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Mechanical, Electrical Maintenance and Small Fabric Works

Victoria and Albert Museum | Published December 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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 by 17:00GMT on 11th January 2016.

Operation of electrical installations

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets | Published October 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
Within GB territorial waters or the GB Renewable Energy Zone (as defined in the Renewable Energy Zone (Designation of Area) Order 2004 (SI 2004 No.2668). This project is subject to change. The following is currently identified as a qualifying project where we are tendering for the grant of an offshore transmission licence.

Building construction work

City of London Corporation | Published October 25, 2016
A full design team is required to undertake RIBA Stage 4 Technical Design. Team to include project management, architecture, structural engineering, quantity surveying, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering, CDM co-ordination, landscape architecture, acoustic engineering.

London Overground Infrastructure Maintenance Contract 2 (IMC2)

Transport for London — Rail for London | Published October 6, 2016

The scope for the IMC2 contract is expected to cover the East London Line (ELL) Core Route faulting and maintenance for permanent way, signalling, telecommunications, electrification, power supplies and mechanical and electrical pumps & drainage, together with maintenance works along the core route from New Cross Gate Depot, including the Silwood Facility, to Willesden Depot.

Prior to commencing the tender process, London Overground (LO) has decided to consult the market via a Market Sounding Questionnaire (MSQ) in order to:

— Provide notice and generate interest in the contract;

— Gauge supplier appetite for the contract and capacity to deliver the services; and

— Gather feedback on the proposed scope and terms and conditions prior to the finalisation of the contract documents.

If you are interested in responding to this opportunity please email Mark Lythaby at to request a copy of the MSQ. You must register your interest within 2 weeks of the date of the issue of this PIN.

Please note that the contracting authority for this contract will be Rail for London.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd | Published October 8, 2016
The Energy Initiatives to be offered should include (but not limited to):

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
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: 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.
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