The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) intends to award multiple Long-Term Agreements (initially for 3 years) with capable suppliers for the provision of multi-disciplinary engineering services in our global regions of operation, to the benefit of the WFP and other UN agencies.
The selected suppliers will be required to provide a broad range of engineering design services in support of various building and infrastructure projects.
WFP is currently investigating the market and invites eligible suppliers to express their interest in providing at least three (3) of the following services:
- Topographical Surveys
- Geotechnical Surveys
- Hydrological Surveys
- Civil Engineering Services
- Structural Engineering Services
- Mechanical Engineering Services
- Electrical Engineering Services
- Architectural Services
- Blast Design and Seismic Analysis
- Environmental / Sustainability Assessments
- Cost Estimation / Quantity Surveying
- Project Management
- Technical Peer Review
- Site Supervision
To participate in the pre-qualification exercise, companies are required to complete all sections of the Preliminary Capacity Questionnaire (link) available in the attached EOI document, and also submit copies of the following documents in pdf format via email:
- Proof of Legal of Registration e.g. Registration Certificate
- Registration Certificates of Key Professional Staff (with over 10 years of post-registration experience)
- Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance Cover
- Last two years audited accounts (or alternative that assessed within WFP’s discretion)
All supporting documentation listed above shall be prepared in accordance with the instructions provided and sent as attachments to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tender contains sustainability considerations for preventing or minimizing damage associated with climate change.
Energy efficiency, greenhouse gas reporting and emission offsetting
The tender contains sustainability considerations regarding local SMEs, local communities or disadvantaged groups.
Reserved labour opportunities for local communities, use of local materials, reserved procurements for local companies
The tender contains sustainability considerations promoting sustainability through the entire supply chain.
Sustainability requirements for tier 2 suppliers, identification and approval of subcontractors
The tender contains sustainability considerations promoting the sustainable use of resources.
Energy-saving measures, recycling, take-back programmes and responsible end-of-life management
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