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Construction works

 | Published December 15, 2015
Winner
I J Cannings & Son LTD
cpvs
45000000

Construction works

Construction work

Devon and Cornwall Housing Limited | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs

Construction work

Construction work

DCH | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
cpvs
45000000

The works consist of the design and construction of a new B1 office building (approx. 1 600 m2 GIA) at Plot 2, Tolvaddon Business Park, Tolvaddon, Cornwall for Devon and Cornwall Housing Limited.

The works consist of the design and construction of a new B1 office building (approx. 1,600m2 GIA) at Plot 2, Tolvaddon Business Park, Tolvaddon, Cornwall for Devon & Cornwall Housing Limited.

Building construction work

DCH | Published August 27, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs

The works consist of the design and construction of 18 nr open market and 18 nr affordable dwellings with associated external and infrastructure works at Mudbank Lane, Exmouth, Devon.

Framework for the supply of telehandlers and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published July 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
32000000

Framework for the supply of telehandlers and associated construction equipment

Framework for the purchase of excavators and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published July 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
32000000

Framework for the purchase of excavators and associated construction equipment

Framework for the supply of Long Reach Excavators & associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published July 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
32000000

Framework for the supply of Long Reach Excavators & associated construction equipment

CP1254-15 SDLR Post Construction Environmental Monitoring

 | Published May 26, 2016
cpvs
71000000

The scheme is a new 5.5km dual carriageway road between Penn Inn, Newton Abbot and the Torbay Ring Road at Kerswell Gardens, see Figure 1 in the Ecological Monitoring and Mitigation Plan (EMMS) attached. Planning conditions required the production of an EMMS. Construction phase actions have been undertaken and we now require an ecological consultant to undertake a number of the operational phase monitoring and mitigation actions required.

EXESeed Construction Contractors Framework Agreement for residential and commercial Sustainable Ener

Exeter City Council | Published October 7, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45215214, 70111000, 70112000, 45213100, 45213000, 71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 98000000, 45212212, 45213311, 45211000, 45211340

Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) wishes to alert the construction contractors' market of a future framework opportunity. The EXESeed construction contractors framework procurement will be seeking contractors for the provision of a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments with a focus on ‘Passivhaus’ principles and design in and around Exeter and the South-West peninsula of the UK (the ‘EXESeed Framework’). The EXESeed Framework will be divided into Lots and the Authority hopes that SMEs and large construction contractor organisations will respond to this opportunity. The Authority is leading the way in the public sector procurement of sustainable construction delivery. It is expected the EXESeed Framework will provide an excellent opening for the delivery of energy efficient construction in the South West of England. The Authority is hosting two open days on Monday 2.11.2015 and Wednesday 4.11.2015 at the Exeter offices of Ashfords LLP (Ashford House, Grenadier Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3LH, just off junction 29 of the M5) for interested parties to learn more about the EXESeed Framework. The open days will cover the vision, requirements and process of the EXESeed Framework procurement and will allow interested parties to participate in a ‘de-mystifying Passivhaus’ seminar including a question and answer session.

CP1254-15 South Devon Link Road Post Construction Environmental Monitoring

Devon County Council | Published May 31, 2016
Winner
JBA Consulting
cpvs
71313000, 71000000

The scheme is a new 5.5km dual carriageway road between Penn Inn, Newton Abbot and the Torbay Ring Road at Kerswell Gardens, see Figure 1 in the Ecological Monitoring and Mitigation Plan (EMMS) attached. Planning conditions required the production of an EMMS. Construction phase actions have been undertaken and we now require an ecological consultant to undertake a number of the operational phase monitoring and mitigation actions required.

CP1254-15 South Devon Link Road Post Construction Environmental Monitoring.

Devon County Council | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
cpvs
71313000, 71000000

The scheme is a new 5.5 km dual carriageway road between Penn Inn, Newton Abbot and the Torbay Ring Road at Kerswell Gardens, see Figure 1 in the Ecological Monitoring and Mitigation Plan (EMMS) attached. Planning conditions required the production of an EMMS. Construction phase actions have been undertaken and we now require an ecological consultant to undertake a number of the operational phase monitoring and mitigation actions required.

Framework for the purchase of excavators and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published November 12, 2016
Winner
CNH Industrial NV
cpvs
43262000, 43300000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the purchase of standard reach excavators, of a variety of sizes along with a range of associated equipment to enable it to carry out its statutory and voluntary undertakings in relation to the maintenance and operation of flood defences and river channels.

The primary requirement is the supply of standard reach excavators and associated equipment in conformity with the specification provided in section 2 and the appendices of this document.

Although the majority of our requirements for the next 4 years will be as specified in section 2, it is likely that we will sometimes have bespoke requirements for other, as yet unknown and unspecified construction equipment. This equipment is likely to consist of excavators and associated equipment of sizes below, between or above those detailed and other construction equipment, potentially including:

Lighting towers; fuel bowsers; water bowsers; generators; towed welfare units; hydraulic power packs; wheeled excavators; skid steers; all terrain vehicles, compressors and a variety of excavator attachments.

Framework for the supply of telehandlers and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published November 15, 2016
Winner
CNH Industrial NV
cpvs
42400000, 43300000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the purchase of telehandlers of a variety of sizes along with a range of associated equipment to enable it to carry out its statutory and voluntary undertakings in relation to the maintenance and operation of flood defences and river channels. We wish to establish a single supplier National Framework for the supply of telehandlers and a range of associated equipment.

The primary requirement is the supply of telehandlers and associated equipment in conformity with the specification provided in section 2 of the tender document and the appendices of this document.

Although the majority of our requirements for the next 4 years will be as specified in section 2 of the tender document, it is likely that we will sometimes have bespoke requirements for other, as yet unknown and unspecified construction equipment. This equipment is likely to consist of telehandlers and associated equipment of sizes below, between or above those detailed and other construction equipment, potentially including:

Lighting towers; fuel bowsers; water bowsers; generators; towed welfare units; hydraulic power packs; wheeled excavators; skid steers; all terrain vehicles, compressors and a variety of telehandler attachments.

Framework for the purchase of excavators and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published July 23, 2016
cpvs
43262000, 43300000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the purchase of standard reach excavators, of a variety of sizes along with a range of associated equipment to enable it to carry out its statutory and voluntary undertakings in relation to the maintenance and operation of flood defences and river channels.

The primary requirement is the supply of standard reach excavators and associated equipment in conformity with the specification provided in section 2 and the appendices of this document.

Although the majority of our requirements for the next four years will be as specified in section 2, it is likely that we will sometimes have bespoke requirements for other, as yet unknown and unspecified construction equipment. This equipment is likely to consist of excavators and associated equipment of sizes below, between or above those detailed and other construction equipment, potentially including:

Lighting towers; fuel bowsers; water bowsers; generators; towed welfare units; hydraulic power packs; wheeled excavators; skid steers; all terrain vehicles, compressors and a variety of excavator attachments.

Framework for the supply of telehandlers and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published July 26, 2016
cpvs
42400000, 43300000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the purchase of telehandlers of a variety of sizes along with a range of associated equipment to enable it to carry out its statutory and voluntary undertakings in relation to the maintenance and operation of flood defences and river channels. We wish to establish a single supplier National Framework for the supply of telehandlers and a range of associated equipment.

The primary requirement is the supply of telehandlers and associated equipment in conformity with the specification provided in section 2 of the tender document and the appendices of this document.

Although the majority of our requirements for the next four years will be as specified in section 2 of the tender document, it is likely that we will sometimes have bespoke requirements for other, as yet unknown and unspecified construction equipment. This equipment is likely to consist of telehandlers and associated equipment of sizes below, between or above those detailed and other construction equipment, potentially including:

Lighting towers; fuel bowsers; water bowsers; generators; towed welfare units; hydraulic power packs; wheeled excavators; skid steers; all terrain vehicles, compressors and a variety of telehandler attachments.

EXEseed Construction Contractors' Framework Agreement for Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Exeter City Council | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
45200000, 45212110, 45212212, 45213311, 45213100, 45210000, 45212100, 45212000, 45211360, 45211350, 45000000, 45233262, 45215100, 45215222

Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking to establish a framework agreement for three Lots of construction contractors pursuant to the procurement process commenced under this contract notice. The Exeter Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments Framework (the ‘EXEseed Framework’) procurement aims to appoint construction contractors capable of delivering a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments/projects for the Authority and other contracting authorities in England and Wales. An example list of the other contracting authorities that will be able to ‘call-off’ works contracts pursuant to the EXEseed Framework is set out in section VI.3 of this contract notice (the ‘Other Contracting Bodies’). It is the Authority's vision to promote and deliver exemplar public buildings across Exeter. Fundamental to this vision is the delivery of housing and public buildings that promote low energy consumption, create a healthy and comfortable internal environment and buildings that are sufficiently robust to withstand future predicted climatic changes. The EXEseed Framework is an integral part of the delivery of such vision and a means for mobilising local, regional and national contractors to work alongside the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies to construct and deliver a portfolio of projects over the next three to four years. Sustainable energy efficient developments have been the trademark of the Authority for the last seven years. It has pioneered the development of new council housing to the certified Passivhaus standard, including the successful delivery of the UK's first multi-residential Passivhaus development. The Authority now wishes to expand its sustainable aspirations and deliver a pipeline of approximately 60 million GBP of sustainable energy efficient developments across Exeter encompassing both commercial and residential uses and including new developments such as a leisure complex with swimming pool, extra care homes and new Authority housing stock. Integral to the Authority's requirements for the EXEseed Framework is the delivery of three key environmental factors which have been identified as being critical to the design, development and operation of all new Authority buildings in Exeter. These environmental factors exist to: (i) provide buildings which have long term low energy running costs per annum; (ii) provide buildings that are healthy for their users, residents and operators, and adopt ‘Building Biology’ principles; and (iii) provide buildings that are ‘future proof’ to climate change up to 2080, together the ‘Environmental Factors’. The EXEseed Framework: (i) will help share learning and experience and enable contractors to develop their learning practice and work with a client base beyond the boundaries of Exeter. To this end, the EXEseed Framework will be open to Other Contracting Bodies to deliver call-off projects. Discussions have already commenced with several local authorities and universities that have expressed an interest in procuring new public sustainable energy efficient developments themselves; (ii) is intended to promote sustainable energy efficient development opportunities for a range of potential contractors, small and large. Three Lot categories have been designed to encourage SMEs as well as medium-sized and larger contractors to express an interest and it is hoped that a spectrum of contractors will eventually make up the EXEseed Framework offering the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies an appropriate selection of contractors for the Authority's foreseeable pipeline of projects and any other construction projects. The Lot bandings are as follows: Lot A (small projects) 50 000 GBP to 1 499 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; Lot B (medium-sized projects) 1 500 000 GBP to 999 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; and Lot C (large-scale projects) 10 000 000 GBP and over — up to six contractors to be appointed; (iii) will be underpinned by a requirement to achieve the Environmental Factors for all call-off projects. Experience has shown that the culture of the project delivery members needs to be one of openness, honesty, collaboration, innovation, willingness to learn and a positive ‘can do’ attitude. It is vital that the behaviours which encourage openness, collaboration, innovation and a ‘can do’ attitude, are present at all levels through a contractor's organisation. In addition, such culture, values and behaviours will need to accord with the Authority's Framework Objectives (as set out in the Framework Manual and the draft Framework Agreement), including providing an environment which enables equality of opportunity and training for all. Demonstrating the above values within the culture of the Appointed Contractors to the EXEseed Framework is fundamental to creating the ‘One Team’ attitude required on every call-off project to be delivered with the Authority under the EXEseed Framework. This ‘One Team’ approach encompasses suppliers, subcontractors, main contractors, consultants and the Authority team. It is intended that the EXEseed Framework will have a term of three years from the commencement date of the Framework Agreement, with the Authority retaining the option to extend the term of the Framework Agreement for a further year. This will provide the Authority with flexibility to realign the arrangements to reflect prevailing market conditions in future years. Applicants should note that call-off agreement to deliver Works called-off under the Framework Agreement may, where applicable, continue beyond the end of the term of the Framework Agreement. The EXESEED Framework will be divided into Lots to enable a wide range of contractors to become involved, from SME's to national and international construction companies. The Authority is leading the way in public sector procurement of sustainable construction, meaning that the EXESEED Framework will provide an excellent marketing tool for all contractors that are engaged and/or appointed to the EXESEED Framework, given its potential to advance participants to the very forefront of energy efficient construction.

EXEseed Construction Contractors' Framework Agreement for Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Exeter City Council | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
cpvs
45000000, 70111000, 45215214, 70112000, 45213100, 45213000, 71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 98000000, 45212212, 45213311, 45211000, 45211340, 45200000, 45210000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211341, 45211350, 45211360, 45212000, 45212100, 45212110, 45213110, 45233262, 45214400, 45215100, 45200000, 45210000, 45211000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211340, 45211341, 45211350, 45211360, 45213000, 45213100, 45213110, 45000000, 45210000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211340, 45211341, 45211350, 45213100, 45000000, 45215100, 45215214, 45215220, 45200000, 45212110, 45212212, 45213311, 45213100, 45210000, 45212100, 45212000, 45211360, 45211350, 45000000, 45233262, 45215100, 45215222

Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking to establish a framework agreement for three Lots of construction contractors pursuant to the procurement process commenced under this contract notice. The Exeter Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments Framework (the ‘EXEseed Framework’) procurement aims to appoint construction contractors capable of delivering a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments/projects for the Authority and other contracting authorities in England and Wales. An example list of the other contracting authorities that will be able to ‘call-off’ works contracts pursuant to the EXEseed Framework is set out in section VI.3 of this contract notice (the ‘Other Contracting Bodies’). It is the Authority's vision to promote and deliver exemplar public buildings across Exeter. Fundamental to this vision is the delivery of housing and public buildings that promote low energy consumption, create a healthy and comfortable internal environment and buildings that are sufficiently robust to withstand future predicted climatic changes. The EXEseed Framework is an integral part of the delivery of such vision and a means for mobilising local, regional and national contractors to work alongside the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies to construct and deliver a portfolio of projects over the next three to four years. Sustainable energy efficient developments have been the trademark of the Authority for the last seven years. It has pioneered the development of new council housing to the certified Passivhaus standard, including the successful delivery of the UK's first multi-residential Passivhaus development. The Authority now wishes to expand its sustainable aspirations and deliver a pipeline of approximately 60 million GBP of sustainable energy efficient developments across Exeter encompassing both commercial and residential uses and including new developments such as a leisure complex with swimming pool, extra care homes and new Authority housing stock. Integral to the Authority's requirements for the EXEseed Framework is the delivery of three key environmental factors which have been identified as being critical to the design, development and operation of all new Authority buildings in Exeter. These environmental factors exist to: (i) provide buildings which have long term low energy running costs per annum; (ii) provide buildings that are healthy for their users, residents and operators, and adopt ‘Building Biology’ principles; and (iii) provide buildings that are ‘future proof’ to climate change up to 2080, together the ‘Environmental Factors’. The EXEseed Framework: (i) will help share learning and experience and enable contractors to develop their learning practice and work with a client base beyond the boundaries of Exeter. To this end, the EXEseed Framework will be open to Other Contracting Bodies to deliver call-off projects. Discussions have already commenced with several local authorities and universities that have expressed an interest in procuring new public sustainable energy efficient developments themselves; (ii) is intended to promote sustainable energy efficient development opportunities for a range of potential contractors, small and large. Three Lot categories have been designed to encourage SMEs as well as medium-sized and larger contractors to express an interest and it is hoped that a spectrum of contractors will eventually make up the EXEseed Framework offering the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies an appropriate selection of contractors for the Authority's foreseeable pipeline of projects and any other construction projects. The Lot bandings are as follows: Lot A (small projects) 50 000 GBP to 1 499 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; Lot B (medium-sized projects) 1 500 000 GBP to 999 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; and Lot C (large-scale projects) 10 000 000 GBP and over — up to six contractors to be appointed; (iii) will be underpinned by a requirement to achieve the Environmental Factors for all call-off projects. Experience has shown that the culture of the project delivery members needs to be one of openness, honesty, collaboration, innovation, willingness to learn and a positive ‘can do’ attitude. It is vital that the behaviours which encourage openness, collaboration, innovation and a ‘can do’ attitude, are present at all levels through a contractor's organisation. In addition, such culture, values and behaviours will need to accord with the Authority's Framework Objectives (as set out in the Framework Manual and the draft Framework Agreement), including providing an environment which enables equality of opportunity and training for all. Demonstrating the above values within the culture of the Appointed Contractors to the EXEseed Framework is fundamental to creating the ‘One Team’ attitude required on every call-off project to be delivered with the Authority under the EXEseed Framework. This ‘One Team’ approach encompasses suppliers, subcontractors, main contractors, consultants and the Authority team. It is intended that the EXEseed Framework will have a term of three years from the commencement date of the Framework Agreement, with the Authority retaining the option to extend the term of the Framework Agreement for a further year. This will provide the Authority with flexibility to realign the arrangements to reflect prevailing market conditions in future years. Applicants should note that call-off agreement to deliver Works called-off under the Framework Agreement may, where applicable, continue beyond the end of the term of the Framework Agreement. The EXESEED Framework will be divided into Lots to enable a wide range of contractors to become involved, from SME's to national and international construction companies. The Authority is leading the way in public sector procurement of sustainable construction, meaning that the EXESEED Framework will provide an excellent marketing tool for all contractors that are engaged and/or appointed to the EXESEED Framework, given its potential to advance participants to the very forefront of energy efficient construction.

National Framework for the Service, Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (SIMAR) of Construction and A

Environment Agency | Published September 23, 2016
Winner
Hitachi Capital Vehicles Solutions, BT Fleet Limited
cpvs
50100000

The Environment Agency requires the services of an organisation who is able to manage the service, inspection, maintenance and repair of its fleet of construction and agricultural equipment and ancillary plant equipment, e.g. 4x4 tractors ranging from 45bhp to 180bhp, excavators ranging from 1.5 tonnes to 24 tonnes and associated attachments, and commercial vehicles e.g. 4x4s, a range of vans and HGVs, throughout England and Wales. The supplier should be able to demonstrate good geographical coverage and competence levels.

National Framework for the Service, Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (SIMAR) of Construction and A

Environment Agency | Published March 9, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
cpvs
50100000

The Environment Agency requires the services of an organisation who is able to manage the service, inspection, maintenance and repair of its fleet of construction and agricultural equipment and ancillary plant equipment, e.g. 4 x 4 tractors ranging from 45bhp to 180bhp, excavators ranging from 1.5 tonnes to 24 tonnes and associated attachments, and commercial vehicles e.g. 4 x 4s, a range of vans and HGVs, throughout England and Wales. The supplier should be able to demonstrate good geographical coverage and competence levels.

Framework for the supply of Long Reach Excavators and associated construction equipment

Environment Agency | Published November 12, 2016
Winner
CNH Industrial NV
cpvs
43200000, 43300000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the purchase of long reach excavators, of a variety of sizes along with a range of associated equipment to enable it to carry out its statutory and voluntary undertakings in relation to the maintenance and operation of flood defences and river channels. We wish to establish a single supplier National Framework for the supply of long reach excavators and a range of associated equipment.

The primary requirement is the supply of long reach excavators and associated equipment in conformity with the specification provided in section 2 and the appendices of this document.

Although the majority of our requirements for the next 4 years will be as specified in section 2, it is likely that we will sometimes have bespoke requirements for other, as yet unknown and unspecified construction equipment. This equipment is likely to consist of long reach excavators and associated equipment of sizes below, between or above those detailed and other construction equipment including:

Lighting towers; fuel bowsers; water bowsers; generators; towed welfare units; hydraulic power packs; wheeled excavators; skid steers; all terrain vehicles, compressors and a variety of excavator attachments.