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UNECA Campus Architect Professional Services/ Long Term On-Call Agreement

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 26, 2016
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) is located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from qualified companies with the required expertise and experience to provide Campus Architect Professional Services to support and implement a multi-year, multi-million dollar Strategic Capital Review (SCR) and project plan.
The firms would be expected to provide support for a campus plan including but not limited to all planning and programming, engineering disciplines, architectural, cost consultancy, quantity surveying, space planning, schematic and detailed design, construction document preparation, preparation of tender dossier, construction administration and close-out.
The SCR mainly focus on the west campus building; Congo, Nile, Niger and Limpopo totaling approximately 40,000 m2 built between 1961 and 1971.
The execution of this multi-year, on-call agreement requires a multi-disciplined architectural/engineering firm with at least 20 years of international equivalent or similar project experience. The firms are required to demonstrate experience on preparing and working on campus plans and developing mulit-year as well as multi-million dollar programmes/projects on a campus equivalent to UNECA of atleast 5 hectares with a building portfolio in excess of 50,000 m2. Due to the nature and length of this contract in Ethiopia, firms must demonstrate satisfactory local and international professional expertise or a partnership/strategic alliances with a competent and experienced firms.
Interested firms will be invited to the tender by  “RFP” at a later stage.
Interested firms should submit a fully completed Vendor Response Form to the above listed email address or fax number on or before the closing date of the EOI i.e. 25 October 2016.

Ethiopia- Expressway Development Support - P148850

Ethiopian Roads Authority | Published July 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016
Design And Build Road Contract (dbrc) Of Modjo ? Hawassa
Highway Project Lot 3: Batu (zeway) ? Arsi Negele Section
COUNTRY:                                          Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
NAMEOF PROJECT:                     Expressway Development Support Project
SECTOR:                              Transport
CREDIT No.:                                       5371
COUNTRY:                                         Federal DemocraticRepublic of Ethiopia
NAME OFPROJECT:                     Expressway Development Support Project
SECTOR:                              Transport
CREDIT No.:                                       5625-ET
PROJECT ID No:                               P148850
Contract/Bid No:                              IFB/01
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has receivedfinancing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Ethiopia Road Sector Support Project and it intends to apply part of theproceeds towards payments for the Design and Build of Modjo-Hawassa Highway Project Lot 3:Batu (Zeway) - Arsi Negele Section (57.10 km). Accordingly, the EthiopianRoad Authority (ERA) who is the representative of the FDRE now invites sealedbids from eligible bidders who are capable of designing and constructing the captioned Project.
Theproposed section is part of the approximately 202 Km long new Modjo-Hawassa Highway, which is entirely located in the OromiaNational Regional State in the south central partof the Country. The project will have a dual carriageway highway that  provides a  high  speed,  free-flowing  connection  to  improve  the  connectivity  so as to (a) facilitatetrade between Ethiopia and Kenya, as well as with other eastern and southern African countries, as the proposed road is animportant segment of the Trans-East African Highway;(b) establish an efficient inter-city corridor between the economic andpolitical capital of the nation, Addis Ababa with Batu and Hawassa to attract investment in light manufacturing andagro-processing; (c) facilitate the export of agricultural products thereby helping to strengthen the export base; (d) facilitatethe marketing of their productsthereby ensure trade and competitiveness; and (e) facilitate the tourism industry along theModjo-Hawassa corridor, and the National Parks in the vicinity; (f) to enable Ethiopia's strategic goal of diversifying international  links and  sea  outlets through Addis Ababa-Moyale-Nairobi-Mombasa/ Lamuroad corridor.
Table1:  Contract Description/ Scope ofWorks
Procurement ReferenceNo
Type       of Road Surface
Design and Build Road Contract(DBRC) of Modjo ? Hawassa Highway Project Lot 3: Batu (Zeway) ? Arsi Negele section
W/03/ICB/OC/L/IDA/2008 EFY
Theminimum specific and the general qualification criteria of the project are depicted in the followingtable:
Table 2: Experience and Qualification Requirements
Item No.
Qualification Criteria
Minimum Qualification Requirement
Cash Flow (Million USD)
Turnover  (Million USD)
General Experience
Experience under contracts in the role of contractor, subcontractor, ormanagement contractorfor the last ten [10] years prior to the applications submissiondeadline, and with activity in at least nine (9) months in eachyear.
4. (a)
Specific Experience
During the last eight (8)years, participation asContractor, Management Contractor, or Subcontractor, in onedual carriageway road construction contract with a value of at least US$ 340millionor two dual carriageway road construction contracts each with a value of at least US$170 million. These dual carriageway road contracts must have been successfully andsubstantially completed (80% completed) and should be of similar nature (having new construction /upgrade).
For contracts under which the Bidder participated as a joint venture member or sub-contractor, only the Bidder's share, byvalue, shall be considered to meet this requirement.
4. (b)
Specific ConstructionExperience in Key Activities
i.            .
Earth work; cut &borrow to fill, cut to spoil (common) excavation(M3/Yr)
ii.            i
Sub-Base (M3/Yr)
DBM (Bituminous base) (M3/Yr)
iv.            .
Asphalt Concrete Wearing Course (M3/Yr)
1.        The Turnover requirements setin the above Table 2 are minimum average construction turnover calculated as the total certified payments received for contracts inprogress or completed, within the last five (5) years.
2.       Key Activities requirementsare the minimum annual construction product outputs in executing the quantities shown in the Table 2 Item 3 (b) above, calculatedas the average of the quantities executed in the contracts mentioned in item 2 above, or other contracts executed in the last  Eight (8) years.
3.       Only the bidders who considerthat they meet the qualification criteria as given in the Table2 should apply. Accordingly, Bids by the bidder who do not meetthesecriteria will be rejected.
Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, January, 2011 (Revised July 2014), and is open to all eligible bidders asdefined in the guidelines. Bidders shall submit two envelopes, "Technical Bid" inone envelope and "Financial Bid" separately inanother envelope and should be sealed in an outer envelope. Bid opening and evaluation is tobe carried out in two stages, TechnicalBids first, followed by the opening, at a date to be advised by the Employer, of the Financial Bidsof those bidders whose TechnicalBids are found to be substantially responsive, qualified and technically compliant. The envisaged contract period of the project is3.5 calendar years.
Interested eligible applicants may obtain further informationfrom and inspect the Bidding Document from Engineering ProcurementDirectorate, Ethiopian Roads Authority, Ras Abebe Aregay Street,1st Floor, Main Building, Room No. 108, P.O. Box 1770, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Tel. No. (251-11)551-50-02, Fax No. (251-11) 554-44-34 from 08:30to 12:30 in the morning and 13:30 to 17:30 in the afternoon from Monday to Thursday and from 08:30 to 11:30 in the morning and13:30 to 17:30 in the afternoon on Fridays (Local time), except public holy days.A complete set of the bidding document in English Language may be purchasedby interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the abovementioned address and upon payment of a nonrefundablefee of USD 500 or Ethiopian Birr 10,000. Themethod of payment will be cashier's check or direct deposit to ERA's account CBE A/C No.:01715-33144600. The document will be sent byregistered airmail if so required by prospective bidders but under no circumstances the authority will be held responsible for latedelivery or loss of the documents so mailed.
All bids mustbe accompanied by a bid security ofUS$ 500,000.00 or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency, and be delivered to the address shown below on or beforeOctober 25, 2016 at 2:30 PM. The Technical Bids will be opened immediately thereafter, in the presence of bidders' representatives,who choose to attend, at the address specified herein under. Late bids will be rejected. It shall be noted that the documentaryevidences that are emanated outside the country of the Employershall be authenticated by the appropriate publicbody.
Araya Girmay, DirectorGeneral
Ras Abebe AregayStreet
Floor/ Room Number:4th Floor/ Room No.  407
City: AddisAbaba
Telephone: +251-11-515-66-03
Facsimile number: +251-11-551-48-66
Ethiopian Roads Authority
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