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London Borough of Camden | Published December 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017

Central Somers Town CIP Regeneration Scheme: 1) Redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary School with associated landscaping along with works to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements 2) Development of new community hub to include new spaces for St. Aloysius Nursery, Plot 10 community play and 10 new affordable family housing units together with improvements to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

Note — The estimated contract value is based on construction values only and has accounted for prelims, overheads and profit.

Central Somers Town CIP Regeneration Scheme:

1) Redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary School with associated landscaping along with works to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

2) Development of new community hub to include new spaces for St. Aloysius Nursery, Plot 10 community play and 10 new affordable family housing units together with improvements to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

The redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary school is a central strand in the Central Somers Town masterplan proposals. The School itself has been subject to numerous remedial works (both planned and unplanned) and is now in critical need of redevelopment in order to ensure it meets the education requirements of a modern school. The project team have been working closely with the appointed school architects — Hayhurst and Co.

The school has been specifically designed to be flexible enough for a future expansion to a 2 form entry should there be significant demand for additional places at a later time.

St Aloysius Nursery is located in a temporary building on part of Regent High School's outside games area. Regent High will soon require the use of this land and therefore the Nursery needs a new, permanent home. In addition, the new community hub building will also house new play facilities for Plot 10 — an existing community play facility on Polygon Road open space. The integration of these facilities under one building will allow for a much more efficient use of space with complementary uses that will act as focal point for the local Somers Town Community. Additionally, the relocation of Plot 10 from the open space will free up this area for valuable outdoor space for the wider community.In additional to the community spaces, there will also be 10 affordable family units on top of the community hub building. These will be offered to local families in line with the agreed local lettings policy.

Construction work of leisure facilities

London Borough of Ealing | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

New build sports centre (3 300 m² GIA) including a five court sports hall; catering offer; changing facilities; and gym. Building comprising steel frame; on piled foundations; photovoltaic array and multi-tone cladding system.

The project also includes the construction of two new AGPs (artificial grass pitches floodlit) to football foundation standards; upgrades to existing grass pitch drainage; site water management and elements of landscaping.

Construction work

Department for Education (‘DFE’) on behalf of itself and the contracting authorites to be identified in subsequent notices for information/competition | Published November 8, 2016

This PIN is issued by the Education Funding Agency (‘EFA’) on behalf of the DfE to engage with the market about the procurement of a Framework for the delivery of capital education building projects. This follows up a PIN issued in May 2016. A further market engagement day is being held for the new framework on 23/11/16 at Millbank Tower, London. This will be to give the market a proposed design of the Framework ahead of the issue of the Contract Notice in March 2017. If you would like to attend, please register at https://efaconstructionframeworkevent.eventbrite.co.uk. Draft plans are for the Framework to operate across three value bands. Each band will be split into regional lots. Please note that this is only a proposal and the final structure of the Framework will not be finalised until after the market engagement day.

Please see section II.1.4. The bands and number of lots stated in this PIN is not final or indicative of the actual Framework structure and the Contracting Authority reserves the right (in its absolute discretion) to amend this at any time.

Please see section II.1.4. The bands and number of lots stated in this Notice is not final or indicative of the actual Framework structure and the Contracting Authority reserves the right (in its absolute discretion) to amend this at any time.

Construction work

Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

Development — Crane Mead- 101 Residential Apartments

Tender Documents available via https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ using Access Code: W36EG5T365.

The development comprises a mixed tenure, mixed use development of 101 apartments (of which approximately 73nr are for shared ownership and 28nr are for general needs rent) and approximately 1 832 m² of commercial space) The development is arranged in a series of predominantly 4-storey blocks with accommodation in the roof with the block fronting the River Lea/Lea Navigation stepping down to 3-storeys with accommodation in the roof in keeping with the existing waterside development and similarly down to 2-storeys on the Starsgate plot in keeping with the adjacent Crane Mead Business Park. The commercial accommodation is generally at ground floor level on the former Swaine's Mill site area and in a self contained four storey building on the adjacent car park site.

Construction work

TfL Silvertown | Published October 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
Transport for London (TfL) is looking to enter a competitive procurement process with

Construction-related services

Education Funding Agency | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

The Education Funding Agency (‘EFA’) is procuring to appoint suppliers to a framework to support the delivery of the Free Schools programme. This will include Project Management services on a national basis and Technical Advisory services in two regions, North and South. The EFA is the executive agency of the Department for Education (‘DfE’) responsible for funding. This includes supporting the delivery of schools capital projects, including Free Schools.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 4 suppliers to provide Technical Advisory services to the North of England.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 8 suppliers to provide Technical Advisory services to the South of England.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 10 suppliers to provide Project Management services on a National basis to support the delivery of the Free Schools Programme.

Building construction work

City of London | Published November 2, 2016

The City of London are seeking to deliver a new 2FE primary school and a minimum of 70 units of affordable housing on a site that sits within the Golden Lane Estate. The site sits adjacent to a conservation area to the north and grade 2 and 2* listed buildings to the west and south. An existing 1970's building currently occupies the site, however this will be demolished as part of a separate contract.

A main contractor is required for appointment at RIBA Stage 4 Technical Design, as part of a two stage procurement approach.

Urban development construction work

London Borough of Hackney | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline December 23, 2016

This framework is being established to ensure that tenants and leaseholders on estates that are being regenerated are able to access independent and impartial advice.

The purpose of the ITLA is to enable residents of an estate undergoing regeneration to interact fully and play an informed role in the regeneration of their homes and the surrounding estate.

This framework is being established to ensure that tenants and leaseholders on estates that are being regenerated are able to access independent and impartial advice to enable them to play a full and informed role in the regeneration of their estate.

It will be a 4 year framework used by the Council to select firms by mini-competition to provide ITLA services for either a project or a phase of a longer project.

Structural Engineering Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Structural Engineering Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as 104new build) .
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be inserted into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Structural Engineering Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis.

NHH Leasehold - Approved List for Minor Maintenance Works

Notting Hill Home Ownership | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline April 30, 2017
Notting Hill Housing's (NHH) Leasehold Team are inviting suppliers experienced in delivering minor maintenance projects to join NHH’s Approved List, which will be managed through Construction Line
Leasehold specialise in providing a service to NHH’s homeowners and managing the communal and external areas of the buildings. NHH’s responsibility for these units extends to maintaining the non-residential areas of the property and does not include works within the tenant’s property. The scope of works for this Approved list is restricted and only includes, undertaking ad-hoc repairs, making good works, repairs to faulty fixtures
This Notice is to last 12 months from the date of publication and includes all minor building works projects. The combined value is less than £4 million per annum across 2,300 properties. Most projects is estimated to be less than £15,000

Execution of minor building works projects valued up to 500 000 GBP although some call-off contracts may exceed this value.

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2019
LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a DPS to provide high quality services to public sector organisations in England.
The DPS shall be open to the public sector organisations identified at V1.3) including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the DPS Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.
The DPS for minor building works is expected to run for a period of 4 years, from 4.1.2016 to 31.12.2019, subject to a successful review of the Proof of Concept trial stage. The Proof of Concept itself will run until the end of December 2016. LPP however, reserves the right not to continue the DPS beyond the Proof of Concept trial stage. If the trial period is successful the Authority may extend the duration of the DPS beyond 4 years.
The DPS is a 2-stage process.
In the initial set-up stage, all suppliers who meet the selection criteria and are not excluded will be admitted to the DPS. There will be no limit on the number of suppliers that may join the DPS for each work category. New suppliers can also apply to join the DPS at any point during its lifetime.
Individual contracts are awarded during the second stage. In this stage, approved users of the DPS (referred to as Contracting Authorities) will invite all suppliers on the DPS for the works category and location required to bid for a specific contract.
The specific works that may be procured under the DPS cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include but are not limited to those works identified by CPV code at paragraph 11.1.6 and summarised below:
Construction Work, Building Construction Work, Repair and Maintenance Services, Building Services Maintenance (M & E), Electrical Installation and Maintenance Services, Building (General), Building Refurbishment Over 15 000, Building Repairs And Improvements, Building (Design and Construct), Painting and Decorating (General), Joinery, Doors, Windows (Pvcu), Glazing, Roofing, Tiling (Wall), Brick And Blockwork, Plumbing, Flooring (General), Demolition Work, Scaffolding, Asbestos Removal/Treatment, Site Clearance, Landscaping, Fencing, Building (Hospitals), Building (Multi Storey Car Parks) to include maintenance, Building Services Planned and Reactive Maintenance, Drainage, Fire Protection, Insulation Work (Building), Locksmiths, Office Fit Out, Partitions, Plastering, Road Maintenance (Minor Works), Building (Prefabricated/Temporary) Supply and Install, Listed Building Work.
The DPS Agreement includes the terms and conditions for subsequent Call-Offs, but places no obligations, on approved users of the DPS to procure any minor building works. The DPS in itself is therefore not a contract; contracts are only formed when works are called-off under the DPS.
The Invitation to Tender documents issued by Contracting Authorities for specific call-off contracts will specify the terms and conditions for the execution of the minor building works. The Cabinet Office recommend that the NEC 3 (NEC Engineering and Construction Contract or NEC Engineering and Construction Short Contract) are followed but the decision on the most suitable form of standard contract rests solely with the Contracting Authorities. Where the NEC standard form of contract is used, the Contracting Authority will include the most appropriate X clauses and optional Z clauses which meet their particular requirements.
Tenders invited at stage 2 by Contracting Authorities may be for projects where the design is fully completed in advance of the tender process or for design and build projects and include but not limited to fixed price submissions, and traditional price list/schedules of rates/bill of quantities as appropriate.

Execution of minor building works projects valued up to 500 000 GBP although some call-off contracts

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2019
LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a DPS to provide high quality services to public sector organisations in England.
The DPS shall be open to the public sector organisations identified at V1.3) including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the DPS Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.
The DPS for minor building works is expected to run for a period of 4 years, from 4.1.2016 to 31.12.2019, subject to a successful review of the Proof of Concept trial stage. The Proof of Concept itself will run until the end of December 2016. LPP however, reserves the right not to continue the DPS beyond the Proof of Concept trial stage. If the trial period is successful the Authority may extend the duration of the DPS beyond 4 years.
The DPS is a 2-stage process.
In the initial set-up stage, all suppliers who meet the selection criteria and are not excluded will be admitted to the DPS. There will be no limit on the number of suppliers that may join the DPS for each work category. New suppliers can also apply to join the DPS at any point during its lifetime.
Individual contracts are awarded during the second stage. In this stage, approved users of the DPS (referred to as Contracting Authorities) will invite all suppliers on the DPS for the works category and location required to bid for a specific contract.
The specific works that may be procured under the DPS cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include but are not limited to those works identified by CPV code at paragraph 11.1.6 and summarised below:
Construction Work, Building Construction Work, Repair and Maintenance Services, Building Services Maintenance (M & E), Electrical Installation and Maintenance Services, Building (General), Building Refurbishment Over 15 000, Building Repairs And Improvements, Building (Design and Construct), Painting and Decorating (General), Joinery, Doors, Windows (Pvcu), Glazing, Roofing, Tiling (Wall), Brick And Blockwork, Plumbing, Flooring (General), Demolition Work, Scaffolding, Asbestos Removal/Treatment, Site Clearance, Landscaping, Fencing, Building (Hospitals), Building (Multi Storey Car Parks) to include maintenance, Building Services Planned and Reactive Maintenance, Drainage, Fire Protection, Insulation Work (Building), Locksmiths, Office Fit Out, Partitions, Plastering, Road Maintenance (Minor Works), Building (Prefabricated/Temporary) Supply and Install, Listed Building Work.
The DPS Agreement includes the terms and conditions for subsequent Call-Offs, but places no obligations, on approved users of the DPS to procure any minor building works. The DPS in itself is therefore not a contract; contracts are only formed when works are called-off under the DPS.
The Invitation to Tender documents issued by Contracting Authorities for specific call-off contracts will specify the terms and conditions for the execution of the minor building works. The Cabinet Office recommend that the NEC 3 (NEC Engineering and Construction Contract or NEC Engineering and Construction Short Contract) are followed but the decision on the most suitable form of standard contract rests solely with the Contracting Authorities. Where the NEC standard form of contract is used, the Contracting Authority will include the most appropriate X clauses and optional Z clauses which meet their particular requirements.
Tenders invited at stage 2 by Contracting Authorities may be for projects where the design is fully completed in advance of the tender process or for design and build projects and include but not limited to fixed price submissions, and traditional price list/schedules of rates/bill of quantities as appropriate.

NHH Home Options - Approved List for Minor Maintenance Works

Notting Hill Housing Trust | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline April 30, 2017
Notting Hill Housing's (NHH) Home Options service are inviting suppliers experienced in delivering minor maintenance projects to join NHH’s Approved List, which will be managed through Construction Line.
Home Options’ provides temporary accommodation through the management of units owned by third parties. NHH’s responsibility for these units extends to maintaining the property to the same standard from when the property became the responsibility of NHH.
The scope of works for this Approved List is restricted and only includes, works involving making defects good, repairs to faulty fixtures and fittings provided by the Property Owner and clearance and cleaning services once a property has become void
This Notice is to last 12 months from the date of publication and includes all minor building works projects. The combined value is less than £4 million per annum across 2,300 properties. Each individual project is estimated to be less than £1,000

Architectural Design Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Architectural Design Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as DX-104 new build).
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be introduced (subject to feasibility) into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Architectural Design Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis. The Architect may be engaged to provide Contract Administrator Services for the construction phase of the Project(s). Please ensure that fee breakdowns separate out Contract Administration services as an optional service within the total fee submitted.

Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as 104 new build).
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be inserted into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis.
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