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Electrical services

Hampshire County Council | Published September 20, 2016
cpvs
71314100, 71630000, 71631300

The proposed Electrical Testing and Inspection Contract is to cover a programme of electrical testing and inspection of fixed wired installations across a range of properties owned or managed by Hampshire County Council, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Services and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire. Property types that comprise the programme includes but is not limited to schools, special schools, corporate offices including data centres, day care centres, residential care, nursing care, libraries and museums, leisure centres, country parks, farms, residential housing, scheduled monuments, police and fire stations. The Contract will encompass:

Repair and Maintenance Services of Electrical Building Installations.

Sparsholt College Hampshire | Published October 22, 2015
Winner
Kennet Electrical
cpvs
50711000

Electrical Repair and Maintenance.

Electrical services

Hampshire County Council | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017
cpvs
71314100, 71630000, 71631300, 50710000

Hampshire County Council (HCC) invites applications from suitably experienced organisation who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the for Electrical Testing and Inspections for fixed wired installations and associated minor repairs Term Contract 2017 — 2022 (extendable to 2027 subject to satisfactory performance).

The purpose of this Tender is to secure a single contractor to provide electrical testing and inspection services of fixed wired installations and associated minor repairs across a range of properties owned or managed by Hampshire County Council, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Services, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, and the Isle of Wight Council.

Property types that comprise the programme includes but is not limited to schools, special schools, academies, faith schools, corporate offices, including data centres, day care centres, residential care, nursing care, libraries and museums, leisure centres, country parks, farms, residential housing, scheduled monuments, police and fire stations.

The contract will encompass:

— an annual programme of prescribed properties and required works;

— the rigorous 100 % electrical testing, inspection and certification of the fixed wired installations of buildings in the programme;

— reporting of faults found;

— provision of an Electrical Installation Condition Report, complete with list of coded defects for each designated building;

— an inclusive 100 % review of the buildings electrical system (excluding communications and IT);

— complete re-labelling, re-charting and the provision of schematic drawings;

— updating the Hampshire County Council Database for each property via web access.

To participate in this procurement, parties should register their interest in the contract via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the Pre-qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on 23.1.2017.

The PQQ can be accessed, when logged into In-Tend, by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs — ‘Tender’, ‘PQQ — documents’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (PQQ) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’. Continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view/download the documents.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download and upload documents/returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend site under ‘Help’ or ‘information for Suppliers’ buttons.

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain ‘@intend.co.uk’ to your Safe Senders list.

It is intended to issue successful applicants with final tender documents in 28 February 2017. The deadline for submission of tender responses will be 30.3.2017.

Invitations will be issued to Tenderers following PQQ evaluation.

Hampshire's Mechanical and Electrical Minor Works Framework.

Hampshire County Council | Published October 30, 2015
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45300000, 45310000, 45330000, 45350000, 45350000, 45330000, 45350000, 45330000, 45350000, 45330000, 45310000, 45310000, 45310000

This notice gives prior information of a forthcoming procurement process to establish a local framework for mechanical and electrical minor works in the County of Hampshire; the Unitary Authorities of Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight (IOW), and Reading Borough Council. The framework is to be procured by Hampshire County Council. The framework will be open for use by all non-housing public sector organisations identified in Section VI Complementary Information, VI.2 Additional Information. Hampshire County Council already have in place construction frameworks to deliver works in the public sector, for projects in excess of 1 000 000 GBP in value. The proposed new framework will replace certain existing frameworks as those frameworks expire. The proposed Hampshire's Mechanical and Electrical Minor Works framework will be the leading OJEU compliant procurement vehicle operating cross Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Reading for the delivery of minor works mechanical and electrical projects in the public sector covering a variety of value bands from £1 — £500,000 depending on the Lot. The framework is intended primarily for use by Hampshire County Council, however it will be open for use by all public sector organisations identified in Section VI Complementary Information, VI.2 Additional Information. The framework will comprise of six lots by discipline and value band as noted below: Lot 1 Mechanical Works (excluding IOW) Project Value 1 — 75 000 GBP — average order value of 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 3 000 000 GBP to 5 000 000 GBP Lot 2 Mechanical Works Project Value 75 000 GBP — 500 000 GBP — average order value of £180,000 with anticipated annual spend between 1 500 000 GBP to 3 000 000 GBP Lot 3 Mechanical Works IOW only Project Value 1 — 75 000 GBP — average order value of 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 200 000 GBP to 400 000 GBP Lot 4 Electrical Works (excluding IOW) Project Value 1 — 75 000 GBP — average order value of 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 1 500 000 GBP to 3 000 000 GBP Lot 5 Electrical Works Project Value 75 000 GBP — 500 000 GBP — average order value of £85,000 with anticipated annual spend between 500 000 GBP to 1 000 000 GBP Lot 6 Electrical Works IOW only Project Value 1 — 75 000 GBP — average order value 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 200 000 GBP to 400 000 GBP Contractors interested in this procurement are invited to attend a Supplier Engagement Day hosted by Hampshire County Council. The purpose of the Supplier Day Event is to: — Inform contractors of the aims, objectives and scope of the framework, — Elicit interest from contractors in the various lots of the framework, Hampshire County Council's Mechanical and Electrical Minor Works Framework Supplier Day: 24.11.2015 14:00 — 16:30 Bapsy Hall, Winchester Guildhall, The Broadway, Winchester, SO23 9LJ. Please confirm your attendance at the event in advance by emailing procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk. by no later than Wednesday 11.11.2015 Please title your email: Hampshire's Mechanical and Electrical Minor Works Supplier Engagement Day; Please state on your email: Company name; The Lot or Lots your are interested in; and the names of attendees (maximum 2 representatives). Please note we are only looking for contractors who are willing to work across the whole of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Reading areas. The estimated date of publication of the Contract Notice is 23.5.2016.

SOJ-JPH-T- General Hospital Theatre Extension - Mechanical & Electrical Installation

States of Jersey | Published July 18, 2014  -  Deadline August 4, 2014
cpvs
72000000

Contracting Works: The Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services for 2No. new operating theatres and refurbishment of 4 No. 

Sparsholt College Hampshire (incorporating Andover College) Electrical Maintenance Term Contract.

Sparsholt College Hampshire | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
cpvs
50711000

The Contracting Authority requires the appointment of an experienced contractor to undertake electrical maintenance and associated repairs and minor improvement works at its sites in Winchester and Andover, Hampshire, UK. Both sites are further education colleges.

Repair and maintenance services of electrical and mechanical building installations

Hampshire County Council | Published August 24, 2016
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Hampshire County Council (HCC) currently have 3 Term Maintenance Contracts (TMC) covering the provision of ‘Hard’ Facilities Management Services (Hard FM) across the county for their Corporate Estate and other key partner organisations. These TMC are due to expire during 2017 and as part of the future planning of our next generation of services we are publishing this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify suppliers of the imminent tender exercise. This follows a Supplier Early Engagement event in January 2016. The Services will include the management of mechanical and electrical cyclical and reactive maintenance, with Help desk facilities available to the Authority.

Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical) Term Maintenance

Hampshire County Council | Published October 28, 2016
cpvs
50710000, 31000000, 45450000, 50700000, 50700000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Engineering Term Maintenance Contract (F07137P). It is envisaged the Contract will commence on or around 1.5.2017 and will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by a further 5 years during year 4 of the Contract.

It is envisaged that the Contractor (s) will provide the following services:

— Statutory compliance;

— Building and engineering servicing and reactive maintenance;

Electrical, Mechanical and catering maintenance — reactive, servicing and minor works;

— Building fabric reactive maintenance and minor works;

— Out of hours response;

— Help desk service.

The proposed approach is to separate the building/engineering services maintenance and repair function from the building fabric repair function as currently provided and replace with 4 different providers e.g.

1. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC East Hampshire;

2. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC West Hampshire;

3. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC East Hampshire;

4. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC West Hampshire.

This Notice is for #s 1 and 2 above (only).

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the Invitation to Tender (including the online In-Tend Questionnaire together with the completed Files 7, 8 and 9 as requested by 14:00 on Thursday 2.2.2017.

How to obtain the Tender Documents

The Invitation to Tender can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details “on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs— ‘Tender’, PQQ — Documents' ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 1st tab (Tender —Documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision.

You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend site under the ‘Help’ or ”Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Alternatively, if you require training to guide you through the In-Tend system, please email procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than 02.12.2016.

Receiving Notification Emails

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your Safe Senders list.

Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical) Term Maintenance

Hampshire County Council | Published October 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2017
cpvs
50710000, 31000000, 45450000, 50700000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Engineering Term Maintenance Contract (F07137P). It is envisaged the Contract will commence on or around 1.5.2017 and will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by a further 5 years during year 4 of the Contract.

It is envisaged that the Contractor (s) will provide the following services:

— Statutory compliance;

— Building and engineering servicing and reactive maintenance;

Electrical, Mechanical and catering maintenance — reactive, servicing and minor works;

— Building fabric reactive maintenance and minor works;

— Out of hours response;

— Help desk service.

The proposed approach is to separate the building/engineering services maintenance and repair function from the building fabric repair function as currently provided and replace with 4 different providers e.g.

1. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC East Hampshire;

2. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC West Hampshire;

3. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC East Hampshire;

4. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC West Hampshire.

This Notice is for #s 1 and 2 above (only).

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the Invitation to Tender (including the online In-Tend Questionnaire together with the completed Files 7, 8 and 9 as requested by 14:00 on Thursday 2.2.2017.

How to obtain the Tender Documents

The Invitation to Tender can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details “on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs— ‘Tender’, PQQ — Documents' ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 1st tab (Tender —Documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision.

You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend site under the ‘Help’ or ”Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Alternatively, if you require training to guide you through the In-Tend system, please email procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than 02.12.2016.

Receiving Notification Emails

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your Safe Senders list.

Hampshire's Mechanical and Electrical Minor Works Framework

Hampshire County Council | Published May 28, 2016
cpvs
45300000, 45310000, 45350000, 50700000, 45351000, 45350000, 50700000, 45351000, 45350000, 50700000, 45351000, 45310000, 45300000, 50700000, 45310000, 45300000, 50700000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Creation of a framework agreement covering 4 lots; 2 for electrical services and 2 for Mechanical Services.

It is envisaged the Framework will commence on or around the first quarter of 2017 and will be for a period of 4 years.

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on Tuesday 28.6.2016.

How to obtain the PQQ Documents

The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs — ‘Tender’, PQQ — Documents' ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (PQQ — Documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision.

You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Alternatively, if you require training to guide you through the In-tend system, please email procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than 8.6.2016.

Receiving Notification Emails

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your Safe Senders list.

Electrical equipment and apparatus

Hampshire County Council | Published February 1, 2017
cpvs
31600000, 31610000, 31681500

Hampshire County Council (HCC) seeks to understand through this Notice, the Electric Vehicle (EV) charging market and its various deployment models and options to support its future EV charging deployment activity. HCC owns 14 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points around Hampshire and the Southern region and has a third party management contract in place for these points. There is pressure from the growth of the EV sales Nationally and in Hampshire to increase the wider charging point network to support this growth and ensure the transition from fossil fuel vehicles is supported within its and its public sector partners facilities. The benefits of providing EV charge points is supports the reduction of HCC's carbon footprint, encourages EV conversion for its own vehicle fleet, ensure continued accessibility for EV drivers to visit and benefit from Hampshire's public facing facilities, and continuation of revenue income from EV users which maintains income for its Cafe's and shops.

Hampshire County Council (HCC) owns 14 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points around Hampshire and the Southern region and has a third party management contract in place for these points. There is pressure from the growth of the EV sales Nationally and in Hampshire, to increase the wider charging point network to support this growth and ensure the transition from fossil fuel vehicles is supported within its and its public sector partners facilities. The benefits of providing EV charge points is supports the reduction of the Council's carbon footprint, encourages EV conversion for its own vehicle fleet, and ensure continued accessibility for EV drivers to visit and benefit from Hampshire's public facing facilities. A further benefit to the Council is the continuation of revenue income from EV users ‘dwell time’ at these facilities which maintains income for its Cafe's and shops.

SOJ-HSSD-T JGH - Bartlett Ward - Nurse Call

States of Jersey | Published August 2, 2013  -  Deadline August 15, 2013
cpvs
72000000

JGH Nurse Call Replacements, Rayner & Portelet Wards.

Electrical installation works associated with the replacement of existing nurse call systems within Jersey General Hospital.

Electrical contractors only.

 

 

SOJ-HSSD-T JGH - Emergency Lighting Replacement

States of Jersey | Published August 12, 2013  -  Deadline August 23, 2013
cpvs
72000000

JGH Emergency Lighting Replacements, Granite, 1960's and Parade Blocks.

Electrical installation works associated with the replacement/installation of new emergency lighting throughout 1960's, Granite and Parade Blocks of Jersey General hospital.

Electrical Contractors Only.

 

 

Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services

Sparsholt College | Published July 5, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
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This contract is for the mechanical servicing and electrical safety checks of all plant at Sparsholt and Andover Colleges. Servicing and maintenance must be carried out by a sufficient number of qualified staff who work to an industry best practice and all works shall comply with the latest Codes of Practice and to the latest British Standards. The Service provider must ensure that fully qualified specialists are employed where required. Refrigerant handlers must hold an appropriate F gas qualification in accordance with current regulations. All contractors working on-site must have been CRB checked. The contractor must be familiar with all aspects of the Health and Safety at Work Act with particular reference to asbestos and control of legionella. The Service will include:

Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services

Sparsholt College | Published January 6, 2017
Winner
Advanced Maintenance UK Ltd
cpvs
50800000

This contract is for the mechanical servicing and electrical safety checks of all plant at Sparsholt and Andover Colleges. Servicing and maintenance must be carried out by a sufficient number of qualified staff who work to an industry best practice and all works shall comply with the latest Codes of Practice and to the latest British Standards. The Service provider must ensure that fully qualified specialists are employed where required. Refrigerant handlers must hold an appropriate F gas qualification in accordance with current regulations. All contractors working on site must have been CRB checked. The contractor must be familiar with all aspects of the Health and Safety at Work Act with particular reference to asbestos and control of legionella. The Service will include:

— Routine Servicing, cleaning and inspection;

— Repairs and replacements of defective worn parts;

— Out of hours ‘call-out’ for breakdown situations;

— Minor works and repairs;

— Record keeping.

Vehicle Mounted Elevated Working Platform (VMEWP)

University of Southampton | Published May 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
45323000

VEHICLE MOUNTED ELEVATED WORKING PLATFORM (VMEWP) The University of Southampton Estates and Facilities electrical maintenance team consists of 16 Electricians and 3 Air conditioning technicians who are IPAF trained to use a VMEWP (Vehicle Mounted Elevated Working Platform). The team carry out day to day planned and reactive maintenance on the main University site and various satellite sites, collectively over 60 buildings altogether. Repairs and maintenance to high level lighting, electrical equipment and air conditioning systems are regularly carried out. The high level work and access can vary from lamp posts to equipment secured directly to the building fabric. The VMEWP is ideal for such varied angular access and preferred over scaffold, as it is cost and time effective. The University of Southampton, Estates & Facilities Electrical maintenance department has a requirement to carryout work at height where steps are not appropriate, such as lighting repairs on lamp posts of varying height and accessibility and other work on the side of buildings at heights greater than 3 meters. The department currently has a Vehicle Mounted Elevated Work Platform (VMEWP) which is now 11 years old and has served its purpose but requires continued repair and is becoming increasingly cost heavy and maintenance disruptive due to its age and continued usage (3 days a week average, over 40 weeks of the working year). The intention is to replace this vehicle with a new vehicle as this is more cost effective than hiring in a vehicle.

Infrastructure works consultancy services

Hampshire County Council | Published December 23, 2016
cpvs
71311300, 71311000, 71312000, 71313000, 79419000

Hampshire County Council are looking for a specialist service provider with extensive experience in assessing the detrimental effect of pylon poles, pipelines, overhead lines and cables on land value and development potential. This will include assessment and negotiation with the utility companies of cost effectiveness of compensation payments for existing infrastructure versus the cost of diversion.

The Council would also be interested to understand where similar services could be provided for other types of utilities (gas, water).

In relation to the description above the Council requests the market to respond to the following initial questions which will help shape our procurement strategy (please address the electrical utility first, with supplementary responses to other utilities you manage).

Experience — To fulfil this role extensive experience in utilities industry and a detailed understand of very complex development scenarios is required, please provide at least two supporting case studies to showcase your expertise in liaising with utility companies and negotiating the best possible terms and / or compensation for your client.

Pricing — Please provide detail of the typical fees and fee structure that could be adopted, e.g. fees linked to the level of compensation achieved or on a project specific fixed fee etc.

Capacity — Confirmation is required that the resources are available within your organisation to facilitate the scope of work required over the next 4 years.

The supply of Domestic Electric and Gas Appliances (Including Small Goods and Water Boilers).

Hampshire County Council | Published June 12, 2015
Winner
Your Electrical Supplies, Service & Solutions Ltd
cpvs
39700000, 39710000, 39711000, 39713000, 39715000, 39716000, 39717000, 39720000, 39721000, 39722000

The Framework Agreement is for the supply Domestic Electric and Gas Appliances (including small goods and water boilers) for Hampshire County Council, Local Authorities in partnership with Hampshire County Council, education establishments, Fire, Police and other non profit making institutions in Hampshire, and other members of the Central Buying Consortium (CBC) and their affiliates together other public sector bodies listed in Section VI.2 of this award notice. The Framework will be let for an initial 3 year period with the option to extend by 1 further year to a maximum of 4 years.

Building Fabric Term Maintenance

Hampshire County Council | Published October 26, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
cpvs
45210000, 45261910, 45261920

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Building Fabric Term Maintenance Contract (F07143P). It is envisaged the Contract will commence on or around 1.8.2017 and will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by a further 5 years during year 4 of the Contract.

It is envisaged that the Contractor (s) will provide the following services:

— Statutory compliance;

Electrical and mechanical and catering maintenance — reactive, servicing and minor works;

— Building fabric reactive maintenance and minor works;

— Out of hours response;

— Help desk service.

The proposed approach is to separate the building /engineering services maintenance and repair function from the building fabric repair function as currently provided and replace with 4 different providers. e.g.

1. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC East Hampshire;

2. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC West Hampshire;

3. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC East Hampshire;

4. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC West Hampshire.

This Notice is for #s 3 and 4 above (only).

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the Invitation to Tender (including the online In-Tend Questionnaire together with the completed Files 7, 8 and 9 as requested by 14:00 on Monday 31.1.2017.

How to obtain the Tender Documents

The Invitation to Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details “on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs— ‘Tender’, PQQ — Documents' ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 1st tab (Tender —Documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision. You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’. Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ”Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Alternatively, if you require training to guide you through the In-tend system, please email procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than 30.11.2016.

Receiving Notification Emails

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your Safe Senders list.

Building Fabric Term Maintenance

Hampshire County Council | Published October 26, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45261910, 45261920, 45210000, 45210000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Building Fabric Term Maintenance Contract (F07143P). It is envisaged the Contract will commence on or around 1.8.2017 and will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by a further 5 years during year 4 of the Contract.

It is envisaged that the Contractor (s) will provide the following services:

— Statutory compliance;

Electrical and mechanical and catering maintenance — reactive, servicing and minor works;

— Building fabric reactive maintenance and minor works;

— Out of hours response;

— Help desk service.

The proposed approach is to separate the building /engineering services maintenance and repair function from the building fabric repair function as currently provided and replace with 4 different providers. e.g.

1. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC East Hampshire;

2. (F07137P) Building/engineering services maintenance and repair TMC West Hampshire;

3. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC East Hampshire;

4. (F07143P) Building fabric repair TMC West Hampshire.

This Notice is for #s 3 and 4 above (only).

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the Invitation to Tender (including the online In-Tend Questionnaire together with the completed Files 7, 8 and 9 as requested by 14:00 on Monday 31.1.2017.

How to obtain the Tender Documents

The Invitation to Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details “on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs— ‘Tender’, PQQ — Documents' ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 1st tab (Tender —Documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision. You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’. Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance.

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ”Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Alternatively, if you require training to guide you through the In-tend system, please email procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than 30.11.2016.

Receiving Notification Emails

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your Safe Senders list.

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