City of Edinburgh Council Works Framework - Lot 1 Electrical Installation Works
David Love | Published December 23, 2015 - Deadline December 23, 2015
The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to appoint up to six suitably experienced and qualified Electrical Engineering Contractors to undertake a series of undefined refurbishment and upgrading projects to Council Properties. The estimated total cost of the works is £6,000,000.00 over the four years of the agreement with individual projects ranging in cost from GBP25, 000 to GBP1, 500,000.
Generally the work will consist of mains and sub main distribution, mains and sub main switchgear, lighting and power, emergency lighting, fire alarms and other life safe systems, public address systems, structured network cabling such as Cat. 5e and Cat. 6, single and 3Ph motors, plant machinery and equipment, PAT testing & fixed wire testing and security, CCTV and communications systems within the City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) site boundaries or other permitted developments. Although the contract will predominantly be for refurbishment works there may be a requirement to undertake new build works as part of the agreement.
Applicants must have a customer focussed approach and will be expected to work closely and co-operate with the Client, Project Team (in-house and external consultants) building users and other stakeholders.
It should be noted that the volume and value of projects instructed under this contract are indicative of historical work programmes and cannot be guaranteed. No claim for loss of profit, direct or indirect disruption costs or loss/expense will be considered where the volume and value of the works instructed under this contract varies from those stated.
The agreement shall be for a three year period commencing in October 2016 to October 2019, subject to an annual performance review. The agreement may be extended for a further year, by mutual agreement, to 2020.
This Contract will predominantly be used by the City of Edinburgh Council but can also be utilised by the Council’s Arms Length Organisations.