CET10 and Clece will manage the ‘La Cebada’ Municipal Sports Center in the Central District of Madrid
(6-9-2022) The Madrid City Council has awarded the management of the ‘La Cebada’ Municipal Sports Center to the joint venture formed by CET10 and Clece. This is a five-year contract valued at more than 13 million euros.
CET10 continues to grow in Madrid. The Catalan manager of sports centers has been awarded the management of the Municipal Sports Center ‘La Cebada’, in the Central District of the Madrid capital. The Madrid City Council has awarded the service contract, valued at 13.5 million euros, to the Temporary Business Union called “Clece SA and Sport Partnership CET10”, formed between Clece and CET10.
The contract is awarded for an initial annual canon of 425,000 euros and has a term of execution of 5 years. These are computable from the date stipulated in the contract formalization document, and are scheduled to start on October 1, 2022. That is, the concession will last until the same month of October 2027.
This sports center consists of 7,720 square meters spread over seven floors, with different buildings and services located in the Plaza de la Cebada. A half mile from this complex is a Fitup gym and a Brooklyn Fitboxing studio. CDM La Cebada includes several gyms (occupying 350 square meters on the first and third floors), a sports court (960 square meters), two indoor swimming pools (a main one measuring 418 square meters and another for beginners measuring 78), a of directed activities, a physiotherapy area and a terrace (915 m2), among other provisions.
This sports center had been a claim from the La Latina neighborhood for several years. The initial forecast of the Madrid council, in 2017, was to finish the construction works of the CDM La Cebada in 2019. However, during that time the works were not carried out, whose plan was already approved. Construction began in 2019, with the forecast that it would be ready in 2021. But the pandemic forced the construction deadlines to be delayed by almost three years.
SIX OFFERS SUBMITTED
The proposal from the joint venture formed by Clece and CET10 prevailed over the other five offers submitted: Aossa Global, Sport Studio Servicios Deportivos; Management and Dynamization of Sports Spaces; Forus and Serveo Services.
The Clece and CET10 proposal was the one that offered the most money in its economic offer (425,000 euros). Only the 410,000 euros proposed by Management and Dynamization of Sports Spaces came close. Far below were the 148,000 euros of Serveo; the 20,350 of Forus; the 20,300 from Sports Studio Servicios Deportivos and the 20,000 from Aossa Global.
The joint venture between Clece and CET10 obtained a total score of 97.44 points, well above the 67.42 for Management and Dynamization of Sports Venues. Serveo, the third, obtained 43.60 points.
CDM La Cebada will be the 13th center that CET10 will manage in Spain. Currently, it manages 12 in four different autonomous communities: Catalonia (8); Valencian Community (2); Madrid and the Balearic Islands (1).