Kosovo’s KOSTT is looking for consulting services for Transmission Network project

Kosovo’s KOSTT is looking for consulting services for Transmission Network project

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December 15, 2017






December 15, 2017





Kosovo Electricity Transmission, System and Market Operator (KOSTT) has announced its invitation for expression of interest for consulting services for the project Development of the Energy Sector VI and VII – Improvement of Transmission Network.

This international open tender is open to consultants who could provide expertise of engineering, tendering, design and project management services to the Project Executing Agency (PEA) to ensure the delivery of the project with respect to time, cost and quality.

The duration of the Consultant’s assignment for the preparation and implementation of the Phase VI and VII is estimated with 40 months, considering that the project shall be completed latest November 2021.

The prequalification for consulting services will be guided by the latest version of the “Guidelines for Assignment of Consultants in Financial Co-operation with Partner Countries”

Submission deadline is 22 January, 2018.

It is foreseen to assign the services to an independent consultant firm with proven experience in the design and supervision of construction of similar projects. Consulting firms with regional experience in Kosovo and/or South East Europe are preferred.

The Bidder shall show a necessary average annual turnover of more than EUR 1.7 million over the last three years.

A consortium or joint venture needs to show a total average annual turnover of EUR 2.0 million over the last three years, whereas the lead partner shall show an average annual turnover of more than EUR 1.2 million.

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status and is in line with UNSCR 1244/99 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.
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