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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Maintenance of catering, kitchen, cafeteria and laundry equipment for collective and protocol catering
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Maintenance of catering, kitchen, cafeteria and laundry equipment for collective and protocol catering
There are 2 types of services to be provided:
— preventive and corrective maintenance services to be provided throughout the duration of the contract (see Part B, point 3.1 of the specifications),
— supplementary maintenance services for additional equipment and/or modification or replacement of existing equipment (see Part B, point 3.2 of the specifications).
Depending on the type of equipment, the tenderer’s obligations will relate to all or some of the following services and supplies:
— all preventive maintenance operations for the installations,
— all corrective maintenance operations for the installations,
— all dismantling/reassembly services,
— all additional supplies of spare parts, consumables and equipment,
— all supplementary maintenance services for additional equipment and/or modification or replacement of existing equipment,
— all assistance services for environmental management,
— assistance during periodic inspections undertaken by the approved body.
These services and supplies are to be provided throughout the duration of the contract, according to the Court’s needs.
The preventive and corrective maintenance services (including assistance with environmental management and assistance during periodic inspections) are fixed-rate services listed on a fixed price basis as described in Part B point 3.1 of the specifications. The supplementary services and supplies (described in Part B point 3.2 of the specifications) which may arise during the course of the contract will be subject to a separate invoice, as described in Part B point 6 of the specifications.
General budget of the European Union.
A site visit is planned for 17.4.2019 (15:00) at the following address: 12, rue Alcide de Gasperi, L-1615 Luxembourg-Kirchberg, LUXEMBOURG. If the date is not convenient, tenderers may put forward another date, although the date for submission of the tender cannot be modified. Please confirm your attendance by e-mail to email@example.com at the latest by 14:00 of the day before the visit.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be registered in the professional register or the trade register under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the country in which the tenderer is established.
a) the average turnover over the past three years (2015-2016-2017) for the services to which the contract refers must exceed 195 000 EUR;
b) a copy of the insurance policies covering the occupational risk in relation to the type of services covered by this contract. The insurance covering the occupational risk must at least meet the requirements set out in point 1.4. of Part B of the specifications. The tenderer must be able to provide proof that it has insurance(s) covering any damage caused by its staff, contractors and/or subcontractors to the building, the installations and/or the staff of the Court throughout the duration of the provision of services.
b) a copy of the insurance policies covering the occupational risk in relation to the type of services covered by this contract.
a) the tenderer must have at least 3 years' experience in performing services similar to those that are the subject of the contract, and must provide the proof described in Part A point 8.3 of the specifications;
b) the tenderer must have, on a continuous basis over the last 3 years, professionals in the fields covered by the contract, with the skills and professional experience to carry out the services concerned;
c) the tenderer, or one of its sub- or co-contractors, must be registered with the Luxembourg environmental authorities for the transport of waste.
a) the references for the 3 maintenance contracts must have a value of more than 60 000 EUR per year / per contract;
b) team: contract manager + substitute, 2 technicians and 2 refrigeration technicians with a level of training and professional experience as described in Part A point 8.3 of the specifications;
c) copy of the registration or application for registration for the transport of waste.
Refrigeration technicians must hold a valid category 1 certificate in refrigeration technology, in application of the 2015/2076 regulation.
Section IV: Procedure
12, rue Alcide de Gasperi à L-1615 Luxembourg-Kirchberg, LUXEMBOURG.
Tenderers or their representative wishing to attend the opening of tenders should confirm this in writing (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, at the latest by
15.5.2019, before 14:00 and must produce their authorisation to represent their company or the consortium.
Section VI: Complementary information
Any additional information will be sent via the ‘e-Tendering’ platform. Any request for additional information must be made in writing solely via the eTendering website at (https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=4665) in the ‘Questions and Answers’ tab, by clicking on ‘Create a question’.
Within 2 months of the plaintiff being notified or, failing this, of the date on which it became known to them. A complaint made to the European Ombudsman neither suspends this period nor opens a new period for lodging appeals.