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Germany-Hamburg: Hire of sea-going vessels with crew
Contract notice – utilities
Section I: Contracting entity
Section II: Object
Main Geotechnical Investigation in the OWF He Dreiht
A geophysical and geotechnical site investigation for the project site was conducted in 2010. Target of this new investigation is to meet with the governmental regulations for offshore windfarm installations according BSH Standard 7004.
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Fischertwiete 1, 20095 Hamburg.
The requested work comprises 5 Tasks:
• task 1: UXO survey — at up to 70 positions for geotechnical investigation;
• task 2: CPTu survey — at 35-70 positions (exact amount not yet defined);
• task 3: sampling — at up to 6 positions (amount is subject to decision of geotechnical expert, based on new CPT results);
• task 4: offshore laboratory works, soil description, transportation of samples to a predefined laboratory onshore, storage of samples for > 5 years;
• task 5: reporting.
The start of the UXO survey works shall be scheduled by contractor, depending on its concept of execution ahead of the geotechnical investigation works.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Applicant consortiium is — as far as no competition restrictive agreement according to § 1 GWB exists — admitted.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
According to Section 160 (1) GWB, the public procurement chamber initiates a review only on request. An application may, inter alia, be inadmissible if the applicant has not complained in due time of the alleged infringement of public procurement rules. Infringements recognized in the award procedure must be notified to the tendering company within ten calendar days (§ 160 (3) No 1 GWB). Infringements of procurement rules, which are recognizable on the basis of the notice, must be notified at the latest by the end of the participation period (§ 160 (3) No 2 GWB). Infringements that can only be identified in the tender documents must be notified at the latest by the end of the offer period (§ 160 (3) No 3 GWB). Furthermore, the petition for review is inadmissible if more than 15 calendar days have elapsed after receipt of the notification of the issuing undertaking to refuse to remedy a complaint (sec. 160 (3) No 4 GWB).