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  Tender Documents of Coal Fired Thermal Power Station

  by 250 MW + 10% (3rd Unit)

  Part A

  VOLUME 1 OF 1

  INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS GENERAL CONDITIONS & SPECIAL CONDITIONS

  BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD

  Extension of Barapukuria Coal Fired Thermal Power Station by 250 MW + 10% (3rd Unit)

  INVITATION FOR INTERNATIONAL TENDERS

  1. Ministry / Division Ministry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources / Power Division.

  2. Procuring Entity Name Power Development Board (BPDB).

  3. Invitation for Tender for Engineering, Design, Manufacturing, Inspection, Supply, Installation, Erection, Testing & Commissioning of Barapukuria 250 MW + 10% (3rd Unit) Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant on turnkey basis.

  4. Procurement Method Open Tendering method. The Tenderers shall submit the Technical and Financial proposal in two separate envelopes in accordance with the requirements of the Tender documents.

  5. Source of Fund Tenderer’s Financing

  6. Invitation for Tenders Ref. & Date Memo no. 3559 -BPDB (Sectt)/Dev-108/85 date : 26 /12/2011

  7. Date of start of selling of Tender document 27.12.2011

  8. Tender Name Extension of Barapukuria Coal Fired Thermal Power Station by 250 MW + 10% (3rd Unit).

  9. Time for Completion of Commissioning from the effective date of contract 1095 days.

  10. Eligibility of Tenderers (A) The Tenderer himself/ member(s) of JVCA shall have the experience of supply, erection, installation, testing and commissioning on Turnkey basis of minimum 2(two) Power Plant Project having minimum 100 MW capacity (single unit) during last

  15 (fifteen) years. One of these projects have to be Coal fired thermal power plant and one of these projects have to be outside the tenderers country; or (B) The Tenderer himself/ lead partner of JVCA shall have the experience of supply, erection, installation, testing and commissioning on Turnkey basis of Power Plants having total capacity not less than 3000 MW in Tenderer’s country during last 15 (fifteen) years. Those power plants should have been in continuous commercial operation for minimum two (2) years. Enduser Certificates having two years satisfactory performance in this regard to be submitted.

  11. Price of Tender Document Tk. 10,000.00 (Tk. Ten thousand) only payable in the form of Pay order / Demand draft in favour of the Director, Purchase, BPDB, Dhaka for each set of tender document.

  12. Amount of Tender Security US$ 3.0 (three) million in the form of an irrevocable and unconditional bank guarantee issued by any scheduled Bank of Bangladesh or by a Foreign Bank duly endorsed by a scheduled Bank in Bangladesh payable in favour of the Secretary, BPDB.

  13. Validity of Tender and Tender Security 180 (One hundred eighty) days and 208 (Two hundred and eight) days respectively from the date of opening of tender.

  14. Name and address of the Office for selling the tender document Director of Purchase, Bangladesh Power Development Board, WAPDA Building (9th floor), Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000.

  15. Name and address of the Office for receiving and opening of tender Secretary Bangladesh Power Development Board WAPDA Building (1st floor), Motijheel Commercial area, Dhaka-1000.

  16. Last Date and Time for selling the Tender document Date: 27.03.2012 Time: 17:00 hours (BST)

  17. Last Date and Time for submission of Tenders Date: 28.03.2012 Time: 11:00 hours (BST)

  18. Date and Time for opening of Tenders The tenders shall be opened at 11:30 hours (BST), Date: 28.03.2012. Tenderers and thier authorized representative are allowed to attend.

  19. Place & date of Pre-Tender Meeting “BIJOY HALL”/ “MUKTI HALL” Biddut Bhavan. (14th Floor) 1 Abdul Gani Road, Dhaka-1000 Date 15.02.2012 , Time: 11:00 hours (BST)

  20. Special Instructions Tender Documents will be posted in the BPDB website : http://www.bpdb.gov.bd The Procuring Entity reserves the right to accept any or reject any/ all Tenders prior to acceptance without assigning any reason whatsoever. Tenders submitted by Fax, Telex, Swift, Cable, E-mail & by post/courier shall not be accepted.

  22. Name of official Inviting the Tender Secretary Bangladesh Power Development Board

  23. Designation and address inviting the Tender Secretary Bangladesh Power Development Board

  WAPDA Building (1st floor) Motijheel Commercial area, Dhaka-1000. Tel: 9554209, 9567350 Fax: 880-2-9564765

  INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS REJECTION OF TENDERS

  1.0 Invitation

  2.0 Submission of Proposal

  3.0 Tender Validity

  4.0 Acceptance of Proposal

  5.0 Requirements for Tenderers

  6.0 Request for Information

  7.0 Interpretation of Specification and Addenda

  8.0 Site Visit

  9.0 Departures from Specifications-

  10.0 Information to be supplied with the Proposals

  11.0 Time Schedule

  12.0 Technical Proposal

  13.0 Tender Currencies-

  14.0 Financial Proposal

  15.0 Deviation in Payment Schedule-

  16.0 Conditions of Contract -

  17.0 Source of Finance

  18.0 Currency of Payments -

  19.0 Language, Units and Dimensions

  20.0 Voluntary Clarification/Amendment after Closing of Tender

  21.0 Bangladesh Regulations

  22.0 Quality Assurance

  23.0 Use of Bangladesh Materials

  24.0 Spare Parts -

  25.0 Evaluation -

  26.0 Exchange Rate

  27.0 Tender Security

  28.0 Performance Security

  29.0 Notification of Award

  30.0 Contract Agreement -

  31.0 Corrupt, Fraudulent, Collusive or Coercive Practices -

  32.0 Tenderer: Contacting the Purchaser

  33.0 Tenderer: Right to Complain

  Appendix-I

  Form of Tender Security -Appendix-2 Form of Tender

  Appendix-3

  Bill of Materials / Quantities and Price Schedule Appendix-

  4 Time Schedule-Appendix-

  5 Form of Performance Security Appendix-

  6 Form of Agreement Appendix-

  7 Complain -Appendix-

  8 Ref NBR letter regarding Tax & VAT

  General Conditions

  1.0 Contract Documents -

  2.0 Definitions

  3.0 Assignment -

  4.0 Sub-letting

  5.0 Oral Statements not Binding

  6.0 Standard Specifications

  7.0 Extent of Contract

  8.0 Scope, Nature and Intent of Special Conditions,

  Technical Provisions and Plans

  9.0 Inspection of Site

  10.0 Approval of Engineering Data and Drawings

  11.0 Legal Addresses

  12.0 Office at Site of Work

  12.01 Contractors Office at Site of Work -

  13.0 Methods of Operation

  14.0 Authority of The Engineer-

  15.0 Work to The Satisfaction of Board / Engineer-

  16.0 Engineering Inspection

  17.0 No Waiver of Rights -

  18.0 Contractor's Superintendence

  19.0 Contractor's Employees

  20.0 Setting out

  21.0 Fencing, Lighting and Guarding-

  22.0 Care of Work

  23.0 Force Majeure -

  24.0 Damage to Persons and Property

  25.0 Accident or Injury to Workmen-

  26.0 Contractor's Obligation to Insure

  27.0 Patent Rights

  28.0 Arbitration

  29.0 Provision for Emergencies

  30.0 Inspection, Testing, Progress and

  Expediting During Manufacture-

  31.0 Access to Site -

  32.0 Right of Board to Terminate Contract

  32.01 Termination for Convenience

  33.0 Rejection

  34.0 Suspension of The Work

  35.0 Commencement of The Work

  36.0 Possession of Site

  37.0 Time for Completion

  38.0 Rate of Progress

  39.0 Urgent Repairs

  40.0 Contractor to Check Plans and Schedules

  41.0 Laws and Regulations

  42.0 Character of Workmen -

  43.0 Working Hours

  44.0 Unfavourable Construction Conditions

  45.0 Liquidated Damages

  46.0 Hindrances and Delays

  47.0 Extension of Time

  48.0 Materials and Equipment

  49.0 Clean up of Site

  50.0 Warranty

  51.0 Claims for Labour and Materials

  52.0 Maintaining Commercial Operation -

  53.0 Cutting into Existing Work

  54.0 Major Economic Dislocation: Deleted

  55.0 Payments of duties, taxes, vat, fees & other Taxes -

  55.01 Import duty, vat, taxes, levies and other taxes for permanent materials

  of the project

  55.02 For Contractor’s equipment, materials and services

  55.03 Contractor's Responsibility to get Acquainted with Bangladesh Laws, Import Policy, etc

  56.0 Contractor's Breakdown Estimate

  57.0 Defense of Suits

  58.0 Governmental Authorisation

  59.0 Losses from Natural Causes -

  60.0 Insurance

  60.01 Marine Insurance -

  60.02 Erection Insurance

  60.03 Transport Liability Insurance

  60.04 Workmen's Compensation Insurance

  60.05 Replacement and Repair under Insurance

  61.0 Terms & Procedure of Payments

  61.01 Local currency portion

  61.02 Foreign Currency portion -

  61.03 Terms of Payment

  62.0 Documentation for payment

  63.0 Reporting, Clearing and Shipping Documents-

  63.01 Reporting Documents

  63.02 Clearing Documents -

  63.03 Shipping Documents

  64.0 Books and Records

  65.0 Packaging

  66.0 Completion -

  67.0 Provisional Acceptance Certificate (PAC) -

  68.0 Release of Liability

  69.0 Successful Performance

  70.0 Training-

  71.0 Modifications

  72.0 Final Acceptance Certificate

  Special Conditions (SC)

  1.0 Contractor's Drawings -

  1.1 Shop Drawings

  1.2 Working Drawings

  1.3 Foundation Design

  2.0 Photographs

  3.0 Co-operation with Board

  4.0 Construction Plant and Temporary Facilities

  4.1 Temporary Structures

  4.2 Construction Electric Power

  4.3 Temporary Lighting -

  4.4Water

  4.5Sanitary Facilities -

  5.0Schedule of Imported Tools,

  Testing Equipment and Personnel

  6.0Customs Clearance

  7.0Receiving, Transporting, Handling and Storage

  7.1 Platforms

  7•2 Indoor Storage

  7.3Shoring

  7.4Weatherproof Coverings

  8.0Equipment Performance

  9.0Identification of Contractor's Employees,

  10.0 Vehicles and Buildings

  10.Expatriate Personnel

  11.0Safety

  12.0 Protection of Operating Plant

  13.0 Co-ordination of Work

  14.0 Language

  15.0 Quality Assurance

  16.0 Contract Planning and Control

  17.0 Release of Information

  18.0 Safety and ccident Prevention

  19.0 Fire Protection

  20.0 Lines and Grades -

  21.0 Security-

  22.0 Housing & Transport

  23.0 Protection of Work

  24.0 Proprietary Name -

  25.0 Start-up and Initial Operation

  26.0 Acceptance Testing

  27.0 Supervision During Guarantee Period

  27.1 Service Engineers After Warranty Period

  28.0 Disposal of Replaced Equipment and Materials

  29.0 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

  30.0 Guarantee on Performance

  30.1 Net Output

  30.2 Heat Rate

  30.3 Performance during LTSA Period

  31.0 Long Term Service Agreement (LTSA)

  Chapter I Instructions to Tenderers Rejection of Tenders

  The Tender shall be rejected and shall not be considered for evaluation if the Tenderers do not submit /comply/ other terms as stipulated in this tender document:

  1.0 INVITATION

  In accordance with the Invitation for Tender, Bangladesh Power Development Board will receive the sealed Proposals submitted as specified in Tender Documents for the design, manufacture, inspection, testing, delivery to the Site, installation, testing & commissioning, performance test and related civil and building works including necessary auxiliaries and ancillaries on Turnkey basis of Barapukuria 250 MW (3rd Unit) Coal fired Thermal Power Plant at Site conditions of 35°C, 1.013 bar, 98% R.H. and two (2) years warranty period along with LTSA for next five (5) years under Tenderer’s Financing. Before submission of proposal, Tenderers are requested to consider and examine the transportation of heavy equipment from the sea port to the project site.

  2.0 SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL

  This Tender is invited in Open Tendering Method. Tenders shall have to be submitted in two sealed envelopes; one containing technical proposal & other containing financial proposal in accordance with the requirements of the Tender document including addenda (If any). All documents/ information (except priced Bill of Quantities and filled up Tender submission letter with price) as per tender requirement and filled up Tender submission letter without price shall be included in the Technical Proposal. Priced Bill of Quantities and filled up Tender submission letter with price shall be included in the Financial Proposal.

  The Technical & Financial Proposals shall be submitted by the Tenderer in two sealed envelopes marked for " Barapukuria 250 MW (3rd Unit) Coal fired Thermal Power Plant Project". The original and Three copies of the Technical Proposal and the original and Three copies of Financial Proposal shall be submitted within the date and time as mentioned in the tender notice in the following manner:

  Specimen form of the Proposals [Form of Tender] are furnished in Appendix-2. The original and six copies of the Proposals shall be addressed and submitted to:

  The Proposals shall be submitted preferably by hand on or before the closing date and time. The Proposals shall be submitted in sealed envelopes bearing the above addresses and clearly labeled to show the name of the Tenderer.

  The original and all copies of the Tender shall be typed or written in indelible ink and shall be sealed & signed by the Tenderer or a person or persons duly authorised to bind the Tenderer to the Contract. The letter of authorisation shall be indicated by the written Power-of–Attorney accompanying the Tender. The person or persons signing the Tender shall initial all pages of the Tender. The Tender shall contain no inter-lineations, erasures or overwriting except as necessary to correct errors made by the Tenderer, in which case such corrections shall be initialled by the person or persons signing the Tender.

  3.0 TENDER VALIDITY

  Each Proposal shall be irrevocable and cannot be altered, withdrawn, or resubmitted for a period of 180 calendar days after the date set for submission of Proposals.

  In exceptional circumstances, prior to the expiration of the Tender validity period, BPDB may solicit the Tenderers’ consent to an extension of the period of validity of their Tenders. The request and the responses shall be made in writing. The Tender Security provided under ITT Clause 27.0 shall also be suitably extended promptly. If a Tenderer does not respond or refuses the request it shall not forfeit its Tender Security, but its Tender shall no longer be considered in the evaluation proceedings. A Tenderer agreeing to the request will not be required or permitted to modify its Tender.

  4.0 ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSAL

  The Board reserves the right to waive minor irregularities and informalities in any Proposals submitted, reject any or all Proposals without assigning any reason and award the Contract to one which, in his judgement, is the best.

  5.0 REQUIRMENTS FOR TENDERERS

  Tenders will only be considered from internationally reputed firms or consortia, who are actually engaged and experienced in the lines of work described herein, and who are capable of undertaking the design, manufacture, inspection, testing, delivery to the Site, installations, commissioning, performance test, related civil and building work and overall management of the project on turnkey basis. Evidence of actually engaged and experienced in the line of work described herein shall be furnished with the Tender.

  A Tenderer who is not a manufacturer shall provide a “Letter of Authorization” from the manufacturer concerned, certifying that he has been authorized to offer the equipment in tender on behalf of the manufacturer. If the manufacturer of any offered equipment/ machinery is not the designer of the same, then Tenderer must have to submit collaboration/ licensee agreement.

  5.1 Experience of Project Implementation

  In one of the above mentioned 100 MW capacity projects, the tenderer himself/ lead partner of proposed JVCA must be an individual contractor or JVCA lead partner. For the other 100 MW capacity project, the tenderer himself/ member of proposed JVCA having minimum 20% stake must be an individual contractor or JVCA lead partner. Also Subcontractors' experience and resources will not be taken into account.

  In support of his experiences, the Tenderer shall submit with his Tender for all work performed by him, detailed evidence that he himself / Lead partner of proposed JVCA/ Member of proposed JVCA having minimum 20% stake have carried out the design, manufacture, supply, construction, erection, testing, commissioning and put into commercial operation of power plant(s) as mentioned above. Such power plants should have been in continuous commercial operation for minimum two (2) years.

  The Tenderer shall include certificates from the end users on two (2) years satisfactory performance of the Power plant(s)as mentioned above , which were designed, supplied, constructed, tested & commissioned by the Tenderer to establish the Tenderer's minimum required experience to Tender. The certificates shall mention the name of power plant, number, capacity and commissioning date of the power plant (make, model) supplied by the Tenderer; issue date, name and address (Telephone/Fax/e-mail) of the end user duly signed in the official pad. Without such certificates or where the certificates are un-satisfactory to BPDB, the Tender shall be considered technically non-responsive. These certificates must be notarized and have authentication from the Chamber of Commerce of the Tenderer's country or the Embassy/High commission of the end user’s country situated in Dhaka. In absence of that, authentication from bidder’s Embassy/High Commission in Dhaka.

  The Contractor shall arrange site visit of 03 (three) personnel of the Employer to the Premises of the Power Plants as mentioned in Experience Certificates. If Tenderer fulfills experience of total 3000 MW capacity Power Plants as mentioned above, Employer’s personnel will visit 1000 MW capacity Power Plants on random basis selection (by the Employer). All living, accommodation, food, transport expenses of the personnel during the period of visit including air-fares, incidental expenses, medical expenses, medical insurance etc. will be covered by the Contractor including pocket allowance of USD 100/day/person including travel time. The visit shall be arranged before signing of the Contract.

  5.2 Financial Qualification

  The Tenderer must demonstrate average annual turnover of at least US $ 500 million equivalent as total certified payments received for contracts or work in progress or completed works within the last five years. In case of JVCA, Partners should have total average annual turnover of at least US $ 500 million within the last five years.

  The tenderer must have the experience of completion of a Power plant Project through Bank financing of minimum 200 million USD during last 15 years. Certificate/ authenticated document shall have to be submitted in this regard. Without such Certificate/ authenticated document or where the Certificate/ authenticated document are un-satisfactory to BPDB, the Tender shall be considered technically non-responsive. This certificate must be notarized and have authentication from the Chamber of Commerce of the Tenderer's country or the Embassy/High commission of the certificate issuing authority’s country situated in Dhaka. In absence of that, authentication is required from the Embassy/High Commission of tenderer’s country in Dhaka.

  5.3 JVCA (Joint Venture Consortium or Association) requirement If the Tenderer is a JVCA, it must submit a copy of the JVCA Agreement on a non-judicial stamp of value BDT 300.00. The respective document shall be signed by all legally authorized signatories of all the parties to the JVCA. Tenders submitted by a JVCA shall comply with the following requirements:

  (a) all the partners shall be jointly and severally liable for execution of the Contract. (b) the Tender shall be signed so as to be legally binding on all partners; (c) all partners shall be jointly and severally liable for the execution of the Contract in accordance with the Contract terms; (d) one of the partners will be nominated as being Lead partner (having not less than 51% stake in the JVCA), authorized to incur liabilities, and receive instructions for and on behalf of any and all partners of the joint venture; and

  (e) the execution of the entire Contract, including payment, shall be done exclusively with the Lead partner;

  (f) the composition or the constitution of the joint venture, consortium, or association shall not be altered without the prior consent of the BOARD.

  (g) the Tender security of a JVCA shall be in the name of JVCA that submit the Tender.

  (h) The JVCA members should have the agreement covering LTSA period of the aforesaid power plant

  6.0 EQUEST FOR INFORMATION

  If any party contemplating the submission of the Proposal for the Work be in doubt as to the true meaning of any part of the Drawings, Technical Requirements or any other part of the Tender Documents shall be made by letter, Fax or Internet and to be received not later than 15 (fifteen) days before Tender closing and addressed as follows:

  However, any delay by BPDB in providing information to such query will not be considered as a reason for extending the Tender Submission date.

  7.0 INTERPRETATION OF SPECIFICATION AND ADDENDA

  The Engineer, on behalf of the Board, will explain the true meaning of the Tender Documents. Any interpretation of, or change in, the Tender Documents prior to the closing date set forth herein will be made only by an addendum issued by the Secretary to each prospective Tenderer and which shall become part of the Tender Documents. No other interpretation or explanation shall be valid. The Tenderer submitting the request shall be responsible for its prompt delivery. The Engineer will not be responsible for any other explanation or interpretation of the Tender Documents.

  8.0 SITE VISIT

  Each Tenderer before submitting tender shall carefully examine the Tender Documents and shall visit the Site to acquaint himself with, and determine the existing conditions and limitations. The Tenderer shall thoroughly inform himself of all conditions and factors which would affect the prosecution and completion of the Work, including, but not be limited to, the availability and cost of labour, applicable laws and regulations and facilities for transportation, handling and storage of materials and equipment and limitation of working days due to monsoon.

  It must be understood and agreed that such factors have been properly investigated and considered in the preparation of the Proposal submitted. No claims for financial and time adjustment to the Contract awarded for the Work under these Specifications and Documents will be permitted by the Board/Engineer which are based on the lack of such prior information or its affect on the cost of the work and its completion time.

  9.0 DEPARTURES FROM SPECIFICATIONS

  Tenderers shall base their Proposals on the Tender requirement. However, if they so desire, they may also submit alternate Proposals on equipment which departs from these requirement and which would, in the opinion of the Tenderer, be of benefit to the Board. The Tenderer shall state in detail the departures which he deems advisable, and how they will be of benefit to the Board. Alternate Proposals shall be accompanied by drawings showing the suggested layout and arrangements. Alternative proposal shall be a separate complete proposal with complete set of drawings, catalogues, manual, etc. without any reference to the main Proposal. Alternate proposal of only technically responsive lowest evaluated Tenderer shall be considered.

  10.0 INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED WITH THE PROPOSALS

  Tenderers shall supply sufficient details to permit complete evaluation of all aspects of the Proposals. Tenderers are requested not to put any clause of their own i.e. anything outside this Tender Document.

  The drawing showing the location and the layout recommended by the Tenderer shall also be submitted along with the Proposal. Proposals shall be in English and executed on the Tender Forms, annexed hereto, for that purpose. All the Tender Forms shall be completely and legibly filled in and all information asked for in the Tender Documents shall be furnished.

  11.0 TIME SCHEDULE

  The Construction Schedule in the Tender Documents for performing the specified work will be a basic consideration of the Contract. The construction schedule shows the period in calendar days for completion of the Power Plant as desired by the Board and the estimated equipment delivery and erection time that will be required to meet this period for completion.

  The Tenderer shall furnish with his Proposal, Time Schedule showing the respective times for manufacture, shipment from shop to the Site, erection, preliminary testing, trial operation and performance testing for complete Power Plant included in his Proposal.

  12.0 TECHNICAL PROPOSAL

  Tenderer must give complete information and performance data on the equipment offered, including the followings:

  i) Manufacturer's information of all equipment including construction details, materials and special features.

  ii) Drawings in plan and elevation of the complete power station, switchyard, power cable route and supporting equipment showing arrangement of equipment, overall dimensions and details of construction.

  iii) Design criteria for structures and foundations.

  iv) Schematic diagrams of the following systems showing design flows, pressures,

  temperatures, line sizes, valves, strainers, controls and equipment.

  -Fuel supply system (Coal).

  -Cooling system.

  -Water supply and Fire fighting system.

  -Lube oil system.

  v) Electrical schematic diagrams of the following.

  -Generator protection system.

  -Fuel control systems.

  -Generator excitation system.

  -All instruments and controls of the plant.

  vi) Electrical single line diagram showing all equipment, ratings, current and potential transformer ratios, metering and relaying. vii) Project schedule in bar chart form as well as Critical Path Method.

  viii) Description of training program including curriculum and training aids.

  ix) List of recommended spare parts including description, quantity, unit cost, total cost for each item, and total cost for all items.

  x) A list and description of similar projects which the Tenderer has successfully completed.

  xi) Description of expatriate camp facilities (if any).

  xii) Capacities, numbers and mobilisation schedule of construction equipment.

  xiii) Manpower mobilization schedule.

  xiv) List of sources, quantities and unit costs of construction materials.

  xv) Local material delivery schedule.

  xvi) Description of Site Laboratory facilities during construction (if any).

  xvii) Description of proposed method of transportation and unloading of equipment at the Site.

  xviii) De-rating curves of power output and temperature, ambient pressure, humidity etc. fuel consumption VS ambient

  xix) A list of plant equipment, material etc. which the contractor intend to re-export or sale in Bangladesh after the completion of the contract.

  xx) A list of special tools and equipment for maintenance and overhauling of the machine/equipment to be handed over to Board.

  xxi) Authorization Certificates from the manufacturers of main equipment and type test report (where applicable) viz Boiler (Steam Generator), Steam Turbine, Generator, Transformers, HV Circuit Breakers, Control & Protection System etc. that they will supply their machine/equipment to BPDB through the tenderer for this project, in the event the tenderer concerned is not the manufacturer of the same. If the manufacturer of any offered equipment/ machinery is not the designer of the same then Tenderer must have to submit collaboration/ licensee agreement. Without such certificate or where the certificate is un-satisfactory to BPDB, the Tender shall be considered technically non-responsive.

  xxii) As evidence of proven-ness of equipment, Certificate from the End user outside manufacturer’s country on satisfactory operating experience outside manufacturer's country for at least 2 (two) years for the following equipment:

  Offered or higher capacity Boiler manufactured by proposed manufacturer; Offered or higher capacity Steam Turbine manufactured by proposed manufacturer; Offered or higher capacity Generator manufactured by proposed manufacturer; Offered or higher capacity Generator stepup Transformer manufactured by proposed manufacturer.

  13.0 TENDER CURRENCIES

  The prices shall be quoted in the following currencies :

  a) The prices for the Goods and Services which the Tenderer will supply from outside Bangladesh shall be quoted in U.S. Dollars/Euro/Japanese yen/Pound sterling.

  b) The prices for the Goods and Services which the Tenderer will supply from within Bangladesh shall be quoted in Bangladesh Taka.

  14.0 FINANCIAL PROPOSAL

  The Tenderer shall fill in the Price Schedule and shall quote a firm turnkey contract price and LTSA price for the Power Plant as described in the Technical Requirements including spare parts and consumables during Warranty period. Prices quoted shall be firm for a period of 180 Calendar days from the closing date for receipt of Proposals and be valid for the entire period of the Contract execution. The total prices shall be quoted both in figures and words.

  Price Proposals determined to be substantially responsive will be checked by Board for any arithmetic errors. Arithmetic errors will be rectified on the following basis. If there is a discrepancy between the unit rate and the total cost that is obtained by multiplying the unit rate and quantity, the unit rate shall prevail and the total cost will be corrected. If there is a discrepancy between the total Tender amount and the sum of total costs, the sum of the total costs shall prevail and the total Tender amount will be corrected. If there is a discrepancy between word and figure, the amount quoted in word will prevail.

  The Tenderer shall quote a price against each item in the Price Schedule (Appendix-3). Unit prices furnished by the Tenderers in the Price Schedule will be used in determining the value of Variation Orders, if any.

  The prices quoted shall be deemed to include all direct, Indirect and ancillary charges and costs. The Board will be under no obligation to the Contractor for and will not be liable to pay to the Contractor any additional sums other than as expressly provided for under the Contract. The prices submitted by the Tenderer in the Price Schedule shall include all the works to be performed under the Contract and without limitation shall include the cost of accommodation, transporting all his construction equipment, men, materials and supplies to, from and at the Site. The Tenderers shall furnish the break-up of the price in the following manner for effecting progress payments.

  i) CIF prices on job-site basis for the equipment and materials furnished for the Works shall consist of design, manufacture, factory testing, export packing, transportation from manufacturer's shop to the port of loading, ocean freight, heavy lift charges incurred by the vessel, fees, charges etc, inland transportation Including unloading at the port of destination and movement to the project storage area, warehouse to warehouse insurance, checking and verifying all shipments received against shipping documents, issuing, receiving and damage reports. Customs duty and other charges levied by Bangladesh Customs and Port Authorities for the permanent materials/ goods of the Project will be paid by the Board.

  ii) Prices for installation and commissioning of the equipment and materials at the Site.Such prices shall include handling from site storage to point final installation, construction, erection and installation including insurance, local purchased materials, inspection, initial start-up, trial operation, training of the Board's personnel in operation, performance test and responsibility for operation and maintenance of equipment/ machinery until acceptance by the Board. The cost of local purchase and transportation of any Bangladesh manufactured equipment/ machinery and materials shall also be included under this category.

  iii) Prices of spare parts & consumables shall be quoted in accordance with Art.

  24.0. iv) Prices for the training of the Board's personnel at the manufacturer's factory shall include cost required for the Contractor at manufacturer's factory plus the required expenditure for the Board's personnel during the training.

  v) The Tenderer may submit cost saving proposal (optional) with the financial offer, but this will not be considered in the evaluation , as the evaluation will be done on the basis of tender requirement. However, if the Tenderer's offer found to be lowest at the evaluation, then this cost saving proposal may be considered during negotiation.

  vi) The Tenderer shall, in addition to essential spare parts and consumables for warrantee period also submit a price list of spare parts, consumables and services with OEM part no. for LTSA period (next 5 years after warrantee period) which reflects the OEM's guidelines and Tenderer's experience in the operation and maintenance of the type of equipment proposed. For LTSA period also the Contractor shall supply all necessary equipment, spare parts, materials/consumables etc. at his own cost whether it is listed or not in their list. BPDB will sign a separate contract with EPC Contractor on the basis of quotation related to LTSA. Without such confirmed quotation the tender will be rejected. It is to be noted that the price quoted for LTSA will not be considered in the evaluation.

  vii) Detail terms & condition, such as (i) Offered credit amount (ii) Rate of interest

  (iii) Repayment period (iv) Grace period, etc., shall be included in ‘Financial Proposal’. The Financial proposal should also include 03 (three) amortization schedules considering above mentioned features of credit, 01 (one) for CIF value of equipment in foreign currency, 01 (one) for remaining portion of foreign currency (except CIF value), 01 (one) for local currency. Grace Period will be minimum 03 years, Repayment Period (excluding Grace period) will be minimum 10 years. Repayment shall be made in half-yearly basis.

  15.0 DEVIATION IN PAYMENT SCHEDULE

  Tenderer shall state their Tender price for the payment schedule outlined in the General Conditions of Contract. Tenders will be evaluated on the basis of this base price. Tenderers are, however, permitted to state additionally an alternative payment schedule and indicate the reduction in Tender price they wish to offer for such alternative payment schedule. The employer may or may not consider the alternative payment schedule offered by the selected Tenderer.

  16.0 CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

  Tenderers are advised that the Contractor will be required to function within General Conditions and Special Conditions as stipulated in the Tender Document which will form part of the Contract Documents.

  17.0 SOURCE OF FINANCE

  Bangladesh Power Development Board expects Tenderer’s Credit on deferred payment terms from the tenderers for at least 80% (Eighty percent) of the EPC contract price (Foreign currency as well as local currency). The Government of Bangladesh will provide Sovereign guaranty against the Tenderer’s Credit Financing.

  Grace Period will be minimum 03 years, Repayment Period (excluding Grace period) will be minimum 10 years, Repayment shall be made in half-yearly basis. However, Board shall have the option of early repayment of the credit amount.

  18.0 CURRENCY OF PAYMENTS

  Currency of payments to be made to the Contractor shall be in U.S. Dollar/Euro/Japanese yen/Pound sterling and in Bangladesh Taka which have been described in the General Conditions of the Contract Document.

  19.0 LANGUAGE, UNITS AND DIMENSIONS

  The Proposal and data shall be in English, and all dimensions in SI unit and/or metric unit system.

  20.0 VOLUNTARY CLARIFICATION / AMENDMENT AFTER CLOSING OF TENDER

  The Tenderer must note that voluntary clarification or amendment or correction of any sort, after closing of Tender, shall not be entertained by the Board. Any such communication, if received by the Board / Engineer, will be completely ignored.

  21.0 BANGLADESH REGULATIONS

  The Tender Documents contain references to certain Government of Bangladesh decrees. Tenderer must acquaint themselves on Bangladesh laws & regulations and shall observe & comply on the same.

  These are provided for the convenience of the Tenderer and there is no expressed or implied warranty of their validity.

  The Tenderers will be deemed to have a satisfactory understanding of the Bangladesh Laws, Rules & Regulations on goods and materials as applying to all shipments under this Contract.

  22.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE

  The Proposal shall include copies of the Tenderer's "Quality Certification Manual' and a comprehensive statement of the "Scope of Quality Verification" exercised in executing existing contracts.

  Sufficient information shall be provided in the Proposal to give assurance that the requirements of quality as described in the Special Conditions are fully understood.

  23.0 USE OF BANGLADESH MATERIALS

  The Tenderers are required to use, wherever possible, equipment, tools, materials and products manufactured in Bangladesh when available, provided that such items shall conform to the applicable specifications.

  24.0 SPARE PARTS AND CONSUMABLES

  The Contractor shall submit a list of spare parts with OEM Part No. and consumables (lube. oils, greases, all filters, chemicals etc.) to be necessary for day to day operation and maintenance of the generating units and other plant equipment inclusive of emergency use that takes place in the course of operation (according to the Manufacture's recommendation and guideline) during the Warranty period (24 months). During the warranty period of 24 months, the Contractor shall supply all necessary equipment, spare parts, materials/consumables etc. at his own cost and whether it is listed or not in their list. In preparation of the list the tenderer have to consider plant

  factor as 80%.

  The Tenderer shall, in addition to spare parts and consumables for Warranty period also submit a list of spare parts with OEM part no. for LTSA period (next 5 years after Warranty period) which reflects the OEM's guidelines and Tenderer's experience in the operation and maintenance of the type of equipment proposed. For LTSA period also the Contractor shall supply all necessary equipment, spare parts, materials/consumables etc. at his own cost and whether it is listed or not in their list. In preparation of the list the tenderer have to consider plant factor as 80%. During the LTSA period the Contractor have to conduct (providing all required spare parts and service) at least one overhauling for all the equipment and any other inspection/maintenance work for force outage/ schedule outage. Spare parts & consumables to be supplied under the Contract for a particular year of LTSA period must be made available at site at the beginning of that year.

  25.0 EVALUATION

  The Technical Proposals submitted by the Tenderers shall be opened first in presence of the Tenderers. At the same time the envelope marked "Financial Proposal" submitted by the respective Tenderers will be noted for record and kept unopened in proper custody of the Secretary, Bangladesh Power Development Board, until the Technical Proposals are completely evaluated. Considering all the aspects ( in connection with specified work) offered by each Tenderer as well as the data and information submitted and on proper judgement of the capability of individual Tenderers, technically qualified proposals shall be selected amongst them and listed. The technical qualifications and overall capability of the Tenderer for carrying out the work as specified as well as the specifications of the equipment/materials offered and fulfilment of the key dates/data shall be the essence for selection of technically qualified Tenderers.

  In the process of evaluation, tender may be considered as responsive only if it is submitted in compliance with the mandatory requirements set out in the tender document, without material deviation or reservation.

  A material deviation or reservation is one -a) Which affects in any substantial way the scope, quality or performance of the works.

  b) Which limits in any substantial way, inconsistent with the tender document, the

  procuring entity’s rights or the tender’s obligations under the contract; or c) Whose rectification would affect unfairly the competitive position of other tenderers

  presenting responsive tenders.

  Data given by the Tenderer which significantly affect the result of evaluation shall be included in the Contract as requirements to be guaranteed and will be subject to verification at the cost of the Tenderer and to the satisfaction of the BOARD.

  No proposal which offers less than 225 MW capacity (Net output at site condition) of Power Plant as specified in Technical Requirements will be accepted. Excess Net output more than 275 MW at site conditions shall not be considered for evaluation of per KW cost stated hereunder.

  The "Financial Proposals" of those eligible Tenderers whose offers qualify in the "Technical Proposal" will be opened in presence of the Tenderers, if any, on a date to be notified later. If any "Technical Proposal" after having been examined is found to be defective or otherwise not in conformity with Tender Document and thus found unacceptable, the "Financial Proposal" submitted by the same Tenderer shall not be opened and shall be returned unopened, if requested by the Tenderer, at its own cost. In any case, such "Financial Proposal" shall be disregarded.

  Financial Analysis:

  For the purpose of evaluation all costs shall be based on equivalent Bangladeshi Taka as of the date of the Tender closing.

  The evaluation of the proposal would be done by Financial analysis method taking into account the following:

  A. EPC Tender Price (excluding LTSA cost)

  B. Initial cost

  C. Debt servicing cost

  D. Fuel cost

  E. O&Mcost

  F. LTSA Price

  Initial cost of the proposals shall be determined by bringing the scope of works of all the proposals to a common basis (Tender EPC price plus average price of omitted equipment/ materials quoted by other responsive Tenderers).

  Debt servicing cost shall be calculated by considering LTSA price, Non credit amount of EPC price, Credit amount of EPC price, Annual interest rate, Re-payment Period, Grace period and others with a view to comparing different nature of Credit Proposal to a equivalent status by applying Net Present Value @ 12 % discount factor.

  Example of Financial analysis for Debt servicing cost

  In this example, Credit portion is 80% of EPC price (for both FC and LC), Non Credit portion is

  20% of EPC price (for both FC and LC), Annual interest rate i%, Grace period 03 years, Repayment period 10 years are considered.

  Initial cost = m Bangladeshi Taka (BTk.)

  Installment payment duration = 06 months (half yearly)

  Discount rate = 12%

  Po = Net Power output (as defined in General conditions of Tender Document Part A) at Site Condition in kW, guaranteed by the Tenderer in Guarantee Schedule B

  26.0 EXCHANGE RATE

  For comparison of Proposals, the Board shall convert all the currencies excepting Bangladesh currency quoted by the Tenderers into Bangladesh Taka. Such conversions shall be made on the basis of the selling rates for the relevant currencies quoted by the Sonali Bank on the date of Tender closing and applicable to similar transactions.

  27.0 TENDER SECURITY

  The Technical & Financial Proposals shall be accompanied by a Tender Security in the sum not less than US$ 3,000,000 (US Dollar three million) in the form of an unconditional and irrevocable Bank Guarantee (on non-judicial stamp) by a scheduled bank in Bangladesh or a foreign bank authenticated by a Scheduled Bank in Bangladesh payable in favour of Secretary, Bangladesh Power Development Board, WAPDA Building, Motijheel Commercial Area, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh. Such Bank Guarantee shall remain valid for a period of twenty-eight [28] days beyond the original validity period of Tender or beyond any period of extension subsequently requested under ITT Clause 3.0 days from the date of opening of the Tender.

  If a Tenderer withdraws its Tender during the period of Tender validity specified by the Tenderer n the Tender Form, the Tender Security shall be forfeited. The scheduled bank shall guarantee that after conclusion of successful contract negotiation between the Board and the selected Tenderer and upon Board's issuing notice of award of contract to the successful Tenderer giving him fifteen (15) day's notice to enter into contract with the Board within the above notice period. Otherwise the Security and the Bank Guarantee shall be liable to be forfeited to the Board. Failure to enclose the Tender Security with the Proposal shall automatically disqualify the Proposal concerned. A Proposal with a Tender Security in an amount less than US$ 3,000,000 (US Dollar three million) will not be considered and will be rejected. The Tender Securities of all the unsuccessful Tenderers will be returned without interest after the successful Tenderer has signed the contract and furnish the Performance Security. Specimen form of the Tender Security is furnished in Appendix -1.

  28.0 PERFORMANCE SECURITY

  The Contract shall be accompanied by a Performance Security in the form of a Bank Guarantee issued by a Scheduled Bank in Bangladesh on behalf of the Contractor's banker. The Performance Security shall be in a penal sum not less than ten percent (10%) of the accepted Tender, conditioned for the complete and faithful performance of the Contract according to its tenor and effect and the satisfaction of obligations for the materials used and labour employed in the same, and shall insure the payment of any obligations, damages, liquidated damages or expenses for which the Contractor may become liable to the Board. The Contractor's Performance Security under these specifications shall remain in full force and effect until the Contractor has fully performed the Contract including the maintenance and warranty periods set forth in the scope of works of the Technical Requirements. Unless a different period of time is allowed in the Notice of Tender, the Contract shall be signed by the successful tenderer within fifteen (15) days after Security is furnished at Appendix-5. receipt of notice of award. The specimen of Performance

  At the time of executing the Contract, the Tender Security shall be returned without interest to the Contractor after he has furnished to the satisfaction of the Board the Performance Security in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated herein the contract conditions. The Performance Security shall remain valid until completion of Warranty Period and will be released upon submission of new performance security equal to 10% of the LTSA price which will be valid up to completion of LTSA period.

  The proceeds of the Performance Security shall be payable to the Employer unconditionally upon first written demand as compensation for any loss resulting from the Contractor’s failure to complete its obligations under the Contract.

  The Employer shall notify the Contractor of any claim made against the Bank issuing the Performance Security.

  The Employer may claim against the security if any of the following events occurs for fourteen (14) days or more.

  (a) The Contractor is in breach of the Contract and the Employer has notified him that he is; and

  (b) The Contractor has not paid an amount due to the Employer. In the event the Contractor is liable to pay compensation under the Contract amounting to the full value of the Performance Security or more, the Employer may forfeit the full amount of the Performance Security.

  If there is no reason to call the Performance Security, the Performance Security shall be discharged by the Employer and returned to the Contractor not later than twenty-eight (28) days following the date of completion of Warranty Period and upon submission of new performance security equal to 10% of the LTSA price which will be valid up to completion of LTSA period.

  29.0 NOTIFICATION OF AWARD

  Following the evaluation of the Proposals, the Board will issue a Notification of Award to enter into discussion with the successful Tenderer for the execution of the Works. Upon issuance of such Notification of Award by the Board, the successful Tenderer shall submit ten (10) copies of draft Contract and be deemed to be ready to start immediately the discussion with the Board so as to enter into the Contract. The successful Tenderer have to, to submit acceptance of Notification of Award in writing within seven (7) day's of issuance of Notification of Award.

 

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