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Jubilee Car Park Construction

University of Sussex | Published January 10, 2017
Jubilee Car Park Construction.

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Blackpool Council | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

Blackpool Council wishes to appoint a Construction Partner to carry out the construction of a new Conference and Exhibition Centre and refurbishment / remodelling of parts of the existing buildings at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool.

The works to the existing buildings will be required to be undertaken whilst the building is occupied and operational.

Contractors must demonstrate substantial experience and track record of working on/with Grade II* listed, multi-functional buildings, it is also a requirement that any sub-contractors appointed demonstrate the same relevant experience.

Funding for all works in the project are still to be attained.

Blackpool Council have prepared & submitted bids for Coastal Communities Fund and the Growth Deal. Grant funding submissions were made on time, all funding bid criteria has been met. The remaining finance will be funded by the Council. It is anticipated that the funding package will be in place by April 2017 to coincide with the award of the Contract.

1. The construction of a two floor steel framed building, including demolition.

2. Refurbishment of the existing Foyer including demolition.

3. Refurbishment and minor Remodelling of the Opera House and Empress Ballroom.

4. Demolition of the Foyer, East elevation of the Empress Ballroom, Existing out buildings To the North elevation.

5. External works to the new entrance on Leopold Grove including Terrazzo tiles, concrete paviors, tarmac footways.

Full details are contained in the tender documents.

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Blackpool Council | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

Blackpool Council wishes to appoint a Construction Partner to carry out the construction of a new Conference and Exhibition Centre and refurbishment / remodelling of parts of the existing buildings at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool.

The works to the existing buildings will be required to be undertaken whilst the building is occupied and operational.

Contractors must demonstrate substantial experience and track record of working on/with Grade II* listed, multi-functional buildings, it is also a requirement that any sub-contractors appointed demonstrate the same relevant experience.

Funding for all works in the project are still to be attained.

Blackpool Council have prepared & submitted bids for Coastal Communities Fund and the Growth Deal. Grant funding submissions were made on time, all funding bid criteria has been met. The remaining finance will be funded by the Council. It is anticipated that the funding package will be in place by April 2017 to coincide with the award of the Contract.

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Brighton and Hove City Council | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017

The Council invites bidders to respond to this opportunity for the procurement of a framework agreement for a new Strategic Construction Partnership (SCP) comprising four ‘lots’ including: 1) a Constructor; 2) Consultant Quantity Surveyor; 3) Consultant Health and Safety Advisor; and 4) Consultant Structural Engineer; for a term of 5 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years subject to satisfactory performance. Each Lot will be awarded to a single operator.

It is estimated that the value of work which could potentially be undertaken by the Strategic Construction Partnership over the potential seven year period might be somewhere in the region of GBP 100 — GBP 150 000 000. In addition these works would attract professional fees in the order of 8-11 %.

The successful Constructor will be responsible for the construction of all projects within the partnership and will be expected to to give early advice on such things as build ability, site set-up and other associated activities to enable the successful completion of each scheme. The Constructor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for all necessary cost input activities from inception to completion of projects in relation to feasibility estimates, valuations, final accounts and other financial related activities to enable successful completion of projects. The Quantity Surveyor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Health and Safety Advisor will be responsible for carrying out all the required duties as necessary for projects within the partnership to ensure they and the design team, comply with the current Construction and Design Management Regulations. The Health and Safety Advisor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Structural Engineer will responsible for all necessary design input from inception to completion of projects in relation to structure, civils, drainage and associated work to enable successful completion of projects. The Structural Engineer will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

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Great Yarmouth Borough Council | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

Design and Build contract for the construction of New Office and Production Facility and associated works. N.B. prospective tenderers are advised that the project has previously been tendered by an earlier developer and contractors Morgan Sindall had been the successful tenderer. The previous developer withdrew such that the tender did not proceed as a contract and as a result the Council is taking on the role of developer and funder and is intending to procure and deliver the project directly. The project had previously obtained Planning Permitted Development ref 06/15/0752/LDO.

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Irvine Housing Association Limited | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

New Build Housing at Tarryholme, Phase 1, Irvine, North Ayrshire.

New Build Housing at Tarryholme,Phase One,Irvine, North Ayrshire.

Irvine Housing Association requires to procure a Developer/Contractor as a partner to deliver Phase One of the construction process.

The design layout for Phase One (86 units) should take into account that the remainder of the site will be developed at a later date. Irvine Housing Association has separately procured an Employer's Agent.

The Developer/Contractor will appoint the Principal Designer Services and include all costs within the tender sum.

Multi-dwelling buildings construction work

ESHA (Developments) Limited | Published December 23, 2016
Multi-dwelling buildings construction work.

Construction of Residential Dwellings in King's Lynn

Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk | Published December 23, 2016
Construction of Residential Dwellings in King's Lynn.

Tender for Professional Construction Consultancy Services

Causeway Coast and Glens District Council | Published December 23, 2016
Tender for Professional Construction Consultancy Services.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

University of Glasgow | Published January 7, 2017
Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Contract For The Supply Of Construction and Building Materials

Borough Council of Gateshead | Published January 6, 2017
Contract For The Supply Of Construction and Building Materials.

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Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published January 19, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017

Development — Bridport Place — Hackney — London — 32 Residential Apartments.

Tender Documents available via https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ using Access Code: 872R9W3F66.

The proposed development involves the construction of a high rise 3 to 11 storey building which contains 32 units mixed tenure apartments (of which 16 nr are for private outright sale, 6 nr are for shared ownership and 10 nr are for social rent), complete with external and all ancillary works.

The centre core of the building reaches the maximum height of 11 storeys. The building steps down to 8 storeys on the North West elevation and 6 storeys on the east elevation with roof terraces. The building steps down further to 5 and finally 3 storey height on the west elevation.

The site is located at the corner of Bridport Place and Wiltshire Row, adjacent the Regents Canal and Rosemary Branch Bridge within the Colville Estate, London, Hackney, N1 5DS.

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London Borough of Enfield | Published January 3, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

The Authority is seeking expression of interest to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Main Contractor with proven capability for the purpose of Refurbishment and Construction Works. Traditional contract for refurbishment, remodelling including new service installations, the 3 buildings being renovated have a gross internal area 3 072 m² gross internal floor area, the overall site area is 6 880 m² will include associated external works, car parking, access roads, and landscaping.

The former Minchenden School is within the curtilage of a Grade II* listed building — Southgate House and close to Southgate Underground and Bus Station. As such any building work required to extend, reconfigure, remodel or refurbish these buildings requires planning consent. Consequently, planning applications for listed building consent under the planning regulations has been submitted and are available for viewing on the Enfield Council Planning Portal (Ref: 16/04677/RE4 & 16/04322/LBC).

The Authority will be inviting tenders for the provision of the these works will comprise of (but are not limited to) new build (traditional construction), external works and services. The buildings will have undergone an enabling contract, providing clear buildings for the main contract works. The enabling contract comprises roofing remedial works, services strip out, splitting and removal of all incoming services, removal of temporary structures, partitions

The appointment of the Contractor will be via a 2 stage OJEU compliant Restricted Tender process (Stage 1 SQ / Stage 2 ITT) to culminate in an award under the JCT 2011 Standard Building Contract with Quantities. During SQ stage 1 the intention is to arrive at a short-list of the top five Applicants for formal Invitation to Tender (the ITT) against the requirement.

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Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017

LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a national framework for construction works to provide high quality works and services to public sector organisations in England.

The framework shall be open to the public sector including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ , and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the Framework Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.

The framework will be segregated into 70 lots; made up of 5 works categories (split into 2 financial bands each), and 7 regions.

Individual contracts under the framework will be awarded via the mini competition process. Eligible Contracting Authorities will select a relevant lot to engage appointed suppliers for their contract, and invite all suppliers under that selected lot to bid for the works.

Deliver works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, mechanical and electrical, demolitions, enabling works, and other general building works, in a variety of environments. Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 1A — London.

Lot 1B — North East.

Lot 1C — North West.

Lot 1D — Midlands.

Lot 1E — East of England.

Lot 1F — South East.

Lot 1G — South West.

Deliver works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, mechanical and electrical, demolitions, enabling works, and other general building works, in a variety of environments. Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 2A — London.

Lot 2B — North East.

Lot 2C — North West.

Lot 2D — Midlands.

Lot 2E — East of England.

Lot 2F — South East.

Lot 2G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in healthcare, acute, and live environments, compliant to the Health Technical Memorandum. Works may be completed in environments where there is increased exposure to ‘at risk’ patients. Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 3A — London.

Lot 3B — North East.

Lot 3C — North West.

Lot 3D — Midlands.

Lot 3E — East of England.

Lot 3F — South East.

Lot 3G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in healthcare, acute, and live environments, compliant to the Health Technical Memorandum. Works may be completed in environments where there is increased exposure to ‘at risk’ patients. Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 3A — London.

Lot 3B — North East.

Lot 3C — North West.

Lot 3D — Midlands.

Lot 3E — East of England.

Lot 3F — South East.

Lot 3G — South West.

Works on heritage listed and unique older buildings. Works may include refurbishment, conservation works, fit outs, and specialist works (stone works, masonry, etc.).

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 5A — London.

Lot 5B — North East.

Lot 5C — North West.

Lot 5D — Midlands.

Lot 5E — East of England.

Lot 5F — South East.

Lot 5G — South West.

Works on heritage listed and unique older buildings. Works may include refurbishment, conservation works, fit outs, and specialist works (stone works, masonry, etc.).

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 5A — London.

Lot 5B — North East.

Lot 5C — North West.

Lot 5D — Midlands.

Lot 5E — East of England.

Lot 5F — South East.

Lot 5G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in mental health environments working closely with Mental Health Trusts.

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 7A — London.

Lot 7B — North East.

Lot 7C — North West.

Lot 7D — Midlands.

Lot 7E — East of England.

Lot 7F — South East.

Lot 7G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in mental health environments working closely with Mental Health Trusts.

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 7A — London.

Lot 7B — North East.

Lot 7C — North West.

Lot 7D — Midlands.

Lot 7E — East of England.

Lot 7F — South East.

Lot 7G — South West.

Works related to the delivery, maintenance, or removal modular building systems. Works may include supply and installation of new modular systems, maintenance, refurbishment and fit-out works to existing modular systems, or removal of existing modular systems and safe disposal as required.

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 00 GBP.

Lot 9A — London.

Lot 9B — North East.

Lot 9C — North West.

Lot 9D — Midlands.

Lot 9E — East of England.

Lot 9F — South East.

Lot 9G — South West.

Works related to the delivery, maintenance, or removal modular building systems. Works may include supply and installation of new modular systems, maintenance, refurbishment and fit-out works to existing modular systems, or removal of existing modular systems and safe disposal as required.

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 9A — London.

Lot 9B — North East.

Lot 9C — North West.

Lot 9D — Midlands.

Lot 9E — East of England.

Lot 9F — South East.

Lot 9G — South West.

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Forth Valley College | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

Forth Valley College (‘the College’) is seeking to appoint a single stage Design and Build Main Contractor (‘Contractor’) who will take on full responsibility for the New Falkirk Campus, including checking and completing the design and constructing the new Campus of approximately 20, 263 m².

The Construction phase is expected to be completed in a 23 month period, up until mid-August 2019, with the occupation of the building by the College no later than October 2019.

The Full Business Case for the new 20 263 sq.m Falkirk Campus has recently been approved by the Scottish Government with permission secured to proceed to OJEU/ESPD. A redacted version of the Full Business Case has been provided, however Bidders should note that this has been provided for information only, and that due to the design development process some aspects may have been superseded (see Appendix A, i and ii).

The role of the Contactor will be to check the proposed design, before completing the design and carrying out the Works to completion. The client Architect's design will be taken to RIBA Stage 4-, the client Civil and Structural Engineers and client Mechanical and Electrical Engineers designs will be taken to RIBA Stage 3+.

The accommodation will consist of two main blocks with the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block (over 2 floors) containing:

— classrooms

— computer workshops

— science laboratories

— staff workrooms

— refectory

— kitchen

— salon services

— sports facilities

— energy centre

— study places and flexible learning areas

— accessible roof

Practical Teaching block (over one floor of two storey height) containing workshops for:

— gas safety

— plumbing

— renewable and sustainable energy

— carpentry and joinery

— wood machining

— bricklaying

— painting and decoration

— mechanical maintenance

— electrical maintenance

— electrical installation and instrumentation

— welding and fabrication

— chemical engineering and fabrication

External Works will consist of:

— areas of soft and hard landscaping

— planting

— car parking for approximately 618 cars

— lighting

— cctv installation

— access control

The construction of the new Campus will comprise of the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— pc suspended first floor and roof

— structural steel frame, pc stair units

— external walls of Danish facing brick on sfs internal leaf

— metal windows and curtain walling

— internal partitions of glass

— sliding folding partitioning and plasterboard stud partitioning

— raised access floors to a number of areas

— acoustic ceilings

— fixed FF&E

Practical Teaching block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— steel deck roof, structural steel frame

— external metal cladding on sfs internal leaf

— steel framed metal mezzanine floors to some areas

— block internal partitions and plasterboard internal partitioning

— fixed FF&E and workshop machinery

A more detailed description of the project is provided within Section 2 (Specification of Requirements) of the Instructions to Bidders document, and bidders are expected to have read this Section 2 prior to submitting their ESPD responses. The Instructions to Bidders document can be found within Public Contracts Scotland-Tender (PCS-T) and via the following link https://www.forthvalley.ac.uk/about-us/media-centre/new-falkirk-campus/

In summary, the Specification of Requirements includes:

— Introduction to Forth Valley College

— Overview of the Project

— Project Programme

— Environmental Performance

— Design/Build Quality

— Cost

— Funding/Financial

— Role of the Contractor

— Client Team

— Overview of the Design (including Accommodation, Construction, Services)

— Building Information Modelling

— Form of Contract/Contract Performance Conditions

— Project Bank Accounts

— Fair Working Practices

— Modern Slavery Act 2015

— Community Benefits

— Sustainable Procurement

The College is committed to ensuring that we, and our key suppliers and contractors, adopt fair working practices in relation to our workforce in delivery of our services (including throughout the supply chain). In recognition of this, Forth Valley College is proud to be a Living Wage Accredited Employer (see www.livingwage.org.uk). Please refer to the Instruction to Bidders document for more details.

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University of Keele | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017

Tenders are invited from interested parties for the delivery of the Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND). This will cover both the design and construction of the SEND under a single-stage design and build contract.

Conceptually the SEND project will transform the University's current utilities infrastructure into a dual use system that operates to both supply energy and acts as a laboratory for research, development and innovation (RD&I) to support both business and academic driven research programmes and support new product, processes and services developments.

The SEND is part funded from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

The Keele University SEND will provide a real community based at-scale demonstrator, across multiple energy vectors, to support RD&I into smart, flexible energy supply, storage and monitoring to deliver improved energy security, reduce energy costs and reduce carbon emissions within a mixed environment and community. The purpose of this procurement is to appoint a Contractor to complete the final design, deliver the new and upgraded/refurbished utility infrastructure to enable demonstration, introduce and upgrade (to enable demonstration) the control system for the SEND, and oversee the introduction of procedural changes.

The SEND project has the following functional objectives:

* Basic Information Management,

* Basic Demand Side Management,

* Advanced metering infrastructure and heat load analysis,

* Integrated Energy Systems, Leveraging Advanced Information Management,

* Realising Micro-grids through advanced DER management,

* Unlocking low carbon transport potential,

* Introduce self-healing network characteristics.

The Prior Information Notice was published in OJEU in October 2016 and anticipated that the award criteria would be 60 % in respect of quality and 40 % in respect of cost. Following further consideration, the University has adjusted the weightings to 70 % for quality and 30 % for cost, given the critical importance of quality to the success of the SEND project.

The form of contract to be utilised will be the FIDIC Silver Book First Edition 1999 as will be amended by the University as specified in the procurement documents.

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LHC | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline March 3, 2017

Various New build and refurbishment projects for local authorities, education authorities, further education authorities, police and fire authorities, health authorities and other public bodies.

Four value bands covering various geographical lots across the England and Wales.

It is proposed that Tenders will be able to apply for up to two value bands.

The value bands are:

Value Band 1: Project values up to £2,000,000 GBP

Is split into either New Build or Refurbishment projects

The following value bands are for New Build and Refurbishment works

Value Band 2: Project values £2,000,000 and £4,000,000 GBP New build and refurbishment

Value Band 3: Projects values Between £4,000,000 to £10,000,000 GBP New build and refurbishment

Value Band 4: Project values over £10,000,000

A maximum of 4 Company's will be awarded to each lot.

The provision of Construction services for new build, extensions and refurbishment with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

New build, extensions and associated works with a supported design service

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The provision of refurbishment works with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

General Refurbishment works with a supported design service, which will include but not be limited to the following:

a. External Refurbishment Works covering replacement of flat and pitched roof coverings, replacement windows and doors, external cladding and insulation works and all associated building works, external landscaping works including resurfacing of car parks and playgrounds, refurbishment of existing and installation of new multiuse games areas and other types of sports facilities including groundworks, drainage, fencing and associated electrical works.

b. Internal Refurbishment Works covering i refurbishment of science labs and home economics facilities and other educational learning environments, refurbishment of sanitary facilities, sports changing facilities with associated electrical and mechanical works with a supported design service ii Internal refurbishment and remodeling of community buildings with all associated builders works and electrical and mechanical services works

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The Contractor shall ensure that all contracts with Subcontractors and Suppliers which the Contractor intends to procure following the Commencement Date, and which the Contractor has not, before the date of this Contract, already planned to award to a particular Subcontractor or Supplier, are advertised through the relevant portal (in England and Wales on Contract Finder www.gov.uk/contracts-finder and awarded following a fair, open, transparent and competitive process proportionate to the nature and value of the contract.

The provision of Construction services for new build, extensions and refurbishment with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

New build, extensions and associated works with a supported design service

General Refurbishment works with a supported design service, which will include but not be limited to the following:

a. External Refurbishment Works covering replacement of flat and pitched roof coverings, replacement windows and doors, external cladding and insulation works and all associated building works, external landscaping works including resurfacing of car parks and playgrounds, refurbishment of existing and installation of new multiuse games areas and other types of sports facilities including groundworks, drainage, fencing and associated electrical works.

b. Internal Refurbishment Works covering i refurbishment of science labs and home economics facilities and other educational learning environments, refurbishment of sanitary facilities, sports changing facilities with associated electrical and mechanical works with a supported design service ii Internal refurbishment and remodeling of community buildings with all associated builders works and electrical and mechanical services works

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The Contractor shall ensure that all contracts with Subcontractors and Suppliers which the Contractor intends to procure following the Commencement Date, and which the Contractor has not, before the date of this Contract, already planned to award to a particular Subcontractor or Supplier, are advertised through the relevant portal (in England and Wales on Contract Finder www.gov.uk/contracts-finder and awarded following a fair, open, transparent and competitive process proportionate to the nature and value of the contract.

Construction of Timber Framed Classroom

Croughton All Saints School | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 2, 2017
Construction of a timber framed classrooms at Croughton All Saints School Northants.

Construction work

Choice Development Limited | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline April 1, 2019
Construction work

Construction work

Portsmouth City Council | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Employer’) is seeking to establish a multi-supplier framework agreement for the delivery of project works on a Primary Contractor basis. The contract value of individual projects let via the agreement will typically range from approximately 100 000 GBP to 1 500 000 GBP, however to provide for flexibility there will be no binding upper or lower limit. The Employer estimates that the agreement may be used to let a total of 5 000 000 GBP — 6 000 000 GBP worth of aggregate spend per annum.

The Employer is aiming to have awarded the agreement by 15.5.2017 with a commencement date of 1.7.2017. Once operational the agreement will run for a maximum duration of 4 years. The Employer will establish the agreement concurrently with the letting of a contract for planned maintenance works to 10no. blocks located within the City. The estimated value of this contract is 1 050 000 GBP and the works commencement date is 3.7.2017.

Portsmouth City Council ‘the Employer’ is seeking to establish a multi-supplier framework agreement for the delivery of project works on a Primary Contractor basis. The contract value of individual projects let via the agreement will typically range fromapproximately 100 000 GBP to 1 500 000 GBP, however to provide for flexibility there will be no binding upper or lower limit. The Employer estimates that the agreement may be used to let a total of 5 000 000 GBP — 6 000 000 GBP worth of aggregate spend per annum. The Employer is aiming to have awarded the agreement by 15.5.2017 with a commencement date of 1.7.2017. Once operational the agreement will run for a maximum duration of 4 years. The agreement will be used to deliver works projects for low, medium and high rise traditionally and non-traditionally construction residential, educational, community and commercial properties including for new builds & extensions. The type of projects let via the agreement will usually not have one predominate trade and will require a Primary Contractor to employ and manage, either directly or through sub-contractors a range of different trades. Examples of typical types of works that would be undertaken include but are not limited to;

— Provision of site welfare and high level access equipment.

— Flat and pitched roofing.

— Asphalting / structural waterproofing.

— uPVC window and composite door installation.

— External and communal decorations.

— Concrete repair, brick repointing and other structural works.

— Emergency lighting installation and associated electrical installations.

— Fencing and landscaping works.

— Other associated repairs.

— New builds and extensions.

The agreement will mainly be used for single stage designed works; however the Employer reserves the right to procure non-standard works through the agreement using an appropriate contract from the JCT 2016 suite of contracts. Non-Standard works could include for projects which incorporate strategies such as Early Contractor Involvement, 2 stage open book, design & build, etc., or in terms of works scope, higher value contracts, niche work packages & work methods, higher complexity new build and extensions, etc.

The Employer will establish the agreement concurrently with the letting of a contract for planned maintenance works to 10no. blocks located within the City. The estimated value of this contract is 1 050 000 GBP and the works commencement date is 3.7.2017. The contract will be let using the JCT Intermediate Contract 2016 and will cover provision of welfare facilities and high level access, installation of emergency lighting and electrical testing, installation of property fire doors, structural repairs including concrete repairs, lintel replacement and re-pointing, external and communal decoration together with roof repair and replacement. A full specification, associated documentation and pricing schedule will be included within the tender pack.

A two tier framework agreement will be established to provide for additional flexibility and contingency over the term of the agreement. The first tier will be the Primary tier and will be made up of the highest scoring 6 (or greater if multiple bidders achieve the same score as 6) suppliers as a result of the evaluation process; the second tier will be a reserve of 4 contractors with potentially more should they be within 5 % of the supplier ranked 10th. Further information regarding the operation of the tiering system is included within the tender documents and within the tender documentation.

The agreement will also be available for members of the Portsmouth Regional Procurement Partnership (PRPP) plus East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) to utilise at their discretion. The PRPP is made up of the following members:

— Portsmouth City Council.

— Havant Borough Council.

— Fareham Borough Council.

— Gosport Borough Council.

— University of Portsmouth.

— NHS South of England Procurement Services (SoEPS).