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Belgium-Brussels: Invitation to tender 06A50/2017/M034 — Framework contract for study assignments and other related services in the field of special techniques for the European Parliament in Brussels
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://europarl.europa.eu
Main address: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=2676
Section II: Object
Invitation to tender 06A50/2017/M034 — Framework contract for study assignments and other related services in the field of special techniques for the European Parliament in Brussels.
Framework contract for assistance services of an engineering firm specialised in the field of special techniques (electricity, HVAC, sanitary and kitchen equipment, lifts, security, fire, technical controls, etc.) and other related technical services for the European Parliament in Brussels.
The services are grouped into 3 categories:
— preliminary study assignments,
— standard project assignment (complete or partial),
— other specific services.
Standard project assignments are divided into 3 types:
— standard complete assignment:
a standard complete assignment consists in performing all the following services:
1) preliminary design study;
2) design study with performance file;
3) obtaining the required regulatory permit;
4) assisting in the preparation of invitation to tender documents;
5) overseeing works' performance;
6) assisting in acceptance operations (provisional, final);
7) other services described in chapter 3.3.8 of the technical specifications;
8) specific services described in chapter 3.4 of the technical specifications,
— standard partial 'ab initio' assignment:
when the European Parliament decides to order only 1 or more of the following services:
without ordering all the services constituting a standard complete assignment, the service(s) ordered is/are thus considered to constitute a standard partial 'ab initio' assignment,
— standard partial 'de facto' assignment:
when the European Parliament orders a standard complete assignment but then, during the ordered assignment's performance, decides not to have all the services included therein performed, those services which have already been performed will thus be considered to constitute a standard partial 'de facto' assignment.
It is expressly agreed that in a case where, for whatever reason, the contractor would be obliged to perform a standard partial assignment only, he cannot request any compensation whatsoever for non-performance of all assignment stages.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
participation in this invitation to tender is open on equal terms to all natural persons, legal entities and public bodies of the Member States of the European Union and to all natural persons, legal entities and public bodies of non-member countries which have entered into a special agreement with the European Union in the public procurement field giving them access to the contract in this invitation to tender, under the conditions laid down by this agreement.
Section IV: Procedure
rue Montoyer 70, Brussels, BELGIUM.
on pain of being denied access to the opening of tenders, tenderers wishing to attend should confirm this by e-mail (INLO.AO.DIR.A@europarl.europa.eu) no later than 2 working days before the tender opening date, limiting their representation to 1 person.
Section VI: Complementary information
A site visit will be held on 24.8.2017 (10:00).
The meeting point will be at the entrance to the accreditation centre of the Altiero Spinelli Building in Brussels.
Any economic operator obtaining the invitation to tender documents concerning this contract may take part in the site visit. In any event, economic operators wishing to take part should confirm this by e-mail (INLO.AO.DIR.A@europarl.europa.eu) 2 working days before the visit, giving details of the company name and the name, position, identity card number and date of birth of the participants. Representatives must carry a valid identity document.
No more than 2 representatives per economic operator may attend. Attendance at this visit is optional.
The European Parliament will draw up a report following each site visit, which will be published on the website https://etendering.ted.europa.eu on 6.9.2017.
During the site visit, the economic operators will have the opportunity to ask questions which they deem relevant and useful for drawing up a tender. The language for the visit will be French.
Any travel costs relating to the site visit are to be borne by the economic operator and will not be reimbursed by the European Parliament.
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Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu