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Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy.

Medway Council | Published October 7, 2014  -  Deadline November 12, 2014
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79000000, 71000000, 45000000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots: 1 — Project and Programme Management 2 — Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan 3 — Architectural Design 4 — Sustainability and Environment 5 — Valuation and Market Analysis 6 — Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services 7 — Quantity Surveying 8 — Building Surveying 9 — Multi Discipline Services The lots are split into value bandings.

Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy.

Medway Council | Published November 5, 2015
Winner
Appleyards Ltd, BNP Paribas Real Estate Advisory and Property Management UK Limited, CC Studio Architects, ChapmanBDSP Ltd, Clay Architecture Ltd, Climate Energy Limited, Dunsfold Associates, Francis & Reardon Consultants, Frankham Consultancy Group Ltd, The Fulker Consultancy Limited, Harbledown Construction Consultants Ltd, Harrisons Chartered Surveyors, Hazle McCormack Young LLP, LVS Construction Consultants Ltd, McComb Partnership Ltd, Moreton Hayward Ltd, Norman Bromley Partnership LLP, Pierce Hill Project Services Ltd, Playle & Partners LLP, Project Solutions Technical Consultants Ltd, RSK, Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, Tim Moya Associates, The Woodley Coles LLP, WYG Environment Planning Transport Ltd, Airey Miller Partnership LLP, Bailey Associates, Bailey Partnership, Baily Garner LLP, Bond Bryan Architects, CBG Consultants Ltd, EC Harris LLP, ECD Architects, Faithful+Gould, IBI Group, Keegans Ltd, Mouchel Ltd, NJC (UK) Ltd, NPS Property Consultants Limited, PCKO Architects, PCS Consulting Services Ltd, Pellings LLP, Pick Everard, PRP, Sweett (UK) Limited, The Clarkson Alliance
cpvs
79000000, 45000000, 71200000, 71400000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71600000, 71800000, 71900000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots: 1 — Project and Programme Management; 2 — Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan; 3 — Architectural Design 4 — Sustainability and Environment; 5 — Valuation and Market Analysis; 6 — Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services; 7 — Quantity Surveying; 8 — Building Surveying; 9 — Multi Discipline Services. The lots are split into bandings for a greater range of involvement through competition. Access to the documentation can be obtained through logging in and registering an interest in this opportunity. All clarifications should be raised through the portal also. This is an OJEU restricted procedure so at present is only the PQQ stage.

Napier School Classroom Build

Medway Council | Published March 21, 2014  -  Deadline April 17, 2014
cpvs
39000000, 39101000

The Authority, wishes to engage an economic operator to provide the Works in respect of: … to select and appoint a main contractor on a Design and Build basis to undertake the New Build creation of a nursery facility along with internal year 1 class alterations at Napier Primary School. The scheme will be single storey pitch roof to match in with the adjacent building, essentially creating a new nursery. The Old Nursery Space will be converted to a year 1 class. It will include upgrade / replacement of mechanical and electrical systems to the areas affected by the proposed works. As well as addressing the external areas with hard standing and ramped access.

 

The works are to be arranged to ensure the School remains operational throughout the duration of the works.

 

The contract will be a JCT Design and Build (DB2011) with sectional completion.

 

An existing consultant team has been appointed to stage 4 of the RIBA stages, the contract will decide whether to novate as part of the D&B contract. The existing design team is from Fulkers, Gravesend who is responsible for Architecture & CDMC, Alan Baxter Partnership (Structural, Drainage Engineering), and Norman Bromley (Mechanical & Electrical Engineering). HMY have appointed as sub-consultants, MLM as structural engineer, Norman Bromley Partnership as M&E engineer.

 

The anticipated project value is £150K to £250K with a maximum budget of £250K.

 

Planning permission has been sought for the external alterations and is expected in May 2014

 

The contractor will be responsible for meeting any conditions and complying with all employers’ requirements and statutory obligations including building control.

 

Please note that whilst the Expression of Interest closing date and PQQ submission date and time are identical. (It is the suppliers responsibility to download the PQQ documents and return prior to the PQQ submission closing time.)

 

Strood Leisure Centre - Phase 2 Main Works

Medway Council | Published February 18, 2014  -  Deadline February 27, 2014
cpvs
29000000, 29140000, 39000000, 39100000

The Authority, wishes to engage an economic operator to provide the Works in respect of: … to select and appoint a main contractor on a Design and Build basis to undertake internal and external alterations at Strood Sports Centre. The scheme will create a new main entrance to the Centre and insert large picture windows and glazing system into the existing front façade onto a new, larger gym area, alterations to existing squash courts to form flexible studio spaces, alterations to the existing spa area and associated works. It will include upgrade / replacement of mechanical and electrical systems to the areas affected by the proposed works.

 

The works are to be arranged in four sequential stages to ensure the sports centre remains operational throughout the duration of the works.

 

The contract will be a JCT Design and Build (DB2011) with sectional completion.

 

An existing consultant team will be novated as part of the D&B contract. The existing design team is from Hazle McCormack Young (HMY) who is responsible for Architecture, Structural Engineering, and Mechanical & Electrical Engineering. HMY have appointed as sub-consultants, MLM as structural engineer, Norman Bromley Partnership as M&E engineer. Novation of HMY and their team will be by way of CIC Novation Agreement 2004. The above team will be novated to the contractor; the contractor shall indemnify and hold Medway Council harmless from liability for the full design, including the novated design.

 

The anticipated project value is £800K to a maximum value of £1.1m  

 

Planning permission has been sought for the external alterations and is expected within the next 4 weeks.

 

The contractor will be responsible for meeting any conditions and complying with all employers’ requirements and statutory obligations including building control.

 

Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy

Medway Council | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 12, 2014
cpvs
15110000, 15120000, 15130000, 15160000, 15170000, 15200000, 15220000, 15230000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots:

1 - Project & Programme Management

2 - Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan

3 - Architectural Design

4 - Sustainability & Environment

5 - Valuation & Market Analysis

6 - Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services

7 - Quantitiy Surveying

8 - Building Surveying

9 - Multi Discipline Services


The lots are split into bandings for a greater range of involvement through competition.

Access to the documentation can be obtained through logging in and registering an interest in this opportunity. All clarifications should be raised through the portal also. 

This is an OJEU restricted procedure so at present is only the PQQ stage. 

 

Command of the Heights - Enabling Works

Medway Council | Published July 14, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
cpvs
45100000

Medway Council invites quotations for the provision / supply of enabling ground (trench) and electrical works as detailed in the 007a11 M&E Services Specification (Enabling Works) Rev 1 and in accordance with these instructions and the Council's Terms and Conditions of Contract. Please access this opportunity via the Kent Business Portal, Ref: DN288192

Command Of The Heights - Regeneration Works

Medway Council | Published August 25, 2017  -  Deadline September 29, 2017
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45000000

Medway Council invites quotations for the provision / supply of enabling ground (trench), electrical works, demolition, landscaping and post completion works as detailed in the tender specification and drawings at The Command Of The Heights (Fort Amherst) in Chatham. In accordance with these instructions and the Council's Terms and Conditions of Contract. This opportunity can be found on the Kent Business Portal, Reference: DN295509

Construction work

Medway Council | Published October 20, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2017
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45000000, 44000000, 45260000, 45441000, 44221000, 44221200, 45421111, 45421131, 45262660, 71313410, 79311000, 90711100, 45350000, 45300000, 71330000, 45400000, 45340000, 45110000

The Council wishes to select a number of contractors who are able to provide various Low Value Construction works; these works will be procured across five value bands (0 — 1 000 000 GBP). The framework intent is to serve those public sector bodies and contracting authorities based within Kent and surrounding areas.

The Framework will be divided into 11 Lots:

:: General Building Works,

:: Roofing Works,

:: Windows/Glazing,

:: Doors and Auxiliary systems,

:: Asbestos Removal,

:: Asbestos Assessment,

:: Mechanical Engineering Works,

:: Electrical Engineering Works,

:: Painting and Decorating,

:: Fencing,

:: Demolition.

The general scope of works covered under the framework includes, but is not limited to, the following:

:: Building Repair, Refurbishment and Construction Work,

:: Structural Works,

:: Structural Works,

:: Composite doors and PVCu windows,

:: Roofing works,

:: Demolition and ground works,

:: Fencing works,

:: Aluminium doors and windows,

:: Interior and exterior decorations.

The scope of works to be covered within General Building Works Lot shall include but not be limited to the following works: Plumbing works, full internal and external repair works, refurbishment works to Heritage, Residential, Commercial and Educational properties. The works shall also include — Roofing works, Windows/Glazing, Doors and Auxiliary systems, Mechanical Engineering Works, Electrical Engineering Works, Painting and Decorating, Fencing and Demolition works and all construction related works that will be considered as General builders work.

The scope of works to be covered within the Roofing Works Lot shall include but not be limited to the following roofing systems:

— Flat Roofing,

— Pitched Roofing,

— Metal Roofing.

The scope shall also include the repair of the roof structure, e.g. replacement of rotten joists or rafters on a like for like basis.

Insertion of insulation, the provision of batterns and counter batterns.

The provision of sheeting or boarding on pitched roofs.

The provision of decking on flat roofs — this includes structural steel decking and industrial/commercial, heritage and educational buildings.

Flashing, guttering, re-pointing, eaves and verge work.

Provision of roof lights — provided they are only inserted between rafters/joists where existing structure is not altered.

Tiling, Slating, Soffits, fascias and Gutters.

Built up felt roofing.

Metal Roofing — Lead, Copper and Zinc.

Liquid Applied Systems.

Hot Melt Systems.

Asphalt.

Single Ply Membrane.

Green/Brown Roof Systems.

The scope of works to be covered within the Windows/Glazing Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Fitting security bars to windows.

Fitting locks in new place.

Installing window frames

Replace & repair stained glass windows/reglazing.

Replace & repair windows and glazing.

UPVC, Metal, Wooden windows.

The scope of works to be covered within the Doors and Auxiliary systems Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Must be able to supply and fit, as a minimum, the following Doors systems listed/Heritage buildings, residential properties, commercial properties and Educational properties:

— Fire Doors,

— Internal Doors,

— External Doors.

The scope of works to be covered within the Asbestos Removal Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Asbestos Removal:

The full removal of asbestos thermal insulation;

Thermal insulation debris /residue;

The reactive collection and disposal of asbestos waste;

Asbestos cement;

Asbestos textured coating;

Asbestos textiles;

Asbestos composite materials;

Clearing and fly tipping including asbestos materials;

Asbestos floorings including levelling screed and asbestos bitumen in various areas as well as any asbestos containing materials, licensable or non-licensable.

The scope of works to be covered within the Asbestos Assessment Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Asbestos Assessment:

Visual inspections to locate the presence and extent of suspect ACMs and assess their condition in un-surveyed spaces or buildings;

Inspection, sampling and analysis of suspected ACM to confirm the presence of asbestos;

Review of existing asbestos registers, previous survey reports and visual re-inspections of identified ACM and presumed ACMs found in earlier surveys to confirm their condition;

Full sampling and analysis of previously presumed ACM in inaccessible areas where refurbishment or demolition work is intended.

The scope of works to be covered within the Mechanical Engineering Works Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Installation, Fabrication and Co-Ordinated Services Drawings, Conduit (Galvanised), Cable Trunking (Steel), Conduit (Accessories), Flexible Conduit, Belt and Pulley Changes.

Review design drawings and specifications for commissioning requirements (Commissionability).

Review installation drawings and technical submissions for commissioning requirements.

Review the installation for compliance with specifications and drawings intent for commissioning.

Produce detailed commissioning method statements. Testing and pre-commissioning reports.

Boiler Installations.

Soak tests.

Preparation of testing and commissioning reports.

Statutory demonstrations of life safety systems, to building end user and statutory authorities.

Prepare and complete the relevant sections of the Building Logbook.

Prepare final record documentation.

Prepare and submit the commissioning completeness notice to Building Control.

Training and awareness sessions with the building owner/user.

Post completion activities (separate programme to be developed).

All works MUST be completed in accordance with the latest version of all applicable BS/BSEN and CIBSE/HVCA standards or equivalent.

The scope of works to be covered within the Electrical Engineering Works Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

The electrical installation shall be carried out in accordance with the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS 7671 Current Edition, incorporating all subsequent amendments and revisions.

Electrical Remedial Works, Data Cabling, Electrical Equipment including Energy Management, Emergency and LED Lighting.

Rewiring of Heritage, Commercial, Residential and Educational properties.

All electrical wiring must be undertaken by an NICEIC approved electrician either directly or by Sub-Contract.

Whenever possible ensure products are manufactured and/or stocked under the following:

BSI Kitemark Scheme.

BSI Safety Mark Scheme.

CE.

The scope of works to be covered within the Painting and Decorating Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

Anti-graffiti coating systems, balcony, walkway and staircase waterproofing/slip resistant coating systems, cladding coating systems (for use with architectural cladding), dry fall coating systems, fire protective coating systems (towards achieving class 1 and class 0 fire protection), high opacity paint systems (for use in upgrading appearances of concrete finishes), hygiene coating systems (actively inhibiting bacteria), ‘LumiTec’ technology coating systems, wallpaper and vinyl wall coverings. Tiling and all related works.

Application of paint or other substance for protective, decorative or technical purposes, including colour matching, apply texture coatings, apply wall paper etc.

Internal and external painting and decoration of schools, residential, commercial, heritage buildings etc.

The scope of works to be covered within the Fencing Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

The erecting, removal and repairing of existing fencing, new fencing and clearing of work site.

Fencing materials may include; wooden, metal, plastic, concrete, tiles and any material specified by the contracting body.

Set out and supply of all fencing materials, plant and labour for the construction, paling fences, as determined by the Contracting Authority, on various sites which will be specified during the contract period.

All repaired fencing must be erected on the alignments of the fences being replaced unless otherwise directed by the contracting authority.

The scope of works to be covered within the Demolition Lot shall include but not be limited to the following:

The demolition, removal and disposal of structures shall include but not be limited to the following:

— Buildings and improvements,

— Slabs,

— Foundations k. Porches,

— Attached decks,

— Chimneys,

— Debris,

— Utility disconnections,

— Attached canopies,

— All personal property,

— Ramps,

— Steps,

— Basements (fill material shall be),

— Above-ground and below-ground supports, including slabs, footers and piers,

— All wiring, plumbing, conduit,

— Fixtures and equipment,

— Sprinklers.

The demolition, removal and disposal of mobile homes shall include, but not be limited to the following:

— Mobile home,

— Skirting,

— Tie-downs,

— Porches,

— Piers,

— Steps,

— Attached canopies,

— Personal property,

— Ramps,

— Utility/sprinkler disconnections,

— Debris,

— Foundations, excluding slabs but including any above-ground and below ground supports.

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

Medway Council | Published February 21, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
44000000, 45000000

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

MEDWAY COUNCIL - MINOR WORKS FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT

Medway Council | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
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10000000, 10110000, 10120000, 10130000, 10160000, 10230000, 15111100, 18100000, 39000000, 39100000, 39130000, 39130200, 39130300, 39130400, 39130500, 39130600, 39131100, 39131200, 39131500, 39131600, 39132000, 39132900, 39133000, 39133100, 39133200, 39133300, 39133400, 39133500, 39134100, 39134700, 39134800, 39136300, 39136900, 39137000, 39138200, 39138500, 39139400

The Council wish to select a number of contractors who are able to provide various Low Value Construction works; these works will be procured across five value bands and in some Lots three value bands.

The framework intent is to serve those public sector bodies and contracting authorities based within Kent and surrounding areas. This framework shall be available for use by public sector bodies and contracting organisations across the UK.

•             Value Band 1 – >£1 - £25K< project value

•             Value Band 2 - >£25K-£50K< project value

•             Value Band 3 - >£50K-£100K< project value

  •  Value Band 4 -  >£100K-£500K< project value

  •  Value Band 5 - >£500K-£1M< project value

Please note that for Lots 1, 5, 6, 7 & 8; there are only 3 value bandings available and these are :

  • Value Band 1 - >£1 - £150K< project value

  • Value Band 2 - >£150K - £500K< project value

  • Value Band 3 - >£500K - £1M< project value

The level of annual turnover /financial size will be assessed prior to acceptance unto a value banding; annual turnover limit is minimum of (2x) times the lower limit on the value banding.

The suppliers will be responsible for keeping their most recent accounts up to date on Constructionline.

The framework will primarily be utilised for projects which cover refurbishment & alterations to residential, educational and commercial properties. Each project let via the framework will differ in scope. The general scope of works covered under the framework includes, but is not limited to, the following:

 

•             Site Preparation (e.g. demolition, groundwork, asbestos assessment, removal, etc.)

•             Building Repair, Refurbishment & Construction Work

•             Structural Works

•             Specialist Trade Works

•             Building Installation Work (e.g. electrical, mechanical, plumbing, insulation, etc.)

•             Building Completion Work (e.g. plastering, carpentry, flooring, tiling, general decoration, etc.)

•             Structural works

•             Composite doors and PVCu windows

•             Roofing works

•             Demolition and ground works

•             Fencing works

•             Aluminium doors and windows

•             Interior and exterior decorations

Some new build requirements may also be let via the framework, although it is not envisaged that the framework will be utilised for this type of construction.

Call off contracts let via the framework arrangements may overrun the term of the framework agreement as long as the contract in question is awarded before the term of the framework expires.

The Framework will be divided into 11 Lots;

LOT        Name

LOT 1     General Building Works

LOT 2     Roofing Works

LOT 3     Windows/Glazing

LOT 4     Doors and Auxiliary systems

LOT 5     Asbestos  Removal

LOT 6     Asbestos Assessment

LOT 7     Mechanical Engineering Works

LOT 8     Electrical Engineering Works

LOT 9     Painting and Decorating

LOT 10   Fencing

LOT 11   Demolition

 

V2 - Medway Council - Minor Works Framework Agreement

Medway Council | Published October 18, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2017
cpvs
45000000

The Council wishes to select a number of contractors who are able to provide various Low Value Construction works; these works will be procured across five value bands. The framework intent is to serve those public sector bodies and contracting authorities based within Kent and surrounding areas. The Framework will be divided into 11 Lots; :: LOT Name LOT 1 General Building Works :: LOT 2 Roofing Works :: LOT 3 Windows/Glazing :: LOT 4 Doors and Auxiliary systems :: LOT 5 Asbestos Removal :: LOT 6 Asbestos Assessment :: LOT 7 Mechanical Engineering Works :: LOT 8 Electrical Engineering Works :: LOT 9 Painting and Decorating :: LOT 10 Fencing :: LOT 11 Demolition The value bands under each Lot will have the following values: :: Value Band 1 - £0 up to £24,999 :: Value Band 2 - £25,000 up to £49,999 :: Value Band 3 - £50,000 up to £99,999 :: Value Band 4 - £100,000 up to £499,999 :: Value Band 5 - £500,000 up to £1,000,000 The framework will primarily be utilised for projects which cover refurbishment & alterations to residential, educational and commercial properties. Each project let via the framework will differ in scope. The general scope of works covered under the framework includes, but is not limited to, the following: :: Site Preparation (e.g. demolition, groundwork, asbestos assessment, removal, etc.) :: Building Repair, Refurbishment & Construction Work :: Structural Works :: Specialist Trade Works :: Building Installation Work (e.g. electrical, mechanical, plumbing, insulation, etc.) :: Building Completion Work (e.g. plastering, carpentry, flooring, tiling, general decoration, etc.) :: Structural works :: Composite doors and PVCu windows :: Roofing works :: Demolition and ground works :: Fencing works :: Aluminium doors and windows :: Interior and exterior decorations Some new build requirements may also be let via the framework, although it is not envisaged that the framework will be utilised for this type of construction. Call off contracts let via the framework arrangements may overrun the term of the framework agreement as long as the contract in question is awarded before the term of the framework expires.
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