Swale Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to tender for the individual trade contracts for the Construction of Great Easthall Community Centre.
The contract will commence on 27 June 2016 and terminate on 31 March 2017. The Council may extend this opportunity for a further 6 months. The tenderer/s who submit the Most Economically Advantageous Tender, (MEAT) will be awarded the contract.The contract will involve the complete construction of Great Easthall Community Centre . It is the councils desire to procure individual trade contracts directly with suppliers to provide the work packages for the construction of the community centre. Each successful supplier will work under the appointed Construction Manager. The work packages are divided into 18 lots. Providers can bid for any lots they are competent to provide. Each lot will be awarded on an individual basis. The detailed specification for each lot is shown in the lot specification. The following lots are being tendered: Lot 1 – Groundworks, hard landscaping and drainage Lot 2 – Structural Timber Frame and SIPS (design and build) Lot 3 – Mechanical Lot 4 - Electrical Lot 5 – Roof Coverings inc. Haybase Lot 6 – Plastering Lot 7 – Decorating Lot 8 – Carpentry Lot 9 – Cubicles and Sanitary ware not inc in mechanical Lot 10 – Soft Landscaping Lot 11 – Roller Shutters Lot 12 – Kitchen Lot 13 – Fittings and Furnishings Lot 14 – External Windows and Doors Lot 15 – Flooring Lot 16 – Suspended Ceilings Lot 17 – Street Furniture Lot 18 – Folding Partitions .
Swale Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to tender for the Construction Manager for Great Easthall Community Centre. The contract will commence on 12 February 2015 and terminate on 31 March 2018. A preferred supplier list will be formulated from the successful suppliers who will be selected in order of the most economically advantageous tenders submitted.
a. Swale Borough Council are desirous of appointing a Construction Manager (CM) for the construction of a new community hall at Great East Hall Sittingbourne. The CM will be required to join and work alongside the Client’s Consultant Team comprising the following members:
i. Swale Borough Council – Client
ii. Synergy Construction and Property Consultants – Project Managers
iii. BBM Sustainable Design – Architects
iv. QS Consult – Cost Consultants
v. Norman Bromley – Services Engineers
vi. MLM – Structural Engineers
b. The design is being progressed and will be nearing completion when the CM is appointed. The CM will therefore assist in reviewing design coordination and advise on trade package coordination and procurement.
c. Included in this document is the Planning Pre-Application prepared, by the Consultant Team, for your information.
d. The Client’s Cost Consultant will provide quantity surveying services as set out in the document herein entitled ‘CM Cost Consultant Duties v2’.
e. The CM is to provide construction management services as set out in this document, including the provision of site preliminaries and principle contractor duties.
f. The CM is required to complete the CM Fee Analysis with aligns with the CM Specification included within this enquiry.
g. All trade packages will be appointed direct with the client – the CM is required to provide a fixed fee for providing CM services set out in this document and will not be permitted to add overheads and profit to the value of any trade contract.
h. It is intended that the works should be complete by March 2017 and it is anticipated that the CM will advise on programme and procurement”.
i. It is intended that interviews of prospective CM’s will take place on 22nd December 2015. Please ensure the staff you intend to assign to the project are available to attend the interviews.
On behalf of our current and future Social Housing members, South East Consortium is procuring a framework for the provision of New Build and Refurbishment works to include, but not be restricted to, affordable housing schemes throughout the South East of England. This framework is for works contractors only.
New Build works shall include but not be limited to the design and construction and/or refurbishment of the SEC member's specified dwellings, with the expectation of using traditional timber/steel framed construction, having brick/block walling and tiled roofing. To include all associated drainage, road works, car parking, footpaths and paved areas, landscaping, retaining walls, refuse stores, external services and estate lighting. Plus all necessary off site works. Works may include demolition, site clearance, and site preparation or clearance as applicable, including decontamination and remediation works as applicable.
Swale Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to tender for the burial ground footway improvements at Halfway and Love Lane Cemeteries and St Catherine’s Churchyard. The contract will commence on 29 February 2016 and will need to be completed by the 31 March 2016. The successful bidder will be selected in order of the most economically advantageous tenders submitted. The contract covers various construction works associated with the footways in three burial grounds.
1. Halfway Cemetery, Sheerness – Removal and re-construction of approximately 155m sq. of footway throughout the cemetery grounds.
2. Love Lane Cemetery, Faversham – Removal and re-construction of 228m sq. of footway/carriageway at the north side of the cemetery and repair of approximately 40m sq. of pot holes throughout the footways.
3. St. Catherine’s Churchyard, Faversham – Removal of existing footway wearing course and replacement with new, approximately 31m sq. A temporary footway on the grass will need to be installed during the works with boards or similar as this area is a busy pedestrian route.
Detailed design and location plans are available to view at Swale Borough Council Offices, address below. There may be variations to the amount of footway to be replaced / repaired as the works are undertaken, depending on the ground conditions at the time of construction. The Council understands that amendments to the final cost may vary if more works are undertaken than those originally quoted for at this tender stage.
Expressions of Interest and Invitation to Tender (ITT) must be submitted / uploaded on the Kent Business portal.
The closing date for submissions of Expressions of Interest and the closing date for the ITT will be 15 February 2016 at 12:00 noon.
Provision of building consultancy services on behalf of current and future SEC members, covering construction, programme management, asset management, building design, architectural and environmental.
Services to include but not be limited to multi-discipline consultancy requirements for property and construction from programme inception to completion.
Services could include but not be limited to project and contract management, quantity surveying, clerk of works, CDM 2015, EA services, risk management, feasibility studies, planning compliance.
Services to include but not be limited to stick condition surveys, Fire Risk Assessments, EPC's, Building and Structural Surveying, Housing Health and Safety Rating systems and Disability Access Audits.
Services to include but not be limited to lift consultancy, heating, site and plant audits, maintenance and electrical surveys.
Services to include but not be limited to architectural services, landscape design, structural inspections, planning and feasibility studies.
Services to include but not be limited to soil surveys, ecological and topographical surveys, flood risk, geo-environmental and technical investigations, invasive species eradication, sustainability advise.
Swale Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to tender for the Newington Car Park Retaining Wall contract to Swale Borough Council’s Offices located at Swale House, East Street, Sittingbourne ME10 3HT.
The contract will commence on 15th FebruaryJanuary 2016 and terminate on 30th September 2016. A preferred supplier list will be formulated from the successful suppliers who will be selected in order of the most economically advantageous tenders submitted.
The contract covers the removal of the remaining sections of the collapsed wall and replaces the wall with an Andacrib wall construction to provide support to the adjoining car park. Replacing the edge of the car park surface and replacing the missing kerb to the car park for the extent of the reconstructed retaining wall. Erect a new close board fence along the top of the reinstated bank and carry out repairs to the remaining brickwork sections.