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Office block construction work

South Yorkshire Pensions Authority | Published October 6, 2015
cpvs
45213150

Office block construction work

Construction work

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published January 7, 2017
Winner
Colas Ltd
cpvs
45000000

For the supply of Labour Resource and Plant Equipment to carry out improvement and repair works including Draining, Ducting, Groundworks, and Structural Concrete work at various sites within BMBC's geographic area. The services are to support the day-to-day work activities of BMBC. The Contractor is to provide ideally gangs of 2 or 3 operatives that will predominantly work alongside BMBC Direct Labour Operatives, although, teams must also have the ability to work unsupervised, with direction from BMBC. Undertake public liaison, with a local knowledge of BMBC geographical area.

Kerbing, Edging, Channelling, Step Units, Combined Kerb and Drainage Blocks and Linear Drainage. Paving, Block Paving, Tactiles and Flagging and potentially High Specification materials like Granite Products. Renewing and / or adjustment of ironwork for example — Manhole cover and frames, Gullies, Fire Hydrants, Stop Taps and Inspection Covers. Surface Water Drainage including new Gullies and associated Pipework and Connections, Ducting of all types including Traffic Signals, Street Lighting, Communications, including all associated Chambers and Covers. Tarmac Hand and Machine Lay. Asphalts, Hot Rolled, High Stone Content, including pothole and patching repairs. Groundwork's, Excavation and Minor Earthworks in all types of materials. Drainage, Installation of Street Furniture.

Construction work

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline November 2, 2016
cpvs
45000000

Works include but not restricted to:

Construction work

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
cpvs
45000000

The Employer requires a Constructor Partner to work collaboratively on the design and construction of the following works: 1. Construction of a new central library; 2. Refurbishment of existing shop buildings; 3. Re-model and extension of markets building (Metropolitan Centre); 4. New town square; 5. Public realm; 6. Associated services works. It is intended that this contract acts as a catalyst for regeneration of the area. Accordingly, the contractor will be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions which may relate to social, economic and environmental considerations. The contractor's technical capability to meet these requirements may also be assessed at the pre-qualification stage and criteria which asses the manner in which the contractor will meet these requirements may also be included within the contract award criteria.

Construction work for houses

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 20, 2017
Winner
Keepmoat Homes Limited
cpvs
45211100

Procurement of a development partner to deliver mixed housing development including properties for sale, rent and low cost home ownership. The term of the development agreement was envisaged to be 15-20 years. The development agreement provided for development in phases across 4 distinct sites subject to certain viability conditions being met.

Design and Construction, New Housing, Roy Kilner Road, Wombwell,

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published August 12, 2013  -  Deadline August 27, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45210000, 45211100, 45211300

Project: Design and Construction, New Housing, Roy Kilner Road, Wombwell,

Barnsley

Ref.: 07-17-14-1-1076

Estimated value: £3,300,000

Contract Start: December 2013

Contract Completion: February 2015

Description of Works: Design and Construction of 37 nr dwellings, comprising one two storey block of 4 nr apartments, 1 nr three-bed bungalow, 3 nr four-bed detached or semi detached houses, 13 nr three-bed semi-detached houses, and 16 nr two-bed semi-detached houses. Design Standard to Code level 4.

Closing date for application: 12 Noon 27th  August 2013

NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. To pre-

qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection 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 on 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 internal references will be used where applicable.

The BMBC reference template changed on 30th April 2013, therefore new references are required from this date.

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

2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available if trading for less than two years.

The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder’s latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements).

Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder. Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment.

Where suitable financial accounts are not available (e.g. for a new company), please provide as much of the following information as possible:

  • Interim and/or draft accounts;

  • Bankers statements and references;

  • Accountants references;

  • Management accounts;

  • Financial projections, including cash flow forecasts.

3. 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 category:

  • Principal Contractor

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 the above category 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.

Applicants should also note that Design category for the Contractor or his Design Consultants will be a requirement for this project. This will be assessed at tender stage. It will be a Condition of Tendering that evidence of appropriate registration under SSIP or an equivalent approved scheme is provided with the tender submission. Organisations unable to provide such evidence may have their tenders rejected.

Method of Selection

The information provided shall be evaluated and scored. The highest scoring organisations shall be ranked in order and form the select list to be invited to tender. The select list will generally range from between 5 and 8 organisations, which could be extended in order to ensure adequate competition.

NOTE: Section 1 of the selection questionnaire will be scored initially to produce a scored ranked list. A maximum number of eight applicants will then be assessed against the PASS/FAIL criteria in Sections 2 and 3. If any bidder FAILS the list may be extended to include the next highest ranking bidder.

K TEMPLE

MANAGING DIRECTOR

NPS BARNSLEY LTD

PO BOX 634

BARNSLEY

SOUTH YORKSHIRE S70 9GG

FAO. Philip Heppenstall TELEPHONE 01226 774336

DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT HELPDESK (YORtender QUERIES) - TELEPHONE: 01226 774341

CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS - Find business opportunities with the Council’s

Finance and Property Directorate by registering (for free) at https://www.yortender.co.uk

 

Design and Construction, New Housing, Saville Road, Gilroyd, Barnsley

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published August 12, 2013  -  Deadline August 27, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45210000, 45211100, 45211300

Project: Design and Construction, New Housing, Saville Road, Gilroyd, Barnsley

Ref.: 07-17-14-1-1075

Estimated value: £1,000,000

Contract Start: January 2014

Contract Completion: August 2014

Description of Works: Design and Construction of 9 nr dwellings, comprising 2 Nr 2 bed semi-detached, 6 Nr 3 bed semi-detached and 1 Nr 4 bed detached dwellings. Design Standard to Code level 4.

Closing date for application: 12 Noon 27th August 2013

NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. To pre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection 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 on 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 internal references will be used where applicable.

The BMBC reference template changed on 30th April 2013, therefore new references are required from this date.

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

2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available if trading for less than two years.

The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder’s latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements).

Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder. Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment.

Where suitable financial accounts are not available (e.g. for a new company), please provide as much of the following information as possible:

  • Interim and/or draft accounts;

  • Bankers statements and references;

  • Accountants references;

  • Management accounts;

  • Financial projections, including cash flow forecasts.

3. 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 category:

  • Principal Contractor

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 the above category 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.

Applicants should also note that Design category for the Contractor or his Design Consultants will be a requirement for this project. This will be assessed at tender stage. It will be a Condition of Tendering that evidence of appropriate registration under SSIP or an equivalent approved scheme is provided with the tender submission. Organisations unable to provide such evidence may have their tenders rejected.

Method of Selection

The information provided shall be evaluated and scored. The highest scoring organisations shall be ranked in order and form the select list to be invited to tender. The select list will generally range from between 5 and 8 organisations, which could be extended in order to ensure adequate competition.

NOTE: Section 1 of the selection questionnaire will be scored initially to produce a scored ranked list. A maximum number of eight applicants will then be assessed against the PASS/FAIL criteria in Sections 2 and 3. If any bidder FAILS the list may be extended to include the next highest ranking bidder.

K TEMPLE

MANAGING DIRECTOR

NPS BARNSLEY LTD

PO BOX 634

BARNSLEY

SOUTH YORKSHIRE S70 9GG

FAO. Lloyd Kellock TELEPHONE 01226 773517

DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT HELPDESK (YORtender QUERIES) - TELEPHONE: 01226 774341

CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS - Find business opportunities with the Council’s

Finance and Property Directorate by registering (for free) at https://www.yortender.co.uk

 

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

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 17, 2013  -  Deadline January 31, 2018
cpvs
31625000, 31625100, 31625200, 35111300, 39191000, 39191100, 39192000, 39193000, 44115500, 45000000, 45111200, 45111230, 45111240, 45111250, 45211000, 45211100, 45212212, 45212290, 45232141, 45232450, 45232451, 45232452, 45232453, 45252120, 45252126, 45261211, 45261212, 45261213, 45261214, 45262000, 45262300, 45262330, 45262400, 45310000, 45313000, 45320000, 45330000, 45331000, 45340000, 45342000, 45343200, 45343220, 45350000, 45420000, 45421100, 45421110, 45421112, 45421130, 45421132, 45421140, 45431100, 45432100, 45432110, 45432111, 45432113, 45432114, 45432130, 45432200, 45442100, 45450000, 45454100, 50000000, 50410000, 90650000, 90733000, 90733900

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 https://www.yortender.co.uk . 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 procurement.barnsley@nps.co.uk.

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.

K TEMPLE

MANAGING DIRECTOR

NPS BARNSLEY LTD

PO BOX 634

BARNSLEY

SOUTH YORKSHIRE S70 9GG

FAO. Mrs Karen Headen TELEPHONE 01226 774395

DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT HELPDESK (YORtender QUERIES)- TELEPHONE: 01226 774341

 

Public Realm Improvement works, Construction and Civil Engineering – supply of specialist work gangs.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
cpvs
45200000

Public Realm Improvement works, Construction and Civil Engineering - supply of specialist work gangs.

Summer Lane Primary - New Modular Classroom Extension and Internal Alterations to Existing Classrooms and Community Room – READVERTISED DUE TO CHANGE IN METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 21, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45262800

BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL
FINANCE, PROPERTY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

SELECT TENDER LIST


Project: Summer Lane Primary - New Modular Classroom Extension and Internal Alterations to Existing Classrooms and Community Room – READVERTISED DUE TO CHANGE IN METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION

Ref: 07-17-16-1-1026   

Estimated value:  £225,000 

Contract Start:  Anticipated 13 July 2015 

Contract Completion: Anticipated 9 October 2015

Description of Works: New single storey extension and link to the existing school comprising single classroom with toilet accommodation including associated groundworks, external works, including concrete retaining wall and drainage together with some minor alterations to classrooms and other areas within the existing school. The extension will be constructed with structural timber frame and have a ground bearing concrete floor slab. Works will be executed mainly during term time with the school occupied and in use.
 

Closing date for application: 12 Noon Thursday 21 May 2015

NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise.  To
pre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection 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 on 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 internal references will be used where applicable.

 The Barnsley MBC Reference Template changed on the 30 April 2013 and any references (external or internal) on the old template are no longer valid.  References must be obtained and submitted on the new template.

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

2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available, if trading for less than two years.

 The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder’s latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements).

Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder.  Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company, the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment.

Where suitable financial accounts are not available (eg for a new company), please provide as much of the following information as possible:

• Interim and/or draft accounts
• Bankers statements and references
• Accountants references
• Management accounts
• Financial projections, including cash flow forecasts


3. 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 category:

• Principal Contractor

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 the above category 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.
 
 
 Method of Selection

 The information provided shall be evaluated and scored.  The highest scoring organisations shall be ranked in order and form the select list to be invited to tender.  The select list will generally range from between 5 and 8 organisations, which could be extended in order to ensure adequate competition.

 NOTE:  Section 1 of the selection questionnaire will be scored initially to produce a scored ranked list.  A maximum number of eight applicants will then be assessed against the PASS/FAIL criteria in Sections 2 and 3.  If any bidder FAILS, the list may be extended to include the next highest ranking bidder.


K TEMPLE
MANAGING DIRECTOR
NPS BARNSLEY LTD
PO BOX 634
BARNSLEY
SOUTH YORKSHIRE
S70 9GG
FAO Pete Bradley TELEPHONE 01226 775405
DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT HELPDESK (YORtender QUERIES) –
TELEPHONE:  01226 774341


CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS – Find business opportunities with the Council’s
Corporate Services Directorate by registering (for free) at https://www.yortender.co.uk

 

Better Barnsley — Town Centre Regeneration Project.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
cpvs
45000000

The Employer requires a Constructor Partner to work collaboratively on the design and construction of the following works: 1. Construction of a new central library; 2. Refurbishment of existing shop buildings; 3. Re-model and extension of markets building (Metropolitan Centre); 4. New town square; 5. Public realm; 6. Associated services works. It is intended that this contract acts as a catalyst for regeneration of the area. Accordingly, the contractor will be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions which may relate to social, economic and environmental considerations. The contractor's technical capability to meet these requirements may also be assessed at the pre-qualification stage and criteria which asses the manner in which the contractor will meet these requirements may also be included within the contract award criteria.

Provision of Skip, Waste Removal, Disposal, Segregration and Recycling Service to Barnsley MBC and B

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published April 23, 2015
Winner
TK Lynskey Excavations Ltd, TK Lynskey Excavations Ltd The Foundry, Common Lane, Wath-upon-Dearne
cpvs
90500000, 34928480, 44613800, 45222110

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and Berneslai Homes Limited, its arms length housing management organisation are seek one or more suitability qualified skip, waste and recycling companies. The waste collected will be of a mixed nature covering construction waste and mixed waste. The contract will consist of 4 lots. Lot 1- Berneslai Homes Ltd — Construction Waste Lot 2 -Barnsley MBC Central Market Lot 3 Barnsley District Markets Lot 4 -Adhoc Skip Requirements Applications can be received for 1 or more of the lots. Tenderers will be required to demonstrate the ability to perform all the lots they have applied for as the service for all lots will be required at the same time. One contractor will be allocated to each lot. The contract will be a mix of delivery to waste disposal and transporting waste to a nominated waste transfer station.

Provision of Skip, Waste Removal, Disposal, Segregation & Recycling Service to BMBC and Berneslai Homes

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 25, 2014  -  Deadline October 27, 2014
cpvs
44613700

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council  and its arms length management organisation; Berneslai Homes Ltd  are seeking to appoint one or more suitably qualified ship and waste re-cycling companies .

The waste collected will be of a mixed nature and cover construction waste and mixed waste. The contract will consists of 4 lots
Lot 1 - Berneslai Homes - Construction Waste
Lot 2 - Barnsley MBC Central Market
Lot 3 - Barnsley District Markets
Lot 4 - Adhoc Skip Requirement

Applications can be received for one or more of the lots .

One contractor will be allocated to each lot.

The contract will be a mix of delivery to waste disposal and transporting waste to a nominated waste transfer station.
 

Control, safety, signalling and light equipment

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published February 24, 2017
Winner
Hatton Traffic Management Limited
cpvs
34990000, 34920000, 34992000, 34996000, 63712700

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.

Urban Centre Infrastructure

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 25, 2013  -  Deadline November 22, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45220000

The Urban Centre Infrastructure (UCI) project will enhance 13,468sq m of public realm on Eldon Street, Regent Street South, Hanson St, Royal St, Regent St, Church St (part), Market Hill and Eastgate to the level of that agreed in the Barnsley Public Spaces Strategy. This includes paving in natural materials (Yorkstone & Granite), new lighting, signage and street furniture.

 

This contract is for carrying out public realm and highway improvements on roads within Barnsley town centre. The works within this contract include:

 

·          Re-kerbing, using granite kerbs.

·          New street lighting, street furniture and signs.

·          Renewal of drainage gullies and channels, provision of new drainage.

·          Reconstruction of footways, using new Yorkstone and granite paving.

·          Reconstruction of carriageways with a finished surface of Stone Mastic Asphalt, Basalt setts or Yorkstone setts, dependent upon street.

 

Responsibilities of the contractor will include, but not be limited to the following:

 

·          Construction of the works, including traffic management and safety.

·          Full compliance with The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

·          Electrical and Lighting installations compliant with current legislation.

·          Client and designer interface, attendance of meetings

·          Management of project including programme and on and off site works, statutory undertaker works.

·          Production of fully compliant Health &Safety documentations

Please note you must complete and return a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire by 12 noon 22nd November 2013.  All documentation can be downloaded from the "My Opportunities" area of YORtender.

 

Penistone Phase 3 - Proposed New Classroom and Staffroom Extensions, Internal Alterations to Form New Reception and Administration Area and Classroom Refurbishment Works, Penistone Primary School

BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Construction of new single storey classroom and staffroom extensions (traditional construction to match existing). Internal Alterations within existing kitchen area to Form New Reception and Administration Area. Refurbishment of existing Classroom and other areas. External works comprising alterations to existing paved areas, new footpaths and fencing together with drainage alterations. To register interest against this opportunity, please visit www.yortender.co.uk and view the opportunities area. Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. To pre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection questionnaire via YORtender.

Development Management Service for the Better Barnsley Retail and Leisure Project.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
70000000, 66122000, 70112000, 70330000, 71200000, 71300000, 71000000

BMBC is seeking to appoint a Development Management organisation to deliver the development of a major town centre retail and leisure focussed scheme. The Development Management organisation will be required to demonstrate its success on delivering similar projects along with its experience and ability to work collaboratively with local authorities. The outline town centre scheme is in the early stages of development and represents the Council's broad aspirations for the site. The Development Management organisation will be expected to work in partnership with the Council to challenge, shape and enhance this scheme to deliver the best possible outcome for the town. The Town Centre prospectus was agreed by the Council's Cabinet in December 2014, along with a total funding package of 50 000 000 GBP as a significant Council contribution to deliver some of the town centre scheme. The total cost of the scheme to deliver all elements including the construction of the new retail and leisure facilities (development of which are the subject of this procurement) on plots created through demolition and the refurbishment of existing buildings, will be in excess of 75 000 000 GBP, and therefore additional investment from the private sector will be required for this retail and leisure element. It is envisaged that the development management organisation will work with the Council to get the scheme to a point where external development finance can be secured. Specific outcomes include but are not limited to: — A detailed planning consent; — A sufficiently designed and costed scheme to secure investment; — Sufficient pre lets or commitment from key anchors including a cinema, to secure investment; — A detailed financial model and cost plan demonstrating a commercially attractive developer profit; — The development of the funding and delivery strategy to ensure investment and construction. The Scheme will be delivered in 2 primary phases. Phase 1 consists of the refurbishment of the Metropolitan Centre and the delivery of the new library and Retail, with associated public realm and infrastructure. Phase 2 is the subject of this procurement, and consists of the retail, cinema and leisure aspects of the town centre scheme. Phase 1 is being delivered by the Council and their pre-appointed design and project management team. The retail aspects of Phase 1 will be delivered in Phase 1 and handed over to the Development Management organisation as a single shell for appropriate subdivision and leasing in Phase 2. Phase 1 design works are underway and construction/ refurbishment is expected to begin in late 2016 early 2017. The design oversight and delivery of Phase 2 will be undertaken by the Development Management organisation in partnership with the Council. The Development Management organisation will be expected to deliver a phase 2 scheme that integrates with and complements Phase 1. Phase 1 and 2 are likely to overlap and the Development Management Organisation will be required to work in a collaborative and professional manner with the Phase 1 team. To achieve and support efficient and timely delivery the Council's preferred option is for the Development Management organisation to use the existing professional team engaged in Phase 1. However, the Council is open to alternative arrangements proposed by the Development Management organisation in its bid. The Development Management organisation will be expected to carry out a full development role and progress and de-risk the scheme to a point whereby development funding can be secured. The Development Management organisation will also be expected to capitalise on prevailing trends and market forces, to the benefit of all parties, and be committed to delivering the scheme to the Council's programme aspirations. The Development Management organisation will be expected to advise on the future of retailing in town centres and guide the Council on how to insulate the town against changing retail trends and increasing competition from surrounding cities. In addition the development management organisation will be expected to contribute to the marketing and promotion of the wider town centre. The services are to be delivered in line with the Council's corporate plan 2015-2018 which sets out the Council's core priorities. The Council's refreshed economic strategy ‘ The Jobs and Business Growth Plan’ April 2014 sets out Growing the Economy as a key priority along with renewed focus on the creation of more jobs and more businesses. It is anticipated that the preferred bidder will be selected in the early part of 2016. Type of Procedure: Competitive procedure with negotiation. The contracting authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations.

Worsbrough Common Primary School Conversion of Quad to Classroom

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published June 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
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NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise via YOR tender in order to gain access to the tender documents. To have an opportunity for this project, Applicants will need to register and submit completed tender documents via YOR tender www.yortender.co.uk. CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS - Find business opportunities with Barnsley Council by registering (for free) at https://www.yortender.co.uk Description of works - Construction of classroom within existing courtyard at the school. Mechanical and electrical installations to the new classroom and minor refurbishment works to the adjacent classrooms.

Framework of Land Advisers/Brokers

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 9, 2016
Winner
Turner & Townsend Project Management Ltd
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Barnsley Council has procured a Framework of Land Advisers/Brokers to assist in generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing surplus land assets with the aim of delivering social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework comprises 2 lots:

Lot 1 — Land Brokers who will normally provide the Client with support and advice at financial risk during the project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4), with payment for services being realised and paid through the proceeds of the proposed land sale.

Lot 2 — Land Advisers to provide advice to the Client on the development of surplus assets including: appraisal of development opportunities to determine commercial viability and deliverability; strategic options analyses; planning assessments; due diligence and surveys; and general advice and support throughout the project life-cycle. The Land Advisers are not required to work at financial risk.

The Broker Framework is available for use by or on behalf of public and charitable sector organisations who will identify land assets for broker services with the aim of generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing these assets for social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework across both Lots will be used to deliver support and advice to Clients during project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4) and may also be used to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes.

Land Brokers under Lot 1 will deliver these services throughout the project life-cycle, normally taking full financial risk on the project after an exclusivity arrangement has been entered into with the Client. Land Advisers under Lot 2 will deliver services by way of lump sum fees or time charge commissions and will not take any financial risk. It is anticipated that Lot 1 call-offs will involve a longer term partnership between the Client and the Land Broker, whereas Lot 2 call-offs will be shorter term engagements to provide specific pieces of advice during the project life-cycle, with a focus on the early stage viability assessments.

Land Brokers and Advisers will be required to make an initial assessment of opportunity arising from the public asset. This assessment would involve looking at options for assembly and development, most likely to RIBA 1 but with surveys, planning advice and soft market testing to determine commercial viability and deliverability both within the context of local and national policy expectations and also the constraints that would be imposed by the prevailing development, finance and construction markets. Further to initial viability assessments, Land Brokers and Advisers will then carry out detailed project scoping, concept design and due diligence, detailed design and planning preparation, planning and contracts up to start on-site. Land Brokers and Advisers may also be retained by the Client to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes.

Legal services are not included in the scope of service for either Lot under this Framework. It is anticipated that the Client would appoint a legal team, with the Land Broker or Adviser broker acting as negotiator.

The framework is open to the following public and charitable sector organisations, specific details can be found on the respective URL: Local Authority Councils: County, Unitary, District, Borough and Metropolitan Councils http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Dl1/Directories/Localcouncils/index.htm (Parish and Community Councils are also permissible users). Educational Establishments: Nursery School, Primary School, Middle or High School, Secondary School, Academy, Special School, Pupil Referral Unit (PRU), Further Education, College, University: http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php http://www.ucas.com/students/choosingcourses/choosinguni/instguide/ http://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/searchresult.php http://www.edubase.gov.uk/search.xhtml?clear=true Police, Fire and Rescue, Maritime and Coastguard Agency Emergency Services: http://www.police-information.co.uk/police-directory/index.php?category=6 http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm. http://www.scottish.police.uk/ http://www.nifrs.org/locations.php http://www.mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mcga07-home.htm http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs NHS Bodies, the HSC (Northern Ireland) and Ambulance Services: http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=trusts http://www.engage.hscni.net/partners/NIAS.html http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx http://www.scottishambulance.com/AboutUs/HowWeOrganised.aspx http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure Central Government Departments and their Agencies: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Dl1/Directories/A-ZOfCentralGovernment/index.htm Registered Charities: http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx http://www.oscr.org.uk/ http://www.dsdni.gov.uk/ccni.htm Registered Social Landlords: Government-funded, not-for-profit organisations that provide affordable housing. They include housing associations, trusts and cooperatives: http://www.idea.gov.uk/idk/core/page.do?pageId=7175736

Development Management Service for the Better Barnsley Retail and Leisure Project.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published March 10, 2016
Winner
Turner and Townsend Project Management Ltd
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70000000, 66122000, 70112000, 70330000, 71200000, 71300000, 71000000

BMBC is seeking to appoint a Development Management organisation to deliver the development of a major town centre retail and leisure focussed scheme. The Development Management organisation will be required to demonstrate its success on delivering similar projects along with its experience and ability to work collaboratively with local authorities.

The outline town centre scheme is in the early stages of development and represents the Council's broad aspirations for the site. The Development Management organisation will be expected to work in partnership with the Council to challenge, shape and enhance this scheme to deliver the best possible outcome for the town.

The Town Centre prospectus was agreed by the Council's Cabinet in December 2014, along with a total funding package of 50 000 000 GBP as a significant Council contribution to deliver some of the town centre scheme. The total cost of the scheme to deliver all elements including the construction of the new retail and leisure facilities (development of which are the subject of this procurement) on plots created through demolition and the refurbishment of existing buildings, will be in excess of 75 000 000 GBP, and therefore additional investment from the private sector will be required for this retail and leisure element.

It is envisaged that the development management organisation will work with the Council to get the scheme to a point where external development finance can be secured. Specific outcomes include but are not limited to:

— A detailed planning consent;

— A sufficiently designed and costed scheme to secure investment;

— Sufficient pre lets or commitment from key anchors including a cinema, to secure investment;

— A detailed financial model and cost plan demonstrating a commercially attractive developer profit;

— The development of the funding and delivery strategy to ensure investment and construction.

The Scheme will be delivered in 2 primary phases. Phase 1 consists of the refurbishment of the Metropolitan Centre and the delivery of the new library and Retail, with associated public realm and infrastructure. Phase 2 is the subject of this procurement, and consists of the retail, cinema and leisure aspects of the town centre scheme. Phase 1 is being delivered by the Council and their pre-appointed design and project management team. The retail aspects of Phase 1 will be delivered in Phase 1 and handed over to the Development Management organisation as a single shell for appropriate subdivision and leasing in Phase 2. Phase 1 design works are underway and construction/ refurbishment is expected to begin in late 2016 early 2017.

The design oversight and delivery of Phase 2 will be undertaken by the Development Management organisation in partnership with the Council. The Development Management organisation will be expected to deliver a phase 2 scheme that integrates with and complements Phase 1

Phase 1 and 2 are likely to overlap and the Development Management Organisation will be required to work in a collaborative and professional manner with the Phase 1 team. To achieve and support efficient and timely delivery the Council's preferred option is for the Development Management organisation to use the existing professional team engaged in Phase 1. However, the Council is open to alternative arrangements proposed by the Development Management organisation in its bid.

The Development Management organisation will be expected to carry out a full development role and progress and de-risk the scheme to a point whereby development funding can be secured. The Development Management organisation will also be expected to capitalise on prevailing trends and market forces, to the benefit of all parties, and be committed to delivering the scheme to the Council's programme aspirations. The Development Management organisation will be expected to advise on the future of retailing in town centres and guide the Council on how to insulate the town against changing retail trends and increasing competition from surrounding cities. In addition the development management organisation will be expected to contribute to the marketing and promotion of the wider town centre.

The services are to be delivered in line with the Council's corporate plan 2015-2018 which sets out the Council's core priorities. The Council's refreshed economic strategy ‘ The Jobs and Business Growth Plan’ April 2014 sets out Growing the Economy as a key priority along with renewed focus on the creation of more jobs and more businesses.

It is anticipated that the preferred bidder will be selected in the early part of 2016.

Type of Procedure: Competitive procedure with negotiation

The contracting authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations.