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Norway-Oslo: Refuse disposal and treatment
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
R01063 and R01120 Waste collection services, region Hålogaland Harstad and surrounding area and Vesterålen (two independent sub-contracts)
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency invites tenderers to submit tenders for a framework agreement for waste collection services for the following independent sub-contracts:
Sub-contract 1: The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency Region Hålogaland, Harstad and Surrounding Area (contract number R01063)
Sub-contract 2: The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency Region Hålogaland, Vesterålen (contract number R01120)
Tenders may be submitted for one or both of the above sub-areas.
Each sub-area will be evaluated separately and treated as separate tenders. This applies to both qualification requirement and contract award criteria.
A framework agreement will be signed with one tenderer per sub-contract.
The personnel that will collect the waste at the respective locations can be required to have valid security clearance and authorisation.
The aim of the contract is to cover the need for waste collection services, procurement fo waste equipment, hire of waste equipment, and consulting services related to waste collection for the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency, Property Management, in the region Hålogaland, area Harstad and the surrounding area, as well as Vesterålen.
The contracting authority needs assistance with waste management services in the form of waste treatment, purchase/hire, maintenance and repair of equipment and consulting services related to waste management.
The assignment also involves safeguarding of the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's own equipment that is used in connection with waste management.
Sub-contract 1, REHÅ Harstad and the surrounding area:
Based on historical figures and the expected turnover, the estimated turnover will be approx. NOK 22,500,000 excluding VAT over 5 years.
The maximum value will be NOK 33,000,000 excluding VAT.
Sub-contract 2, REHÅ Vesterålen:
Based on historical figures and the expected turnover, the estimated turnover will be approx. NOK 10,750,000 excluding VAT over 5 years.
The maximum value will be NOK 15,000,000 excluding VAT.
The framework agreement period will be for 2 (two) calendar years at the start-up. The contracting authority then has an option to unilaterally extend the contract for up to one (1) year + one (1) year + one (1) year, a maximum total length of five (5) years.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be a legally registered company.
Documentation requirement: Foreign tenderers must present documentation that confirms that the company is legally registered in its home country. Norwegian tenderers do not need to document fulfilment of this requirement beyond the presentation of tax and VAT certificates, cf. the information below.
Tenderers must have their tax and duty payments in order.
Documentation requirement: Tax and VAT certificate (RF-1316). The certificate can be ordered via www.altinn.no. The certificate must not be older than 6 months from the tender deadline (only for Norwegian tenderers).
Tenderers must have sound finances, which means that the tenderer must be credit worthy without a requirement for security.
Credit assessment of the tenderer, not older than 6 months, calculated from the deadline for receipt of tenders. The result of the credit rating must be given as a graded value (letters or numbers) on a defined scale. The credit rating must contain an assessment of the tenderer’s payment history/reliability.
NB! If the tenderer, in order to comply with the requirement, presents guarantees from other companies (e.g. the parent company), an equivalent credit rating must be submitted for that company. Furthermore, a legally binding confirmation must be enclosed from this company stating that they have joint and several liability under the contract.
Newly established companies that cannot provide a relevant credit rating can attach alternative documentation including, amongst other things, the accounts/balance, key figures, payment history and payment remarks.
The minimum requirement for credit worthiness is score A, or equivalent.
Tenderers (as a company) must have relevant experience and competence within deliveries of an equivalent nature and scope to this contract.
An overview of the three (3) most important deliveries within waste collection services that the tenderer has carried out in the last five years, together with information on the contract value, date of execution, and the name and contact information of the recipient of the services.
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency retains the right to contact the provided reference persons in order to confirm the information.
Tenderers must have the capacity to carry out the assignment under the framework agreement.
A statement of the tenderer's average workforce and the number of employees in the management in the last three years.
A description of the proportion of the contract that the tenderer is considering to use sub-suppliers for.
Annex 3 'sub-supplier overview' is to be completed for the geographical sub-area that the tender is submitted for.
Tenderers must have satisfactory control systems within quality that cover the activities included in the contract.
A copy of a certificate issued by an independent organ confirming that the tenderer fulfils the quality assurance standard NS-EN ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent.
If a tenderer is not certified, documentation must be provided of a good and well-functioning quality assurance system.
Tenderers must have satisfactory control systems with environmental management that cover the activities included in the contract.
Tenderers must attach a valid certificate from third party verified systems, for example:
Other equivalent environmental management systems can also be accepted, but only after they have been assessed on the basis of the received documentation.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information