Solidarität mit der Ukraine
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Denmark-Copenhagen: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Contract for comprehensive advice in connection with the renovation and conversion of Pakhus 47 and 53 into commercial leases by the development company City & Port I/S
The development company City & Port I/S offers a contract for comprehensive advice in connection with the renovation and conversion of Pakhus 47 and 53 into commercial leases.
The development company City & Port I/S offers a contract for comprehensive advice in connection with the renovation and conversion of Pakhus 47 and 53 into commercial leases. Warehouse 47 is built in 1946 and consists of a total renovation area of approximately 19 000 Km divided into cellar, room, 1th floor, 2th floor and 3th floor. Warehouse 53 was built in 1955 and consists of a total renovation area of approximately 4 800 Km on the 1th floor and the possibility of establishing a completely new 2th floor of approximately 3 000 Km. The warehouses have been renovated and rebuilt on several rounds and appear today as warehouses and office buildings. The development company City & Port I/S has launched an invitation to tender for the environmental rehabilitation and clearing of Pakhus 47, in parallel to the present comprehensive consultancy call for tenders, in accordance with the invitation to tender. 2021/S 015-029850 and its subsequent amendments. This work is expected to be launched in spring 2021.
Warehouses 47 and 53 each have to be renovated and converted into a whitebox solution ready for the construction of commercial leases. The Whitebox solution shall contain building facades as well as basic modules for the division of commercial leases.
The total advice consists essentially of the following advisory services:
— Design management
— Preparation of proposals and proposals for projects
— Preparation of a public authority project
— Appeals of Authority Processing
— Preparation of tender documents
— assistance with procurement.
The tender also includes the following options:
— Construction management, technical supervision and project follow-up during execution
— Building management, technical supervision and project follow-up for delivery
— Introduction of commercial leases.
If there are more than 3 candidates who satisfy the minimum suitability requirements set out in points III.1.2) to III.1.3 and who are not covered by the grounds for exclusion set out in point VI.3), the development company City & Port I/S will make the selection on the basis of the following objective and non-discriminatory criteria:
Best references based on an assessment of the relevance of the references (the more relevant, the better). The assessment of the development company City & Havn I/S will be made on the basis of the description of the main elements of the contract as set out in point II.2.4. The emphasis here will be particularly positive, the references of which show comprehensive advisory experience in relation to the conversion and/or renovation of existing properties, where the task has involved the construction of many commercial leases of different sizes and in several plans. In addition, particular emphasis will be placed on references where the full advisor has been responsible for sustainability management in relation to DGNB certification or otherwise responsible for having the property certified by DGNB. Only references meeting the minimum technical and professional capacity referred to in point III.1.3) will be taken into account in the assessment.
The tender includes the following options:
Ad. II.1.5) and II.2.6) Estimated value:
— The estimated value is based on an estimate and is therefore subject to a certain degree of uncertainty.
Ad. II.2.7) Duration of the contract:
— it is expected that the contract will have a duration of approximately 30 months.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The applicant shall disclose in Part IV.B of the ESPD the applicant’s turnover in the last closed and audited financial year.
The applicant’s turnover according to the last closed and audited financial year must be at least DKK 10 million.
Where the applicant constitutes an association of undertakings, the turnover shall be calculated as the undertakings in the group’s total turnover.
Where the applicant relies on the economic and financial capacity of other entities, the turnover shall be calculated as the total turnover of the applicant and the supporting entities.
The applicant must indicate in part IV.C of the ESPD the most significant references of the applicant carried out within the last 3 years from the closing date for applications.
Each reference should contain the following information:
— Description of the task performed (in the case of an ongoing task, describe only those parts of the service performed at the time of the application)
— contract value
— Start date and end date
— The customer, including the contact details of the customer.
The applicant may provide a maximum of 5 references. References in addition will not be taken into account. This applies irrespective of whether the applicant is a single undertaking, whether the applicant is a single undertaking, or whether the applicant relies on the technical and professional capacities of other entities.
Within the last 3 years from the deadline for applications, the applicant must have either at least 1 reference to comprehensive advice on the renovation and/or conversion of non-residential property of at least 10 000 Km or at least 2 references to comprehensive advice for the renovation and/or conversion of non-residential properties of at least 5 000 Km each. It is required that at least 1 of these references relate to a comprehensive advisory task in which the applicant has been responsible for sustainability management in relation to DGNB certification or was otherwise responsible for having the property certified by DGNB. Only references relating to tasks carried out at the time of application will be taken into account when assessing compliance with the minimum requirement. Thus, in the case of an ongoing task, only those parts of the service already performed at the time of the application will be taken into account in the assessment of the reference.
If the applicant constitutes an association of undertakings, it is sufficient that one of the undertakings in the association or the undertakings of the group together satisfy the minimum requirement.
Where the applicant relies on the technical and professional capacities of other entities, it shall be sufficient that the supporting entities or applicants and the supporting entities jointly meet the minimum requirement.
ABR18 with the derogations and adaptations of the development company City & Port I/S.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
As an application for pre-qualification, the applicant shall submit a completed ESPD. The ESPD has been published as part of the tender dossier referred to in point I.3). The ESPD must be filled in via Ethics. Candidates must complete the ESPD with the information specified in the contract notice, including Parts II.A, II.C, III.A, III.B. III.C, IV.B, IV.C and V:
— Part II.A: Applicants must indicate their name, CVR number, postal address, contact person, whether the applicant is a micro, small or medium-sized enterprise and whether the applicant participates in the procurement procedure together with others (as a consortium or similar).
— Part II.C: The applicant must state whether the applicant relies on the economic and financial and/or technical and professional capacities of other entities.
— Part III: The applicant shall indicate whether the applicant is covered by the grounds for exclusion in Sections 135 and 136 and 137 (1) (1), (2) and (5) of the Public Procurement Act. If the applicant is covered by the grounds for exclusion laid down in Sections 135, 136 and 137 (1) (1), (2) and (5) of the Public Procurement Act, it will be excluded from participation in the tendering procedure unless the applicant can provide sufficient evidence that it is reliable, cf. Section 138 of the Public Procurement Act.
— Part IV.B: The applicant must describe his economic and financial standing, see point III.1.2).
— Part IV.C: The applicant must describe his/her technical and professional ability, as specified in point III.1.3).
— Part V: The applicant must indicate whether the applicant meets the objective and non-discriminatory selection criteria set out in point II.2.9.
If the applicant is an association of companies (e.g. a consortium), each company in the consortium must fill in a separate ESPD.
Where the applicant relies on the economic and financial capacity and/or the technical and professional capacity of other entities, each supporting entity shall also complete a separate ESPD.
Where the same legal entity is part of or otherwise participates in several applications, applicants shall ensure that the participation of the same legal entity does not entail the possibility of mutually influencing the content of the different applications. The same applies if the same legal entity is part of or otherwise participates in several tenders.
Prior to the award decision, the development company City & Port I/S obtains documentation for information provided in the ESPD, cf. Sections 151-155 of the Public Procurement Act. The development company City & Port reserves the right to obtain the documentation at an earlier stage of the tendering process if the developer City & Port I/S considers it necessary to carry out the tender properly. Reference is also made to section 16 of the tender specifications.
All communication with the development company City & Port about the tender must be done via Ethics. Questions received within the timetable (see section 19 of the tender specifications) for questions relating to the tender documents will be answered. Questions received after the deadline for questions to the tender documentation will be answered to the extent possible at least 6 days before the closing date for tenders.
Interested parties are asked to keep abreast of the invitation to tender via Ethics. Should the candidate/tenderer encounter technical difficulties in using Ethics, the candidate/tenderer may contact Ethics Support by telephone + 45 7022 7007 from 09.00 to 16.00 on working days. If a technical problem is likely to affect more candidates/tenderers, information will be published via Ethics.
Under the Act on the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, etc., the following time limits shall apply for the submission of complaints:
Complaints that they have not been selected shall be submitted to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement within 20 calendar days, cf. Section 7 (1) of the Act, from the day following the day after notification to the candidates concerned of who has been selected, when the notification is accompanied by a justification for the decision in accordance with Section 2 (1) (1) of the Act and Section 171 (2) of the Public Procurement Act.
In other situations, complaints about tenders, cf. Section 7 (2) of the Act, must have been submitted to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement before:
(1) 45 calendar days after the contracting entity has published a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union. The period shall begin on the day following the day on which the notice is published.
(2) 30 calendar days with effect from the day following the day on which the contracting entity has informed the tenderers concerned that a contract based on a framework agreement with reopening of competition or a dynamic purchasing system has been concluded, provided that the notification gives reasons for the decision.
(3) 6 months after the contracting authority has concluded a framework agreement from the day following the day on which the contracting authority has informed the candidates and tenderers concerned, cf. Section 2 (2) of the Act and Section 171 (4) of the Public Procurement Act.