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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Operation of catering and ancillary services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Operation of catering and ancillary services
This contract is a mixed contract which covers the following services:
a) operation of the Court’s catering service (concession part of this contract);
b) provision of catering services (framework contract part of this contract);
c) multi-service offer, including in particular dry-cleaning services and shoe repair services (concession part of this contract).
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
This contract is made up of two parts:
— catering services;
— an additional multi-service offer including, in particular, laundry and shoe repair services.
With regard to the first part of the contract, the contractor will deliver the following services:
— operation of six restaurants and cafeterias:
—— self-service restaurants, one with an adjoining coffee corner, the other with a European delicatessen stand;
—— two restaurants with seated restauration services;
—— two cafeterias.
— banqueting services to support event activities;
— provision and management of vending machines and other equipment;
— miscellaneous services, in particular for meetings.
This first part of the contract consists mainly of a mixed contract under which the Court entrusts the contractor with the management of various services as a concession (concession part). The first part also lays down the conditions governing the specific contracts to provide catering services which may be requested by the Court from the contractor, by means of specific contracts or order forms, during the validity of the contract (framework service contract part).
With regards to the second part of the contract, a room will be made available to the contractor (hereinafter ‘the stand’) to collect and return laundry and items entrusted to customers. The dry-cleaning and shoe repair services will be implemented by the contractor, outside of the Court's buildings. The contractor may complete the multi-service offer by offering additional services.
This second part will be managed as a concession (concession part).
During the second stage of the procedure, two site visits will be arranged on the dates indicated in the invitation to tender letter. Economic operators may only participate in one of these visits.
Participation in one of the site visits is mandatory, and tenders from economic operators who have not taken part in any site visit will be rejected.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See section 3.4.1 of tender specifications.
Section IV: Procedure
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.