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Egypt: Cairo Integrated Transport Project - Inclusion Component

 | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 5, 2015
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Project Description:

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD or the "Bank") is considering providing a number of sovereign loans to the Arab Republic of Egypt ("Egypt") and (secured) loans to private sector Concessionaires, with potential co-financing of other commercial banks /IFIs. The intended investments in Cairo's urban transport system target the improvement of functionality, quality, and efficiency of high-capacity public transport services. This is expected to include:

· Cairo Metro Line ll, (i) the purchase of a total of 13 air-conditioned train sets (8 wagons per train) to be operated on Cairo Metro’s Line II and (ii) a portion of the long-term outsourced maintenance contract for Line II’s entire fleet covering mainly spare parts and equipment

· Cairo Metro Lines V and VI, financing of the future metro rail infrastructure development.

· Cairo Bus Sector Reform Project, of 500 clean CNG buses and related depot investments.

· Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) PPP, constructing segregated bus lanes within the existing road right of way.

· Nile Ferry PPP, for the modernisation and expansion of the existing ferry service in Cairo.

· Heliopolis Tram Modernisation, a comprehensive light rail investment programme in Cairo consisting of two operations.

For the EBRD, economic inclusion - the opening up of economic opportunities to previously under-served social groups - is integral to development. In Egypt, youth unemployment currently stands at over 28 per cent, and 33 per cent of young people are not in education, employment or training. Inclusion Component TC assignment is intended as part of the Bank’s Integrated Approach ("IA") to the Greater Cairo’s urban transport sector. The projects will introduce youth inclusion through inclusive procurement: The projects under the IA are expected to achieve positive inclusion impact for young people by opening up on-site training opportunities as part of the maintenance contracts to be awarded by individual clients under the IA. This on-site training will complement existing local vocational training provision and lead towards the achievement of an accredited vocational skill certificate. The tender documentation will include a requirement (on a best effort basis) to make available on-site training placements as part of a partnership with local vocational schools and job centres. Systemic impact will stem from the piloting, optimising and introduction of these inclusive procurement practices in the Egyptian context over the course of the projects under this IA in close dialogue with the new Ministry for Technical and Vocational Education in Egypt (MoTET) and other relevant stakeholders.

Assignment Description:

The EBRD is seeking to engage an experienced technical consultant to assess and substantiate the potential inclusion impact of the Project, to develop a bespoke inclusion action plan for at least four projects, to support each client in the implementation of this plan and to draw on lessons learned and best practice throughout this process. Furthermore, the assignment will focus on creating systemic impact by initiating and maintaining an effective dialogue with Egypt's Public Procurement agency to test the model developed by this project and optimise it for future use.

The Consultant's tasks will be structured around the following objectives:

Objective 1: Establish the number of jobs and on-site training opportunities that will become available as part of the maintenance contracts across the different IA projects.

Objective 2: Provide a short overview of current international industry standards and best practice and establish a baseline for Egypt in relation to local hiring and on-site training opportunities (including vocational training standards) targeted at young people in related sector. Compare these to current practice in Egypt and outline related gaps.

Objective 3: Develop a clear inclusion methodology and bespoke action plans for (at least four) projects under the IA, involving key stakeholders (Client(s), relevant ministries, the National Procurement Office, vocational training institutions, job centres, main international and local contractors and sub-contractors and other relevant stakeholders) to open up on-site training opportunities (and related future employment opportunities) to young people. The methodology should go beyond current practice in the infrastructure maintenance industry in the country (The reference to “maintenance” includes all those companies typically involved in infrastructure maintenance including, inter alia, engineers, technical specialists, project managers, quantity surveyors, etc. ). Drawing on models of international best practice, the bespoke action plans should clearly reflect and respond to the specific circumstances and requirements of the construction industry and other local stakeholders in Egypt so as to be relevant and effective in that context. Each action plan also needs to include cost models and specific recommendations as to how to integrate the inclusion component within the overall Project design and delivery plan. The scope for an event , potentially supported by the EBRD, gathering these players to present the objectives, understand better respective positions and receive feedback from industry representatives should be presented.

Objective 4: Project delivery, capacity building and monitoring support to the client throughout Project implementation. This should include (i) specific technical support to the client and key stakeholders (specifically contractors, job brokerage agents and training providers) to ensure the effective implementation of the inclusion methodology; and (ii) capacity building to the client and relevant stakeholders, (iii) ongoing impact monitoring (including the numbers or young women and men trained, skill levels achieved, and – where possible - future progression) to establish the impact achieved to identify lessons learned and recommend actions to optimise the methodology.

Objective 5: Direct engagement with the National Procurement Office in Egypt to integrate similar inclusive procurement models across other areas of public procurement in the country in order to achieve wider systemic impact.

Status of Selection Process: Interested individual experts or firms interested to nominate an expert are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in November 2015 and have an estimated overall duration of 3 years.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 280,000 (exclusive of VAT).

The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is expected that the Assignment will be funded by EBRD Technical Cooperation Donor Programme. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions. Individuals or consulting firms interested in nominating an expert from any country may apply.

Consultant Profile: Individual services are required. Consultancy firms may propose services of an individual expert. The Consultant will be an expert with specific expertise in the regional construction industry, preferably with proven good understanding of the context in Egypt as well as a broad understanding of international best practice and corporate standards in relation to local hiring and on-site training in the industry. In addition to strong qualitative and quantitative skills and fluency in English, the following expertise is required but not limited to the following:

1. Extensive experience in major investment projects in infrastructure, transport and urban transport industry sectors.

2. Knowledge of supply chain management and experience in the development of procurement.

3. Demonstrable experience in one or more of the EBRD countries of operation executing similar assignments, experience in Egypt will be an advantage.

4. Experience in developing inclusion action plans.

5. Previous experience with development of inclusion procurement for larger urban transport projects will be an advantage.

6. Strong communication skills and an ability to work to very tight deadlines.

The Consultant will be expected to travel to Egypt on a regular basis and liaise with all key stakeholders there (Clients, the Ministry of TVET, Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Regional Development, key main contractor companies, both local and international ones, and potentially sub-contractors). In addition to the initial development of the inclusion action plan, the Consultant will offer on-going delivery support to each Client throughout the three year delivery period. The Consultant will also liaise with EBRD’s team and present their interim findings to EBRD.

Submission Requirements:

In order to determine the capability and experience of consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Cover letter (max. 2 pages) summarising why the expert believes to satisfy the requirements as defined in the above section Consultant Profile;

2. CV (not exceeding 4 pages) which should include full descriptions of responsibilities carried out, not just a job title, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.

3. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

Expressions of Interest should be submitted in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The complete expression of interest (including cover letter, CV, declaration and contact sheet etc.) shall be one file (pdf) to be uploaded to eSelection. The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of experts submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size (4 MB) is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Bank Contact Person:

Larissa Gosling

Technical Co-operation

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

Tel: + 44 20 7338 6338

e-mail: GoslingL@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. Consulting firms (proposing individuals) and individuals may apply. Consulting Firms nominating an individual expert shall submit one complete individual application for each expert via eSelection. Single applications for a number of experts containing various CVs may result in rejection of such application and all concerned experts.

3. The shortlist selection criteria are:

(a) Previous professional experience in major investment projects in infrastructure, transport and urban transport industry sectors 40 (%)

(b) Technical experience in inclusive procurement 40 (%)

(c) Technical experience in development of inclusion action plans 20 (%)

EGYPT-Railways Restructuring - P101103

Egyptian National Railways - Ministry of Transport | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 21, 2015
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Definition Of The Strategy For The Reform Of The Railway Sector In Egypt REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES? FIRMSSELECTION) Egypt Project:Definition of the Strategy for the Reform of the Railway Sector in Egypt Loan No.:   76560EG Assignment Title: ConsultancyServices for advisoryservices - Definition of the Strategy for the Reform of the Railway Sector inEgypt Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): 4/2015 The Egyptian National Railways, a public entity under the Ministry of Transport, has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward thecost of the "Consultancy Servicesfor advisory services - Definition of the Strategy for theReform of the Railway Sector in Egypt". The Egyptian National Railways now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteriaare: [Eligibility, generalqualification, number of key staff, experience of similarconditions and description of similar assignments]. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] byWorld Bank Borrowers [January,2011] ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest The objective of the Technical Assistance is to assist the GoE and thechairman of ENR to define the strategy(goals, components, costs, roadmap of implementation) for the comprehensive reform of therailway sector. To pilot the reform process, the GoE is establishing a High Level Working Group (HLWG) for Railway Sector Reformincluding representatives of MoIC, MoT, MoF and the ENR. Theconsultant will support the HLWG and provide advice and supportinganalysis to allow the HLWG to develop and endorse the strategy, the mostimportant output being a "Railways Reform Policy Note" tobe sent by the Government to the World Bank. The main targets to be addressed by the strategy for railwayrestructuring are the following (full TORs for the assignment are available upon request): Liberalisation of the market for railway transport servicesand increasing of competition at the relevant market; Increasing of the competitive power of the railway transport sector in relation with other modes oftransport;Predictability of the amount of financial obligations of the Government regarding therailway transport;Enhance significantly the operational performance (more efficient management andbetter work organization), and financial indicators of the railway company(ies);Transport modernization in accordance with the market needs and the levels ofinvestments affordable for the government;Stable and friendly legal and institutional framework for encouraging the privateinvestments and PPP's in the railway transport sector; The project implementation period is about 8 months and is expected tostart early 2016. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the [CQS] methodset out in theConsultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours [0900 to 1500 hours]. Interested consultants are requested to come to the address below to take the required forms in form of CD comprisinganappendix for the consulting services tasks. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form (1 original, 3 copies+1CD) to the address below (in person, or by registered mail) by [21/11/2015].[15:00] Egyptian National Railways - Ministry of Transport Attn: Director of strategy and investmentprojects Egyptian NationalRailways Ahmed Helmy Square, computer building for railway, 2nd floor, strategy and investment projects Department, Cairo, Egypt Telephone :(202) 25748730Fax: (202) 25748278 Email: projects_investment@enr.gov.eg

Cairo Metro - New Tariff Structure and Policy Measures

 | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Executing Agency (Client): Ministry of Transport of Egypt. Project Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) has been approached by the National Authority for Tunnels (“NAT” or the “Client”) to assist with the financing of the acquisition of 13 trainsets (the “Project”). The proposed Project will allow NAT to secure financing required to address Cairo’s urgent infrastructure needs, improve the metro’s level of services and contribute to decreasing the carbon emission profile of the sector. Designed to include gender and inclusion elements, it will create a more amenable mobility environment where the accessibility of women to jobs and services can be greatly improved and on-site training opportunities for unemployed young people expanded. The Project will also improve regulation in the sector through the introduction of the first public service contract (“PSC”) in Cairo. The PSC will be signed between NAT and the Egyptian Company for Metro Operations (“ECM”) defining the relationship between both entities and setting clear roles and responsibilities for each. In addition, the investment will promote greater sustainability and efficiency of the metro services as well as increased PSP in urban transport sector through outsourcing of the associated maintenance contract to the private sector, introduction of the price per kilometre payments, and the Bank’s broader sector efforts on the tariff policy. The operating position of Cairo metro is now at a critical stage as operating costs have now surpassed revenues with ECM facing the significant additional costs of an expanded network, notably Line 3, without commensurate increase of revenue and fares having not been increased since at least 2010 despite an inflation rate over the period of 5-12 per cent. The Ministry of Transport recognises that this financial situation is no longer sustainable for the metro and a new tariff structure is necessary. Initial discussions with NAT indicate that the intention is to change the current flat rate system for a zonal fare structure with increased fare levels to bring revenues closer to those required to cover operational costs. A consultant (the “Consultant”) is required to assist the Ministry of Transport to develop a new tariff structure and implement policy measures aimed at improved sustainability of the Cairo metro system (the “Assignment”). Assignment’s Objectives: The objectives of this Assignment are to support Ministry of Transport, through its principle agencies governing the Cairo metro, namely NAT and the Greater Cairo Transport Regulatory Authority (“GCTRA”), to recommend suitable tariff structure and policy measures for improved financial sustainability of the Cairo metro system. The Assignment shall take due consideration of planned integration with other modes of transport and outline the steps required to ensure its successful implementation. It shall also take full consideration of anticipated system developments and extensions over the analysis period and compatibility of new zonal system with such an emerging system. Assignment Description: The Assignment will be conducted in two phases. The Consultant’s tasks will include, inter alia: Phase 1: New Zonal Tariff Structure for Cairo Metro Review of current revenues and operating costs and forecast for next 5-10 years Review of historic and current tariff structures with Cairo public transport system Benchmarking with similar metro systems including applicable policies and regulations Review of the current ticketing system and changes required for new tariff structure Legal review including institutional set-up to establish ECM as operator, NAT as implementing agency for contract enforcement; GCTRA as oversight body with regulatory function. Proposal for a solid legislative framework and outline of required primary or secondary legislation, if any, including mechanism for tariff setting and revisions Affordability review Consultations with stakeholders (MoT, NAT, ECM, user groups) Proposal for a new zonal tariff structure Phase 1 Workshop conducted under auspices of GCTRA (meeting of governing body) to approve Phase 1 report for new tariff structure Phase 2: Policy Paper and Roadmap for New Tariff System The policy paper shall aim to provide the necessary justification for adoption of the new tariff policy under national legislative procedures. The Consultant shall: provide policy paper for proposed new tariff structure, detailing purpose of new tariff structure, impact on populations, alleviating measures define legislative measures required (or preferred) for implementation prepare marketing/communication strategy for introduction of new scheme, esp to fee-paying users prepare roadmap for introduction of new scheme and associated measures, outlining further actions and projects to be pursued by NAT-GCTRA and/or others provide necessary documentation to support the legislative process Conduct a Phase 2 Workshop held under auspices of GCTRA (meeting of governing body) to validate new tariff policy and roadmap (and any changes required to Phase 1- tariff structure) Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in Q1 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 12 months. Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 245,000 (exclusive of VAT). The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed. Funding Source: Technical Cooperation Fund of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Eligibility: The Consultants recruited and financed by the resources of the Fund shall be citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany or employees of consulting firms registered in the Federal Republic of Germany. Local consultants from EBRD countries of operations, either individual or through a firm may be sub-contracted by eligible German Consultants. The amount used for the financing of such local consultants shall not exceed 20% of the total Contract amount. Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will ensure that appropriately qualified experts are available for each of the areas outlined above. It is expected that the assignment will be led by an appropriately qualified professional with extensive experience in urban public transport and in implementing corporate development plans and project development activities, accompanied by supporting experts. The Company and the Consultant must set-out and agree clear communication lines so that the Company is able to draw on the support of the Consultant as required. The Consultant is expected to provide the following key expertise: project manager - transport planner deputy project manager (local) transport economist metro specialist (operations and maintenance) AFC/ticketing specialist transport modeller/surveyor financial specialist legal specialist sociologist local-based support experts in related disciplines Experts (i) to (iv) need to have previous experience in urban transport regulation, operation and planning, including tariff studies, benchmarking and ridership/revenue assessments. Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected, 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. 4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc. The expression of interest shall not exceed 25 pages (excluding CVs Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet). 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. One additional copy shall reach the Bank’s contact person by email the same due 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. The Client Contact Person: Mahmoud Gamal El Din Ministry of Transport, Advisor to the Minister Ministry of Transport Building Nasr Road, Nasr City, Cairo Egypt, Fax: 22610510 E-mail: mgamal@mot.gov.eg The EBRD Contact Person: Larissa Gosling European Bank for Reconstruction and Development One Exchange Square London EC2A 2JN Tel: + 44 20 7338 6338 Fax: +44 20 7338 7451 E-mail: GoslingL@ebrd.com Important Notes: 1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding. 2. The shortlist criteria are as follows: (a) Firm’s previous project experience in delivering similar studies in urban transport planning and tariff studies (30%) (b) Firm’s previous project experience in the region working with the public sector (30%) (c) CV of Key Experts (40%)

Cairo Metro

 | Published June 11, 2015  -  Deadline June 11, 2016
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

 

The Government of Egypt represented by the Ministry of Transport (MOT), have applied for the loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) to improve the quality of public transport in the City of Cairo. The executing agency for this project will be the National Authority for Tunnels (NAT).

 

The amount of loan will be EUR 175 million which will be used for procurement of the following goods, works and services:

 

          Procurement of metro car sets (Supply and Maintenance Contract)

 

Tendering for the above contract is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2015.

 

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the EBRD will be tendered in accordance with the EBRD’s Procurement Policies and Rules. The proceeds of the EBRD loan 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 or under a law or official regulation of the Purchaser’s country.

 

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:

 

Attention: National Authority for Tunnels

Maj. Gen. Eng. A. M. Nagdy

Ramses Building

Ramses Square

Cairo

P.O. Box 466

Egypt

Telephone: 202 (25742968/69/70)

Facsimile number: 202 (25742950)

Electronic mail address: chairman@NAT.org.eg 

Nile River Bus Ferry PPP

 | Published May 17, 2016  -  Deadline June 29, 2016
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INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION
Public Private Partnership program
Developing and Operation of the Nile River Bus Ferry Project

Cairo Governorate represented by the Cairo Transport Authority with technical assistance from the PPP Central Unit of the Ministry of Finance of the Arab Republic of Egypt, hereby invites prequalification applications from prospective bidders for a Public Private Partnership contract around 25 years for Financing, Developing, and Operation Of the Nile River Bus Ferry PPP Project.

Prospective bidders may be individual companies or consortia. The Prequalification criteria are described in the Prequalification Documents.

The Project Information Memorandum and Prequalification Documents will be sent electronically in response to a formal request sent from interested companies or consortia to the email address below:


Contact details:

e-mail: PPPBusFerry@mof.gov.eg

Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Bus Management System For 7 High Quality Bus Lines in 6 of October City and Sheikh Zaied City, Egypt

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published January 9, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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IntroductionThe Global Environment Facility (GEF) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have extended a grant to the Egyptian Government for the implementation of the “Sustainable Transport Project for Egypt” (STP), the goal of which is to reduce energy consumption and related Greenhouse Gas emissions of the transport sector in Egypt. In addition, the project aims at reducing vehicular traffic and mitigating the related local environmental impact. To achieve this goal, a number of pilot projects have been identified. One of those pilot projects aims to encourage modal shift from private car to public transport bus, thus contributing in the reduction of CO2 emissions and energy consumption. This is to be achieved by introducing high quality bus services integrated with Cairo Metro. The objective of the High Quality Bus (HQB) pilot project is to provide new bus lines to serve as an attractive public transport alternative to the private car and hence to encourage modal shift from the private car. In that respect the buses should be of high standard and superior service and should also provide new image public transport applying modern operation culture. Accordingly, an integrated intelligent transportation system(s) is needed as one of the requirements of this HQB. Such system should include three sub-systems as follows.Automatic Fare Collection System (AFCS).Bus Management System (BMS).Depot Management Systems (DMS). The Client is, therefore, tendering this integrated intelligent transportation system to international firms to supply, install, operate and maintain intelligent transportation system for the potential bus operator of the new HQB. BackgroundThe HQB project aims at providing five new \"high quality/high level of service\" bus lines designed to link the new cities 6 Oct and SZ with Cairo Metro, in addition to two direct bus lines of the same quality to connect Cairo Metro with two major malls in the two cities. This is a \"Fast away\" type of bus service where each bus line will serve a limited number of bus stops inside each city and then goes non-stop along a lengthy “line haul” expressway till it connects a Metro Station in the fringes of Greater Cairo in Giza city. In the return trip, the bus would collect pax from the Metro Station and goes non-stop on the line haul segment till it reaches the new city and then distributes pax at each of the bus stops upon request. Estimated number of vehicles operating on the seven lines is 40 vehicles and operating hours are 6:00AM to Midnight during week days and other periods during weekends and public holidays. Headways also change by type of day. The bus lines are as indicated below and the general alignment of their routes are shown in Appendix \"A\".6 Oct / Cairo University Metro Station direct (non-stop) bus line.4 Bus stops6 Oct local bus line A; with 20 bus stops to act as feeders to the above mentioned direct bus line.6 Oct local bus line B; with 22 bus stops to act as feeders to the above mentioned direct bus line.SZ / Cairo University Metro Station direct (non-stop) bus line; with two branching routes serving 16 bus stops inside SZ to collect/distribute passengers.D / Cairo University Metro Station direct (non-stop) bus line; serving 13 bus stops in the vicinities of Dreamland to collect/distribute passengers.Cairo University Metro Station / Mall El Arab (in 6 Oct) direct (non-stop) bus line.4 Bus stopsCairo University Metro Station / Hyper-1 Mall (in SZ) direct (non-stop) bus line .4 Bus stops The above lines are to be served with the following facilities;Two Bus Stations; one in 6 Oct and the other in SZ.Two bus Terminal Points; one close to Dreamland entrance and the other at Cairo University Metro Station.83 bus stops along the routes of the bus lines.Two Garages one in 6 Oct and the other in SZ. Regarding the bus movement management, buses must depart “on-time”, as indicated in the advertised bus headways time table, from each of the two Bus Stations of 6 Oct. and SZ and the two bus Terminal Pointsat Cairo University Metro Station and Dreamland entrance.In case of operation problems (traffic congestion, bus breakdown, etc.), two or three reserve buses must be available at each of the indicated two Bus Stations and the two Terminal Pointsin order to adhere to the above mentioned condition. Description of the AssignmentSupply, install and maintain integratedintelligent transportation systems to be operated for the HQB project as explained before. The present section identifies the following items:Outline of the needed system.General system requirements.Hardware General Requirements. 2.2 Software GeneralRequirementsInstallation and Fine TuningGeneral Requirements.TrainingGeneral Requirements.

Egypt: Cairo Metro - Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programme (FOPIP)

 | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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Executing Agency (Client):
Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (“ECM”), Cairo. 

Client Contact Person:
Khalid Mohammed Sabra
Managing Director for Maintenance & Operation
Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (ECM)
Ramsis Complex Ramsis Square
Cairo 11522, Egypt
Tel: +201200009870
Email: khalid.sabra@cairometro.gov.eg

EBRD Contact Person:
Larissa Gosling
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6338
E-mail: GoslingL@ebrd.com

Project Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) has provided a loan to the National Authority for Tunnels (“NAT” or the “Client”) to assist with the financing of the acquisition of 13 trainsets (the “Project”).

The Project will allow NAT to secure financing required to address Cairo’s urgent infrastructure needs, improve the metro’s level of services and contribute to decreasing the carbon emission profile of the sector. Designed to include gender and inclusion elements, it will create a more amenable mobility environment where the accessibility of women to jobs and services can be greatly improved and on-site training opportunities for unemployed young people expanded.

The Metro network in Cairo is owned by NAT and operated by the Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (“ECM”). The Greater Cairo Transport Regulatory Authority (“GCTRA”) was established in 2012 with responsibility for planning and operation of all public transport modes within the Greater Cairo region to follow demand and urban planning goals, and to determine fare policy and subsidies in line with government overall policy. The GCTRA is housed under the Ministry of Transport and guided by representatives of the three governorates of Greater Cairo, MHUUD, the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Local development. Its staffing is currently being expanded.

The ECM is a joint stock company established in 1997 with the purpose of management and operation, and maintenance of Metro lines including its buildings, rolling stock assets, and associated equipment and machines or related workshops, central controlling stations as well as power stations.

Previous agreements with Egyptian National Railway provided for an annual concession annual fee of LE 32 million, later amended in 2009 to 25% of metro operating annual income. However, the allocation of the concession fee was stopped since the opening of Line 3 metro due to the increased operating costs without commensurate revenue income.

Following the transfer of metro lines assets & liabilities to NAT, there is a need to define the operation arrangement with ECM in the form of a public service contract to provide for the sustainable future operation of Cairo Metro.

A diagnosis of technical, financial, management, institutional conditions of ECM has been performed in the Strategic Business Plan and Financial Modelling Study for Cairo Metro Company performed in 2014 under funding from the AfD and which inform initial diagnosis tasks under this assignment.

Assignment Description: The overall objectives of the assignment are to:

-Provide assistance to the Company in developing and implementing a comprehensive Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme (“FOPIP”) focusing on:

  • Providing sound and detailed diagnosis of the technical, financial, management and institutional operating conditions of the Company;
  • Developing compensation formulae and indexes, which balance the need to cover operating costs and maintain level of service whilst providing incentive for improved cost efficiency and accountability;
  • Improving the cost efficiency of the Company;
  • Ensuring suitable provision for periodic review of the contract terms and conditions, based on improved data performance and evolving operating conditions, fleet and systems characteristics and network extensions;
  • Identify staffing and associated training needs of the Company for the expected increased operations and assist them in the recruitment process,

- Develop a medium to long term (5 year) Corporate Development Plan (“CDP”), including capital budgets, tariff projections and Staffing Plan,
- Review the potential for private sector participation in the Company’s non-core activities, such as cleaning and security services,
- Ensuring the required operating and accounting systems are established to allow for proper monitoring and evaluation of performance indicators under the PSC. In that respect, the Consultant will cooperate with the consultant hired under the PSC preparation technical assistance assignment in respect of all of the above.

Please check the TERMS OF REFERENCE for further details.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in Q2 2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 18 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 250,000 (exclusive of VAT).The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source: EBRD Shareholder Special Fund.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant should have extensive previous project experience in providing services for similar assignments, in particular Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programmes in the public transport sector and with relevant experience in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region or in similar environments. The Consultant should ensure that the appropriately qualified experts are available, as required, for each of the different tasks outlined above. It is expected that the assignment will be led by an appropriately qualified manager with experience in the urban transport sector and in implementing the key areas of this assignment, accompanied by both key and supporting experts.

The Consultant must set up clear communication lines with the beneficiaries, so that they are able to draw on the support of the Consultant as required. The Consultant is required to provide the beneficiaries with independent, impartial, technical, cost, strategic, management and financial advice, and as such will not be permitted to have a commercial interest in any other contracts or agreements for the Project.

The Consultant's Team would likely comprise the following Key experts and some individuals may fulfil more than one role:

1. Project manager;
2. Technical experts in metros, fleet management systems and metro depot rehabilitation and related services;
3. Financial and Operational Specialist(s);
4. Environmental and Social Specialist(s);
5. Local support staff.

It is anticipated that the Consultant’s team shall include the following expertise:

a) Preferably 7 years of professional experience in similar positions as the ones nominated in the contract,
b) Chartered accountant or similar certification,
c) Good knowledge of the Egyptian accounting and finance legislation,
d) Arabic speaking support staff would be required. 
e) The needed IT skills to enable them to perform the proposed role.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected, 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.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

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

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. One additional copy shall reach the Bank’s contact person by the same due 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.

Important Notes:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience in delivering similar services to Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programmes in the public transport sector (40%);
(b) Firm’s relevant experience in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region or in similar environments (20%);
(c) CV of Project Manager (20%);
(d) CVs of the other Key Experts proposed (20%).

3. It is expected that the following procurement opportunities in relation to EBRD investment in Cairo Metro will be published:
• TCS ID 49562 Scoping Study, Sustainable Urban Transport for the Ministry of Transport of Egypt
• TCS ID 49555  Institutional Strengthening for Greater Cairo Transport Authority

Interested Consultants may apply for all assignments but can be awarded only one contract in relation to the EBRD investment in Cairo Metro.

Consultants who wubmitted proposals for the following procurement opportunity may apply but will be awarded only one Project in relation to the EBRD investment in Cairo Metro.
• TCS ID 49554 Environmental, Health & Safety and Social Capacity Building for Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations

 

CONDUCTING BIKE SHARING FEASIBILITY STUDY IN CAIRO AND REVIEW OF DESIGN FOR BIKE SHARING SCHEME FOR FAYOUM AND SHEBIN EL KOM

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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UNDP Sustainable Transport Project and UN HABITAT Egypt have joined forces to achieve a common goal : promoting sustainable transport tools in Egypt. UNDP’s Sustainable Transport Project for Egypt (STP) has implemented a modern infrastructure for non-motorized transport (NMT) in two middle size cities, Fayoum and Shebin El-Kom. It has also undertaken a comprehensive review of conditions in the two cities to determine the potential for a bike share program in partnership with the Fayoum and Monofeya Universities. The proposed small scale system will be operated on two campuses and link the campuses with the main entry points for the students to the two cities.“Bike Sharing: Innovative Mobility for All” is a UN Habitat project that aims to improve access to opportunities to Cairo residents by introducing a bike sharing pilot as a mobility tool to transcend some barriers often faced by youth. The project aims to pilot bike sharing program of approximately 300 bikes in downtown Cairo.Brief Description of the Required Services:This two key components a service required for this RFPUNDP/STP: Reviewing a feasibility study and design for Bike Sharing scheme in the two cities of Fayoum and Shebin El-Kom. This component aims to review the feasibility study and proposed design, identify challenges and opportunities and propose alternative solutions, as needed.UN HABITAT COMPONENT: CONDUCTING A BIKE SHARING FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR CAIRO. This component aims to assess the feasibility of a bike sharing program in Cairo and specifically lay out the road to achieving a successful pilotList and Description of Expected Outputs to be Delivered:REVIEWING FEASIBILITY STUDY AND DESIGN FOR PROPOSED BIKE SHARING SYSTEM IN SHEBIN-EL KOM AND FAYOUM CITIES: Review proposed design of a bike share scheme based on the preliminary feasibility study conducted by the local consultants and the information gathered from the community, including students input and significant data analysis. Deliverables: A Comprehensive Report evaluating the two proposed design of the pilot bike sharing scheme and covering all of the below components and outputs: Conduct one day field visits to Shebin El-Kom and Fayoum Cities, and meetings with local partners;Review the feasibility study conducted by the local consultants (proposed coverage area, station sites, demand, system, ….etc);Review the proposed design for bike sharing scheme in the two cities, and suggest the required modification concerning the following:the technicality of the proposed bike sharing System(number and type of stations, bikes per station, type of bikes , technology …etc); andthe suitability of the designed system for the local situation, and verify that the design has addressed the following issues: security, low credit card penetration, few successful experiences with automated or mechanized technologies for public use, high temperatures during summer months.Identify possible barriers to implementation and propose mitigation measures;Provide a financial feasibility analysis;Estimate operational cost based on the size of the system;Propose financing option to identify the most appropriate combination of user generated revenues and identify possible range and schemes of ticket prices;Analyze estimated costs against financing options to ensure that proposal is financially feasible;Recommend a business model that establishes an organizational structure and contracting model;Provide phased scenario for growth of bike sharing pilot;Provide five year estimate of demand, revenue and funding needs;Recommend steps required by specific company to achieve readiness to operate bike sharing system; and Recommend means of sustainability. CONDUCTING A BIKE SHARING FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR CAIRO: Deliverable: Comprehensive Report covering all of the below components and outputs 1- Rapid Survey of three key areasEstablish criteria for determining location of bike share pilot with local partnersConduct necessary field visits and meetings with local partnersConduct rapid analysis based on criteria set and recommend one key area for further studyOutput 1: Weighted criteria list for determining location and summary of analysis of 3 surveyed areas2- Demand analysis for key area identifiedDefine the proposed coverage areaDefine targets for key performance metricsCreate a demand profileCreate estimations of demand with at least two different uptake scenarios Size the system by defining station density and bikes per stationOutput 2: Demand profile for users and report on demand estimates and appropriate size of system3-DesignPropose options for station type, bicycles, and technology to create a capital cost estimatePropose and recommend station sitesIdentify and provide recommendations for creating a “localized solution” for bike sharing addressing the following issues: theft, low credit card penetration, few successful experiences with automated or mechanized technologies for public use, high temperatures during summer months and potential harassment of women on bicyclesLead several meetings with various stakeholders to introduce bike sharing concept, spread awareness, and engage relevant partiesOutput 3: GIS maps with stations types and station sites, recommendation report for the above4- High level financial feasibility analysisEstimate operational cost based on the size of the system.Propose financing option to identify the most appropriate combination of user generated revenues and identify possible range and schemes of ticket pricesAnalyze estimated costs against financing options to ensure that proposal is financially feasibleRecommend a business model that establishes an organizational structure and contracting modelProvide phased scenario for growth of bike sharing pilotProvide five year estimate of demand, revenue and funding needsEvaluate business readiness and operational capacity of potential local operators (identified by UN Habitat) Recommend local operator and/or steps required by specific companies to achieve readiness to operate bike sharing system Output 4: High level financial feasibility analysis covering all of the above5) Analysis of risk and barriersReview possible barriers to implementation and propose mitigation measures. Identify risks to project implementation, and propose mitigation measuresOutput 5: Analysis of risks and barriers6) TimelinePropose detailed timeline for getting to operations: identifying roles and responsibilities for each step, minimum to maximum time frames, etcOutput 6: Detailed Timeline7) Bicycle LanesProvide basic map of high, medium, and low priority bike lanes for identified area taking into account feasibility of lanesOutput 7: Map of bicycle lanes at different priority levels8) Economic and Job Creation BenefitsPropose strategies for how bike share program can be job creator and especially for youthEstimate possible number of jobs to be created from the system (direct and indirect) Provide recommendation on one day tourist pass, and whether system can offer this product or not

Egypt: Cairo Metro Line 1 Modernisation Phase 1

 | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016
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Project Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") aims at providing finance of up to EUR 200 million to the Ministry of Transport represented by National Authority for Tunnels ("NAT" or the "Client") for the planned upgrade of Cairo Metro Line 1 works, including electromechanical, telecommunications, signalling, centralised control, track and civil works (the "Project").

Assignment Description: The Bank now intends to engage a consulting company (the "Consultant") to conduct the due diligence of the technical, economic, environmental and social aspects of the Project (the "Assignment").

The expected outcome of the Assignment is a due diligence on the basis of which the Bank has sufficient information to decide on the proposed investment and 1) to prepare a comprehensive due diligence of the proposed investment and procurement strategy, including review of any design gaps as needed, 2) review of maintenance requirements and asset management practices for Line 1, 3) prepare an economic and financial appraisal of the project according to a recognised international standard; and 4) identify and assess the potentially significant existing and future adverse environmental and social impacts associated with the Client’s current operations and the proposed Project, assess compliance with applicable laws and the EBRD ESP and PRs, determine the measures needed to prevent or minimise and mitigate the adverse impacts, and identify potential environmental and social opportunities, including those that would improve the environmental and social sustainability of the Project and/or the associated current operations.

The selected Consultant will provide the following tasks:

1) Technical / economic due diligence
The Consultant will provide support to the Bank during the due diligence. This support will include:
• prepare the business case for the project (rationale and benefits), including review of cost estimates;
• review design and tender documents to ensure compatibility with relevant design standards and operational requirements; identify any possible needed additionalities for project design and/or works contract scoping;
• perform an economic and financial assessment (Internal Rate of Return (IRR)) for the Project, including the definition of a 'do nothing' scenario and preparation of a proper financial model;
• perform an emissions benefit assessment (including modal shift benefits) and an energy audit to determine energy efficiency savings as a result of the project;
• review existing asset management practices for Line 1 and recommend possible improvements.

2) Environmental and social analysis
The assessment process will be commensurate with, and proportional to, the potential impacts and issues of the Project and the Client’s existing operations. The assessment will cover, in an integrated way, all relevant direct and indirect environmental and social impacts and issues of the Client’s operations, the Project and the relevant stages of the project cycle (e.g. pre-construction, construction, operation, and decommissioning or closure and reinstatement).

The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) will also determine whether further studies are required, focusing on specific risks and impacts, such as climate change, human rights and / or gender.

The Environmental and Social Audit is required to assess the Client’s current operations in terms of compliance with national legislation, national or local permitting requirements, the relevant provisions of the EBRD Environmental and Social Policy and Performance Requirements (2014) and pertinent EU environmental standards. Further, the audit must review possible historical environmental and social issues, such as potential contamination of soil and/or groundwater or land acquisition disputes.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in Q4, 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 3 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 225,000; exclusive of VAT.
The consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the Bank's special status as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is expected that the Assignment will be funded by the EBRD's Shareholder Special Fund. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms preferably with 10 years or more previous project experience related to:
- Construction and rehabilitation of rail-based systems (rail, metro and Light Rail Transit); and
- Urban metro schemes.
The Consultant shall further have previous project experience in Egypt and the MENA region.
The Consultant's expert team is expected to include key experts as follows: (key team members, to be complemented as appropriate):

• Team Leader - Project Management specialist, with technical or transport planner background;
• Technical Experts for Metro Infrastructure, Systems and Operations, experts with preferably 12 years of sector experience, of which 5 years in similar position and extensive knowledge of metro design and construction, contracting procedures and standards (e.g. EPC, DBOM contracts) and integration/interface issues (power, communication, signalling, Monitoring & Evaluation systems, permanent way, automated fare collection, rolling stock etc.). Consultants should present several experts to achieve full coverage of all required areas (we could expect around 4 experts - including civils; power; systems-communication; rolling stock);
Transport Planner/Economist, expert with preferably 12 years of experience, in particular in urban transport demand forecast and economic assessment;
• Management accountant, with experience in corporate accounting (for asset management assessment);
• Environmental and Social (E&S) Project manager: a consultant with experience in managing ESIAs and E&S due diligence audits in the EBRD’s countries of operations, with excellent communication skills;
• Environmental specialist with experience in ESIAs and Environmental and Social due diligence audits in the transport industry;
• Health and safety specialist with experience in the transport industry;
• Social specialist(s) with experience in the host country, including public consultation in the local context, gender expertise, and/or resettlement expertise, as required.

The team shall include sufficient local-based staff in key and/or support positions to ensure local responsiveness and language ability.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be shortlisted for this Assignment, 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.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.
The above information should not exceed 20 pages excluding CVs and contact sheet.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file.

Bank Contact Person:
James Yoo
Technical Co-operation
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6369
E-mail: yooj@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Important Notes: This is a "Selection from Shortlist" process in accordance with the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are:
a) Firm's previous project experience in construction and rehabilitation of rail-based systems (rail, metro and LRT) preferably over the past 10 years (20%);
b) Firm's previous project experience in urban metro schemes preferably over the past 10 years (15%);
c) Firm's previous project experience in Egypt and the region (15%);
d) CV of Key Experts (50%).

GPN - Egypt - Development of Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport - New Airfield Works – 06 2015

 | Published June 29, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE Arab Republic of Egypt Development of Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport - New Airfield Works- 1. The Arab Republic of Egypt has applied for a loan from the African Development to finance the Development of Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport-New Airfield Works & control tower. 2. The principal objectives of this project are to : provide additional airport capacity at the Sharm El-Sheikh Airport and to improve the competitiveness of air transport in the country. 3. The project includes the following components : i- Construction of new terminal building (No. 3), with all its associated facilities. ii- Construction of airfield works, including a new 3600 m runway, taxiway system, apron, service roads, and ancillary buildings. iii- Installation of electrical and navigation systems, including the construction of a control tower. iv- Fire fighting measures. v- Project Supervision and Management, including consulting Services. vi- Establishing An Airports Center of Excellence. 4. Procurement of goods and/or works will be in accordance with the African Bank's Rules And Procedure for the Procurement of Goods and Works. Acquisition of the services of consultants will follow the Bank's Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants. Bidding documents are expected to be available in (June 2015). 5. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting : Egyptian Airports Company Attention : Lories Bishara Girgis Street Address : ( Airport Road – in front of Civil aviation Authority) City : Cairo Country : Arab Republic of Egypt Telephone :+202-22683937 Facsimile number : +202-2268363 Electronic mail address : mahmoud.elmasry@eac-airports.com

Cairo Metro - Environmental, Health & Safety and Social Capacity Building for Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations

 | Published April 7, 2016  -  Deadline April 28, 2016
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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") has provided a loan to the National Authority for Tunnels "NAT" or the "Client") to assist with the financing of the acquisition of 13 trainsets (the "Project").

The Project will allow NAT to secure financing required to address Cairo’s urgent infrastructure needs, improve the metro’s level of services and safety and contribute to decreasing the carbon emission profile of the sector. Designed to include gender and inclusion elements, it will create a more amenable mobility environment where the accessibility of women to jobs and services can be greatly improved and on-site training opportunities for unemployed young people expanded.

In addition, the investment will promote greater sustainability and efficiency of the metro services as well as increased private sector participation in urban transport sector through outsourcing of the maintenance contract to the private sector, introduction of the price per kilometre payments.

The Project will foster the reduction of high traffic congestion, air and noise pollution in the City of Cairo, thus enabling the provision of safe, reliable and environment friendly transportation for some 100 million annual passenger trips.

The Project has been categorised B by EBRD and environmental and social due diligence (“ESDD”) was carried out by independent consultants during project appraisal.  An Environmental and Social Action Plan ("ESAP") and Stakeholder Engagement Plan ("SEP") were developed based on the findings of the ESDD. The ESDD showed that the project is not associated with significant risks and that ECM is currently in partial compliance with the Bank’s PRs. The implementation of the ESAP and SEP will allow ECM to achieve full compliance with the Bank’s Performance Requirements. 

Key corrective and improvement measures in the Environmental and Social Action Plan include among others:

• Appointment of an Environment Manager and review of roles and responsibilities to monitor and report on the EHSS performance of ECM operations management systems.
• Development and implementation of an environmental management system and health and safety management system (in line with ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 or equivalent).
• Development and communication of HR policies with staff and contractors.
• As part of the tender / bidding documents, incorporating environmental and social policies to be enforced during construction work as part of the contractors’ obligations towards ECM and subsequently ECM to monitor their proper implementation.
• Development and implementation of both external and internal grievance mechanism as part of the Stakeholder Engagement Plan.
• Identification of contaminated land and subsequently implementing relevant remediation measures.

In order to meet the Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy, the support of experts (the "Consultant") is sought to assist the Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operation ("ECM" or "Company"), the operator of Cairo's metro system, with developing and improving Environmental, Health and Safety performance within its operations to meet the Banks Environmental and Social Policy.  The specific aims are to assist the Company with meeting the ESAP requirement which will form part of the loan agreement.

The Consultant will be appointed to assist ECM with implementing the requirements of the project agreed ESAP.  For more information on the detailed scope of works please review Annex 1 - Environmental and Social Action Plan in the TOR and ESAP - LINK.

Status of the Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in Q2 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 12 months.  Subject to availability of funding, the performance of the selected Consultant and the specific needs of the Client, the Assignment may be extended beyond the current scope.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 300,000 (exclusive of VAT).

The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source: EBRD Shareholder Special Fund.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultants will ensure that appropriately qualified Environmental, Health, Social and Safety ("EHSS") experts are available, as required, for each of the different tasks outlined within Section 3. The Consultants should also be able to demonstrate familiarity with the railway sector, EBRD and IFC requirements and experience in Egypt or other Middle Eastern Countries. 

It is expected that the assignment will be led by an appropriately qualified Project Manager/Team Leader with a variety of international experience, accompanied by both key and supporting experts, to ensure the overall quality of the deliverables.

The Consultant’s team is expected to include experts covering two or more of the following disciplines, however this to be defined in detail for the specific assignment:

• Audit and inspection;
• Development and implementation of Management Systems;
• Development and delivery of training packages;
• Coaching and Mentoring; and
• Influencing Skills.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms' profile, organisation and staffing (maximum 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.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

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

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 and time stated above. One additional copy shall reach the Bank’s contact person by the same due 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.

Client Contact Person:

Tarek Aboueldahab
Email: heshoaboda@hotmail.com

EBRD Contact Person:

Larissa Gosling
Tel: +44 20 7338 6338
Email: GoslingL@ebrd.com

Important Notes:

1. Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience in delivering Environmental, Health & Safety and Social Capacity Building assignments in the public transport sector (30%)
(b) Firm’s previous project experience in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region working with the public sector (30%)
(c) CVs of Key Experts (40%)

3. This procurement notice is published with the expectation that in parallel with the following procurement opportunities in relation to EBRD investment in Cairo Metro will be published shortly:
• TCS ID 49562 Scoping Study, Sustainable Urban Transport for the Ministry of Transport of Egypt
• TCS ID 49555  Institutional Strengthening for Greater Cairo Transport Authority
• TCS ID 49566 Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programme for Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations

Interested Consultants may apply for all four assignments but can be awarded only one contract.

 

 

EG: Sustainable POPs Mngt - P116230

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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Provide Technical Support To Eeaa In Elimination Of Persistent Organic Pollutants In Egypt REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (CONSULTANTSERVICES) Egypt: Sustainable Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)Management Project Preparation of technical design and bidding documents forclassification, repackaging, international disposal and safe storage of POP-containing pesticides Project No. :Trust fund No. 017336 The Ministry of Environment/ Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency(EEAA), on behalf of the government of Egypt, has received a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to implement aproject for the elimination of persistent organic pollutants in Egypt, in cooperation with the World Bank, as the GEF implementingagency.  Project details can be found at http://www.eeaa.gov.eg/English/info/report_GEFunit.asp EEAA intends to apply partof the proceeds forconsultant services. Scope of work: The Consulting Services include : (i) Assess the status of obsolete pesticides and determination of the amount of POPs -containing pesticides stored in the Al-Adabeya port and the El Saff storage; (ii) Prepare the technical specifications,environment, health and safety management plan, bidding documents and costs estimates for the international tender to repackage thematerials and export to an EU-licensed ? or equivalent - facility in line with UN requirements, Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)? or equivalent- and Basel Convention and supportthe client in the bidding process and technical evaluation for the repackaging/export contracts; (iii) Identification, classification and prioritization, based on POP content and environmental-health risk of otherhigh-risk pesticides stockpiles, scattered across a number of sites throughout Egypt. Site suitability analysis for suitablecentral safe long terms storage for high priority POP containing pesticides and detail design for such facility; (iv) Prepare thetechnical specifications, environment, health and safety management plan, bidding documents, bill of quantities and costs estimatesfor the tender for the construction or rehabilitation ofone or two safe long term storage facilities in Egypt with the requirementsfor repackaging and transport of the pesticides to these storage facilities. And/or International tender to repackage the materialsand export to a treatment facility in EU country ?or equivalent- in line with UN requirements, Industrial Emission Directive ?orequivalent- and Basel Convention for El Saff and materials from high priority sites or to repackage, transport and treatment incement industry if possible; and (v) Developa plan for building the capacity of the project agencies to manage obsolete pesticides and support to its initial phase ofimplementation. The Ministry of Environment/EEAA now invites eligible Consulting Firms (consultants) to indicate their interest in providing the services. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The shortlisting/qualification criteria s are: General qualification of the firm: Documents defining the constitution or legalstatus,place of registration, and principal place of business of the Consultant firm; Proven experience with designand bidding documents preparation for repackaging and international transport and disposal of hazardous waste in line with BaselConvention and treatment in EU-IED licensed facility (or equivalent). Specific experience with hazardous pesticides would be anadvantageExperience in treatment,disposal and recycling options for POP-containing pesticides, experience with cement kiln co-processing requirements andpossibilities would be advantageExperience in inventory,classification and sampling/chemical analysis as well asrisk assessmentProfessional staff generallyavailable. List the key staff that is generally available for this kind of work, but without necessarily the submission ofdetailedindividual key experts' bio data Interested Consultantsshould submit references of the similarassignments in the last 5 years. References should include: investor data to which servicewas performed, project description, contract value for performed services and implementation period. Consultants may associateto enhance their qualifications. Association withqualified Egyptian firms is encouraged. A consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality and Costs Based Selection (QCBS) method as set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans & IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January2011 Interested consultants mayobtain further information at the address below during office hours between 09:00 to 15:00 (local time), Sunday to Thursday. The Expressions of Interestmust be delivered to the address below no later than September 4th,2015. Dr,Hassan Mahmoud Sweillam Project Manager, Sustainable POPs Management Project Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency 26,100 Street, 4th floor-flat 3, Maadi , Cairo , Egypt Tel: 202 235 94 235 Mobile: 2 012 234 36 285 Fax: 202 235 94 239 E-mail: hmswelam@yahoo.com, spopmp@hotmail.com

EG - Helwan South Power Project - P117407

Power Generation Engineering and Services Company (PGESCO) | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 11, 2015
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Engineering, Designing, Fabricating, Furnishing, Testing, Delivery, Transport To Site, Providing Installation Supervision, Complete Start-up, Commissioning, Tuning For The Po-114 Distributed Control Systems - Dsc SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE Date:               April 2, 2015 Loan No:          8270-EG IFB No:           Data Acquisition and Control System 114 The Government of Egypt has secured for financing from the World Bank toward the cost of South Helwan Supercritical Power Plant 3 X 650 MW, and intends to apply part of the proceedstoward payments under the contract for the Distributed Control Systems(DCS).The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) through its affiliate company, Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company (UEEPC) now invites sealed bids from eligiblebidders for engineering, designing, fabricating, furnishing, testing, delivery, transport to site, providing installationsupervision, complete start-up, commissioning, tuning, operator/engineer's training, preparation of technical and as builtdocumentation, place in successful operation and maintain until Provisional Acceptance Certificate (PAC) for the PO-114"Distributed Control Systems (DCS)" and associated accessories for South Helwan Supercritical Power Plant. Bidding willbe conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works andNon-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers  (April 2013)("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined inthe Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflictof interest.Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from the office of Upper Egypt Electricity ProductionCompany and inspect the bidding documents during office hours (9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) at the address given below Attention: Head of Procurement Sector Address: Atfeih, Giza, Egypt Telephone: 002- 08-29210733 / 002- 02-33357086 Facsimile number: 002- 08-29210755 /002- 02-37610578 Bidders may obtain additional information by contacting UEEPC's consultants at the following address: Power Generation Engineering and Services Company (PGESCo) 41 Al Salam Avenue, Central District, NewCairo,Cairo,Egypt. Attention  :  Project Procurement Manager Tel No.   :002-02-26176497 Fax. No.  : 002-02-25370481 A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested eligible bidders uponthe submission of a written application to UEEPC above mentioned address and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of USD 1,000. Bidders mayreceive the Bidding Document against payment receipt of USD 1,000 from National Bank ofEgypt (Al Ahly Bank), Dokki, Egypt, Account No (1600000001005006739).Bids must bedelivered to UEEPC in the address above on or before 12:00 noon Cairo Local Time on June 11,2015. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids Envelope A will be opened in public on the same day at 12:00 noonin the presence of the Bidders' representatives who choose to attend at the same address, at a date and time to be notifiedto theseBidders in due time. Bids Envelope B of qualified Bidders will be opened at the same address, at a date and time to be notifiedtothese Bidders in due time.All Bidsmust be accompanied by a Bid Security of USD 125,000.

Egyptian National Railways Restructuring Project

 | Published October 26, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2016
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

Egyptian National Railways (“ENR”) intends using the proceeds of a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development [the Bank] for a project to improve the quality of train services between Cairo and Alexandria and potentially also between Cairo and Aswan by providing new, energy-efficient rolling stock to replace the existing ageing stock.

The proposed project, which has a total estimated cost of EUR 126 million, will require the procurement of the new train sets (locomotives plus carriages) and incidental services (Supply and Maintenance Contract).

Tendering for the above contract is expected to begin in the Q 4 of 2015.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan 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.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:

 

Attention: Purchases, Stores & Custom Clearance Department of the Egyptian National Railways, Ministry of Transport, Arab Republic of Egypt

Contact name: Eng. Mohamed Amer

Position: Director of purchases and stores and custom clearance department

Address: Railways Compound, fifth floor, above Shubra Tunnel,

Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt

E-mail address: enr.pscc@gmail.com with cc. to mshahin1962@yahoo.com

Facsimile number: +202 2576 1337

Egyptian National Railways - Gender Technical Support (Phase II)

 | Published October 12, 2017  -  Deadline November 15, 2017
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Project Description:

Safe transport is essential for women’s economic inclusion. For many women, safe transport can enable them to access education as well as essential economic opportunities. In Egypt, safety in public transport has been hampered by reports of sexual harassment when using public transport. In 2015, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD or the Bank) supported the Egyptian National Railways (ENR) in identifying ways in which to improve safety in its trains and platforms. The current assignment is a continuation of such technical support to ENR. As part of this assignment, the EBRD will assist ENR in the development of an awareness raising campaign and associated measures to prevent sexual harassment in ENR services.

Assignment Description

The EBRD now intends to engage a consulting company (the Consultant) to implement a public awareness campaign and provide support to ENR in developing institutional capabilities to identify, respond to and manage gender based violence (GBV) in its services.

The selected Consultant is expected to provide the following services:

i. Develop protocols and systems to respond to incidences of sexual harassment in ENR services; and train ENR staff in implementing those protocols and management systems;

ii. Design and implement a campaign to prevent sexual harassment in trains and platforms on one to two main lines with the highest demonstration impact. This campaign should be easily replicated on the rest of the network at a later date. The key target of the campaign is to increase the percentage of women commuters (travelling for work or educational purpose) and this will be monitored and benchmarked.

iii. Develop and implement associated measures to enhance the impact of the campaign, and to help ENR prevent, adequately manage and respond to sexual harassment in its services;

iv. Measure the impact of the technical support to ENR in increasing women’s access to economic opportunities in the area of influence of this assignment, pre and post awareness campaign;

v. Promote dissemination of good practices in the provision of gender responsive railway services in Egypt through policy dialogue with relevant government and non-government institutions.

A link to the Terms of Reference for the Assignment is attached.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in January 2018 and has an estimated overall duration of twenty-four months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 275,000 (exclusive of VAT).

The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is expected that the Assignment will be funded by Japan-EBRD Cooperation Fund (JECF).

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with previous project experience related to:

· Working on communications and or social marketing campaigns that have a strong focus on social issues, preferably in the Middle East and North Africa region

· Working on gender based violence and women’s economic empowerment preferably in the Middle East and North Africa region

· Proven experience in organizing multi stakeholders events (for example: training, capacity building, workshops, seminars, meetings) in relation with social issues

· Proven experience carrying evaluations, including quantitative surveys

The Consultant’s expert team is expected to include key experts as follows-

Team Leader/Project Manager (Key Expert 1):

Preferably more than 12 years of experience managing complex, donor-funded assignments on gender and/or transport in transition and/or developing countries;

Previous proven experience of working with various stakeholders, including government officials, business representatives, civil society, etc., ideally in Egypt;

Fluency in English and Arabic is essential including excellent report writing skills in English.

Proven track record working on social issues in the transport sector will be considered an advantage

Senior Gender Expert (Key Expert 2):

Social scientist preferably with at least 7 years of experience working on gender issues in the Middle East and North Africa region, particularly in Egypt;

Sound experience in women’s economic empowerment projects, experience conducting gender institutional assessments and delivering training on gender;

Proven record of working on GBV issues and delivering awareness trainings to different stakeholders;

Sound knowledge of the Egyptian social and cultural context norms;

Previous experience of working with various stakeholders, including government officials, business representatives, civil society, etc.;

Fluency in English and Arabic is essential.

Senior Communication / marketing expert (Key Expert 3):

Communication / marketing expert with 7 years or more experience working on social issues in the Middle East and North Africa region, including Egypt

Proven record of designing awareness campaign on different social issues, including gender and GBV for a wide range of audience and utilising different media forms;

Proficiency in branding, public communications, advertisement and public marketing;

Sound knowledge of the Egyptian social and cultural context norms;

Previous experience of working with various stakeholders, including government officials, business representatives, civil society, etc.;

Fluency in English and Arabic is essential.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max 1 page).

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 should be focused on information relevant to the assignment, e.g. qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous 10 years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

4. Technical proposal explaining the proposed approach, methodology and work plan to undertake the assignment. Key experts 1-3 should be clearly identified in the proposal. The proposal should include a summary table showing how the Key experts meet the different requirements of the ToRs and what would be their role during implementation of the project.

5. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The above information should not exceed 30 pages excluding CVs, project references and contact sheet.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Technical Proposal, Project references and Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded (4MB), the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Bank Contact Person:

Thomas Gale

Technical Co-operation

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

Tel: + 44 20 7338 6255

e-mail:GaleT@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are:

a) Firm’s previous project experience (25)

b) Approach and methodology (25)

c) CV of key expert 1 (10)

d) CV of key expert 2 (20)

e) CV of key expert 3 (20)

EGYPT-Railways Restructuring - P101103

Egyptian National Railways - Ministry of Transport | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016
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Consultancy Services For Transaction Advisor For The Preparation Of A Management Contract To Egyptian National Railways In Egypt REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES?FIRMS SELECTION) Egypt Project: Transaction advisor for preparation of a management contract to Egyptian NationalRailways Loan No.:   76560-EG Assignment Title: Consultancy Services for transaction advisor for the preparation of a management contract to Egyptian National Railwaysin Egypt Reference No. (asper Procurement Plan): 2/2016 The Egyptian NationalRailways, a public entity under the Ministry of Transport, has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the"Consultancy Services for transaction advisor for the preparation of a managementcontract to Egyptian National Railways in Egypt". The Egyptian National Railways now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating thatthey have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.Theshortlisting criteria are: [Eligibility, generalqualification, number of key staff, experience of similar conditions anddescription of similar assignments]. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [underIBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January ,2011] ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflictof interest. The objective of the Technical Assistance is to assist the GoE and ENR to use the services of anexperienced, independent and competent transaction advisory team (Transaction Advisor), able to provide the necessary legal,financial and technical advice for putting in place a Management Contract fully tailored to the particular circumstances andproblems of the railway sector. The main scope of this paper is to provide useful information on the services to be requested to aTransaction Advisor for putting in place a Management Contract for the ENR. The key domainthe Transaction Advisor has to provide solutions are thefollowing: ?     detailed assessment ofthe activities of the ENR, including the legal, institutional, regulatory, technical, financial, and information technology aspectsrelevant for the railway sector in Egypt ?     review and analyze thecurrent situation of human resources in ENR ?     clear description of therelationships between the ENRas a state-owned company and the State in order to identify the obligations of the State which will bedefined in the Management Contract ?     assessment of the ENR'sfinancial status and its internal financial procedures, identification of targets for improvement and development of financialprognosis for different business scenarios ?     review, analyze and summarize the current traffic, operations and management of ENR in a formsuitable for inclusion in an Information Memorandum for potential contractors; ?     identification of theactivities of the ENR which may become subject of the Management Contract ?     define the full set of services and the performance targets expected from thecontractor ?     define the outputs the ENR wants to achieve through the Management Contract, the means by whichthe Contractorwill achieve these outputs, and the set of skills required to undertake each of the activities inquestion; ?     estimate the expected costs of the Management Contract for a selected set ofactivities; ?     establish the appropriate remuneration of the Contractor for the requestedservices ?     analyze, assess and summarize the necessary conditions for attracting the private contractors tosubmit application for a Management Contract; ?     set the financial and the experience required for the potential candidates and the procedures forassessing the quality of the staff of the candidates, as the vital element for putting in place a successful ManagementContract; ?     guide ENR on the identification of the potential applicants and the selection of the mostappropriate candidates for the selection of the contractor for the Management Contract; ?     define clearly the limits of the delegation of management authority to thecontractor ?     define clear mechanisms for resolving disputes and adapting to unforeseen changes during theexecution of the Management Contract ?     define clearly the risks, liability levels and performance securities for thecontractor ?     Assistance of ENR in all phases of the process of selection of the contractor up to the moment of contractaward(including road show). The project implementation period is about 8 months and is expected to startmid-2016. AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the [QCBS] method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours [0800 to 1400 hours]. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form (1 original, 3 copies +1CD) to the address below(in person,or by registered mail) by 24/3/2016] [12:00]pm Egyptian National Railways - Ministry of Transport Attn: Director of strategy and investment projects Egyptian National Railways Ahmed Helmy Square, computer building for railway, 2nd floor, strategy and investment projects Department, Cairo,Egypt Telephone :(202) 25748730Fax: (202) 25748278 Email:projects_investment@enr.gov.eg

EGYPT-Railways Restructuring - P101103

Egyptian National Railways | Published November 18, 2014  -  Deadline December 21, 2014
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Consultancy Services For The Modernization Of The Signaling System And Operations Control On The Low Density Traffic Lines On The Enr Network REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES? FIRMSSELECTION) Egypt Project: Egypt National Railways Restructuring Project Loan No.:   7656-EG Assignment Title:Consultancy Services for themodernization of the signaling system and operations control on the low density traffic lines on the ENR network Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): 11/2014 The Egyptian National Railways , a public entity under the Ministry of Transport, has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the "Egypt National Railways Restructuring Project". The Egyptian NationalRailways now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The shortlisting criteria are: Eligibility, general qualifications, number of key staff, experience of similar conditions and description of similarassignments. The attention of interestedConsultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January ,2011 ("ConsultantGuidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest Consultants may associatewith other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected inaccordance with the Quality Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can beobtained at the address below during office hours [0900 to 1500 hours]. Expressions of interest must bedelivered in a written form (1 original, 3 copies +1CD) to the address below (in person) by 21/12/2014. Egyptian National Railways -  Ministry of  Transport Attn: Director ofstrategy and Investment Projects Dept. Egyptian National Railways Address: Central computer building-Egyptian National Railways, Ahmed Helmy square,Cairo Telephone: +20225761578 / +20225763815 Email: Projects_investment@enr.gov.eg Form1 : Submission Form [Location, Date] To:          [Name and address of Client] Dear Sirs: We, the undersigned, offer toprovide the consulting services for [Insert title of assignment] in accordance with your Request for Expressions of Interest dated [Insert Date] and our Proposal.  We are hereby submitting our Proposal, which includesthisTechnicalProposal. We are submitting ourProposal in association with: [Insert a list with full name and address of each associatedConsultant] We hereby declare thatall the information and statements made in this Proposal are trueandaccept that any misinterpretation contained in it may lead to our disqualification. We hereby undertakethat We(,our joint Venture members and sub-consultants,if any) are eligible according to Paragraph1.11 Eligibilityof the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January ,2011] ("Consultant Guidelines"). We understand you are notbound to accept any Proposal you receive. Weremain, Yours sincerely, Authorized Signature [In full and initials]: Name and Title of Signatory: Name of Firm: Address: Form2 :Consultant's Organization and Experience A -Consultant's Organization [Provide here a brief (about four pages) description of the background and organization of your firm/entity and eachassociate for this assignment.] B - Consultant's Experience [Using the format below, provide information on eachassignment for which your firm, and each associate for this assignment, was legally contracted either individually as a corporateentity or as one of the major companies within an association, for carrying out consulting services similar to the ones requestedfor ETCSL1 consulting services. Use about 40 pages.] Assignmentname: Approx. value of thecontract (in current US$ orEuro): Country: Location withincountry: Duration of assignment(months): Name ofClient: Total No of staff-months of theassignment: Address: Approx. value of theservices provided by your firm under the contract (in current US$ or Euro):s Start date(month/year): Completion date(month/year): No of professional staff-monthsprovided by associated Consultants: Name of associatedConsultants, if any: Name of seniorprofessional staff of your firm involved and functions performed (indicate most significant profiles such as ProjectDirector/Coordinator, Team Leader): Narrative descriptionof Project: Description of actualservices provided by your staff within the assignment: Firm's Name: Form3: Team Composition and Task Assignments Professional Staff Name of Staff Firm Area of Expertise Position Assigned Task Assigned Appendix Objective of the ConsultancyServices: The main objective of the consultancyservices is toStudy forthe identification of solution for the modernization of the signalingsystem andoperations control on the low density traffic lines on theENR network in a consistent approach with the system installed on themainlines. Tasks to be performed bytheConsultant: Task A ? Assessment of the railway network of ENR The consultant shall make an exhaustive assessment ofthe railway network of ENR and shall propose a methodology for classification of railway lines at ENR, including thecharacteristics of lines classified as low traffic density lines (secondary lines). Task B ? Benchmark of the relevant existing solutions for signaling and operations control on lowtraffic density lines The consultant shall assess the best internationalpractice regarding the signaling and operations control on secondary lines and shall elaborate a report presenting the existingsolutions for railway sections with low traffic density separately for sections dedicated forfreight traffic, for passenger trafficand for mixed traffic. Task C ? Recommended solution for signaling system and operations control for low density trafficlines for ENR

EOI – Egypt - Consultancy for the Capacity-building of the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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Information notice – Egypt - Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt - Contract awards – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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EOI - Egypt - consultancy services (firm) - Conduct Diagnostic Study and Develop Action Plan for Furniture Cluster in Damietta & Fowa Hand-Made Carpet and Kleem Cluster in Kafr El-Sheikh - OCP – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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