Proposal Overview

Report
REPUBLIKA E KOSOVËS
REPUBLIKA KOSOVO / REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO
QEVERIA E KOSOVËS / VLADA KOSOVO /GOVERNMENT OF KOSOVO
EVALUATION OVERVIEW
17 November 2014
BREZOVICA RESORT
• Kosovo priority project: Brezovica
Resort Development Project has
been deemed a project of national
significance, important to the
economic development of the Strpce
Municipality and to the broader
national economy.
• Overall objective: Attract an
experienced private
operator/developer to finance,
develop, and operate Brezovica,
developing as a world class year-round
tourism and recreational facility for
both local and international visitors.
Implementation Overview
ELIGIBLE BIDDERS
• Four eligible Bidders, but protracted
procurement process and other factors limited
interest in the opportunity.
• Full expectation of receiving at least two bids,
but at last minute, MK Group decided not to
present a proposal
• In accordance with paragraph 5 of article 32 of
Law No. 04/L‐042 on Public Procurement, the
Contracting Authority has the right to proceed
with contracting in the event that it receives
fewer than two responsive tenders, subject to
PPRC notification.
• Evaluation Committee requested and received
an expert opinion from international experts in
mountain resort design and business planning
to determine whether proposal meets ISC
objectives
Proposal Overview
BIDDER PROFILE
OUTDOOR
KOSOVA
French
French
French/Andorran
Kosovar
Compagnie des Alpes is a
publicly-traded French company
engaged in the development and
operation of mountain resorts.
CDA is involved in the operation
of ski lifts; and equips, maintains,
and operates ski areas and tourist
sites. In addition, CDA is involved
in real estate sales and project
management activities, as well as
finance and reinsurance.
MDP Consulting is a
globally
renowned
mountain resort planning
and design firm. MDP also
provides
project
management and oversight
services
for
resort
development (from concept
to turn-key delivery).
PGI
is
a
management
services
firm
focused on ski and
mountain business.
PGI Management
has more than 50
years managing ski
resorts.
Outdoor Kosovo
is a Kosovarowned company
dedicated to the
promotion of ecotourism.
Key subcontractors include:
Egis is a French engineering group principally involved in the areas of infrastructure and transport
systems, planning, water and environment.
French airport operator and an equity investor in the Pristina International Airport
concessionaire. They have committed to marketing and promotion of BRDP.
PROPOSAL OVERVIEW
Key proposal parameters:
• Development concept is flexible to meet demand levels and
contemplates a €410 million infrastructure investment over term of
project
• €165 million invested in capital improvements in the first three years
• 7000 beds spread over three villages connected by roads and shuttles
• Diverse multi-use facilities to ensure year-round tourism (including a
CDA-style aqua-park)
• Strong commitment to environmental sustainability
• Expected creation of 3050 jobs (923 on-resort positions), in addition
to temporary jobs associated with construction
• World-class ski facilities, with over 100km of slopes, modern
equipment, and highest safety and quality standards in the region
• Self-sustainable resort in which the private partner will be responsible
for all infrastructure (roads, sewerage, water treatment, utilities, etc.),
requiring no public investment
• Competitive resort pricing
Proposal positions BRDP to be the premier mountain resort in the Balkans
Objectives
Offer
PROPOSED
RESORT
DEVELOPMENT
PHASING
Duration
Investment
Phase 1
Disassemble and replace the
existing resort with a High Quality,
Medium-sized and all-year round
destination
Ski Area
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1 multi-slides playground
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2 snow park playgrounds
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35 km of slopes
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Slopes extending over 100
ha
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7 ski lifts and 3 slow moving
conveyors for beginners
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Capacity to host 4,500 skiers
simultaneously
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1 sledge trail of 2 km long
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Night skiing installation
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Other Activities
Aqua park
Biking trails
Aerial adventure Park
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Accommodation and Services
2000 beds
Ski School
Ski rentals
Shops
2 Altitude restaurants
Restaurants and bars
Night clubs
Construction: Year 1 to Year 3
Exploitation: Year 2 to Year 7
164,287,000
Phase 2
Phase 3
Extension of the resort to offer a
complete set of activities
Extension of the ski area to real
World Class international
standards (scale)
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Ski Area
1 new beginner area
1 snow park and 1 boarder
cross on the snow front
12 additional slopes
25 km of additional slopes
(network of over 60 km)
Another 50 hectares of
additional ski area
new major lifts and 2 slow
motion
Additional capacity of 8,000
skiers
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Other Activities
Extension of the aqua park
Mini golf
Indoor Sports Complex
(climbing wall, football,
basketball, squash,…)
Accommodation and Services
Additional 3000 beds
Development of the
Ecolodge in the Hamlet
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Supermarket
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10,000m2 Conventions
Centre
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Cinema
Ski Area
23 additional slopes
Adding another 40 km of
slopes
Additional 115 hectares of
slopes
major lifts
Increasing capacity to
accommodate additional
7000 skiers
Other Activities
Accommodation and Services
Additional 2000 beds
Additional Shops
New restaurants
New altitude restaurants
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Construction: Year 8 to Year 9
Exploitation: Year 8 to Year 15
Construction: Year 16 to Year 17
Exploitation: Year 17+
152,541,000
92,681,000
Piste Offering
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High altitude restaurant / F&B offerings
Rescue and information structures
First Aid Medical Center
Signage
Avalanche security system
Artificial snow system
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100 km of slopes
260 hectares of slopes
20 lifts
Capacity to host 15,000 skiers simultaneously
Site Development
Proposal notes the need to preserve and integrate natural beauty and
existing site landscape.
Three distinctive areas designated for construction:
• The Village is the principal residential space and welcome center. It is
located at the bottom of the slopes, at 1,700 m high, where the
existing ski resort is and on the opposite southern mountain. The
space sits on 20 hectares and is 1.5 km long.
• The Valley hosts a recreational area with the implementation of an
Aquapark, and a 2,000 parking spaces located in the valley at 1,000m
high which completes a residential area. This avoids congestion of
the 7 km access road.
• The Hamlet to the West of the resort, a small hamlet of thirty to fifty
lodgings resides at the border of the woods, providing its inhabitants
an eco-tourism location.
All areas connected by shuttle service and served by new parking
facilities
Next Steps
POST-AWARD
BRDP Post-Award Timeline & Security Structure
Bid
Submission
Contract
Effective Date
Sign
Contract
Contract Incorporate
Award
SPE
- - - Conditions Precedent - - -
- - - - - 90 days - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 180 days - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Tender Security of Selected Bidder
Tender Security = € 250,000
Tender Validity Period: 270 days
Performance Security
Performance Security
Construction: 10% of value of works (€16.5M)
Operation & Maintenance: €250,000
VII.3 Conditions Prior to Contract Formalization (90 days)
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Incorporation of SPV (within 21 days of Definitive Award)
Shareholder Requirements
Confirmation of Legal Eligibility and Shareholder Disclosures
Draft Master Plan Zoning document (within 60 days of Definitive Award)
VII.4 Conditions Precedent to Contract Effective Date
• Baseline documentation (Definitive Master Plan, Environmental Management Plan, etc.)
• Verification of Financial Close
• Performance Securities
• Relevant Consents
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