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Moorcroft Farm - New electrical supply

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published August 21, 2017  -  Deadline August 18, 2017
Winner
E E Keen & Sons
cpvs
65310000

Moorcroft Farm - New electrical supply

Quarrendon Adult Learning - New electrical meter housing

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published August 1, 2017  -  Deadline May 7, 2017
Winner
EE Keen
cpvs
45000000

New meter housing for separate electrical supply

Planned Investment Programme Years 11-14

The Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust | Published June 28, 2016
Winner
Lakehouse Contracts Ltd, Liberty Gas Group Ltd, TSG Building Services Plc, Amey Community Ltd, DW Contractors, Liberty Gas Group, TSG, FSG Property Services, TSG Building Services, Amber Construction Services Ltd, FSG Property Services Ltd, Sun Realm, BSW Heating, Anglian Building Products, TSG Building Services Ltd
cpvs
45211000, 45211310, 45211320, 45261200, 45261300, 45261410, 45261900, 45262100, 45262300, 45262320, 45262321, 45262330, 45262340, 45262500, 45262660, 45262650, 45262690, 45262700, 45262900, 45311000, 45312000, 45312100, 45312300, 45312310, 45312320, 45312330, 45315000, 45316100, 45321000, 45323000, 45324000, 45331110, 45332000, 45332400, 45333000, 45333100, 45333200, 45341000, 45342000, 45410000, 45421000, 45421100, 45421120, 45421141, 45421147, 45421148, 45421151, 45421152, 45421153, 45421160, 45422000, 45422100, 45432000, 45432111, 45432112, 45441000, 45442100, 45442110, 45442180, 45442190, 45442210, 45451000, 45452000, 45452100, 45453000, 45453100, 45454000, 50710000, 50720000

Since its formation in July 2006, the Trust has embarked on a programme of work to improve the standards of its properties and to ensure that these met the UK Government's Decent Homes Standard by December 2010. The Trust completed the works and since 2010 has continued to deliver 100 % Decent Home compliance.

The Trust is now seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to enter into a 4 year Framework Agreement for the delivery of the Trust's planned maintenance programme (April 2016 to March 2020). This programme of work will be in respect of residential properties owned by The Trust in the Aylesbury Vale area.

The requirement is split into the following lots:

Lot 1:

Multiple Internal Packages within a Single Property: Replacement of windows, external doors, kitchens, bathrooms, central heating, electrical installations, asbestos surveys and removal, damp proofing, structural works, insulation and voids.

Lot 2:

Externals: Replacement of pitched and flat roof coverings, work to chimneys, rainwater goods, fascias and soffits and barge-boards, repairs to walls (i.e. pointing, cladding, etc.) porches and canopies, balcony floors and balustrades and railings, fences and gates, paths and hard standings boundary walls, asbestos surveys and removal, external painting, damp proofing, structural works and insulation.

Lot 3:

Kitchens: Replacement of kitchens within an occupied property with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal.

Lot 4:

Bathrooms: Replacement of traditional bathrooms, additional WCs and shower rooms within an occupied property with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal.

Lot 5:

Electrical Works: Replacement of full rewires within occupied properties and associated works, for example asbestos surveys and removal.

Lot 6:

Central Heating Works: Replacement of full central heating systems within occupied properties, gas central heating, oil heating, electrical heating as well as renewable technology, for example Air Source Heating Pumps, with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal.

Lot 7:

Windows and Doors: Replacement of windows, external doors, patio doors, French doors and flat entrance doors within occupied properties.

Repair and maintenance services

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published December 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 50711000, 31625200

The Council seeks experienced providers for a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services Framework which covers:

— Planned preventative maintenance;

— Reactive maintenance;

Statutory compliance

— Ad-hoc Minor works (up to 25 000. These are not guaranteed).

— Single point of contact.

The Framework will be divided into Lots:

Electrical Services.

— Fire Alarm Systems.

Mechanical Services is currently being tendered under another procedure

Providers may apply for both Lots.

The Council will call-off contracts for each of the services i.e. mechanical, electrical and Fire Alarm systems for 3 years for the corporate and schools sites.

The Council may decide to call-off for a further 3 years following the initial 3 year contract.

The 4 year Framework will be accessible to other Public Sector bodies within and outside Buckinghamshire.

The value of the framework is in the range of 4 000 000 - 15 000 000 GBP.

The Council is of the view that TUPE may apply.

Electrical

The Council is seeking an experienced contractor to deliver a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services for electrical assets. This includes but is not limited to:

All electrical plant — power, lighting, 5-year testing.

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — all corporate sites where the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council doesn't hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs &maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients– the Council doesn't hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

A PPM and Reactive Maintenance Services for Fire alarm systems. This includes but is not limited to:

Fire alarm systems and Emergency lighting,

Properties that will access the Framework are:

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council doesn't hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs and maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients– the Council doesn't hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

Repair and maintenance services

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published May 5, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 50711000, 31625200

The Council seeks experienced providers for a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services Framework which covers:

— Planned preventative maintenance,

— Reactive maintenance.

Statutory compliance

— Ad-hoc Minor works (up to 25 000. These are not guaranteed),

— Single point of contact.

The Framework will be divided into Lots:

Electrical Services,

— Fire Alarm Systems.

Providers may apply for both Lots.

The Council will call-off contracts for each of the services i.e. mechanical, electrical and Fire Alarm systems for 3 years for the corporate and schools sites.

The Council may decide to call-off for a further 3 years following the initial 3 year contract.

The 4 year Framework will be accessible to other Public Sector bodies within and outside Buckinghamshire.

The value of the framework is in the range of 4 000 000 — 15 000 000 GBP.

The Council is of the view that TUPE may apply.

Electrical

The Council is seeking an experienced contractor to deliver a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services for electrical assets. This includes but is not limited to:

All electrical plant — power, lighting, 5-year testing.

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — all corporate sites where the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council doesn't hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs and maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients– the Council doesn't hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

A PPM and Reactive Maintenance Services for Fire alarm systems. This includes but is not limited to:

Fire alarm systems and Emergency lighting,

Properties that will access the Framework are:

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council doesn't hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs and maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients– the Council doesn't hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

Planned Investment Programme Years 11-14.

Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
cpvs
45211000, 45262100, 45262650, 45262700, 45324000, 45410000, 45421000, 45421100, 45421120, 45421160, 45432000, 45432111, 45441000, 45442100, 45442180, 45442190, 45451000, 45453000, 45453100

Since its formation in July 2006, the Trust has embarked on a programme of work to improve the standards of its properties and to ensure that these met the UK Government's Decent Homes Standard by December 2010. The Trust completed the works and since 2010 has continued to deliver 100 % Decent Home compliance. The Trust is now seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to enter into a 4 year Framework Agreement for the delivery of the Trust's planned maintenance programme. (April 2016 to March 2020). This programme of work will be in respect of residential properties owned by The Trust in the Aylesbury Vale area. The requirement is split into the following lots: Lot 1. Multiple Internal Packages Within a Single Property: Replacement of windows, external doors, kitchens, bathrooms, central heating, electrical installations, asbestos surveys and removal, damp proofing, structural works, insulation and voids. Lot 2. Externals: Replacement of pitched and flat roof coverings, work to chimneys, rainwater goods, fascias and soffits and bargeboards, repairs to walls (i.e. pointing, cladding, etc.) porches and canopies, balcony floors and balustrades and railings, fences and gates, paths and hard standings boundary walls, asbestos surveys and removal, external painting, damp proofing, structural works and insulation. Lot 3. Kitchens: Replacement of kitchens within an occupied property with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal. Lot 4. Bathrooms: Replacement of traditional bathrooms, additional WCs and shower rooms within an occupied property with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal. Lot 5. Electrical Works: Replacement of full rewires within occupied properties and associated works, for example asbestos surveys and removal. Lot 6. Central Heating Works: Replacement of full central heating systems within occupied properties, gas central heating, oil heating, electrical heating as well as renewable technology, for example Air Source Heating Pumps, with associated works for example electrical works, asbestos surveys and removal. Lot 7. Windows and Doors: Replacement of windows, external doors, patio doors, French doors and flat entrance doors within occupied properties. Contractors wishing to bid for this opportunity should be aware that all documentation is available on the Xantive Portal. To gain access to the portal contractors should follow these instructions: 1) Click the link http://xantive.supplierselect.com/rfp/ If not already registered follow point 2 otherwise log in and follow point 5; 2) Click the link ‘Create a new organization account; 3) Provide valid email address to Register Your Account; 4) Login with new details; 5) Click ‘Public Projects’ link at top right of screen; 6) Click ‘Create Invitation’ for the relevant project; 7) Change Status to Accepted; 8.) Download and review any documentation that has been uploaded to the relevant opportunity; 9) Complete questionnaire displayed, load any documents required and change status to ‘submitted’ in advance of the deadline as specified in the opportunity documentation.

Repair and maintenance services

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published December 30, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 50711000, 31625200

The Council seeks experienced providers for a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services Framework which covers:

— Planned preventative maintenance;

— Reactive maintenance;

Statutory compliance

— Ad-hoc Minor works (up to 25 000. These are not guaranteed).

— Single point of contact.

The Framework will be divided into Lots:

Electrical Services.

— Fire Alarm Systems.

Mechanical Services is currently being tendered under another procedure

Providers may apply for both Lots.

The Council will call-off contracts for each of the services i.e. mechanical, electrical and Fire Alarm systems for 3 years for the corporate and schools sites.

The Council may decide to call-off for a further 3 years following the initial 3 year contract.

The 4 year Framework will be accessible to other Public Sector bodies within and outside Buckinghamshire.

The value of the framework is in the range of 4 000 000 — 15 000 000 GBP.

The Council is of the view that TUPE may apply.

Sir Henry Floyd Grammer School Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
cpvs
45000000

A scheme has been prepared for the Client/Employer (Buckinghamshire County Council) by the Employer's Consultant (WSP Parsons Brinkerhoff) for works at Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School, Aylesbury. The works are: (i) Proposed Dining Hall Extension: Local demolition and removal of existing external wall window bays at Ground floor level, provision of a new dining room extension approximately 105 m2 GIFA, with a mono pitch roof structure complete with extensions to existing Mechanical & Electrical service installations, provision of a new external lightweight free standing canopy to provide a sheltered walkway and external dining space. Re-configuration of local external hard and soft landscaping. (ii) Alterations to existing classrooms to form new Science Classrooms, strip out existing fixtures and fittings, provision of new finishes including new perimeter benching, service pods, fire cabinets, adaptions to existing Mechanical and Electrical service installations, including new LED lighting.

Bierton Church of England Combined School - Principal Contractor - DN251015

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
cpvs
45214200

Bierton Church of England Combined School - Principal Contractor - DN251015Works or Services Description: Brief Description of the Works: A scheme has been prepared for the Client/Employer (Buckinghamshire County Council) by the Employer's Consultant (PDD Architects) for works at Bierton Church of England Combined School, Aylesbury. The Works include alterations and extensions together with all associated above and below ground drainage, Mechanical and Electrical Services installations, including extensions to existing heating systems, Intruder Alarm, Fire Detection Systems Alarm services together with new external works comprising new carparks, remodelling of existing playground areas, formation of a new MUGA area and the formation of new playing field on the former Glebe Land to encompass all areas of work within and beyond the site boundaries necessary to complete the Works all as indicated within the Tender documents and shown on the relevant Architects, Structural Engineers, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and Landscaping drawings and specifications.

Planned and Reactive Maintenance Services Framework

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published September 26, 2016  -  Deadline October 26, 2016
cpvs
50000000

The Council seeks experienced providers for a Planned Preventative & Reactive Maintenance Services Framework which covers: • Planned preventative maintenance • Reactive maintenance • Statutory compliance • Ad-hoc Minor works (up to 25K. These are not guaranteed) • Single point of contact The Framework will be divided into 3 Lots: 1. Mechanical Services 2. Electrical Services 3. Alarms & Controls One provider will be appointed to each Lot. Providers may apply for 1 or more Lots. The Council will call-off contracts for each of the services i.e. mechanical, electrical and alarms & controls for three years for the corporate & schools sites.The Council may decide to call-off for a further 3 years following the initial 3 year contract. The 4 year Framework will be accessible to other Public Sector bodies within and outside Buckinghamshire. The value of the framework is in the range of £4M -15M The Council is of the view that TUPE may apply.

Supply of Electric Power to Buckinghamshire NHS Trust.

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
British Gas Trading Limited
cpvs
09310000

Establishment of a Framework for the supply of electric power to 19 non half-hourly meters with a combined annual consumption of approximately 1.2 GWhs and 3 half-hourly meters with a combined annual consumption of 18.6 GWhs. The total portfolio consumption is 19.8 GWhs annually. It is envisaged that this will comprise a 35 month supply contract, starting on 1.5.2015, with an option to extend by 6 months - this option will be at the sole discretion of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. The non half-hourly sites will be added to the contract from 1.4.2016. Only suppliers holding the relevant Ofgem supply licenses will be eligible for receipt of the tender documentation, copies may be required as evidence of eligibility prior to documentation being sent out.

South South West Works Framework

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
Winner
RFA Contractors Ltd
cpvs
45233000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) wish to appoint a multi- discipline framework contract for the South South West operating area. The contract will cover the areas listed below. The HCA reserves the right to award either a single, multi-discipline contract or by discipline. The combined contract value will not exceed the maximum value of this tender as stated in the value section of this notice for and therefore may end before the envisaged contract end date. Civil Works - Road ways & Access ways, Hardstanding Areas, Over-surfacing Roads, Footpaths & Cycle-ways and Foul & Storm Drainage Parking Surfaces - Porous Block Paving Surfaces, Asphalt Parking Surface, Geocellular Stone filled Surface, Grasscrete Parking Surfac and Grass Block Surface Electrical Installations - Fire Alarms Installations, Street lights, Corridor Lights, Office Lights, HV Trench Works, LV Trench Works, Access Control Systems and Electrician Rates. Security Fencing - High Security Fencing, Low Level Fencing, Galvanized Fencing, General & Standard Gates and General & Standard Fencing. Other Works - Guttering & Interceptors, Water Connections, Portacabins, General Skills, Waste Management andHoarding & Boarding. CPV descriptions include: 45233162: Cycle path construction work 45233161: Footpath construction work 45112400: Excavating work 45310000: Electrical installation works 45311000: Electrical wiring and fitting works 45231221: Gas supply mains construction work 45000000: Construction work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45260000: Roof works and other special trade construction works 45261000: Erection and related works of roof frames and coverings 45261300: Flashing and guttering work 45100000: Site preparation work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45300000: Building installation work 45400000: Building completion work 45500000: Hire of construction and civil engineering machinery and equipment with operator 45342000: Erection of fencing Postcode area to include DT, SP, GU, PO, SO, BH, TR, PL, TQ, EX, TA, BS, BA, SN, GL, OX and RG.

The Highcrest Academy 1FE Principal Contractor - EOI

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published April 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
cpvs
390000

Buckinghamshire County Council is pleased to confirm that it intends to issue tender documents to Principal Contractors in relation to Expansion of The Highcrest Academy by One Form of Entry. Works or Services Description: A. The project comprises the following Sections of work: B. Extensi...m. F. Each section will be complete with all mechanical and Electrical Services and External Works. Place of Delivery: The Expansion of The Highcrest Academy by One Form of Entry will be delivered at: The Highcrest Academy Hatters Lane High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP13 7NQ

Former Library at High Wycombe - Principal Contractor

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline May 16, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Project Description: Buckinghamshire County Council is pleased to confirm that it intends to issue tender documents to Principal Contractors in relation to providing shell finish office accommodation including but not exhaustively: • Part demolition of part of the single storey office accommodation to the rear; • Forming car parking where the extension has been demolished • External fabric repairs, brickwork repairs, joinery repairs and redecorations • Window and lantern light renewal; • Internal remodeling and refurbishment • Internal remodeling and refurbishment to WC's; plus additional WC's • Installation of new lift • Central plant overhaul, likely to include substantial replacement/ remodelling • Refurbishment and replacement of internal and external electrical installation • Decoration

The Highcrest Academy 1FE Principal Contractor - EOI

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published April 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
Winner
LIFE Build Solutions Ltd
cpvs
45000000

Buckinghamshire County Council is pleased to confirm that it intends to issue tender documents to Principal Contractors in relation to Expansion of The Highcrest Academy by One Form of Entry. Works or Services Description: A. The project comprises the following Sections of work: B. Extension of existing single storey Dining facility Block 4, by approximately 247m2 with works to existing. C. Extension of existing Sixth Form Block 8, by approximately 476M2 on two floors. D. Extension of existing Sports Hall Changing to provide Fitness area above of approximately 248m2. E. Conversion of Existing ICT Room to provide one new Science Laboratory Classroom. F. Each section will be complete with all mechanical and Electrical Services and External Works.

PROVISION OF HOUSING MANAGEMENT SERVICE FOR CARE LEAVERS TRANSITIONAL FLATS IN AYLESBURY

 | Published June 28, 2016
cpvs
98000000

BCC are seeking a suitable organisation to provide a housing management service for 4 flats in a small block in Walton Road, Aylesbury. The property is owned by the BCC. The flats are all self–contained with 1 bedroom, open plan lounge/ kitchen and a bathroom included (One flat is compliant with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act). They share a communal entrance with the flats split equally over 2 floors. The properties are located within 5 minutes’ walk of the town centre. The scheme will be used to house 18-21 year old, single, Care Leavers who are waiting to be allocated permanent housing through the 4 District Council’s housing registers. BCC have a Protocol in place with the District Councils which awards our single Care Leavers priority for re-housing, when assessed as ‘ready for independence’. It is anticipated that Care Leavers will be housed in this project for a period of 2 – 6 months. Care Leavers housed in this accommodation will be assessed as ‘ready for independence’ and hence do not require on-site support services. They will have access to support and guidance from their Personal Advisor at the Council’s Aftercare Team during normal office hours. The properties are currently being re-furbished with building works due to complete at the end of August 2015. We are looking to open the scheme in October 2015 subject to sourcing an appropriate organisation to provide a Housing Management Service. We are looking to grant a long lease for the 4 flats to an organisation with experience of working with vulnerable tenants. BCC would retain 100% nomination rights to the properties and the Housing Management Service would be expected to offer Assured Short-hold Tenancy agreements (AST’s) to Care Leavers for the flats and to charge an ‘affordable rent’ in line with local housing benefit levels. The Housing Management Service will be expected to work collaboratively with BCC Property Services who will be responsible for annual gas and electrical checks and major maintenance tasks. The Housing Management Service will be responsible for undertaking the remaining tasks, such as sub–letting to our Care Leavers using AST’s, collection of rents, basic maintenance and Health & Safety checks.

Millbrook School Phase II & III - Principal Works Contractor EOI

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published August 22, 2017  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
Winner
Lakehouse Contracts Ltd
cpvs
45000000

A scheme has been prepared for the Client/Employer (Buckinghamshire County Council) by the Employer's Consultant (PDD Architects) for works at Millbrook Combined School, High Wycombe. The Works are mainly restricted to the internal refurbishment, alterations and redecoration but also include a small infill extension to existing toilets all as detailed in the tender drawings. Additionally, works include localised external works i.e. adaptions and connections to existing drainage, remodelling of car parking areas to the front and rear of the school buildings, installation of play equipment and erection of canopies. Service works include the adaptions and extensions to mechanical and electrical services including replacement of distribution boards. Structural and civil works includes the adaptions of and connections to existing foul and surface water drainage and installations of localised support steelwork and lintels. The work is to be as indicated on the relevant designer's drawings and specifications to encompass all works within and beyond the site boundaries necessary to complete the Works. At Millbrook Combined School, Mill End Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 4BA.
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