Terminal Reconstruction Project
The Project Scope
SXM Airport has engaged an architectural firm (the Designer) for the redesign and preparation of the tender documents for the project.
The scope of the Terminal Building reconstruction works include, but is not limited to:
The Check-in, Arrival and Reclaim halls, security and departure areas, concession spaces, airlines, and SXM Airport offices, restrooms, utility rooms, vertical conveying systems, HVAC systems, electrical & electronics systems, fire alarm & protection system, flight information, and visual display systems, new passenger boarding bridges, baggage handling, and self-serve baggage drop system, security screening and surveillance equipment, automated border control systems, digital signage equipment, hold room seating and fixtures, furniture & appliances.
The Terminal Building area covers approximately 30,000 m2. The project will take a phased execution approach as the terminal must remain open and fully functional throughout the reconstruction period. The anticipated execution period is twenty-two (22) months.
Funding and Procurement
The project will be funded by the World Bank (WB) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) through a loan from the Government of St. Maarten to the SXM Airport. The Project consists of the P2 Building Works contract and eight separate Equipment Packages' contracts.
The WB's Standard Procurement Documents for international competitive procurement will be applied for the tender process and execution of the works. The conditions of contract for the ”Package 2 - Reconstruction of the Terminal Building” works will be based on the FIDIC® Conditions of Contract for CONSTRUCTION, Second Edition 2017 (Red Book) in conjunction with the WB's Particular Conditions. The Bidding Documents for the various Equipment Packages will be based on the WB's Request for Bids - Goods and/or Request for Proposal or Quotation.
General Procurement Notice
Grant No. TF0B0760
Project ID No. P167974
The Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company N.V. (PJIAE) has received financing in the amount of US$ 72 million equivalent from the World Bank (WB) toward the cost of the Airport Terminal Building Reconstruction Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works and services to be procured under this project. This project will be jointly financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the amount of US$ 50 million.
The project will include the procurement of separate Works and Equipment Packages including:
P2 - Reconstruction of the Terminal Building Works, referred to as Package 2 (P2), consists of a multi-phased primary construction package to reconstruct the existing Terminal Building which will comprise arrival, check-in and departures halls, security areas, concession and office spaces, restrooms, utility rooms, vertical conveying systems, HVAC, electrical & electronics systems, fire protection system, wayfinding, flight information and visual display systems. The P2 contractor will coordinate the installation of the separate Equipment Packages (EP).
EP-1 - Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBB) procurement package includes fixed walkways and apron drive boarding bridges, accessories and systems for four (4) contact gates.
EP-2 - Baggage Handling System (BHS) procurement package consists of a new BHS including inbound and outbound belt systems, sortation system, reclaim devices, makeup devices and controllers.
EP-4 - Self-Serve Baggage Drop (SSBD) procurement package includes innovative equipment allowing passengers to tag and insert their baggage directly into the BHS.
EP-5 - Digital Signage Equipment (DSE) procurement package includes LED monitors and systems, providing up-to-date information, advertising and messaging to passengers and airport staff (large screen video walls).
EP-7 - Furnishing, Fixtures and Appliances (FF&A) procurement package includes items such as trash and recycling bins, food court seating, canteen provisions and other miscellaneous furniture and appliances.
Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will be conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers (July 2016) (Procurement Regulations) and is open to all eligible firms and individuals as defined in the Procurement Regulations.
Specific procurement notices for contracts subject to open international competitive procurement will be announced, as they become available, in UN Development Business online, on the World Bank’s external website and on the Airport's website: https://www.sxmairport.com/terminal-reconstruction-overview.php.
Interested eligible firms and individuals who would wish to be considered for the provision of goods, works and services for the above mentioned project, or those requiring additional information, should contact the Borrower at the email address below: