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Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline November 2, 2016
Works include but not restricted to:

Approved list of Contractors for Barnsley MBC construction works in selected categories

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 17, 2013  -  Deadline January 31, 2018

Project: Approved list of Contractors for Barnsley MBC construction works in selected categories.

Ref.: PP 504

Contract Start: September 2013

Contract Completion: August 2018

Description of Works: Applications are invited from contractors who wish to be included on Barnsley MBC list of approved contractors for construction related work up to the value of £100,000, in the specific categories of work listed below.

The approved list is a list of contractors who have been assessed to meet the Council’s standards for technical capability, financial standing, equality, environmental and health and safety. The approved list will remain open to new applicants until it closes, but the last date for receipt of applications is January 2018.

If you wish to apply to join this list, complete the application form and relevant documentation, which is attached to this scheme and upload your completed form. Additional supporting documentation comprising insurances, SSIP and other certification should be uploaded at the same time.

The questionnaire and the guidance/scoring document are both available to download form the site.

Inclusion on the approved list does not constitute or imply an agreement or guarantee regarding any tender opportunities, any contract or any other form of agreement.

NOTE: This scheme will be tendered electronically through the YORtender System. Applicants must register their company at . Applicants will then need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. To pre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed questionnaire via YORtender.

The above information/relevant details include:

1. Applicants are to provide a list of projects, as defined in the selection questionnaire, to demonstrate their experience in carrying out works of similar projects. This must include, as a minimum, completion date, value, description of the works, contract period, form of contract and client contact details.

NOTE: References are required to be provided by the contacts listed for your experience, and must be received directly from the companies providing them. The return email for these references is

Applicants not providing any of the requested information will not proceed any further.

Newly formed companies are required to provide evidence of their capabilities and demonstrate its ability to deliver similar projects in the categories applied for. For newly formed or diversifying organisations this can be via the past experience of key personnel. Your application should include method statements, C.V’s for staff employed demonstrating the capabilities and competencies of the company in this area.

2 Applicants should also note that registration with a Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP) constituent body (such as CHAS), or equivalent is mandatory for all projects involving contractors/suppliers working on Council premises and/or contractors working on the Council’s behalf.

Applicants are required to provide certificates/evidence of registration under SSIP or equivalent approved scheme, including the additional categories:

Where your organisation is registered under SSIP but not registered for the additional category of Principal Contractor you must provide evidence/details of your ability/technical competence, experience and track record by submitting project information / Construction Phase Health and Safety Plans / client contact information and the like evidence where such roles have been undertaken.

Evidence of current CHAS registration in any of the above categories is sufficient to demonstrate competency.

If applicants cannot provide certificates/evidence of registration under SSIP or equivalent approved scheme and evidence for the required category stated above their application will fail.

In the event that Design, Demolition or Works to Highways/Public Footpaths categories are required evidence of registration under SSIP or equivalent approved scheme will be a requirement of the tender documentation.




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FAO. Mrs Karen Headen TELEPHONE 01226 774395



Provision of Services - Traffic Management

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 3, 2016  -  Deadline November 2, 2016
BMBC have a requirement for Traffic Management services to support the day to day work activities within the Local Authority. BMBC requires the Contractor to provide when requested temporary traffic management solutions for its street works, private and public roads/highways/footpaths/bridleways in the entire BMBC region. The provision of the services will include the installation, maintenance and removal of all signing and guarding on various highway and street lighting schemes on behalf of our Highways Construction Department and our Sub-Contractors. Services shall comply with the requirements of the appropriate British Standard or equivalent and of specification unless otherwise directed or permitted by the project manager. All traffic management layouts must be in accordance with:
Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual 2006 (Traffic Safety Measures and Signs for Road Works and Temporary situations) Part 1 and Part 2
Code of Practice for Safety at Street Works and Road Works
Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002
The required services will be predominantly required for local roads and one high-speed Dual Carriageway – the A6195 Dearne Valley Parkway.
Operators on site Works included but not restricted to:
Temporary Traffic Signals (2-way and Multi-way)
Lane Closures
Road Closures & Diversions
Advance Warning Signs for Highway Schemes
No Parking Signage and Coning in Advance and During Highway Schemes
Letter Drop to Affected Frontages
Pedestrian Management for Footways
Speed Restrictions for Temporary Traffic Regulation Order Works
Out of Hours Maintenance Checks on Static Sites
Provision of Traffic Control Safety Officer as and when required.
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