Tender Details Request for Competing Proposals for the Construction of the Chingola to Solwezi Dual Carriageway on a Public - Private Partnership Basis
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*Please see details change* The Road Development Agency (RDA) was established by the Public Roads Act No.12 of 2002 as a body Corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal, capable of suing and of being sued in its corporate name, and with power, subject to the provisions of this Act, to do all such acts and things as a body corporate may by law do or perform. RDA has received an unsolicited proposal for the Construction of the Chingola to Solwezi Dual Carriage Way Road Project through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and wishes to embark on the development and commercialization of this road through a partnership with the private sector. RDA hereby invites private investors and/or consortia to submit competing proposals pursuant to sub-section 42(6) of the PPP Act No. 14 of 2009. The general nature of the unsolicited proposal, identifies the possibility of a build and transfer of the Chingola to Solwezi Dual Carriage Way Road Project. RDA however is desirous to extend the project to Mutanda with the successful concessionaire. RDA therefore, intends to enter into a PPP agreement to undertake the aforementioned project. Bidders may propose a suitable model for the project.
*26 May 2017 at 14:30 (Local Time)
Deposit Details: USD. 35,000.00 (Non-refundable)
This notice therefore solicits for financially and technically competent prospective concessionaires to submit competing proposals to undertake the Construction of the Chingola to Solwezi Dual Carriage Way Road Project. The concessionaire should propose a suitably qualified team and experienced financier to undertake the project depending on the model proposed. Bidders shall demonstrate technical capability, economic proficiency and commercial capacity to finance or to secure financing for the investments required under such a project. Pursuant to the PPP Act, proposals shall be evaluated on the following criteria: a) Novel methods, approaches or concepts demonstrated by the proposal; b) Scientific, technical, or socio-economic merits of the proposal; c) Potential contribution of the proposal to RDA’s mission; d) Capabilities, related experience, facilities, or techniques of the Bidder or unique combinations of these qualities that are integral factors for achieving the proposal objectives; e) Qualifications, capabilities and experience of the proposed team leader or key personnel, who are critical to achieving the proposal objectives; and f) How the proposal benefits the general public. The Bidder should submit a power of attorney, authorising the signatory of the proposals to commit the Bidder. In the case of a consortium, the members should submit a power of attorney in favour of the lead member. Where the Bidder is a single entity, it may be required to form an appropriate special purpose vehicle, incorporated as a company limited by shares, with the Patents and Companies Registration Agency of Zambia to execute the agreement and implement the project. Proposals comprising one original and three copies and proof of payment of a non-refundable fee in cash or bank certified cheque, should be submitted in sealed envelopes, clearly marked "Proposal for Public-Private Partnerships for Construction to Dual Carriageway of Chingola to Mutanda Via Solwezi Dual Carriageway Road Project (205 km)" , addressed to the Director Procurement, Road Development Agency. Any submission received later than the time and date indicated shall not be considered.
|Delivery Point: Deliver to: Tender Box Outside the Conference Room Road Development Agency, Plot 33 Corner of Government & Fairley Roads, Lusaka, Zambia.||Contract Details: No Details.|
|Financing Institution: No Details.||Language: English|
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