|Loan No||8656- ALB|
|Source of Loan/Financed by:||World Bank|
|Loan Amount by Currency||63.8 milionė Euro|
|Project Title||Project for Integrated Urban and Tourism Development (PIUTD)|
|Description of the Project||
Budget: 63.8 million Euros
Financed by: World Bank
Timeline: 2017 2022. The project has become effective in April 2017 and shall take 5 years.
Geographic coverage: 3 regions (Vlora, Berati, Gjirokastra); 4 municipalities (Saranda, Gjirokastra, Berati, Pėrmeti) and the tourist corridor going through this region.;
Beneficiaries: 84 thousand inhabitants and about 300 thousand tourists.
Objective: Improve urban infrastructure, promote tourism, and strengthen institutional capacities to support tourism and develop the local economy in selected areas in the south of Albania.
Component 1. Urban design and improvement of infrastructure
Finances the drafting of projects for the implementation of urban projects and for improving the municipality infrastructure in four urban centers: Saranda, Gjirokastra, Berati, and Pėrmeti. Investments in these selected municipalities shall include the rehabilitation of the following:
Public spaces (e.g. parks, squares, pedonale / pedestrian streets (pedestrian streets);
Road network, intermodal junctions and accompanying infrastructure (.e.g. sidewalks, crossroads, road lights, bicycle lanes, bus stations);
Restoration of selected buildings of heritage and facades of selected buildings, and Improve tourist areas (e.g. entry roads, visitor centers, parking places, tourist road signs).
Rehabilitation of the water supply shall be supported accordingly.
This component shall also finance the preparation of urban projects, feasibility studies, engineering projects, and the supervision of construction projects; the underground infrastructure shall be part of the improved road network, when necessary.
Component 2. Improvement of touristic sites
Finances investments intended at improving tourist sites to be selected along the touristic corridor in the South Albania. Investments shall include the restoration of objects of cultural heritage and asset, and the improvement of the support infrastructure. This component is also going to finance the preparation of the visibility studies, site management plans, engineering projects, and supervision of construction projects.
Component 3. Tourism and product development market
This component is going to finance capacity building activities for improving municipality management and tourism-based local economic development.
Consultant Services for identification, design of prioritized measures
to address urgent safety concerns and prevent loss of heritage structures in the castle
Shėrbime konsulente pėr identifikimin, hartimin e masave me pėrparėsi pėr tė adresuar shqetėsimet urgjente tė sigurisė dhe parandalimin e humbjes sė strukturave tė trashėgimisė kulturore nė kėshtjellėn e Gjirokastrės.
|Reference No.||AL -ADF-123249-CS-CQ|
|Estimated / Ceiling Value ALL without VAT|
|Type of Contract||Public Service Contract|
|Procurement Method||International Competitive Bidding|
|Stage Procedure||Announced Procurement|
|Tender Announcement Date||06-08-2019|
|Opening Date for Submission of Bids||06-08-2019|
|Closing Date for Submission of Bids||27-08-2019|
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|Successful Bidder /Supplier / Provider||
|The winning bid ALL without vat|
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|Contract Value including VAT|
|Contract Milestones Due Dates||
The assignment is expected to be completed within 12.5 months, from the date of
signing the contract and the level of inputs required are 21 man/months.
The firm will be contracted under a lump sum contract. The consultant is expected to start the service on September 2019 until October 2020.
The scope of work of this assignment is to reduce the risk of rapid deterioration and
damage to heritage structures at the site, and the objectives of this consultancy is:
To develop up-to-date conservation plans for the site, and to agree these plans with relevant stakeholders;
To perform the desktop studies, physical investigations and surveys required ahead of developing proposed interventions;
To prepare preliminary concept designs for intervention and monitoring options for short, medium and long-term conservation at the site;
To prioritize the preliminary options proposed, taking into account the on impact to heritage value, risks mitigated, costs, and input from relevant stakeholders;
To provide detailed designs for the agreed high priority intervention measures and monitoring implementation;
The consultant should be an International Firm. The selection method to be applied will be Consultant Qualification Selection (CQS), in accordance with the procedures set out the World Banks Guidelines Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011, revised July 2014).
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