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519/2015 Planned Maintenance and Improvements — Electrical Works

Croydon Council | Published April 13, 2017
Winner
London Borough of Croydon
cpvs
31000000, 31100000, 31200000, 31610000, 31650000, 31670000, 31681000

The contract will run for an initial term of five (5) years wit the option for the Council to further extend for three (3) + three (3) + one (1) + one (1) year + one (1) year at a time, up to a maximum of fourteen (14) years.

The scope of contract relates primarily to housing stock and include electrical related works/services to any Council school building and social care properties as and when required. The works comprise domestic re-wires; testing of electrical circuits; installation of door entry services; fire alarms; sprinklers and the like; cyclical services and call-outs to electrically based communal systems.

519/2015 Planned Maintenance & Improvements — Electrical Works.

London Borough of Croydon | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
cpvs
31000000, 31100000, 31200000, 31610000, 31650000, 31670000, 31681000

The Council is seeking to establish a single service provider to delivery Electrical works. The contract Contract will run for an initial term of five (5) years wit the option for the Council to further extend for three (3) + three (3) + one (1) + one (1) year + one (1) year at a time, up to a maximum of fourteen (14) years.

The contract relates primarily to housing stock although work to schools may be incorporated. The works comprise domestic re-wires; testing of electrical circuits; installation of door entry services; fire alarms; sprinklers and the like; cyclical services and call-outs to electrically based communal systems. Further details are provided within the Information Pack via the London tender portal (www.londontenders.org).

The Council considers that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’) (as amended, re-enacted or consolidated) may apply to this contract. The purpose of TUPE is to preserve continuity of employment and to safeguard employment rights of all employees whose employment transfers to a new employer as a result of a relevant transfer.

The Council cannot accept a request for documentation or expressions of interest via any other means other than the London Tenders Portal. For further information please express your interest and download the documents from www.londontenders.org

519/2015 Planned Maintenance & Improvements — Electrical Works.

Croydon Council | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline April 19, 2016
cpvs
31000000, 31100000, 31200000, 31610000, 31650000, 31670000, 31681000

The Council is seeking to establish a single service provider to delivery Electrical works. The contract Contract will run for an initial term of five (5) years wit the option for the Council to further extend for three (3) + three (3) + one (1) + one (1) year + one (1) year at a time, up to a maximum of fourteen (14) years.

The contract relates primarily to housing stock although work to schools may be incorporated. The works comprise domestic re-wires; testing of electrical circuits; installation of door entry services; fire alarms; sprinklers and the like; cyclical services and call-outs to electrically based communal systems. Further details are provided within the Information Pack via the London tender portal (www.londontenders.org).

The Council considers that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’) (as amended, re-enacted or consolidated) may apply to this contract. The purpose of TUPE is to preserve continuity of employment and to safeguard employment rights of all employees whose employment transfers to a new employer as a result of a relevant transfer.

The Council cannot accept a request for documentation or expressions of interest via any other means other than the London Tenders Portal. For further information please express your interest and download the documents from www.londontenders.org

472/2015CED Facilities Management Hard Services — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; Lot 2 Bu

Croydon Council | Published April 30, 2016
Winner
Arthur McKay, Graham Asset Management
cpvs
50000000, 45000000, 71000000, 50410000, 50700000, 50500000, 50850000, 50870000, 51110000, 51120000, 51200000, 51620000, 51700000, 51810000

The Contracting Authority has awarded 2 contracts to deliver the following services to it's stock of Council buildings and offices as follows:

Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services — Arthur McKay and Co Limited.

Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services — Graham Facilities Management.

The initial term of the contracts is 5 years although the Council has the option at its absolute discretion to extend the term for a further 2 periods of 1 year, thereby bringing the maximum term of the contracts to a period of 7 years. These contracts will commence in July 2016.

472/2015CED Facilities Management Hard Services — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services

Croydon Council | Published April 30, 2016
Winner
Graham Asset Management
cpvs
50000000, 45000000, 71000000, 50410000, 50700000, 50500000, 50850000, 50870000, 51110000, 51120000, 51200000, 51620000, 51700000, 51810000

The Contracting Authority has awarded 2 contracts to deliver the following services to it's stock of Council buildings and offices as follows:

Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services — Arthur McKay and Co Limited.

Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services — Graham Facilities Management.

The initial term of the contracts is 5 years although the Council has the option at its absolute discretion to extend the term for a further 2 periods of 1 year, thereby bringing the maximum term of the contracts to a period of 7 years. These contracts will commence in July 2016.

Replacement of High Voltage Electrical Switchgear and Cabling

Croydon University Hospital - Main Number | Published January 30, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
cpvs
45310000

Replacement of High Voltage Electrical Switchgear and Cabling

472/2015CED Facilities Management Hard Services — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; Lot 2 Bu

Croydon Council | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 27, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 45000000, 71000000, 50410000, 50700000, 50500000, 50850000, 50870000, 51110000, 51120000, 51200000, 51620000, 51700000, 51810000, 50000000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000, 50500000, 51110000, 51120000, 51200000, 51620000, 51700000, 51810000, 71300000, 71600000, 50000000, 50700000, 71300000, 71600000, 45000000, 50850000, 50870000, 71400000, 71500000

The Contracting Authority is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced Service Providers for the delivery of Hard Facilities Management (FM) Services under 2 separate Lots as follows: — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; — Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services. This procurement relates to the provision of Hard FM services to Council buildings, assets and properties including (but not limited to) municipal buildings, community centres, leisure centres, libraries, social care and health buildings, schools. For the avoidance of doubt, this is not an exhaustive list. There are currently approximately 130 buildings within the scope of each Lot and a further 120 parks and open spaces where the FM service is responsible for boundary fences, footpaths and other structures. The number of buildings is likely to vary over the lifetime of the contract and the Council reserves the right to bring further buildings, assets and properties within the scope of any contracts awarded as a result of this procurement process. The Council intends to award two separate contracts, 1 for each Lot. There is a separate PQQ document for each of the Lots. Candidates are permitted to submit separate PQQ's and Tenders for both Lots. However, 1 candidate is not permitted to win both Lots. Where, following tender evaluation, a candidate which has applied for both Lots is identified as the most economically advantageous tenderer for both Lots, that candidate will be awarded the Contract for the Lot it nominated as it's preferred Lot in the PQQ. The annual estimated value of works and services that is envisaged to be delivered under each of the Lots is as follows: — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical (3 000 000 GBP to 5 000 000 GBP per annum); — Lot 2 Building Maintenance (1 000 000 GBP to 2 500 000 GBP per annum). The initial term of the contracts is 5 years although the Council has the option at its absolute discretion to extend the term for a further 2 periods of 1 year, thereby bringing the maximum term of the contracts to a period of 7 years. It is currently anticipated that the contracts will commence in July 2016. The Council proposes to enter into a form of contract with the successful Service Providers based on the CIOB Facilities Management Contract as amended by the Council. It is also intended that the Contracts should be part of the Council's wider focus on ensuring that its economic activity is a catalyst for regeneration within the London Borough of Croydon. The successful Service Providers will therefore be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may be imposed which relate to social value considerations, including supporting employment, creating apprenticeships, supporting priority groups, supporting business growth, supporting education to employment, supporting the community and management and compliance of these initiatives. The Service Providers' technical capability to meet these requirements is assessed at the pre- qualification stage. Further details will be provided in the pre-qualification documents and Tender Documents. The Council requires the successful Service Providers to fulfil the aims and Social Value objectives through this procurement (and further to the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012), to ensure Croydon as a Place benefits from the spend related to the Contracts. The Council considers that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’) (as amended, re-enacted or consolidated) may apply to this contract. The purpose of TUPE is to preserve continuity of employment and to safeguard employment rights of all employees whose employment transfers to a new employer as a result of a relevant transfer. The Council requires the successful Service Providers and their Significant Sub-contractors and Suppliers to comply with the London Living Wage and the pricing model shall take account of this.

472/2015CED Facilities Management Hard Services — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services.

London Borough of Croydon | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 27, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 50700000, 71300000, 71600000, 45000000, 50850000, 50870000, 71400000, 71500000

The Contracting Authority is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced Service Providers for the delivery of Hard Facilities Management (FM) Services under 2 separate Lots as follows: — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical Services; — Lot 2 Building Maintenance Services. This procurement relates to the provision of Hard FM services to Council buildings, assets and properties including (but not limited to) municipal buildings, community centres, leisure centres, libraries, social care and health buildings, schools. For the avoidance of doubt, this is not an exhaustive list. There are currently approximately 130 buildings within the scope of each Lot and a further 120 parks and open spaces where the FM service is responsible for boundary fences, footpaths and other structures. The number of buildings is likely to vary over the lifetime of the contract and the Council reserves the right to bring further buildings, assets and properties within the scope of any contracts awarded as a result of this procurement process. The Council intends to award two separate contracts, 1 for each Lot. There is a separate PQQ document for each of the Lots. Candidates are permitted to submit separate PQQ's and Tenders for both Lots. However, 1 candidate is not permitted to win both Lots. Where, following tender evaluation, a candidate which has applied for both Lots is identified as the most economically advantageous tenderer for both Lots, that candidate will be awarded the Contract for the Lot it nominated as it's preferred Lot in the PQQ. The annual estimated value of works and services that is envisaged to be delivered under each of the Lots is as follows: — Lot 1 Mechanical and Electrical (3 000 000 GBP to 5 000 000 GBP per annum); — Lot 2 Building Maintenance (1 000 000 GBP to 2 500 000 GBP per annum). The initial term of the contracts is 5 years although the Council has the option at its absolute discretion to extend the term for a further 2 periods of 1 year, thereby bringing the maximum term of the contracts to a period of 7 years. It is currently anticipated that the contracts will commence in July 2016. The Council proposes to enter into a form of contract with the successful Service Providers based on the CIOB Facilities Management Contract as amended by the Council. It is also intended that the Contracts should be part of the Council's wider focus on ensuring that its economic activity is a catalyst for regeneration within the London Borough of Croydon. The successful Service Providers will therefore be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may be imposed which relate to social value considerations, including supporting employment, creating apprenticeships, supporting priority groups, supporting business growth, supporting education to employment, supporting the community and management and compliance of these initiatives. The Service Providers' technical capability to meet these requirements is assessed at the pre- qualification stage. Further details will be provided in the pre-qualification documents and Tender Documents. The Council requires the successful Service Providers to fulfil the aims and Social Value objectives through this procurement (and further to the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012), to ensure Croydon as a Place benefits from the spend related to the Contracts. The Council considers that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’) (as amended, re-enacted or consolidated) may apply to this contract. The purpose of TUPE is to preserve continuity of employment and to safeguard employment rights of all employees whose employment transfers to a new employer as a result of a relevant transfer. The Council requires the successful Service Providers and their Significant Sub-contractors and Suppliers to comply with the London Living Wage and the pricing model shall take account of this.

Electricity Supply, Electrical Energy, Half Hourly, Non Half Hourly and Unmetered Supply.

London Borough of Croydon Council | Published March 2, 2016
Winner
Scottishpower Energy Retail Ltd
cpvs
31682000

Bergen Energi wish to award contracts in the respect of supply of Electricity to London Borough of Croydon Council. This can be made up of 1 or 2 lots: Lot 1 supply for HH and NHH within a flexible contract arrangement; Lot 2 for the unmetered supplies both under flexible contract arrangements.

Electricity Supply, Electrical Energy, Half Hourly, Non Half Hourly and Unmetered Supply.

London Borough of Croydon Council | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
cpvs
71314200

Bergen Energi wish to award contracts in the respect of supply of Electricity to London Borough Of Croydon Council, this can be made up of one or two lots, lot one supply for HH and NHH within a flexible contract arrangement, lot two for the unmetered supplies both under flexible contract arrangements.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the my-Tenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=163229

Refinancing and financing of rolling stock, spares and special tools by way of operating lease.

Southern Railway Ltd | Published December 16, 2014
cpvs
66114000

The financing of 116 dual voltage electrical multiple unit rail vehicles formed into 29 x 4 car sets, associated spares, special tools and option vehicles.

The provision of hot water services plate heat exchangers to serve Maternity and T Blocks

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust | Published January 25, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
cpvs
23000000

T block; contains the Trusts Endoscopy Unit, Renal Dialysis, CT Scanning, Blood Sciences, Cellular Pathology, Cardiology, Pacemaker Clinic and Woodcroft Outpatients Clinic, clinical services. The T block plant room is located at basement level and the hot water services are provided from two existing steam calorifiers. One of these calorifiers has been removed.

Maternity block; contains the Trusts maternity, birthing centre and women’s services, clinical services. The Maternity block plant room is located at basement level and the hot water services are provided from two existing steam calorifiers. One of these calorifiers has been removed.

This project is for the removal of the existing calorifiers in both buildings and the supply installation testing and commissioning of two new plate heat exchangers to serve the buildings. The works shall be complete with all required control systems, electrical services and valves for the correct function of the works to the satisfaction of the client.

The works shall be undertaken in such a manner and sequence that the hot water provision to the hospital is maintained or temporary services are provided at all times.

The Trust requires that the works shall be completed within in a 6-week period ending on Sunday 17th April 2016.

 

Croydon IPH CEDPS: LOT 7: Bed — Electric 4 Section.

London Borough of Croydon | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
cpvs
33000000

Croydon IPH CEDPS: LOT 7: Bed — Electric 4 Section.

Croydon IPH CEDPS: LOT 8: Bed — Low Profile, Electric.

London Borough of Croydon | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
cpvs
33000000

Croydon IPH CEDPS: LOT 8: Bed — Low Profile, Electric.

403/2014 DASHH-Planned Maintenance and Improvements-General Building Works.

Croydon Council | Published December 8, 2015
Winner
Mulalley & Company Limited
cpvs
45000000, 50000000, 45300000, 45400000, 45100000, 45200000, 50700000, 50800000, 45320000, 45420000, 45440000, 50710000, 45210000, 45260000, 45350000, 45310000, 45330000, 45340000, 45430000, 45450000, 45410000, 50720000, 50712000, 45211000, 50711000, 50721000, 45214200, 45215200, 45262650, 50531100, 50531200, 45453100

General Building Works for its housing stock, schools and social care properties including (but not necessarily limited to) general building works such as replacement kitchens, bathrooms, extensions, adaptations, external works (roofs, windows, structural repairs, solid wall insulation, environmental works), and associated electrical and mechanical works Supporting the delivery of these services the successful contractor will also be required to have the ability to interface with the Council's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems in order to support the effective and efficient delivery of the programme, and to exchange service information with the Council and to undertake some of customer management. The scope of works and services in this procurement also covers assets and properties related to this area of service including (but not limited to): estates-based assets such as garages, playgrounds, community facilities and estates infrastructure such as signage and lighting thereof; supported and sheltered accommodation; internal and external communal areas, other properties which the Council uses now or in the future for the purposes of housing people; similar properties where the Council has a responsibility to maintain or repair properties (although it may not be the owner of such properties) and other tenanted properties which relate to the Council's delivery of its social housing agenda. The scope will also include general building works to any Council school building and social care properties as and when required. The length of the contract is initially for 5 years and the Council will have the option to extend this for up to a further 3 + 3 + 3 years, resulting in a possible maximum contract period of 14 years. The earliest the contract is expected to begin is October 2015.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

London Borough of Croydon | Published October 24, 2017  -  Deadline November 20, 2017
cpvs
45200000, 45233141, 45233139, 45246410, 45246400, 71311220

The Council is seeking to establish a single lead provider to deliver provision of Next Generation Highways works and services. The Council is looking to consolidate all their current provision and support arrangements into a single contract with a lead provider responsible for delivering maintenance, design and construction in the highway environment to include fencing, road restraint systems, drainage, earthworks, road pavement, kerbs, foot-ways and paved areas, traffic signs, highway electrical works, winter maintenance, bridges and structural works.

Further details are provided within the Procurement Document via the London tender portal (www.londontenders.org).

The contract will run for an initial term of seven (7) years with the option to further extend it for a further three (3) years in one (1) year increments (i.e. 7+1+1+1).

The scope of works and services is anticipated to be in the region of 130 000 000 GBP over ten (10) years. There is however no guarantee of any value of orders over the course of the contract term. The initial seven (7) year contract value is expected to be in the region of 106 000 000 GBP.

If known, estimated value excluding VAT (give figures only) or range:

The estimated contract value range is approximately 106 000 000 GBP - 130 000 000 GBP for the proposed duration of the seven (7) to ten (10) year contract term. Please refer the following which provides an estimated annual contract value range for each element of the service provision:

1) Routine, reactive and planned network maintenance works; Circa, 6 000 000 GBP

2) Network inspection, test and repairs; Circa, 550 000 GBP

3) Minor improvement scheme construction works Circa, 10 000 000 GBP.

4) Public realm investment construction works; Circa, 1 000 000 GBP.

5) Network management and operational support; Circa, 500 000 GBP.

6) Professional services (design, management and technical support). Circa, 600 000 GBP.

Upgrade and Refurbishment of Discharge Lounge and Ambulance Crew Facilities at Croydon University Hospital - CHS16-029

Croydon Health Services NHS Trust | Published May 27, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
cpvs
23201200, 23201400

The ED Transport lounge currently occupies one of the X-Ray suits and it is required to undertake works in order to increase patient capacity within the existing London Wing Discharge Lounge to enable the relocation of the ED Transport lounge service from the X-Ray suit to the London Wing Discharge Lounge. The brief for the proposed works include the following: The provision of a new 3-person Transport office to be located in the dis-used chaplaincy office adjacent. The provision of new crew changing and mess room to be located in the disused Chaplaincy office. The provision of new patient changing facilities and accessible WC within the existing male WC area. Works to the existing London Wing Transport Lounge to provide additional patient waiting, Managers office and pantry facilities. Total number of patient waiting chairs required-25.  The provision of new wheel chair waiting facilities. Total number of wheel chair positions required-10.   BUILDING WORKS Conversion of existing male WC into Accessible WC and changing facility. Including new entrance door set and blocking up of existing door entrance from corridor. Fit-out of existing room to form new 3 person office. Provision of new partition wall and entrance in existing chaplaincy office to form two new areas; 1. Ambulance drivers mess. 2. Discharge lounge pantry. Fit-out of both new rooms ti suit. Removal of existing full height wall and pantry in existing discharge lounge. Provision of new low level partition wall in existing discharge lounge to separate wheel chair user area. Making good and re-decoration to existing floors walls and ceilings. Re-decorations to existing accessible wc area.   ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Provision of new lighting fittings to all areas. New small power outlets as indicated on the design drawings New data and voice outlets as indicated on the design drawings New Nurse call and Disabled WC call systems as indicated on the design drawings New CCTV camera, linked into existing system.   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Removal of two existing radiators Provision of new direct expansion cooling system, ceiling mounted cassett. Provision of new hot and cold water services to two new sink units. Relocation of hot and cold water services to new accessible WC and changing facility with thermostatic controls. Provision of new hot and cold water services to two new wash hand basin, IP units and thermostatic controls. Provision of new extract ventilation to ambulance drivers mess, Pantry and Accessible WC and changing facility. Provision of new radiator heating to discharge lounge. Adaptations to existing above ground drainage to suit revised locations.   PRELIMINARIES AND GENERAL ITEMS Commissioning  Testing Provision of record drawings and Operating manuals. 

Planned Maintenance and Improvements — General Building Works Contract.

London Borough of Croydon | Published October 9, 2014  -  Deadline November 5, 2014
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45210000, 45211000, 45214200, 45215200, 45260000, 45262650, 45300000, 45310000, 45320000, 45330000, 45340000, 45350000, 45400000, 45410000, 45420000, 45430000, 45440000, 45450000, 45453100, 50000000, 50531100, 50531200, 50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 50720000, 50721000, 50800000

The Contracting Authority is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to enter into a contract to deliver a range of planned maintenance and improvements — General Building Works for its housing stock, schools and social care properties including (but not necessarily limited to) general building works such as replacement kitchens, bathrooms, extensions, adaptations, external works (roofs, windows, structural repairs, solid wall insulation, environmental works), and associated electrical and mechanical works Supporting the delivery of these services the successful contractor will also be required to have the ability to interface with the Council's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems in order to support the effective and efficient delivery of the programme, and to exchange service information with the Council and to undertake some of customer management. The proposal is to seek tenders based upon a price per archetypal model for each of the relevant works supported by a schedule of rates for planned maintenance works or any works and any other services which are not incorporated. The annual estimated value of works and services that is envisaged to be delivered under the Contract will be GBP 12 000 000 — GBP 15 000 000. The works under this proposed contract are expected to be provided to approximately 16 000 (or more) relevant properties in the 1st year of the contract but this number is likely to vary over the lifetime of the contract. The scope of works and services in this procurement also covers assets and properties related to this area of service including (but not limited to): estates-based assets such as garages, playgrounds, community facilities and estates infrastructure such as signage and lighting thereof; supported and sheltered accommodation; internal and external communal areas, other properties which the Council uses now or in the future for the purposes of housing people; similar properties where the Council has a responsibility to maintain or repair properties (although it may not be the owner of such properties) and other tenanted properties which relate to the Council's delivery of its social housing agenda. The scope will also include general building works to any Council school building and social care properties as and when required. The length of the contract is initially for five (5) years and the Council will have the option to extend this for up to a further 3 + 3 + 3 years, resulting in a possible maximum contract period of fourteen (14) years. The earliest the contract is expected to begin is October 2015. The Council proposes to enter into a form of contract with the successful contractor based on the standard contract for term partnering (TPC2005 amended 2008 with bespoke amendments). The Council proposes to use the competitive dialogue procedure for the purposes of procuring the contract and the tenders will be evaluated on the basis of achieving the most economically advantageous tender in the opinion of the Council. The Council proposes to use the process of dialogue to explore key service delivery and commercial options such as approaches to customer management, the pricing model and any other areas that are material to the identification of a solution which is most capable of meeting the Council's requirements. It is also intended that the Contract should be part of the Council's wider focus on ensuring that its economic activity is a catalyst for regeneration within the London Borough of Croydon. The successful contractor will therefore be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may be imposed which relate to social value considerations, including supporting employment, creating apprenticeships, supporting priority groups, supporting business growth, supporting education to employment, supporting the communi
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