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Vessel Refit, Repair or Docking - Cost

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Revision History

Date Status ID Title
2008-05-12 Active C0414T Vessel Refit, Repair or Docking - Cost (2008-05-12) C0414T

Remarks – Recommended Use of SACC Item

Use the following clause in bid solicitations, for any vessel refit, repair and docking requirements.

Add or delete paragraphs as applicable.

Legal text for SACC item

The following costs must be included in the evaluation price:

  1. Services: include all costs for ship services such as water, steam, electricity, etc., required for vessel maintenance for the duration of the Contract.
    This price must be firm and is subject to increase only if the period of the Contract is extended with the approval of the Contracting Authority.
  2. Docking and Undocking include:
    1. all costs resulting from drydocking, wharfage, security, shoring, shifting and/or moving of the vessel within the successful Bidder's facility;
    2. the cost of services to tie up the vessel alongside and to cast off.
    Unless specified otherwise, the vessel will be delivered by Canada to the successful Bidder's facility alongside a mutually agreed safe transfer point, afloat and upright, and the successful Bidder will do the same when the Work is completed. The cost of services to tie up the vessel alongside and to cast off must be included in the evaluation price.
  3. Field Service Representatives/Supervisory Services: include all costs for field service representatives/supervisory services including manufacturers' representatives, engineers, etc.
    These services must not be an extra charge except where unscheduled work requiring these services is added to the Contract.
  4. Removals: include all costs for removals necessary to carry out the Work and will be the responsibility of the successful Bidder whether or not they are identified in the specifications, except those removals not apparent when viewing the vessel or examining the drawings. The successful Bidder will also be responsible for safe storage of removed items and reinstalling them on completion of the Work. The successful Bidder will be responsible for renewal of components damaged during removal.
  5. Sheltering, Staging, Cranage and Transportation: include the cost of all sheltering, staging including handrails, cranage and transportation to carry out the Work as specified.
    The successful Bidder will be responsible for the cost of any necessary modification of these facilities to meet applicable safety regulations.