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Ireland-Dunsany: Remedial works to the external timber doors and windows at the EU Commission buildings in Dunsany, County Meath, Ireland
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/health_food-safety/
Section II: Object
Remedial works to the external timber doors and windows at the EU Commission buildings in Dunsany, County Meath, Ireland.
As the building is over 15 years old, the tasks covered by the contract are the repair/replacement of elements of the windows and external doors that are allowing water ingress or drafts into the offices and the crèche building.
Grange, Dunsany, County Meath, Ireland.
As the building is over 15 years old, the tasks covered by the contract involve the repair/replacement of elements of windows and doors that are allowing water ingress or draughts into the offices and crèche. They also involve repairs/treatments to extend the life of the window system. The building is 10 100 m2. The project will be carried out in 4 phases. This will be done in 2–4 years depending on the progression of the work. The building is a 2-storey office complex spread over 3 interconnecting blocks with a separate crèche building. This contract is a framework contract with no financial obligation. There will be an individual specific contract for each separate phase of the project.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
(1) The attention of interested parties is drawn to the aim of this notice, i.e. to select candidates who will receive the specifications and be invited to tender. The procedure consists of 2 distinct phases. In the first phase, requests to participate sent in response to this notice will be appraised by a selection committee on the basis of the criteria indicated in the procurement documents. In phase 2, all applicants who meet the minimum levels of standards indicated will be shortlisted and subsequently invited to submit a tender.
Applicants who are not shortlisted after phase 1 will be informed of the reasons for their elimination from the procedure.
(2) NB: interested parties are requested to strictly observe the conditions stated in the procurement documents when submitting their request to participate. In addition, interested parties must:
— send their application before the deadline in point IV.2.2. Applications sent after the deadline in point IV.2.2 will be automatically rejected,
— enclose all the documents and information requested in the procurement documents.
Candidates must send their requests to participate to: SANTE-IRL-CFT@ec.europa.eu as stated in point I.1.
(3) Interested parties are requested to refrain from seeking further information at this stage.
(4) A visit to the Grange site will be arranged in order for shortlisted candidates to view the premises.
However, no costs incurred by candidates in this regard can be reimbursed by the European Commission.
A maximum of 3 representatives from any tenderer may participate in the site visit. Participation in a site visit is not obligatory.
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu