United Kingdom-Stanford-le-Hope: Marine construction works
Contract notice – utilities
Section I: Contracting entity
Main address: http://londongateway.com
Section II: Object
Design and Construction of Berth 4
The design and construction of Berth 4:
— A 430 m extension of the existing deep-water quay,
— Mooring Dolphin,
— fenders, bollards and other quayside furniture,
— heavy-duty rails and foundations for quay cranes,
— dredging of the berth pocket and approaches,
— berth pocket scour protection,
— earthworks, removal of existing surcharge material and ground improvement,
— 10 on shore stacks to be operated by automated stacking cranes (ASCs),
— reefer frames,
— heavy duty pavements and other surfacing,
— surface water drainage,
— hazardous container storage including pipework and holding tanks for contaminated effluent,
— fire mains and associated pits and valves,
— HV, LV and communications conduits/pits,
— LV and HV electrical works including sub-stations, switchgear and transformers,
— earthing systems,
— electrical control and protection systems,
— testing and commissioning.
London Gateway Port, No 1 London Gateway Drive, Stanford Le Hope, Essex, SS179DY.
Design and Construction of Berth 4:
— electrical control and protection systems.,
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Candidates must answer all the questions related to this project in the pre-qualification questionnaire/request for information on https://dpworld.tejari.com/web/login.html
The Contracting Entity reserves the right to acquire deposits, parent company guarantee bonds or other forms of appropriate security.
Payment conditions will be advised at the tender stage.
Members of a consortium will be required to become jointly and severally liable for the project.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The contracting entity is not and shall not be liable for any costs incurred by those expressing interest or negotiating or tendering for this contract opportunity. Tenders and all supporting documentation to be priced in pound sterling. Any resulting contract will be considered a contract made in England according to English law. Compliance with all relevant legislation required is required both in the contract award procedure and during the term of any resulting contract. The contracting entity reserves the right not to award a contract, to make whatever changes it sees fit to the structure and timing of the procurement process and to cancel the process in its entirety at any stage.