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The Supply and Installation of a Radiation Monitoring System at the Plasma Melting Facility

 | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 21, 2016
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THE SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF A RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEM AT THE PLASMA MELTING FACILITY

This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published in Procurement Opportunities, on the EBRD website, Procurement Notices (http://www.ebrd.com/) on 20th January 2016 and in the Bulgarian newspaper “Trud” on 20th January 2016.

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste (SERAW) hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”, intends to use part of the proceeds of a Grant from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF), administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) towards the cost of the Supply and Installation of a Radiation Monitoring System at the Plasma Melting Facility. The project is being managed by Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU) and all questions regarding this Tender should be directed to the Head of D-R PMU as noted below.

The Purchaser now invites sealed tenders from Suppliers for the following contract to be funded from part of the proceeds of the Grant:

  • Supply of Radiation Monitoring Instrumentation;
  • Supply of Information Systems Units;
  • Supply of Electrical Equipment, Mechanical Equipment and Materials;
  • Related Services: Installation, Calibration, Testing and Commissioning.

Procurement will be carried out in accordance with EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules. The contract to be financed with the proceeds of KIDSF Grant will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country.

To be qualified for the award of a contract, Tenderers must satisfy the following minimum criteria:

  1. Eligibility requirements – as described above;
  2. Historical contract performance - non-performance of a contract and/or litigation awards against the Supplier did not occur within the last 5 (five) years;
  3. Financial situation – Average annual turnover as a Supplier (defined as billing for Goods and Services delivered and under delivery) over the last 5 (five) years of €1,000,000 (One million Euros) or equivalent;
  4. Experience as a Supplier, in at least 2 (two) contracts within the last 5 (five) years, that have been successfully and substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed Goods and Related Services. The similarity shall be based on the physical size, complexity or other characteristics.

The proceeds of the Grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

Tender Documents may be obtained at the Purchaser's Mailing address listed below, upon submission of a written formal demand and a copy of payment of a non-refundable fee of €100.00 (One Hundred Euros) in cash or by bank transfer to the following bank account:

UNICREDIT BULBANK AD

7 Sveta Nedelya Sq.

1000 Sofia, Bulgaria

BG 39 UNCR 96601003496600

BIC: UNCRBGSF

Recipient: DP RAO

Bank commissions and fees shall be to the expense of the tenderer. The Tender Documents will be dispatched promptly by e-mail and by courier at the first opportunity, following confirmation of receipt of the fee by the Purchaser, but no liability will be accepted for loss or late delivery. In the event of discrepancy between electronic and hard copies of the documents, the hard copies shall prevail.

The tenderer’s formal request for the Tender Documents shall include details of the postal address and email address of where the Tender Documents are to be sent and a contact name, telephone and fax numbers, email address for future correspondence, invoice details and VAT number of the Tenderer.

All Tenders must be accompanied by a Tender Security of €10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Euros).

Tenders must be delivered to the office at the address below on or before 14.00 hrs. (local Bulgarian time) on Tuesday, 21 June 2016, at which time they will be opened in the presence of the tenderers’ representatives who wish to attend. Tenders delivered after this deadline will be rejected and returned unopened.

Prospective Tenderers may obtain further information from the following office:

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste
Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU)
Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant site, SERAW Office “Protocol” DPRAO
3321 Kozloduy
Bulgaria
Attention: Head of D-R PMU
Office tel.: + 359 973 7 6422
Fax: + 359 973 7 4508
E-mail: DR-PMU@dprao.bg

 

A register of potential Tenderers who have purchased the Tender Documents may be inspected at the Purchaser's mailing address. 

This notice refers to goods, works or consultancy services to be procured though open and competitive tendering for projects/contracts funded through funds which are administered by the EBRD. Potential tenderers desiring additional information on the procurement in question or the project/contract in general should contact the Project Management Unit and not the EBRD.

The Supply and Installation of a Radiation Monitoring System at the Plasma Melting Facility

 | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2016
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This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published in Procurement Opportunities, on the EBRD website, Procurement Notices (http://www.ebrd.com/) on 20th January 2016 and in the Bulgarian newspaper “Trud” on 20th January 2016.

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste (SERAW) hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”, intends to use part of the proceeds of a Grant from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF), administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) towards the cost of the Supply and Installation of a Radiation Monitoring System at the Plasma Melting Facility. The project is being managed by Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU) and all questions regarding this Tender should be directed to the Head of D-R PMU as noted below.

The Purchaser now invites sealed tenders from Suppliers for the following contract to be funded from part of the proceeds of the Grant:

  • Supply of Radiation Monitoring Instrumentation;
  •  Supply of Information Systems Units;
  • Supply of Electrical Equipment, Mechanical Equipment and Materials;
  • Related Services: Installation, Calibration, Testing and Commissioning.

Procurement will be carried out in accordance with EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules. The contract to be financed with the proceeds of KIDSF Grant will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the KIDSF Grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.

To be qualified for the award of a contract, Tenderers must satisfy the following minimum criteria:

  1. Eligibility requirements – as described above;
  2. Historical contract performance - non-performance of a contract and/or litigation awards against the Supplier did not occur within the last 5 (five) years;
  3. Financial situation – Average annual turnover as a Supplier (defined as billing for Goods and Services delivered and under delivery) over the last 5 (five) years of €1,000,000 (One million Euros) or equivalent;
  4. Experience as a Supplier, in at least 2 (two) contracts within the last 5 (five) years, that have been successfully and substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed Goods and Related Services. The similarity shall be based on the physical size, complexity or other characteristics.

The proceeds of the Grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

Tender Documents may be obtained at the Purchaser's Mailing address listed below, upon submission of a written formal demand and a copy of payment of a non-refundable fee of €100.00 (One Hundred Euros) in cash or by bank transfer to the following bank account:

UNICREDIT BULBANK AD

7 Sveta Nedelya Sq.

1000 Sofia, Bulgaria

BG 39 UNCR 96601003496600

BIC: UNCRBGSF

Recipient: DP RAO

Bank commissions and fees shall be to the expense of the tenderer. The Tender Documents will be dispatched promptly by e-mail and by courier at the first opportunity, following confirmation of receipt of the fee by the Purchaser, but no liability will be accepted for loss or late delivery. In the event of discrepancy between electronic and hard copies of the documents, the hard copies shall prevail.

The tenderer’s formal request for the Tender Documents shall include details of the postal address and email address of where the Tender Documents are to be sent and a contact name, telephone and fax numbers, email address for future correspondence, invoice details and VAT number of the Tenderer.

All Tenders must be accompanied by a Tender Security of €10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Euros).

Tenders must be delivered to the office at the address below on or before 14.00 hrs. (local Bulgarian time) on Thursday, 1st September 2016. Tenders will be opened at 14.00 hrs. (local Bulgarian time) on the same day Thursday, 1st September 2016 in the presence of those Tenderers’ representatives who choose to attend.

Tenders delivered after this deadline will be rejected and returned unopened.

Prospective Tenderers may obtain further information from the following office:

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste

Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU)

Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant site, SERAW Office “Protocol” DPRAO

3321 Kozloduy

Bulgaria

Attention: Head of D-R PMU

Office tel.: + 359 973 7 6422

Fax: + 359 973 7 4508

E-mail: DR-PMU@dprao.bg

A register of potential Tenderers who have purchased the Tender Documents may be inspected at the Purchaser's mailing address. 

This notice refers to goods, works or consultancy services to be procured though open and competitive tendering for projects/contracts funded through funds which are administered by the EBRD. Potential tenderers desiring additional information on the procurement in question or the project/contract in general should contact the Project Management Unit and not the EBRD.


Unless otherwise indicated, these tendering opportunities are funded from an EBRD loan, and tendering procedures are governed by EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules.

Kozloduy NPP Units 1-4 Decommissioning Programme and the National Disposal Facility

 | Published August 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2016
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In November 1999, the Bulgarian Government and the European Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding, in which the Bulgarian Government undertook a firm commitment to close and decommission Units 1 - 4 of the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) at the earliest possible dates. The Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF) has been established and is administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). One of the purposes of this Fund is to finance, or co-finance preparation and implementation of selected projects, which would require procurement of Goods, Works and Services for modification of existing plant systems, design and construction of decommissioning facilities, including the National Disposal Facility, in an environmentally safe and cost effective manner, definition and procurement of dismantling and decontamination technologies and equipment.

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste SE (SERAW) is responsible for the Kozloduy NPP Units 1-4 Decommissioning Programme and the National Disposal Facility.

A Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU) has been established in order to assist SERAW in the administration and management of the projects notified below.

This General Procurement Notice is an update to the General Procurement Notice, published on 9th August 2014. It draws the attention to the following upcoming procurement activities:

Decommissioning Projects:

  • Information Centre for Decommissioning (Project 20)

This project is for the design, construction, testing, furnishing and commissioning of SERAW Information Centre for the Decommissioning Project of KNPP Units 1-4. The project will identify new media forms, models and equipment required for the purposes of the information campaigns concerning/introducing the Decommissioning activities and will manage the procurement of these.

  • Supply of a Decommissioning Management System (Project 22)

This project provides that the existing Decommissioning Management System (Hardware and Software) should be upgraded with an up-to-date and integrated system.

  • Inventory, Treatment and Conditioning of Contaminated Soil (Project 23)

This project is to carry out a survey of the KNPP decommissioning site, Units 1 to 4, and further remediation of contaminated soil based on approach approved by the Client. The project includes: development of a methodology, characterization of the soils in accordance with this methodology and a proposal for potential strategies for storage or remediation.

  • Concrete Core Sampling Analyses (Project 24)

This project is for the provision of services of a specialist contractor to carry out core sampling and analysis of concrete structures, e.g. the reactor pond walls and other structures which come into contact with contaminated water to determine the depth of any contamination to allow the decommissioning of the structures to be accurately planned.

  • Supply of Equipment for Treatment of Accumulated Quantities of Radioactive  Sludge at KNPP Units 1-4 (Project 28)

This project is for the supply of equipment for:

  • Retrieval of the radioactive sludge and residues from the places, where they currently are and their feeding to the inlet of the treatment facility;
  • Treatment of the radioactive sludge and residues and treatment of the generated secondary RAW into forms that will be suitable for further transportation, storage and/or disposal
  • The Supply and Installation of a Radiation Monitoring System at the Plasma Melting Facility (Project 32)

The project covers the supply of the equipment, materials and cables necessary for the RMS at the PMF site; the installation of the equipment and cables; system commissioning.

  • Independent Infrastructure Separation between Kozloduy NPP and SERAW (Project 35)

This Project governs design, equipment supply, installation and commissioning of utilities, needed for the separation of the external grids of the technical infrastructure of the station-wide buildings and facilities of Kozloduy NPP from SERAW.

  • Supply of Lifting and Transportation Equipment (Project 38)

This project is for the procurement of an Engine Powered Lift Truck having 25t to 30t loading capacity to ensure safety effective and economically efficient transport of dismantled materials.

  • Back-up Power Supply for Units 1&2 and Dismantling of DGS-1 Equipment for Use of the Building for Decommissioning (Project 39 – Phase II)

The project includes:

  • Design, supply of dismantling tools and facilities,
  • Reconstruction of DGS-1 building; and
  • Installation of the necessary equipment for the utilities of the building and their commissioning.
  • Restoration of hydro-insulation of Turbine Hall and Reactor Building of KNPP Units 1-4. (Project 43)

This Project will cover the removal of the old damaged roof insulation of the Turbine Hall and Reactor Buildings and their replacement with a new insulation as per state-to-the-art technologies.  

The estimated total budget for the above projects is 21 Million Euros.

National Disposal Facility (Repository) projects

  • Site Preparation for Construction of National Disposal Facility:

Preparation of Radiana site for the subsequent construction of the National Disposal Facility, including provision of electrical supply, water supply, provision of heating supply from district network, provision of sewage and rainwater pond connection to discharge-points, implementation of relocation and rehabilitation works and site clean-up, removal of existing water channel, development of data base, design and construction of new and rehabilitation of existing road.

  • Design of multi-layer test cover of NDF at Radiana site

This project includes development of conceptual and detailed design for two variants of multi-layer cover of National Disposal Facility and implementation of the detailed design at Radiana site.

The estimated total budget for the above projects is 13 Million Euros.

Tendering for contracts to be financed from grants of the KIDSF will be in line with the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from eligible countries as of 01 August 2015:  EU member states, Switzerland and the EBRD countries of operation.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact in writing:

Head of D-R PMU

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste

Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant site

Kozloduy

Bulgaria

Fax: + 359 973 7 4508

E-mail: DR-PMU@dprao.bg

 

 

Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund

 | Published October 17, 2014  -  Deadline November 7, 2014
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Design for Relocation of the Existing Irrigation Channel from Radiana Site (R-Project 4D-3) The Invitation for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project published in Procurement Opportunities, on the EBRD website dated 9th August 2014 under General Procurement Notice ref. No 7674-GPN-17149-R3. Assignment Description: The Bulgarian State Enterprise “Radioactive Waste” (SERAW) is to construct a disposal facility for short-lived low and intermediate level radioactive wastes (NDF) on the Radiana site, located close to Kozloduy NPP, north-west Bulgaria. A section of water irrigation channel named M-1 from the irrigation system “Shishmanov val” with a length of approximately 1300 meters is passing through the Radiana site. It shall be relocated (re-routed) outside Radiana site preserving the original characteristics of the irrigation channel to deliver water for nearby villages and for Kozloduy NPP. A Concept for relocation and Detailed Site Developing Plan - Parcel Plan are already elaborated within a separate project. The relocation concept includes use of pumping station situated on the west side before Radiana site, that pumps the 0,8 m3 per second water through two pump units, construction of an underground pipe 650 m long with diameter 800 mm and construction of linear surface concrete hydraulic structure in 5 sections, 3440 m long. The design flow rate is 0.9 m3 per second. The concept includes also a water intake facility with branch for delivery of water to Kozloduy NPP through a pipeline with estimated diameter about 600mm and route of about 1600m. SERAW wants to engage a Consultant to elaborate detailed design for relocation (re-routing) of section of water irrigation channel M-1. The detailed design shall be based on the developed concept and Parcel Plans. The design shall provide protection against flooding from the channel to Radiana site and adjacent road infrastructure giving special attention to the geotechnical reinforcement of the linear hydraulic structures because of the weak loess soil, develop the restoration of the site of the abandoned linear hydraulic structures and develop the recovery to the disturbed roads. Attention shall be given also to the preservation of the current Botev alley, which is a historical monument. Design shall comply with Bulgarian legislations, including but not limited to Ordinance No.4 for the Scope and Content of the Investment Projects. In coordination with SERAW and other interested stakeholders the design shall check and confirm (or amend) a suitable point for water intake from the new route of channel M-1 for piping connection with Kozloduy NPP. The Consultant shall provide assistance to SERAW in obtaining coordination and approvals of the design documentation (including construction permit) by all relevant Bulgarian authorities including but not limited to Irrigation Systems PLC (Napoitelni Sistemi EAD), Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency, Ministry of Regional Development, Kozloduy Municipality and Kozloduy NPP. Status of the Selection Process: Interested Candidates are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. Assignment start date and duration: The assignment is anticipated to start in January 2015 and last about 4 (four) months for the design work and about 6 (six) months for coordination procedures of the design documentation with the authorities and interested stakeholders and approval of the design. Maximum budget available for the assignment: EUR 130 000 (One Hundred Thirty Thousand Euros) (Exclusive VAT) available for the assignment and shall be free from any and all taxes, custom duties or other fees or mandatory payments arising in or as a result of performance of services in the country of the Assignment (Bulgaria). Funding source: The contract will be financed by a Grant from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF). Eligibility: Consultant selection will be carried out in accordance with EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules, with the exception of country eligibility restrictions defined in KIDSF Rules and will be open to Consultants form eligible countries as of 1st October 2014: the EU member states, Switzerland and the EBRD’s countries of operation. Consultant Profile: The Consultant should be a firm or a consortium of firms with valid certificates for full designer capability of the experts for all parts of the intended design, particularly for disciplines Hydro-Melioration/Hydrotechnics, Geotechnics (Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology), Geodesy, Structural, Electrical, Roads, Site Restoration, Plan for Safety and Health, Organisation and Execution of the Construction and Bill of Quantities (detailed specifications for works and materials and cost assessment). The Consultant shall have relevant experience in all areas needed for performance of the assignment as described above which must include expertise in the following specific areas: Design of Water Irrigation (Hydro-Melioration) Systems of similar scope and nature and/or design for rehabilitation of Water Irrigation (Hydro-Melioration) Systems and design for rehabilitation (site restoration and road recovery); Design works of linear hydraulic systems in loess type soils; Experience in design development according the Bulgarian legislation. The Consultants team of experts shall cover all areas of described above. Valid certificates for full designer capability of the experts are mandatory. The Consultants team of experts shall have capabilities to evaluate design documentation written in Bulgarian and in English. Submission requirements: In order to determine the capabilities, experience and expertise of consultants seeking to be shortlisted in accordance with the requirements above, the information submitted shall include the following: Cover letter including full contact details, including address of the company submitting the expression of interest, phone and fax numbers and email address of contact person; Company profile, organisation and staffing, including turnover, continuity of ownership, history of litigation for the previous five years; Copies of the valid certificates for full designer capability of the experts; Copies of ISO certification 9001:2008 or equivalent; Details of experience or similar assignments in the outlined key areas undertaken in the previous 10 years using the template below: CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), main activities performed by the expert and proposed role in this assignment Completed Contact sheet and Consultant declaration (30KB - DOCX) The above information should not exceed 15 pages excluding CVs and references. One (1) original and four (4) numbered copies of the above information in English language and a CD containing an electronic version of the Expression of Interest in PDF format shall be submitted to SERAW in an envelope marked “Design for Rehabilitation Works (R-Project 4D-3) – Design for Relocation of the Existing Irrigation Channel from Radiana Site”, to reach the offices of SERAW not later than the deadline mentioned above. The address of the SERAW is:

State Enterprise Radioactive Waste

 | Published August 9, 2014  -  Deadline August 9, 2015
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In November 1999, the Bulgarian Government and the European Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding, in which the Bulgarian Government undertook a firm commitment to close and decommission Units 1 - 4 of the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) at the earliest possible dates. The Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF) has been established and is administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). One of the purposes of this Fund is to finance, or co-finance preparation and implementation of selected projects, which would require procurement of Goods, Works and Services for modification of existing plant systems, design and construction of decommissioning facilities, including the National Disposal Facility, in an environmentally safe and cost effective manner, definition and procurement of dismantling and decontamination technologies and equipment. State Enterprise Radioactive Waste SE (SERAW) is responsible for the Kozloduy NPP Units 1-4 Decommissioning Programme and the National Disposal Facility. A Decommissioning-Repository Project Management Unit (D-R PMU) has been established in order to assist SERAW in the administration and management of the projects notified below. This General Procurement Notice is an update to the General Procurement Notice for Kozloduy NPP Units 1-4 Decommissioning Programme and for the National Disposal Facility projects, published on 09 August 2013. It draws the attention to the following upcoming procurement activities: Decommissioning Projects: • Supply of Equipment for Alpha Spectrometry Equipment (Project 5d - 1) This project is for the Supply of Laboratory Equipment for Alpha Radionuclides determinations for the Characterization and Analysis of Ion Exchange Resins in Auxiliary Buildings 1 and 2. Information Centre for Decommissioning (Project 20) This project is for the design, construction, testing, furnishing and commissioning of SERAW Information Centre for the Decommissioning Programme of KNPP Units 1-4. The project will identify new media forms, models and equipment required for the purposes of the information campaigns concerning/introducing the Decommissioning activities and will manage the procurement of these. Supply of a Decommissioning Management System (Project 22a) This project provides that the existing Decommissioning Management System (Hardware and Software) should be upgraded with an up-to-date and integrated system. Inventory, Treatment and Conditioning of Contaminated Soil (Project 23) This project is to carry out a survey of the KNPP decommissioning site, Units 1 to 4 and further remediation of contaminated soil, based on prepared and approved by the Client methodology. The project includes: development of a methodology, characterization of the soils in accordance with this methodology and a proposal for potential strategies for storage or remediation. Concrete Core Sampling Analyses (Project 24) This project is for the provision of services of a specialist contractor to carry out core sampling and analysis of concrete structures, e.g. the reactor pond walls and other structures which come into contact with contaminated water to determine the depth of any contamination to allow the decommissioning of the structures to be accurately planned. Supply of Equipment for Treatment of Accumulated Quantities of Radioactive Sludge at KNPP Units 1-4 (Project 28) This project is for the supply of equipment for: Retrieval of the radioactive sludge and residues from the places, where they currently are and their feeding to the inlet of the treatment facility; Treatment of the radioactive sludge and residues and treatment of the generated secondary RAW into forms that will be suitable for further transportation, storage and/or disposal. Independent Infrastructure Separation between Kozloduy NPP and SERAW (Project 35) This Project governs design, equipment supply, installation and commissioning of utilities, needed for the separation of the external grids of the technical infrastructure of the station-wide buildings and facilities of Kozloduy NPP from SERAW. Supply of Lifting and Transportation Equipment (Project 38) This project is for the procurement of and Engine Powered Lift Truck having 25t to 30t loading capacity to ensure safety effective and economically efficient transport of dismantled materials. Refurbishment of DGS-1 Equipment for Use of the Building for Decommissioning (Project 39) This project is to assure the preparation of the dismantling of the equipment of DGS-1 and the refurbishment of the building for decommissioning purposes. The project includes: Design and refurbishment of DGS-1 Building and the installation and commissioning of the utility systems for the Building. Restoration of Hydro Insulation of Turbine Hall and Reactor Building of KNPP UNITS 1-4 (Project 43) This Project will cover the removal of the old damaged roof insulation of the Turbine Hall and Reactor Buildings and their replacement with a new insulation as per state-to-the-art technologies. Preparation of Detailed Design for Dismantling of Equipment in the Controlled Areas of KNPP Units 1-4 (Project 44) The task of this project is the preparation of a Detailed Design packages for Dismantling of systems and components in the Controlled Areas of KNPP Units 1-4. The project must ensure safety execution of the dismantling activities not only for the contaminated but for the activated systems as well. The waste acceptance criteria of the National Disposal Facility do not envisage acceptance of large size activated items and containers different that the current licensed containers. The waste management approach must be analyzed and the correspondence decisions must be proposed. The estimated total budget for the above projects is 25 Million Euros. National Disposal Facility (NDF / Repository) projects Site Preparation for Construction of National Disposal Facility: Preparation of Radiana site for the subsequent construction of the National Disposal Facility, including provision of electrical supply, water supply, provision of heating supply from district network, provision of sewage and rainwater pond connection to discharge-points, implementation of relocation and rehabilitation works, design for removal of existing water channel construction of new temporary road and design and construction rehabilitation of existing road. Design of multi-layer test cover of NDF at Radiana site This project includes development of conceptual and detailed design for two variants of multi-layer cover of National Disposal Facility and development of detailed program for long term testing at Radiana site. Construction of Phase 1 of the National Disposal Facility This project includes civil construction works, supply, installation, commissioning and testing of equipment, and commissioning of the National Disposal Facility. Supervision of Construction of Phase 1of the National Disposal Facility The estimated total budget for the above projects is 70 million Euros. Tendering for the decommissioning and NDF projects will commence in III quarter 2014. Tendering for contracts to be financed from grants of the KIDSF will be in line with the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from eligible countries as of 01 August 2014: EU member states, Switzerland and the EBRD countries of operation. Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact in writing:

Plovdiv Roads Rehabilitation Project

 | Published August 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 9, 2015
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INVITATION FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

 

Plovdiv Roads Rehabilitation Project

 

Supervision of Works

 

The Invitation for expressions of interest follows the General Procurement Notice No. 7809-GPN-44851 for this project which was updated in Procurement Opportunities, on the EBRD’s web-site on February 9, 2015 and in the Supplement to the Official Journal of European Union (OJ/S).

 

The City of Plovdiv intends using the proceeds of the loan towards the cost of Plovdiv Roads Rehabilitation Project

 

The Project ds consist in the following:

  1. Road Rehabilitation and Construction Works comprising rehabilitation/upgrading works of three city boulevards with a total length around of 5 km:
  • Major repair and widening of Komatevsko shosse Blvd. – Stage I;
  • Reconstruction of Shesti Septemvri Blvd.;
  • Major repair of Ruski Blvd.;
  1.  and new construction for the extension of a fourth boulevard over 2.2 km:
  • Reconstruction of Severen Blvd. – Stage I;

 

The works will comprise rehabilitation / construction of road system (including carriageway, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, parking places, etc.), rehabilitation / extension of water and sewerage networks, rehabilitation / extension of public lighting in accordance with the existing detailed design, including Specifications, Drawings and Bill of Quantities.  All the works are intended to be performed under a single works contract based on FIDIC RED Conditions of Contract for Construction, June 2010.

 

The main objective of the assignment is the supervision of works to be executed under the Project.  

 

The Consultant will be required to undertake the role of the “Engineer” as defined in the FIDIC RED Conditions of Contract as well as to ensure the Independent Construction Supervision in accordance with Bulgarian Territory Arrangement Act.

 

The Services  shall include, but not be limited to the following: (a) establishment of systems of managerial control for works contract, (b) the Engineer’s administration of Contract, (c) control over estimated works quantities and contract outcome costs, in monitoring the progress of the Works  and technical records; (d) control and acceptance of contractor’s interim and final payment certificates; (e) the acceptance and/or approval of Contractors’ key staff, insurances, guarantees, licenses, programs, method statements, traffic management plans, safety measures,  suppliers and materials for incorporation in the works, the quality assurance and control plans, laboratory provisions and execution of the testing program, subcontractors, plant, equipment and environmental protection; (f) direct supervision of the works and monitoring of progress; (g) the preparation of progress, technical and contractual reports, (h) execution of the  control tests of all materials intended for incorporation into permanent works and the all executed works, (i) assisting the Municipality in the reporting (technical, financial, environmental, i.e.) to EBRD on administration  of  works contract and other Health and Safety matters .

 

The assignment is expected to start in November 2015 and last about of 60 months (including 24 months for the defect notification period).

 

The contract will be financed 50% from EBRD loan and 50%by the City of Plovdiv (50%) and consulting firms from any countries are eligible for shortlisting and selection.

In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms' profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2 - 4 pages).

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.

3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

 

The expression of interest shall not exceed 25 pages (excluding CVs Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet).

In order to successfully implement the assignment, it is envisaged that the consultant’s team will consist of the following experts:

  • 1 (one) Team Leader / Resident Engineer - Civil Engineering Degree; minimum 10 years of experience under similar assignments; minimum 1 assignment as Team Leader/ Resident Engineer;
  • 1 (one) Quantities Surveyor - Civil Engineering Degree; minimum 7 years of experience under similar assignments; minimum 1 assignment as Quantities Surveyor;
  • 1 (one) Road Inspector - Authorized in accordance with Bulgarian Territory Arrangement Act; minimum 5 years of experience under similar assignments;
  • 1 (one) Water and Wastewater Inspector - Authorized in accordance with Bulgarian Territory Arrangement Act; minimum 5 years of experience under similar assignments;
  • 1 (one) Electrical Works Inspector - Authorized in accordance with Bulgarian Territory Arrangement Act; minimum 5 years of experience under similar assignments.

It is recommended that the Consultant’s experts to have good knowledge of FIDIC Conditions of Contract – Red Book / IFI Conditions of Contract and fluency in English and Bulgarian.

 

Also, the Consultant shall envisage the group of following technical support staff:

  • 1 (one) Surveyor;
  • 1 (one) Traffic Engineer;
  • 1 (one) Health & Safety Expert;
  • 1 (one) Quality Assurance Engineer;
  • 1 (one) Financial Expert;
  • Short-term experts;
  • Administrative Staff;

 

Consultant's Profile:

The Consultant should be a firm or a consortium of firms with valid license for at least one member of the consortium for independent construction supervision in accordance with Bulgarian Territory Arrangement Act.

 

The Consultant shall simultaneously comply with the following minim requirements:

  • The Consultant shall have experience in minimum 1 (one) contract related to the supervision of works for construction/ rehabilitation/ modernization of urban roads in the last 3 (three) years;
  • The Consultant shall have experience in minimum 1 (one) contract related to the supervision of works for putting in place/ replacing/ modernization of public utilities (water/wastewater & lighting) in the last 3 (three) years;
  • The Consultant shall have experience in minimum 1 (one) contract demonstrating knowledge of the local building regulations . 

 

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English via email (pdf) to the Client's contact person, to reach the Client not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The Client reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if any limitation on the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files. In case of discrepancy, the English language version of the documentation, will prevail.

 

Evaluation criteria of EOIs:

1) Company Profile - 10%, out of which (a) years of experience in the filed - 5% and (b) backstopping  capacity (number of qualified permanent staff, presence of  local office in the country, availability to qualified experts, etc)  - 5%;

2) Experience - 50%, out of which (a) experience of the Consultant under similar assignments related to urban roads - 25%; (b)  and (2) experience of the Consultant under similar assignments related to urban utilities networks - 15% and (c)  experience of the Consultant  in the region - 10%;

3) Access to qualified experts:  - 40%,

 

To demonstrate access to qualified experts the Consultants shall provide at least once CV for each position required for the implementation of the contract, as indicated above.

Procurement procedure: Procurement of the consultancy services will be conducted through the procedures as specified in the EBRD’s Procurement Policies and Rules (PP&R) dated October, 2014.

 

One shortlist of qualified firms will be prepared on the response to this invitation, after which short-listed firms will be invited to submit their proposals.

 

If the Consultant has been found by a judicial process or other official enquiry to have engaged in any of the Prohibited Practices as defined in the EBRD PP&R, details of the basis for the outcome of such process or enquiry shall be provided with the expression of interest.

 

The Employer reserves the right not to shortlist consulting firms that have been found to have engaged in any of the Prohibited Practices regardless of the results of technical evaluation of the expressions of interest.

 

Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local time).

Contact name         Mr. Dimitar Katsarski

Client                       Municipality of Plovdiv

Address                  1 “Tsentralen” Square, 4000 Plovdiv, Floor X, Office 1
Email                       caldis@abv.bg
Tel:                          +359 (0) 32 656 456

Fax:                         +359 (0) 32 656 412

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