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Mechanical, Electrical Maintenance and Small Fabric Works

Victoria and Albert Museum | Published December 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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71334000

The Victoria and Albert Museum intends to publish an OJEU contract notice in May 2017 for a contract to replace its existing contract for the provision of mechanical, electrical maintenance and small fabric works. It is envisaged that the scope of the contract will include a team based at the Victoria & Albert Museum carrying out planned maintenance using an asset and task system, reactive maintenance, 24 hour 7 day a week on call system, specialist sub contracts, and fabric small works on a day to day basis. The contract also includes planned and reactive maintenance for public health systems.  The scope of the new contract may be extended to include locksmith, helpdesk and other facilities management services.
The V&A Museum is a Grade 1 listed building with a floor area of 85,000 m2 and has plant rooms and distribution boards in 300 locations. The Estate also includes the Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green, London, stores at Blythe Road, London and Dean Hill. Both the V&A and the Museum of Childhood are open to the public seven days a week including Public Holidays. This contract is intended to provide support to FuturePlan, the museum's major project plan by investigating existing M&E systems and fabric, providing temporary systems and isolation works prior to contract start, supporting the commissioning, and integrating the operations and maintenance manuals into the existing site records. The contract also includes the repair and maintenance services of electrical and mechanical building installations.
In spring 2017, the Museum will complete The Exhibition Road Building Project (ERB), which will deliver a new courtyard, entrance, café, shop and, most significantly, a state of the art temporary exhibition gallery (the Sainsbury Gallery) to host the V&A’s world-renowned programme of blockbuster exhibitions. Due to the significance of the ERB, the Museum does not consider it appropriate to start a new contract for the provision of mechanical and electrical maintenance and small fabric works during the snagging period for the newly opened ERB. The Museum is therefore intending to extend its existing contract with Cofely FM Ltd for six months to take the expiry date from 14 November 2017 to 14 May 2018.  The estimated value of the contract is 1,000,000GBP per annum.
Any comments or questions on the Museum’s decision to extend the current contract with Cofely FM Ltd should be addressed to procurement@vam.ac.uk by 17:00GMT on 11th January 2016.

Communal Lighting and Electrical Testing

London Borough of Southwark | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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450000

The awarding authority seeks to appoint 2 contractors for the provision of responsive repairs and planned maintenance to its communal lighting, landlord supplies and lightning protection systems to its housing stock within the geographical boundaries (Contract A - north of the borough and Contract ...al testing of landlord’s electrical installation (from 1 January 2018 after the expiration of the existing Periodic Electrical Installation Testing and Remedial Works Contracts). IV.	Emergency lighting tests and repairs. V.	Lightning protection tests and repairs. VI.	Emergency call out service.

Maintenance of Mechanical and Electrical Installations at the National Army Museum

National Army Museum | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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50710000

Maintenance of electrical and mechanical installations at the Museum's Chelsea and Stevenage sites

Contractors' Framework for General Building Works and Mechanical and Electrical Works

The British Museum | Published February 19, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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45212313

The British Museum wishes to establish frameworks with a number of contractors who have relevant experience (including Grade 1 listed building works) in the arts and culture or similar sectors. Lot 1 is for General Building Works projects with a value between GBP25,000 and GBP2500000. Lot 2 is for Mechanical and Electrical Works projects with a value between GBP25,000 and GBP2500000.

Communal Lighting and Electrical Testing

Southwark Council | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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31200000

The awarding authority seeks to appoint 2 contractors for the provision of responsive repairs and planned maintenance to its communal lighting, landlord supplies and lightning protection systems to its housing stock within the geographical boundaries (Contract A - north of the borough and Contract B - south of the borough) in the London Borough of Southwark. Each block will require a periodic installation test to be carried out at least once during the lifetime of the contracts. The contracts will include annual tests and responsive repairs to the lightning protection systems and emergency lighting. The contracts will be required to provide a 24/7 365 days response repair service.

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

The Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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The appointment of a Main Works Contracting Partner to provide pre-construction services and construction/refurbishment works for the Northern Estate Programme and other interfacing Parliamentary Estate works.

The scope of the Programme encapsulates (but is not limited to) the buildings: Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South, 1 Derby Gate, 1 Parliament Street and Canon Row Residences. The buildings require refurbishment due largely to the age and fragility of the buildings' mechanical and electrical services, poor environmental performance and fire safety improvement requirements.

The buildings are Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 2* listed, are situated within a Conservation Area and have not had any significant intervention in the past 40 years. There is a responsibility to protect and preserve the heritage of these listed buildings and maintain their architectural and historical significance.

Please see enclosed Memorandum of Information for further Programme detail.

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

The Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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44000000

The appointment of a Main Works Contracting Partner to provide pre-construction services and construction/refurbishment works for the Northern Estate Programme and other interfacing Parliamentary Estate works.

The scope of the Programme encapsulates (but is not limited to) the buildings: Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South, 1 Derby Gate, 1 Parliament Street and Canon Row Residences. The buildings require refurbishment due largely to the age and fragility of the buildings' mechanical and electrical services, poor environmental performance and fire safety improvement requirements.

The buildings are Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 2* listed, are situated within a Conservation Area and have not had any significant intervention in the past 40 years. There is a responsibility to protect and preserve the heritage of these listed buildings and maintain their architectural and historical significance.

Please see enclosed Memorandum of Information for further Programme detail.

The appointment of a Main Works Contracting Partner to provide pre-construction services and construction/refurbishment works for the Northern Estate Programme and other interfacing Parliamentary Estate works.

The anticipated scope, services and works required are as stated in the Memorandum of Information.

The construction/refurbishment works are likely to span a three-to-four year period from financial year 2018/19 to 2021/22. The Main Works Contracting Partner's pre-construction management team will be appointed in advance of commencing the construction/refurbishment to work alongside the already appointed Architect & Lead Design, Engineering and Programme, Project and Cost Management partners to progress the concept design through the developed and technical design stages.

For further details please refer to the Memorandum of Information.

Museum construction work

The British Museum | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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45212313, 45212300, 45212350, 45262700, 45351000, 45310000, 45315100, 45259900, 45330000

The British Museum wishes to establish frameworks with a number of contractors who have relevant experience (including Grade 1 listed building works) in the arts and culture or similar sectors. Lot 1 is for General Building Works projects with a value between 25 000 GBP and 2 500 000 GBP. Lot 2 is for Mechanical and Electrical Works projects with a value between 25 000 GBP and 2 500 000 GBP.

The British Museum wishes to award framework agreements to suitably qualified contractors for the provision of general building works including roof repairs and replacement, refurbishment works to back of house and permanent gallery spaces. Works will be commissioned by discrete pieces of work through mini-competition or direct call off using JCT Minor or Intermediate Works contract with British Museum amendments.

The British Museum wishes to award framework agreements to suitably qualified contractors for the provision of mechanical and electrical installation works including critical plant asset replacement and renewal, electrical improvements and energy systems improvements and upgrade including redesign and technology investment. Works will be commissioned by discrete pieces of work through mini-competition or direct call off using the JCT Minor or Intermediate Works contract with British Museum amendments.

Overhaul and refurbishment work

London and Quadrant Housing Trust | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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45453000, 45453100

This ITT is for the Internal Refurbishment Programme 2017 to 2021 (running to 31.3.2021) on a programmed basis in both occupied and void properties.

The Client is seeking to appoint Service Providers under a Strategic Alliancing Agreement with subsequent call-offs divided into 4 Lots, over 4 years subject to mini-competition each year.

The anticipated works include:

the replacement of kitchens, bathrooms and associated electrical works;

electrical testing;

minor and major aids and adaptions (A and As) work for residents with reduced mobility;

asbestos management; asbestos surveys via Service Provider's UKAS accredited consultant; asbestos removal works to be carried out by Service Provider's Licenced Asbestos Removal Service Provider;

associated building works; and

role of Principal Designer (PD) under CDM Regulations 2015 at point of contract award.

As detailed in the Invitation to Tender documentation.

As detailed in the Invitation to Tender documents.

Electricity Distribution Network Analysis

Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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73200000

BEIS is looking for a contractor or contractors to undertake a technical study to improve BEIS's understanding of the required electricity distribution network upgrade and reinforcement works, and the costs there associated with, under a range of scenarios that reflect full or partial levels of electrification of heat.

Analysis to determine the optimal UK rapid charging network for electric vehicles

The Committee On Climate Change | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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73000000

The CCC's recommendations on the level of the first five carbon budgets are based on a set of scenarios demonstrating how the CCC's trajectories of emissions reductions can be achieved in each sector of the economy, through deployment of technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The CCC has a statutory duty to advise the Government on the most cost-effective path to decarbonisation, taking account of the range of criteria in the Climate Change Act. The UK is legally bound by the Climate Change Act to reduce its emissions by at least 80% below 1990 levels by 2050. In some sectors of the economy, such as agriculture and industry, it is more challenging and costly to reduce emissions than in others, such as power. Some sectors, including transport, must reduce emissions by up to 90% to achieve an economy-wide 80% reduction. This implies that in the road transport sector the car, van, bus and HGV fleets would need to be almost entirely zero or ultra-low carbon by 2050. For its advice on the Fifth Carbon Budget period (2028-2032), the CCC developed a central scenario (the Medium Abatement scenario) for road transport emissions. This scenario is designed to be consistent with the objective of delivering car, van, bus and HGV fleets that are almost entirely zero or ultra-low carbon by 2050. Ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) are vehicles with zero or near-zero tailpipe emissions which make use of electricity from an increasingly decarbonised power sector. Two types of ULEV are plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), collectively referred to as electric vehicles (EVs). PHEVs have both an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. They can be recharged using a plug or refuelled using petrol or diesel. BEVs only use electric motors and derive all power from battery packs, which are recharged using a plug. A survey of public attitudes towards electric vehicles by DfT in 2016 identified recharging as the most important factor deterring people from buying an electric car or van. 45% of driving license holders surveyed reported charging as a deterring factor. These license holders listed concerns about the availability of charging points, including lack of charging points in their area and lack of knowledge of where charging points are. Currently available electric vehicle chargers can broadly be classified in 3 main categories: Slow chargers, Fast chargers and Rapid chargers. The naming scheme is indicative of the amount of time it would take each type of charger to charge a vehicle, with rapid chargers delivering the most power in the shortest available time. Cheaper slow chargers tend to be installed in places where cars are likely to be parked for long periods (i.e. home or workplace). Rapid chargers are significantly more expensive, but offer a valuable decrease in charging time, making driving long distances a practical option. Not all electric vehicles currently on the market can charge us

Repair and maintenance services of building installations

West London Mental Health NHS Trust | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2020
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50700000

The West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT) is issuing this Invitation to Tender (ITT) to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of General Building Refurbishment Work within its West London and Berkshire Sites including but not limited to:

— Redecoration Work;

— All Floor Coverings;

— Roof Works;

— External Fabrics;

— Plumbing;

— Electrical and Mechanical Works.

The DPS will consist of a list of Suppliers who can be approached as and when building refurbishment needs are required.

For further information around this contract and to register an interest, please visit our LPP e-Sourcing Portal: www.lppsourcing.org If your organisation does not already have an account on the portal, please select ‘Register Free’ and complete the company information to request a user name and password. On receipt of your account details, you may search for this opportunity by keyword or organisation and select ‘Register Interest’.

The West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT) is issuing this Invitation to Tender (ITT) to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of General Building Refurbishment Work within its West London and Berkshire Sites as specified within this document. The DPS will consist of a list of Suppliers who can be approached as and when building refurbishment needs are required.

Only Suppliers awarded a place on the DPS will be considered to provide General Building Refurbishment works. The DPS will remain open for the entire period of its validity and Potential Suppliers can join the DPS subject to passing the selection criteria.

Please refer to documents provided within the e-sourcing suite, lpp.sourcing.org

Execution of minor building works projects valued up to 500 000 GBP although some call-off contracts may exceed this value.

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2019
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45000000, 50000000, 45453100, 45442110, 45451000, 45441000, 45261000, 45431200, 45262500, 45432110, 45111100, 45262660, 45111213, 45112700, 45111240, 98395000, 45410000, 45233139, 45233141, 44211000, 45210000, 45421000, 45262100, 45310000

LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a DPS to provide high quality services to public sector organisations in England.
The DPS shall be open to the public sector organisations identified at V1.3) including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the DPS Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.
The DPS for minor building works is expected to run for a period of 4 years, from 4.1.2016 to 31.12.2019, subject to a successful review of the Proof of Concept trial stage. The Proof of Concept itself will run until the end of December 2016. LPP however, reserves the right not to continue the DPS beyond the Proof of Concept trial stage. If the trial period is successful the Authority may extend the duration of the DPS beyond 4 years.
The DPS is a 2-stage process.
In the initial set-up stage, all suppliers who meet the selection criteria and are not excluded will be admitted to the DPS. There will be no limit on the number of suppliers that may join the DPS for each work category. New suppliers can also apply to join the DPS at any point during its lifetime.
Individual contracts are awarded during the second stage. In this stage, approved users of the DPS (referred to as Contracting Authorities) will invite all suppliers on the DPS for the works category and location required to bid for a specific contract.
The specific works that may be procured under the DPS cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include but are not limited to those works identified by CPV code at paragraph 11.1.6 and summarised below:
Construction Work, Building Construction Work, Repair and Maintenance Services, Building Services Maintenance (M & E), Electrical Installation and Maintenance Services, Building (General), Building Refurbishment Over 15 000, Building Repairs And Improvements, Building (Design and Construct), Painting and Decorating (General), Joinery, Doors, Windows (Pvcu), Glazing, Roofing, Tiling (Wall), Brick And Blockwork, Plumbing, Flooring (General), Demolition Work, Scaffolding, Asbestos Removal/Treatment, Site Clearance, Landscaping, Fencing, Building (Hospitals), Building (Multi Storey Car Parks) to include maintenance, Building Services Planned and Reactive Maintenance, Drainage, Fire Protection, Insulation Work (Building), Locksmiths, Office Fit Out, Partitions, Plastering, Road Maintenance (Minor Works), Building (Prefabricated/Temporary) Supply and Install, Listed Building Work.
The DPS Agreement includes the terms and conditions for subsequent Call-Offs, but places no obligations, on approved users of the DPS to procure any minor building works. The DPS in itself is therefore not a contract; contracts are only formed when works are called-off under the DPS.
The Invitation to Tender documents issued by Contracting Authorities for specific call-off contracts will specify the terms and conditions for the execution of the minor building works. The Cabinet Office recommend that the NEC 3 (NEC Engineering and Construction Contract or NEC Engineering and Construction Short Contract) are followed but the decision on the most suitable form of standard contract rests solely with the Contracting Authorities. Where the NEC standard form of contract is used, the Contracting Authority will include the most appropriate X clauses and optional Z clauses which meet their particular requirements.
Tenders invited at stage 2 by Contracting Authorities may be for projects where the design is fully completed in advance of the tender process or for design and build projects and include but not limited to fixed price submissions, and traditional price list/schedules of rates/bill of quantities as appropriate.

Execution of minor building works projects valued up to 500 000 GBP although some call-off contracts

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2019
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45000000, 50000000, 45453100, 45442110, 45451000, 45441000, 45261000, 45431200, 45262500, 45432110, 45111100, 45262660, 45111213, 45112700, 45111240, 98395000, 45410000, 45233139, 45233141, 44211000, 45210000, 45421000, 45262100, 45310000

LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a DPS to provide high quality services to public sector organisations in England.
The DPS shall be open to the public sector organisations identified at V1.3) including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the DPS Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.
The DPS for minor building works is expected to run for a period of 4 years, from 4.1.2016 to 31.12.2019, subject to a successful review of the Proof of Concept trial stage. The Proof of Concept itself will run until the end of December 2016. LPP however, reserves the right not to continue the DPS beyond the Proof of Concept trial stage. If the trial period is successful the Authority may extend the duration of the DPS beyond 4 years.
The DPS is a 2-stage process.
In the initial set-up stage, all suppliers who meet the selection criteria and are not excluded will be admitted to the DPS. There will be no limit on the number of suppliers that may join the DPS for each work category. New suppliers can also apply to join the DPS at any point during its lifetime.
Individual contracts are awarded during the second stage. In this stage, approved users of the DPS (referred to as Contracting Authorities) will invite all suppliers on the DPS for the works category and location required to bid for a specific contract.
The specific works that may be procured under the DPS cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include but are not limited to those works identified by CPV code at paragraph 11.1.6 and summarised below:
Construction Work, Building Construction Work, Repair and Maintenance Services, Building Services Maintenance (M & E), Electrical Installation and Maintenance Services, Building (General), Building Refurbishment Over 15 000, Building Repairs And Improvements, Building (Design and Construct), Painting and Decorating (General), Joinery, Doors, Windows (Pvcu), Glazing, Roofing, Tiling (Wall), Brick And Blockwork, Plumbing, Flooring (General), Demolition Work, Scaffolding, Asbestos Removal/Treatment, Site Clearance, Landscaping, Fencing, Building (Hospitals), Building (Multi Storey Car Parks) to include maintenance, Building Services Planned and Reactive Maintenance, Drainage, Fire Protection, Insulation Work (Building), Locksmiths, Office Fit Out, Partitions, Plastering, Road Maintenance (Minor Works), Building (Prefabricated/Temporary) Supply and Install, Listed Building Work.
The DPS Agreement includes the terms and conditions for subsequent Call-Offs, but places no obligations, on approved users of the DPS to procure any minor building works. The DPS in itself is therefore not a contract; contracts are only formed when works are called-off under the DPS.
The Invitation to Tender documents issued by Contracting Authorities for specific call-off contracts will specify the terms and conditions for the execution of the minor building works. The Cabinet Office recommend that the NEC 3 (NEC Engineering and Construction Contract or NEC Engineering and Construction Short Contract) are followed but the decision on the most suitable form of standard contract rests solely with the Contracting Authorities. Where the NEC standard form of contract is used, the Contracting Authority will include the most appropriate X clauses and optional Z clauses which meet their particular requirements.
Tenders invited at stage 2 by Contracting Authorities may be for projects where the design is fully completed in advance of the tender process or for design and build projects and include but not limited to fixed price submissions, and traditional price list/schedules of rates/bill of quantities as appropriate.

ETL - Maintenance and Compliancy Services and Works

East Thames Limited | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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50700000

It is intended that the contract will commence in July 2017, and subject to annual reviews run for a period of 2 years with the option for an extension of a further two single years. The maximum duration of the contract is 4 years. The annual estimated value for the works is 4,000,000GBP with up to an additional 1,500,000GBP per annum for capital works. The contract services and works can include but are not restricted to maintenance and compliancy services and any associated works including Gas servicing, electrical testing and repairs, lift maintenance, water hygiene management, fire safety, CCTV, door entry systems, specialist equipment servicing (Aids and Adaptations), Fall Arrest and Prevention servicing, Lightning protection, Renewable technologies servicing and Warden Call systems.
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