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Denmark-Vejle: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.vejle.dk
Section II: Object
Connecting road west of Uhre
The task shall be provided as total consultancy and shall include all works relating to the detailed design, the Union tender, the professional and, where appropriate, the project management for a new connection road located west of Uhre on a section of approximately 2 km. The road must be placed in the strong hilly terrain to the west of Vejle and connect the Vardevej in the south with the residential area in the north. the road must be set up with a double directed cycle path on the eastern side. In addition, the road must be prepared for the connection of a new emerging path from the area of housing to around (2 400), including the potential extension of the way of a new vein lane.
The task shall include all works relating to the detailed design, the Union tender, the professional and, where appropriate, the project management for a new connection road located west of Uhre on a section of approximately 2 km. The road must be placed in the strong hilly terrain to the west of Vejle and connect the Vardevej in the south with the residential area in the north. the road must be set up with a double directed cycle path on the eastern side. In addition, the road must be prepared for the connection of a new emerging path from the area of housing to around (2 400), including the potential extension of the way of a new vein lane.
The roads, tracks, discounts, discounts, slopes, sinks, drainage, ponds, roundtrip, danger tunnel, faunal passages, stiles, bollards along the cycle, as well as lighting installations and noise fences shall be designed for the roundabout. 2 solutions shall be proposed for the tunnel at the outline and detailed design level for optimal location in the ground balance sheet and connection to existing facilities, as well as the property to the east of the roundabout and the related installation estimates. In addition, an assessment should be made as to whether the expropriation of property east of the roundabout, if any, will provide a better road and road project in accordance with the rules of the road. As a starting point, both solutions should be included as an option in the procurement procedures.
3 fauna passages are established on the southernmost section of the road, as well as a stibro out of the Stenbu, and the associated stint connecting the neighbourhood on the eastern side of the eastern side of the road with forests on the west side of the road.
Horizontal sinks shall be established for steep slopes as well as drainage of the path and path in series-linked lag basins and pipes with large decreases. Drains shall be managed in a separate system.
The total advisor shall be responsible for detailed design, EU tendering, professional and, where appropriate, project management.
When selecting the successful candidates, the developer will choose 5 candidates, who demonstrate the best technical and professional capacity in the light of the tendered task. The selection shall be made on the basis of an overall assessment of how the contracting entity expects to obtain the most attractive tenders.
In the assessment, in addition to the degree of comparability with the type and level of the task offered, the developer shall pay particular attention to the applicant (team’s) documentation relating to:
(a) Planning of drilling programme, as well as execution and reporting of geotechnical investigations, artesian water projects, ageing studies, slopes stability, drainage measures for slopes and maintenance of the same, erosion proofing, limestone stabilisation of excavated soil for re-building in rough soil.
(b) The detailed design of bridge foundations, the detailed design of road projects, and the drafting of tender documents for main road projects, the design of the universal service,
(c) The design of drainage systems with horizontal sinks, as shown on the drainage drawings.
Applicants will be assessed on the basis of how many of their references contain one or more of the aforementioned services. The more the applicant is able to demonstrate experience in the same reference and the larger the installation, the better the reference is assessed.
Supervision of building work
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
In order to demonstrate the applicant’s technical and professional capacity, the applicant shall describe up to 10 references in the solution of the corresponding tasks.
With similar tasks, sums of more than DKK 50 000 000, excluding VAT, are to be taken into account in professional or main activities which include services such as:
— geotechnical investigations,
— projects with artesian waters;
— and studies;
— slope stability;
— drainage measures in the case of slopes and maintenance of the same;
— erosion protection;
Limestone stabilisation of excavated land for re-building in the soil,
— drainage systems with horizontal sinks;
— Detailed design of bridge foundations;
— preparation of tender documents for main road projects.
Baseline projects should initially not be older than 3 years old at the time of the application, but would like to see ongoing. However, the contracting entity accepts references older than 3 years, up to a maximum of 5 years, considering that it is a rare complex project under Danish conditions.
The following information should be provided for each reference:
1) Name of developer and contact details;
(2) Brief description of the project;
(3) execution time;
(4) Consultancy services;
(6) The role and responsibilities of the applicant in the project.
Information to be completed in Part IV, ESPD, with the following guidance:
— description of the reference,
— the scope/size of the reference is inserted under “Amounts” or under “Description”;
The closing date (if any expected) shall be entered under the terms “Date”;
— customer should be declared under “receivers”.
Given the technical architecture of the electronic ESPDand the resulting limited framework for the provision of image documentation, the applicant may complete information relating to the selected references in an autonomous annex, which will be taken into account. References in the ESPD and in annexes shall be the same and, as far as possible, identical in content to the text. In case of any contradictory information in the ESPD and the annexes respectively, the ESPD is applicable.
As provided for in Section II.2.9, a reduction in the number of applicants will place emphasis on the relevance and quality of the reported references assessed against comparability with the job offered. Therefore, the applicant is invited to clearly indicate the comparability in the description of the reference or, alternatively, under Part V of the ESPD.
If more than 10 references are sent/described, only the 10 first references are to be taken into account. References of non-won/performed competitions/tasks/projects will not be considered.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The application must be submitted in digital mode, www.ibinder.dk see Section I.3) and shall consist of:
— A short covering letter indicating the name of the main applicant and any underadvisers;
— the ESPD in the form of an XML file from the applicant and separate files from any counsellors, as well as a pdf file of the electronic ESPD,
Supporting documents with a representation of the references listed in the ESPD plus imagery.
Use of the ESPD:
The procuring entity has created an ESPD XML file to be downloaded from www.ibinder.dk and save on the claimant’s own computer. The applicant must then open the XML file through ibinder under the ESPD. From this tab, the ESPD can be completed and finally saved as an XML file on your own computer. This XML file and a version in PDF are to be delivered www.ibinder.dk under the ‘PQ application’ tab
In addition, reference is made to http://www.kfst.dk/Offentlig-konkurrence/Udbud/Vejledninger where there is guidance on completing the electronic ESPD.
Questions for pre-qualification:
Questions about the prequalification can be asked and will be answered at www.ibinder.dk
According to Consolidation Act No 593 of 2.6.2016 on the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, as amended. www.retsinfo.dk), the following time limits for lodging a complaint shall apply:
Paragraph 7 (2). Appeals against invitations to tender or decisions covered by Title II or III of the Public Procurement Act; or
the Utilities Directive, which is not covered by paragraph 1, must be submitted to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement before:
1) 45 calendar days after the contracting entity has published a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union stating that the contracting entity has concluded a contract. The period shall begin to run on the day following that on which the notice has been published;
(2) 30 calendar days with effect from the day following the day on which the contracting entity informed the tenderers concerned that a contract based on a framework contract with reopening of competition or a dynamic purchasing system has been concluded, if the notification has provided a justification;
(3) 6 months after the contracting entity enters into a framework agreement with effect from the day following that on which:
The contracting entity has informed the candidates and tenderers concerned pursuant to Section 2 (2) or Section 171 (4) of the Procurement Act;
(4) 20 calendar days with effect from the day following the notification by the contracting entity of its decision, in accordance with the Public Procurement Act;
§ 185 (2), 2nd point § 7 (3). Where a procuring entity has followed the procedure set out in Section 4, it shall complain that the contracting entity:
conflicts with the Procurement Directive or the Utilities Directive have concluded a contract without prior publication of a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union, submitted to the Complaints Board within 30 calendar days with effect from the day following the day on which the contracting entity has published a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union stating that the contracting entity has concluded a contract, provided that the notice includes the justification of the contracting entity’s decision to award the contract without prior publication of a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union.
No later than the time when a complaint is submitted to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, the complainant shall notify the Complaints Board in writing;
The procuring entity that the appeal is lodged with the Complaints Board and whether the complaint has been lodged on a standstill;
period referred to in Section 3 (1) of the Act. In cases where the complaint has not been lodged during the standstill period, the complainant shall also indicate whether the appeal is suspended, cf. Section 12 (1) of the Act.
The Procurement Board of Appeal may be consulted on behalf of the Procurement Appeals Board.
Paragraph 6 (4). No later than the submission of a complaint to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, the complainant shall in writing:
inform the contracting entity that the appeal is lodged with the Complaints Board and whether the complaint has been lodged in the standstill period, cf. Section 3 (1) or (2), or during the 10 calendar days period laid down in Section 4 (1) (2). In cases where the complaint has not been lodged during the periods mentioned, the complainant shall also indicate whether a suspension of effect is requested (cf. Section 12 (1)).