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The EIB decided to postpone the deadline for the submissions of applications as follows: The deadline for receipt of Applications by the Contracting Authority is postponed until < 25/02/2022 > at < 19:00 CET > . Candidates must now express their interest to submit an Application by e-mail to the following address: eib-cpcm-procurement@eib.org until the < 21/02/2022 > at < 19:00 CET > at the latest in order to receive the access to the SmartShare platform.
Title:
Framework Agreement to Support EIB Advisory Services (EIBAS) Activities Inside a...
Contracting authority:
European Investment Bank (EIB)
TED publication date:
07/12/2021
Time limit for receipt of tenders:
31/05/2022
Status:
Open
Information
TA20210614 R0 FWA
Framework Agreement to Support EIB Advisory Services (EIBAS) Activities Inside and Outside EU-27
The EIB aims at establishing multiple framework agreements with specialised service providers to support the activities of the Advisory Services Department throughout its countries of operations, inside and outside the European Union.
Services
Restricted
Open
Checked
100000000.00 EUR
79400000
Milestones
07/12/2021 00:00
31/05/2022 23:59
04/02/2022 19:00
Lots
Lot number Title Description
Lot 1
Environment
Services will be provided to support the preparation and implementation of infrastructure projects including, but not limited to, the following sub-sectors: water, Sanitation and wastewater, flood risk management, drought management, solid waste, urban development, biodiversity and nature-based solutions and climate change.Under lot 1 (‘Environment’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 700 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 700 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, although the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately.
Lot 2
Energy
In terms of technical scope, in the energy and energy intensive industries (EII) sector the assistance may cover the following sub-sectors: energy supply, enabling infrastructure, energy efficiency, energy intensive processing industries, innovation and new types of energy infrastructure.In terms of type of activities required, the support may include project assessment support, project preparation support, project implementation support, project monitoring and verification, horizontal studies and advisory support, capacity building, knowledge creation and dissemination.The support may need be provided to be the EIB directly, or on behalf of the EIB to EIB partners such as: project promoters, financial intermediaries and other relevant stakeholdersUnder lot 2 (‘Energy’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 1 000 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 1 000 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, but the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately.
Lot 3
Mobility
Advisory services to support transport projects, including but not limited to the following sub-sectors: roads, rail, urban transport, air transport, waterborne transport, logistic platforms, transport electrification and transport digitalisation.Services may include:a. project preparation (e.g. technical feasibility including option analysis, traffic analysis and forecasting, cost benefit analysis, environmental and social impact assessment, climate risk and vulnerability assessment, climate change adaptation, operational and institutional viability, procurement strategy, gender in projects, safety and security),b. project implementation (e.g. preparation and review of preliminary and detailed designs and tender documents),c. capacity building andd. horizontal and multimodal issues.Support may refer to other areas required for the preparation of funding and feasibility studies (e.g. sector strategies, master plans, national tariffs, unit cost studies etc.).Advisory services may also be required for the development of materials and delivery of capacity building activities and on horizontal issues (including those affecting more than one project or more than one country), such as the development of methodological guidelines, model project approaches, climate risk and vulnerability assessment, climate adaptation, PPP, blending and compliance with legal provisions (e.g. environmental and state aid requirements).Services may relate to all EIB countries of operations and in particular countries with limited EIB presence.Under lot 3 (‘Mobility’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 750 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 750 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, but the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately.
Lot 4
Smart Growth, Social Infrastructure, Horizon Europe and SMEs Access to Finance
Services will be provided to support the preparation of projects/programmes and horizontal activities in areas relevant for smart development and Horizon Europe, including but not limited to, the following sub-sectors: research, development (R&D) and innovation, information and communication technologies (ICT), health, education, and training. The projects may contain both intangible and tangible investment components, therefore, technical, engineering and project management expertise may be required for successful completion of the tasks. Services may also be required for the development of materials and delivery of capacity building activities and on horizontal issues (including those affecting more than one project or more than one country), such as the development of methodological guidelines, model project approaches, PPP-grant blending, compliance with legal provisions (e.g. environmental and state aid requirements)Under lot 4 (‘Smart Growth, Social Infrastructure, EUROPE2020 and SMEs access to Finance’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 1 500 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 1 500 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, but the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately
Lot 5
Urban and Regional Development
Services will be provided in areas relevant for the urban and regional development as well as the Just Transition Mechanism, including but not limited to, the following sub-sectors: regional and urban development, urban buildings and social infrastructure, economic development and disaster risk management and social and affordable housing.Expertise in delivering the following type of technical assistance support will be required: policy formulation support, needs assessment, project pipeline building, developing investment programmes and portfolios, support in strategic planning, project preparation & review support, project Implementation and procurement support, institutional capacity building and change management.Services may also be required on relevant horizontal issues (including those affecting more than one project or more than one city/region, such as; assessing national legislative frameworks on Environmental and Social issues and compare them to EIB E&S standards, strategies and programmes for climate mitigation or adaptation or environmental sustainability, development of methodological guidelines, model project approaches, model standard documents, model financing models and compliance with legal provisions (e.g. environmental and state aid requirements).Services will be provided both inside and outside EU.Under lot 5 (‘Urban and Regional Development’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 2 000 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 2 000 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, but the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately.
Lot 6
Bio-economy
Services will be provided to support the preparation and implementation of projects within the bio-economy sector, spanning from primary production through the entire associated value chains including, but not limited to, the following sub-sectors: natural resources management, rural infrastructure, equipment, machinery and input supply, primary biomass production, food and biomass material manufacturing, transport, storage, retail and distribution, climate change adaptation or mitigation and analysis of other related cross-cutting issues as well as advanced biofuels, and research and innovation.Support may be requested for the preparation and review of the complete project documentation (inter alia, technical feasibility including demand and option analysis, economic and financial analysis, environmental impact assessment, Life Cycle Analysis, climate risk and vulnerability assessment, project governance mechanisms and procurement strategy) or implementation support (e.g. preparation and/or review of detailed designs and tender documents). In addition, the support may refer to other areas that are necessary for the preparation for funding and feasibility studies (e.g. market and competitiveness assessment, SWOT analysis and other risk assessments, analysis of financial and business models, river basin management plans, sector strategies, master plans, water tariffs development/analysis, feasibility for certification schemes, etc.). Services may also be required in the analysis of sectoral and cross-cutting issues (including those affecting more than one project or country), such as the development of methodological guidelines, model project approaches, grant blending, compliance with legal provisions (e.g. environmental and state aid requirements), market-related assessment of sectoral industries, including trade barriers, market control mechanisms and the alignment thereof with international conventions and treaties or sectoral cross-subsidization rates in a country or group of countriesUnder lot 6 (‘Bio-economy’), a specific assignment budget typically ranges between EUR 50 000 and EUR 1 200 000. Specific contracts below EUR 50 000 may also be awarded under the FWA.Specific contracts above EUR 1 200 000 may also be awarded under the FWA, but the Bank reserves the possibility to tender assignments with such budgets separately.
Notices
Reference Notice type Publication date
2022/S 011-022584
Corrigendum
17/01/2022 00:00
2021/S 237-623059
Contract notice
07/12/2021 00:00