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Consultancy Services : Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project(RRSP)




Project ID No.

RRSP/CS3-RRD3-1/2016-11

Project Name:

Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project(RRSP)


Country:

Serbia

Description:

Preparation of Main Design for Heavy Maintenance (Road rehabilitation-Upgrading) of the State Roads IB 13, IB21 AND IB22

Funding agency:

World Bank

Last date of bid submission:

10 November 2016

Address for expression of interest:

Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

Attn. Gordana Suboticki-Djordjevic, dipl-ing (C.E.)

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 282

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

e-mail: gordana.suboticki-djordjevic@putevi-srbije.rs

Preparation of Main Design for Heavy Maintenance (Road rehabilitation-Upgrading) of the State Roads IB 13, IB21 AND IB22:

LOT 1: IB 13, SECTION:ZRENJANIN (ECKA) - ECKA, L= 8.620 KM

LOT 2: IB 21, SECTION: KOSJERIC (VARDA) - POZEGA, L= 22.135KM

LOT 3: IB 21, SECTION:IVANJICA - SJENICA, L= 23.036 KM



LOT 4: IB 22, SECTION: RASKA (K. MITROVICA) - NOVI PAZAR (BANJA), L= 17.974 KM

Contract ID No. RRSP/CS3-RRD3-1/2016-11

The Republic of Serbia has received financing from the World Bank and European Investment Bank toward the cost of the Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project (the Project) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.

 The objective of the consulting services ("the Services) is preparation of the technical documents in form of main design for heavy maintenance (road rehabilitation-upgrading) of the state roads IB 13, IB 21 and IB 22, separately for the following sections

Lot 1: IB 13, Section: Zrenjanin(Ecka) - Ecka, L= 8.620km

Lot 2: IB 21, Section: Kosjeric (Varda) - Pozega, L= 22.135 km

Lot 3: IB21, Section: Ivanjica -Sjenica, L= 23.036 km

Lot 4: IB 22, Section: Raska (K. Mitrovica) - Novi Pazar (Banja), L= 17.974 km

which would result in: an increase of usability, safety, value and durability of road. The design will be required to consider the requirements of local community (social aspect) and shall be in full compliance with the requirements of the Resettlement Policy Framework and the Environmental Management Framework, which have been previously developed for the project.

The requirements for the services are fully identified in the Terms of References for above mentioned Lot 1, Lot 2, Lot 3 and Lot 4 sections, which will be provided to short-listed firms, but will in general include all activities for preparation of main designs for each lot separately including provision of documents, data, evidences, investigations, surveys, etc. in accordance with road rehabilitation requirements (geometry, pavement, structures, drainage, road safety, road furniture etc.) and regulations of the Republic of Serbia. Deliverables under the Services will include, but not be limited to, provision of the design drawings, Bills of Quantity, Technical Specifications, EMP and RAP for each lot separately. 

Planned duration of the Services in total forall Lots is 9 months.

The Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia (the Client) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: company profile, adequacy for the assignment and experience in performance of services of similar nature and under similar conditions (relevant references).

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: Neither consultants (including their personnel and sub-consultants), nor any affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm, shall be hired for any assignment that, by its nature, may be in conflict with another assignment of the consultants.

Therefore, please pay attention to the fact that the assignments resulting from the Services subject to procurement would be in direct conflict of interest with obligations and activities related to the following services:

-       Technical control of main designs for heavy road maintenance (road rehabilitation-upgrading) for the sections from the third year of Project implementation;        

-        Road safety audit of main designs for heavy road maintenance (road rehabilitation-upgrading) for the sections from the third year of Project implementation;       

-           Supervision of rehabilitation works including environmental and social safeguard monitoring on RS/WB/EIB sections under RRSP.    

Additionally, due to nature and contents of the Project, the subject Services are also in conflict with the following consulting services for which the procurement process has started or will be started in the forthcoming period:

-         Project Performance Monitoring.      

Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture ora sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.

A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the QCBS (Quality Cost Based Selection) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.

Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours from 10:00 to 12:00 (local time).

 

Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

19a, Vlajkoviceva St.

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Contact Person:



Mr. NikolaVeselinovic, dipl-ing (Org.Sc.), Procurement Specialist

tel.: +381 113398 437

fax:  +381 11 3398 443

e-mail: nixona16@gmail.com

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form in English language to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 14:00 o'clock (local time) on November 10, 2016. Please indicate on the cover page of the Expression of Interest and on the envelope (in case of submission by mail or in person) the full title of the Services.
Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

Attn. Gordana Suboticki-Djordjevic, dipl-ing (C.E.)

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 282

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

e-mail: gordana.suboticki-djordjevic@putevi-srbije.rs

Preparation of Main Design for Heavy Maintenance (Road rehabilitation-Upgrading) Of The State Roads Ia1 Andia3



Project Name:

Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project(RRSP)


Country:

Serbia

Description:

Preparation of Main Design for Heavy Maintenance (Road rehabilitation-Upgrading) Of The State Roads Ia1 Andia3

Funding agency:

World Bank

Last date of bid submission:

10 November 2016

Address for expression of interest:

Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

Attn. Gordana Suboticki-Djordjevic, dipl-ing (C.E.)

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 282

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

e-mail: gordana.suboticki-djordjevic@putevi-srbije.rs




Preparation of Main Design for Heavy Maintenance (Road rehabilitation-Upgrading) Of The State Roads Ia1 Andia3:

LOT 1: IA1, SECTION: RAZANJ 1 - PARACIN 1, L=24.781 KM

LOT 2: IA1, SECTION: ALEKSINAC 1 - RAZANJ 1, L=23.645 KM

LOT 3: IA3, SECTION: SREMSKA MITROVICA - RUMA 1, L=13.750KM

LOT4: IA3, SECTION: RUMA 1 - PECINCI 1, L=12.990KM

Contract ID No. RRSP/CS3-RRD3-2/2016-12separately for the following sections:

Lot 1: IA1, Section: Razanj 1- Paracin 1, L=24.781km

Lot 2: IA1, Section: Aleksinac 1 - Razanj 1,L=23.645 km

Lot 3: IA3, Section: Sremska Mitrovica - Ruma 1, L=13.750 km

which would result in: an increase of usability, safety, value and durability of road. The design will be required to consider the requirements of local community (social aspect) and shall be in full compliance with the requirements of the Resettlement Policy Framework and the Environmental Management Framework, which have been previously developed for the project.

The requirements for the services are fully identified in the Terms of References for above mentioned Lot 1, Lot 2, Lot 3 and Lot 4 sections, which will be provided to short-listed firms, but will in general include all activities for preparation of main designs for each lot separately including provision of documents, data, evidences, investigations, surveys, etc. in accordance with road rehabilitation requirements (geometry, pavement, structures, drainage, road safety, road furniture etc.) and regulations of the Republic of Serbia. Deliverables under the Services will include, but not be limited to, provision of the design drawings, Bills of Quantity, Technical Specifications, EMP and RAP for each lot separately.

Planned duration of the Services in total for all Lots is 9 months.

The Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia (the Client) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: company profile, adequacy for the assignment and experience in performance of services of similar nature and under similar conditions (relevant references).

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: Neither consultants (including their personnel and sub-consultants), nor any affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm, shall be hired for any assignment that, by its nature, may be in conflict with another assignment of the consultants.

Therefore, please pay attention to the fact that the assignments resulting from the Services subject to procurement would be in direct conflict of interest with obligations and activities related to the following services:

-           Technical control of main designs for heavy road maintenance (road rehabilitation-upgrading) for the sections from the third year of Project implementation;    

-            Road safety audit of main designs for heavy road maintenance (road rehabilitation-upgrading) for the sections from the third year of Project implementation;   

-             Supervision of rehabilitation works including environmental and social safeguard monitoring on EBRD sections under RRSP  

 

Additionally, due to nature and contents of the Project, the subject Services are also in conflict with the following consulting services for which the procurement process has started or will be started in the forthcoming period:



-              Project Performance Monitoring. 

 Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.

 A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the QCBS (Quality Cost Based Selection) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.

 Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours from 10:00 to 12:00 (local time).

 

Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

19a, Vlajkoviceva St.

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Contact Person:



Ms. Milena Vuksanovic Petrovic, M.Ltt., Procurement Specialist

tel.: +381 11 3398438

fax: +381 11 3398 443

e-mail: milena.vuksanovic@putevi-srbije.rs

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form in English language to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 14:00 o'clock (local time) on November 10, 2016. Please indicate on the cover page of the Expression of Interest and on the envelope (in case of submission by mail or in person) the full title of the Services.

 

Public Enterprise "Roads of Serbia"

Attn. Gordana Suboticki-Djordjevic, dipl-ing (C.E.)

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 282

11000 Belgrade, Serbia

e-mail: gordana.suboticki-djordjevic@putevi-srbije.rs



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ADB to Provide India $500 Million for Solar Rooftop Systems


News Release | 4 October 2016

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is set to provide $500 million in financing for rooftop solar systems that will help the Indian government expand energy access using renewable energy. 

ADB will provide the financing to Punjab National Bank - one of India’s largest commercial banks - which will use the ADB funds to make loans to various developers and end users throughout India to install rooftop solar systems. 

"There is huge potential for India to expand its use of solar rooftop technologies because of the sharp drop in the price of solar panels, meaning the cost of producing solar energy is at or close to that from fossil fuels," said Anqian Huang, finance specialist in ADB's South Asia Department. "Sourcing more solar energy will also help India meet the carbon emissions reduction target that it has committed to as part of the recent global climate change agreement."

The financing comprises $330 million from ADB and $170 million from the multi-donor Clean Technology Fund administered by ADB. This funding should mean that 11 million fewer tons of greenhouse gases are emitted over the typical 25-year lifetime of solar rooftop systems.

Combined with an additional $300 million in subproject equity investment and $200 million in loans from commercial banks and other financiers, the entire cost of the Solar Rooftop Investment Program is $1 billion. 

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To support efforts by India and other Asian developing member countries to meet their targets, ADB has also committed to doubling its annual financing for climate mitigation and adaptation to $6 billion by 2020. 

The solar rooftop market is still at an early stage of development in India and awareness of the latest technologies and the financial benefits is low. Banks see lending to such projects as risky, in part because they have limited past experiences. In this context, an additional $5 million technical assistance from the multi-donor Clean Technology Fund, administered by ADB, will be used to provide training, promote market development, and raise market awareness. 



Malaysia firm wins contracts worth $215M

 WCN EDITORIAL TEAM 4 OCT 2016

Malaysia-based energy services firm Sapura Kencana Petroleum has secured new contracts with a combined value of about MYR889M ($215M).

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Under the contract, the consortium will be responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning of 11 pipeline systems and associated topside modifications in B127 and surrounding Mumbai High fields. The contract has tenure of 20 months.

Sapura Kencana Drilling Asia has secured an order from Brunei Shell Petroleum for the provision of its Tender Assist Drilling Rig SKD Pelaut. The contract has tenure of two years with options to extend it for an additional two years.

Sapura Kencana Subsea Services has secured a contract from Petronas Carigali (PCSB) to provide underwater maintenance services for Sepat MOPU.

Under the contract, the company will be responsible for the inspection, maintenance, repairs, drilling support and other work for PCSB’s underwater facilities. The contract is for a period of about two months.



L&T construction unit wins contracts worth $307M

 WCN EDITORIAL TEAM 3 OCT 2016

Larsen & Toubro’s construction arm has secured contracts worth INR20.46bn ($307M) across various business segments.

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The heavy civil infrastructure business has been awarded a INR6.75bn ($101M) order for the construction of elevated viaducts and stations.

The building and factories business has also won a INR4.34bn ($65M) residential project. The scope of the work will include engineering, procurement and construction of three towers, with two levels of common basement and other ancillary facilities.

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ADB to Fund Millions of Energy-Efficient LED Lights, Pumps across India


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MANILA, PHILIPPINES — A new $200 million Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan will finance installation of millions of energy-efficient lights in streets and homes and energy-efficient water pumps in farms across India, leading to energy savings of around 3,800 gigawatt-hours per year, equivalent to the annual output of two 300-megawatt coal-fired power stations. 

"Energy efficiency is by far the least costly option to ensure or expand energy access while still cutting deadly greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants," said Hun Kim, Director General of ADB's South Asia Regional Department. "With India one of the world's largest and fastest-growing economies, getting the country firmly on a path of low-carbon growth will have an impact not only at home but for the rest of the world too."

ADB will provide the funds to Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. (EESL), a joint venture between four public sector bodies - the National Thermal Power Corporation, Powergrid Corporation of India, Power Finance Corporation, and Rural Electrification Corporation - established in 2009. EESL will use the ADB funds, alongside another $200 million of its own, to finance energy service activities, which often have trouble accessing commercial finance for energy-saving projects.

EESL will make loans available for installing light-emitting diode (LED) municipal streetlights, energy-efficient domestic lights and fans, and energy-efficient agriculture water pumps. The entire $400 million project will install 1.5 million LED street lamps, 42 million LED household lamps, ceiling fans and LED tube lights, and 225,000 new pumps. Lending will be made available in Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Uttar Pradesh, as well as other states going forward. 

ADB hopes the success of these subprojects will attract more investment into energy efficiency. EESL has an ambitious longer-term target of installing 4.5 million streetlights, 700 million LED bulbs, and 6 million energy-efficient pumps by 2020 that would require investment of more than $12 billion. 

Under the recently agreed Paris climate agreement, India has committed to cutting the energy intensity of its economy by 33% from 2005 levels by 2030. A recent ADB study estimated that achieving an intermediate reduction of at least 20% by 2020 would require investing about $68 billion in energy efficiency measures in India alone. 

The Indian government's National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency has already launched several initiatives  to enhance energy efficiency in energy intensive businesses and hopes to unlock the market for energy efficiency projects that is estimated at more than $11 billion or Rs740 billion. Using more LED lights and fans in homes and institutions will mean energy savings of 80%, LED streetlights bring savings of 50%, and efficient water pumps will save 30% of energy.  



ADB has also committed to doubling its annual financing for climate change mitigation and adaptation in the region to $6 billion by 2020.



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