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Stairwell Cleaning Services (Close Cleaning)

North Lanarkshire Council | Published January 27, 2016
Winner
Caledonian Maintenance Services Ltd
cpvs
90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The Council has a requirement to provide Stairwell Cleaning Services across its property portfolio. The requirement is to provide a clean, tidy and pleasant environmental for tenants and residents to live in.
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The Stairwell Cleaning Service or Close Cleaning as it is known locally involves the weekly cyclic cleaning of the communal areas of approximately 700 public sector flatted or maisonette properties, up to 5 floors in height. These properties are located across North Lanarkshire in all of the main towns and many are multi tenure, however the majority of residents are council tenants.
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In addition to the weekly cleaning cycle, common area windows would be washed per month, and walls and any associated bin store floor surface washed down every three months. In many areas a more extensive deep clean treatment will be required whereby all front and rear entrance doors and screens including framework washed and cleaned both sides. Floor surfaces, up risers and stair surfaces to be machine scrubbed (contractor to supply own power source); all banisters to be scrubbed clean, all walls, under side of stairs (ceilings) to be washed clean including lights, pipes and ledges. All graffiti removed from all surfaces and front and rear entrance porch / canopy areas to be power washed where applicable.
CPV: 90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300.

Stairwell Cleaning Services (Close Cleaning).

North Lanarkshire Council | Published January 29, 2016
Winner
Caledonian Maintenance Services Ltd
cpvs
90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The Council has a requirement to provide Stairwell Cleaning Services across its property portfolio. The requirement is to provide a clean, tidy and pleasant environmental for tenants and residents to live in.

The Stairwell Cleaning Service or Close Cleaning as it is known locally involves the weekly cyclic cleaning of the communal areas of approximately 700 public sector flatted or maisonette properties, up to 5 floors in height. These properties are located across North Lanarkshire in all of the main towns and many are multi tenure, however the majority of residents are council tenants.

In addition to the weekly cleaning cycle, common area windows would be washed per month, and walls and any associated bin store floor surface washed down every 3 months. In many areas a more extensive deep clean treatment will be required whereby all front and rear entrance doors and screens including framework washed and cleaned both sides. Floor surfaces, up risers and stair surfaces to be machine scrubbed (contractor to supply own power source); all banisters to be scrubbed clean, all walls, under side of stairs (ceilings) to be washed clean including lights, pipes and ledges. All graffiti removed from all surfaces and front and rear entrance porch / canopy areas to be power washed where applicable.

Stairwell Cleaning Services (Close Cleaning)

North Lanarkshire Council | Published July 16, 2015  -  Deadline August 18, 2015
cpvs
90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The Council has a requirement to provide Stairwell Cleaning Services across its property portfolio. The requirement is to provide a clean, tidy and pleasant environmental for tenants and residents to live in. . The Stairwell Cleaning Service or Close Cleaning as it is known locally involves the weekly cyclic cleaning of the communal areas of approximately 700 public sector flatted or maisonette properties, up to 5 floors in height. These properties are located across North Lanarkshire in all of the main towns and many are multi tenure, however the majority of residents are council tenants. . In addition to the weekly cleaning cycle, common area windows would be washed per month, and walls and any associated bin store floor surface washed down every three months. In many areas a more extensive deep clean treatment will be required whereby all front and rear entrance doors and screens including framework washed and cleaned both sides. Floor surfaces, up risers and stair surfaces to be machine scrubbed (contractor to supply own power source); all banisters to be scrubbed clean, all walls, under side of stairs (ceilings) to be washed clean including lights, pipes and ledges. All graffiti removed from all surfaces and front and rear entrance porch / canopy areas to be power washed where applicable. CPV: 90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300.

Stairwell Cleaning Services (Close Cleaning).

North Lanarkshire Council | Published July 21, 2015  -  Deadline August 18, 2015
cpvs
90600000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The Council has a requirement to provide Stairwell Cleaning Services across its property portfolio. The requirement is to provide a clean, tidy and pleasant environmental for tenants and residents to live in. The Stairwell Cleaning Service or Close Cleaning as it is known locally involves the weekly cyclic cleaning of the communal areas of approximately 700 public sector flatted or maisonette properties, up to 5 floors in height. These properties are located across North Lanarkshire in all of the main towns and many are multi tenure, however the majority of residents are council tenants. In addition to the weekly cleaning cycle, common area windows would be washed per month, and walls and any associated bin store floor surface washed down every three months. In many areas a more extensive deep clean treatment will be required whereby all front and rear entrance doors and screens including framework washed and cleaned both sides. Floor surfaces, up risers and stair surfaces to be machine scrubbed (contractor to supply own power source); all banisters to be scrubbed clean, all walls, under side of stairs (ceilings) to be washed clean including lights, pipes and ledges. All graffiti removed from all surfaces and front and rear entrance porch / canopy areas to be power washed where applicable. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=406755

Window-cleaning services

North Lanarkshire Council | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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Window-cleaning services

Provision of Window and Glazing Cleaning

North Lanarkshire Council | Published March 24, 2016
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45452000, 90911300, 90911000

Provision of Window and Glazing Cleaning

Forgewood and Garrion Housing Co-op Concierge and Cleaning Services

Forgewood Housing Cooperative Ltd | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
cpvs
131310, 192100

Cleaning and Concierge services for a new community centre / office building in Forgewood, Motherwell and cleaning services for an existing community centre / office building in Gowkthrapple, Wishaw.

Parts of cleaning machines

North Lanarkshire Council | Published November 18, 2016
Winner
DMG Floorcare Ltd
cpvs
42972000, 39713410

North Lanarkshire Council wishes to establish a single lot contract for the Provision of a Building Machine Repairs and Annual Portable Appliance Testing service for Building Cleaning Equipment throughout the geographical area of North Lanarkshire.

North Lanarkshire Council's, Facility Support Services has over 3 215 pieces of cleaning equipment at approximately 325 sites throughout North Lanarkshire including tub vacuum cleaners, rotary machine buffers and floor polishers, carpet shampooers, hand held scrubber driers and ride on scrubber driers.

On occasions, cleaning equipment will require adhoc repair work (including but not exclusive of, mechanical/electrical faults whilst an annual portable appliance test should be undertaken on each piece of equipment on an annual basis

The maximum call out period to any ad hoc repair work is 48 hours from point of call.It is the responsibility of the successful tenderer to ensure that an adequate supply of parts is held to ensure that repairs are processed within a 48 hour response time.

Parts of cleaning machines

North Lanarkshire Council | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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North Lanarkshire Council's, Facility Support Services has over 3 215 pieces of cleaning equipment at approximately 325 sites throughout North Lanarkshire including tub vacuum cleaners, rotary machine buffers and floor polishers, carpet shampooers, hand held scrubber driers and ride on scrubber driers.

Window-cleaning services

North Lanarkshire Council | Published March 3, 2017
Winner
Caledonian Maintenance Services Ltd
cpvs
90911300

North Lanarkshire Council wishes to establish a multi lot contract for the Provision of a Window and Glazing Cleaning Service.

North Lanarkshire is the 4th largest council in Scotland with a population of over 326 000 with its headquarters based at the Civic Centre in Motherwell. Its main towns are Airdrie, Bellshill, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Motherwell, and Wishaw.

The Council has various buildings and structures that requires window and glazing cleaning ranging from Grade A listed historical buildings through to state of the art new constructions including towers or buildings of up to 20 floors. The use of these buildings varies from teaching spaces and offices through to, care centres, specialist structures, libraries, town halls and accommodation.

Council buildings, structures and locations that require a window and glazing cleaning service have been broken down in to 3 separate lots as per section II.2) of this contract notice.

Lot 1 comprises of buildings and property that allows North Lanarkshire Council and its Arms Length External Organisations (ALEO's) to undertake its daily operational business as well as facilities utilised by the general public. Requirements within Lot include but are not limited to, small single storey buildings to large office complexes up to 10 storeys, depots and warehouses, leisure centres, libraries and halls.

Lot 1 also contains a number of specialist structures that require glazing to be cleaned due to their specialist design features.

A number of buildings within this lot will require specialist access techniques to be utilised due to design features to undertake and complete requirements. As a result, the successful Bidder may be required to undertake works via specialist access methods such as: Long water fed poles, Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, self propelled booms, cradles and rope access and have to demonstrate their ability and experience to undertake such work.

Lot 2 comprises of all Educational establishments maintained by the Councils Facility Support Services on behalf of the Councils Education, Skills and Youth Employment Service. Lot 2 requirements include: Nursery Schools, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Additional Support Schools.

Currently there are 17 campuses within Lot 2 that are Public Private Partnership (PPP) buildings. These schools are owned by ENGIE and as a result, the successful Bidder within Lot 2 may have to undergo a separate vetting process in order to undertake work at PPP schools.

A number of buildings within this lot will require specialist access techniques to be utilised due to design features to undertake and complete requirements. As a result, the successful Bidder may be required to undertake works via specialist access methods such as: Long water fed poles, Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, self propelled booms, cradles and rope access and have to demonstrate their ability and experience to undertake such work.

Due to the nature of the surroundings that work is required to be undertaken within Lot 2, the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 may be applicable.

Lot 3 comprises of all Residential and Care Establishments. Requirements within this lot include Sheltered Housing Complexes, Care Homes, Day Care Centres and any other Care Facility the Council operates.

A number of buildings within this lot will require specialist access techniques to be utilised due to design features to undertake and complete requirements. As a result, the successful Bidder may be required to undertake works via specialist access methods such as: Long water fed poles, Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, self propelled booms, cradles and rope access and have to demonstrate their ability and experience to undertake such work

Due to the nature of the surroundings that work is required to be undertaken within Lot 3, the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 may be applicable.

Forgewood and Garrion Housing Co-op Concierge and Cleaning Services

Forgewood Housing Cooperative Ltd | Published April 4, 2017
Winner
Abm Uk
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Cleaning and Concierge services for a new community centre / office building in Forgewood, Motherwell and cleaning services for an existing community centre / office building in Gowkthrapple, Wishaw.

FM Service Provision

Currie & Brown UK Limited | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
cpvs
199999

The procurement of an FM Services Provider is required for the delivery of the FM services at the premises of Perth and Kinross Council at Pullar House. The contract is a PFI contract in its 16th year, with an expiry date of September 2024, with an option to extend for not less than 15 years exercisable at the discretion of the Authority. This procurement exercise forms part of the market testing requirements under the original PFI contract. List of services: - Hard FM (M&E and fabric) – including PPM and Reactive Maintenance - Reporting - Archiving - Window Cleaning - Security systems - Helpdesk

Roof Fabric Replacement Works at Private Sector Properties 32, 34(C,D,G,H), 36 Calder St, Coatbridge

North Lanarkshire Council | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline March 25, 2016
cpvs
399999

The proposed works consist of the removal of the slate roof covering and replacement with concrete interlocking tiles to the three-storey mid-terraced tenement block above the privately-owned properties at 32,34 (C,D,G,H), 36 Calder Street, Coatbridge. The works shall entail cleaning / decontamination work to the roof-space and the undertaking of rot eradication work and structural timber replacement. Associated works comprise the removal and replacement of timber fascias and soffits, stone mullion and window renewal; the renewal of all rainwater and foul water drainage pipes and the removal and recoating of render to rear stairwells and chimneys. The Economic Operator shall take account of the requirement to provide and maintain pedestrian access at the footpath / walkway below any scaffolding provided in connection with the works. Access shall be ensured at all times to owners / occupiers of the flats and shops and to members of the general public. The Economic Operator will be responsible for providing all insurances and related costs.

Framework Agreement for Flat Roofing Repairs and Replacement

North Lanarkshire Council | Published March 22, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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45260000, 45261000, 45261100, 45261200, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261220, 45261420, 45261900, 45261910, 45261920, 45260000, 45261000, 45261100, 45261200, 45261211, 45261212, 45261220, 45261210, 45261420, 45261900, 45261910, 45261920, 45260000, 45261000, 45261100, 45261200, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261220, 45261420, 45261900, 45261910, 45261920

North Lanarkshire Council is looking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor(s) to undertake the repair and replacement of flat roof surfaces to various locations within the geographic boundaries of North Lanarkshire Council and is applicable to the non-housing corporate property portfolio including properties which are the responsibility of the Council's arms length organisations (ALEOS).
Typically properties include schools, nurseries, libraries, sports centres, office accommodation and community centres.
The work comprises (but not limited to):
erecting and dismantling scaffolding;
removing defective roof coverings and disposing;
repairing flat roof coverings e.g. cold applied liquid waterproofing;
renewing flat roof coverings with cold applied liquid waterproofing;
associated repairs/replacement e.g. rafters, sarking, fascias, verges, rooflights etc;
associated leadwork repairs and replacement;
investigating and repairing roof leaks generally;
making good internal finishings e.g. plasterboard ceilings etc;
repairing/replacing rainwater goods;
cleaning out gutters and downpipes;
painterwork e.g. fascias, gutters (including potential high level;
insulation boarding; and
all other associated flat roof accessories
The works will involve normal response repairs, immediate response repairs planned maintenance work and replacement works for larger job types.
The Framework comprises two Lots as follows:
Lot 1 – reactive and planned maintenance work with a value generally less than 10000GBP. A single contractor shall be appointed.
Lot 2 – planned maintenance and replacement work with a value generally more than 10000GBP. It is envisaged that 5 contractors shall be appointed.
CPV: 45260000, 45261000, 45261100, 45261200, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261220, 45261420, 45261900, 45261910, 45261920.

Corrosion Works - Time Capsule, Coatbridge

North Lanarkshire Council | Published November 13, 2015
Winner
Gabre Uk Ltd
cpvs
391000, 391011, 391012, 399999

There is a main steel structure with masonry walls, large curtain wall areas, profiled insulated metal roof, reinforced concrete floor slabs and pool structures. Currently the Free form Leisure Pool Hall Steel Structure exhibits corrosion of varying levels and severity to steelwork in many areas of the support structure of: - Flume Access Stair - Flume Support Saddles - Columns to Flumes, Walkways - Beams to Walkways Following a series of investigations a scope of works has been developed to repair or replace steelwork and the corrosion protection systems in the various identified locations on the tender drawings, reports and specifications. The outline works include: - Flume Access Stair/Platform. This structure is currently propped by a temporary support system. The recommendations are replacement and repair works. - Flume saddle repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Replace - Flume outrigger repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Replace - Shackle replacement - Column repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Section repair - Balustrade repairs - Blast clean and repaint - Walkway beam repair - Blast clean and repaint There are a number of items of constraint to be considered: - Working at height over water or empty pool. - Draining of the pool and re-filling timescales - (the pool requires to be refilled for reopening of the facility in February 2016 and will be carried out whilst the contractor is still on site. Works will require to be programmed around this point to ensure pool is refilled with no works being undertaken overhead). - Temporary works associated with working on suspended structures. - Contamination of pool waters and filtration equipment from possible grit lost during blast cleaning. Vacuum grit blasters will be a specific condition imposed on the Contractor. - Seals in flumes cannot be compromised, ie individual flume sections cannot be split/unbolted to extract steel saddle plate fins for replacement. Contractors should consider the opportunity for off-site fabrication of any replacement of steel elements, eg flume saddles, flume access stair. It is desirable to minimise the disruptive works on site and work within prescribed timescales advised above. It is intended to appoint an appropriately qualified and experienced Clerk of Works to monitor the works, including the preparation, environmental controls and conditions required for application of the specialist paint protection systems. It is to be noted by interested and tendering contractors that the works will be carried out whilst the remainder of the other leisure facilities will be in use by the public Opening hours generally 10.00 am to 10.00 pm. Staff enter the building to carry out general duties from 7.00 am onwards and work in shift patterns during the hours of opening. It has been agreed with the Time Capsule Management that the leisure pool will be drained to allow the works to progress with an empty pool tank below. Protection measures however will still be required to prevent damage to the pool tile surfaces etc. The Time Capsule are to carry out maintenance works during the period of the remedial corrosion works and it is likely that there will be a flooring contractor on site requiring full liaison between all parties.

Corrosion Works - Time Capsule, Coatbridge

North Lanarkshire Council | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline September 23, 2015
cpvs
391000, 391011, 391012, 399999

There is a main steel structure with masonry walls, large curtain wall areas, profiled insulated metal roof, reinforced concrete floor slabs and pool structures. Currently the Free form Leisure Pool Hall Steel Structure exhibits corrosion of varying levels and severity to steelwork in many areas of the support structure of: - Flume Access Stair - Flume Support Saddles - Columns to Flumes, Walkways - Beams to Walkways Following a series of investigations a scope of works has been developed to repair or replace steelwork and the corrosion protection systems in the various identified locations on the tender drawings, reports and specifications. The outline works include: - Flume Access Stair/Platform. This structure is currently propped by a temporary support system. The recommendations are replacement and repair works. - Flume saddle repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Replace - Flume outrigger repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Replace - Shackle replacement - Column repairs, vary in works required - Blast clean and repaint - Section repair - Balustrade repairs - Blast clean and repaint - Walkway beam repair - Blast clean and repaint There are a number of items of constraint to be considered: - Working at height over water or empty pool. - Draining of the pool and re-filling timescales - (the pool requires to be refilled for reopening of the facility in February 2016 and will be carried out whilst the contractor is still on site. Works will require to be programmed around this point to ensure pool is refilled with no works being undertaken overhead). - Temporary works associated with working on suspended structures. - Contamination of pool waters and filtration equipment from possible grit lost during blast cleaning. Vacuum grit blasters will be a specific condition imposed on the Contractor. - Seals in flumes cannot be compromised, ie individual flume sections cannot be split/unbolted to extract steel saddle plate fins for replacement. Contractors should consider the opportunity for off-site fabrication of any replacement of steel elements, eg flume saddles, flume access stair. It is desirable to minimise the disruptive works on site and work within prescribed timescales advised above. It is intended to appoint an appropriately qualified and experienced Clerk of Works to monitor the works, including the preparation, environmental controls and conditions required for application of the specialist paint protection systems. It is to be noted by interested and tendering contractors that the works will be carried out whilst the remainder of the other leisure facilities will be in use by the public Opening hours generally 10.00 am to 10.00 pm. Staff enter the building to carry out general duties from 7.00 am onwards and work in shift patterns during the hours of opening. It has been agreed with the Time Capsule Management that the leisure pool will be drained to allow the works to progress with an empty pool tank below. Protection measures however will still be required to prevent damage to the pool tile surfaces etc. The Time Capsule are to carry out maintenance works during the period of the remedial corrosion works and it is likely that there will be a flooring contractor on site requiring full liaison between all parties.

NLL Wishaw Sports Centre - Dry Sports Alterations & Extension

North Lanarkshire Council | Published March 19, 2015
Winner
Ashwood Scotland Ltd
cpvs
391000, 391010

The proposed alteration works will take place on all levels within the existing building envelope forming the Wishaw Sports Centre, Alexander Street, Wishaw. Part of the building will remain fully operational during the works. Works within the building may therefore be phased accordingly. The site is bounded to the north by Car parking / Alexander Street, to the east by the existing site Access road , service Yard and Playing Fields, to the south by Playing Fields / Running track, and to the west by Landscaping /Playing fields / running track. The main site is access is from Alexander Street to a compound to be located adjacent the existing service vehicle turning area. 1. The proposed works will include: Demolition of internal structures including:- Internal brick / block walling, stud partitions. Internal stripping out of existing fixtures, fittings, plant, services and finishes will also be required. External demolition will include removal of existing wall panel to form temporary works access to the building via the proposed Gymnasium. Ground Floor – Internal alterations to form new Offices including - new slappings to existing walls, New wall / floor / ceiling finishes. Alterations to form new Studio – including:- new slapping / doors / screen / new ceiling / wall linings / finishes / decoration. Junkers sports flooring. Alterations to existing Lesser hall to form new Gymnasium including: new raised timber floor, new wall linings, new internal suspended ceiling, New floor finishes, new internal metal stair (specialist contractor design) linking upper floor Studio 3. AHU platform and store. New louvres installed through existing cladding at AHU platform. Alterations to existing weight`s room to form new free weights area including: new concrete floor infill to raise levels, new slappings including steel frame to link area with Gymnasium. New wall linings, doors / screens, internal suspended ceiling and floor finishes Upper Floor – Alterations to form new Spin Studio – including:- new slapping / doors / screen / new ceiling / wall linings / finishes / decoration. Alterations to form new Studio 2 – including:- new internal partitions / doors / new ceiling / wall linings / finishes / decoration. Junkers sports floor New external aluminium double glazed windows to gymnasium / entrance lobby at stair 4. Alterations to form new Studio 3 – including:- new internal partitions / doors / new ceiling / wall linings / finishes / decoration. Junkers sports floor. New internal Screens to link stair to Gymnasium. New external double glazed windows / doors. Junkers Sports floor. Plant Room – Alter / Install new M+E equipment associated with development Roof – Roof Mounted plant and associated roof mounted ductwork. Repairs / replacement of flat roof finish. Roof penetrations associated with M+E / drainage installations. General cleaning and decoration. 2. Services Services installation within area of works will include: - Strip out of existing services within area of works Install new electrical systems including power distribution, small power, lighting and emergency lighting systems. Intruder alarm, Fire alarm installations linked back to existing where required. Access control systems. Modify heating installation to suit new layout. Install new / upgrade existing ventilation systems to meet regulation requirements. Automatic controls linked back BMS front end package. Air Conditioning to Spin Studio, Dance Studio`s, Gymnasium and Free Weights area. IT installation linked to existing Hub. 3. Structural Structural aspects of the project will involve: – New slappings in existing brick / block / walling. New brick / block walling from new foundations. Installation of precast lintols / steel beams / columns in existing structure. Various steel beams. 4. External Works / Site Compound The proposed site compounds will be located adjacent the existing building. Access to the works areas will be gained

Bitumen Macadam (Bitmac) Repairs 2018 — 2022.

North Lanarkshire Council | Published August 29, 2017
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45233141

This procurement exercise is to establish a contract for future provision of a priority coded Bitmac Repairs and related services to support the ongoing maintenance of the Councils Corporate Property (including the Council's Outdoor Centre at Kilbowie, Oban) and Housing Property portfolios. The Contract will comprise normal response repairs, immediate response repairs and empty property repairs in areas such as footpaths, playgrounds, car parks, etc. within the geographical boundaries of North Lanarkshire Council area. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 12 000 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for maximum 2 lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Lot 1 — Bitmac Repairs to the Councils Corporate Property portfolio II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45233141 44113600 44113610 45233222 45233120 45233142 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKM84 II.2.4) Description of the procurement The following information is intended as an overview and should assist Candidates in making an informed decision as to whether to submit a completed ESPD for this provision. This is not a specification of requirements and Candidates are not requested to provide proposals for a solution at this stage. A full and detailed specification of requirements shall be provided within the ITT, which shall be issued to shortlisted Candidates. The Council is looking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to undertake the repair and replacement of a priority coded Bitmac Repairs and related services to support the ongoing maintenance of the Councils Corporate Property (including the Council's Outdoor Centre at Kilbowie, Oban). The Contract will comprise normal response repairs and immediate response repairs in areas such as footpaths, playgrounds, car parks, etc. within the geographical boundaries of North Lanarkshire Council area. The Contract will only relate to works within the boundary of a site and within un-adopted industrial estates roads and car parks. The Contract will exclude works to public roads or footpaths. The works will be subject to a priority coding system as follows: commenced within 3 hours outwith normal hours and completed as soon as practical; commenced within 3 hours within normal working hours and completed as soon as practical; completed within 3 working days; completed within 7 working days; completed within 20 working days; and Start and finish dates to be set on Order. Typical Works Included in the Contract: removing existing bituminous macadam, disposing, making good, preparing and laying new bituminous macadam including sub-base repairs/replacement and associated works e.g. kerbing, manholes, gullies and drainage gullies; repair of potholes; replacement and provision of protective bollards; repair, replacement and provision of low impact soft playground surfacing; removing precast concrete slabs, disposing, making good, preparing and laying new bituminous macadam including sub-base repairs/replacement and associated works e.g. kerbing, manholes, gullies and drainage gullies; burning off existing and renewal of thermoplastic road markings; lifting and resetting of kerbing including cleaning off and storing for re-use, concrete foundations and haunching; repair and formation of bituminous macadam speed control bumps; repair and replacement of ironworks including manhole covers, gully covers, drainage channels and associated brickwork and/or concrete repairs; repair of concrete parking, ramp or yard surfaces; excavation of tracks within hard and soft surfaced areas, disposing of surplus material, making good with macadam or grass seeding or turfing as required and associated lighting cabling and lighting columns realignment, CCTV realignment, utilities realignment; excavation of localised soft landscaped areas including removal of shrubs trees and grubbing up tree stumps and roots, disposal of surplus material and making good with top soil, grass seeding or turfing; realignment of existing fencing and associated concrete foundations; installation of signage associated with car parking including accessibility parking. The contract will be governed by JCT Conditions MTC/Scotland as amended by the Employer. Full details to be set out within the ITT. Candidates should note that it is possible that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246) (‘TUPE’) may apply to this contract. Full details to be set out within the ITT. Note, the contract value is an estimate and that there is no guarantee of any specific volume of business arising under the Contract. As part of the selection stage evaluation criteria Candidates are required to have and to evidence substantial experience and capability of delivering a contract of this nature i.e. high volume of orders, prioritised orders, etc. II.2.5) Award criteria Criteria below: Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 30 Price / Weighting: 70 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 6 000 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 6 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Candidates must pass the minimum standards sections of the ESPD (Scotland) Part III (A, B, C and D) and Part IV (A, B and C and D). Part IV C contains a weighted question which will be used to rank Candidates. Candidates that meet all the minimum selection criteria and are ranked in the top six (6) will be invited to tender. Where there is a tie for sixth place, all those Candidates tied in sixth place will be invited to tender. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Lot 2 — Bitmac Repairs to the Councils Housing Property portfolio II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45233141 44113600 44113610 45233222 45233120 45233142 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKM84 II.2.4) Description of the procurement The following information is intended as an overview and should assist Candidates in making an informed decision as to whether to submit a completed ESPD for this provision. This is not a specification of requirements and Candidates are not requested to provide proposals for a solution at this stage. A full and detailed specification of requirements shall be provided within the ITT, which shall be issued to shortlisted Candidates. The Council is looking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to undertake the repair and replacement of a priority coded Bitmac Repairs and related services to support the ongoing maintenance of the Councils Housing Property portfolios. The Contract will comprise normal response repairs and immediate response repairs in areas such as footpaths, playgrounds, car parks, etc. within the geographical boundaries of North Lanarkshire Council area. The Contract will only relate to works within the boundary of a site and within un-adopted industrial estates roads and car parks. The Contract will exclude works to public roads or footpaths. The works will be subject to a priority coding system as follows: commenced within 3 hours outwith normal hours and completed as soon as practical; commenced within 3 hours within normal working hours and completed as soon as practical; completed within 3 working days; completed within 7 working days; completed within 20 working days; and Start and finish dates to be set on Order. Typical Works Included in the Contract: removing existing bituminous macadam, disposing, making good, preparing and laying new bituminous macadam including sub-base repairs/replacement and associated works e.g. kerbing, manholes, gullies and drainage gullies; repair of potholes; replacement and provision of protective bollards; repair, replacement and provision of low impact soft playground surfacing; removing precast concrete slabs, disposing, making good, preparing and laying new bituminous macadam including sub-base repairs/replacement and associated works e.g. kerbing, manholes, gullies and drainage gullies; burning off existing and renewal of thermoplastic road markings; lifting and resetting of kerbing including cleaning off and storing for re-use, concrete foundations and haunching; repair and formation of bituminous macadam speed control bumps; repair and replacement of ironworks including manhole covers, gully covers, drainage channels and associated brickwork and/or concrete repairs; repair of concrete parking, ramp or yard surfaces; excavation of tracks within hard and soft surfaced areas, disposing of surplus material, making good with macadam or grass seeding or turfing as required and associated lighting cabling and lighting columns realignment, CCTV realignment, utilities realignment; excavation of localised soft landscaped areas including removal of shrubs trees and grubbing up tree stumps and roots, disposal of surplus material and making good with top soil, grass seeding or turfing; realignment of existing fencing and associated concrete foundations; installation of signage associated with car parking including accessibility parking. The contract will be governed by JCT Conditions MTC/Scotland as amended by the Employer. Full details to be set out within the ITT. Candidates should note that it is possible that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246) (‘TUPE’) may apply to this contract. Full details to be set out within the ITT. Note, the contract value is an estimate and that there is no guarantee of any specific volume of business arising under the Contract. As part of the selection stage evaluation criteria Candidates are required to have and to evidence substantial experience and capability of delivering a contract of this nature i.e. high volume of orders, prioritised orders, etc. II.2.5) Award criteria Criteria below: Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 30 Price / Weighting: 70 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 6 000 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 6 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Candidates must pass the minimum standards sections of the ESPD (Scotland) Part III (A, B, C and D) and Part IV (A, B and C and D). Part IV C contains a weighted question which will be used to rank Candidates. Candidates that meet all the minimum selection criteria and are ranked in the top six (6) will be invited to tender. Where there is a tie for sixth place, all those Candidates tied in sixth place will be invited to tender. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: 4A.1 — If required by the member state, bidders are required to be enrolled in the relevant professional or trade registers within the country in which they are established. The Bidder response to this question will be evaluated as follows: Pass = response is compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice (III.1.1) Fail = response is not compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice (III.1.1). III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: 4B.1.2 — Bidders will be required to have an average yearly turnover of a minimum of 1 500 000 GBP for the last 3 years. Note, if bidding for both lots, Bidders will be required to have an average yearly turnover of a minimum of 3 000 000 GBP for the last 3 years. 4B.5.1 — It is a requirement of this contract that bidders hold, or can commit to obtain prior to the commencement of any subsequently awarded contract, the types and levels of insurance indicated below: Employer's (Compulsory) Liability Insurance = 10 000 000 GBP each and every claim and in the annual aggregate. 4B.5.2 — It is a requirement of this contract that bidders hold, or can commit to obtain prior to the commencement of any subsequently awarded contract, the types and levels of insurance indicated below: Public Liability Insurance = 10 000 000 GBP each and every claim and in the annual aggregate. 4B.6 — Concerning any other economic or financial requirements, the bidder declares that: It has an Equifax Score Check Grade of E- or above. It is recommended that Bidders review their own Equifax Score Check Grade in advance of returning their Bidders Submission. If, following this review, Bidders consider that the Equifax Score Check Grade does not reflect their current financial status; the Bidder should give a detailed explanation in response to question 4B.6, together with any relevant supporting independent evidence. The Council will review any such information as part of the evaluation of Bidder's financial status. Where the Bidder is under no obligation to publish accounts and therefore does not have a Equifax Score Check Grade or equivalent rating, they must provide their audited financial accounts for the previous two years as part of their Bidders Submission in order that the Council may assess these to determine the suitability of the Bidder to undertake a contract or contracts of this size. This assessment will consider whether or not the there is any significant financial risk identified. Minimum level(s) of standards required: The Bidder response to these questions for Economic and Financial Standing will be evaluated as follows: Pass = response is compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice (III.1.2) Fail = response is not compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice (III.1.2). III.1.3) Technical and professional ability List and brief description of selection criteria: Technical and professional ability will be scored by an evaluation panel; Bidders must achieve a minimum average score of 50 marks for question 4C.1 in order to pass this question; if the average minimum score is below 50 marks this will be deemed a failure to meet the Council's minimum standards for technical and professional Ability. 4C.1 — Bidders will be required to provide examples of works carried out in the past five years that demonstrate that they have the relevant experience to deliver the work as described in part II.2.4 of the OJEU Contract Notice or the relevant section of the Site Notice. This question carries an overall weighting of 100 %. 4C.10 — Bidders will be required to confirm whether they intend to subcontract and, if so, for what proportion of the contract. Response to 4C.10 will not be evaluated. Minimum level(s) of standards required: The scoring rationale of the evaluation panel for question 4C.1 is as follows: Score — Definition 100 — Response is completely relevant. It is unlikely that the response could be more comprehensive or be improved upon. It provides comprehensive evidence and full assurance that the candidate fully meets the required standard in this selection criterion. 90 — Response is almost entirely relevant. The response is comprehensive, unambiguous and demonstrates a thorough understanding of what is required in respect of this selection criterion, and provides convincing evidence of their capacity/ability/experience in this area. 80 — Response is highly relevant. Detailed response demonstrates a thorough understanding of the selection criterion and provides a high level of detail as to their capacity/ability/experience in this area. 70 — Response is relevant. The response is sufficiently detailed to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the selection criterion and provides evidence of a reliable level of capacity/ability/experience in this area. 60 — Response is substantially relevant and acceptable and demonstrates a broad understanding of the selection criterion to a satisfactory depth but evidence of capacity/ability/experience in this area could have been more detailed. 50 — Response is at least 50 % relevant and acceptable. The response demonstrates an understanding of the selection criterion but lacks detail of evidence of capacity/ability/experience in this area. 40 — Response is partially relevant but evidence presented is not sufficiently detailed to demonstrate a reliable level of capacity/ability/experience in this area. There is a lack of depth of detail or understanding in many areas. 30 — Response has some relevance but is generally insufficient. The response addresses some elements of the requirement but contains limited evidence as to the candidate's capacity/ability/experience in this area. 20 — Response demonstrates a lack of understanding and little pertinent limited evidence as to the candidate's capacity/ability/experience in this area. 10 — Response demonstrates little evidence of the candidate's understanding or explanation of the candidate's capacity/ability/experience in this area. 0 — Nil or irrelevant response. 4C.10 — If the bidder has decided to subcontract a part of the contract and relies on the subcontractor's capacities to perform that part then a separate ESPD for such subcontractors must be completed for sections: Part II Information concerning the bidder A: Information about the bidder B: Information about representatives of the bidder Part III Exclusions Grounds A: Grounds Relating to Criminal Convictions B: Grounds Relating to the payment of taxes or social security contributions C: Blacklisting D: Grounds Relating to insolvency, conflicts of interests or professional misconduct. Part IV Selection Criteria (only the sections that the entity is being relied upon). III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 25/09/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.3) Estimated date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates Date: 25/10/2017 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 6 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information Economic operators must meet Council's minimum requirements stated in this Contract Notice, else their proposal will be rejected. Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. The council reserves the right before moving from selection stage to award stage to request candidates produce supporting documentary evidence or certificates referenced in their ESPD response. In any case, these must be provided prior to contract award. Tenderers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. ESPD Part IV Selection Criteria, Section D: Quality Assurance Schemes and Environmental Management Standards Bidders must respond to ESPD Questions 4D.1 and 4D.2. The Bidder response to these questions for Quality Assurance Schemes and Environmental Management Standards will be evaluated as follows: Pass = response is compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice section VI.3 (Additional Information) specifically the Quality Assurance Schemes and Environmental Management Standards). Fail = response is not compliant with the minimum requirement stated in the Contract Notice section VI.3 (Additional Information) specifically the Quality Assurance Schemes and Environmental Management Standards). For a detailed breakdown of the standard statements applicable to ESPD Questions 4D.1 and 4D.2, please refer to document ‘VI.3 Additional Information — Part 4D1 & 2’, contained within the Buyers Attachment area of PCS-T. The buyer is using PCS-Tender to conduct this PQQ exercise. The Project code is project_8981. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2343 A sub-contract clause has been included in this contract. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2363 Community benefits are included in this requirement. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2361 A summary of the expected community benefits has been provided as follows: The Contractor and its supply chain will be required to actively participate in the achievement of social, environmental and/or sustainability policy objectives relating to local regeneration, social and economic growth, recruitment, employment and training and supply chain initiatives. The Contractor will be required to provide access to opportunities for SME's wherever possible and will advertise all subcontract opportunities linked to the contract using the Public Contracts Scotland Portal. The Contractor will be required to ensure that all subcontractors advertise all their subcontracts as described above. In addition, they will be required to identify and provide access to opportunities linked to the contract to social enterprises wherever possible. Where job vacancies related to the contract arise within the Contractor's organisation, they will be required wherever possible and appropriate, to provide access to employment and training opportunities aimed specifically at unemployed individuals and to use all reasonable endeavours to fill those posts with such persons. The Contractor should also link in where possible and appropriate to school, student, graduate and other work experience programmes. A Method Statement as to how tenderers will achieve community benefits will be required as part of the tender documentation which will be issued to all shortlisted tenderers. (SC Ref:509127). VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body North Lanarkshire Council Civic Centre, Windmillhill Street Motherwell ML1 1AB UK Telephone: +44 1698302222 Fax: +44 1698275125 Internet address(es) URL: http://www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: The Council will incorporate a minimum of 10 calendar day Standstill Period following electronic notification (minimum of 15 calendar days for any other means of communication) to unsuccessful applicants of the award decision. An economic operator that suffers, or risks suffering, loss or damage attributable to a breach of duty under the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015 may bring proceedings in the Sheriff Court or the Court of Session. VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 25/08/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: jeffreyke@northlan.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 44113610BitumenRoad-construction materials 44113600Bitumen and asphaltRoad-construction materials 45233222Paving and asphalting worksConstruction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads 45233120Road construction worksConstruction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads 45233141Road-maintenance worksConstruction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads 45233142Road-repair worksConstruction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. 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