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Bus Shelter Advertising, Cleaning & Maintenance

Renfrewshire Council | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
cpvs
191000, 199999

Renfrewshire Council "the Council" intends to award a services concession/income generation contract to a suitable tenderer to deliver a Bus Shelter Advertising, Cleaning and Maintenance Contract. The Council has existing arrangements in place where, presently, 396 bus shelters are provided with this service by an incumbent contractor under contract. The existing contract is due to expire and the Council's re-tendering for a Bus Shelter Advertising, Cleaning and Maintenance contract which will maximise income generation from these advertising bus shelter sites. The successful bidder will be responsible for the cleaning, maintenance, repair and mains power connections and dates on which periodic electrical inspections are due (as advised by incumbent shelter Contractor) of the current portfolio of bus shelters. These shelters will be handed back to Renfrewshire Council upon the expiry date of the existing Contract and were supplied and installed as new infrastructure in "2000". "The 202 advertising and 194 non advertising shelters are offered as a pacakge and will not be disaggregated. The annual income per advertising bus shelter shall be uniform for all bus shelters, per style, in all areas across the Council". The estimated award date of the contract is set out in section 3 of the Invitation to Tender Document which will be provided as part of the tender documentation, and the anticipated contract duration is up to 7 years with an option to extend thereafter up to a maximum of 10 years. Given this, the successful bidder will be expected to encompass within their bid cleaning, servicing, and generating advertising revenue of any new bus shelters or such other changes to the bus shelter portfolio as per instruction from Renfrewshire Council throughout the life time of the contract. The successful bidder will be expected to approach Renfrewshire Council throughout the duration of the contract with innovative proposals and suggested changes to the current portfolio to increase or maximise the revenue of the contract and improve the performance of the contract management and key performance indicators.

WHA, Close, Stair and Binstore Cleaning

Williamsburgh Housing Association Ltd | Published March 3, 2016
Winner
Caledonian Maintenance Services Ltd
cpvs
90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The contract consists of the thorough brushing and washing with hot water:common closes, stairwells and bin stores. These elements relate to 3 and 4 storey traditional tenement and new build blocks of flats, on a weekly basis. The properties are managed by WIlliamsburgh Housing Association and spread across Renfrewshire (Paisley, Johnstone and Renfrew).
CPV: 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300.

WHA, Close, Stair and Binstore Cleaning.

Williamsburgh Housing Association Ltd | Published March 5, 2016
Winner
Caledonian Maintenance Services Ltd
cpvs
90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The contract consists of the thorough brushing and washing with hot water: Common closes, stairwells and bin stores. These elements relate to 3 and 4 storey traditional tenement and new build blocks of flats, on a weekly basis. The properties are managed by WIlliamsburgh Housing Association and spread across Renfrewshire (Paisley, Johnstone and Renfrew).

WHA, Close, Stair and Binstore Cleaning

Williamsburgh Housing Association Ltd | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
cpvs
90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The contract consists of the thorough brushing and washing with hot water:common closes, stairwells and bin stores. These elements relate to 3 and 4 storey traditional tenement and new build blocks of flats, on a weekly basis. The properties are managed by WIlliamsburgh Housing Association and spread across Renfrewshire (Paisley, Johnstone and Renfrew). CPV: 90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300.

WHA, Close, Stair and Bin store Cleaning.

Williamsburgh Housing Association Ltd | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
cpvs
90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The contract consists of the thorough brushing and washing with hot water: common closes, stairwells and bin stores. These elements relate to 3 and 4 storey traditional tenement and new build blocks of flats, on a weekly basis. The properties are managed by WIlliamsburgh Housing Association and spread across Renfrewshire (Paisley, Johnstone and Renfrew). 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=342706 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers 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.

WHA, Close, Stair and Bin store Cleaning.

Williamsburgh Housing Association Ltd | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
cpvs
90910000, 90911000, 90911200, 90911300

The contract consists of the thorough brushing and washing with hot water: common closes, stairwells and bin stores. These elements relate to 3 and 4 storey traditional tenement and new build blocks of flats, on a weekly basis. The properties are managed by WIlliamsburgh Housing Association and spread across Renfrewshire (Paisley, Johnstone and Renfrew). 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=342706 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers 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.

Air Ambulance Memorial Project - Renfrew

Renfrewshire Council | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
Caley Construction Ltd
cpvs
391110, 399999

Breaking out existing concrete and tarmac; cleaning out an existing gulley and installing a new drainage channel; taking down and rebuilding a wall; removing soft landscaping; installing a variety of hard surfaces; cleaning and enhancing an existing memorial; providing various interpretation details in the form of engraved slates, stainless steel inlays and Quick Response code (QR) panels.

Air Ambulance Memorial Project - Renfrew

Renfrewshire Council | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
cpvs
391110, 399999

Breaking out existing concrete and tarmac; cleaning out an existing gulley and installing a new drainage channel; taking down and rebuilding a wall; removing soft landscaping; installing a variety of hard surfaces; cleaning and enhancing an existing memorial; providing various interpretation details in the form of engraved slates, stainless steel inlays and Quick Response code (QR) panels.

Watercourse Maintenance 2015 to 2017

Renfrewshire Council | Published June 8, 2015
Winner
Wi & A Gilbert Ltd
cpvs
391011, 391111, 391211, 399999

Watercourse and reservoir maintenance works, including grid cleaning, CCTV/Vactoring and emergency work, mechanical and electrical insepection and maintenance of underground pump stations.

Streetscape Maintenance Term Service Contract 2016-2018

Renfrewshire Council | Published February 26, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
cpvs
391100, 391111, 391112, 399999

The Roads Division of Renfrewshire Council's Community Resources provides a road maintenance service (excluding trunk roads) within the Renfrewshire Council area. This contract will involve:
- the maintenance of the high quality surfacing including Caithness and Granite paving slabs, setts and cubes, and other materials such as granolithic concrete, including minor cleaning and weeding;
- the maintenance of street furniture including bollards, railings, benches etc., the removal or graffiti, general cleaning, painting and the maintenance of art features;
- the maintenance of drainage systems;
- the lifting and final reinstatement of the high quality surfacing to openings required by the various statutory undertakers. Renfrewshire Council has voluntary agreements with each of the utility companies and quantity and timescale of works may vary greatly, requiring flexibility by the successful Contractor.

Legionella Prevention, Control and Risk Management Services for Renfrewshire Council

Renfrewshire Council | Published March 18, 2015
Winner
Integrated Water Services Ltd
cpvs
181910, 181911, 181912, 189999, 229999, 399999

The council wish to appoint a contractor to provide laboratory analysis and reporting for legionella and TVC on all samples collected/received, provide full Planned Preventative Maintenance to the plunge pools at 5 special needs schools, carry out the cleaning and disinfection of water tanks and provide onsite training to staff when directed. The Contract is for 12 months. Terms - MTC using the SBCC MTC/Scot (2011 Edition).

Watercourse Maintenance 2015 – 2017

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 8, 2014  -  Deadline January 28, 2015
cpvs
77000000, 90700000, 45246200, 45111240, 45112700

The Roads Development Division of Renfrewshire Council's Community Resources require a service provider for Watercourse maintenance works: including drainage works; cleaning and minor repair works to grids, culverts and drains; emergency works; and mechanical & electrical inspection and maintenance of underground pumping stations. This contract will be for 24 months with an option to extend, for a further 12 months. CPV: 77000000, 90700000, 45246200, 45111240, 45112700.

Street Lighting Installation and Maintenance.

Scotland Excel | Published September 19, 2015
cpvs
50232100, 50232000, 45316110, 71630000, 50232100, 50232100, 50232110, 50232000, 50232100, 71314100, 45311100, 71630000

This prior information notice is in relation to a Framework for Street lighting installation and maintenance (‘SLIM’). This framework will encompass works and services including replacing lanterns, installing lighting columns, maintenance of lanterns including cleaning and testing of street lighting columns including electrical and strength tests. This Framework is being arranged by Scotland Excel on behalf of its member Councils. Please note that as well as the member Councils, Scotland Excel has a number of associate members who are entitled to participate in the Framework as authorised by the Scotland Excel Joint Committee.

Street Lighting Installation and Maintenance

Scotland Excel | Published September 15, 2015
cpvs
50232100, 50232000, 45316110, 71630000, 50232100, 50232100, 50232110, 50232000, 50232100, 71314100, 45311100, 71630000

This prior information notice is in relation to a Framework for Street lighting installation and maintenance (“SLIM”). This framework will encompass works and services including replacing lanterns, installing lighting columns, maintenance of lanterns including cleaning and testing of street lighting columns including electrical and strength tests.This Framework is being arranged by Scotland Excel on behalf of its member Councils. Please note that as well as the member Councils, Scotland Excel has a number of associate members who are entitled to participate in the Framework as authorised by the Scotland Excel Joint Committee. CPV: 50232100, 50232000, 45316110, 71630000.

Watercourse Maintenance 2015-2017.

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 12, 2014  -  Deadline January 28, 2015
cpvs
77000000, 90700000, 45246200, 45111240, 45112700

The Roads Development Division of Renfrewshire Council's Community Resources require a service provider for Watercourse maintenance works: including drainage works; cleaning and minor repair works to grids, culverts and drains; emergency works; and mechanical and electrical inspection and maintenance of underground pumping stations. This contract will be for 24 months with an option to extend, for a further 12 months. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code RC1411_1050 (ITT6665) under s Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the it will move to your My s area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 22, 2016
Winner
Chemtech Consultancy Ltd
cpvs
71600000, 71610000, 71620000, 71630000, 71700000, 71900000

The provision of a Legionella Prevention, Control and Risk Management Service.

Renfrewshire Council requires a suitably qualified and experienced company to provide a Legionella Prevention, Control and Risk Management Service.

The Council, as an employer and in control of premises, has a duty under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (the HSW Act) and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) to manage the risk of Legionella occurring within its premises by having in place a robust management and prevention regime.

The Service to include for, but not limited to:

— Testing and analysis of water samples taken by the Council (including collecting samples from location designated by the Council).

— Providing written reports on samples analysed (Legionella and TVC).

— Planned Preventative Maintenance of plunge pools at 5 special needs schools.

— Planned Preventative Maintenance within 9 leisure and sports centres.

— Tank dosing at 3 care homes.

— Chlorination of stored water fire tanks.

Cleaning and disinfection of water storage tanks as instructed.

— Carry out risk assessments as instructed.

— Provide the following in-house training courses.

(QCF — Level 2 Award) Legionella Awareness (Hot and Cold Water Systems).

(QCF- Level 3 Award) Legionella Control for Responsible Person.

Framework Agreement for Events Services

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 12, 2014
cpvs
79952000, 79952100

Renfrewshire Council wishes to establish a framework agreement for the provision of Event Services. The framework agreement will aim to maximise efficiencies by establishing longer term relationships with a reduced number of service providers, whilst allowing enough flexibility to fully analyse the opportunity to deliver best value over its anticipated 4 year lifespan.- Marquee hire and associated provisions – Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of sizes of marquees; delivery; provision of associated requirements, including but not limited to, lighting, water weights, trestles, chairs, generators and heaters;- Stage Hire and associated provisions – Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of various sizes of stage; provision of associated requirements; including but not limited to, the provisions of drapes, stage skirts, stage crush barriers, stage lighting, cable ramps and covers and stage plans.- Screen Hire and associated provisions – Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of various size of screens including mobile LED screens; provision of associated requirements, including but not limited to filming the event and subsequent audio visual projection onto the screens provided; and visual mixing to screens.- Provision of Fireworks & Pyrotechnics display – including but not limited to, transportation, the on-site storage and the management and firing of firework and or pyrotechnic display; choreographed and precision fired displays to music; clear up of all spent fireworks and shells from the site; and providing associated equipment such as generators.- Site and Production Management - including but not limited to, production management; site management and stage management;- Portable chemical toilet hire – Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of chemical toilets, including attendant, all additional maintenance, cleaning, plumbing into water and sewage systems and disposal of waste;- Sound/PA and associated services, including but not limited to; Stacked/flown array, outdoor suitability, microphones/DI’s, FOH desk, stage monitors, monitor desk, delay speaker positions, all cabling, cable ramps/covers, and system plans/technical drawings;- Generators and associated provisions;- Crew Services and associated services; and- Lighting and associated services.Please note that these lots are not fixed and may be subject to change at the council’s discretion.

Framework Agreement for Events Services.

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 17, 2014
cpvs
79952000, 79952100

Renfrewshire Council wishes to establish a framework agreement for the provision of Event Services. The framework agreement will aim to maximise efficiencies by establishing longer term relationships with a reduced number of service providers, whilst allowing enough flexibility to fully analyse the opportunity to deliver best value over its anticipated 4 year lifespan. — Marquee hire and associated provisions — Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of sizes of marquees; delivery; provision of associated requirements, including but not limited to, lighting, water weights, trestles, chairs, generators and heaters; — Stage Hire and associated provisions — Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of various sizes of stage; provision of associated requirements; including but not limited to, the provisions of drapes, stage skirts, stage crush barriers, stage lighting, cable ramps and covers and stage plans. — Screen Hire and associated provisions – Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of various size of screens including mobile LED screens; provision of associated requirements, including but not limited to filming the event and subsequent audio visual projection onto the screens provided; and visual mixing to screens; — Provision of Fireworks and Pyrotechnics display — including but not limited to, transportation, the on-site storage and the management and firing of firework and or pyrotechnic display; choreographed and precision fired displays to music; clear up of all spent fireworks and shells from the site; and providing associated equipment such as generators; — Site and Production Management — including but not limited to, production management; site management and stage management; — Portable chemical toilet hire — Hire, delivery, erection and dismantle of chemical toilets, including attendant, all additional maintenance, cleaning, plumbing into water and sewage systems and disposal of waste; — Sound/PA and associated services, including but not limited to; Stacked/flown array, outdoor suitability, microphones/DI's, FOH desk, stage monitors, monitor desk, delay speaker positions, all cabling, cable ramps/covers, and system plans/technical drawings; — Generators and associated provisions; — Crew Services and associated services; and — Lighting and associated services. Please note that these lots are not fixed and may be subject to change at the council's discretion.

Housing Support Services for Single Homeless People and Childless Couples who may have Complex Needs.

Renfrewshire Council | Published June 13, 2015
Winner
Loretto Care
cpvs
85320000

The Director of Finance and Corporate Services, on behalf of Renfrewshire Council, is seeking to procure a suitable Provider to provide Housing Support for Single Homeless People and childless couples who may have complex needs residing in supported Interim Accommodation and Transitional Support as required when the Service User moves on to Settled Accommodation. The successful Tenderer must also consider what model of Housing Management Services they would require to put in place with the landlords of the accommodation. The Housing Management Service does not form part of this contract for Housing Support, however it is essential that these arrangements are considered and in place prior to the Successful Tenderer commencing Services under this contract to ensure the long term sustainability of the project. The contract will be tendered under an open procedure, with Bid Selection forming the first part of the assessment of tenders, this part is assessed on a Pass/Fail basis against the criteria set out below, further details are contained in the Invitation to Tender Document and the Electronic Tender for this Contract on the Public Contracts Scotland-Tenders Website; Completeness of Submission Background Information Financial Stability Adequate Insurance Provision Eligibility to Contract Suitable Health and Safety policies and practices Compliance with all relevant statutory obligations (e.g. Equal Opportunities etc.) Compliance with Terms and Conditions Confirmation of Housing Management and Rent Arrangements Capacity to Undertake the Requirement Experience and Track Record/References Environmental Management Policies, Systems and Practices Quality Policies, Systems & Practices and risk assessment processes. Living Wage Use of Blacklists All required documentation completed and signed The Award Criteria will form the second part of the assessment of tenders with Tenderers who have met the Bid Selection criteria shown above being assessed against the criteria stated below; Commercial Submission — The Award Procedure will firstly entail the assessment of pricing submissions. The assessment of price submissions will represent 30 % of the overall tender score attainable by bidders. The pricing submission shall involve an assessment of the Pricing Schedule document fully completed and submitted in accordance with all relevant instructions. Quality Submission — Tenderers are requested to demonstrate their methodology and approach to the whole journey from start to finish for Service Users with varying levels of needs using the three example scenarios provided as a basis. (Answer to be no more than 6 x A4 pages * Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers must describe how they would assess and progress Personal Plans, including processes used paperwork and how they would manage fluctuating support needs. (Answer to be no more than 3 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers are requested to demonstrate how they would engage with Service Users and other stakeholders and how they propose to make a difference to how services have or will develop. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages * Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.)Weight 5 % Tenderers are required to provide details of how they propose to operate the service model taking account of Core Hours, Floating Support and Transitional Support and emergency out of hours access. Including details of staff structure, job titles, job roles and any special skills, experience or qualifications relating to posts (Answer to be no more than 6 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 18 % As mentioned in paragraph 6.6.3 of the Service Specification and 3.5.5 of the Invitation to Tender document the Council will be referring Service Users and therefore it is vitally important that a suitable standard of accommodation is provided. In light of this, Tenderers must provide details of how the Housing Management Service would operate which should include, as a minimum, information on: — Staff and management structure; — staff presence onsite; staff rota; staff grades; — cover for sickness holidays; — arrangements for emergency and out of hours access; — furniture provision and decoration; — void re-let times; — cleaning, heating, maintenance etc.; — staff cover over 24 hour period. (Answer to be no more than 4 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 10 % Tenderers are required to provide details of processes which will be used to address the different needs of staff, service users and stakeholder concerns, including: — whistleblowing; — bullying; — grievance; — fraud; — equality; — risk assessment; — health and safety. (Answer no more than 6 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 15 % Tenderers are required to demonstrate how they would deal with a Service User if during their time accommodated they were found to be actively misusing illicit substances or alcohol, what measures would they employ to ensure safety of all staff and service users where there is risk of relapse. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers are required to detail how they would propose to support Service Users when they move on to Settled Accommodation, how will this be managed and how they would plan for disengagement. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % As far as possible, the Council are keen to promote the delivery of wider community benefits through our contracts. On this basis, Tenderers are invited to provide details of any benefits that they can provide as part of the contract which would have a positive economic, social or environmental impact such as school visits, provision of training opportunities for the long term unemployed, sponsorships, work placements etc. (Answers must not exceed 1 x A4 page* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 2 % The quality submission will be assessed using the following 0-10 scoring methodology; 10 Approach is excellent suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement to an excellent standard. 8, 9 Approach is very good suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement very well. 6, 7 Approach is good suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement well. 5 Approach is satisfactory suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement. 2, 3, 4 Approach is poor suggesting that the Tenderer will have some difficulties with delivering the requirement. 1 Approach is very poor suggesting that the Tenderer will have significant difficulties with delivering the requirement. 0 Tenderer has failed to provide a response. The percentage weighting noted on each element of the Quality Submission indicate the weighting attributed to each element by the Council. Each section, regardless of weighting, will be scored out of a possible 100 % by an assessment panel using the scoring methodology provided in above. The resultant score will then be multiplied by the attributed weighting, with the sum of all weighted scores resulting in their overall quality score out of a possible 70 %. Following assessment of quality submissions, the quality score attained by each Tenderer will then be added to their pricing score to give a total tender score out of 100 %. It is intended that any Contract awarded hereon shall be awarded to the highest scoring Tenderer. Further can be found in the Invitation to Tender document. Note: The authority is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code 3133 within the appropriate area. If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Provision of Housing Support for Single Homeless People and Families.

Renfrewshire Council | Published February 21, 2015
Winner
Blue Triangle Housing Association
cpvs
85320000

The Director of Finance and Corporate Services, on behalf of Renfrewshire Council, is seeking to procure a suitable Provider to provide Housing Support for Single Homeless People and Families residing in supported Interim Accommodation and Transitional Support as required when the Service User moves on to Settled Accommodation. The successful Tenderer must also consider what model of Housing Management Services they would require to put in place with the landlords of the accommodation. The Housing Management Service does not form part of this contract for Housing Support, however it is essential that these arrangements are considered and in place prior to the Successful Tenderer commencing Services under this contract to ensure the long term sustainability of the project. The contract will be tendered under an open procedure, with Bid Selection forming the 1st part of the assessment of tenders, this part is assessed on a Pass/Fail basis against the criteria set out below, further details are contained in the Invitation to Tender Document and the Electronic Tender for this Contract on the Public Contracts Scotland-Tenders Website: — Completeness of Submission; — Background Information; — Financial Stability; — Adequate Insurance Provision; — Eligibility to Contract; — Suitable Health & Safety policies & practices; — Compliance with all relevant statutory obligations (e.g. Equal Opportunities etc.); — Compliance with Terms & Conditions; — Confirmation of Housing Management and Rent Arrangements; — Capacity to Undertake the Requirement; — Experience and Track Record/References; — Environmental Management Policies, Systems & Practices; — Quality Policies, Systems & Practices and risk assessment processes; — Living Wage; — Use of Blacklists. All required documentation completed and signed The Award Criteria will form the 2nd part of the assessment of tenders with Tenderers who have met the Bid Selection criteria shown above being assessed against the criteria stated below: Commercial Submission — The Award Procedure will firstly entail the assessment of pricing submissions. The assessment of price submissions will represent 30 % of the overall tender score attainable by bidders. The pricing submission shall involve an assessment of the Pricing Schedule document fully completed and submitted in accordance with all relevant instructions. Quality Submission — Tenderers are requested to demonstrate their methodology and approach to the whole journey from start to finish for Service Users with varying levels of needs using the 3 example scenarios provided as a basis. (Answer to be no more than 6 x A4 pages * Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers must describe how they would assess and progress Personal Plans, including processes used paperwork and how they would manage fluctuating support needs. (Answer to be no more than 3 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers are requested to demonstrate how they would engage with Service Users and other stakeholders and how they propose to make a difference to how services have or will develop. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages * Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.)Weight 5 % Tenderers are required to provide details of how they propose to operate the service model taking account of Core Hours, Floating Support and Transitional Support and emergency out of hours access. Including details of staff structure, job titles, job roles and any special skills, experience or qualifications relating to posts (Answer to be no more than 6 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 18 % As mentioned in paragraph 6.6.3 of the Service Specification and 3.5.5 of the Invitation to Tender document the Council will be referring Service Users and therefore it is vitally important that a suitable standard of accommodation is provided. In light of this, Tenderers must provide details of how the Housing Management Service would operate which should include, as a minimum, information on: — Staff and management structure; — staff presence onsite; staff rota; staff grades; — cover for sickness holidays; — arrangements for emergency and out of hours access; — furniture provision and decoration; — void re-let times; — cleaning, heating, maintenance etc.; — staff cover over 24 hour period. (Answer to be no more than 4 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 10 % Tenderers are required to provide details of processes which will be used to address the different needs of staff, service users and stakeholder concerns, including: — whistleblowing, — bullying, — grievance, — fraud, — equality, — risk assessment, — health and safety. (Answer no more than 6 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 15 % Tenderers are required to demonstrate how they would deal with a Service User if during their time accommodated they were found to be actively misusing illicit substances or alcohol, what measures would they employ to ensure safety of all staff and service users where there is risk of relapse. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % Tenderers are required to detail how they would propose to support Service Users when they move on to Settled Accommodation, how will this be managed and how they would plan for disengagement. (Answer to be no more than 2 x A4 pages* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 5 % As far as possible, the Council are keen to promote the delivery of wider community benefits through our contracts. On this basis, Tenderers are invited to provide details of any benefits that they can provide as part of the contract which would have a positive economic, social or environmental impact such as school visits, provision of training opportunities for the long term unemployed, sponsorships, work placements etc. (Answers must not exceed 1 x A4 page* Any part of your response which exceeds this limit will not be considered.) Weight 2 % The quality submission will be assessed using the following 0-10 scoring methodology: 10 Approach is excellent suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement to an excellent standard. 8, 9 Approach is very good suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement very well. 6, 7 Approach is good suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement well. 5 Approach is satisfactory suggesting that the Tenderer will deliver the requirement. 2, 3, 4 Approach is poor suggesting that the Tenderer will have some difficulties with delivering the requirement. 1 Approach is very poor suggesting that the Tenderer will have significant difficulties with delivering the requirement. 0 Tenderer has failed to provide a response. The percentage weighting noted on each element of the Quality Submission indicate the weighting attributed to each element by the Council. Each section, regardless of weighting, will be scored out of a possible 100 % by an assessment panel using the scoring methodology provided in above. The resultant score will then be multiplied by the attributed weighting, with the sum of all weighted scores resulting in their overall quality score out of a possible 70 %. Following assessment of quality submissions, the quality score attained by each Tenderer will then be added to their pricing score to give a total tender score out of 100 %. It is intended that any Contract awarded hereon shall be awarded to the highest scoring Tenderer. Further can be found in the Invitation to Tender document. Note: The authority is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk. and search for project Code 2449 within the appropriate area. If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.