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KMCPRP-010 Standing List of Approved Asset Auction Consultants 2012-2017

Kirklees Council | Published December 10, 2012  -  Deadline April 30, 2017
Applications are invited from suitably qualified consultants who wish to be included on Kirklees Council’s Standing List of Approved Asset Auction Consultants which will be used from time to time to supplement the asset auction services established on the Consultants Major Framework Lot B8 (KMCDPS-051) which is in operation and will expire on 31st March 2016.

  

Construction consultancy services

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017

Tenders are invited by the contracting authority from economic operators with relevant experience and ability to demonstrate sufficient capacity for consultancy services relating to the provision of condition surveys. The successful economic operators will undertake condition survey commissions on the range of Sites/Locations/assets which are owned/occupied by the contracting authority; including, but not necessarily limited to the carrying out and/or updating of existing full and partial asset management plan (‘AMP’) condition surveys. For each condition survey, the economic operators shall be expected to submit a completed report, fully updated CAD plan(s) and digital photographs of all pertinent defects and external elevations, labelled to include reference, location and nature of defect.

Tenders are invited by the contracting authority from economic operators with relevant experience and ability to demonstrate sufficient capacity for consultancy services relating to the provision of condition surveys. The successful economic operators will undertake condition survey commissions on the range of Sites/Locations/assets which are owned/occupied by the contracting authority; including, but not necessarily limited to: (i) the carrying out and/or updating of existing full and partial asset management plan (‘AMP’) condition surveys. For each condition survey, the economic operators shall be expected to submit a completed report, fully updated CAD plan(s) and digital photographs of all pertinent defects and external elevations, labelled to include reference, Location/Site, and nature of defect; (ii) undertaking visual inspections of fabric, mechanical and electrical elemental groups, broken down by sub-element and including work at high level, in tanks rooms, ceiling voids and ducts (where accessible), but excluding extensive dismantling and testing; (iii) to submitting and receiving prior approval of method statements connected with any work required at high level or in confined spaces; (iv) liaising with the contracting authority and its staff, service users, customers, tenants, clients and stakeholders to make arrangements to conduct surveys and carry out inspections required to obtain information to produce accurate condition surveys; (v) follow a systematic approach to:

a) assess the condition and remaining life of each element and sub-element;

b) provide recommendations to prioritise any major repairs, alterations or replacements;

c) subject to Condition 14 of the Articles of Framework Agreement and Conditions of Contract, safeguard the health and safety of all Council staff, service users, customers, tenants, clients and stakeholders;

d) ensure statutory compliance; and

e) allow the asset to remain in an operational condition for its whole life; and

grade the condition of elements and sub-elements using a four (4) part categorisation A-D as follows:

(A) Good — performing as intended/operating efficiently;

(B) Satisfactory — performing as intended by with minor deterioration;

(C) Poor — not performing as intended/operating efficiently or exhibiting major defects; and

(D) Urgent work — life expired / serious risk of failure.

Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published January 21, 2017  -  Deadline February 24, 2017

Tenders are invited by the Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘Council’) from Service Providers with relevant experience and ability to provide Asbestos Consultancy Services (the ‘Services’) under a Framework Agreement. The Council intends to appoint up to six (6) Service Providers under this Framework to perform the Services in connection with Asbestos Containing Materials (‘ACMs’) present within its asset management portfolio (the ‘Portfolio’). The Framework Agreement will allow for the Council and Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing Ltd (‘KNH’) to discharge their duties by providing access to the following Services, including but not limited to:

— Asbestos management and refurbishment and demolition surveys;

— Air monitoring and four stage clearances;

— Bulk sampling and bulk sample analysis;

— Re-inspections;

— Reactive response and call out;

— Training;

— Expert witness;

— Access equipment ( as required to carry out works); and

— Individual staff rates for practitioners etc.

Tenders are invited by the Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘Council’) from Service Providers with relevant experience and ability to provide Asbestos Consultancy Services (the ‘Services’) under a Framework Agreement. The Council intends to appoint up to six (6) Service Providers under this Framework to perform the Services in connection with Asbestos Containing Materials (‘ACMs’) present within its asset management portfolio (the ‘Portfolio’).

It is anticipated that the Framework Agreement will commence on 1.4.2017 and will expire on 31 March 2019, with the provision for two (2) one (1) year extensions.

The services required are set out within the Tender Documents, available to access at https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf. The Framework Agreement will allow for the Council and Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing Ltd (‘KNH’) to discharge their duties by providing access to the following Services, including but not limited to:

— Asbestos management and refurbishment & demolition surveys;

— Air monitoring and four stage clearances;

— Bulk sampling and bulk sample analysis;

— Re-inspections;

— Reactive response and call out;

— Training;

— Expert witness;

— Access equipment ( as required to carry out works); and

— Individual staff rates for practitioners etc.

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