Iceland-Reykjavik: Architectural and related services
Periodic indicative notice – utilities
This notice is a periodic indicative notice only
Section I: Contracting entity
Main address: https://utbod.isavia.is/aspx/Home
Address of the buyer profile: https://www.isavia.is
Section II: Object
Pre Market Engagement — Integrated Design Team for the Keflavik International Airport Major Development Plan
Isavia is about to embark on a 1-2 000 000 000 GBP capital works programme to significantly extend current terminal facilities at Keflavik International Airport (‘KEF’). This notice is intended to announce the commencement of apre-market engagement exercise relating to Isavia's requirement for integrated design services in respect of its ‘Major Development Plan’ (‘MDP’) at KEF as more fully described in Sections II.2.4) and VI.3) below. MDP is a significant part of Isavia's ambition for KEF to grow to 25 million passengers per year by 2040, as part of the wider KEF Masterplan 2015-2040. Critical to the successful delivery of the MDP will be the appointment of a fully integrated design team (‘IDT’) with experience of designing similar facilities at international, expanding airports.
Keflavik Airport, ICELAND.
The IDT will be appointed primarily to advise Isavia on the development of the following facilities at KEF:
(i) a new East Pier, with around 15-17 airbridge-served aircraft gates which will likely be required to be delivered in 2 or more phases;
(ii) a new North Terminal, providing additional processing, baggage handling and concessionary facilities; and
(iii) other design services relating to any associated works as may be required at the discretion of Isavia.
The IDT is likely to be comprised broadly of the following disciplines:
(i) architectural services;
(ii) civil and structural engineering services;
(iii) quantity surveying services;
(iv) building services engineering;
(v)mechanical engineering services;
(vi) electrical engineering services; and
(vii) urban planning and landscaping design services.Further information regarding the MDP can be found at: www.isavia.is/mdp
Isavia is conscious that some organisations that may have an interest in the IDT opportunity may also currently be appointed to Isavia's design consultancy framework, which provides design services to Isavia generally and is also currently being used to deliver the widening of the corridor between the existing north and south terminals. For the avoidance of doubt, there will be no barriers to those providers already appointed by Isavia to the design framework from participating in this pre-market engagement exercise or any subsequent IDT procurement. That said, organisations that have reviewed the documentation currently being utilised to appoint a Programme Management Team (‘PMT’) will be aware that a key aspect of the role of the PMT will be to support the appointment and management of the IDT and therefore the successful IDT organisation will have to be independent of the PMT as well as any construction manager and/or construction team (and all other teams directly or indirectly involved in realising the development of the new East Pier and new North Terminal) subsequently appointed. As such, interested parties should note that the successful IDT would not be eligible to be appointed to any of these roles, without the prior written consent from Isavia. This includes acting as a supplier, subcontractor or advisor to any other entity appointed to undertake the works/services referred to above.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
By publication of this notice, Isavia notifies interested parties that it intends to undertake certain pre-market engagement activities in respect of its proposed appointment of an IDT. We therefore invite interested parties to register on Isavia's e-Tendering portal (https://utbod.isavia.is/aspx/Home) to express your interest in participating in this pre-market engagement. On registration, Isavia will make available a pre-market engagement document which sets out further detail about the IDT requirement and the scope of the pre-market engagement. In particular, the document sets out details of two informal presentation lunches (taking place in London and Chicago on 4 and 6 June respectively) and an Open Day on 26.6.2019 in Keflavik, Iceland. These will be an opportunity for Isavia to give interested parties further information on the anticipated procurement process for the IDT and the wider MDP programme. Isavia may also hold one-to-one discussions with interested parties following the Open Day (on 26-28.6.2019) to discuss specific issues which may be considered commercially sensitive. Although attendance will be limited, Isavia is keen to hear from as many interested parties who are able to provide the full scope of design services as possible. Further information on the Open Day can be found in the pre-market engagement document. Parties should note that participation in this pre-market engagement exercise, and attendance at the presentation lunches, open day and/or one-to-one discussions, are not prerequisites to participating in any subsequent procurement process. Isavia is committed to ensuring that all parties are treated equally and any information shared during the pre-market engagement will be made available once any formal procurement process is initiated.
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