Until 14 May 2019, the first stage of the ITER tender procedure (“Call for nomination”) is in progress. As a result of the procedure, the supplier of Magnet Control Cubicles will be selected.
Category: Electronic engineering, electronics, mechanical engineering, material engineering
Deadline: 14/05/2019 r.
Original text of ITER annoucment:
Control Cubicles are required to control and protect the Magnet operation.
All these Control Cubicles are installed in protected area and therefore are not exposed to any specific environmental constraints. Standard industrial environmental requirements apply only.
All these Control Cubicles are made of Off the Shelf components, there is no R&D activity in this procurement contract but layout and cabling design only. The cubicles shall be delivered as ready to install component to the ITER site. The installation work is out of scope of the contract.
The cubicles shall be mounted and tested in supplier premises located close to the ITER site to facilitate the shipment of equipment in both directions and allow the ITER staff to attend easily the cubicle tests.
How to apply?
ITER Call for Tender is a staged procurement process for high value contracts as described below:
- Stage 1: Call for Nomination, where Domestic Agencies are formally requested to provide the names of potential candidates. The candidates shall liaise with relevant Domestic Agencies to express their interest for a required supplies, services or works. The IO could also add a potential candidate if needed after having informed the DA.
- Stage 2: Pre-qualification, where the IO will establish a list of qualified suppliers amongst the nominated entities, based on specific selection criteria. All nominated companies receive the pre-qualification package.
- Stage 3: Call for Tender, where only the pre-qualified candidates will receive the tender package from IO. Tenderers shall submit offers in response to the Call for Tender package composed of Instructions to Tenderers, IO Technical Specifications, Special and General Conditions of Contracts. The evaluation of the tenders submitted has two steps: first the technical offers are evaluated with respect to the award criteria indicated in the Instructions to Tenderers and only those obtaining scores higher than the technical threshold indicated shall be considered for the financial evaluation. The financial evaluation is based either on the combined quality and price scoring mechanism (best value) or on the cheapest technical compliant offer.Source: ITER website
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