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Scottish Borders Council Upcoming Construction Projects.

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 13, 2015
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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.

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 work for university buildings

University of St Andrews | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
45214400, 45453100

Refurbishment Works at University of St Andrews Andrew Melville Hall.

Main Contractor for Refurbishment Works at University of St Andrews, Andrew Melville Hall Student Residences.

Overview of the Contract Requirement: The University is seeking to refurbish their student residences at Andrew Melville Hall in order to meet current HMO standards.

The Andrew Melville Halls extend to 276 bedrooms situated towards the west of the town at the North Haugh complex. The Halls are formed from a precast concrete structure and clad building designed by James Stirling and constructed between 1963 and 1968. The building is Grade A listed and the project will be sensitive to the requirements of Historic Environment Scotland and Fife Council.

The redevelopment of the student residences is planned to include the following:

— Replacement of roof coverings with new single ply membrane and insulation.

— Replacement of rooflights over the dining room.

— Repairs to external concrete wall panels where reinforcement is exposed

— Alterations and refurbishment of external, entrance and fire escape doors.

— Provision of stairwell fire lobbies to meet current standards.

— Refurbishment of bedrooms to improve insulation and provide more ergonomic furniture layout with integrated power and lighting.

— New doors and furniture to bedrooms and new floor finishes and decoration.

— Renewal of bathroom, shower and toilet facilities to all flats inc ventilation.

— Provision of new stairwell and lift to link kitchen with dining hall servery.

— Relocation of main servery to current finishing kitchen to increase seating space. New floor finishes and decoration.

— Redesign of kitchen inc new equipment to provide centralised catering service for several campuses. New dry and cold storage and office space.

— Reconfiguration of reception and office areas. New floor finishes and decoration.

— Renewal of mechanical and electrical services inc IT installations to building.

— Provision of a new loading bay area to serve the kitchens.

The project is currently proceeding through the Stage 4 design phase towards issue of tender documentation in February 2017. The LBC application was lodged in December 2016.

The successful Contractor will be required to take cognizance of the day to day operations of the University campus, and be sensitive to the needs of staff and students using it. It is envisaged that the successful Contractor will use the service access road and service yard area for a site compound.

A project team has been appointed to manage the refurbishment of the student residences, which this Contract forms a part. The successful tenderer will be required to work in partnership with the Project Team and the University to deliver the project. The proposed layout for the new facilities is included in the supplementary information.

Proposed Programme:

The following indicative schedule of dates may be subject to change as project requirements dictate:

Issue Contract Notice — 16.12.2016

Return of ESPD Documentation — 23.1.2017

Proposed issue of tender documents — 3r.3.2017

Proposed return of tender documents — 12.4.2017

Proposed date for appointment — 3.7.2017

Proposed site commencement date –31.7.2017

Proposed date for completion — 31.7.2018

Proposed Contract: The works will be procured via the SBCC Standard Form of Building Contract -2011 with quantities for use in Scotland.

Value: The estimated value of the Contract is between

7 000 000 — 7 250 000 GBP.

SOJ-HOU-T- Le Coin - Construction of 23 Flats - Electrical Package

States of Jersey | Published July 1, 2013  -  Deadline July 7, 2013
cpvs
72000000

All Electrical works associated with the construction of a new block of 23 flats for Social Rented Housing and it's associated Parking. 

SOJ-HOU-T- Le Coin - Construction of 23 Flats - Mechanical Package

States of Jersey | Published June 25, 2013  -  Deadline July 8, 2013
cpvs
72000000

All Mechanical works associated with the construction of a new block of 23 flats for Social Rented Housing and it's associated Parking. 

Estates: New Gatty Building

University of St Andrews | Published March 17, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45214000, 45214400

Construction of New Gatty Building at East Sands for the University of St Andrews.
CPV: 45210000, 45214000, 45214400.

SOJ-TTS-T Construction of La Collette Recycling Park

States of Jersey | Published September 30, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
cpvs
22000000, 22100000, 22101716, 22101900, 30000000, 30190000, 72000000, 72100000, 72101700, 72101703, 72102300, 72102303, 72102500, 72102502, 72102504, 72130000, 72131500, 72131501, 72131502, 72131600, 72131601, 72131700, 72131702, 81101513

The Applicant must be a locally registered business with an on-Island presence to partake in this procurement exercise.



The Household Recycling Centre consists of two areas separated by a change in level and retaining wall. The total area of the facility is approximately 6000m2. Each area is accessed via a separate slip road constructed as part of the Roads and Services Contract.


 


The upper area (approximately 4000m2) is for public circulation and disposal of household waste for recycling. There are a number of disposal bins, each for a different type of waste. The circulation area is constructed as a jointed concrete pavement. There is a small open-fronted industrial steel framed building for disposal of hazardous materials such as batteries. This building is constructed on a raft foundation. The welfare/domestic ‘Reuse’ building is constructed from a recycled steel frame on piled foundations. The walls and roof are to be constructed in Structural Insulated Panels. The cladding to the building is to form a key architectural feature. Building services installations are typical for a welfare building with public access. The upper area is floodlit with large lighting columns. CCTV is to be installed as part of facility security systems.


 


The lower area (approximately 2000m2) is for operations use and processing of waste. The area is constructed as a jointed concrete pavement. There are large bins for the disposal of bulky waste. A large open-fronted industrial steel framed building is to be constructed for the temporary storage of waste. The building is to be constructed on a raft foundation.


 


Foul water from the facility drains to the pumping station installed as part of the Roads and Services Contract. Surface water is drained by a series of linear drainage installations that pass through interceptors before discharging to a large soak away.


 


Utility services include power, water and telecommunications. Services are distributed from a kiosk installed as part of the Roads and Services Contract.


 


The facility is surrounded on the East, South and West sides by maintenance access tracks and large embankments.


 


The construction of the Household Recycling Centre is being as used as a resource efficiency demonstration project. An outline strategy has already been developed and a reused steel frame is to be incorporated in the construction of the Recycle for Jersey Building. The contractor will become a key partner in developing and delivering the resource efficiency strategy. Monitoring and evaluation of waste minimisation will be required on the site. The demonstration project will culminate in a report and presentation to the Jersey construction industry on the achievements and future potential of resource efficiency.



 

Provision of Geotechnical & Engineering Design Consultancy Services for the Construction of the R2 Road Project

Saint Helena Government | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 22, 2016
cpvs
71000000

To carry out the necessary surveys and prepare engineering designs for the R2 project. The R2 project is the widening, re-grading and re-alignment of a 3000m stretch of road from the brow, Jamestown to Ruperts in accordance with the attached design criteria. The consultant shall prepare a detailed conceptual design for Saint Helena Government to be used as a basis of the procurement of a contractor to undertake the works. The consultant shall perform all the work necessary to achieve the objectives of the assignment and shall at all times utilize the most economical, effective and widely accepted engineering concepts in this work. In carrying out the work the consultant shall co-operate with Saint Helena Government and in particular with the R2 Project Board which will administer the construction contract and the Roads department of the Environment and Natural Resources Directorate. Using Method of Measurement for Highway Works Volume IV. The detailed engineering design shall be presented to a degree of accuracy that will enable quantities of principal items of construction materials to be estimated. Such principal items shall include: earth work, earth work cut and fill, sub-base materials, surfacing materials, drainage structures, retaining structures and vehicle restraining systems. The consultant will be aware that the contractor will be expected to deliver the project within 9 calendar months from award of contract. Over and above the the design element the consultant will be asked for a proposal for the project management of the delivery of the works.

Estates: Sports Centre Redevelopment — New 8 Court Games Hall.

University of St Andrews | Published March 3, 2015
Winner
Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd
cpvs
45212000, 45212200, 45212225, 45214400

Construction of a new building 8 court games hall incorporating: — Changing/showering facilities — Sports/games equipment; — Main entrance and reception areas; — Limited external works; — Widening of the access road to the campus.

SOG-T-GW-Belle Greve Phase IV: Outfalls Replacement - Post Implementation Review

States of Guernsey | Published January 29, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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71000000, 72000000, 77000000, 81000000, 83000000

The Belle Greve (BG) Phase IV project, for the construction of two replacement outfalls was completed in October 2015 and now requires a two stage review of all aspects of the project.

As part of the States of Guernsey (SoG) rules and procedures, all construction projects and programmes over a value of £1 million must be subject to independent review, by an external, third party organisation.

The SoG, acting by and through Guernsey Water and the Public Services Department, requires a Post Implementation Review (PIR) to be undertaken in two stages, in respect of the outfalls replacement in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

 

SOG-GW-T-Combined Term Contract

States of Guernsey | Published April 9, 2015  -  Deadline May 1, 2015
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30000000, 72000000, 77000000, 81000000

The States of Guernsey, through Guernsey Water, are seeing contractors for the works involved in the construction, rehabilitation and in improvements to the potable, waste and surface water networks, excluding specialist renovation procedures.

The work will be contracted as a Framework Contract using NEC3, encompassing Engineering and Construction Contract, Option B: Priced Contract with bill of quantities.

The Contract will include Civil, Mechanical and Electrical elements for foul, surface water and potable water networks that will be carried out independently to specialist renovation procedures.  The activities involved can generally be summarised as:

  • Foul and surface water sewer replacement

  • Foul and surface water sewer and potable water main construction (excluding connections to the live potable water network)

  • Manhole construction and refurbishment

  • Pumping Station and rising main construction and refurbishment

  • Site Investigation

  • Dig down and repair

  • Service diversions

The framework contract will not guarantee continuity of work.  A provisional programme of works will be influenced by priority and budgetary provision.  A provisional programme of works will be determined at the commencement of each year and individual projects will be programmed according to priority and road closure requirements. 

The framework contract is for 3 years and will commence in the last quarter of 2015.  With an option to extend for 3 years.

 

Estates: Sports Centre Redevelopment - New 8 Court Games Hall

University of St Andrews | Published February 26, 2015
Winner
Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd
cpvs
45212000, 45212200, 45212225, 45214400

Construction of a new building 8 court games hall incorporating: - Changing / showering facilities - Sports / games equipment - Main entrance and reception areas - Limited external works - Widening of the access road to the campus CPV: 45212000, 45212200, 45212225, 45214400.

Estates: New Gatty Building.

University of St Andrews | Published March 19, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45214000, 45214400

Construction of New Gatty Building at East Sands for the University of St Andrews.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=436626

Estates: New Gatty Building.

University of St Andrews | Published March 19, 2016  -  Deadline April 8, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45214000, 45214400

Construction of New Gatty Building at East Sands for the University of St Andrews.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=436626

Office of the Principal: Guardbridge Energy Centre and District Heating Network.

University of St Andrews | Published October 14, 2015
Winner
Vital Energi
cpvs
45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000

The University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the Design, Construction and Operation of an Energy Centre and District Heating Network. The University wishes to develop a low carbon energy system to provide heat to its campus at the North Haugh and potentially other University buildings in the area.

Office of the Principal: Guardbridge Energy Centre & District Heating Network

University of St Andrews | Published October 9, 2015
Winner
Vital Energi
cpvs
45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000

The University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the Design, Construction and Operation of an Energy Centre and District Heating Network. The University wishes to develop a low carbon energy system to provide heat to its campus at the North Haugh and potentially other University buildings in the area. CPV: 45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000.

SOG-GW-T-St Saviour Reservoir: Dam Walkway Joint Repairs

States of Guernsey | Published February 26, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016
cpvs
72000000

The impounding structure to St Saviour’s reservoir is the only concrete dam on the island. The reservoir covers approximately 13 hectares and features a mass concrete dam which is 273 m long x 36 m high x 26 m wide at the base. Construction of the dam commenced around 1935 but was suspended during WWII; it was finally completed and commissioned in 1947. It retains a maximum of 1090 Ml of raw water when completely filled, which is the 2nd largest water storage facility on the island, and represents approximately 25% of the total storage capacity available.

During the annual dam inspection in 2013, it was noted that deterioration of the construction joints in the walkway along the crest had occurred together with minor movement of the parapet structure particularly in the vicinity of the five spillway bridges across the centre of the dam wall. Permanent monitoring points were established to measure the movement at key locations throughout the year; these are in the form of fixed prism points at key locations that can be measured very accurately from the roof of the downstream water treatment works, together with fixed strain gauges across joints/cracks at critical points on the dam face.

While the results from the monitoring regime do not cause any significant concern to the stability of the dam structure, the construction joints and other cracks that have developed over time in the parapet walkway require remedial attention before they become more severe and subsequently do become a cause for concern.

The parapet walkway is 2,300mm wide and extends the full length of the crest, with a raised section in the centre below which are five spillways. The parapet walls are identical on either side and are 1,020mm high including the coping stone and 280mm thick.

 

SOG-PSD-T-Construction of a Foam & General Store, Guernsey Airport

States of Guernsey | Published August 22, 2011  -  Deadline September 4, 2011
cpvs
30000000, 72000000

Guernsey Airport Fire Service has been advised that by providing a foam storage facility at ground level next to the vehicle bays the refilling of the vehicles will be carried out more efficiently and with a greater degree of safety.

 

A scheme for an extension providing both a bunded area for the storage of foam and a general store for breathing apparatus etc. has been developed to accommodate this purpose. The store extension will be constructed off the East elevation of the existing Airport Fire Station. The contract for the above construction will include the following works:

 

·         Incidental demolition of part of the eastern elevation, to connect the proposed development to the existing fire station building. The excavation and construction of a below ground reinforced concrete bund and general store substructure

 

·         Cavity construction masonry superstructure and associated profiled roof cladding, including associated supporting steelwork. Installation of steelwork to support perforated flooring to provide a finished floor level, over  the reinforced concrete bund.

 

·         The supply and installation of a folding shutter access door between the new bunded store and the existing fire station.

 

·         Associated electrical installation to provide small power and lighting to both the foam and general store.

 

The qualification process will identify suitable contractors who will tender for the whole of the supply and construction work and services installation.

The key criteria for the evaluation of this questionnaire will be a proven track record in:-

 

·         The successful construction of below ground reinforced concrete structures.

 

·         Management and co-ordination with all necessary construction trades, sub-contractors & suppliers.

 

·         Safe working practices.

 

·         Working in secure/operational locations whilst maintaining a way of allowing the occupier of the building to provide a continuity of their services.

 

·         Working within the local business environment including the relevant statutory requirements.

 

·         Liasing with neighbouring property users.

 

 

Invitation to Construction & Skilled Trades Event at Springwood Park Kelso on 20th May

Scottish Borders Council | Published May 5, 2015
cpvs
101000, 101200, 101300, 101400, 101500, 101600, 101700, 101710, 101711, 101800, 101900, 102000, 102100, 102200, 102300, 102400, 102500, 109999, 151100, 151110, 151111, 191400, 191410, 191411, 192110, 192111, 192112, 199999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 391100, 391110, 391111, 391112, 391113, 391213, 399999

Scottish Borders Council(SBC)would like to invite you to a free construction and skilled trades networking and information event. The event will be held on Wednesday 20th May at Springwood Park in Kelso and starts at 6pm. This is a chance to learn more about how to start or develop business with the public sector while meeting with local authority professionals, relevant support organisations and other contractors. Representatives from Business Gateway and SBC’s Economic Development teams will be available to help signpost firms to local business support. For businesses interested in working with the public sector the Supplier Development Programme will be available to talk to on the night. They offer training, support and information to help both large and small contractors access work opportunities and grow their businesses. Best of all this service is completely free. Constructionline and SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) will be in attendance at the event to answer questions about scheme registration. As of June 2015 all contractors and sub-contractors, who are engaged by the Council, will need to be registered with these schemes. SBC’s Procurement team will also be at the event to help answer questions and introduce buyers from the Council, representatives from other local authorities, NHS Borders, Borders College and the Scottish Government’s procurement system PCS-Tender which, once registered, allows companies to see and access public sector business opportunities. We would encourage you to attend this event which runs from 6pm to 8pm and includes hot food and refreshments. Regards Procurement Team Finance - Chief Executives Department Scottish Borders Council Email: procurement@scotborders.gov.uk

SOG-GWR-T-Belle Greve Phase V: Preliminary Treatment & Storm Water Retention

States of Guernsey | Published May 17, 2013  -  Deadline May 31, 2013
cpvs
72000000, 81000000

The Belle Greve (BG) Phase V project, for the construction and commissioning, is due for completion in August 2013 and now requires a two stage review of all aspects of the project.

As part of the States of Guernsey (SoG) rules and procedures, all construction projects and programmes over a value of £1 million must be subject to independent review, by an external, third part organisation.

The SoG, acting by and through Guernsey Water and the Public Services Department, requires a Post Implementation Review (PIR) to be undertaken in two stages, in respect of the preliminary treatment and storm storage in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

The Reviewer is required to provide a PIR report, following the review of various project information and personnel. In total, two reports are to be completed for this project, one as soon as possible after appointment, targeted for the beginning of July 2013 and the second around summer/autumn 2014.

The Reviewer may be required to provide a presentation of the final report to the employer, for both stages of review.