Denmark-Fredericia: Wastewater treatment plant construction work
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
National registration number: 34 89 00 21
Postal address: Kraftværksvej 53
NUTS code: DK032 Sydjylland
Postal code: 7000
Contact person: Christian Østby-Svanholm
Telephone: +45 29246106
Main address: www.orsted.dk
Address of the buyer profile: www.orsted.dk
Section II: Object
Permanent MBBR Project
This tender concerns the procurement of/
(a) an EPC Turnkey delivery of a wastewater treatment plant with a biological treatment step based on MBBR technology for Danish Oil Pipe A/S’ Oil Terminal in Fredericia, Denmark; and
(b) an O&M Contract for operation and maintenance of the delivered MBBR Plant. Both contracts are awarded combined as one lot (the reasoning for this is described in the Tender Conditions). The estimated value below in section II.1.5) is based on the expected costs of the EPC Turnkey wastewater treatment plant followed by four (4) years of full operation and maintenance of the plant. The calculation of four (4) years of full operation is applied, cf. the Danish Public Procurement Act, Section 38.
Danish Oil Pipe A/S (‘DOP’) owns a crude oil transportation system, which includes the off-shore tie-in platform Gorm ‘E’, 330 km pipeline across the peninsula of Jutland to crude storage and export facilities adjacent to the Shell Refinery in Fredericia, Denmark.
At the offshore production platform formation water is separated from the crude. However, not all the water can be separated here, and a small proportion follows the crude oil and is separated at the oil terminal. DOP has decided to purchase a wastewater treatment plant in order to further treat the wastewater from the existing Lurgi wastewater treatment plant. The new wastewater treatment plant (‘the new MBBR Treatment Plant’) must include a biological treatment step based on MBBR technology, but may also include pre- and/or post-treatment plants according to tenderers proposed design in order to meet specified requirements from authorities for the cleaned water.
This tender concerns the procurement of:
(a) an EPC Turnkey delivery of the new MBBR Treatment Plant for DOP’s Oil Terminal in Fredericia, Denmark; and
(b) an O&M Contract for operation and maintenance of the delivered MBBR Treatment Plant. Both contracts are awarded combined as one lot.
The contractor shall design, execute and complete and later operate and maintain the new MBBR Treatment Plant, which can treat formation water from the existing Lurgi treatment plant allowing wastewater from the combined treatment to be discharged to public sewer. The local wastewater utility company, Fredericia Spildevand, has laid down discharge requirements which the discharged wastewater shall always comply with. Please see Tender Documents for details. The design parameters of the new MBBR Treatment Plant is an inlet flow of 700 m3/day.
The new MBBR Treatment Plant shall be designed with focus on the removal of COD, of which a large part is likely to be hard degradable, and with wastewater of high salinity.
The EPC Contract is based on the FIDIC 1999 Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build (Yellow Book), First edition, adapted to Ørsted, Danish Oil Pipe A/S’ standards – applicable to Danish Law — June 2018. The O&M Contract is based on Ørsted, Danish Oil Pipe A/S’ Conditions of Contract.
The anticipated progress of the negotiation procedure is as follows:
1) All pre-qualified tenderers are invited to submit a preliminary offer with a draft design, budgetary price, and possible reservations to the tender material. The preliminary offer will be the basis of the first negotiation round.
2) All pre-qualified tenderers are invited to submit a revised offer. Thus, all Tenderers will have the opportunity to submit a first offer and a revised offer and to participate in at least one round of negotiations. The revised tender will be considered the Tenderer's BAFO, unless the contracting entity decides that one or more additional round(s) of negotiations with all Tenderers are necessary.
3) If the contracting entity considers it necessary, it may call for one or more additional rounds of negotiations. The contracting entity reserves the right to nominate a short list of tenderers for the additional negotiations. Accordingly, not all tenderers will necessarily be invited to participate in the additional negotiations.
For further information about the negotiation procedure please see the Tender Conditions.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Permanent MBBR Project
National registration number: 14451234
Postal address: Sletvej 2E
NUTS code: DK04 Midtjylland
Postal code: 8310
National registration number: 1256 2233
Postal address: Lystrupvej 50
NUTS code: DK04 Midtjylland
Postal code: 8240
Section VI: Complementary information
In accordance with law no. 593, dated 02/06/2016, complaints about the award of a contract must be filled with the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement (Klagenævnet for Udbud) within 45 (fourty-five) calendar days from the day after the contracting entity has published an award notice of the contract in TED. The deadline is counted from the day after the publishing, cf. § 7, subs. 2 in the law mentioned above.