Wave Hub Ltd is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced due diligence provider to support us in assessing the suitability of floating wind developers for deployment at the Wave Hub site in Cornwall.
The requirements for the Tender Return are detailed within the Invitation To Tender, which is available by emailing email@example.com
You should note that in order to be considered for this contract you are required to supply a fully compliant Tender Return by 12:00 on Monday 17th June. Tender Returns should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Two clarifications were received by the deadline of 5pm on 10th June 2019:
- Q: The tender states that experience of carrying out due diligence consultancy in the offshore wind sector is essential. Our company team members, which include one contractor, have extensive experience in undertaking offshore wind due diligence, however this experience was gained from previous employment outside of our company. Please can you advise if this experience is considered compliant?
- A: Experience gained during employment with a previous company will be considered. The experience of subcontractors assigned to the project will also be taken into account.
- Q: Is it possible to offer an alternative methodology for assessing project developers and their associated floating wind and hybrid floating wind/wave technology? If this is acceptable should we submit two tenders, one compliant and one non-compliant?
- A: The due diligence must have a ‘red flag’ due diligence phase and a detailed due diligence phase. The ITT lists a number of topics that should be covered by the due diligence work. This is an essential minimum requirement, but we are open to suggestions that expand on the minimum requirements. Only compliant tenders will be considered.