The Council has appointed a number of construction contractors to a Framework Agreement consisting of three lots for the delivery of construction projects for both the Council and other public sector organisations. The Education and Built Environment Framework will be used for construction works to schools and other educational premises as well as for other general construction works to a range of public buildings. This includes the managed landscapes between buildings but will not include civil engineering or infrastructure projects.
The appointment of construction contractors to undertake the delivery of construction works with a value between 500 000 GBP and 3 500 000 GBP .
The appointment of construction contractors to undertake the delivery of construction works with a value between 3 500 000 GBP and 10 000 000 GBP .
The appointment of construction contractors to undertake the delivery of construction works with a value over 10 000 000 GBP.
Construction work. Site preparation work. Landscaping work. Building construction work. Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses. Construction work for buildings relating to leisure, sports, culture, lodging and restaurants. Multi-purpose sports facilities construction work. Construction work for art and cultural buildings. Theatre construction work. Library construction work. Multimedia library construction work. Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest. Accommodation and restaurant buildings. Hostel construction work. Construction work for restaurants and similar facilities. Shop buildings construction work. Market construction work. Office block construction work. Workshops construction work. Stores depot construction work. Buildings associated with transport. Construction work for buildings relating to education and research. Construction work for kindergarten buildings. Construction work for school buildings. Primary school construction work. Secondary school construction work. Special school construction work. Construction work for college buildings. Vocational college construction work. Technical college construction work. Construction work for buildings of further education. Construction work for buildings relating to health and social services, for crematoriums and public conveniences. Construction work for social services buildings. Construction work for subsidised residential accommodation. Retirement home construction work. Nursing home construction work. Residential homes construction work. Children's home construction work. Construction work for social facilities other than subsidised residential accommodation. Daycare centre construction work. Civic centre construction work. Construction work for crematoriums. Cemetery works. Public conveniences. Roof works and other special trade construction works. Roof repair and maintenance work. Special trade construction works other than roof works. Miscellaneous special-trade construction work. Building installation work. Insulation work. Plumbing and sanitary works. Fencing, railing and safety equipment installation work. Fire-prevention installation works. Building completion work. Plastering work. Joinery and carpentry installation work. Joinery work. Carpentry installation work. Floor and wall covering work. Painting and glazing work. Other building completion work. Overhaul and refurbishment work. Construction work for university buildings. The Council is looking to appoint a number of contractors to a Low Value Construction Projects Framework Agreement. The Framework will consists of 2 lots. Lot 1 will be for Works Contracts with a value of 50 000 GBP to 250 000 GBP and Lot 2 will be for Works Contracts with a value of 250 001 GBP to 500 000 GBP. It should be emphasised that no contract value awarded through the framework will exceed 500 000 GBP.
Interested parties should be aware that the Council is not looking to appoint individual trades contractors.
The Framework Agreement would suit general building contractors and similar.
The successful tenderer will be required to provide cleaning, care-taking and letting services at Barking Abbey School.
The cleaning, care-taking and letting services provision has not been market tested in recent years and to ensure ‘best value’ principles are applied the Head Teacher and School Governors have made a decision to tender these service provisions.
The services are currently operated in-house and the School is seeking both technical innovation and the application of current cleaning processes within tender submissions. As a result of this the key objective of the tender exercise is to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with the chosen contractor going forward.
The School was founded in 1922 and is a mixed-sex education establishment. Current student numbers on roll are 1 972 and the School is known for its high educational standards especially regarding sporting activities.
Total costs for the services are circa 400 000 GBP per annum, however the School is looking at reducing this cost year-on-year by pro-actively managing and monitoring the operation throughout the contract term.
(Further information is available within the procurement documents.).