Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., (BMRCL) has invited sealed tenders through National Competitive Bidding (Single stage – Two Envelope System) from eligible, reputed and experienced Contractors (JV/Consortium Permitted) for the work of “Construction of Metro Rail Depot Structures, Site development works, internal roads & drainage works in Depot area at Anjanapura in Reach-4B line of Bangalore Metro Rail Project, Phase-2.”
- Tender No.: BMRCL/Phase-2/Reach-4B/Anjanapura Depot/2020/73
- Name of the Work: “Construction of Metro Rail Depot Structures, Site development works, internal roads & drainage works in Depot area at Anjanapura in Reach-4B line of Bangalore Metro Rail Project, Phase-2.”
- Period of completion of work: 20 Months
- Estimated Cost of work: INR 69.29 Crores
- Tender Security Amount: INR 69.29 Lakhs
- Date & time of submission of tender: From 18.11.2020 to 24.11.2020
- Date of opening of tender: 25.11.2020
Source of Funds: BMRCL is a Joint venture of Govt. of India and Govt. of Karnataka. This project is being executed under the aegis of Govt. of India and Govt. of Karnataka.
Instructions To Tenderers (IIT):
- The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited is a joint venture enterprise of Government of India and Government of Karnataka, entrusted with the responsibility of implementation of Bangalore Metro Rail project. The Phase-1 of the project which is already under operation consists of 42.3 km with 40 stations. The East West Corridor is for a length of 18.2 km and North South Corridor is for a length of 24.1 Km. The underground section, which is 8.80 km in length, has seven stations including the interchange station at Majestic.
- The Phase-2 of Bangalore Metro Rail Project consists of Four Extensions to the existing lines and Two New Lines with a total length of 72.095 km with 61 stations (49 Elevated and 12 Underground).
- This Tender is for “Construction of Metro Rail Depot Structures, Site development works, internal roads & drainage works in Depot area at Anjanapura in Reach-4B line of Bangalore Metro Rail Project, Phase-2.”
- Interested tenderers may submit the tender as a sole tenderer or in joint venture. The number of Members in a Joint Venture shall be restricted to maximum TWO. However, tenderer will not be permitted to tender as an individual firm and at the same time as part of any other group. All the members of the Joint Venture will be jointly and severally liable for the performance of whole Contract.
Eligible Tenderers (including all members in case of JV) are required to meet the criteria as provided in the succeeding paragraphs in order to qualify.
General Criteria: The General qualification criteria requirements are given below:
- In case of JV, the Lead member should have more than 50% participation in the JV and other member should have minimum participation of 10% individually, totaling up to 100%.
- A tenderer shall submit only one bid, either individually or as a member of a JV. A tenderer who submits or participates in more than one bid will cause all of the bids in which the tenderer has participated to be disqualified. No tenderer can be a subcontractor while submitting a bid individually or as a partner of a JV in the same bidding process. A firm or a Company, if acting in the capacity of subcontractor in any bid, may participate in more than one bid, but only in that capacity in the same bidding process.
- Tenderers shall not have a conflict of interest. Tenderers shall be considered to have a conflict of interest with one or more parties in this bidding process, if:
- A tenderer has been engaged by the Employer to provide consulting services for the preparations related to procurement for or implementation of this work.
- A tenderer has any associates/affiliates (inclusive of parent firms) engaged by the Employer to provide consulting services for the preparations related to procurement for or implementation of this work;
- A tenderer lends, or temporarily seconds its personnel to firms or organizations which are engaged in consulting services for the preparations related to procurement for or implementation of this work.
- As on date of submission of Tender, the tenderer or any member in case of JV should not be excluded as per the GROUNDS FOR EXCLUSION. The tenderer should submit an undertaking to this effect. GROUNDS FOR EXCLUSION: If the tenderers;
- are bankrupt, being wound up or ceasing their activities, are having their activities administered by the courts, have entered into receivership, or are in any analogous situation arising from any similar procedure;
- have been convicted within the past five years by a court decision, which has the force of residential jurisdiction in the country where the project is implemented, of fraud or corruption or any other offence committed during the procurement or performance of a contract, unless they provide supporting information together with their Statement of Integrity which shows that this conviction is not relevant in the context of this project;
- are listed for financial sanctions by the United Nations, the European Union and/or any other organization for the purposes of fight against terrorist financing or threat to international peace and security;
- have committed serious professional misconduct within the past five years during the Procurement or performance of a contract, as evidenced by any means by the Employer.
- have not fulfilled their obligations regarding the payment of social security contributions or taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of the country where they are established or the Employer ‘s country;
- are subject to an exclusion decision of the World Bank, since 30 May 2012, and are listed on the website http://www.worldbank.org/debarr, unless they provide supporting information together with their Statement of Integrity which shows that the exclusion is not relevant in the context of this project;
- have indulged in ‘Corrupt Practice’; “corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution.
- have indulged in ‘Fraudulent Practice’; “fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence an evaluation process or the execution of a contract, and includes collusive practices among bidders (prior to or after bid submission) designed to establish bid prices at artificial, non-competitive levels and to deprive the Employer of the benefits of free and open competitions.
- have been Black listed/debarred /banned business by any Central Govt./State Govt./PSUs
- have left/abandoned the work awarded incomplete on his own in the last 05 years.
Tenderers can download Tender document against online payment for Rs. 56,000/- (Rupees FiftySix thousand only) inclusive of GST, from BMRCL website www.bmrc.co.in during the sale period of tender documents.
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