NG-RAMP PHASE 2 - P095003
| Published November 19, 2014
Supervision Of The Rehabilitation/construction Of Rural Roads
And Prioritized River Crossings In Osun State, Including 3 Years? Labour-based
Maintenance Of The Rehabilitated Roads
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
OSUN STATE SECOND RURAL ACCESS AND MOBILITY PROJECT (RAMP-2)
SUPERVISION OF THE REHABILITATION/CONSTRUCTION OFRURAL ROADS AND PRIORITIZED RIVER CROSSINGS IN OSUN STATE, INCLUDING 3 YEARS' LABOUR-BASED MAINTENANCE OF THE REHABILITATEDROADS
Contract No :OS/RAMP/CST/QCBS/14/2
Duration : Fifty-Six (56)Months
Method of Selection : QCBS
Project ID : P095003
Date of Contract Signature:29th October, 2014
Scope of Contract:
The objectives of the consulting services are:
(i) To reviewthe design of the Works and comment on any issues, deficiencies, or improvements that, in the opinion of the consultant, need to beaddressed to ensure a successful completion of the projects.
(ii) Toratifythe Contractors' work plans for the execution of contracts including the corresponding pre-construction activities in such a way toavoid slippages, delays by the contractor and to monitor and suggest to the Employer remedial advance actions to speed up works andavoid delays;
(iii) To ensure high quality construction with full compliance to Engineering Designsand Drawings, Technical Specifications and other Contract Documents within thespecified timeschedule
(iv) To monitor the Pre-constructionactivities
(v) To ensureproper programming, recording, measurement and accounting of the works by appropriate management andmeasurement techniques and reporting;
(vi) To prepareand issue valuations and payment certificates as at when due and inline with the terms of the contract;
(vii) To preparemonthly and quarterly progress reports and final construction report and compile a full set of as built drawings of all completedworks;
(viii)To ensure safety during construction and adherence to all Environment Management measures prescribed under theContract and the Environmental Management Plan, and ensure the Resettlement Action Plan is fully implemented ahead of construction;
(ix) To supervise any remedial works carried out during the defects liability period. Assign personnel to carry outintermediate and final inspection and preparation and issuance of final completion certificate;
(x) To carry out monthly checks and measurement of the labour-based routinemaintenance of the Works over the 3year period following completion of construction.
Thescope of the assignment will therefore involve develop proper understanding of the project design and drawings. Within the first two months of services, theSupervision consultant shall review the Engineering Reports;Environmental Management Plans (EMPs), and the Resettlement ActionPlans (RAPs) including sequence of implementation of EMP and RAP measures etc., and shall provide the Employer with any recommendedcorrectivemeasures.
Minimum Qualifying TechnicalScore:
Nicholas O'Dwyer ConsultingEngineers
SAI Consulting Engineers PvtLimited
Sanol Engineering ConsultantsLimited
Weighted Technical Score
Adequacy of Proposed Methodology
Transfer of Knowledge
Participation by Nationals among key staff
Price as read out
Final Evaluation Price
Final Negotiated Price
Other ShortlistedConsultant(s)/Firm(s) (these will be all that "Proposal submitted=no")
Debriefing:Any Consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which itsProposal was not selected, should request an explanation in writing from the State Project Coordinator, State ProjectImplementation Unit (SPIU) Osun Rural Access and Mobility Project, Old Government Press Building, testing ground area, Osogbo. OsunState.
**The requesting Consultant shall bear all the costs of attendingto such a debriefing.