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Construction of 3G Pitches Hawick

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 20, 2016
Winner
W H Malcolm Ltd
cpvs
331200, 331300, 339999, 391100, 391110, 391111, 391113, 399999

Construction of 3G Pitches Hawick

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Torus trading as Helena Partnerships | Published May 19, 2016
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Torus trading as Helena Partnerships | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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Scottish Borders Council Upcoming Construction Projects.

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 13, 2015
cpvs
45200000, 45210000, 45211300, 45351000, 45220000, 71311000, 71240000, 71300000, 71250000, 50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 45211350, 45212000, 45212170, 45113000, 71251000, 71315300, 71322100, 71324000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) will be tendering up to 100 000 000 GBP worth of capital construction related projects over the next 24 month period. This includes new Primary School builds, 3G sports pitches, specialist buildings, centres and associated works, flood defence and refurbishments. From 20.7.2015, any contractor* interested in working for Scottish Borders Council must be registered with Construction line and have SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) Accreditation. *the term ‘Contractor’ shall cover any company, organisation, person or persons appointed to carry out work concerning Design, Construction, Maintenance and Repair for or on behalf of SBC.

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Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Albans | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
45000000

Construction of a new Welcome Centre between the grade 1 listed Cathedral church and Chapter House on an archaeologically sensitive site. Also internal structural alterations to the Chapter House including lift installation, raising and extending floors plus new services throughout.

Main works contractor with experience of working on heritage sensitive and occupied sites is required to undertake the construction of a new Welcome Centre. Close liaison with relevant authorities is required to ensure installation satisfies all statutory conditions. Alterations to the grade 1 list Chapter House to create a new leanring hub for the excellent and award winning Learning Department. Revision to levels through the works to ensure a design which meets modern expectations for access including raising floors to create level access, installation of lift, new toilets, etc.

Scottish Borders Council Upcoming Construction Projects

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 9, 2015
cpvs
45200000, 45210000, 45211300, 45351000, 45220000, 71311000, 71240000, 71300000, 71250000, 50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 45211350, 45212000, 45212170, 45113000, 71251000, 71315300, 71322100, 71324000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) will be tendering up to £100m worth of capital construction related projects over the next 24 month period. This includes new Primary School builds, 3G sports pitches, specialist buildings, centres and associated works, flood defence and refurbishments. From 20 July 2015, any contractor* interested in working for Scottish Borders Council must be registered with Construction line and have SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) Accreditation. *the term ‘Contractor’ shall cover any company, organisation, person or persons appointed to carry out work concerning Design, Construction, Maintenance and Repair for or on behalf of SBC. CPV: 45200000, 45210000, 45211300, 45351000, 45220000, 71311000, 71240000, 71300000, 71250000, 50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 45211350, 45212000, 45212170, 45113000, 71251000, 71315300, 71322100, 71324000.

Construction of 3G Pitches Hawick & Peebles

Scottish Borders Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015
cpvs
331200, 331300, 339999, 391100, 391110, 391111, 391113, 399999

The purpose of this PQQ is to allow Scottish Borders Council (the Council) to identify a number of suitably qualified and experienced contractors, who will be invited to submit a tender to the Council for the proposed 3G synthetic sports pitches at Hawick and Peebles in the Scottish Borders area. The works for the pitches will be divided into 2 Lots for Contractors to choose which pitches they wish to submit a bid for. Contractors may bid for one or both Lots. Lot 1 – Hawick 3G Pitch Lot 2 – Peebles 3G Pitch

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Forest Heath District Council | Published September 24, 2015
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45000000, 45200000, 45400000, 50700000, 35120000, 09300000, 09330000, 09331200, 09331000, 65410000, 71000000, 71322000, 79993000

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Echelon Housing Partnership Construction Management Framework.

Echelon Housing Partnership Limited | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
F3Construct Limited
cpvs
71540000, 66122000

Echelon Housing Partnership Limited (EHP) is a new ‘not-for-profit' affordable housing provider that is currently in the process of registration with the Homes and Communities Agency. EHP has appointed a shadow board and is currently in the latter stages of registration.

As part of its Business Plan EHP is developing several sites. EHP has undertaken a review of the single provider Construction Management services framework agreements in the market place and has identified a lack of available frameworks that meet EHP’s needs. Accordingly, EHP has procured this Framework Agreement to enable it to develop a working relationship with a single Construction Management service provider, and also to open up the Framework to any other organisations wishing to utilise a dynamic, forward-thinking and innovative model (see Section VI.2) below for further details of the organisations that will be able to use the Framework).

EHP appointed Echelon Consultancy to assist it with the procurement of the Framework Agreement.

EHP has appointed Pretium Group Limited (Pretium) to manage the Framework Agreement during its term.

In the context of this Framework Agreement Construction Management is defined as follows:

— Developing a close working relationship with the Client(s) to fully understand the requirements of each scheme;

— Specifying project objectives and plans including delineation of scope, budgeting, scheduling, setting performance requirements and selecting project participants;

— Maximising the resource efficiency through procurement of labour, materials and equipment;

— Implementing various operations through proper coordination and control of planning, design, estimating, contracting and construction in the entire process;

— Developing effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts.

This Framework is intended to ensure best practice, innovation and customer service are at the heart of Construction Management and that the Framework allows all parties to work collaboratively for their mutual benefit. We have also allowed for the inclusion of the Construction Management services provider offering a funding solution.

To ensure that these goals can be delivered the Specification, Price Framework and Framework Agreement are designed to complement each other.

We have developed the Framework Agreement to offer an alternative to pre-existing frameworks with more emphasis on both value for money and innovation.

We envisage that this Framework Agreement will allow EHP to deliver on its commitments and support any other organisations that wish to use the Framework in doing likewise.

Echelon Housing Partnership Construction Management Framework.

Echelon Housing Partnership Limited | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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71540000, 66122000

Echelon Housing Partnership Limited (EHP) is a new ‘not-for-profit' affordable housing provider that is currently in the process of registration with the Homes and Communities Agency. EHP has appointed a shadow board and is targeting registration by December 2015. As part of its Business Plan EHP is developing several sites. EHP has undertaken a review of the single-provider Construction Management services framework agreements in the market place and has identified a lack of available frameworks that meet EHP’s needs. Accordingly, EHP wishes to procure this Framework Agreement to enable it to develop a working relationship with a single Construction Management service provider, and also to open up the Framework to any other organisations wishing to utilise a dynamic, forward-thinking and innovative model (see Section II.2.1) below for further details of the organisations that will be able to use the Framework). EHP has appointed Echelon Consultancy to assist it with the procurement of the Framework Agreement. EHP has appointed Pretium Group Limited (Pretium) to manage the Framework Agreement during its term. In the context of this Framework Agreement Construction Management is defined as follows: — Developing a close working relationship with the Client (s) to fully understand the requirements of each scheme; — Specifying project objectives and plans including delineation of scope, budgeting, scheduling, setting performance requirements and selecting project participants; — Maximising the resource efficiency through procurement of labour, materials and equipment; — Implementing various operations through proper coordination and control of planning, design, estimating, contracting and construction in the entire process; — Developing effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts. This Framework is intended to ensure best practice, innovation and customer service are at the heart of Construction Management and that the Framework allows all parties to work collaboratively for their mutual benefit. We have also allowed for the inclusion of the Construction Management services provider offering a funding solution (please see the tender documents for further details). To ensure that these goals can be delivered the Specification, Price Framework and Framework Agreement are designed to complement each other. We have developed the Framework Agreement to offer an alternative to pre-existing frameworks with more emphasis on both value for money and innovation. We envisage that this Framework Agreement will allow EHP to deliver on its commitments and support any other organisations that wish to use the Framework in doing likewise.

966 Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme Main Works.

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
Rj Mcleod (Contractors) Ltd
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45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000

The Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme (the Scheme) is being promoted by awarding Authority Scottish Borders Council. The Scheme intends to provide a significant improvement in flood protection to over 650 residential and business properties in Selkirk and its environs. The scope of the project includes, but is not limited to the following activities: Adaption of the outlet at St Mary's Loch to improve the loch's flood storage capabilities, including MEICA upgrades, telemetry and small scale flood resilience and flood protection works around the loch (flood defence bunds, access track raising). Raising of 200 m of the A708 Selkirk to Moffat road Construction of 2.9 km of imported fill flood defence embankments. Construction of 3.1 km of reinforced concrete flood defence walls. Construction of 0.38 km of sheet piled retaining wall in dense gravelly soils. Construction of approx. 0.72 km of erosion protection to the banks of the Ettrick Water in three separate locations. Provision of 3.0 km of Contractor design seepage protection, up to 8.0 m below ground level. Construction of 0.8 km of new 7 m wide river channel, offline from existing watercourse. Online widening of 0.15 km of existing watercourse. Demolition of two masonry arch vehicle bridges. Construction of new reinforced concrete portal vehicle bridge at junction of A707 and A708. Construction of 8 no. reinforced concrete abutments to carry 4 no. new timber footbridges (bridges are likely to be supplied by the Employer). Demolition of existing six span steel truss pedestrian bridge and five reinforced concrete piers. Erection of new 84 m long three span steel / timber pedestrian bridge (bridge deck likely to be provided by the Employer) and construction of two new reinforced concrete piers on existing sheet piled caissons and two new reinforced concrete abutments. Construction of 110 m long offline storm overflow culvert and new inlet and outlet structures. Construction of approx. 75 m of online culvert. Reinstatement, landscaping, tree planting and environmental habitat enhancement works. Local service diversions and crossings (note that the Employer will be carrying out an advance contract to divert most of the existing services and utilities prior to contract award).

966 Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme Main Works

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Rj Mcleod (Contractors) Ltd
cpvs
45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000

The Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme (the Scheme) is being promoted by awarding Authority Scottish Borders Council. The Scheme intends to provide a significant improvement in flood protection to over 650 residential and business properties in Selkirk and its environs. The scope of the project includes, but is not limited to the following activities: Adaption of the outlet at St Mary’s Loch to improve the loch’s flood storage capabilities, including MEICA upgrades, telemetry and small scale flood resilience and flood protection works around the loch (flood defence bunds, access track raising) Raising of 200m of the A708 Selkirk to Moffat road Construction of 2.9km of imported fill flood defence embankments Construction of 3.1km of reinforced concrete flood defence walls Construction of 0.38km of sheet piled retaining wall in dense gravelly soils Construction of approx. 0.72km of erosion protection to the banks of the Ettrick Water in three separate locations. Provision of 3.0km of Contractor design seepage protection, up to 8.0m below ground level Construction of 0.8km of new 7m wide river channel, offline from existing watercourse Online widening of 0.15km of existing watercourse Demolition of two masonry arch vehicle bridges Construction of new reinforced concrete portal vehicle bridge at junction of A707 and A708. Construction of 8 no. reinforced concrete abutments to carry 4 no. new timber footbridges (bridges are likely to be supplied by the Employer) Demolition of existing six span steel truss pedestrian bridge and five reinforced concrete piers Erection of new 84m long three span steel / timber pedestrian bridge (bridge deck likely to be provided by the Employer) and construction of two new reinforced concrete piers on existing sheet piled caissons and two new reinforced concrete abutments Construction of 110m long offline storm overflow culvert and new inlet and outlet structures Construction of approx. 75m of online culvert Reinstatement, landscaping, tree planting and environmental habitat enhancement works. Local service diversions and crossings (note that the Employer will be carrying out an advance contract to divert most of the existing services and utilities prior to contract award) CPV: 45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000.

Purchase of Paver

Scottish Borders Council | Published October 26, 2015
Winner
Atlas Copco
cpvs
381200, 381300, 389999

SBc Contracts are looking to purchase a Paver for the construction and maintenance of roads and paving jobs.

2G & 3G Synthetic Sports Pitches Selkirk & Hawick

Scottish Borders Council | Published November 27, 2014  -  Deadline December 19, 2014
cpvs
331200, 331300, 339999, 391100, 391111, 391113, 399999

The construction of a 2G sand dressed synthetic sports pitch to meet FIH requirements at Selkirk Pringle Park Sports Field. The contractor is required to construct a dual use (FIFA 2*/IRB22) 3G synthetic sports pitch at Volunteer Park, Hawick.

1115 Online Technical Resources Library

Scottish Borders Council | Published March 4, 2016
Winner
Ihs
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151000, 152000, 152300, 159999, 271510, 279999

Externally hosted, live website based database application allowing a maximum of 50 user’s direct access via their portal to the latest versions of: The Construction Information Service (CIS, Specify-it, Lacors, Environmental Management, Engineer-it, SCI Blue Book, The Occupational Health & Safety Information Service (OHSIS, LABC, Food & Drink Safety, Trading Standards Specialists (TSS),Fire Protection Association (FPA).

Provision of Telescopic Loading Shovels and Backhoe Loader

Scottish Borders Council | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Scot Jcb Ltd
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43260000, 42418900, 43200000

Provision of the following equipment:
3 x Four wheel drive and steer telescopic loading shovels to load road salt.
2 x Four wheel drive telescopic loading shovels to work within a waste transfer station.
1 x Four wheel drive excavator loader machine.
All equipment must conform to EU and UK construction regulations.
CPV: 43260000, 42418900, 43200000.

Provision of Telescopic Loading Shovels and Backhoe Loader.

Scottish Borders Council | Published March 11, 2016
Winner
Scot JCB Ltd
cpvs
43260000, 42418900, 43200000

Provision of the following equipment:

3 x 4 wheel drive and steer telescopic loading shovels to load road salt;

2 x 4 wheel drive telescopic loading shovels to work within a waste transfer station;

1 x 4 wheel drive excavator loader machine.

All equipment must conform to EU and UK construction regulations.

1163 Wilton Lodge Park Cafe & Bridge

Scottish Borders Council | Published August 26, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
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45210000, 45212000, 45221100, 45221110, 45212423

Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick - The works consist of the construction of a new build cafe building and bridge connecting the cafe to a car parking area on the opposite side of the river. The building is a steel framed structure with timber cladding. The works also include external hard landscaping to connect the cafe building to the existing park paths network. CPV: 45210000, 45212000, 45221100, 45221110, 45212423.

Broomlands and Langlee Primary Schools Design and Build Projects Scottish Borders

Scottish Borders Council | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
McLaughlin & Harvey
cpvs
45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently approved funding for the construction of 2 new primary school (PS) buildings, 1 at Broomlands PS in Kelso and the other at Langlee PS in Galashiels.

SBC intends to appoint a contractor(s) to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the successful contractor(s). Details of design team as detailed below:

Architect — Stallan Brand;

Mechanical and Electrical Engineer — Davie McCulloch;

Civil and Structural Engineer — Goodson Associates Ltd;

Landscaping — LDA Design;

Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten;

Acoustician — New Acoustics.

Broomlands PS will be spread over 2 floors with an approx. GIFA of 3 200m2. Langlee PS will be spread over 3 floors with an approx. GIFA of 4 100m2.

Both schools will incorporate a nursery, primary teaching rooms, games hall, catering kitchen, dining facilities, MUGA pitch and associated staff accommodation areas. In addition, Langlee PS will also incorporate separate. Additional Support Needs teaching areas.

It is anticipated each development(s) will be built alongside the existing school(s), which will be in occupation during the duration of the construction period. Once the development(s) has been completed and the school transferred to the new building(s), the original building(s) will be demolished to make way for landscaping and car parking.

SBC's principal objectives are to deliver innovative educational and community facilities that make a significant contribution and presence within the communities which they serve.

Contractor(s) selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline in-line with SBC's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

Design and construction of open manege including formation of manege area, reinforced grass hardstanding, fencing and gates, water supplies and drainage connection

 | Published May 19, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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45200000

Design and Construction of Open Manege at National Horse Racing Museum, Newmarket Design and construction of open manege including formation of manege area, reinforced grass hardstanding, fencing and gates, water supplies and drainage connection.