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Regno Unito-Londra: Servizi di gestione gallerie
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Sezione I: Amministrazione aggiudicatrice
Indirizzo principale: www.tfl.gov.uk
Indirizzo del profilo di committente: www.tfl.gov.uk
Sezione II: Oggetto
Maintenance and Management Contract for TfL Road Tunnels and Pumping Stations
TfL is establishing a single contract for the maintenance of TfL’s road tunnels and highway pump stations as outlined in this contract notice and as more particularly described in the procurement documents. The scope of the contract will include: emergency and responsive maintenance, cyclic and routine maintenance which includes minor capital renewals, safety inspections, cleaning, mechanical, electrical and control activities associated with these apparatus (assets and equipment in and associated with the tunnels and pumping station).
This contract relates to the maintenance of TfL’s road tunnels and highway pump stations. The requirement involves cyclic and routine maintenance including renewals, safety inspections, cleaning, mechanical, electrical and control activities associated with tunnel, intelligent transport systems (ITS) and pump station apparatus.
This contract interfaces with the London Highway Maintenance and projects framework (the subject of contract notice 2019/S 120-292911) and therefore will align with the framework term of 8 years, with an option to extend up to a further 4 years.
The contract scope includes:
— maintenance of tunnel communications and traffic equipment associated with the tunnels such as closure barriers, traffic signals, traffic detection loops, over-height vehicle detectors, lane control signs, variable message signs, enhanced message signs, matrix signs, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras (analogue and digital cameras, columns and mounting systems and associated encoding and transmission equipment), emergency roadside telephones, video automated incident detection cameras, local CCTV and incident recording equipment, radio rebroadcast with break-in facilities, loud speaker public address (PA), leaky feeder and antenna based radio communication systems for the re-broadcast domestic frequency modulation (FM), amplitude modulation (AM), digital audio broadcasting (DAB) services, emergency service radio systems and private mobile radio (PMR) systems:
— maintenance of all mechanical and electrical apparatus in the tunnels and 106 pump stations,
— leading, managing and carrying out the planned preventive maintenance programme and works,
— maintenance of IP network infrastructure made up of fibre optic and coper cabling and managed switches handling, multicast Internet Protocol (IP), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Virtual Local Area Network (VLANS), Quality of Service (QoS),
— liaising and co-ordinating with TfL for tunnel operations, tunnel control and traffic management,
— cleaning the tunnels, independently mounted traffic equipment and pump stations for safe operation,
— monitoring and responding to all faults and incidents using TfL’s fault management system,
— providing vehicle recovery services at specified tunnels,
— carrying out safety inspections and checks,
— maintaining asset inventory and condition data,
— carrying out minor capital renewals,
— corrective maintenance and fault rectification, including 24/7 emergency response to incidents,
— replacement of redundant apparatus,
— decommissioning and removal/disposal of redundant apparatus,
— reinstatement of damaged apparatus,
— compliance with health and safety duties and requirements,
— civil engineering works associated with on-street tunnel outstation assets, and
— any ancillary or incidental works, services or supplies related to the scope described above.
The tunnels in scope under this contract are:
— A102 Blackwall Northbound,
— A102 Blackwall Southbound,
— A101 Rotherhithe,
— A12 Green Man,
— A12 George Green,
— A12 Eastway,
— A3211 Upper Thames Street,
— A2 Eltham Tunnel,
— A406 Fore Street,
— A40 Hangar Lane.
The below tunnels are currently part of a design, build, finance, operate (DBFO) agreement which expires in 2030. The contract to which this contract notice relates also includes in scope some restricted responsibilities on the below 2 tunnels, as described in the procurement documents:
— A1203 Limehouse Link,
— A1261 East India Dock.
Due to the optional extension of up to 4 years, the contract includes a right for TfL to require the provision of works, services and/or supplies to which this contract notice relates to the 2 tunnels above, upon expiry of the DBFO agreement in 2030.
The contract also includes in scope, a right for TfL to require the provision of works, services and/or supplies to which this contract notice relates, in whole or in part on Silvertown tunnel upon opening in 2025 (earliest).
All more particularly described in the procurement documents.
The scope of the services required by the contract is a continuing requirement by TfL. Such services will continue to be required following expiry of this contract but the procurement and contracting strategy may change.
TfL may extend the initial 8-year term for up to 4 additional years. TfL may exercise a break clause at the end of year 4 at TfL’s discretion. TfL may require the provision of works, services and/or supplies to which this contract notice relates on A1261 East India Dock Tunnel and A1203 Limehouse Link Tunnel upon expiry of the DBFO contract and in whole or in part upon opening of Silvertown Tunnel.
The values in Section II.1.5) and Section II.2.6) represent the maximum estimated value of works, services and/or supplies anticipated across the 12-year period (should TfL choose to extend beyond the initial 8-year period). The estimated total value range may be 150 000 000 to 200 000 000 GBP.
Sezione III: Informazioni di carattere giuridico, economico, finanziario e tecnico
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
Conditions related to the contract are as stated in the procurement documents.
Sezione IV: Procedura
Sezione VI: Altre informazioni
The procurement process is being conducted by TfL (a functional body of the Greater London Authority (GLA)) under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
The draft invitation to submit initial tenders (ISIT) forms part of the procurement documents. Behavioural assessment will form part of the evaluation of tenderers’ initial offers; further details will be included in the draft ISIT.
For this procurement TfL intends to make available certain premises to the contractor that are associated with the tunnels as detailed in the draft ISIT.
This contract is part of a suite of contracts/frameworks which TfL wishes to place for works/services (including inspections) relating to various TfL Surface Transport assets. Further details are set out in the procurement documents. Given the interface between and potential conflict of interest that may arise, if a successful maintenance and management contract for TfL road tunnels and pumping stations contractor were to also become the infrastructure inspection contractor, any tenderer tendering for both contracts/framework will be required to demonstrate to TfL’s satisfaction that it has put in place appropriate conflicts avoidance measures (and these will form part of any contract, if the tenderer is successful in both procurements).
TfL reserves the right to withdraw from the procurement process and may award the contract in whole, in part, or not at all as a result of this call for competition. TfL shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any candidates in considering and/or responding to the procurement process.
Tenders and supporting documents must be priced in pounds sterling and all payments made under the contract will be in pounds sterling, unless otherwise advised.
To express an interest in this tender, economic operators need to complete and submit a response to the selection questionnaire (SQ) by the deadline date in Section IV.2.2). To access the procurement documents and complete and submit the SQ, an economic operator will need to be registered on the online eTendering portal. To register or to check if you are already registered log on to https://procontract.due-north.com Further instructions and guidance are included in the selection questionnaire and other procurement documents.
TfL will host a bidders’ conference on 6.2.2020 at TfL offices to share information about this contract. Economic operators wishing to attend should contact the person identified in Section I.1) of this contract notice by 3.2.2020 for further details. For those unable to attend, all the documents and information provided will be available on the eTendering portal.
Economic operators must read the instructions carefully before proceeding with registration. Video tutorials, FAQ’s and help pages are included in the Help Centre ‘Responding to Tenders’ section of the eTendering website (https://supplierhelp.due-north.com/).
For further assistance consult the online help, contact ‘log a ticket’ on the supplier support portal (http://www.proactis.com/Support), or send a message to TfL via the clarifications area on the portal.
TfL will observe a standstill period for a minimum of 10 calendar days from when the contract award notice is issued to bidders. That notice will provide full information on the award decision. The standstill period provides time for unsuccessful bidders to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered into. Any appeal or request for additional information should be sent to TfL (name and address as in Section I.1) of the contract notice). The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland).