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Norway-Oslo: Environmental issues consultancy services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Consultancy services for restoring nature
The procurement is for consultancy services for restoring nature. The content of the framework agreement is professional assistance for restoring nature that will contribute to the contracting authority's projects are carried out in a way that prevents damage and is gentle as regards the nature, in addition to assistance with repairing damaged nature and restoration.
The content of the framework agreement is professional assistance for restoring nature that will contribute to the contracting authority's projects are carried out in a way that prevents damage and is gentle as regards the nature, in addition to assistance with repairing damaged nature and restoration.
Assistance is to be provided in a number of different projects in the construction phase and operational phase, including consultancy for restoration connected to excavation work, vehicle tracks, removal of matter, building and construction work, revegetation, polluted matter, in different terrain such as mountain, high water, bogs, rivers, etc.
The framework agreement is nationwide.
The framework agreement period will be 2 (two) years.
The contracting authority can extend the contract for up to 1 (one) + 1 (one) year + 1 (one) year, to a maximum of 5 (five) years from the actual start-up date.
The framework agreement is announced for 2 (1+1+1) years, maximum up to 5 years, due to the need for security clearance and an expected long initial clearing period at NSM for employees and companies who are not security cleared.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Requirement: Tenderers must be a legally established company.
Documentation requirement: Foreign tenderers must present documentation that confirms that the company is legally registered in its home country. Norwegian tenderers do not need to document fulfilment of this requirement beyond the presentation of tax and VAT certificates, cf. the information below.
Requirement: Tenderers shall have their tax and duty payments in order
Documentation requirement: Tax and VAT certificate (RF-1316). The certificate can be ordered via www.altinn.no. The certificate must not be more than 6 months from the tender deadline. (only for Norwegian tenderers)
A credit rating, carried out by a company that can legally carry out credit ratings, of the tenderer that is not older than 6 months calculated from the application deadline.
The credit rating must contain an assessment of the tenderer’s payment history/reliability. The result of the credit rating must be given as a graded value (letters or numbers) on a defined scale.
If the tenderer, in order to comply with the requirement, presents guarantees from other companies (e.g. the controlling company), equivalent credit assessment for this company must be submitted. Furthermore, a legally binding confirmation must be enclosed from this company stating that they have joint and several liability under the contract.
Tenderers must have sufficient financial capacity to fulfil the contract.
A list of the most important relevant deliveries in the last five years. The list must highlight the tenderer's role in the reference project, along with the value, dates and the name of the contracting authority.
Description of the tenderer´s total manpower and an organisation plan.
Certificate of the relevant quality assurance standard, e.g. NS-EN ISO 9001.
(Other certificates issued by bodies in EEA countries that comply with the Community regulations or the relevant European or international certification standards can also be presented.)
Or: A description of the tenderer's quality assurance system.
Tenderers must have good experience from equivalent deliveries. Equivalent deliveries means deliveries of an equivalent scope, for example, framework agreements or equivalent, with assignments of a similar nature and complexity.
Tenderers must have the necessary capacity to implement the framework agreement.
Tenderers are required to have a good, well-functioning quality assurance system.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information