Multi-Storey Car Park LED Lighting Upgrade.
London Borough of Bromley | Published July 14, 2015 - Deadline August 10, 2015
71318100, 34996300, 31712341, 45316000, 31527260, 50711000
Artificial and natural lighting engineering services for buildings. Control, safety or signalling equipment for parking facilities. Light-emitting diodes. Installation work of illumination and signalling systems. Lighting systems. Repair and maintenance services of electrical building installations. The London Borough of Bromley (hereafter referred as ‘the Council’) has three Multi-Storey Car Parks (MSCPs) lit by a variety of lighting, which is between 25-30 years old and coming to the end of its working life. The MSCPs are currently lit 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and maintenance and running costs are significant. The three MSCPs (Civic Centre, Bromley; The Hill, Bromley; Village Way, Beckenham) collectively consume around 900,000 kWh of electricity, at a cost of approximately 100 000 GBP. The Council is seeking to contract with an external organisation to provide a ‘supply and fit’ service to replace the existing fluorescent and other lights and fittings with new integrated LED fittings. In addition to replacing the fittings, improved controls, such as movement and daylight sensors and dimming capability, shall also be installed to further reduce running costs.
It is expected that the project will take approximately 4 months (but no more than 6) to complete at the Council's discretion. Commencement date is likely to be November 2015. The budget for this work is estimated to be between 190 000 and 240 000 GBP. It should be noted that during the Christmas 2015 period (1.12.2015 — 15.1.2016) no works should take place without the prior consent of the Council's appointed Authorised officer. This is when the MSCPs are at their busiest and should therefore remain fully operational.
The tender opportunity will be run through the London Tenders Procurement Portal and you will need to register your company with the portal as soon as possible (if you have not already done so) at www.londontenders.org to ensure that you are able to express your interest in this tender and receive the relevant documents.