Since their opening in 1962, the IAEA NA Laboratories in Seibersdorf had not received a comprehensive renovation or significant upgrading of equipment, and in recent years they have increasingly struggled to meet Member State demands. Recognizing the need to modernize the NA laboratories in Seibersdorf, the IAEA developed a plan in 2014 to significantly enhance the capabilities of the laboratories through the IAEA ReNuAL/ReNuAL+ projects. This initiative provided new buildings for 4 of the 8 NA laboratories in Seibersdorf and an enhanced capability through provision of a Linear Accelerator facility for the Dosimetry Laboratory. ReNuAL 2 was established as a continuation of the ReNuAL and ReNuAL+ programme for modernisation of the Agency’s Nuclear Applications Laboratories at Seibersdorf. It will consist of the construction of a new building (FML 2) for the remaining 3 NA laboratories (Plant Breeding and Genetics Laboratory, Nuclear Sciences and Instrumentation Laboratory and Terrestrial Environment Laboratory) and will provide a refurbished and enhanced space for the Dosimetry Laboratory in the existing NA building. The project will also include new greenhouses to replace the existing ones as well as any upgrade to the site infrastructure to service these new buildings.
Suppliers shall meet the following criteria:
- The supplier shall have a corporate image associated, directly or indirectly, to values and ideas consistent with the IAEA’s Statute and mission.
- The supplier shall not be:
- included in the Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List or otherwise associated with, or support terrorism;
- involved in unethical business practices, including complicity in human rights abuses, use or toleration of forced or compulsory labor and/or child labor;
- involved in the manufacture, sale or distribution of arms and/or munitions;
- involved in the manufacture, sale or distribution of landmines and/or cluster-bombs;
- involved in the manufacture or distribute products widely recognized as harmful to public health, such as tobacco or alcohol;
- involved in gambling, exploitative, fraudulent or corrupt practices;
- operating in violation of IAEA issued regulations regarding safety and security;
- included in the UN’s blacklist of debarred or suspended suppliers.
Language: The EOI shall be in the English language.
Format and form of submission of the EOI: The EOI shall be submitted by e-mail to:
EOIs shall not be sent either directly or indirectly (in copy or forwarded message) to any other IAEA e-mail or official.
The subject line of the e-mail shall read (in this same order): “R-EOI No. 437325-RL, Partnership for the Nuclear Sciences and Applications Laboratories”.
Each attachment file shall not be larger than 4MB. The total size of one e-mail shall not exceed 20MB
Deadline: April 14, 2021
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