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United Kingdom-St Peter: Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Voice Communication Systems for Air Traffic Control at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands
Ports of Jersey are looking for a turnkey solution to replace the existing Voice Communication Systems for ATC, as the existing system is approaching end of life.
3.1) The outline of the project is for a turnkey solution to replace the existing voice communication systems for Air Traffic Control (ATC) at Ports of Jersey airport. The existing VCS is approaching end of life and due to the lack of OEM support, the decision has been taken to replace the system. The turnkey solution shall comply with all applicable regulatory standards;
3.2) The successful tenderer will be responsible for all suppliers and subcontractors, the installation, integration, test and technical handover of the equipment’s which, includes the safety assurance documentation;
3.3) 2 systems are required:
(a) Air Traffic Control Centre (ATCC) — existing HMI and radio/telephone interfaces are 15 positions, 30 telephones, approximately 20 radios, a crash alarm and a public announcement channel;
(b) Air Traffic Control Contingency Facility (ATC-B) — existing HMI and radio/telephone interfaces are 9 positions, 6 telephones. 4 radios, a crash alarm and a public announcement channel;
(a) in addition, the main Emergency Voice Communications System, E-VCS, is also to be replaced. This is end of life and no longer supported by the supplier. The existing emergency VCS in the ATC-B centre will not be replaced at this time. Options for upgrades to this system during this project will be considered. The E-VCS current HMI and radio/telephone interfaces are 11 positions, 5 telephones and 7 radios.
3.4) The tender will be split into 3 main areas, with the requirement that the ATCC and ATC-B Voice Communications System have a common supplier, make, model, spares and training requirements, as explained above.
(a) Voice Communications System (VCS) ATCC and ATC-B;
(b) Emergency Voice Communication System (E-VCS) ATCC;
(c) associated works and fibre interconnectivity support in order to effectively install the voice communications system.
3.5) The VCS is operational 24/7 and the expected design life cycle is 15 years.
3.6) Those tenderers who are invited to tender (ITT) will be able to conduct a site survey at the airport, so that the tenders can fully familiarise themselves with the existing design and integration requirements.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information