Tender: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) Engineering Services for LGCS in Libya
Company name: DAI Global
Category name: Other /
Tender type: Free
Close Date: 2020-03-18
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) Engineering Services for LGCS in Libya
DAI is issuing this Expression of Interest (EOI) for Libya Local Governance and Civil Society (LGCS).
The Libya Local Governance and Civil Society (LGCS) Program, locally known as the Taqarib Project, is a 4-year activity that aims to strengthen the foundations for a more unified Libyan state. To do this, Taqarib will empower local governments, reinforce community bonds, promote citizen engagement in public dialogue, and prioritize public resources allocations. The program will also link enhancement to service delivery at the municipal level with rational efforts to improve the execution of decentralization policy and to further evidence- based reforms. LGCS will work with approximately 30 municipalities across Libya.
This document presents the requirements that interested vendors must provide to be invited to submit in the next 12 months their technical/cost proposals for procurement opportunities anticipated by DAI. Pre-qualified vendors may be invited to respond to a solicitation, and/or multiple solicitations.
Vendors must be licensed and legally organized businesses, organizations, or firms. Individual consultants will not be considered for this EOI.
The purpose of this Expression of Interest (EOI) is to pre-qualify specialized vendors who have experience providing goods or services in the engineering Services as in the below scope of work.
RESPONSE SUBMISSION DEADLINE AND COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
The deadline for responding to this EOI is March 30, 2020, 2PM Libya time. Responses received after the deadline will not be reviewed and will be discarded by DAI, subject to the discretion of the project’s management. Responses may be emailed to [email protected]. Please address the subject of the email, or on the sealed envelope “Expression of Interest – Engineering Services for LGCS in Libya”
DAI will only respond to written questions regarding this EOI through the email address: [email protected] and any questions must be submitted by March 18, 2020.
All information provided by vendors in response to this EOI will be treated confidentially. DAI will not use the information in any other context or setting and we will not reveal details to other parties.
SCOPE OF WORK
Engineering Services A. Design Services
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Engineering assistance with the design of unique municipal service delivery restoration projects including barrier restoration, land stability, facility restoration, park and market creation, hydrologic and hydraulic restoration, shoreline protection, storm drain and streetlight and local road repair.
Utilization of hydraulic, morphological and hydrodynamic models to predict coastal, riverine and estuarine processes including, but not limited to, flow, circulation, wave climate, sediment transport and tidal influence.
Review and development of construction cost estimates and technical reports.
Preparation of construction documents including plans, specifications and bid packages.
Interfacing with all engineering and scientific disciplines.
B. Hydraulics and Hydrology
• Analyze and design a wide array of structures including weirs, culverts, water control structures, inlet and conveyance channels, parks, local roads, street lights and markets and pump stations.
• Analyze and design a wide array of reconstruction, flood, and public facility protection structures including construction, reconstruction, maintenance and breakwaters, service delivery and outfall structures, weirs, flap gated culverts and structural foundations. Designs could consist of structural steel, concrete, timber, fiberglass and soil.
Geotechnical field investigations including both shallow and deep soil borings.
Geotechnical laboratory testing and analysis.
Preparation of soil boring logs.
Geotechnical analysis and design based on data collected or data furnished by the Taqarib
Project Objective 1 team for construction related engineering services.
E. Surveying Services
Topographic, bathymetric, property, boundary and servitude surveying.
Develop right-of-way or servitude maps and provide other site data.
3D-laser scanning, magnetometer surveys, and underwater acoustical imaging including
both multi-beam and side scan hydrographic surveys.
Construction related surveying services.
F. Environmental Services
Permits from the local municipalities.
Wetland permits (404 and Nationwide).
Section 10 permits from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Water Quality Certification.
Ministry of Environmental Quality.
Any and all permits and licenses required.
G. Inspection Services
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Provide personnel and equipment to perform construction administration, monitoring and inspection services on a wide variety of projects. Duties may include, but are not limited to:
Contractor supervision and representation of owner
Resident inspection in remote locations
Review of daily work logs
Verification of pay requests
Verification of delivery of goods, materials and supplies
H. Project Management
Provide oversight and guidance and reporting services as required by projects funded by USAID (United States Agency for International Development), including but not limited to:
General engineering and hydraulic studies
Analysis of GIS and other data sets
Technical document development and review
Report preparation and presentation
Preparation of construction documents including plans, specifications and bid packages, and estimates of probable cost
DAI will not reimburse respondents for the costs incurred with preparing a response, nor does issuance of this EOI obligate DAI to award a subcontract or purchase order. If a Vendor is found to have made false or misleading claims or statements, obtains confidential information, or receives improper assistance, DAI reserves the right to reject an EOI submitted by or on behalf of a vendor.
CLARIFICATION OF SUBMISSIONS
DAI may require a respondent to submit additional information in order to better judge a response.
FACTORS FOR CONSIDERATION
Responders are expected to write an explanation about how they can address each of these areas of interest by DAI, which will be used as a way to determine if Vendors shall be pre- qualified.
Confirmation of ability to provide one or more of services described above.
The vendor is registered and licensed in the host country to perform the work outlined
The vendor can prove they have the necessary financial resources to perform the
Illustrative CVs of individuals on staff, or available to the vendor, who can perform
the scope of work.
Three past performance descriptions illustrating relevant experience delivering the
10 years of experience as a firm in the Middle East or North Africa providing services
to municipal governments provincial governments or national ministries. Experience
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in working with donor funded projects such as USAID, DFID, World Bank or others
is highly desirable.
At least 5 references from municipal governments in the Middle East or North Africa
that can address prior successful services in the delivery of municipal engineering
iv. Experience engineering, designing, inspection and consultation in conflict and
post conflict countries is highly desirable.
Vendors must complete their responses, in English, following the specifications outlined below. The response format consists of three sections
Section 1: Vendor Information
Section Description Number
Vendor Information: Company Name, Address and Phone Number, Form of Incorporation (corporation, partnership, NGO, etc.), Number in Years in Business, Number of Employees (full and part-time), Name of Managing Director, History of organization.
Section 2: Factors for Consideration
2.0 Responses to each of the factors for consideration stated above
Section 3 Client Reference:
Upon receipt and review of proposals, DAI will notify successful vendors, if any, who have been selected for pre-qualification.