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Street Lighting Works - Argyll and Bute

Argyll and Bute Council | Published August 5, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
cpvs
391100, 391112, 391212, 399999

The successful Contractor(s) will be required to carry out the following works: 1. Street lighting installation; 2. Tracking works; 3. Cable and duct supply and installation; 4. Reinstatement works; 5. Electrical termination and testing. The Framework contract consists of 4 geographical areas within Argyll and Bute and bidders are invited to bid for 1 or more lots.

European Marine Science Park - Facilities Management Services

Highlands and Islands Enterprise | Published October 27, 2015
Winner
Oban Electrical Services (Ltd)
cpvs
199999, 391011

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) require a supplier to provide a Facilities Management service for the European Marine Science Park, Dunstaffnage, Argyll to support their efforts to let the building and create a thriving centre for Marine Science. HIE requires a professionally managed, high quality Mechanical and Electrical plant & equipment maintenance service, in accordance with the requirements detailed in Appendix 2 of The Tender Requirements. The supplier shall ensure the successful operation and optimum condition of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and drainage installations. The supplier shall ensure all systems are appropriately maintained in accordance with manufacturers and installers recommendations and statutory obligations. A FM helpdesk must be provided to enable all FM related service and reporting, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Reported incidents must be logged and prioritised. The supplier will be responsible for informing HIE of any unscheduled repairs or maintenance required, and to agree with HIE the method and costs for any repairs and maintenance, prior to any work being carried out.

Framework for Internal Work to Dwellings

Argyll Community Housing Association Limited | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
A And R Hepburn , Kevan Brown Ltd , Home Energy Uk , Mears Limited , Stewart Mcnee (Dunoon Ltd) , Mark Group Ltd , British Gas Social Housing Ltd Trading As Ph Jones , Ccg (Scotland) Ltd , Mctear Contracts Limited , Everwarm Ltd , Turner Facilities Management Limited , Macleod Construction Ltd
cpvs
45421000, 45330000, 45331100, 50710000, 45320000

Investment programme framework 2015-19 to upgrade existing housing stock to meet Scottish Housing Quality Standard and Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. Works are divided into four geographical areas: (1) Cowal & Bute (2) Helensburgh & Lomond (3) Lorn & Isles (4) Mid-Argyll & Kintyre Within each area the work is divided into the following lots: Joinery & Plumbing – Replacement windows, doors, kitchens with partial rewire, bathrooms and adapted bathrooms. Heating & Electrical – Rewiring, heating including gas, electric, solid fuel enclosed appliances & flues, basic renewables. Energy Insulation – internal wall insulation, loft insulation, floor insulation, room in roof insulation, cavity wall insulation including extraction if required. CPV: 45421000, 45330000, 45331100, 50710000, 45320000.

Framework for Internal Work to Dwellings.

Argyll Community Housing Association Limited | Published May 8, 2015
Winner
Macleod Construction Ltd
cpvs
45421000, 45330000, 45331100, 50710000, 45320000

Investment programme framework 2015-19 to upgrade existing housing stock to meet Scottish Housing Quality Standard and Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. Works are divided into 4 geographical areas: (1) Cowal and Bute; (2) Helensburgh and Lomond; (3) Lorn and Isles; (4) Mid-Argyll and Kintyre; Within each area the work is divided into the following lots: — Joinery and Plumbing — Replacement windows, doors, kitchens with partial rewire, bathrooms and adapted bathrooms; — Heating and Electrical — Rewiring, heating including gas, electric, solid fuel enclosed appliances and flues, basic renewables; — Energy Insulation — internal wall insulation, loft insulation, floor insulation, room in roof insulation, cavity wall insulation including extraction if required.

Rothesay Pavilion Redevelopment Contract

Argyll and Bute Council | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
45212350, 45210000, 45212000

The scope of the construction of the Works for the Contract may include the following (the final scope will be identified in the ITT documents): (a) Significant repair or replacement of key elements of the existing category A listed, historic fabric including: replacement/repair of areas of cast stonework; replacement of original metal windows; repair of expanses of flat roof and repair/replacement of other building elements to replicate the original art-deco 1930’s style. (b) Provision of new elements on the existing lower ground and upper groundfloor levels including: an exhibition area/art gallery; small retail unit; second performance venue; café/restaurant; toilets; kitchens and staff accommodation. (c) Significant upgrading of the main hall and performance space including provision of new sound & lighting systems; improved stage engineering; new sound room; new public bars and repairs to the existing sprung dance floor. (d) Extension on to the first floor to provide a new function room overlooking Rothesay Bay and six small offices. (e) Installation of a passenger lift to provide access to all floors (f) Repairs to the existing caretaker’s house at the rear of the site to bring it back into use as a holiday let or base for an artist in residence. (g) Full renewal of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering installations. CPV: 45212350, 45210000, 45212000.

CHORD – Dunoon – Wooden Pier: Phase 1 Redevelopment

Argyll and Bute Council | Published December 22, 2014
cpvs
181800, 391010, 391012, 391213, 399999

Argyll and Bute Council wish to invite expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified contractor to undertake a package of structural repairs and associated builders works to the Category ‘A’ Listed Dunoon Pier and its buildings. Economic Operators should have particular experience of heavy engineering timber works and associated building works undertaken in a marine environment of the like proposed at Dunoon Pier. A single contractor is required to carry out a package of structural repairs and general builders’ works to the historic pier in Dunoon. The works to include: ‘Greenheart’ Timber Pile Repairs Installation of new ‘Greenheart’ Timber Bracing and Ties to re-instate the structural integrity of the pier Timber Decking Works Installation of a suitable Encapsulation System comprising in general terms of a: fiberglass jacket; carbon-fiber grid; grout (epoxy or cementitious); and marine epoxy around the base of a number of the ‘Greenheart Piles’ piles Masonry Repairs and decorations to handrailing / metalwork and masonry walling Refurbishment of the Harbour Masters Office and Waiting Room buildings including: mechanical and electrical services; sanitary ware; fixtures and fittings; wall, ceiling and floor finishes; and general decoration Refurbishment, replacement or installation of existing/new street lighting

Architectural design services

Argyll and Bute Council | Published February 1, 2017
cpvs
71220000, 71321000, 71322000

Argyll and Bute Council is seeking to progress with a procurement exercise to engage professional services to support completion of RIBA stages 3 to 7 in regards to the Helensburgh Waterfront Development Contract. The Helensburgh Waterfront Development Contract will deliver a new-build 25 m, 6 lane swimming pool and leisure facility, with associated car park/ public realm and flood defences. The aim of this procurement exercise is to award a Contract in Autumn/Winter 2016 for the engagement of a design team in compliance with relevant legislation, standards and other requirements (including technical and environmental) of Argyll and Bute Council and the key stakeholders.

The Helensburgh Waterfront Development Project will deliver a new-build 25 m, 6 lane swimming pool and leisure facility; Flood protection works to the site perimeter; 250 space car park; Public realm comprising perimeter walkway and flexible open space; development of 28 000 ft retail opportunity; skate and cycle facilities; consideration of location of existing fairground business; demolition of existing swimming pool on completion of new build. The awarded Consultant will support completion of RIBA stages 3 to 7 with appropriate contract breaks for design services related to the Helensburgh Waterfront Development Project.

The scope of the Contract may include the following (the final scope of the Contract will be identified in the ITT documents):

Design Team;

Architect;

Structural Engineers;

Marine/Flood Defence Engineers;

Specialist Pool Designers;

Interior Designers;

Landscape Architects;

Land Surveys;

BIM Mangers;

CADD Technicians;

Electrical Engineers;

Mechanical Engineers;

Civil Engineers;

Ecologist;

Risk Assessor;

Planners;

Transportation Engineer;

Foundation/Geotechnical Engineer;

Fire Protection Engineer;

Noise Engineers.

Rothesay Pavilion Redevelopment Contract.

Argyll and Bute Council | Published September 16, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
45212350, 45210000, 45212000

The scope of the construction of the Works for the Contract may include the following (the final scope will be identified in the ITT documents): (a) Significant repair or replacement of key elements of the existing category A listed, historic fabric including: replacement/repair of areas of cast stonework; replacement of original metal windows; repair of expanses of flat roof and repair/replacement of other building elements to replicate the original art-deco 1930's style. (b) Provision of new elements on the existing lower ground and upper ground floor levels including: an exhibition area/art gallery; small retail unit; second performance venue; café/restaurant; toilets; kitchens and staff accommodation. (c) Significant upgrading of the main hall and performance space including provision of new sound and lighting systems; improved stage engineering; new sound room; new public bars and repairs to the existing sprung dance floor. (d) Extension on to the first floor to provide a new function room overlooking Rothesay Bay and 6 small offices. (e) Installation of a passenger lift to provide access to all floors. (f) Repairs to the existing caretaker's house at the rear of the site to bring it back into use as a holiday let or base for an artist in residence. (g) Full renewal of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering installations. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code project_4484 under PQQs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the PQQ it will move to your My PQQs area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Dunoon - Wooden Pier Redevelopment - Phase 1B Pier and Associated Buildings Refurbishment

Argyll and Bute Council | Published April 1, 2015
Winner
W H Kirkwood Ltd
cpvs
391010, 391012, 391213, 399999

THE SITE: The site is the area within the red line boundary as shown on drawing 1987 (00) 004 Dunoon Pier was constructed in the late 19th century and was used by the steam ferry companies bringing visitors and commercial traffic along the Clyde. There are three buildings on the pier and they and the pier structure are listed structures, upgraded by Historic Scotland to Category A because of their rarity. The original waiting room is the most complete in terms of external elevations and layout. It is a timber structure and was in use until 2011 when ferry traffic ceased to use the pier. The harbour masters building was the original pay office and entrance hall and although it retains original features was completely overhauled and altered externally and internally following storm damage in the 1980’s. Argyll and Bute Council now wish to open the buildings up to the public and is therefore seeking a contractor to undertake a scheme of repair and upgrade that will incorporate modern facilities into what will become a series of flexible meeting/exhibition spaces. The Harbour Masters building provides office and mess space for the Dunoon Harbour master and his team and this occupancy will continue in the immediate future. THE WORKS Harbourmasters Building Interim Use: (1) Office and Welfare Accommodation for the Dunoon Harbour Master and the shore based personnel servicing the Dunoon Link-span and Breakwater General works, which meet any specific conditions that may be set by Historic Scotland as part of the Listed Building Consent, including: - Roof survey report and related repairs - Render repairs to external walls - New gates - Removal of signage - New or upgraded pumped drainage / waste disposal system to comply with statutory authority regulations as required - New redecoration throughout Waiting Room Interim use: flexible multipurpose space capable of accommodating pop-up events and functions e.g. tearoom, café, exhibitions or meetings. - Down takings of some of the existing internal partitions and erection of new internal stud partitions as required. - 1980's disco / bar fittings and counter to be removed - Replacement of rotten timber opening windows to first floor - Repair and repainting of timber windows generally - Installation of secondary glazing to interior of fixed and original timber windows to improve thermal performance. - Installation of blown paper insulation or similar to areas of external timber walls where the original timber lining boards are still present to improve thermal performance - Installation of a suitable sustainable insulation product to internal side of external walls where internal linings have been removed or altered to improve thermal performance. - Installation of a suitable sustainable insulation to ceiling voids and floors where possible to improve thermal performance. - Repair to ceiling and wall linings where damage has occurred or they have been removed / patched following previous building alterations for nightclub fit out - New sanitary ware and fixed fittings - New flooring, wall and ceiling linings and light fittings throughout - New or upgraded services (i.e. electrical and mechanical) fittings as required, including the provision of service conduits with capacity for subsequent installation of additional and/or new services (e.g. Wi-Fi, fast broadband etc). - New pumped drainage / waste disposal system to comply with statutory authority regulations - New redecoration throughout

Dunoon - Wooden Pier Redevelopment - Phase 1B Pier and Associated Buildings Refurbishment

Argyll and Bute Council | Published February 2, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
cpvs
391010, 391012, 391213, 399999

THE SITE: The site is the area within the red line boundary as shown on drawing 1987 (00) 004 Dunoon Pier was constructed in the late 19th century and was used by the steam ferry companies bringing visitors and commercial traffic along the Clyde. There are three buildings on the pier and they and the pier structure are listed structures, upgraded by Historic Scotland to Category A because of their rarity. The original waiting room is the most complete in terms of external elevations and layout. It is a timber structure and was in use until 2011 when ferry traffic ceased to use the pier. The harbour masters building was the original pay office and entrance hall and although it retains original features was completely overhauled and altered externally and internally following storm damage in the 1980’s. Argyll and Bute Council now wish to open the buildings up to the public and is therefore seeking a contractor to undertake a scheme of repair and upgrade that will incorporate modern facilities into what will become a series of flexible meeting/exhibition spaces. The Harbour Masters building provides office and mess space for the Dunoon Harbour master and his team and this occupancy will continue in the immediate future. THE WORKS Harbourmasters Building Interim Use: (1) Office and Welfare Accommodation for the Dunoon Harbour Master and the shore based personnel servicing the Dunoon Link-span and Breakwater General works, which meet any specific conditions that may be set by Historic Scotland as part of the Listed Building Consent, including: • Roof survey report and related repairs • Render repairs to external walls • New gates • Removal of signage • New or upgraded pumped drainage / waste disposal system to comply with statutory authority regulations as required • New redecoration throughout Waiting Room Interim use: flexible multipurpose space capable of accommodating pop-up events and functions e.g. tearoom, café, exhibitions or meetings. • Down takings of some of the existing internal partitions and erection of new internal stud partitions as required. • 1980's disco / bar fittings and counter to be removed • Replacement of rotten timber opening windows to first floor • Repair and repainting of timber windows generally • Installation of secondary glazing to interior of fixed and original timber windows to improve thermal performance. • Installation of blown paper insulation or similar to areas of external timber walls where the original timber lining boards are still present to improve thermal performance • Installation of a suitable sustainable insulation product to internal side of external walls where internal linings have been removed or altered to improve thermal performance. • Installation of a suitable sustainable insulation to ceiling voids and floors where possible to improve thermal performance. • Repair to ceiling and wall linings where damage has occurred or they have been removed / patched following previous building alterations for nightclub fit out • New sanitary ware and fixed fittings • New flooring, wall and ceiling linings and light fittings throughout • New or upgraded services (i.e. electrical and mechanical) fittings as required, including the provision of service conduits with capacity for subsequent installation of additional and/or new services (e.g. Wi-Fi, fast broadband etc). • New pumped drainage / waste disposal system to comply with statutory authority regulations • New redecoration throughout
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