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Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses

ForViva Group Limited | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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45211000

ForViva is procuring a Framework Agreement pursuant to which it is envisaged that contracts will be let to contractors within the Framework for the provision of a range of new build construction and development projects (‘Development Contracts’).

The Framework Agreement will be divided into 3 Lots;

Lot 1- Contractors — Call-off Contract value of less than 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 2 — Contractors — Call-off Contract value of between 2 000 000 GBPand 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 3 — Contractors — Call-off Contract value of more than 5 000 000 GBP.

A summary of the types of contracts / projects that will be called off under each of them and the total estimated value of these over the 4 year Framework term is set out in the tender documentation.

ForViva is procuring a Framework Agreement pursuant to which it is envisaged that contracts will be let to contractors within the Framework for the provision of a range of new build construction and development projects (‘Development Contracts’).

Under the Framework Agreement the following entities will have the option to call-off Development Contracts with individual framework contactors as and when works are required:

(i)ForViva and any entity within the ForViva group from time to time, which currently includes City West Housing Trust (CWHT), Villages Housing Association (VHA) and ForWorks

(ii)Other Social Housing Providers in the UK (both those that are in existence now and those that may be in existence in the future). ‘Social Housing Provider’ for this purpose means any provider of social housing and includes, without limitation, registered housing providers, local authorities and ALMOs. A list of the current Social Housing Providers can be found by visiting https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing. Such Social Housing Providers will only be entitled to call off under the Framework Agreement if ForViva consents

Bidders should note that, under the Framework Agreement, no entity will be under any obligation to call-off Development Contracts with framework contractors.

The form of Framework Agreement that ForViva proposes to enter into with the successful contractors is set out at Appendix 2 of the ITT.

It is envisaged that contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement will primarily be for the construction of residential housing, though may also include the construction of commercial properties and extra care facilities. The residential housing will primarily be affordable housing for rent, though may also include some mixed tenure housing.

Contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework will be let on the basis of conventional industry standard form construction contracts such as the JCT Design and Build Contract, the JCT Standard Building of Contract and/or the NEC form of Contract. Further details of the forms of contract are included within the tender documents.

Contracts called off under this Lot will each have a value of less than 2 000 000 GBP.

Bidders should note that the estimated value of this Lot as set out in this Notice is based on ForViva's current anticipated requirements. This value may increase if other Social Housing Providers decide to join and call off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement.

ForViva is procuring a Framework Agreement pursuant to which it is envisaged that contracts will be let to contractors within the Framework for the provision of a range of new build construction and development projects (‘Development Contracts’).

Under the Framework Agreement the following entities will have the option to call-off Development Contracts with individual framework contactors as and when works are required:

(i)ForViva and any entity within the ForViva group from time to time, which currently includes CWHT, VHA and ForWorks.

(ii)Other Social Housing Providers in the UK (both those that are in existence now and those that may be in existence in the future). ‘Social Housing Provider’ for this purpose means any provider of social housing and includes, without limitation, registered housing providers, local authorities and ALMOs. A list of the current Social Housing Providers can be found by visiting https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing. Such Social Housing Providers will only be entitled to call off under the Framework Agreement if ForViva consents

Bidders should note that, under the Framework Agreement, no entity will be under any obligation to call-off Development Contracts with framework contractors.

The form of Framework Agreement that ForViva proposes to enter into with the successful contractors is set out at Appendix 2 of the ITT.

It is envisaged that contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement will primarily be for the construction of residential housing, though may also include the construction of commercial properties and extra care facilities. The residential housing will primarily be affordable housing for rent, though may also include some mixed tenure housing.

Contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework will be let on the basis of conventional industry standard form construction contracts such as the JCT Design and Build Contract, the JCT Standard Building of Contract and/or the NEC form of Contract. Further details of the forms of contract are included within the tender documents.

Contracts called off under this Lot will each have a value of between 2 000 000 GBPand 5 000 000 GBP.

Bidders should note that the estimated value of this Lot as set out in this Notice is based on ForViva's current anticipated requirements. This value may increase if other Social Housing Providers decide to join and call off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement.

ForViva is procuring a Framework Agreement pursuant to which it is envisaged that contracts will be let to contractors within the Framework for the provision of a range of new build construction and development projects (‘Development Contracts’).

Under the Framework Agreement the following entities will have the option to call-off Development Contracts with individual framework contactors as and when works are required:

(i)ForViva and any entity within the ForViva group from time to time, which currently includes CWHT, VHA and ForWorks.

(ii)Other Social Housing Providers in the UK (both those that are in existence now and those that may be in existence in the future). ‘Social Housing Provider’ for this purpose means any provider of social housing and includes, without limitation, registered housing providers, local authorities and ALMOs. A list of the current Social Housing Providers can be found by visiting https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing. Such Social Housing Providers will only be entitled to call off under the Framework Agreement if ForViva consents

Bidders should note that, under the Framework Agreement, no entity will be under any obligation to call-off Development Contracts with framework contractors.

The form of Framework Agreement that ForViva proposes to enter into with the successful contractors is set out at Appendix 2 of the ITT.

It is envisaged that contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement will primarily be for the construction of residential housing, though may also include the construction of commercial properties and extra care facilities. The residential housing will primarily be affordable housing for rent, though may also include some mixed tenure housing.

Contracts called off under this Lot of the Framework will be let on the basis of conventional industry standard form construction contracts such as the JCT Design and Build Contract, the JCT Standard Building Contract and/or the NEC form of Contract. Further details of the forms of contract are included within the tender documents.

Contracts called off under this Lot will each have a value of more than 5 000 000 GBP.

Bidders should note that the estimated value of this Lot as set out in this Notice is based on ForViva's current anticipated requirements. This value may increase if other Social Housing Providers decide to join and call off under this Lot of the Framework Agreement.

ESTABLISHMENT OF A WIGAN COUNCIL FRAMEWORK FOR THE PROVISION OF CONSTRUCTION WORK 2017 – 2021

Wigan Council | Published January 30, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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390000, 391100, 391110

Wigan Council is establishing a new Framework for Construction Works in relation to Wigan and Leigh Housing’s stock. The construction work will consist of new build works and refurbishment works however the Council reserves the right to use the framework for other more general requirements when necessary. The tender is open to all suitable organisations and the resultant framework will run from May 2017 for a period of 4 years.

Imaging equipment for medical, dental and veterinary use

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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33110000, 33115100, 85100000, 85150000, 45000000, 33100000

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust (‘The Christie’) and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (‘CMFT’) (together, ‘the Trusts’) are seeking to identify a private sector partner(s) to provide the technology needed to support its forthcoming bid for the provision of PET/CT services to NHS England. It is anticipated that a procurement process for Phase 2 PET/CT Services (National Contract 2 ‘NC2’) will be undertaken by NHS England during Quarter 1 of 2017/18. The Trusts intend to bid jointly to NHS England for the provision of these services, and are seeking expressions of interests from technology providers to participate in the bidding arrangement.

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust (‘The Christie’) and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (‘CMFT’) (together, ‘the Trusts’) are seeking to identify a private sector partner(s) to provide the technology needed to support its forthcoming bid for the provision of PET/CT services to NHS England. It is anticipated that a procurement process for Phase 2 PET/CT Services (National Contract 2 ‘NC2’) will be undertaken by NHS England during Quarter 1 of 2017/18. The Trusts intend to bid jointly to NHS England for the provision of these services, and are seeking expressions of interests from technology providers to participate in the bidding arrangement.

The use of PET/CT has become the standard quality of care for optimal management of patients with certain types of cancer and cancer related indications and are likely to continue to account for 85 % — 90 % of the total requirement for PET/CT scans. The Christie is presently considered by the NHS England Commissioner as the prime vendor of FDG Oncology PET/CT procedures for Greater Manchester. The whole service is delivered in collaboration with CMFT, which is the provider for Rubidium cardiac, non-oncological and paediatric PET/CT. The current service is the largest regional networked service modelled around a ‘hub and spoke’ delivery system in England, as per the recommendation of the Royal College of Radiologists. The Trusts want to build on this success and deliver these services under the proposed NC2.

At this stage, the Trusts are open to the possibility of entering into a form of partnering arrangement with the technology provider(s) for the purposes of bidding to NHS England. Participation in such a partnering arrangement may either be by direct involvement in a corporate Joint Venture with the Trusts (i.e. the establishment of a public/private Special Purpose Vehicle) or through a contractual Joint Venture. Alternatively, the Trusts may simply bid to NHS England on the basis of a sub-contracting arrangement (i.e. not involving a form of partnership), in which the chosen technology provider under this procurement exercise is identified as one of the Trusts' key sub-contractors. For the avoidance of doubt, the Trusts may consider entering into arrangements with one or more technology providers should that be considered appropriate.

The technology provider will potentially be required to provide, install, and maintain some of the scanning equipment required for the purposes of delivering NC2 should the Trusts' proposal be successful in its bid to NHS England. The successful provider may also be required to operate the scanning facilities and provide other related services. There may also be a degree of construction works associated with the provision of the scanning facilities. The current intention is to utilise the dialogue phase of this procurement process to discuss and agree with each shortlisted bidder what the optimal approach to delivery of the technology and related services should be. The precise scope of all aspects of the proposed arrangements (including any partnering arrangement) will therefore be confirmed through the dialogue process.

For the avoidance of doubt, it should be noted that this procurement process by the Trusts aims to identify a technology provider to join the Trusts in bidding to NHS England for the provision of PET/CT services. There is no guarantee that the Trusts' bid will be successful in their bid to NHS England and, in which case, the Trusts may determine that it is not appropriate to proceed to award the contract.

MEYRICK STREET RIVER WALL NO. 1251, POTTERY TERRACE, WIGAN.

Wigan Council | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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391100, 391200

Meyrick Street River Retaining Wall, Wigan forms the northern river training wall of the River Douglas (a Main River) immediately downstream of the weir near the junction of Fourteen Meadows Road and Pottery Terrace. Immediately downstream of the wall, a pedestrian footbridge has been constructed ...he mortar joints to a depth of 20mm along the full length of the wall , carry out any necessary masonry repairs, repointing and grouting full length of wall as necessary. This activity will be enabled by the construction of a temporary scaffold access platform on the riverbed or a pontoon system.
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