Tenders


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Date : Dec 30, 2019
Annual Maintenance Contract for Pest Control Treatment Work in Bank's Premises located at Sector 17A MOB, 16A, 44B & Sector 30A Colony, Chandigarh

1. E-Tenders are invited for Annual Maintenance Contract for Pest Control Treatment Work in Bank's Premises located at Sector 17(MOB), colonies situated at Sector 16A, 44B & 30A,Chandigarh. The work is estimated to cost ₹ 6,32,580.00.

2. Only those contractors who will be registered on MSTC Website will be able to take part in the Tender. The tender document is available on www.rbi.org.in for download but Part-1 and Part-2 of the Tender can only be filled on MSTC Website through e-tendering.

3. A Pre-Bid Meeting for the captioned subject will be held on January 06, 2020 (15:00 hrs) at Third Floor, Estate Department, RBI Chandigarh which may be attended by the interested tenderers or their authorized representatives.

4. Tender can be filled on MSTC Website from January 08, 2020 (14:00 hrs) to January 28, 2020 (till 14:00 hrs). New contractors (if any), who are willing to take part in the Tender Process will have to request RBI Chandigarh to add them through MSTC Website. The request to Reserve Bank of India may also be made through email at estatecharo@rbi.org.in.

5. Tender shall be submitted in two parts. Part-I of the tender will contain the Bank’s standard technical and commercial conditions for the proposed work, which must be agreed by the tenderers. Part-II of the tender will contain no conditions but Bank’s schedule of quantities and contractors’ priced bid to be filled online. The contractors must upload the Pre-Qualification Documents (as mentioned in the Tender) on MSTC Website along with Part-I of the Tender till January 28, 2020 (till 14:00 hrs).

6. Part-I of the tender will be opened at 15:00 hrs on January 28, 2020 on MSTC Website, in the presence of the authorized representative of the contractors, who choose to be present.

7. The Part II of only those contractors will be opened who invariably furnish, the following information in uploaded form on MSTC Website, with supporting documents to satisfy the Bank about their eligibility for participating in the tendering process:

Duration of Past Experience The contractors should have minimum 5 years of experience of executing similar works, (out of which atlest 3 years of experience should be during last 5 years). Applicants should furnish their Client list with satisfactory and completion report showing the details of work carried out by them during the last 5 years. The list shall include details such as:

(i) Name of the Client

(ii) Type of work and Value of work executed (in Rs Lakhs)

(iii) Date of Start and Finish of the work

(iv) Reasons of delay, if any, etc.

The applicant should submit documentary evidence in support of minimum experience of 5 years.
Minimum value of each completed work (qualifying) The contractor should have experience of having successfully completed similar works during last 5 years (ending last day of month before the one in which applications are invited). He should have completed either of the following:

i) Three similar completed works each costing not less than the amount equal to 40% of the estimated cost.

Or

ii) Two similar completed works each costing not less than the amount equal to 50% of the estimated cost.

Or

iii) One similar work costing not less than the amount equal to 80% of the estimated cost.

Copies of the detailed work orders for the qualifying works indicating date of award, value of awarded work, time given for completing the work, etc. and the corresponding completion certificates indicating actual date of completion and actual value of executed similar works should be enclosed in proof of the work experience.

The details along with documentary evidence of previous experience, if any, of carrying out similar works for the Reserve Bank of India at any Centre should also be submitted.
Yearly turnover The latest final accounts of the business of the contractor duly certified by a Chartered Accountant should be enclosed in proof of their creditworthiness and turnover for last three years.
Solvency The contractor should furnish solvency certificate issued by the applicant’s banker, specifically for the empanelment/work, for an amount equal to estimated cost of the work.
Service setup Full-fledged service setup should be available for the specified job either at Chandigarh or at nearby city/place where from required quality after sales services can be regularly provided. Valid document in support of having a full-fledged service set up must be provided.
Name(s) and Address (es) of the Bankers and their present contract executives. Written information about the names and address of the contractor’s bankers along with full details like names, postal addresses, e-mail IDs, telephone (land and mobile) nos., fax nos. etc. of the contact executives (i.e. the persons who can be contacted at the office of their bankers by the Bank, in case it is so needed) should be furnished.
Details of bank accounts Full particulars of the contractor’s bank accounts like account number, type, when account open should be given.
Name(s) and address (es) of the Clients and their present contact executives. Written information about the names and addresses of the contractor’s clients along with full details, like names, postal addresses, e-mail IDs, telephone (landline and mobile) nos. fax nos. etc. of the contact executives (i.e. the persons who can be contacted at the office of their clients by the Bank in case it is so needed) should be furnished.
Details of completed works/ongoing AMCs The client-wise names of work(s), year(s) of execution of work(s), awarded and actual cost(s) of executed work(s), completion time stipulated in the contract(s) and actual time taken to complete the work(s), names and full contact-details of the officers/ authorities/ departments under whom the work(s) was/were executed should be furnished.

8. In the event of the contractors failing to satisfy the Bank; the Bank reserves the right to refuse further participation in E-Tendering process to them.

9. Part II of the tender may be opened on a subsequent date after due scrutiny of Part- I and Pre-Qualification Documents. Only the contractors who are found eligible after the scrutiny of Pre-Qualification Documents will be allowed by the Bank to participate in the further E-tendering process and their Part-II will be opened, thereby.

10. The Bank may obtain reports on past performance of the contractor from his clients and bankers. The Bank may evaluate the said reports before opening of the Part – II of the tenders. If any contractor is not found to possess the required eligibility for participating in the tendering process at any point of time and/or his performance reports received from his clients and/or his bankers are found unsatisfactory, the Bank reserves the right to reject his offer after opening of Part - I of the tender and online Part-II of the tender will not be opened. The Bank is not bound to assign any reason for doing so.

11. The Bank is not bound to accept the lowest quote and reserves the right to accept either in full or in part any tender. The Bank also reserves the right to reject all the tenders without assigning any reason therefore.

Regional Director
Chandigarh




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