The PQQ and the Memorandum of Information will be available to view once suppliers have registered an interest on Bluelight.
All communications in the first instance should go through this tendering portal.
Work disciplines required are (but not limited to) as follows:
General Construction (Lot 1)
M&E Works (Lot 2)
Services will be delivered in line with MPS design standards and legislative requirements and projects delivered in line with the industry standard gateways including RIBA, RICS and the MPS own gateway process.
The scope of services will cover all MOPAC gateway stages with a high expectation that suppliers will support and understand the MPS estate. The requirements value ranges from a minimum of £1K works value, to up to £2million maximum project spend which will be for predominantly planned projects.
The framework will allow for various cost models such as cost reimbursable on a measured term basis, fixed price specification and drawings, and schedule of rates.There is a varied range of work and service type that falls under the MPS Corporate Real Estate Programme, Capital Programme and Forward Works Programme, which by way of illustration includes for, but is not limited to the following:
To deliver the above, the MOPAC is tendering for a framework agreement this will be constructed of 2 lots; the first of which Lot 1 General Construction and will be made up of between 4 and 6 suppliers. Lot 2 within the framework, Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Works will be made up of 4 and 6 suppliers.
Contractors are requested to demonstrate a minimum financial capacity for each lot within the PQQ. This capacity is a lower limit and does not reflect the size, frequency, or volume of projects in any way. Projects are likely to be delivered across a wide value range. The resultant supply chain will be required, collectively, to support capital and revenue projects across all size ranges, although it is fully expected that different suppliers will show greater strengths and experience in some areas than others.