FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

 

ADAMAWA STATE SECOND RURAL ACCESS AND MOBILITY PROJECT (RAMP-2)

 CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE DETAILED ENGINEERING DESIGN, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT, PROCUREMENT SUPPORT, AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION OF RURAL ROADS IN ADAMAWA STATE.

 

Contract No : ADRAMP-2/CONSULT/QCBS/2017

Duration :Thirty Four (34) Months

Method of Selection :  QCBS

Project ID :P095003

CREDIT NO: 51540

 

Scope of Contract:

The objectives of the Services are to enable the SPIU to procure civil works contracts and for the Consultant to perform the design and other duties and to act as the Engineer under the construction contracts. To this end the Consultant shall prepare detailed engineering design, environmental and social safeguards instruments, and bidding documents for the various works lots. In particular the Consultant shall:

§  Inspect, survey and review the existing condition and design of the given roads (including all the structures and river crossings etc.) and report on any issues, deficiencies, or improvements that, in the opinion of the Consultant, need to be addressed in the rehabilitation to ensure a successful completion of the project.

§  Prepare the detailed engineering design of the civil works to include geotechnical and topographical surveys, and the identification of all land-take and all utilities affected by the scheme.

§  Carry out the environmental and social impact assessment, including the preparation of the Environmental and Social Management Plans and the Resettlement Action Plans, when necessary, in accordance with World Bank safeguards policies for Category B projects.

§  Prepare the complete Bidding Documents, based upon Nigeria Standard Biding Document for the Procurement of Works, dated May 2011. The Bidding Documents shall include technical specifications, the engineering drawings and bills of quantities.

§  Support the SPIU in managing the procurement process including the arrangement of site visits and the preparation of tender clarifications, the evaluation of tenders, pre-contract clarifications, and the preparation of final civil works contract documents.

Subject to acceptable performance of the above activities:

§  Act as the Engineer under the contracts; supervise the Works including the defects liability period (DLP), approve the contractor’s workmanship, materials, and equipment; ensure proper accounting and recording of the progress of the Works and process interim and final payments to the contractors; ensure that civil works are planned orderly and completed on schedule; and provide training in contract management and site supervision to selected SPIU staff.

Subject to approval by the SPIU:

§  Carry out supervision of community-based routine road maintenance and mechanized maintenance being contracted out separately for 3 years initially (first year falling within the 12-month Defects Liability Period.) These supervision services will rely on a skeleton staff only sufficient for quality control and issuance of work orders for light grading or motorized graders or for emergency works and approval of payment certificates.

Minimum Qualifying Technical Score:

70 Points

 

Consultants’ Names

BEZA CONSULTING ENGINEERS PLC, ETHIOPIA

AIC PROGETTI SPA IN ASSOCIATION WITH AMANA CONSORTIUM

AARVEE ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS ENHINEERS AND CONSULTANT PVT. LTD

ENVIPLAN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED/EHIOPIA CONSTRUCTION/

PARKMAN NIGERIA/GRID DESIGN  ASSOCIATION LTD

SOBEK ENGINEERING (PTY) LTD452 ONTDEKKER RAOD, FLORIDA PARK GWUTENG,

City/Country

Ethiopia

Italy

India

Nigeria

South Africa

Status:

Evaluated Consultant/Firm

Evaluated Consultant/Firm

Evaluated Consultant/Firm

Awarded Consultant/Firm

Evaluated Consultant/Firm

 

   

 

   

Technical Score

84.74

80.82

81.05

77.82

76.43

Weighted Technical Score

67.79

65.46

64.84

62.26

61.14

Financial Score

12.27

12.28

13.05

20

8.49

Combined Score

80.06

77.74

77.89

82.26

69.63

Criteria

(score)

(score)

(score)

(score)

(score)

Experience

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

Adequacy of Proposed Methodology

16.88

15.16

15.94

11.20

15.20

Key Experts qualifications and competence for the assignment.

52.86

48.76

48.11

49.78

49.23

Transfer of Knowledge

5.00

2.90

2.00

1.84

2.00

Participation by Nationals among key staff

0.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

0.00

Total

84.74

81.82

81.05

77.82

76.43

Price as read out

USD$718,600.00

€ (Euro ) 510,250.00

N389,264,050.00

USD$1,477,572

NGN95,810,705

USD$912,000.00

NGN78,438,000.00

NGN842,004,000

Final Evaluation Price

USD$1,905,400.00

€ (Euro ) 510,250.00

NGN389,264,050.00

USD$1,477,572

NGN95,810,705

USD$912,000.00

NGN78,438,000.00

NGN842,004,000

Final Negotiated Price

NA

NA

NA

USD$711,000.00

NGN149,606,652.90

NA

           

 

      Rank

 

2nd

 

3rd

 

4th

 

1st

 

5th

Debriefing: Any Consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its Proposal was not selected, should request an explanation in writing from the State Project Coordinator, State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) Adamawa State Rural Access and Mobility Project, No. 34 SIR KASHIM IBRAHIM WAY,JEMITA/YOLA, Adamawa State

 

**The requesting Consultant shall bear all the costs of attending to such a debriefing.