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Germany-Düsseldorf: Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.duesseldorf.de/vergabe.html
Section II: Object
Carcass work U81 Freeligradthplatz — Terminal airport
Lot 2 Construction of tunnels (120):
The main activities to be carried out are as follows:
— Lilienthalroad bridge ramp structure: Length approx. 120 m,
Bridge Nordster (6-feldrig, steelwork with above technical plant): Length approx. 480 m,
— Dammobauwerk: Length approx. 180 m,
Bridge gate 1 (4-feldrig, prestressed concrete): Length approx. 100 m,
— Level of distance including track construction (on ballasted track) and switches for U79 — track: Approx. length 900 m (single track)
— Level distance (only): Approx. length 320 m (double track)
— Road construction/restoration: approx. 6 500 m2 /approx. 15 000 m2“
— catenary system (U79 track, operation maintained), approximately 900 m in length (single track).
This repeal applies only to the original lot 2 of the notice published under the above mentioned reference number.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Carcass work U81 Freeligradthplatz — Lot 2 Airport
Section VI: Complementary information
Participation Competition, EU Notice No. 2019/S 114-280849For Lot 2 (VE120), it will result in a number of suitably qualified candidates who have clearly exceeded the proposed maximum number of candidates to be invited to tender. The concentration limit published by the Notice is therefore more restrictive of competition than initially expected.
In order to ensure a wider competition and not to make the restriction of the larger than expected circle of suitable candidates dependent on the completely uncertain outcome of a lottery procedure, the procurement procedure will be cancelled and a new procedure will be launched.
By publicising the competition, which calls for all suitable candidates to submit a tender, the contractor will seek to increase competition and thus make a more economic result.
Internet address: www.bezreg-duesseldorf.nrw.de
According to § 135 (2) GWB, the period for claiming the invalidity of a contract with a review procedure shall end 30 calendar days from the day of knowledge of the infringement, which results in the ineffectiveness of the contract but no later than 6 months after the conclusion of the contract or, in the case of publication of the contract notice in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 30 calendar days after publication.
Under § 160 (3) (1) — (4) GWB, the request to launch a review procedure is inadmissible if:
— the applicant has recognised the infringement of public procurement rules in the procurement procedure and has not immediately complained to the contracting authority,
— infringements of procurement rules that are apparent from the notice are not criticised by the contracting authority at the latest by the deadline specified in the notice of submission of tenders or when they apply to the contracting entity;
— infringements of procurement rules that cannot be recognised until the time limit specified in the notice to submit a tender or to apply to the contracting authority have not been submitted to the contracting authority at the latest,
— have elapsed more than 15 calendar days after receipt of notification by the contracting authority that a complaint has not been withdrawn.