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Merseyside Police — Procurement Department | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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71315200, 71315210

For the purpose of collaboration, the Police and Crime Commission for Merseyside (PCC) is leading the procurement and inviting tenders for a National Police Estates and Facilities Benchmarking Service. NPEG Benchmarking Management Group (BMG) act on behalf of their current 37 Police Force Members, as detailed in the accompanying documents.

The National Police Estates Group (NPEG) National Estate and Facilities Benchmarking service is designed to enable Member Forces to compare their costs and other aspects of their Estates' performance. It also provides Managers with an indication as to where money might be saved or better used or performance improved.

The proposed contract period is for 3 years (with an option to extend by a further 2-year period). The contract will commence on 1.4.2017. The contract is to provide a service for all members of the BMG and membership to the service is open to any UK Police Force.

For the purpose of collaboration, the Police and Crime Commission for Merseyside (PCC) is leading the procurement and inviting tenders for a National Police Estates and Facilities Benchmarking Service. NPEG Benchmarking Management Group (BMG) act on behalf of their current 37 Police Force Members, as detailed in the accompanying documents.

The National Police Estates Group (NPEG) National Estate and Facilities Benchmarking service is designed to enable Member Forces to compare their costs and other aspects of their Estates' performance. It also provides Managers with an indication as to where money might be saved or better used or performance improved.

The proposed contract period is for 3 years (with an option to extend by a further two-year period). The contract will commence on 1.4.2017. The contract is to provide a service for all members of the BMG and membership to the service is open to any UK Police Force.

Cobalt - Structural Surveying and Recommendations 2017-21

Symphony Housing Group | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 7, 2017
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71312000

Cobalt is looking to appoint a structural engineer/ consultant to proactively survey our housing stock. Requirements of a structural consultant are as follows: \n \n PART 1 - Full Stock Condition Survey and structural recommendations (pre works - 600 units).\n To proactively survey 10% of Cobalt's stock (600 units) over a 12 month period to include:\n (A) Full structural survey including but not limited to roofs, walls, floors, windows & doors, chimneys, cellars, garages and outbuildings. \n A detailed evaluation of the property condition and construction including the identification of property defects, their apparent cause, urgency of the repair required and future maintenance options. \n All surveys will include a full building inspection and subsequent full survey report.\n \n The reports should give specific advice on\n ? Wall tie failure\n ? Parapet gutter failure\n ? Damp and associated issues\n ? Evidence of woodworm or other infestations \n ? Damage to brickwork and roof\n ? Damage to timbers\n ? Large trees close to the property \n \n The successful contractor should identify trends in structural issues based on property type, age and architype\n (B) Full property stock condition survey to be completed (please see accompanying stock condition survey requirements \n Unit numbers for years 2-4 specified in the pricing document. \n \n PART 2 - Structural inspections (during and post works - 30 units)\n (A) To work pro-actively and provide advice to Cobalt's preferred structural repairs contractor to ensure a satisfactory solution is identified and delivered at those properties requiring the most urgent structural repairs. \n (B) To post inspect all structural works once completed, ensuring all relevant standards are met and report back to the client in an agreed format. \n \n PART 3 - Ad hoc structural advice\n To provide advice to the client as required regarding structural problems. Based on an hourly or day rate.
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