Denmark-Herlev: Architectural design services
Design contest notice
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Main address: http://www.herlevhospital.dk
Main address: http://www.lilholmogpartnere.dk
Section II: Object
Design contest — Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen.
Region Hovedstaden and Novo Nordisk Fonden have a common vision to ensure patients with diabetes can be offered a treatment of international class. Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen is preliminary estimated to a gross area of approx. 18 000 m2 plus a basement parking, and should be able to embrace approx. 11-13 000 patients plus 330 full time employes in 2020. The centre should contain clinics to patients in all ages, research facilities, plus health promoting and education activities addressed to the entire Region Hovedstaden. It is expected that the participants in the design contest will be invited to participate in the end of June 2016 and that the invited 5 participants shall submit their projects in October 2016. The jury will rank the projects and expect to publish the result in December 2016 and the contracting authority intends to award a subsequent service contract pursuant to § 82 in the Danish Procurement Act.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Mentioned below must be submitted via the European Single Procurement Document (ESPD), which is an appendix to this procurement. The ESPD must be completed and is attached to this application by the tenderer and by all the participants if the tenderer is a consortium.
1. Information of the economic operator (submitted via ESPD, part II, article A-B).
2. Exclusion grounds relating to criminal convictions
Grounds cf. the Danish Law of Procurement § 135 subsection 1 and 2 (submitted via ESPD, part III, article A).
3. Exclusion ground related to debt higher than 100 000 DKK regarding payment of taxes and social security contribution
Grounds cf. the Danish Law of Procurement § 135 subsection 3 (submitted via ESPD, part III, article B).
4. Exclusion Grounds
Grounds cf. the Danish Law of Procurement § 137, no 1-4 and 6 (submitted via ESPD, part III, article D).
5. Description of the tenderers most significant references within the last 3 years regarding:
— Lead Design regarding large public building projects (construction costs > 200 000 000 DKK) within the area of healthcare and/or laboratory;
— Lead Design regarding large public building projects (construction costs > 200 000 000 DKK).
It is possible to submit as much as 4 references for each of the 2 categories (if the tenderer is a consortium or is depending on other entities, it is still no more than 4 references for each of the 2 categories in total). If more than 4 references are submitted, only the first 4 references will be part of the evaluation. It is a minimum requirement that the tenderer has submitted at least 1 reference of lead design regarding large public building projects (construction costs > 200 000 000 DKK.) within the area of healthcare and/or laboratory. If the tenderer is a consortium it is a minimum requirement that at least one of the participants has submitted at least 1 reference of lead design regarding large public building projects (construction costs > 200 000 000 DKK) within the area of healthcare and/or laboratory. The references should contain the name of the project, project owner, size and type of the project, business partner if any, and the period of completion of the project.
— The tenderer can submit as much as 5 references in the ESPD, part IV C, article 1b, as the fields ‘amounts’, ‘date’ and ‘recipients’ is to be filled by the tenderer. Regarding ‘description’ the tenderer should fill out the name of the project, the type of the project and business partners if any. With only room for 5 references in the ESPD, there may be a need to supplement with one or several appendixes. The references in the appendix should fill no more than 1 A4 page, and is to be described in the same way as in the ESPD regarding ‘description’, ‘amounts’, ‘date’ and ‘recipients’.
If the economic operator is depending on other entities, this must be evident in the ESPD, part II, article C and via a separate ESPD with the information asked for in article A and B in part II and part III for each of the other entities.
In case of more qualified tenderers than the number expected to be pre-qualified, the best suited will be pre-qualified based on the information given from the references of projects similar to this project.
Section IV: Procedure
3. Technology and energy;
4. Realizability (including economy, method and organization);
Reference is made to the competition program regarding the weighting.
A sum equal 600 000 DKK will be paid to each of the Participants that, following qualification for the design contest, submit a project which is admitted to the jury for examination.
Section VI: Complementary information
Reference to the competition program regarding the members of the jury and obligations regarding remuneration, international conventions etc.
The Contracting Authority recommends to download and read the instructions for the ESPD at: http://www.kfst.dk/Offentlig-konkurrence/Udbud/Udbudsregler/ES
Information in part II and part III must be submitted by the tenderers and other entities, if any capacity is based on the other entities.
The tenderer is committed to use and fill in the relevant parts of the ESPD.
The ESPD-file is available at: http://www.ibinder.com/External/EnquiryLink.aspx?id=upoksqaibs In order to fill out the ESPD use the following link: https://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/espd/welcome
To apply for prequalification the tenderer must use the link mentioned in part I.3.
Questions regarding access and use of iBinder are referred to www.iBinder.dk Everyone has free access to iBinders support at phone number: +45 89887830 or by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Complaints must be filed to the complaints board within certain deadlines. Complaints of not being pre-qualified must be received by the complaints board within 20 days from the following day the orderer send a notification regarding whom is pre-qualified. Other complaints must be received by the complaints board within 45 days from the following day the orderer publish a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union,that the orderer has signed a contract.
A more detailed description can be found at the web-page for the complaints board.