Nuclear island heat exchangers, France and UK (Deadline: 18 August 2010)

5 August 2010

The works currently identified include design, manufacturing, on-site transportation and related services of the nuclear island heat exchangers.

The scope of works for the proposed contract includes: studies, supply, manufacturing, erection (only supervision for UK lot), controls, factory tests, on site testings and commissioning for these equipments.

Each EPR unit comprises between 50 and 80 tanks for the Nuclear Island.

Global and potential quantities are:

For UK lot:

— 2 firm units,

— 2 options of one unit.

For Penly lot:

— 1 firm unit.

(Penly unit and Hinkley Point 1 unit start at the same date).

One contract per lot:

1) UK 6321 (UK lot): Studies, supply, manufacturing, erection supervision and commissioning of tanks for Hinkley point, Somerset, England;

2) PE 6321 (French lot): Studies, supply, manufacturing, erection and commissioning of tanks for Penly, Northern of France.

II.1.2)Type of contract and location of works, place of delivery or of performance



Main place of delivery 1) UK 6321 (UK lot)

— Hinkley point nuclear power plant (2 firm units),

— other Nuclear power plants in the UK (2 options of one unit).

2) PE 6321 (French lot)

— Penly 3 nuclear power plant (Penly lot, 1 firm unit).

The options locations will be precized in the coming invitation to tender.


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Information and formalities necessary for evaluating if requirements are met: To be selected for the invitation to tender, the candidates shall answer and submit a pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ), which is available on the Portail Achats website ( as an attachement in request for information (rfi_52668).

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