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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: EIB - Construction All Risk and Decennial Insurances for EIB New Building in Luxembourg
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Construction All Risk and Decennial Insurances for EIB New Building in Luxembourg
This call for tenders has the objective of awarding two services contracts for the Construction All Risk (CAR) Insurance and for the Decennial Insurance for the construction of a new EIB office building on the campus of the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg.
Construction All Risk (CAR) Insurance
LOT 1 Construction All Risk (CAR) Insurance (64 months, including 40 months during the construction works + 24 months as maintenance period after taking over by the EIB) - covers EIB and all participants to the works, including contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers. It covers physical loss or damage to the works.
Decennial (DEC) insurance
LOT 2 Decennial (DEC) insurance (duration 120 months) - covers physical loss or damage to the works under decennial liability during the period of ten years after handover of the building from the contractor to the building owner.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened in a non-public procedure.
Upon request, the written record of the opening of the tenders will be provided to economic operators who submitted a tender.
Section VI: Complementary information
Tenderers may in the first instance submit any concerns regarding the procurement to the Bank using the contact details under section I.1) of this contract notice.
If tenderers, or other interested parties, believe that the EIB committed an instance of maladministration, (e.g. it has failed to act in accordance with its established policies, standards and procedures, or to respect the principles of good administration), they may lodge a complaint to the EIB Group Complaints Mechanism (see https://www.eib.org/en/about/accountability/complaints/index.htm) within 1 year from the date when the alleged action, decision or omission by the Bank could be reasonably known by the complainant. If unhappy with the outcome, tenderers can seek a review of the EIB Group’s reply to the complaint by the European Ombudsman (see https://www.ombudsman.europa.eu).
Within 2 months of notification of the outcome of the procedure (award decision), tenderers may launch an action for its annulment and/or damages. Any request tenderers may make and any reply from the Bank, or any complaint of maladministration, will have neither the purpose nor the effect of suspending the time-limit for launching an action for annulment nor open a new period for launching an action for annulment. The body responsible for hearing annulment procedures is indicated under section VI.4.1) of this contract notice.