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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: CJ10bis project to secure the headquarters of the Court of Justice – architect
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
CJ10bis project to secure the headquarters of the Court of Justice – architect
Provision of research and assistance based services as part of the process to secure the Court of Justice’s site, to be rendered by the in charge of the architectural firm responsible for the design, architecture, finishing works and coordination. This assignment concerns services resulting from the CJ10 project, which are now grouped together under a project called CJ10bis. The CJ10 and CJ10bis projects form a single project.
Coordination of consulting firms in charge of the project management (architectural office, technical engineer office and civil engineer office) in order to implement the following works:
—security reinforcement of pedestrian access points between car parks and inside buildings;
— upgrading of certain security equipment (integrated management system for safety and security equipment);
— construction of bicycle shelters outside the perimeter of the compound.
Section IV: Procedure
This assignment concerns services resulting from the CJ10 project, which are now grouped together under a project called CJ10bis.
The contractor being a designer, is the exclusive project manager in charge of the CJ10 project as he is in a position to know the technical characteristics of a product essential for the smooth running of the CJ10bis project, and to assess whether the alternative products offered by a company are compatible with its correct execution
The fire detection, HVAC, access control and camera systems are defined both for contracts managed by the project manager of the CJ10 project and for other distinct contracts managed by the project manager of the CJ10bis project, which implies a high degree of complementarity to ensure compatibility between systems.
If a project manager other than that existing one is designated for the CJ10bis project, he will be responsible for controlling the performance without being the author of the design. This may lead to rejection of a claim if liability is invoked.
The architectural management of complex and unusual projects such as the CJ10 and CJ10bis projects requires that project management not be split in order to ensure that the project is carried out under the control of the original designers.
Specific interoperability requirements across the CJ10 and CJ10bis projects, which form a single project, must be ensured in this case. All the aspects of the CJ10 and CJ10bis projects, both architecturally and technically, must be carried out by the same project management in order to ensure complete interoperability between these two projects (see Recital 50, 3rd paragraph of Directive 2014/24/EU).
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
Any appeals must be lodged with the General Court of the European Union within two months of the plaintiff being notified or, failing this,of the date on which it became known to them. A complaint made to the European Ombudsman neither suspends this period nor opens a new period for lodging appeals.