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LHC | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45210000

Various New build and refurbishment projects for local authorities, education authorities, further education authorities, police and fire authorities, health authorities and other public bodies.

Four value bands covering various geographical lots across the England and Wales.

It is proposed that Tenders will be able to apply for up to two value bands.

The value bands are:

Value Band 1: Project values up to £2,000,000 GBP

Is split into either New Build or Refurbishment projects

The following value bands are for New Build and Refurbishment works

Value Band 2: Project values £2,000,000 and £4,000,000 GBP New build and refurbishment

Value Band 3: Projects values Between £4,000,000 to £10,000,000 GBP New build and refurbishment

Value Band 4: Project values over £10,000,000

A maximum of 4 Company's will be awarded to each lot.

The provision of Construction services for new build, extensions and refurbishment with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

New build, extensions and associated works with a supported design service

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The provision of refurbishment works with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

General Refurbishment works with a supported design service, which will include but not be limited to the following:

a. External Refurbishment Works covering replacement of flat and pitched roof coverings, replacement windows and doors, external cladding and insulation works and all associated building works, external landscaping works including resurfacing of car parks and playgrounds, refurbishment of existing and installation of new multiuse games areas and other types of sports facilities including groundworks, drainage, fencing and associated electrical works.

b. Internal Refurbishment Works covering i refurbishment of science labs and home economics facilities and other educational learning environments, refurbishment of sanitary facilities, sports changing facilities with associated electrical and mechanical works with a supported design service ii Internal refurbishment and remodeling of community buildings with all associated builders works and electrical and mechanical services works

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The Contractor shall ensure that all contracts with Subcontractors and Suppliers which the Contractor intends to procure following the Commencement Date, and which the Contractor has not, before the date of this Contract, already planned to award to a particular Subcontractor or Supplier, are advertised through the relevant portal (in England and Wales on Contract Finder www.gov.uk/contracts-finder and awarded following a fair, open, transparent and competitive process proportionate to the nature and value of the contract.

The provision of Construction services for new build, extensions and refurbishment with associated works for Schools and community buildings.

New build, extensions and associated works with a supported design service

General Refurbishment works with a supported design service, which will include but not be limited to the following:

a. External Refurbishment Works covering replacement of flat and pitched roof coverings, replacement windows and doors, external cladding and insulation works and all associated building works, external landscaping works including resurfacing of car parks and playgrounds, refurbishment of existing and installation of new multiuse games areas and other types of sports facilities including groundworks, drainage, fencing and associated electrical works.

b. Internal Refurbishment Works covering i refurbishment of science labs and home economics facilities and other educational learning environments, refurbishment of sanitary facilities, sports changing facilities with associated electrical and mechanical works with a supported design service ii Internal refurbishment and remodeling of community buildings with all associated builders works and electrical and mechanical services works

This framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation subject to Public Procurement Regulations throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.

LHC Clients are required to consider community benefits on each and every contract. Tenderers must be aware that LHC Clients may add community benefit requirements at call off stage.

The Contractor shall ensure that all contracts with Subcontractors and Suppliers which the Contractor intends to procure following the Commencement Date, and which the Contractor has not, before the date of this Contract, already planned to award to a particular Subcontractor or Supplier, are advertised through the relevant portal (in England and Wales on Contract Finder www.gov.uk/contracts-finder and awarded following a fair, open, transparent and competitive process proportionate to the nature and value of the contract.

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

LHC | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
cpvs
44000000, 44221211, 45421131, 45421111, 44221212, 44221200

This LHC framework is for the specialist design, manufacture, supply and installation of enhanced security communal entrance doorsets operated by a compatible door entry electronic access control system c/w a cyclical service and responsive maintenance package. It has been developed in association with Secured by Design. Access to the organization's design criteria and advice reflecting crime and environmental statistics forms a significant part of the design brief. Therefore, SBD accreditation is considered a requirement essential to this framework.

The performance and enhanced security accreditation specification requirements shall be as follows:

— Accredited Third party certification to PAS 24,

— Certification to STS 202 Burglary Rating 2 (minimum) or LPS 1175 Security Rating 2 (minimum).

This framework will be operated under four (4) main workstreams, designated by the doorleaf construction, namely –

— Workstream 1 = Aluminium,

— Workstream 2 = Mild Steel,

— Workstream 3 = Stainless steel,

— Workstream 4 = Timber (timber / timber core).

On completion of the tender evaluation, a further workstream — Workstream 5 — will then be established comprising those companies selected to service Workstreams 1, 2, 3 and 4 from this tender, thereby offering a choice of materials to the specifier under one workstream.

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