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Construction Consultancy Services

Careers Wales | Published July 11, 2016
Winner
Wyg
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Construction Consultancy Services

Get into Construction Conwy

The Prince's Trust | Published November 16, 2016
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45000000, 80500000

Get into Construction Conwy

Get into Construction Conwy

The Prince's Trust | Published February 13, 2017
Winner
Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd
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Get into Construction Conwy

Residential homes construction work

Linc-Cymru Housing Association | Published April 22, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
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Residential homes construction work

Trunk road construction work

Welsh Government | Published May 11, 2016
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Trunk road construction work

Construction work

Welsh Government | Published May 6, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
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45000000, 71300000, 71311220

The project involves the construction of approximately 2 km of highway to serve the Aerospace Business Park in St. Athan, South Wales. The new road will provide a link from the B4265 near Llantwit Major to Eglwys Brewis Road near Picketston. The Employer has prepared a design which will form the basis of a planning application to be made in April 2017. Construction of the road is programmed for completion in August 2019.

The Welsh Government is seeking to appoint a Contractor to design and construct approximately 2 km of new highway to serve the Aerospace Business Park in St. Athan, South Wales. The new road will provide a link from the B4265 near Llantwit Major to Eglwys Brewis Road near Picketston. Construction of the road is programmed for completion in August 2019.

Construction work

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016
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45000000, 45110000, 45111000, 45111100, 45210000, 45215000, 45215100, 45215200, 45216000, 45216100, 45216120, 45216125, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71315000, 71313000, 71318000, 71600000, 71317000, 71317200, 71317210

The NHS Building for Wales Regional Supply Chain Partner Frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP

Construction work

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
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45000000, 45110000, 45111000, 45111100, 45210000, 45215000, 45215100, 45215200, 45216000, 45216100, 45216120, 45216125, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71315000, 71313000, 71318000, 71600000, 71317000, 71317200, 71317210

The NHS Building for Wales Regional Supply Chain Partner Frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP

Construction work

Welsh Government | Published March 18, 2017
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45000000, 71300000

The project involves the construction of approximately 2 km of highway to serve the Aerospace Business Park in St. Athan, South Wales. The new road will provide a link from the B4265 near Llantwit Major to Eglwys Brewis Road near Picketston. The Employer has prepared a design which will form the basis of a planning application to be made in April 2017. Construction of the road is programmed for completion in August 2019.

The Welsh Government is proposing to undertake the procurement of a civil engineering contractor to design and construct approximately 2 km of new highway to serve the Welsh Government's Aerospace Business Park in St. Athan, South Wales. Construction of the road is programmed for completion in Q3/Q4 2019.

The new road will provide a link from the B4265 near Llantwit Major to Eglwys Brewis Road near Picketston. The works involve the construction of a 7.3 m wide carriageway plus a 3.5 m wide cycleway/footway. The works will include an area of rock cutting approximately 5 m deep, 400 m long. Elsewhere the road is generally on a shallow embankment.

In addition to the main works a series of enabling works are proposed, including topsoil strip under archaeological supervision, ecological mitigation measures and construction of flood alleviation measures. It is intended that these works will be undertaken by the main Contractor from October 2017, with the main works commencing in May 2018.

The Employer has developed a design which will form the basis of a planning application to be made in April 2017. The Contractor will be required to review the Employer's design and complete where necessary. It should be noted that the design is well advanced to enable Tenderers to price the works accordingly. Tenderers will be provided with all design information at tender stage.

It is intended that the contract will be let as a single stage Design and Build contract under the NEC3 ECC Option A. The contract will be let via the OJEU using the restricted procedure with PQQ programmed for April 2017 and ITT in July 2017. The anticipated contract commencement date is October 2017.

Estimated contract value 10 000 000 GBP.

Construction economics services

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
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71321100, 71322000, 71322100, 71324000, 79994000

The NHS Building for Wales National Cost Adviser Frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP

Construction work

Welsh Government | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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45000000, 45211350, 45221100, 45233130, 45241500, 45244000

Project Background.

Swansea Waterfront is a major regeneration project currently being delivered by Welsh Government and has become one of Wales' premier waterfront destinations, acting as a catalyst for the wider regeneration of Swansea and the surrounding area. It has set ambitious new standards for innovation and design, creating a high-quality waterfront environment that is making Swansea an international destination.

SA1 has become a fully integrated mixed-use development comprising the renovating of existing and the construction of new commercial, residential, retail and leisure facilities. Green areas such as the new Technium and Ice House Squares and public art provide a vibrant and attractive environment in which to live, work or visit.

The next phases of construction will include the provision of further site infrastructure, new highways, upgrading of existing highways, drainage and public realm, footway/cycleway bridge, culverts, landscaping and maritime related works.

Project Background.

Swansea Waterfront is a major regeneration project currently being delivered by Welsh Government and has become one of Wales' premier waterfront destinations, acting as a catalyst for the wider regeneration of Swansea and the surrounding area. It has set ambitious new standards for innovation and design, creating a high-quality waterfront environment that is making Swansea an international destination.

SA1 has become a fully integrated mixed-use development comprising the renovating of existing and the construction of new commercial, residential, retail and leisure facilities. Green areas such as the new Technium and Ice House Squares and public art provide a vibrant and attractive environment in which to live, work or visit.

The next phases of construction will include the provision of further site infrastructure, new highways, upgrading of existing highways, drainage and public realm, footway/cycleway bridge, culverts, landscaping and maritime related works.

The contract duration is 36 months. The Welsh Ministers reserve the right to extend the contract by up to an additional 12 months.

The highest scoring 5 organisations, who score above the 60 % threshold and are compliant in all areas, will be invited to tender.

Construction project management services

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
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71541000

The NHS Building for Wales National Project Manager Framework will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP

Timber Frame Roof Construction Llys Llywelyn

Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales | Published June 30, 2016
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45212313

Timber Frame Roof Construction Llys Llywelyn

Construction of 8 flats at Madoc Close, Brackla, Bridgend

Linc-Cymru Housing Association | Published July 8, 2015  -  Deadline July 31, 2015
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45000000, 45400000

Design and Build contract for construction of 8 1 x bedroom flats at Madoc Close, Brackla, Bridgend

Construction of New Play Area - Coed-Y-Gores

The City of Cardiff Council | Published July 26, 2017
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45112723

Cardiff Council intends to appoint an appropriate specialist contractor to undertake construction works for a new playground at Llanedeyrn district of Cardiff. The site for a new playground is located on a south-facing slope near Coed-Y-Gores, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff. Scope of works: - Construction of in-situ concrete retaining walls and concrete slab. - Provision of a variety of surfaces for water permeability, easy maintenance and site safety. - Provision of dog-free, grass picnic space. - Installation of play equipment or wide range of age and ability - Installation of sustainable street furniture including seats and litter bins. - Perimeter fence with self-closing gates to exclude dogs.

Risca Flood Alleviation Scheme - Construction

Natural Resources Wales | Published May 21, 2015
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Natural Resources Wales (Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru) is looking to commission a contractor to construct a fluvial flood risk scheme in Risca, South Wales. Risca falls within the top ten of NRW’s communities at risk register in south east Wales. This is a collaborative project with Caerphilly Borough County Council. Works will deliver the aim of reducing existing fluvial flood risk of the River Ebbw to people and property within Crosskeys, Risca and Pontmister areas to provide a 1 in 100yr SoP. The works are anticipated to include: • two new defences at Waunfawr Park cricket field 80m (wall), 40m (bund) and New Park Road 160m (wall), 120m (bund). • a series of bund and wall modifications to existing defences across the length of the study area. (Crosskeys, Risca and Pontymister). • Fish passage channel features • Create 3 permanent river access Anticipated construction cost: circa 1m. Anticipated Start: August 2015. Timescales Tender period: Anticipated 9th June 2014 – 7th July 2014 (4 weeks) Project delivery by: Construction must be completed by 31st March 2016.

Construction work

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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45000000, 45110000, 45111000, 45111100, 45210000, 45215000, 45215100, 45215200, 45216000, 45216100, 45216120, 45216125, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71315000, 71313000, 71318000, 71600000, 71317000, 71317200, 71317210

The NHS Building for Wales Regional Supply Chain Partner Frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over GBP12 million.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Supply Chain Partner only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be three National frameworks:-

— Project Manager

— Cost Adviser

— Supply Chain Partner

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be four organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— four organisations for Project Manager (plus one reserve)

— four organisations for Cost Adviser (plus one reserve)

— four organisations for Supply Chain Partner

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:-

— One Constructor

— Two Architects

— Two Civil and Structural Engineers

— Two Building Services Engineers

— Two Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial four year contract with the option to extend by up to two years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Supply Chain Partner

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

Get into Construction Cardiff

The Prince's Trust | Published April 18, 2017
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80500000

The Prince’s Trust helps change young lives in the UK. We give practical and financial support to disadvantaged 13-30 years olds, and help them to develop skills such as confidence and motivation. We work with young people who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. The Prince’s Trust has supported 825,000 young people since it was founded in 1976. The Trust supported over 56,000 young people last year. In Wales 600 young people were supported in 2016/17 on our Get into programme. Get into Programme The Get into programme aims to give young people who are work-ready but do not have vocational skills, the opportunity to develop the relevant vocational skills and/or experience to enable them to move into a sustainable job in a specific sector of work. The programme was first piloted in 2004 in response to young people’s feedback and supports around 2,000 young people a year in sectors such as construction, retail, logistics, cooking, customer services, or even dry stone walling. In Wales, Prince’s Trust deliver approximately 50 Get into programmes each year supporting 600 young people. Each programme should engage a minimum of 13 young people. Delivery Model The Get into programme is flexible so that it can be delivered according to the sector, the locality and the partners and employers involved. Some of the key features of a Get into are: • comparatively short and provide an introduction to the sector of work • focus on jobs and be driven by identified job opportunities within the region or area within which it is run • potential jobs within the sector that are achievable by the young people who are eligible for the programme • employers will be involved in the development of the programme • open to young people who are work-ready and available to take up employment offers • mixture of vocational and generic employability skills, experience and relevant certificates or qualifications, which are recognised by potential employers • clear paths into jobs at the end of the programme and an opportunity for young people to meet a range of employers. This may be done through work placements. • six months support at the end of the programme to help young people find a job. Get into Construction – Wales The Get into Construction programme is a full time programme (9.30am-4pm) over two to four weeks for a group of between 13 and 16 young people aged 16 – 24. It is a mixture of practical training in core construction sector skills, employability sessions and theory sessions to prepare the young people to take their CSCS test, and practical work experience with local construction firms. The programme finishes with a celebration event to recognize young people’s achievements. The aim is to get over 60% of young people on the course into employment after the programme. Young people will come from the postcode area of the contract [Cardiff] Method of Delivery The Get into programme is delivered with a variety of partner organisations, depending on the sector and the employment or work experience opportunities that partners can offer. Partners can be local or national employers, training companies or colleges. The Get into programme is dependent on successful partnerships with experts in the sector. Our aim is to find partnerships that offer young people high quality vocational training, the chance to meet employers and to understand the industry and, where possible, the opportunity to apply for jobs at the end of the programme. The Trust and Delivery Partner jointly deliver the programme; the Delivery Partner delivering vocational skills training and The Trust recruiting and supporting the young people. Key elements of the role of a Delivery Partner include: • Overall responsibility for the delivery of the programme as set out in the agreement • Management of trainers, ensuring they deliver the programme to agreed standards • Responsible for developing the programme timetable with The Trust • Responsible for ensuring The Trust’s policies are followed • Management of health and safety, risk assessment and accident/incident/near miss reporting for all training activities • Adhering to relevant contract paperwork requirements e.g. signed register, managing travel and subsistence etc • The Delivery Partner should also appoint a Delivery Partner Manager and a Lead Trainer Compliance with HR, Health & Safety, Environmental law and best practice The Trust is committed to promoting equality, diversity, safe working practices and environmental sustainability. We expect all our partner organisations to enact policies that adhere to all relevant HR and Health and Safety law. We understand that this is a complex area of law so recent prosecutions have to be made known to us so we can assess their relevance to delivery of our programmes. Recruitment & Selection of young people The recruitment criteria for the Get into programme is based on young people’s motivation and is competitive. All young people are assessed fully before being offered a place on any Get into programme. This gives the opportunity to make a real judgement as to the readiness of the young person, their motivation to work in the sector and complete the course. It is essential that the training provider is involved in the selection process and can assess the young person’s technical ability/potential. A Taster Day forms part of the recruitment process and takes place at the training providers’ premises. This provides an opportunity to see the young people in action at the location where the training will be delivered. This day includes tasks that are specific to the vocation. Sustainability • Funding - we aim to develop and deliver a programme that is robust, effective and high quality, which will attract a broad range of long-term funders; partners who can provide match funding will be considered favourably. • Outcomes - we work hard with our partners to achieve the best outcomes for our young people. Throughout the programme we work with young people to support them to identify their progression pathway, post programme we work with progression partners including colleges, other voluntary organisations, volunteer placement providers, employers to support young people to sustain a positive next step. • Evidence – we work with our partners to ensure that contract evidence requirements are met This is part funded by ESF, through WCVA's Active Inclusion Fund. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=65348.

Get into Construction (Conwy/Denbighshire)

The Prince's Trust | Published August 16, 2017
cpvs
80500000

The Prince’s Trust helps change young lives in the UK. We give practical and financial support to disadvantaged 13-30 years olds, and help them to develop skills such as confidence and motivation. We work with young people who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. The Prince’s Trust has supported 825,000 young people since it was founded in 1976. The Trust supported over 56,000 young people last year. In Wales 650 young people were supported in 2015/16 on our Get into programme. Get into Programme The Get into programme aims to give young people who are work-ready but do not have vocational skills, the opportunity to develop the relevant vocational skills and/or experience to enable them to move into a sustainable job in a specific sector of work. The programme was first piloted in 2004 in response to young people’s feedback and supports around 2,000 young people a year in sectors such as construction, retail, logistics, cooking, customer services, or even dry stone walling. In Wales, Prince’s Trust deliver approximately 50 Get into programmes each year supporting 670 young people. Each programme should engage a minimum of 13 young people. Delivery Model The Get into programme is flexible so that it can be delivered according to the sector, the locality and the partners and employers involved. Some of the key features of a Get into are: • comparatively short and provide an introduction to the sector of work • focus on jobs and be driven by identified job opportunities within the region or area within which it is run • potential jobs within the sector that are achievable by the young people who are eligible for the programme • employers will be involved in the development of the programme • open to young people who are work-ready and available to take up employment offers • mixture of vocational and generic employability skills, experience and relevant certificates or qualifications, which are recognised by potential employers • clear paths into jobs at the end of the programme and an opportunity for young people to meet a range of employers. This may be done through work placements. • six months support at the end of the programme to help young people find a job. Get into Construction – Wales The Get into Construction programme is a full time programme (9.30am-4pm) over two to four weeks for a group of between 13 and 16 young people aged 16 – 24. It is a mixture of practical training in core construction sector skills, employability sessions and theory sessions to prepare the young people to take their CSCS test, and practical work experience with local construction firms. The programme finishes with a celebration event to recognize young people’s achievements. The aim is to get over 60% of young people on the course into employment after the programme. Young people will come from the postcode area of the contract [e.g. Conwy/Denbighshire] Method of Delivery The Get into programme is delivered with a variety of partner organisations, depending on the sector and the employment or work experience opportunities that partners can offer. Partners can be local or national employers, training companies or colleges. The Get into programme is dependent on successful partnerships with experts in the sector. Our aim is to find partnerships that offer young people high quality vocational training, the chance to meet employers and to understand the industry and, where possible, the opportunity to apply for jobs at the end of the programme. The Trust and Delivery Partner jointly deliver the programme; the Delivery Partner delivering vocational skills training and The Trust recruiting and supporting the young people. Key elements of the role of a Delivery Partner include: • Overall responsibility for the delivery of the programme as set out in the agreement including programme outcomes • Management of trainers, ensuring they deliver the programme to agreed standards • Responsible for developing the programme timetable with The Trust • Responsible for ensuring The Trust’s policies are followed • Management of health and safety, risk assessment and accident/incident/near miss reporting for all training activities • Adhering to relevant contract paperwork requirements e.g. signed register, managing travel and subsistence etc • The Delivery Partner should also appoint a Delivery Partner Manager and a Lead Trainer Compliance with HR, Health & Safety, Environmental law and best practice The Trust is committed to promoting equality, diversity, safe working practices and environmental sustainability. We expect all our partner organisations to enact policies that adhere to all relevant HR and Health and Safety law. We understand that this is a complex area of law so recent prosecutions have to be made known to us so we can assess their relevance to delivery of our programmes. Recruitment & Selection of young people The recruitment criteria for the Get into programme is based on young people’s motivation and is competitive. All young people are assessed fully before being offered a place on any Get into programme. This gives the opportunity to make a real judgement as to the readiness of the young person, their motivation to work in the sector and complete the course. It is essential that the training provider is involved in the selection process and can assess the young person’s technical ability/potential. A Taster Day forms part of the recruitment process and takes place at the training providers’ premises. This provides an opportunity to see the young people in action at the location where the training will be delivered. This day includes tasks that are specific to the vocation. Sustainability • Funding - we aim to develop and deliver a programme that is robust, effective and high quality, which will attract a broad range of long-term funders; partners who can provide match funding will be considered favourably. • Outcomes - we work hard with our partners to achieve the best outcomes for our young people. Throughout the programme we work with young people to support them to identify their progression pathway, post programme we work with progression partners including colleges, other voluntary organisations, volunteer placement providers, employers to support young people to sustain a positive next step. • Evidence – we work with our partners to ensure that contract evidence requirements are met This is part funded by ESF, through WCVA's Active Inclusion Fund. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=70255.

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

LHC on behalf of Welsh Procurement Alliance | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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44000000, 44221200, 44221211, 45421131, 45421111, 44221212, 44221220

This LHC framework is for the specialist design, manufacture, supply and installation of enhanced security communal entrance doorsets operated by a compatible door entry electronic access control system c/w a cyclical service and responsive maintenance package..It has been developed in association with Secured by Design. Access to the organization's design criteria and advice reflecting crime and environmental statistics forms a significant part of the design brief. Therefore, SBD accreditation is considered a requirement essential to this framework.

The performance and enhanced security accreditation specification requirements shall be as follows:

— Accredited Third party certification to PAS 24,

— Certification to STS 202 Burglary Rating 2 (minimum) or LPS 1175 Security Rating 2 (minimum).

This framework will be operated under four (4) main workstreams, designated by the doorleaf construction, namely –

— Workstream 1 = Aluminium,

— Workstream 2 = Mild Steel,

— Workstream 3 = Stainless steel,

— Workstream 4 = Timber (timber / timber core).

On completion of the tender evaluation, a further workstream — Workstream 5 — will then be established comprising those companies selected to service Workstreams 1, 2, 3 and 4 from this tender, thereby offering a choice of materials to the specifier under one workstream.