Transparency Notice of ITN Issue: South West Region Multi Activity Contract
| Published July 26, 2016 - Deadline December 13, 2016
This Notice serves to announce the issue of an Invitation to Negotiate. It is not to seek expressions of interest for a new opportunity.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) is seeking expressions of interest, via the completion of the Pre Qualification Questionnaire, from Potential Providers (PPs) for managing and delivering the Soft Facilities Management services (Soft FM) detail in this advert, at sites within the South West region where the Ministry of Defence (MOD) operates covering the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Bristol, Wiltshire,Gloucestershire and part of Hampshire. This Contract is seventh of a number of regional contracts which will be advertised as part of Project HESTIA over two years, which will deliver Soft FM to MOD sites across the UK. PPs must be in a position to bid for the entirety of this contract, whether as a single prime contractor or as a Special Purpose Vehicle/consortium of organisations acting together to deliver the services.
The services required are detailed below, but they may not be required at every site within the region:
Swimming Pool Administration;
Gymnasium and Sports Facilities;
Photographic, Graphic and Reprographic Services;
Stores and Supply Services;
Military mess and non-mess based catering/other short term catering;
Military mess accommodation/hotel services (including cleaning and bookings);
Cleaning, general and specialist;
Tele-communications Support Service;
Administrative Support Services;
Weapons and Munitions Storage.
In addition to the required services above, there is a business opportunity to provide additional retail and leisure at each of the sites, including unofficial and private functions.
This competition will be conducted under the Competitive Negotiated Procedure and in accordance with the Defence and Security Public Contract Regulations (2011). PPs should note that once the contract has been placed, the negotiated procedure without prior publication might be adopted for the procurement of new services which constitute a repetition of similar services carried out under the original contract.