CCGS Eckaloo -Vessel Life Extension
Fisheries & Oceans Canada | Published September 1, 2015 - Deadline September 16, 2015
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Vendor Name and Address: Northern Transportation Company Limited 1209, 10104-103 Ave Edmonton Alberta Canada T5J0H8 Nature of Requirements: CCGS Eckaloo -Vessel Life Extension F7049-150120/A Anstey, Gregory Telephone No. - (250) 363-0088 Fax No. - (250) 363-3960 firstname.lastname@example.org Definition of the Requirement Fisheries and Oceans Canada/Canadian Coast Guard has a requirement for a Ship Repair Contractor to carry out the Vessel Life Extension (VLE) on the Canadian Coast Guard vessel, CCGS Eckaloo. The work will involve completing an extensive list of repairs and modifications/upgrades as contained in the Statement of Work that has been prepared for the Project. (The Table of Contents from that work is posted below.) Vessel Information Name: CCGS Eckaloo Type: Type 700 Special Nav Aids Tender Class: Class 1 Minor Waters Year Built: 1988 Principle Dimensions Length: 49.0m Breadth, molded: 13.4m Loaded Draft: 2.3m Tonnage: 212.00 Propulsion: Twin 3512-B Caterpillar Engines, 7261 Reduction/Reversible Gear Box, Twin Shaft, Fixed Propeller Criteria for assessment of the Statement of Capabilities (minimum essential requirements) Any interested supplier must demonstrate, by way of a Statement of Capabilities, that it meets the following requirements: 1 - Facilities and Equipment - Must have a facility capable of docking, undocking and placing the vessel undercover for the entire duration of the work period in a location near the vessel's Home Port in Hay River, NWT. 2 - Manpower - Must be capable of providing enough skilled and certified tradesmen to carry-out the work in accordance with the requirements detailed in the Statement of Work and be able to complete all the work in the period 20 October 2015 to 01 June 2016. 3 - Project Management Experience - Must be able to demonstrate Project Management Experience in the area of Ship Refits and Repairs by providing details of significant recent ship repair projects including references that can verify the provided information. 4 - Quality Management - In the performance of the Work described in the Contract, the Contractor must comply with the requirements of: ISO 9001:2008 - Quality Management Systems - Requirements, published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), current edition at date of submission of the Contractor's bid with the exclusion of the following requirement: 7.3 Design and Development. It is not the intent of this clause to require that the Contractor be registered to the applicable standard; however, the Contractor's quality management system must address each requirement contained in the standard. 5 - Insurance - The Contractor must obtain Ship Repairer's Liability Insurance and maintain it in force throughout the duration of the Contract, in an amount usual for a contract of this nature, but for not less than $10,000,000 per accident or occurrence. The Contractor must obtain Commercial General Liability Insurance, and maintain it in force throughout the duration of the Contract, in an amount usual for a contract of this nature, but for not less than $10,000,000 per accident or occurrence. 6 - Contract Financial Security - The Contractor must be able to provide one of the following contract financial securities within five (5) calendar days after the date of contract award: EITHER a) A performance bond (form PWGSC-TPSGC 505) and a labour and material payment bond (form PWGSC-TPSGC 506), each in the amount of 50% percent of the contract price. Any bond must be accepted as security by one of the bonding companies listed in Treasury Board Contracting Policy, Appendix L, Acceptable Bonding Companies. OR b) A security deposit (as defined in Paragraph 4 below) to the value of 10 percent of the contract price. 7 - Environmental Protection - The Contractor and its sub-contractors engaged in the Work on a Canadian Government vessel must carry-out the Work in compliance with applicable municipal, provincial, and federal environmental laws, regulations, and industry standards. The Contractor must have detailed procedures and processes for identifying, removing, tracking, storing, transporting and disposing of all potential pollutants and hazardous material encountered, to ensure compliance as required above. All waste disposal certificates are to be provided to the Inspection Authority or designate, with information copies sent to the Contracting Authority. Furthermore, additional evidence of compliance with municipal, provincial and federal environmental laws and regulations is to be furnished by the Contractor to the Contracting Authority when so requested. The Contractor must have plans and procedures in place for oil spill and other environmental emergency responses. Contractor and subcontractor employees must have received the appropriate training in emergency preparedness and response. Contractor personnel engaging in activities which may cause environmental impacts or potential non compliance situations must be competent to do so on the basis of appropriate education, training and experience. Applicability of the trade agreement(s) to the procurement This procurement is subject to the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) and exempt from NAFTA [see Chapter 10, Annex 1001.2b, paragraph 1 (a)] and from the WTO-AGP (see Annex 4). Justification for the pre-identified supplier The shipyard, operated by Northern Transportation Company Limited (NTCL) in Hay River, is currently the only known facility in the area capable of docking the CCGS Dumit and moving the vessel into an enclosed structure for the duration of the work period. PWGSC policy allows for the work to be directed to one shipyard if certain conditions exist. In this case, special operational considerations of the client limit movement of the vessel beyond a specified location. This vessel's primary operational role is the installation and removal of navigational buoys in the Mackenzie River system in the NWT. The vessel is based at the Coast Guard base in Hay River. At the close of the navigational season the vessel works its way down the river picking up the buoys to avoid them being damaged by ice and ends its trip in Hay River. The vessel cannot navigate in ice conditions in the river as it is not ice strengthened (i.e. it is not an icebreaker). Given the vessel's operational requirements, it cannot be moved to another location for work to be carried out. Government contracts regulations exception(s) The following exception(s) to the Government Contracts Regulations is (are) invoked for this procurement under subsection 6(d) - "only one person is capable of performing the work"). Exclusions and/or limited tendering reasons The following limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the trade agreement specified: i) Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Article 12 b. ii) Where there is an absence of competition for technical reasons and the goods or services can be supplied only by a particular supplier and no alternative or substitute exists. Period of the proposed contract or delivery date Work must commence on 20 October 2015 and be fully complete by 01 June 2016. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Northern Transportation Company Limited Suite 1209, 10104 - 103 Avenue Edmonton AB T5J 0H8 Closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is 16 September 2015, 2:00 pm PDT. Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities are to be directed to: Gregory D. Anstey Supply Team Leader CCG, Western Region, VLE/MLM Project Pacific Region Public Works and Government Services Canada 401-1230 Government Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 3X4 Gregory.email@example.com Telephone : 250-363-0088 Facsimile : 250-363-3960 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF THE STATEMENT OF WORK GENERAL SECTIONS G 1.0 General Notes G 2.0 General Technical Reference G 3.0 Paint Specifications G 4.0 Eckaloo Hull Condition Survey - Lloyds G 5.0 CCGS Eckaloo - Procedures for Asbestos Containing Systems G 6.0 CCGS Eckaloo - Procedures for Lead Containing Systems SERVICE SECTIONS S 1.0 Services HULL AND DOCKING SECTIONS HD 1.0 Docking HD 1.0A Appendix A to HD 1.0 - Docking Certificates HD 2.0 Hull Repairs and Load Line HD 3.0 Propeller Survey HD 4.0 Stern Tube & Shaft Surveys HD 5.0 Sea Chest Surveys HD 6.0 Ship's Side Valve Replacements and Surveys HD 7.0 Anode Replacements HD 8.0 Underwater Hull Coatings HD 9.0 Above Waterline Hull Coatings HD 10.0 Ballast Tank Coatings HD 11.0 Potable Water Tank Coatings HD 12.0 Undocking HD 13.0 Sea Trials HULL SECTIONS H 1.0 Tank Cleaning H 2.0 Mast Removal H 3.0 Tank Surveys H 4.0 Steering Machinery Surveys H 5.0 Intermediate Shaft Bearing Surveys H 6.0 Anchor Windlass Survey H 7.0 Anchor and Anchor Chain Survey H 8.0 Aft Cranes Surveys H 9.0 Main Crane Survey H 10.0 Life Raft Replacements H 11.0 CO2 System Hydrostatics H 12.0 Fixed Fire System Inspection H 13.0 Accommodation Flooring H 14.0 Asbestos & HAZMAT Removal H 15.0 Shaft Alignments H 16.0 Mast Installation MACHINERY SECTIONS M 1.0 Steering Control Upgrade M 1.0A Appendix A to M 1.0 Steering Control Upgrade M 2.0 Gear Box Overhauls & Surveys M 3.0 Air Compressor Renewals M 4.0 Emergency Heat Exchanger Surveys M 5.0 HVAC System Upgrade M 5.0A Appendix A to M 7.0 HVAC System Upgrade M 6.0 Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Annual Inspections M 7.0 Hot Water Tank Replacements M 8.0 Galley Dishwasher Replacement M 9.0 Extended Spindle Valve Overhauls M 10.0 Vibration Analysis M 11.0 Hydraulic Equipment Upgrade M 12.0 Helicopter Fire Fighting System Removals ELECTRICAL SECTIONS E 1.0 Ship Service Generator Installations E 1.0A Appendix A to E 1.0 Ship Service Generator Installation E 2.0 Electrical Switchboard Replacement E 3.0 Electrical Insulation (Survey) E 4.0 Baseboard Upgrades E 5.0 Hold Heater Replacements E 6.0 Motor Overhauls E 7.0 Cold Start Generator ELECTRONICS SECTIONS EL 1.0 Fire Detection System Upgrade EL 2.0 Bridge Electronics Upgrades Delivery Date: Above-mentioned You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. 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