تفاصيل المشروع

نظرة عامة

عنوان المشروع

Establishment of the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility Coordination Office - Affordable Coastal Protection - Phase 3

البرنامج القطري / خطة عمل
Tender / Procurement notice
9 مار 2019
Extension
23 مار 2019

منشور

23 مارس 2019

الموعد النهائي

31 مارس 2019

الميزانية

178 020 USD


نوع التزويد

الخدمات

المرجع

46500-001 Package Phase 3

وكالة التمويل

ADB - مصرف التنمية الأسيوي, EC - المفوضية الاوروبية, EIB - بنك الاستثمار الأوروبي, WB - البنك الدولي, AusAID - وزارة الخارجية والتجارة (الوكالة الاسترالية للتنمية الدولية), JICA - الوكالة اليابنية للتعاون الدولي, USSTATE - وزارة الخارجية الأمريكية


المدة المقدرة

7 الشهور


البلدان

جزر كوك , تيمور الشرقية , فيجي , كيريباس , جزر مارشال , ميكرونيزيا، ولايات - الموحدة , ناورو , بالاو , بابوا غينيا الجديدة, ساموا , جزر سليمان , تونغا , توفالو , فانواتو

EXTENSION
Deadline of Submitting EOI: 31-Mar-2019 11:59 PM Manila local time

Selection Profile

Consultant Type Firm
Selection Method Consultants' Qualifications Selection (CQS)
Source International
Technical Proposal Biodata Technical Proposal (BTP)

Selection Title Establishment of the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility Coordination Office - Affordable Coastal Protection

Package Number
Package Name Phase 3

Advance Action No

Engagement Period 7 MONTH

Consulting Services Budget USD 180,000

Budget Type Maximum

Approval Number 8345
Approval Date 27-Mar-2013
Estimated Short-listing Date 28-Mar-2019
Estimated Commencement Date 23-Apr-2019

Open to non-Member Countries No

Additional Information
Possibility of contract extension Not known
Possibility of consideration for downstream assignment Not known
Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) No

Country of assignment Regional

Country of eligibility for national consultants Same as country of assignment

Contact Information
Project Officer Sharyn Lena Bow
Designation Senior Project Officer (Infrastructure)
Asian Development Bank
Email sbow@adb.org

Agencies

Primary Agency Country Agency Role Contact Person
Asian Development Bank Regional Executing Agency Sharyn L. Bow

Publishing History

Type Publication Date Published By Duration of Advertisement Deadline
Original 09-Mar-2019 Syed Afif Haider 15 DAYS 23-Mar-2019

Cost Estimate

Competitive Items Amount in USD

Remuneration and Other Expenses
All activities and inputs in the TOR but not limited to remuneration, per diem, air travel, miscellaneous travel expenses, report preparation, production, and transmission, land transportation, communications, etc. 163,020
Sub-total

163,020

Non-Competitive Items Amount in USD

Contingency 15,000
Sub-total

15,000

TOTAL 178,020

Terms of Reference

Primary Expertise Affordable Coastal Protection in the Pacific islands – Phase 3

TOR Keywords

Objective and Purpose of the Assignment

PRIF is a multi-agency coordination mechanism aimed at improving the delivery of development
assistance from donors and development partners to the infrastructure sector in the Pacific
region. Current PRIF partners are Asian Development Bank (ADB), Australian Department of Foreign
Affairs and Trade (DFAT), European Investment Bank (EIB), European Union (EU), the Japan
International Cooperation Agency (JICA), New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
(NZMFAT), United States Department of State (US) and the World Bank Group.

PRIF supports infrastructure development and maintenance in Pacific Island Countries (PICs) through
coordination, research and technical assistance. The PRIF Coordination Office (PCO) is hosted by
the ADB Pacific Liaison Coordination Office (PLCO) in Sydney, Australia. It follows procurement
procedures and financial management in accordance with ADB practices.

Extensive coastlines and extreme climate conditions including storm surges and king tides make
Pacific island countries especially vulnerable to coastal erosion. Imported solutions are costly
and often inappropriate for local conditions and communities. With additional finance now available
to build resilience to the impacts of climate change, development partners are seeking technology
options that address these challenges and satisfy the additional requirements for adaptation of new
and existing infrastructure.

PRIF commissioned a first study, known as Phase 1, to develop innovative solutions to protect
coastlines. The research assessed existing knowledge and approaches to shoreline protection in the
region, based on technical, social and environmental criteria, and recommended approaches to
maximise the use of local materials and labour while minimising the need for imported goods and
equipment. Phase 2 developed laboratory simulations that tested the recommended options, in
conjunction with the University of New South Wales Water Research Laboratory – and provided
preliminary guidance for their usage. The reports from those two phases are available on the PRIF
web site: the “Affordable coastal protection desktop review” and the “Guidance for coastal
protection works”.

To pursue this guidance work, PRIF experts identified the need to increase knowledge on the various
coastal protection systems that are used in Pacific Island countries and on how to monitor their
performance before initiating trials of new revetments.

The knowledge gathered will allow to trial new coastal protection types and compare their
performance, and eventually lead to updates of construction standards in the region and to the roll
out of the new solutions in development projects.

The objective of Phase 3 of the PRIF-sponsored work is to build knowledge on existing coastal
protection infrastructure in the Pacific by developing a common methodology for monitoring their
performance, establishing a database of coastal protection sites and by identifying sites ready to
initiate the monitoring process. This initiative will set a baseline against with any future trials
of low-cost revetments can be compared.

The objective of the overall coastal protection program is the provision of affordable and low cost
revetments for less critical and lower exposure infrastructure and land areas. Demand for coastal
protection in PICs will increase significantly in coming years and investments of several million
dollars are expected. In that context, a combination of low-cost revetments, natural protections
and indigenous methods can be cleverly integrated to complement traditional and expensive solutions.

Experts Needed

International

Team Leadership from International Experts

Expertise or Position Inputs in PM Primary Place of Assignment
1 Coastal Engineer 3.5 Home Office, Other
2 GIS Database expert 1.5 Home Office, Other


Hyperlinks to Related Project Dossiers:

http://www.assortis.com/public/files/ADB547514.doc