Punjab Tourism for Economic growth Project (PTEGP) has announce through publishing of advertisement regarding hiring of firm for development of integrated Site Management Plan (ISMP). Government of Punjab, Planning & Development Board in collaboration with World Bank Group (WBG), is implementing Punjab Tourism for Economic Growth (PTEG) Project with the total project cost of USD 55 million over five years.
The Government of Punjab, has received financing from the International development Association (IDA) toward the cost of the
Punjab Tourism for Growth (PTEG) Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the consulting services: “Hiring of Firm for Development of Integrated Site Management Plans (ISMPs).“
The project arms to promote tourism sector by strengthening the institutional capacity through better skills development, increase
private sector participation and improve infrastructure services in support of the tourism sector in the province of Punjab. The Project aims to address these outcomes by supporting the government in developing integrated Site management plans (ISMPs)
based on International best practices, building the capacity of the relevant stakeholders to implement the plans; tap the economic
potential of the cultural and creative industries creating opportunities of livelihood for the local communities; and to promote cultural pluralism through cultural awareness and heritage education.
Firms should provide Information about their eligibility and competencies in the following areas:
- Existence as a legal Entity: Legal incorporation or establishment and registration.
- General experience: At least 10(ten) years, experience of advisory services in the field of heritage projects.
- Specific experience:Documented experience of completing at least one project in Tourism-related. Cultural and for Heritage Projects in last 5 years. Including development of site management plans, institutional, legal and implementation. Experience in the region shall be accorded due weightage.
- The applicant firms must not be debarred to participate in the competition process by World Bank, Bank’s debarment list will be used for reference.
- Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. Complete detail of any such joint venture or sub-consultancy shall be required i.e description of the organization of the joint venture/consortium/association must clearly define the expected role of each of the entity in the joint venture in delivering the requirements of the contract.
A Consultant shall be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consult and guidelines, selection and employment of consultants under IBRD loans and IDA credits & grants by the World Bank borrowers January 2011, revised July 2014.