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  • PADANG BYPASS CAPACITY EXPANSION PROJECT

    EDCF LOAN NO. INA-17

    INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

    PROVINCE : WEST SUMATERA

    BIDDING DOCUMENTS

    PART - 1

    BIDDING PROCEDURES

    Section I. Instructions to Bidders (Single-Stage, Two-Envelope Bidding)

    Section II. Bid Data Sheet

    Section III. Evaluation and Qualification Criteria (Following Prequalification)

    Section IV. Bidding Forms (Following Prequalification)

    Section V. Eligible Countries

    APRIL 2013

    REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS

    DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHWAYS

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    Abbreviations

    BDS .....................Bid Data Sheet

    CB ...................Competitive Bidding EDCF.......Economic Development Cooperation Fund ELI ..........Eligibility Form EXP..........Experience Form FIN...........Financial Data Form GCC ........General Conditions of Contract IFB ..........Invitation for Bids ITB ..............Instructions to Bidders JO/JV...................Joint Operation or Joint Venture

    LIT.......................Pending Litigation Form

    PCC .........Particular Conditions of Contract SBD ....................Standard Bidding Document

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    Glossary

    The Bank The Export-Import Bank of Korea, which has been entrusted

    by the Government of the Republic of Korea with the operation

    and management of the EDCF

    Borrower The party to the Loan Agreement to which the Bank has agreed

    to make the Loan

    Contractor The legal entity that is party to and performs a works contract,

    the other party to the contract being the Employer.

    EDCF The Economic Development Cooperation Fund which is the

    fund established by the government of the Republic of Korea

    under the Economic Development Cooperation Fund Act of the

    Republic of Korea

    Employer One of the two parties to a works contract, the other party

    being the Contractor.

    Joint Venture An ad hoc association of firms that pool their resources and

    skills to undertake a large or complex contract in the role of

    Contractor, with all firms (partners in the JO/JV) being legally liable, jointly and severally, for the execution of the

    contract in the event of a partners withdrawal.

    Korean Won Korea Won or the sign means the lawful currency of the

    Republic of Korea.

    Loan The Loan provided for in the Loan Agreement

    Management A firm, acting in the role of Contractor, that does not normally Contractor perform contract construction work directly, but manages the

    work of other (sub)contractors, while bearing full responsibility

    and risk for price, quality, and timely performance of the works

    contract.

    Nominated An enterprise selected and retained by the Employer to provide

    Subcontractor a prespecified item in the Bill of Quantities and nominated as

    subcontractor to the main Contractor for such purpose.

    Specialist A specialist enterprise engaged for highly specialized processes

    Subcontractors such as chemical grouting or underwater repair work which

    cannot be provided by the main Contractor.

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    The Project Executing Directorate General of Highway, Ministry of Public Works.

    Agency

    Prequalification An assessment made by the Employer of the appropriate level

    of experience and capacity of firms expressing interest in

    undertaking a particular contract before inviting them to bid.

    Postqualification An assessment of the appropriate level of experience and

    capacity of firms made by the Employer during the evaluation

    of bids to ensure that the lowest-evaluated, responsive, eligible

    bidder is qualified to perform the contract.

    US Dollar US Dollar or the sign US$ means the lawful currency of the United States of America

    Works The total work involvement in a construction contract,

    including the Permanent Works or finished product as specified, and the Temporary Works required by the Contractor for the execution and completion of the contract.

    Writing For the purpose of this document, any authenticated

    handwritten, typed, or printed communication, including telex,

    cable, electronic mail, and facsimile transmission, with proof

    of receipt when, and in the form, requested by the sender.

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    Table of Contents

    Invitation for Bids ................................................................................................................... v

    PART 1 Bidding Procedures ............................................................................................... 1 Section I. Instructions to Bidders (Single-Stage, Two-Envelope Bidding) ............... 2

    Section II. Bid Data Sheet ......................................................................................... 29

    Section III. Evaluation and Qualification Criteria (Following Prequalification) ....... 34

    Section IV. Bidding Forms (Following Prequalification)........................................... 43

    Section V. Eligible Countries .................................................................................... 88

    PART 2 Works Requirements ........................................................................................... 89 Section VI. Works Requirements ............................................................................... 89

    PART 3 Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms ................................................... 96 Section VII. General Conditions (GC) ...................................................................... 96

    Section VIII. Particular Conditions (PC) Part A .................................................... 220 Part B ................................................... 224 Section IX. Annex to the Particular Conditions - Contract Forms ........................... 240

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    Invitation for Bids (IFB)

    April 22, 2013

    Indonesia

    Padang Bypass Capacity Expansion Project

    Construction of Road and Bridges of Padang Bypass

    EDCF Loan No. INA-17

    1. The Government of Indonesia has received a Loan from the Export-Import Bank of Korea from the resources of the Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF)

    of the Republic of Korea in the amount of US Dollars 58 million toward the cost of

    Padang Bypass Capacity Expansion Project and intends to apply a portion of the

    proceeds of this loan to payments under the contract for Padang Bypass Capacity

    Expansion Project.

    2. The Directorate General of Highways, The Ministry of Public Works as The Project Executing Agency now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for Construction of

    Road and Bridges of Padang Bypass as follows:

    Project

    Name Scope of Works

    Construction

    Period

    Padang

    Bypass

    Capacity

    Expansion

    Project

    Components Description

    1. Road Capacity Expansion Expansion of road capacity from 2 lanes to 4 lanes

    o Duku Lubuk Begalung Section (22 km): expansion to 40.0 m

    o Lubuk Begalung Gaung Section (5 km): expansion to 25.0 m

    2. Structures Construction Bridges: 9 ea (total length: 582.6 m) consist of:

    1. Irrigation

    2. Railway

    3. Batang Arau

    4. Kuranji

    5. Balimbing

    6. Laras

    7. Air Dingin

    8. Kandis 1

    9. Kandis 2

    3. Intersections Level crossing: 7 ea

    4. Pavement & Drainage Pavement: Asphalt Concrete (AC) and Rigid (Concrete Pavement)

    Drainage:

    o Box Culverts: 30 ea (755.90 m)

    o Drainage Pipes: 102 ea (2,343.40 m)

    730 days

    3. Bidding will be conducted through Competitive Bidding (CB) procedures specified in the Guideline for Procurement under EDCF Loans, and is open to only

    prequalified bidder.

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    4. Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information from Kelompok Kerja (Pokja) ULP Paket Padang Bypass Capacity Expansion Project (EDCF Loan No. INA-

    17) and inspect the bidding documents at the address below from 08.00 a.m 05.00

    pm.

    5. A complete set of bidding documents in the Hardcopy and Softcopy files (DVD) may be obtained by any interested Bidders on the submission of a written

    application to the address below and free of charge.

    6. Bids must be delivered to the address below at or before (June 10, 2013). All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of at least 2 (two) percent of each currency

    of bid price (Included Value Added Tax). Late bids shall be rejected. Bids will be

    opened in the presence of the Bidders representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 2.00 pm.

    7. Estimated Project Cost is Rp. 440,364,741,000.- (Four hundred forty billion three hundred sixty four million seven hundred forty one thousand rupiah) equivalent to

    USD 45,040,885.- (Forty five million forty thousand eight hundred eighty five US

    Dolar) excluding VAT.

    8. The Project Executing Agency as Directorate General of Highways, Ministry of Public Work, Balai Besar Pelaksanaan Jalan Nasional II, will not be responsible for

    any costs or expenses incurred by Bidders in connection with the preparation or

    delivery of Bids.

    Kelompok Kerja (Pokja) ULP Paket Padang Bypass Capacity Expansion

    Project (EDCF Loan No. INA-17)

    Jl. S. Parman No. 129 Padang

    Telephone: (62-751) 443231

    Facsimile number: (62-751) 443231

    Email address: pokja_wildua_sumbar@yahoo.com

  • Section I. Instructions to Bidders