Lavori - 63332-2020

07/02/2020    S27    Lavori - Avviso di preinformazione senza indizione di gara - Non applicabile 

Regno Unito-Bedford: Scavo di galleria

2020/S 027-063332

Avviso di preinformazione

Il presente avviso è soltanto un avviso di preinformazione

Lavori

Base giuridica:
Direttiva 2014/24/UE

Sezione I: Amministrazione aggiudicatrice

I.1)Denominazione e indirizzi
Denominazione ufficiale: Highways England
Indirizzo postale: Woodlands, Manton Lane
Città: Bedford
Codice NUTS: UKH24 Bedford
Codice postale: MK41 7LW
Paese: Regno Unito
Persona di contatto: Toby Ndlovu
E-mail: cip.procurement@highwaysengland.co.uk
Tel.: +44 3004704916

Indirizzi Internet:

Indirizzo principale: www.highwaysengland.gov.uk

I.2)Appalto congiunto
I.3)Comunicazione
Ulteriori informazioni sono disponibili presso l'indirizzo sopraindicato
I.4)Tipo di amministrazione aggiudicatrice
Agenzia/ufficio nazionale o federale
I.5)Principali settori di attività
Servizi generali delle amministrazioni pubbliche

Sezione II: Oggetto

II.1)Entità dell'appalto
II.1.1)Denominazione:

Tunnelling and Associated Works Activities

II.1.2)Codice CPV principale
45221247 Scavo di galleria
II.1.3)Tipo di appalto
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II.1.4)Breve descrizione:

Highways England (HE) is the government company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways and major A roads. We have a huge road investment programme to deliver and want to engage with suppliers to inform our approach to procuring our larger complex infrastructure projects.

Supplier feedback and providing for genuine 2-way dialogue opportunity to take place between Highways England and the market, listening to what interested parties have to say and using this to shape the project and procurement development is extremely important to us, it is imperative that we work collaboratively to achieve the optimum solutions. At this stage we are consulting the market regarding supplier interest and proposed solutions in relation to the disposal of inert spoil arising from the tunnelling activity in respect of the proposed North Portal for the tunnels at Lower Thames Crossing.

II.1.5)Valore totale stimato
Valore, IVA esclusa: 40 000 000.00 GBP
II.1.6)Informazioni relative ai lotti
Questo appalto è suddiviso in lotti: no
II.2)Descrizione
II.2.1)Denominazione:
II.2.2)Codici CPV supplementari
45112500 Lavori di movimento terra
45222110 Lavori di costruzione di discariche per rifiuti
90531000 Servizi di gestione discariche
II.2.3)Luogo di esecuzione
Codice NUTS: UKH32 Thurrock
II.2.4)Descrizione dell'appalto:

As a 14,5-mile scheme, the Lower Thames Crossing project comprises of 2 bored tunnels beneath the River Thames with interconnecting link roads to the M25, A13 and A2. At 16 metres in diameter, the tunnels will be some of the largest bored tunnels in the world. The crossing will feature 3 lanes in both directions with a maximum speed limit of 70 mph the Lower Thames Crossing is the largest single road investment project in the UK since the M25 was completed more than 30 years ago. At 2,4 miles, each tunnel will be the longest in the country and we expect it to add 90 % extra capacity for customers crossing the River Thames east of London.

The North Portal site will be located on the North Shore of the Thames east of Tilbury B Power station and south of the Tilbury Loop Railway line. The North Portal structure and its approach ramp is to be constructed within a sizeable excavation. Approach roads to the North Portal construction continue at ground level north towards the proposed viaduct over the Tilbury Loop Railway.

Highways England would like to identify potential suppliers interested in receiving spoil arising from the North Portal and Tunnels excavation and its subsequent disposal. The scope of works will require the supplier to take delivery of spoil from the working area sited on the north bank of the Thames. It is important to note that Highways England will not be providing marine transport and the supplier would be required to provide transportation from the working area to its proposed disposal site.

Indicative quantities of inert spoil arising from the North Portal and Tunnels is circa 2 000 000 cubic metres (noting that spoil from the tunnelling activity will be in a post treated state). Inert spoil management strategy is vital to the success of the Lower Thames Crossing Tunnels contract. Early mitigation of project risk around the spoil disposal activity is attractive and is being explored now.

The works are to be undertaken in accordance with the constraints of a future development consent order (DCO). The proposed DCO submission will seek to minimise the environmental impact (including the carbon footprint) of the spoil disposal activity, therefore, the movement of spoil by heavy goods vehicles (HGV) on local roads and the strategic road network (SRN) are likely to be heavily constrained within the DCO application. The proposed DCO application will also need to consider the environmental impact of disposal by marine transport.

Commencement of spoil receipt and disposal services is anticipated for the start of 2023 and will have a duration of circa 3 years.

Highways England intends to use an eSourcing portal (Bravo) to communicate, please register on the portal in order to be involved.

II.2.14)Informazioni complementari
II.3)Data prevista di pubblicazione del bando di gara:
25/03/2020

Sezione IV: Procedura

IV.1)Descrizione
IV.1.8)Informazioni relative all'accordo sugli appalti pubblici (AAP)
L'appalto è disciplinato dall'accordo sugli appalti pubblici: sì

Sezione VI: Altre informazioni

VI.3)Informazioni complementari:

By issuing this PIN, Highways England wishes to formally make the market aware of a potential opportunity in relation to the Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) project.

Highways England is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency. Supplier feedback and providing for genuine 2-way dialogue to take place between Highways England and the market, listening to what interested parties have to say and using this to shape the commercial and procurement strategies which set out the approach to the market.

This prior information notice (PIN) is issued solely for the purpose of commencing a market consultation exercise (regarding supplier interest and proposed solutions in relation to the disposal of inert spoil arising) and does not constitute any commitment by Highways England to undertake any public procurement exercise.

To the extent Highways England carries out any procurement, Highways England reserves the right to award contracts in lots or groups of lots. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to this PIN. Nor shall a response to this PIN guarantee an invitation to participate in any future procurement process that Highways England may conduct. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any works or services and is not published to reduce time limited for the receipt of tenders. Highways England is not bound to accept any proposals offered.

Highways England is not liable for any costs, fees or expenses incurred by any party responding to this PIN or any party who may participate in the market consultation exercise. In the event that Highways England decides to proceed with any procurement, it is currently assumed that such procurement will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 unless any legal requirement requires a different procedure to be adopted.

For additional information please visit:

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/highways-england

For more information on the Lower Thames Crossing project please visit:

http://roads.highways.gov.uk/lower-thames-crossing-home/

VI.5)Data di spedizione del presente avviso:
05/02/2020