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Regno Unito-Londra: Pacchetti software e sistemi di informazione
Bando di gara – Servizi di pubblica utilità
Sezione I: Ente aggiudicatore
Indirizzo principale: http://www.tideway.london
Indirizzo del profilo di committente: https://tideway.bravosolution.co.uk
Sezione II: Oggetto
Computerised Maintenance Management System
Tideway is seeking to appoint a provider for a computerised maintenance management system (CMMS), to include software solution and licensing, solution and user support, hosting, and hosting support and maintenance.
Applicants are referred to the Pre-Qualification Pack (PQP) and accompanying documentation for more information.
Services to be delivered in London in relation to the Tideway Tunnel Project.
Tideway has a requirement for a project wide cloud based Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) solution, which will be used by the client organisation, main works contractors and other stakeholders.
The solution will include all elements required for the successful delivery of the services, including but not limited to:
— CMMS solution and/or licensing,
— configuration, implementation and training,
— solution/user support,
— hosting, maintenance and support.
The CMMS will be a software package that maintains a database to track information about the organisation’s maintenance operations. This information is used to help plan maintenance and inspection of assets in an optimal way. It can also be used to help verify compliance to regulators and other parties.
A CMMS solution is seen as a key aspect required to deliver Tideway’s vision of creating a cleaner river Thames for Londoners; by ensuring thorough and robust maintenance of assets we can ensure the tunnel and associated assets operate at optimal performances at all times.
The term will be an initial 3 years with extension options up to a maximum term of 10 years.
Further information on the scope of the Contract and the procurement is included in the PQP and accompanying procurement documents.
The initial term of the Contract is 36 months, optional extensions are included, see II.2.11) for details.
Applicants are referred to the PQP and Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) for information on Tideway's criteria for choosing applicants to be invited to tender for the Contract. Tideway expects to select the top four applicants to tender for the Contract. Tideway reserves the right in its absolute discretion to invite fewer than four or to invite 5 applicants on the basis described in the PQP.
Applicants should be aware that the initial term of the Contract is 36 months and Tideway reserves the right to extend the term by period or periods of up to 84 months, making a maximum aggregate contract period of 120 months. Further, applicants should also be aware that Tideway reserves the right to omit and/or vary the scope of the Contract and/or require optional scope to be performed.
Tideway will also reserve the right to novate the Contract to a successor maintenance operator (such as Thames Water) during the term.
Further information is included in the PQP.
Applicants are referred to VI.3) Additional Information in this Contract Notice below.
Sezione III: Informazioni di carattere giuridico, economico, finanziario e tecnico
Applicants are referred to the PQP and PQQ for information about conditions for participation.
Applicants are referred to the PQP and PQQ for information about Tideway’s objective rules and criteria for participation in the Contract.
Tideway reserves the right to require guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties (potentially including the grant of step-in rights) and other forms of security as appropriate to be specified in the procurement documents to be made available at ITT stage. Applicants are referred to the PQP for relevant information available at this Contract Notice stage.
The main financing conditions, payment mechanism, performance standards and incentive mechanism will be described in the procurement documents to be made available at ITT stage. Further details will be provided in the published ITT documentation. Applicants are referred to the PQP for relevant information available at this Contract Notice stage.
Tideway will accept expressions of interest and tenders from single entities or consortia. Tideway does not require those consortia who intend to form a single legal entity to do so at the PQQ stage. Tideway will consider contracting with a consortium, providing always that the participants in any consortium are jointly and severally liable for all of the obligations of the Contractor under the Contract.
Sezione IV: Procedura
Sezione VI: Altre informazioni
1) Terms in this Contract Notice with initial capital letters have the meanings given in PQP Section 1.3) (Glossary);
2) To express interest in the Contract, applicants must register and complete the PQQ on the Tideway portal: https://tideway.bravosolution.co.uk by the deadline for PQQs stated in the PQP. The PQQ deadline is a precise time and applicants must allow sufficient time to upload the PQQ;
3) Section I) (Contracting entity): The contracting entity is Bazalgette Tunnel Limited (“Tideway”), the organisation responsible for delivering the Thames Tideway Tunnel. Additional information relating to this Contract Notice is available in the procurement documents. Further information on Tideway and the Thames Tideway Tunnel is available at www.tideway.london
4) Section II.2.6) (Estimated value): the estimated value has been estimated based on the total maximum term of 10 years. This value is indicative and depends on business needs over the term;
5) Section II.2.7) (Duration of the Contract): timescales in this Contract Notice are estimated based on the current Tideway programme but may be subject to change;
6) Section IV) (Procedure): Tideway is not a utility for the purpose of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016 (“UCR 2016”) and accordingly the UCR 2016 do not apply to this procurement. However, Tideway is required pursuant to the procurement regime in The Water Industry (Specified Infrastructure Projects) (English Undertakers) Regulations 2013 (“SIP Regulations”) to tender certain contracts and certain categories of contracts in accordance with a modified regime set out in the SIP Regulations as amended by The Public Procurement (Amendments, Repeals and Revocations) Regulations 2016 (“modified UCR 2016“). The procurement requirements set out in the modified UCR 2016 are broadly similar to the UCR 2016 save that certain procedures, exclusions and exemptions have been removed and Part 5 of UCR 2016 (Remedies) has been modified so that a different remedies regime applies to Tideway. Additional information in relation to the modified UCR 2016 is available at: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/cy/uksi/2016/275/schedule/2/paragraph/48/made
7) Section VI.4) (Procedures for review): in accordance with the modified UCR 2016 regime, Tideway will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period before award from the point information on award is communicated to tenderers. Any request for further information by tenderers pursuant to the modified UCR 2016 regime must be made in writing to the address set out in Section I.1) above. The modified UCR 2016 regime provides remedies for economic operators who, in consequence of a breach of the modified UCR 2016 regime, suffer, or risk suffering, loss or damage. Proceedings must be started in the High Court of England and Wales;
8) A response to this Contract Notice does not guarantee that an applicant will be invited to tender. The award process may be terminated or suspended at any time without cost or liability to Tideway. Tideway does not bind itself to enter into any contract(s) arising out of the procedure envisaged by this Contract Notice. No contractual rights express or implied arise out of this Contract Notice or the procedures envisaged by it. Tideway reserves the right to vary its requirements and the procedure relating to the conduct of the award process. Tideway reserves the right to disqualify any applicants on terms set out in the PQP;
9) Applicants/tenderers shall be solely responsible for and liable for all costs associated with and arising out of or in connection with responding to this Contract Notice, any PQQ and with submitting any tender, howsoever incurred.