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NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016

The NHS Building for Wales Regional Supply Chain Partner Frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP.

The NHS Building for Wales National frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of over 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

Initially there will be three National frameworks:

— Project Manager.

— Cost Adviser.

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be four organisations appointed to each.

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus one reserve).

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus one reserve).

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:-

— 1 Constructor.

— 2 Architects.

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers.

— 2 Building Services Engineers.

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All National Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial four year contract with the option to extend by up to two years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Supply Chain Partner

Services for the National Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement.

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

Construction project management services

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016

The NHS Building for Wales National Project Manager Framework will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Project Manager only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be three National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be four organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial 4-year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Project Manager only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be three National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above 3 frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be 4 organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial 4-year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Project Manager only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between GBP 4 million and GBP 12million (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be 3 National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above 3 frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be 4 organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial 4-year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

Construction economics services

NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership on behalf of Velindre NHS Trust | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016

The NHS Building for Wales National Cost Adviser Framework will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Cost Adviser only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be three National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be four organisations appointed to each framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial four year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Cost Adviser only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between 4 000 000 GBP and 12 000 000 GBP (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be three regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be three National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be 4 organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial four year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

This Contract Notice relates to the procurement exercise for the NHS Building for Wales Regional Project Manager only.

The NHS Building for Wales Regional frameworks will cater for health related capital projects with an estimated construction value of between GBP4 million and GBP12million (excluding Value Added Tax).

There will be 3 regional Lots. Lot 1 South East Wales, Lot 2 South West Wales and Lot 3 North Wales.

Initially there will be 3 National frameworks:

— Project Manager;

— Cost Adviser;

— Supply Chain Partner.

Upon commencement of the above three frameworks a fourth framework will be procured for Supervisor.

It is intended that there will be 4 organisations appointed to each

framework discipline i.e.

— 4 organisations for Project Manager (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Cost Adviser (plus 1 reserve);

— 4 organisations for Supply Chain Partner.

Each Supply Chain is required to be made up of the following disciplines:

— 1 Constructor;

— 2 Architects;

— 2 Civil and Structural Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Engineers;

— 2 Building Services Installers — each covering both Electrical and

Mechanical installation.

The Constructor will be required to undertake the role of Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

All Regional Frameworks will adopt the NEC3 suite of contracts.

The frameworks will be procured on the basis of an

initial four year contract with the option to extend by up to 2 years.

The frameworks will be procured and managed by NWSSP-Specialist Estates Services on behalf of the NHS in Wales.

Velindre NHS Trust will sign the framework agreements with the successful bidders as sponsor of the frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects will be subject to mini-competition between

the successful bidders on each of the Frameworks.

Contracts for specific projects which are let under the frameworks will be

entered into between the successful bidders and the individual NHS Local

Health Boards or Trusts responsible for the project. It will be open to all

NHS Local Health Boards or Trusts in Wales (and also any other NHS

bodies that may exist in Wales during the life of the framework, the

Welsh Government, and any other Welsh public bodies who wish to

develop facilities jointly or in collaboration with the NHS) to let contracts

under these frameworks for the duration of the frameworks.

Please refer to the Memorandum of Information on

etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk for further detail and information.

This Contract Notice relates to the appointment of Project Manager

Services for the Regional Framework.

Candidates are reminded that the issue of documents from NWSSP-SES

does not commit NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any Local Health

Board or NHS Trust in Wales to:

* Proceed with the appointment of Candidates to this Framework

Agreement;

* Award any subsequent contract for individual projects pursuant to this

Framework Agreement.

Neither NWSSP-SES, Velindre NHS Trust, or any NHS Local Health Board

or Trust in Wales, nor any of their advisers shall be liable for any

expenses incurred by the candidates in connection with the tender

process either for this Framework Agreement or any subsequent contract

pursuant to this Framework Agreement

NHS Wales is committed to contributing to the social, economic and

environmental well-being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the

requirement to do so will not be part of the award criteria for this tender,

the successful contractor will be expected to consider opportunities to

recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the

workforce delivering this project, and contractual obligations and/or

performance indicators may be introduced to this effect.

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