Perimeter Security Needed: Airport in India

  1. INTRODUCTION

    Bangalore International Airport Limited (“BIAL”), a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956, is the developer, owner and operator of Kempegowda International Airport (“Airport”). BIAL is committed to establish this Airport as one of India’s leading airports, in terms of quality and efficiency and set a benchmark for the future commercial development of Indian airports.

    Airport security is one phenomenon that is our first priority. Especially in the realm of Airport, security system needs to be continuously upgraded to reflect the demands of the changing times. In order to meet the requirement of a strong security system, BIAL proposes to carry out “design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) for a perimeter length of about 38 km including associated active and passive networking” at Kempegowda InternationalAirport (“Project”).

    In this regard, BIAL invites Expression of Interest (“EOI”) from experienced and reputed contractors, with valid statutory registrations, having relevant experience and resources and capable of undertaking the Project upon terms and conditions as stipulated in the EOI.

    Tendering for this Project is through e-tendering. Applicants shall register on TCIL e-portal, as per the e-tendering instructions provided with this Information Document as Annexure-1.

    BIAL has adopted a two-stage process (collectively referred to as (“Tender Process”) for award of the Project.

    The first stage under the Tender Process is the “Pre-Qualification Stage”. Interested parties (“Applicant”) shall submit their response in accordance with the provisions of this invitation to EOI.

    At the end of the Pre-Qualification Stage, BIAL expects to inform the qualified Applicants (“Tenderers”) who will be eligible for participation in the second stage (“Tender Stage”) of the Tender Process comprising of the Request for Proposals (“RFP”). Tenderers shall purchase the RFP from the TCIL e-portal

  2. BROAD SCOPE OF WORKS

    Design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) for a perimeter length of about 38 km, including associated active and passive networking.

    The scope of work includes, but is not limited to setup of CCTV as a secondary line of detection, interfacing proposed PIDS solution with the existing command & control system, meeting all the requirements as per Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) guidelines (AVSEC circular no 5/2017 dated 05/04/2017) and other related work for the commissioning of a fully operational Project and handing over of the Project to BIAL.

Information Document: Invitation to EOI – Design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) at KIA, Bengaluru

RFP shall contain the detailed scope of Works. The Works to be executed by the successful Tenderer is expected to meet the intended requirements of BIAL, as shall be stated in the RFP documents.

3. ELIGIBILITY CRITERION
The Applicants shall be eligible to proceed to the second stage (Tender Stage), if

they fulfill all the following requirements:3.1 Financial Criteria:

  1. (a)  Turnover:

    A minimum annual financial turnover of INR 37 crores (Rupees thirty- seven crores) in at least two (2) Financial Years (out of last three (3) Financial Years), in construction works in India, preceding the date of submission of EOI (“Submission Date”), duly certified by a Chartered Accountant.

    The Applicant shall furnish turnover figures for the previous 5 (five) Financial Years preceding the Submission Date in the format as prescribed in the EOI.

  2. (b)  Financial Standing (Net worth):

    The Applicant shall have a “Net Worth” more than INR 8 crores (Rupees eight crores) in the last Financial Year preceding the Submission Date, certified by a Chartered Accountant.

    Net Worth shall mean the sum of subscribed and paid up equity and reserves from which shall be deducted the sum of revaluation reserves, miscellaneous expenditure not written off and reserves not available for distribution to equity shareholders.

    The Applicant shall provide its Net Worth figures for the previous 5 (five) Financial Years preceding the Submission Date in the format as prescribed in the EOI.

  3. (c)  Financial capabilities :

    Minimum accessible/available financial resources, either (1) liquid resources (cash and bank balance) or (2) combination of liquid resources (cash and bank balance) and balance undrawn over draft to be sufficient to meet INR 4 crores (Rupees four crores), as at end of the last Financial Y ear preceding the Submission Date, supported by CharteredAccountant’s certificate/letter of works from bankers on undrawn limits as applicable as on 7 (seven) days before the Submission Date.

Information Document: Invitation to EOI – Design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) at KIA, Bengaluru

3.2

The Applicant shall provide its liquid resources figures for the previous 5 (five) Financial Years preceding the Submission Date in the format as prescribed in the EOI.

Applicant shall obtain a certificate of good standing from its bankers.

Technical Criteria:

3.2.1 Applicants to provide information sought hereunder in the format as prescribed in the EOI:

The Applicant shall have Satisfactorily Completed (as defined hereinafter) design, construction, supply, installation, testing, commissioning and integration of perimeter security systems including associated infrastructure facilities for airport or defense /space/sensitive establishments in India as prime contractor or as a sub-contractor, in the 7 (seven) years preceding the Submission Date.

  1. (a)  3 (three) works of value not less than INR 16 crores each; or
  2. (b)  2 (two) works of value not less than INR 20 crores each; or
  3. (c)  1 (one) work of value not less than INR 32 crores.

The INR values in the above criteria shall be certified by a Chartered Accountant.

If the work was done in another joint venture, the value in proportion of the participation in that joint venture shall be considered.

The projects of above description and contract price thresholds are here in after referred to as the “Eligible Projects”.

“Satisfactorily Completed”: A work is said to be satisfactorily completed when it conforms to the acceptable levels of specified specifications and when the work is completed within the original or extended completion period. The certificate of satisfactory completion issued by the concerned employer is to be provided to BIAL.

“Financial Year”, for a year in consideration, shall mean the financial year followed by the Applicant in its ordinary course of business.

Short-listing of Applicants

  1. (a)  Applicants meeting the Criteria set out in the EOI shall be short-listed as qualified for the Tender Stage.
  2. (b)  In order to assess the residual execution capacity of an Applicant, the Applicant shall submit its current order book and expected completion date of the projects in hand in the format prescribed in EOI.

3.3

Information Document: Invitation to EOI – Design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) at KIA, Bengaluru

CONSORTIUM

Consortium / Joint Venture participation is not permitted.

OTHER CONDITIONS

5.1  BIAL reserves the right to accept or reject any or all EOI without assigning any reasons and is not obliged to correspond with the Applicants in this regard.

Further, BIAL reserves the right to change and/or cancel the pre-qualification and Tender Process and/or review/revise the pre-qualification criteria at any time without prior notice or without assigning any reasons whatsoever, and this shall be without prejudice to its right to re-tender at any time in the future and in such case, no Applicant/intending Applicant shall have any claim arising out of such action.

5.2  BIAL reserves the right to amend this document by issuing an addendum, at any stage, without any liability or obligation for such invitation and without assigning any reason. This invitation to EOI does not give rise to any rights in rem and is not an offer or an invitation to offer.

5.3  Submission of the EOI by Applicants, pursuant to the invitation by BIAL, shall be considered to be an acceptance of all the terms and conditions of this invitation to EOI by the Applicant and no claims or disputes raised by it during or subsequent to the award process shall be entertained by BIAL.

5.4  All documents and other information supplied by BIAL or submitted by an Applicant to BIAL shall remain or become the property of BIAL. BIAL shall not be liable to return any application or any information provided along therewith.

5.5  The Applicants shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its EOI. BIAL shall in no case be responsible or liable for these costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the EOI Process.

5.6  Laws of the Republic of India shall be applicable to the Tender Process. The courts at Bengaluru shall have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any disputes.

5.7  Not Applicable

5.8  Indian Companies relying on the technical/financial capacity of its parent company shall obtain a parent company guarantee for 100% of the contract value in case the Indian Company is selected as the Contractor.

5.9  The Applicant shall comply with laws and regulations of India.

5.10  The EOI must be submitted online at https://www.tcil-india-electronictender.comon or before 1700 hrs IST on February 7, 2019.

Information Document: Invitation to EOI – Design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) at KIA, Bengaluru

5.11  Applicants shall make their submission online through TCIL e- portal (https://www.tcil-india-electronictender.com).

5.12  Applicants qualifying for the Tender Stage shall have to pay a onetime non- refundable RFP document fee of INR 1,00,000 (Rupees One Lakh Only), in the form of Bank transfer or Demand Draft to purchase the RFP document.

5.13  BIAL reserves the right to disqualify any Applicant(s) based on the information provided to BIAL by the Applicant(s).

Address for Communication:

Vice President & Head – Procurement (Projects) Bangalore International Airport Ltd.,
BIAL Project Office,
Kempegowda International Airport, Devanahalli, Bengaluru – 560 300

Email: projecttenders@bialairport.com Phone No: 080 – 6678 2431.www.bengaluruairport.com

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