, TOD planning, TOD impact assessment, TOD monitor, and TOD indicators. (2) techhni TODal advisory support for development of MOHURD and city proposals. (3) Review TOD tools (sustainable mobility ortranspo tion tools and other relevant city tools). (4) Project design/ coordination. Component 2: Preparationof environmental safeguards framework for project, including(1) Developing GEF SCIAP China Child Project environmental management framework. (2)Participation in relevant meetingsand provide suggestions related to env ironmental safeguards for the GEF SCIAP China Child Project. Component 3:Preparation of social safeguards framework for project, including(1)Developing GEF SCIAP China Child Project social management framework. (2)Participation in relevant meetings and providesuggestions related to social safeguards for the GEF SCIAP China Child Project. Component 4: Preparation of urbanplanning related to TOD. ( 1) Developing GEFSCIAP China Child Project urban planning framework. (2)Participationin relevant meetings and provide suggestions r elated to urban planning for the GEF SCIAP China ChildProject. The consultancy assignments with Selectio n Methods and Time Schedule are asfollows 1 2 3 4 5 6 d style="width:48px"> Ref.No. &nbs p; Description ofAssignment Selection Method Review byBank (Prior / Post) Expected Proposalls Submissi Bank n Date Contract Duration(months) 1 Development ofthe City Transi t-Oriented Development (TOD) Platform through piloting seven cities in China CQS Prior September 30, 201 6 10 2 Preparation environmental safeguards framework for project IC (competitive selection) Post August 31, 2016 6 3 Preparation social safeguards framework for projectstyle="width:76px"> 6 IC(competitive August 31, 2016 6 (competitive 4 Techni Urban Planning /TOD) IC(competitive selection) Post September 30, 2016 7 Procurement of contracts financed bythe World Bank will be conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Procurement of theGoods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers” datedJuly 4, and is open to all eligible bidders  as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected inaccorda nce with the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World BankBorrowers” date d July 2014. Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid under theWorld Bank’s ICB p rocedures and for contracts for consultancy services will be announced, as they become available, inUN Development Business and www.chinabidding.com.cn. Interested consultantswho wish to receive a copy of adv ertisement requesting expressions of interest for consultancy contracts, or those requiringadditional information, should contact t he address below. Project Management Office of Ministry ofHousing and Urban & Rural Development Attn: Lu Xuesong No.9, Sanlihe Road Beijing,100835 Tel:86-10-88082413 Fax: 86-10-88082203 E-mail: mohurd_pmo@163.com

Tianjin Urban Transport Improvement Proj - P148129

Project Management Office of TURCC | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 29, 2015
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Research On The Green Transportation Development Strategy On Tianjin Urban (phase I) REQUESTFOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANTING SERVICES? FIRMS SELECTION) China Tianjin Urban Transport Improvement Project Loan No./Credit No./Grant No.:___P148129__ Assignment Title: The Green Transport Development Strategy Research(Phase I) In Tianjin Downtown Reference No. (asper Procurement Plan): E-1A TheTianjin Urban and Ural Construction Commission (TURCC) has applied for financingin the amount of US$ 100,000,000 equivalent fromthe World Bank toward the cost of the Tianjin Urban Transport ImprovementProject, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. Theconsultingservices ("the Services") include building an environmental-friendly,energy-saving and service-efficient green transportsystem and to boost the sustainable development of urban transport in Tianjin. (1) To develop goals, targets and strategies forgreen transport development in Tianjin; (2) To improve the travel environment for NMT (pedestrian and cycling) and promote urbanvibrancy; (3) To improve the public transit system and promote a level of public transit service attractive even to car drivers;(4) To formulate rational motor vehicle developmentpolicies aimed at alleviating traffic jam and at reducing greenhouse gasemissions; (5) To formulate effective measures for travel demand management and corresponding mobility plans and to encouragetravel by green transport; (6) To enhance professional levels of technicians in transport/urban planning, construction andmanagement; (7) To raise public awareness of bus priority, green travel, and low-carbon transportdevelopment as extensively aspossible; (8) To introduce a scientificand replicable approach to design, test and evaluate a combination ofinvestments to supportgreen transport through pilots  in Tianjin  with citizen engagement at the planning, design andimplementation stages, by providing technical support to the implementation of the urban transport improvement project supported byWorld Bank. Thetotal estimated input of this contract is 20 person-months of international experts and 78 person-months of national experts,including experts of urban traffic model, slow traffic, TOD, media volume public transit, policy and institution, road and trafficengineering, investment and finance and public consultation. The estimated time of commencing is about March of 2016, and thecontract duration is about 18 months. The PMO(The World Bank Project Office of Tianjin Urban and Ural Construction Commission) now invites eligible consulting firms to indicatetheir interestin providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: 1?at least 1 WB or ADB financed contracts related to Urban Transport Improvement Project in last 5 years and complete 3contracts within last10 years; 2) complete 2 city level (population larger than 1 million)Green Transport  Plans (including NMT, Public transportationand connections); 3) complete 2NMT designs; 4) have connection designs experiences. Theattention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [May 2004 and revised in July 2014]("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance theirqualifications. AConsultant will be selected in accordance withthe QBS method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, orbye-mail) by Dec 29, 2015. Name of Office: Project Management Office of TURCC (PMO) Attn: Mr. Tang Xiao, the manager assistant of project Address:?7th Flour, 209# Xin Hua Street, He Ping district,Tianjin, China Tel: 0086-22-23120308 Fax: 0086-22?23120318 E-mail: tjpmo@public.tpt.tj.cn; tanny@vip.163.com

CN - Sichuan Small Towns Development - P110632

Sichuan Urban Environment Project Management Office | Published October 14, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
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Digital City Framework Building And Piloting Project In Liujiang Town The Government of the People's Republic of China hasreceived financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Sichuan Small TownsDevelopment Project (SSTDP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consultingservices ("the Services") include: (1) Digital city framework building: build the digitalized smalltown network environment and basic geographic information,to form a set of high-resolution spatial database and electronic atlasthat serve for the digitalized urban management. Build the initial digital city framework for Liujiang in regard to electronicadministrative management, which will be connected to the digital government affairs platform ofHongya County. (2) Comprehensive tourism information service platform building: complete the piloting project of thecomprehensive tourism information service platform for Liujiang, develop the internet-based public service system on WeChat, andthe app for the smart tourism in Liujiang. Develop the tourism geographic information system for Liujiang based on the digital cityframework. (3) Geographic information system building for the underground utilities management: in connection to the relevant information infrastructure and application system built under thedigital city framework, build the database by making use of the existing geological survey data and combining the utilities data,develop the geographic information system of the underground utilities for the water plantto be constructed, and pilot theapplication of the digitalized management of the municipal infrastructure. The services under thiscontract are expected to start in January 2016 and endin October 2016, with the estimated 79 man-months. The China International Tendering Company (CITC) on behalf of the Client, Sichuan Urban Environment ProjectManagement Office now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheirinterest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteriaare: i)          The firmshall be experienced in digital citybuilding or urban planning project based on spatial information, and in the past 10 years, have successfullyperformed at least one provincial or ministerial-level tourist integrated information service project, with experiencein World Bankloaded project in priority. Documents required i)          Legal name ofthe firm and its business licenses; ii)         Contact person anddetails (address, phone numbers, andemail address); iii)        Firm's generalprofile, or brochures; iv)        Describe theorganization structure, staffing and facilities; v)         List generalprojects experiences for the past 10 years, including the completed and the on-going projects; vi)        Other documentationas firm finds necessary to demonstrate its capability and competency to the assignments. The attention ofinterested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 and revised May 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants mayassociate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancyto enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection Based OnConsultants' Qualification (CQS) method set outin the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at theaddress below during office hours from 09:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00 hours (Beijing time) from Monday through Friday. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (by mail, or bye-mail) by November2nd, 2015.

Jiangxi Wuxikou Flood Management Project - P128867

Jiangxi Wuxikou Integrated Flood Management Project Management Office | Published October 22, 2014  -  Deadline November 7, 2014
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The Tasks Of The Consulting Services Are: Comprehensive Investigation And Basic Information Collection, Sorting And So On. DEADLINE:    7   November2014 POSTED:         22 October2014 LOAN Nº:        8237-CN PROJECT: Jiangxi WuxikouIntegrated FloodManagement Project TITLE: Overall Planning of theflood riskcomprehensive management in Jingdezhen city Project ID:P128867 Contract No.:JDZ-WXK-ZX-9 The People's Republic of Chinahas receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Jiangxi Wuxikou IntegratedFlood Management Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services. The aggregate investment ofJiangxi WuxikouIntegrated Flood Management Project is US $ 513.7 million; loan amount is US $100 million, the estimate implementation duration is 6 years (July 2013- June2019). The project includes: Component 1: Construction ofWuxikou Flood Control Scheme Component 2: Capacity Buildingfor Integrated Flood Risk Management System Component 3: Implementation ofResettlement Action Plan Component 4: Project Managementand Implementation Support The tasks of the consultingservices ("theServices") are: 1, Comprehensive investigation and basic informationcollection, sorting; 2, Hydro meteorology analysis, exposition and evaluation ofengineering geology; 3, Analysis of economic and social development and demandin Jingdezhen city; 4, Analysis of current situation of flood risk management; 5,Research of Causes of flood, Damage mechanism and Management factors;6, FrameworkDesign of flood risk integrated management in Jingdezhen city; 7, PlanningResearch of engineering and non-engineering measures of flood risk management;8, Planning Research of measures to reduce exposure and vulnerabilityof floodrisk; 9, Determination of overall planning of flood risk integrated managementin Jingdezhen city; 10, Evaluation of environmental influence; 11, Investmentestimation and economic evaluation; 12, Recent implementation plan; 13, Consultationof stakeholders and the public; 14, Planning conclusions and implementation suggestions. Jiangxi WuxikouIntegrated Flood ManagementProject Management Office (PMO) now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they havethe required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.The shortlisting criteria are: 1 have experiences of planning formulation ofsimilar projects. 2 have consultant experts of flood risk management,hydrology, water resources planning, hydraulicengineering, urban water supply and drainage, urban planning, economy,environment and related major, and have certain technical ability toparticipate in the project. The attention of interestedConsultantsisdrawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers (January, 2011 "Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate withother firmsin the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant willbe selected inaccordance with the Quality ? and Cost - Based Selection (QCBS) method or theQuality - Based Selection?QBS?method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can beobtained at theaddress below during office hours 09:00 to 17:00 hours. Expressions of interest must bedeliveredin a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or send mail andthen post, the time of local postmark is adopted as the time criteria)before November 7, 2014. Jiangxi Wuxikou IntegratedFlood ManagementProject Management Office Attn: Mr Feng Zhaohui MrChen Peijian Address: No. 58,Jingde Road ?in MunicipalWaterAffairs Bureau?Jingdezhen,Jiangxi Province, China, 333000 Tel.: 0086-798-2670102 Fax: 0086-798-2670101 E-mail: jdzwxk@163.com ProcurementAgency: CITIC InternationalTendering Co.,Ltd. Address: Floor45 Jingcheng Mansion No.6Xinyuannan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100004, China Attn: Mr Tu yanqing Tel.: 0086-10-64939765 ext.165 Fax: 0086-10-64939765 ext.105 E-mail:tuyq@biddingcitic.com
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