EIB - Airport utilities study (baseline and optimization) for the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA)

Country: Jamaica
Language: EN
Number: 2059870
Publication date: 19-05-2017
Source: TED
Tags: Energy Construction

Description

The Airports Authority of Jamaica (AAJ), (hereinafter referred to as “the Borrower”) has received a loan from the European Investment Bank – EIB (hereinafter referred to as “the Bank”) – towards the cost of the Norman Manley International Airport Project for the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) and is the beneficiary of a subsidy which is being utilized to provide technical assistance and studies related to the planned privatization of the airport.

This International Invitation for Expression of Interest relates to:

AIRPORT UTILITIES STUDY (BASELINE AND OPTIMIZATION) FOR THE NORMAN MANLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PROJECT#: EIB/IRS-AAJ-A

SUMMARY SCOPE:

A comprehensive and thorough review of various utilities at NMIA to include Energy Management, Water, Waste Management and Indoor Air Quality, with a view to optimize efficiencies and to reduce operating expenses.

The consultant will provide:

Energy Management solutions which will: develop a road map for comprehensive energy management at NMIA, examine all energy (including renewable) sources and develop and analyze scenarios for future energy demand and supply structures to fit the energy efficiency model and will help to sensitize airport population to energy saving solutions.

Waste Management solutions that conform to the Environmental Management Program’s strategic goals and will: Undertake on-site surveys and assessments to provide baseline technical data (qualitative and quantitative) that may guide further improvements in respect of the collection, transfer, recycling and disposal of all four (4) major classes of waste i.e. International Waste (Class 1); Airport Waste (Class 2); Construction Waste (Class 3); and Hazardous Materials Waste (Class 4) at NMIA

Water Management solutions that will: aid in the completion of a Water System Audit that reviews existing water uses and network infrastructure; provide an overview of the water management systems of NMIA, assist the entity’s effort to develop a preservation and maintenance plan to mitigate against loss, water restrictions and sustained drought conditions which are potentially amplified by climate change conditions.

Indoor Air Quality review to: provide status on existing air quality, determine areas that may be negatively impacted by air quality matters, and the identifying the causal agents/factors, create an inventory of potential causal agents/sources, ascertain the extent of problems found, including an evaluation of health risks; develop a response plan and a continue monitoring plan.

This contract is expected to be implemented from 2017 DECEMBER, 4 to 2018 MAY, 30

(Respondents please note that scope and timeline may be extended during award. EOIs are being accepted through open international call and the Procuring Entity will shortlist firms being considered).

The criteria to be used in the evaluation of the Expression of Interest in decreasing order of importance are:

No. Criteria: Points:

1. Key professional staff qualifications and competence for the assignment: 40

2. Experience of the Consultants relevant to the assignment: 30

3. Financial: 30

TOTAL POINTS: 100

The EOI application may be downloaded from the website of the Airports Authority of Jamaica i.e. http://www.nmia.aero/tender

EOI Start Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017; 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST

EOI Closure Date & Time: Tuesday, June 13, 2017; 3:00 p.m. EST

Opening of EOIs: Tuesday, June 13, 2017; 3:15 p.m. EST

All EOIs must be delivered in closed envelopes bearing the mention:

“AIRPORT UTILITIES STUDY (BASELINE AND OPTIMIZATION) FOR THE NORMAN MANLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT”

at the following address:

Airports Authority of Jamaica, Norman Manley International Airport, Palisadoes, Kingston, Jamaica.

A tender box will be located inside the AAJ/NMIAL Administration Building