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Germany-Karlsruhe: Geology, oceanography and hydrology services
Contract notice – utilities
Section I: Contracting entity
Section II: Object
Offshore Windfarm (OWF) - GeoPhysical Survey
Given the limited availability of existing regional geophysical data in the German Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), EnBW intends to conduct a geophysical survey for the installation of new offshore windfarms. Several areas are potentially of interests for conducting a geophysical survey and instrumentation for the survey will consist of Multibeam Echosounder ("MBES"), Side Scan Sonar ("SSS"), gradiometer, Subbottom Profiler ("SBP"), and optionally Ultra High Resolution 2D seismic ("2D UHRS").
The intent of the geophysical survey is to acquire geophysical data of such resolution and quality to be able to fully characterize the seafloor and the shallow subsurface and to fulfill the applicable regulatory requirements as stipulated by the BSH after obtaining site control and issuance of required permits to conduct the survey work.
We recommend for tenderers to review the "BSH Standard Ground Investigations, 2014", which includes a full description of to be fulfilled requirements for the geophysical ground investigation and the "BfN-Kartieranleitung für "Riffe" in der deutschen ausschließlichen Wirtschaftszone (AWZ)", which reflects all requirements for reef mapping.
German EEZ (German bight)
In accordance to ITT Documents
The employer reserves the right to increase the scope of work (for e.g. seismic 2D-UHRS)
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Directlink to documents with Selection criteria: (URL) https://www.tender24.de/NetServer/SelectionCriteria/54321-Tender-186ffa45c88-30d3dbf3f07a7a53
Please see tender documentation
jointly and severally liable
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
All request and communication shall be done trough the AI bidding cockpit (AI Bietercockpit) via tendering platform "tender24".
Please be aware that question regarding the call for competition shall only be submitted latest October 14th 2022.
Due date for questions by tendering company: October 19th 2022
The tendering company reserves its unilateral right to award a tenderer a contract based on initial or subsequent tenders received without requesting best and final offers (BAFO’s).
According to Section 160 (1) GWB, the public procurement chamber initiates a review only on request.
An application may, inter alia, be inadmissible if the candidate has not complained in due time of the alleged infringement of public procurement rules. Infringements recognized in the award procedure must be notified to the tendering company within ten calendar days (§ 160 (3) no. 1 GWB).
Infringements of procurement rules, which are recognizable on the basis of the notice, must be notified at the latest by the end of the participation period (§ 160 (3) no. 2 GWB). Infringements that can only be identified in the tender documents must be notified at the latest by the end of the offer period (§ 160 (3) no. 3 GWB). Furthermore, the petition for review is inadmissible if more than 15
calendar days have elapsed after receipt of the notification of the issuing undertaking to refuse to remedy a complaint (sec. 160 (3) no. 4 GWB)