India/SOUTH ASIA- P143751- Second Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project - Procurement Plan

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Second Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project PROCUREMENT PLAN I. General 1. Project information: ã Project: Second Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project ã Country: India ã Project Code: P143751 2. Bank’s approval Date of the procurement Plan Draft Procurement Plan dated March 19, 2015 Revision 0 agreed by the Bank on March 19, 2015 3. Implementing Agencies: TNRSP/ Highways Department, Govt. of Tamil Nadu 4. Period covered by this procurement plan: 18 months 5. Risk Rating for the Implementing Agency: Substantial 6. Original Procurement Risk Rating for the Project: Substantial 7. Current Procurement Risk Rating for the Project: Substantial II. Works, Non-consulting services and Goods. 1 a) Procurement Methods and Thresholds Category Method of Procurement Threshold (US$ Equivalent) Works International Competitive Bidding (ICB) 40,000,000 National Competitive Bidding (NCB) Up to 40,000,000 (with NCB conditions) Shopping Up to 100,000 Direct Contracting (DC) As per paragraph 3.7 of Guidelines Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for Works As per paragraph 3.14 of Guidelines Force Account As per paragraph 3.9 of Guidelines Framework Agreement (FA) As per paragraph 3.6 of Guidelines Goods and International Competitive Bidding (ICB) 3,000,000 non- Limited International Bidding (LIB) wherever agreed by Bank consultant National Competitive Bidding (NCB) Up to 3,000,000 (with NCB conditions) services Shopping Up to 100,000 (NCS) Direct Contracting (DC) As per paragraph 3.7 of Guidelines Public-Private Partnership (PPP) As per paragraph 3.14 of Guidelines Force Account (only for NCS) As per paragraph 3.9 of Guidelines Framework Agreement (FA) As per paragraph 3.6 of Guidelines Procurement from United Nations (UN) Agencies As per paragraph 3.10 of Guidelines 1 b) Prior Review Threshold Works: All contracts more than USD 10 million equivalent Goods: All contracts more than USD 2 million equivalent Non-Consultant Services and IT systems: All contracts more than USD 2 million equivalent In addition, the justifications for all contracts to be issued using LIB or direct contracting shall be subject to prior review with procurement plan. First framework agreement will be subject to prior review irrespective of value. For prior review contracts, the amendments for increasing the cost beyond 15% of original value shall also be subject to Bank’s prior review. 2. Pre-qualification – Not envisaged 3. Applicable Guidelines: All the contracts issued under the project will follow the World Bank’s “Guidelines: Procurement of goods, works and non-consulting services under IBRD loans and IDA credits & grants by World Bank borrowers” dated January 2011 (as updated in July 2014). 4. Any Other Special Procurement Arrangements: NCB will be conducted in accordance with paragraph 3.3 and 3.4 of the Guidelines and the following provisions: i. Only the model bidding documents for NCB agreed with the GOI Task Force (and as amended for time to time), shall be used for bidding; ii. Invitations to bid shall be advertised in at least one widely circulated national daily newspaper (or on a widely used website or electronic portal with free national and international access along with an abridged version of the said advertisement published in a widely circulated national daily inter-alia giving the website/electronic portal details from which the details of the invitation to bid can be downloaded), at least 30 days prior to the deadline for the submission of bids; iii. No special preference will be accorded to any bidder either for price or for other terms and conditions when competing with foreign bidders, state-owned enterprises, small-scale enterprises or enterprises from any given State; iv. Except with the prior concurrence of the Bank, there shall be no negotiation of price with the bidders, even with the lowest evaluated bidder; v. Extension of bid validity shall not be allowed with reference to Contracts subject to Bank prior review without the prior concurrence of the Bank (i) for the first request for extension if it is longer than four weeks; and (ii) for all subsequent requests for extension irrespective of the period (such concurrence will be considered by Bank only in cases of Force Majeure and circumstances beyond the control of the Purchaser/ Employer) vi. Re-bidding shall not be carried out with reference to Contracts subject to Bank prior review without the prior concurrence of the Bank vii. The system of rejecting bids outside a pre-determined margin or bracket of prices shall not be used in the project; viii. Rate contracts entered into by Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals will not be acceptable as a substitute for NCB procedures. Such contracts will be acceptable however for any procurement under the Shopping procedures; ix. Two or three envelope system will not be used (except when using e- Procurement system assessed and agreed by the Bank) Other agreed provisions are: ã Any discount received from the bidders after bid submission deadline will not be considered either during the bid evaluation or the contract award. ã Domestic preference will be applicable for ICB procurement of Goods as per Appendix 2 of the Procurement Guidelines. ã Bids received from foreign bidders will not be rejected under NCB. ã DGS&D rate contracts may be used as framework agreement (FA) provided: i. Use of DGS&D rate contracts as FA must be reflected on the procurement plan agreed by the Bank for particular goods. ii. Before issuing the purchasing order, the implementing agency will carry out a price analysis on the specific good that is intended to be purchased. If after this due diligence the implementing agency concludes (and Bank agrees) that the DGS&D rate contracts are more advantageous, DGS&D rate contracts may be used as FA. iii. To meet the Bank's requirements for right to audit and F&C, these clauses may be included in the Purchase Orders (in case the purchasers are directly placing the purchase orders to DGS&D rate contract holders). On the other hand, if indent is placed through DGS&D, the Purchaser has the option to sign a separate undertaking with DGS&D rate contract holder, where Bank's right to audit and F&C clauses could be mentioned. 5. Procurement Packages with Methods and Time Schedule – As per procurement plan available in STEP. III. Selection of Consultants 1 a) Selection Methods and Thresholds Method of Procurement Threshold (US$ Equivalent) Selection Based on Consultants’ Qualifications Up to 300,000 (CQS)/Least-Cost Selection (LCS) Single-Source Selection (SSS) As per paragraphs 3.9-3.11 of Guidelines Individuals As per Section V of Guidelines Particular Types of Consultants As per paragraphs 3.15-3.21 of Guidelines Quality- and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS)/ Quality- for all other cases Based Selection (QBS)/ Selection under a Fixed Budget (FBS) 1 b) Prior Review Threshold Consultancy Services: US$ 1,000,000 for firms; and US$ 300,000 for individuals In addition, the justifications for all contracts to be issued on the basis of single-source selection will be subject to prior review with procurement plan. For prior review contracts, the amendments for increasing the cost or extension of time beyond 15% of original value shall also be subject to Bank’s prior review. 2. Short list comprising entirely of national consultants: Short list of consultants for services, estimated to cost less than $ 800,000 equivalent per contract, may comprise entirely of national consultants in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2.7 of the Consultant Guidelines. 3. Any Other Special Selection Arrangements: None. 4. Applicable Guidelines: All the contracts issued under the project will follow the World Bank’s “Guidelines: Selection and employment of consultants under IBRD loans and IDA credits & grants by World Bank borrowers” dated January 2011 (as updated in July 2014). 5. Consultancy Assignments with Selection Methods and Time Schedule – As per procurement plan available in STEP. PROCUREMENT India : Second Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project PLAN General Information Country: India Banks Approval Date of the Original Procurement Plan: 2016-06-10 Revised Plan Date(s): (comma delineated, leave blank if none) 2017-09-13 Project ID: P143751 GPN Date: Project Name: Second Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project Loan / Credit No: IBRD / 84990 Executing Agency(ies): TNRSP PMU, Highways Department WORKS Activity Reference No. / Bid Evaluation Report Procurement Prequalification Estimated Actual Amount Process Draft Pre-qualification Prequalification Draft Bidding Document Specific Procurement Bidding Documents as Proposal Submission / Description Loan / Credit No. Component Review Type Method Market Approach and Recommendation Signed Contract Contract Completion Process (Y/N) Amount (US$) (US$) Status Documents Evaluation Report / Justification Notice / Invitation Issued Opening / Minutes for Award Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Component A: Network Improvement WBR 1 / OPRC-1 (Arcot Single Stage - One IBRD / 84990 Component C: Road Safety Prior Request for Bids Open - National 10,000,000.00 14,098,367.60 Signed 2015-12-07 2015-12-16 Tiruvarur Corridor Roads) Envelope Component B: Institutional Capacity Enhancement Component A: Network WBR 2 / OPRC-2 Improvement Single Stage - One (Nagapattinam - Tuticorin IBRD / 84990 Component C: Road Safety Prior Request for Bids Open - National 0.00 18,868,799.49 Signed 2015-12-07 2015-12-21 Envelope Corridor) Component B: Institutional Capacity Enhancement Component A: Network Improvement WBR 9 / Upgradation of SH-9 Single Stage - One IBRD / 84990 Component C: Road Safety Prior Request for Bids Open - International 0.00 14,978,763.02 Signed 2015-07-22 2015-08-10 and SH-137 (EPC 03) Envelope Component B: Institutional Capacity Enhancement IN-TNRSP-1927-CW-RFB / Four Laning of Oddanchatram - Component A: Network Single Stage - Two Under IBRD / 84990 Prior Request for Bids Open - International 91,583,602.00 0.00 2016-09-25 2016-10-05 2016-10-06 2016-11-21 2017-02-10 2017-03-27 2017-09-23 Dharapuram Avinashipalayam Improvement Envelope Implementation Section of SH-37 (PPP-02) TNRSP II PPP 02 SH 37 / Four Laning of Oddanchatram - Dharapuram - Avinashipalayam Section of SH-37 ( TheProject State Highway ) from Km 37+400 Component A: Network Single Stage - Two Under IBRD / 84990 Prior Request for Bids Open - International 101,833,333.00 0.00 2017-04-07 2017-04-26 2017-04-26 2017-06-30 2017-07-06 2017-10-20 2017-12-12 2018-06-10 to Km 108+400 in the State of Improvement Envelope Implementation Tamil Nadu under TNRSP-II to be executed on Design, Build, Finance, Operate, Maintain and Transfer TNRSP II PPP 01 SH 15 / Project No.PPP01 - Four Laning of Gobi -Erode Section of SH-15 ( The Project State Highway ) from Km 123+000 to Km Component A: Network Single Stage - Two Under IBRD / 84990 Prior Request for Bids Open - International 43,168,333.00 0.00 2017-04-20 2017-05-03 2017-07-06 2017-10-20 2017-12-12 2018-06-10 153+600 in the State of Tamil Improvement Envelope Implementation Nadu under TNRSP-II to be exe
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