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5 Yearly Fixed Electrical Wiring Testing to Council Properties

St.Helens Council | Published June 21, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
cpvs
50710000

Electrical Testing of Fixed Wiring to Council Properties

Coastline Housing Heating, Electrical and Intergrated Heating and Electrical service contract

COASTLINE HOUSING LIMITED | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
Winner
Blue Flame Cornwall Ltd
cpvs
50700000

A TPC2005 Term Partnering Contract with either two separate contracts for the provision of heating repairs and installations services and compliance testing (lot 1) and electrical responsive repairs and compliance testing (lot2) or a combined integrated heating and electrical contract (Lot 3). Please note that Bidders will be able to access the ITT documents by following the instructions contained in the PQQ available at http://www.echelonconsultancy.co.uk/eDocs Lot 1 Provision of heating repair, installation and compliance testing service for Coastline Housing Ltd. The contract is for a possible 10 year period with an initial period of 5 years and extendable by a further 5 yearsat the sole option of the Contracting Authority . The anticipated annual value of the contract for the different elements of the service excluding Vat are: Heating repair, servicing and LGSR certification - £523,638 CO and smoke detection repairs and installations - £17,421 Heating Installations £553,607 Chimney and Fireplace works £21,525 Total per year £1,116,191 Possible value over 5 years £5,580,955 Possible value over 10 years £11,161,910 Lot 2 The provision of electrical repairs and compliance testing for all of Coastline Housing stock The contract is for a possible 10 year period with an initial period of 5 years and extendable by a further 5 years. The anticipated annual value of the contract for the different elements of the service excluding Vat are: Repairs and testing £433,471 Installations £177,600 Total per year £611,071 Possible total over 5 years £3,055,355 Possible value over 10 years £6,110,708 Lot 3 A combined lot of lots 1 and 2. Please note lot 3 IS NOT an additional lot but is a variant of lots 1 and 2. Therefore the potential annual lot 3 value is £1,727,262 and the total 10 year value £17,272,618 being the combined value of lots 1 and 2

ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CORRECTIVE, PLANNED AND EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE OF CORPORATE PROPERTIES FOR ST EDMUNDSBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL AND FOREST HEATH DISTRICT COUNCIL

 | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline April 27, 2016
cpvs
45310000

The Council is inviting tenders for the electrical and mechanical corrective maintenance of corporate properties including planned and emergency maintenance to sites within the boundaries of the Borough of St. Edmundsbury and the District of Forest Heath using the JCT Measured Term Contract 2011. A guide to the works involved in each trade group and the approximate values of works per annum can be found in the Scope of Works document. The Contract will be for a period of four years commencing on 1 August 2016.

Great Tapestry of Scotland

Scottish Borders Council | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 3, 2015
cpvs
45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently committed to the delivery of a new building on land owned by Scottish Borders Council at Tweedbank that will provide the permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland. The new Great Tapestry of Scotland Museum will be a high class visitor attraction and an asset of architectural importance to the Borders. It will provide a properly designed solution for displaying the Tapestry and be an instantly recognisable setting to hold Local and International events. SBC intends to appoint a contractor to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the contractor. The terms and conditions of these contracts will not be changed by the novation process. Please see existing design team below: - Architect (Lead Consultant) – Page & Park - Civil & Structural Engineer – Goodson Associates - Landscape Architect – Harrisonstevens - Mechanical & Electrical – Atelier Ten - Fire Engineer – Atelier Ten The Great Tapestry of Scotland (the Tapestry) is a unique community arts project to stitch the entire story of Scotland from pre-history to modern times. The Tapestry is a linear pictorial history of Scotland depicting key events going back 12,000 years. It is also the world’s longest tapestry at 143 metres (469 ft) and consists of 160 separate panels. CPV: 45210000.

Broomlands and Langlee Primary Schools Design and Build Projects Scottish Borders

Scottish Borders Council | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
McLaughlin & Harvey
cpvs
45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently approved funding for the construction of 2 new primary school (PS) buildings, 1 at Broomlands PS in Kelso and the other at Langlee PS in Galashiels.

SBC intends to appoint a contractor(s) to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the successful contractor(s). Details of design team as detailed below:

Architect — Stallan Brand;

Mechanical and Electrical Engineer — Davie McCulloch;

Civil and Structural Engineer — Goodson Associates Ltd;

Landscaping — LDA Design;

Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten;

Acoustician — New Acoustics.

Broomlands PS will be spread over 2 floors with an approx. GIFA of 3 200m2. Langlee PS will be spread over 3 floors with an approx. GIFA of 4 100m2.

Both schools will incorporate a nursery, primary teaching rooms, games hall, catering kitchen, dining facilities, MUGA pitch and associated staff accommodation areas. In addition, Langlee PS will also incorporate separate. Additional Support Needs teaching areas.

It is anticipated each development(s) will be built alongside the existing school(s), which will be in occupation during the duration of the construction period. Once the development(s) has been completed and the school transferred to the new building(s), the original building(s) will be demolished to make way for landscaping and car parking.

SBC's principal objectives are to deliver innovative educational and community facilities that make a significant contribution and presence within the communities which they serve.

Contractor(s) selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline in-line with SBC's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

1097 Complex Needs Centre, Earlston

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Border Construction Ltd T/A Esh Border Construction
cpvs
391010

This contract is for the Principal Contractor to construct a new, small, school building for children with complex needs, primarily autism. The building is to be located within the existing Earlston Primary School campus and will therefore require construction works to be delivered in a live school environment with restricted access arrangements. The Construction will be traditional masonry cavity walls with a rendered finish externally. A section of wall will be completed in profile steel sheet as a feature and will have additional steel structure. All internal walls are masonry for acoustic and impact reasons. The roof will be a profiled metal sheet on engineered timber joists. A large, feature rooflight also forms an integral part of the design. External windows and doors will be aluminium. Building heating will be gas boilers with underfloor heating distribution. External works will include the development of a detailed hard and soft landscaped garden as well as fencing and road surfacing. The approximate value of the contract is £1.1 million. Only Principal Contractors of the highest calibre and with proven experience of delivering new educational buildings in such an environment will be considered. The tender package will be fully detailed, but will have a number of limited Contractor Design Portions related to mechanical and electrical services. Principal Contractors will need to demonstrate their experience as Designers for such matters. the building is to be assessed for Secure By Design accreditation which has an effect on the chosen specifications for materials. Principal Contractors selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline and have white status in line with Scottish Borders Council's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

Bury College — Planned Preventative Maintenance Services, Mechanical and Electrical Services.

Bury College | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 25, 2016
cpvs
50000000, 71334000, 71314100, 45259000

Bury College are tendering for the provision of planned preventative maintenance services to be carried out at the campus located in Bury, Greater Manchester. The contract will be for a duration of 3 years with an option to extend. Note the asset list provided at the 1st stage is correct as of 2012 and will be updated by the College before a shortlist of suppliers to the 2nd stage.

Great Tapestry of Scotland.

Scottish Borders Council | Published September 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 3, 2015
cpvs
45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently committed to the delivery of a new building on land owned by Scottish Borders Council at Tweedbank that will provide the permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland. The new Great Tapestry of Scotland Museum will be a high class visitor attraction and an asset of architectural importance to the Borders. It will provide a properly designed solution for displaying the Tapestry and be an instantly recognisable setting to hold Local and International events. SBC intends to appoint a contractor to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the contractor. The terms and conditions of these contracts will not be changed by the novation process. Please see existing design team below: — Architect (Lead Consultant) — Page and Park; — Civil & Structural Engineer — Goodson Associates; — Landscape Architect — Harrisonstevens; — Mechanical and Electrical — Atelier 10; — Fire Engineer — Atelier 10. The Great Tapestry of Scotland (the Tapestry) is a unique community arts project to stitch the entire story of Scotland from pre-history to modern times. The Tapestry is a linear pictorial history of Scotland depicting key events going back 12 000 years. It is also the world's longest tapestry at 143 metres (469 ft) and consists of 160 separate panels. 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 pqq_1366 — Great Tapestry of Scotland under PQQs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the drop-down. 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.

Installation of replacement kitchen units and sanitary appliances 2016-2019.

The Havebury Housing Partnership | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
45421151

Installation of replacement kitchen units, sanitary appliances with associated gas and electrical works and other adaptations to bathrooms and formation of ramps/steps.

Wrexham Voids and Responsive

Mitie | Published January 28, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45300000, 45400000

Responsive Repairs and Void works with the Wrexham Area. Covering all the below contents of work; Excavation & Earthwork Demolition External Works Fencing & Gates Concrete Work Brickwork and Blockwork Roofing Woodwork Metalwork Plastering and other floor, wall and ceiling finishes Painting & Decorating Glazing Plumbing Heating Electrical Installation Injected Damp Proof Courses

echelon Housing Partnership — Managed Stores Framework.

Echelon Housing Partnership | Published October 2, 2015
Winner
Travis Perkins Trading Company Limited
cpvs
44100000, 03419000, 03419100, 09331000, 14210000, 14212200, 18143000, 31174000, 30237280, 31211000, 31211100, 31211200, 31230000, 31625100, 31500000, 31625300, 31680000, 35120000, 43320000, 43830000, 44110000, 44111000, 44111100, 44111200, 44111300, 44111400, 44111500, 44111520, 44111530, 44111540, 44111600, 44111700, 44111800, 44111900, 44112200, 44112410, 44112420, 44112430, 44112500, 44112600, 44113100, 44114200, 44115000, 44115100, 44115200, 44115800, 44140000, 44163110, 44190000, 44191000, 44212381, 44221000, 44221220, 44221200, 44231000, 44300000, 44316000, 44400000, 44410000, 44411000, 44411100, 44411200, 44411300, 44411400, 44411700, 44424100, 44500000, 44512000, 44620000, 44621221, 44621200, 44621220, 44622000, 44622100, 44800000, 44812400, 44830000

The supply of building and construction materials, pipes and fittings, electrical supplies and accessories, kitchen and bathroom fittings through a single provider. This includes provision of a managed stores service. echelon Housing Partnership (eHP) is a new ‘not-for-profit’ affordable housing provider that is currently in the process of registration with the Homes and Communities Agency. eHP has appointed a shadow board and is targeting registration by April 2015. eHP is being created to provide the sector with niche requirements in the following areas: — Management of distressed stock, — Management of Private Rental Sector (PRS) stock, — Development and management of affordable housing, — Procurement of frameworks for supply, services and works contracts with any revenue being reinvested in affordable housing.

Echelon Housing Partnership — Managed Stores Framework.

Echelon Housing Partnership | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
cpvs
44100000, 03419000, 03419100, 09331000, 14210000, 14212200, 18143000, 31174000, 30237280, 31211000, 31211100, 31211200, 31230000, 31625100, 31500000, 31625300, 31680000, 35120000, 43320000, 43830000, 44110000, 44111000, 44111100, 44111200, 44111300, 44111400, 44111500, 44111520, 44111530, 44111540, 44111600, 44111700, 44111800, 44111900, 44112200, 44112410, 44112420, 44112430, 44112500, 44112600, 44113100, 44114200, 44115000, 44115100, 44115200, 44115800, 44140000, 44163110, 44190000, 44191000, 44212381, 44221000, 44221220, 44221200, 44231000, 44300000, 44316000, 44400000, 44410000, 44411000, 44411100, 44411200, 44411300, 44411400, 44411700, 44424100, 44500000, 44512000, 44620000, 44621221, 44621200, 44621220, 44622000, 44622100, 44800000, 44812400, 44830000

The supply of building and construction materials, pipes and fittings, electrical supplies and accessories, kitchen and bathroom fittings through a single provider. This includes provision of a managed stores service. echelon Housing Partnership (eHP) is a new ‘not for profit' affordable housing provider that is currently in the process of registration with the Homes and Communities Agency. eHP has appointed a shadow board and is targeting registration by April 2015. eHP is being created to provide the sector with niche requirements in the following areas: — Management of distressed Stock; — Management of Private Rental Sector (PRS) stock; — Development and management of affordable housing; — Procurement of frameworks for supply, services and works contracts with any revenue being reinvested in affordable housing.

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products

St Helens Council | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
cpvs
39000000

Contract for the supply of equipment and furniture to Discretionary Welfare Assistance Scheme

Note to Tenderer: You are advised to read this Document carefully before signing and returning your Tender. The Discretionary Welfare Assistance Scheme provides support to vulnerable residents who require help to establish or maintain a home independently in the community by providing goods in kind. The Council provides furniture, new (or refurbished) and new electrical items to assist people who meet a qualifying criteria. The Council, is seeking to select a supplier who, on a call off basis, can deliver and, where appropriate, install a range of furniture and white goods in resident's homes within the borough of St Helens. Typical orders will consist of one or more of the following items: bed and bedding; the supply and installation of electric items (White Goods): fridge or fridge Freezer; washing machine; electric cooker (occasionally gas).

Project management consultancy services

West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
72224000, 71530000, 71311000, 71312000

Project management consultancy services. Civil engineering consultancy services. Structural engineering consultancy services. The West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust invites expressions of interest for the provision of a Consultancy Framework Team to provide the following services: project management, architectural, interior design, structural and civil engineering, mechanical and electrical design, quantity surveying, planning supervision, clerk of works, town and city planning consultancy. In addition to the above core services, the team maybe required to provide through in-house services and/or via additional consultants bolt-on services detailed within.

Broomlands & Langlee Primary Schools Design & Build Projects Scottish Borders

Scottish Borders Council | Published July 13, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
45210000, 45210000, 45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently approved funding for the construction of two new primary school (PS) buildings, one at Broomlands PS in Kelso and the other at Langlee PS in Galashiels. SBC intends to appoint a contractor(s) to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the successful contractor(s). Details of design team as detailed below: Architect - Stallan Brand Mechanical & Electrical Engineer - Davie McCulloch Civil & Structural Engineer - Goodson Associates Ltd Landscaping - LDA Design Fire Engineer - Atelier Ten Acoustician - New Acoustics Broomlands PS will be spread over two floors with an approx GIFA of 3,200m2. Langlee PS will be spread over three floors with an approx GIFA of 4,100m2. Both schools will incorporate a nursery,primary teaching rooms, games hall, catering kitchen,dining facilities, MUGA pitch and associated staff accommodation areas. In addition, Langlee PS will also incorporate seperate Additional Support Needs teaching areas. It is anticipated each development(s) will be built alongside the existing school(s), which will be in occupation during the duration of the construction period. Once the developmen(s)has been completed and the school transfered to the new building(s),the original building(s)will be demolished to make way for landscaping and car parking. SBC's principal objectives are to deliver innovative educational and community facilities that make a significant contribution and presence within the communities which they serve. Contractor(s) selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline in line with SBC's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy. CPV: 45210000.

1097 Complex Needs Centre, Earlston

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
cpvs
391010

This contract is for the Principal Contractor to construct a new, small, school building for children with complex needs, primarily autism. The building is to be located within the existing Earlston Primary School campus and will therefore require construction works to be delivered in a live school environment with restricted access arrangements. The Construction will be traditional masonry cavity walls with a rendered finish externally. A section of wall will be completed in profile steel sheet as a feature and will have additional steel structure. All internal walls are masonry for acoustic and impact reasons. The roof will be a profiled metal sheet on engineered timber joists. A large, feature rooflight also forms an integral part of the design. External windows and doors will be aluminium. Building heating will be gas boilers with underfloor heating distribution. External works will include the development of a detailed hard and soft landscaped garden as well as fencing and road surfacing. The approximate value of the contract is £1.1 million. Only Principal Contractors of the highest calibre and with proven experience of delivering new educational buildings in such an environment will be considered. The tender package will be fully detailed, but will have a number of limited Contractor Design Portions related to mechanical and electrical services. Principal Contractors will need to demonstrate their experience as Designers for such matters. the building is to be assessed for Secure By Design accreditation which has an effect on the chosen specifications for materials. Principal Contractors selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline and have white status in line with Scottish Borders Council's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

Electricity contract

 | Published June 10, 2016
cpvs
09310000

Electricity supply contract

Responsive Repairs and Maintenance Contract to Council Assets 2016 — 2018.

St Helens Council | Published February 12, 2016  -  Deadline March 8, 2016
cpvs
50000000

St Helens Council is seeking to appoint 1 contractor to carry out minor building maintenance and responsive repairs within the Council's corporate buildings to approximately 140 sites.

The work will fall into 2 areas:

1. Responsive repairs on a 24 hour call out basis.

2. Additional repairs / improvements identified up to a value of 5 000 GBP.

In addition the contractor appointed for 1 and 2 above will be included in a panel of tenderers that conforms to the Council's Standing Orders within the Council's constitution for works over 5 000 GBP in value.

Areas of work to be included are:

Brickwork,

Joinery,

Roofing,

Electrical,

Plumbing,

Plastering,

Painting / Decorating,

Ground Works,

Drainage,

Glazing,

Floor Finishes,

Scaffolding,

All submissions must be sent through the Chest. Submissions sent via any other method will not be accepted.

Please ensure that you leave enough time to upload your documents before the closing date/time, as late submissions may not be accepted.

Broomlands and Langlee Primary Schools Design and Build Projects Scottish Borders.

Scottish Borders Council | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
45210000

Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently approved funding for the construction of two new primary school (PS) buildings, one at Broomlands PS in Kelso and the other at Langlee PS in Galashiels. SBC intends to appoint a contractor(s) to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the successful contractor(s). Details of design team as detailed below: Architect — Stallan Brand Mechanical & Electrical Engineer — Davie McCulloch Civil & Structural Engineer — Goodson Associates Ltd Landscaping — LDA Design Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten Acoustician — New Acoustics Broomlands PS will be spread over two floors with an approx GIFA of 3,200m2. Langlee PS will be spread over three floors with an approx GIFA of 4,100m2. Both schools will incorporate a nursery,primary teaching rooms, games hall, catering kitchen,dining facilities, MUGA pitch and associated staff accommodation areas. In addition, Langlee PS will also incorporate seperate Additional Support Needs teaching areas. It is anticipated each development(s) will be built alongside the existing school(s), which will be in occupation during the duration of the construction period. Once the developmen(s)has been completed and the school transfered to the new building(s),the original building(s)will be demolished to make way for landscaping and car parking. SBC's principal objectives are to deliver innovative educational and community facilities that make a significant contribution and presence within the communities which they serve. Contractor(s) selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline in line with SBC's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy. 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 4408 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.

Electricity Supply contract

 | Published March 1, 2016
Winner
Total Gas and Power Limited
cpvs
09310000

Electricity Supply contract