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Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Falkirk Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
cpvs
71314300, 71314200

Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces.

Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces.

The current EPC format for Dwelling EPCs implemented from 1.10.2012 is to be used, unless superceded by an updated format over the lifetime of the framework.

An initial electronic copy and two further ‘physical’ copies of the fully completed and comprehensive EPCs in full colour produced by means of the IT packages of one of the Scottish Government EPC Approved Organisations

Each EPC must be specific to the property and must be registered on the Scottish Energy Performance Certificate Register.

The Reduced Data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP) shall be utilised for assessing energy performance of existing dwellings.

The Service Provider must be registered with one of the EPC Approved Organisations which the Scottish Government Building Standards Division (BSD) has entered into protocols to deliver EPCs.

All Service Provider operatives and any sub-contractors who are actively responsible for conducting Surveys and collating the resultant data leading to the production of EPCs (EPC Assessors) must have their details recorded in the form of an ‘active’ listing on the Scottish EPC Register.

Service Provider operatives undertaking EPC Survey work on this contract are to have attended Asbestos Awareness Training.

Contract will not be divided into lots as it is not suitable due to the survey feeding into the provision of the Energy Performance Certificates.

Contract will run from 1.10.2017 to 30.9.2021.

Provision of Energy Performance Certificates to Falkirk Council Housing Properties.

Falkirk Council | Published July 13, 2017
cpvs
71314300

Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 280 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 71314200 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKM26 Main site or place of performance: Council Housing Properties within the Falkirk Council Area. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces. The current EPC format for Dwelling EPCs implemented from 1.10.2012 is to be used, unless superceded by an updated format over the lifetime of the framework. An initial electronic copy and 2 further ‘physical’ copies of the fully completed and comprehensive EPCs in full colour produced by means of the IT packages of one of the Scottish Government EPC Approved Organisations. Each EPC must be specific to the property and must be registered on the Scottish Energy Performance Certificate Register. The Reduced Data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP) shall be utilised for assessing energy performance of existing dwellings. The Service Provider must be registered with one of the EPC Approved Organisations which the Scottish Government Building Standards Division (BSD) has entered into protocols to deliver EPCs. All Service Provider operatives and any sub-contractors who are actively responsible for conducting Surveys and collating the resultant data leading to the production of EPCs (EPC Assessors) must have their details recorded in the form of an ‘active’ listing on the Scottish EPC Register. Service Provider operatives undertaking EPC Survey work on this contract are to have attended Asbestos Awareness Training. Contract will not be divided into lots as it is not suitable due to the survey feeding into the provision of the Energy Performance Certificates. Contract will run from 1.10.2017 to 30.9.2021. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Qualitative criteria assessment / Weighting: 22 % Price / Weighting: 78 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Exclusion: Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 048-088140 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: CHS/177/17 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 04/07/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 8 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 7 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 8 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Everwarm Ltd 3 Inchcorse Place, Whitehill Industrial Estate, West Lothian Bathgate EH48 2EE UK Telephone: +44 1506638600 NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor E.ON Energy Installation Services Westwood Way Coventry CV4 8LG UK Telephone: +44 7773475228 NUTS: UKG33 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Pennington Choices Ltd The Old Barn Brookfield House, Tarporley Road, Cheshire Warrington WA4 4EA UK Telephone: +44 1928568842 NUTS: UKD22 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 340 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 280 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information (SC Ref: 503856). VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Falkirk Council Municipal Buildings, West Bridge Street Falkirk FK1 5RS UK Telephone: +44 1324506566 E-mail: purchasing@falkirk.gov.uk Internet address(es) URL: http://www.falkirk.gov.uk VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 11/07/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: purchasing@falkirk.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 71314300Energy-efficiency consultancy servicesEnergy and related services 71314200Energy-management servicesEnergy and related services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Proposed Upgrading Works to Residential Properties, Various, Brightons, Redding and Reddingmuirhead

Falkirk Council | Published February 18, 2016
Winner
Ailsa Building Contractors Ltd
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

- Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing.
- The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc.
- There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc.
- These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit.
- The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types.
- The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier.
- The Council will be engaging with Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding for aspects of these projects, and as such all successful bidders will be expected to demonstrate how they will comply with the requirements of the latest edition of ‘PAS 2030, – Specification for installation process, process management and service provision’ in respect of the installation of energy efficiency measures included under the Green Deal. For example, such compliance could be demonstrated by the provision of PAS certification details for installers of specific energy efficiency measures. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Upgrading Works to Residential Properties, Various Addresses, Glen Village and Shieldhill

Falkirk Council | Published December 7, 2015
Winner
Stewart & Shields Ltd
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

- Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. - The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. - There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. - These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. - The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. - The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. - The Council will be engaging with Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding for aspects of these projects, and as such all successful bidders will be expected to demonstrate how they will comply with the requirements of the latest edition of ‘PAS 2030, – Specification for installation process, process management and service provision’ in respect of the installation of energy efficiency measures included under the Green Deal. For example, such compliance could be demonstrated by the provision of PAS certification details for installers of specific energy efficiency measures. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Upgrading Works to Residential Properties, Various Addresses, Glen Village and Shieldhill

Falkirk Council | Published March 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

• Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. • The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. • There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. • These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. • The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. • The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. • The Council will be engaging with Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding for aspects of these projects, and as such all successful bidders will be expected to demonstrate how they will comply with the requirements of the latest edition of ‘PAS 2030, – Specification for installation process, process management and service provision’ in respect of the installation of energy efficiency measures included under the Green Deal. For example, such compliance could be demonstrated by the provision of PAS certification details for installers of specific energy efficiency measures. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Upgrading Works to Residential Properties, Various, Brightons, Redding and Reddingmuirhead

Falkirk Council | Published March 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

• Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. • The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. • There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. • These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. • The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. • The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. • The Council will be engaging with Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding for aspects of these projects, and as such all successful bidders will be expected to demonstrate how they will comply with the requirements of the latest edition of ‘PAS 2030, – Specification for installation process, process management and service provision’ in respect of the installation of energy efficiency measures included under the Green Deal. For example, such compliance could be demonstrated by the provision of PAS certification details for installers of specific energy efficiency measures. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Upgrading Works to Residential Properties, Various Addresses, Polmont and Redding

Falkirk Council | Published March 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

• Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. • The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. • There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. • These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. • The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. • The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. • The Council will be engaging with Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding for aspects of these projects, and as such all successful bidders will be expected to demonstrate how they will comply with the requirements of the latest edition of ‘PAS 2030, – Specification for installation process, process management and service provision’ in respect of the installation of energy efficiency measures included under the Green Deal. For example, such compliance could be demonstrated by the provision of PAS certification details for installers of specific energy efficiency measures. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Replacement Heating System at Grangemouth Enterprise Centre

Falkirk Council | Published December 4, 2014
Winner
Truedeal Building Services Ltd
cpvs
399999

The works covered comprise: -Removal of existing gas fired wet radiator central heating system to multiple small/medium flexible office suites and common areas. -Installation of new zoned energy efficient gas fired wet radiator system throughout, including all associated builder works.

Proposed Upgrading Works And Securing Of ECO Funding to Residential Properties, Various Addresses

Falkirk Council | Published December 15, 2015
Winner
A.C. Whyte & Co. Ltd.
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

- Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. - The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. - There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. - These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. - The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. - The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. - The contractor will have to confirm they have ECO funding agreements or will have by the invitation to tender submission deadline to fund CERO and/or CSCO projects.. Please note that this will be assessed under the compliance section with a Yes/No response required. - The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have carried out upgrading works including re-roofing and external wall insulation to residential properties, for which ECO funding has been successfully achieved. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Upgrading Works And Securing Of ECO Funding to Residential Properties, Various Addresses

Falkirk Council | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

- Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards / Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing. - The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. - There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. / E.E.S.S.H. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. - These contracts may include the following house types: No Fines, Thain Chisolm, Whitsun Fairhurst, Anchor Timber, Banton, Timcon and Orlit. - The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. - The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier. - The contractor will have to confirm they have ECO funding agreements or will have by the invitation to tender submission deadline to fund CERO and/or CSCO projects.. Please note that this will be assessed under the compliance section with a Yes/No response required. - The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have carried out upgrading works including re-roofing and external wall insulation to residential properties, for which ECO funding has been successfully achieved. Please note that this will be assessed and scored under Capability Questions (Q1).

Proposed Gas Heating Replacement, Tygetshaugh Court- Flatted Complex, Dunipace

Falkirk Council | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs

• Removal of existing gas heating installation & radiators together with terminating of associated electrical connections as necessary • Supply and installation of new mechanical gas heating system • Installation of new building energy monitoring system (BEMS) • Associated builder work as necessary including alterations to plant room within the current establishment as required • Provision of temporary heating plant

Construction work

Forth Valley College | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45200000, 45210000, 45214000, 45214300, 45214310, 45214320, 45214500, 45220000

Forth Valley College (‘the College’) is seeking to appoint a single stage Design and Build Main Contractor (‘Contractor’) who will take on full responsibility for the New Falkirk Campus, including checking and completing the design and constructing the new Campus of approximately 20, 263 m².

The Construction phase is expected to be completed in a 23 month period, up until mid-August 2019, with the occupation of the building by the College no later than October 2019.

The Full Business Case for the new 20 263 sq.m Falkirk Campus has recently been approved by the Scottish Government with permission secured to proceed to OJEU/ESPD. A redacted version of the Full Business Case has been provided, however Bidders should note that this has been provided for information only, and that due to the design development process some aspects may have been superseded (see Appendix A, i and ii).

The role of the Contactor will be to check the proposed design, before completing the design and carrying out the Works to completion. The client Architect's design will be taken to RIBA Stage 4-, the client Civil and Structural Engineers and client Mechanical and Electrical Engineers designs will be taken to RIBA Stage 3+.

The accommodation will consist of two main blocks with the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block (over 2 floors) containing:

— classrooms

— computer workshops

— science laboratories

— staff workrooms

— refectory

— kitchen

— salon services

— sports facilities

energy centre

— study places and flexible learning areas

— accessible roof

Practical Teaching block (over one floor of two storey height) containing workshops for:

— gas safety

— plumbing

— renewable and sustainable energy

— carpentry and joinery

— wood machining

— bricklaying

— painting and decoration

— mechanical maintenance

— electrical maintenance

— electrical installation and instrumentation

— welding and fabrication

— chemical engineering and fabrication

External Works will consist of:

— areas of soft and hard landscaping

— planting

— car parking for approximately 618 cars

— lighting

— cctv installation

— access control

The construction of the new Campus will comprise of the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— pc suspended first floor and roof

— structural steel frame, pc stair units

— external walls of Danish facing brick on sfs internal leaf

— metal windows and curtain walling

— internal partitions of glass

— sliding folding partitioning and plasterboard stud partitioning

— raised access floors to a number of areas

— acoustic ceilings

— fixed FF&E

Practical Teaching block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— steel deck roof, structural steel frame

— external metal cladding on sfs internal leaf

— steel framed metal mezzanine floors to some areas

— block internal partitions and plasterboard internal partitioning

— fixed FF&E and workshop machinery

A more detailed description of the project is provided within Section 2 (Specification of Requirements) of the Instructions to Bidders document, and bidders are expected to have read this Section 2 prior to submitting their ESPD responses. The Instructions to Bidders document can be found within Public Contracts Scotland-Tender (PCS-T) and via the following link https://www.forthvalley.ac.uk/about-us/media-centre/new-falkirk-campus/

In summary, the Specification of Requirements includes:

— Introduction to Forth Valley College

— Overview of the Project

— Project Programme

— Environmental Performance

— Design/Build Quality

— Cost

— Funding/Financial

— Role of the Contractor

— Client Team

— Overview of the Design (including Accommodation, Construction, Services)

— Building Information Modelling

— Form of Contract/Contract Performance Conditions

— Project Bank Accounts

— Fair Working Practices

— Modern Slavery Act 2015

— Community Benefits

— Sustainable Procurement

The College is committed to ensuring that we, and our key suppliers and contractors, adopt fair working practices in relation to our workforce in delivery of our services (including throughout the supply chain). In recognition of this, Forth Valley College is proud to be a Living Wage Accredited Employer (see www.livingwage.org.uk). Please refer to the Instruction to Bidders document for more details.

Fabric Improvements Letham Cottages STE-7487

Falkirk Council | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

Properties have been deemed “hard to treat” due to their non-traditional construction and/or location which has left them unable to benefit from recent gas heating and/or cavity insulation programmes. This has left them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards. The proposed contract includes standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. This contract includes houses of types specific to the conservation area. The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types with particular reference to working in a conservation area The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier.

Proposed Upgrading Works To Residential Properties, Various Addresses, Falkirk

Falkirk Council | Published October 21, 2014
cpvs
391011, 391012, 399999

Properties of traditional and/or non-traditional construction for which some have been unable to benefit from cavity insulation programmes leaving them at risk of not meeting the energy efficiency standards set out in the Scottish Housing Quality Standards. The proposed contracts include standard upgrading works comprising new render overcoat, cavity wall insulation. loft insulation, renewal of roof coverings, replacement of rainwater goods, associated builderwork in connection with the foregoing etc. There will also be the requirement for additional works which will be required in order to achieve full compliance with the S.H.Q.S. These may include, but are not restricted to: installation of new gas/electric central heating systems, external insulated render, insulated plasterboard, underfloor insulation, re-glazing and any structural works required to enable the foregoing works etc. These contracts may include the following house types: Banton, Timcon, Athol Steel, Blackburn and Scotcon. The contractor should in his submission, make reference to any previous contracts where they have experience of upgrading any of these or other similar non-traditional house types. The contractor will be expected to assist in providing all information required for building warrant applications for their chosen system supplier.

Framework Agreement for Roofing Works to Falkirk Council Housing Properties

Falkirk Council | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
cpvs

Falkirk Council invites tenders for the Framework Agreement for Roofing Works to Council housing properties within Falkirk Council areas of operation. Falkirk Council manages and maintains approximately 16,000 housing properties in the Falkirk Council area. Overall contract value is estimated as £2,878,000. Falkirk Council is committed to improving the housing stock throughout the Falkirk Council area of operations whilst still maintaining the services high levels of Best Value principals. Falkirk Council expects that our housing stock will meet the EESSH (Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing) by 2020. This framework pertains to Roofing Works of properties within the Falkirk Council management area as part of the on-going Building Maintenance Division (BMD) Contracts Section contractual programme. The framework consists of 3 Lots, for which the Service Provider can submit bids for one or more Lots: Lot 1 – Pitched Roofing Labour Only Works Lot 2 – Pitched Roofing Labour Works and Materials Lot 3 – Flat Roofing Labour Works and Materials This is a framework agreement intended to commence 1st August 2017 to 31st July 2021.

Architectural and Design Services for Forth Valley College, New Falkirk Campus

Forth Valley College | Published July 8, 2015
Winner
Reiach And Hall Architects
cpvs
71200000

Background to Procurement Process: Forth Valley College (the College)has received approval from the Scottish Government to progress their proposed New Falkirk Headquarter Campus (NFHC) from approved Outline Business Case (OBC) to post completion on site. The College will be appointing a Technical Advisory Team under a Scottish Futures Trust Framework Agreement which shall cover a number of disciplines. The College requires a separate procurement exercise for the appointment of an Architect to provide Architectural and Design Services for it's new Falkirk Campus. The College shall follow an OJEU restricted procurement process. On appointment of the Technical Advisory Team, it is anticipated that the Technical Advisor (Project Manager) will lead the evaluation of the OJEU restricted procurement process for the Architectural and Design Services. The successful supplier in the tender process for the Architectural and Design Services shall be appointed as a sub-consultant to the Technical Advisory Team. Background to Project: The College’s Strategic Plan 2014–2018 outlines our mission statement as: ‘Making Learning Work’ This is supported by 6 strategic objectives as noted below: (a)Creating a superb environment for learning (b)Cultivating a vibrant learning organisation where learners develop skills, achieve qualifications valued by industry and progress seamlessly (c)Instilling an energy and passion for our people, celebrating success and innovation (d)Leading as a business that is a champion for governance, financial control and balanced risk taking (e)Enhancing our position as the business and community partner of choice (f)Delivering a whole system approach. Simply effective, efficient and consistent. The College are well progressed in delivering the ‘Creating a superb environment for learning’ strategic objective with, as noted above, the opening of two new state-of-the-art, award winning campuses in Alloa and Stirling, in 2011 and 2012 respectively, providing high quality and modern learning environments for our students. This objective will be fully met when the third and final phase at the Falkirk campus is delivered, matching or exceeding the quality of that already in place at Alloa and Stirling. The New Falkirk Headquarters Campus (NFHC) is to be located on the previous 10.87 acre Forth Valley College Middlefield Campus site, along with an additional section of land (4.8 acres) to the East. The site is located on Grangemouth Road, FK2 9AD. The NFHC will replace the current Forth Valley College Falkirk Campus previously occupying both sides of Middlefield Road and built in 1963. The project funding has been set at GBP58.3m +VAT (total of GBP70m inclusive of VAT) and will be delivered using the Scottish Futures Trusts NPD revenue funded model. A Project Programme has been developed as part of the Outline Business Case (OBC), for all stages until the completion of the works and is included in the redacted copy of the OBC. While the Project Programme is for OBC purposes only and now requires to be updated, it does meet the College’s requirements for a commencement of works on Site in November 2016, completion of the construction phase in October 2018 and occupation by the College no later than December 2018. Service Requirements - Role of Architect: The role of the Architect shall have a broad range of responsibilities under the Technical Advisor Contract. The following provides a brief overview:- 1. Following appointment of the Architect to the Framework Member, the preparation of Developed design; including: (a) 1:1250 Site layout with levels; (b) 1:500 Block Departmental Plans on agreed SoA; (c) 1:200 at A1 Floor Plans, Sections, Elevations with levels; (d) 3D computer generated visuals; (e) 1:50 at A3 room layout plans; and (f) full room data sheets. 2. Review room data sheets (including room environmental data, room design character and schedule of components by room) prepared fo

Architectural and Design Services for Forth Valley College, New Falkirk Campus

Forth Valley College | Published February 10, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
71200000

Background to Procurement Process: Forth Valley College (the College)has received approval from the Scottish Government to progress their proposed New Falkirk Headquarter Campus (NFHC) from approved Outline Business Case (OBC) to post completion on site. The College will be appointing a Technical Advisory Team under a Scottish Futures Trust Framework Agreement which shall cover a number of disciplines. The College requires a separate procurement exercise for the appointment of an Architect to provide Architectural and Design Services for it's new Falkirk Campus. The College shall follow an OJEU restricted procurement process. On appointment of the Technical Advisory Team, it is anticipated that the Technical Advisor (Project Manager) will lead the evaluation of the OJEU restricted procurement process for the Architectural and Design Services. The successful supplier in the tender process for the Architectural and Design Services shall be appointed as a sub-consultant to the Technical Advisory Team. Background to Project: The College’s Strategic Plan 2014–2018 outlines our mission statement as: ‘Making Learning Work’ This is supported by 6 strategic objectives as noted below: (a)Creating a superb environment for learning (b)Cultivating a vibrant learning organisation where learners develop skills, achieve qualifications valued by industry and progress seamlessly (c)Instilling an energy and passion for our people, celebrating success and innovation (d)Leading as a business that is a champion for governance, financial control and balanced risk taking (e)Enhancing our position as the business and community partner of choice (f)Delivering a whole system approach. Simply effective, efficient and consistent. The College are well progressed in delivering the ‘Creating a superb environment for learning’ strategic objective with, as noted above, the opening of two new state-of-the-art, award winning campuses in Alloa and Stirling, in 2011 and 2012 respectively, providing high quality and modern learning environments for our students. This objective will be fully met when the third and final phase at the Falkirk campus is delivered, matching or exceeding the quality of that already in place at Alloa and Stirling. The New Falkirk Headquarters Campus (NFHC) is to be located on the previous 10.87 acre Forth Valley College Middlefield Campus site, along with an additional section of land (4.8 acres) to the East. The site is located on Grangemouth Road, FK2 9AD. The NFHC will replace the current Forth Valley College Falkirk Campus previously occupying both sides of Middlefield Road and built in 1963. The project funding has been set at GBP58.3m +VAT (total of GBP70m inclusive of VAT) and will be delivered using the Scottish Futures Trusts NPD revenue funded model. A Project Programme has been developed as part of the Outline Business Case (OBC), for all stages until the completion of the works and is included in the redacted copy of the OBC. While the Project Programme is for OBC purposes only and now requires to be updated, it does meet the College’s requirements for a commencement of works on Site in November 2016, completion of the construction phase in October 2018 and occupation by the College no later than December 2018. Service Requirements - Role of Architect: The role of the Architect shall have a broad range of responsibilities under the Technical Advisor Contract. The following provides a brief overview:- 1. Following appointment of the Architect to the Framework Member, the preparation of Developed design; including: (a) 1:1250 Site layout with levels; (b) 1:500 Block Departmental Plans on agreed SoA; (c) 1:200 at A1 Floor Plans, Sections, Elevations with levels; (d) 3D computer generated visuals; (e) 1:50 at A3 room layout plans; and (f) full room data sheets. 2. Review room data sheets (including room environmental data, room design character and schedule of components by room) prepared fo

Architectural and Design Services for Forth Valley College, New Falkirk Campus.

Forth Valley College | Published July 11, 2015
Winner
Reiach And Hall Architects
cpvs
71200000

Background to Procurement Process: Forth Valley College (the College)has received approval from the Scottish Government to progress their proposed New Falkirk Headquarter Campus (NFHC) from approved Outline Business Case (OBC) to post completion on site. The College will be appointing a Technical Advisory Team under a Scottish Futures Trust Framework Agreement which shall cover a number of disciplines. The College requires a separate procurement exercise for the appointment of an Architect to provide Architectural and Design Services for it's new Falkirk Campus. The College shall follow an OJEU restricted procurement process. On appointment of the Technical Advisory Team, it is anticipated that the Technical Advisor (Project Manager) will lead the evaluation of the OJEU restricted procurement process for the Architectural and Design Services. The successful supplier in the tender process for the Architectural and Design Services shall be appointed as a sub-consultant to the Technical Advisory Team. Background to Project: The College's Strategic Plan 2014–2018 outlines our mission statement as: ‘Making Learning Work’ This is supported by 6 strategic objectives as noted below: (a)Creating a superb environment for learning (b)Cultivating a vibrant learning organisation where learners develop skills, achieve qualifications valued by industry and progress seamlessly (c)Instilling an energy and passion for our people, celebrating success and innovation (d)Leading as a business that is a champion for governance, financial control and balanced risk taking (e)Enhancing our position as the business and community partner of choice (f)Delivering a whole system approach. Simply effective, efficient and consistent. The College are well progressed in delivering the ‘Creating a superb environment for learning’ strategic objective with, as noted above, the opening of two new state-of-the-art, award winning campuses in Alloa and Stirling, in 2011 and 2012 respectively, providing high quality and modern learning environments for our students. This objective will be fully met when the third and final phase at the Falkirk campus is delivered, matching or exceeding the quality of that already in place at Alloa and Stirling. The New Falkirk Headquarters Campus (NFHC) is to be located on the previous 10.87 acre Forth Valley College Middlefield Campus site, along with an additional section of land (4.8 acres) to the East. The site is located on Grangemouth Road, FK2 9AD. The NFHC will replace the current Forth Valley College Falkirk Campus previously occupying both sides of Middlefield Road and built in 1963. The project funding has been set at 58 300 000 GBP +VAT (total of 70 000 000 GBP inclusive of VAT) and will be delivered using the Scottish Futures Trusts NPD revenue funded model. A Project Programme has been developed as part of the Outline Business Case (OBC), for all stages until the completion of the works and is included in the redacted copy of the OBC. While the Project Programme is for OBC purposes only and now requires to be updated, it does meet the College's requirements for a commencement of works on Site in November 2016, completion of the construction phase in October 2018 and occupation by the College no later than December 2018. Service Requirements — Role of Architect: The role of the Architect shall have a broad range of responsibilities under the Technical Advisor Contract. The following provides a brief overview:- 1. Following appointment of the Architect to the Framework Member, the preparation of Developed design; including: (a) 1:1250 Site layout with levels; (b) 1:500 Block Departmental Plans on agreed SoA; (c) 1:200 at A1 Floor Plans, Sections, Elevations with levels; (d) 3D computer generated visuals; (e) 1:50 at A3 room layout plans; and (f) full room data sheets. 2. Review room data sheets (including room environmental data, room design character and schedule of components by room) prepared for the College and finalise into a reference design format 3. Prepare Standard 1:50 Room layouts using ADB 3D for College sign off 4. Assist the College with equipment interface responsibilities derived from room schedule of components 5. Prepare reference design report identifying gaps in reference design, in particular room data sheet development 6. Prepare architectural specification to current/future programme standards including: (a) Accessibility statement; (b) Fire strategy; (c) Community Stakeholder consultation report; (d) Town Planning Consultation report; (e) Building Control Consultation report; (f) Police Secure by Design Consultation report; (g) CDM hazard identification; (h) BREEAM statement; (i) Carbon Reduction Statement; and (j) Access and maintenance statement. Note: This is not an exhaustive list and further detail shall be provided at tender stage. Further Information: Further particulars on the project are provided in the Pre Qualification Questionnaire.

Architectural and Design Services for Forth Valley College, New Falkirk Campus.

Forth Valley College | Published February 12, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
71200000

Background to Procurement Process: Forth Valley College (the College)has received approval from the Scottish Government to progress their proposed New Falkirk Headquarter Campus (NFHC) from approved Outline Business Case (OBC) to post completion on site. The College will be appointing a Technical Advisory Team under a Scottish Futures Trust Framework Agreement which shall cover a number of disciplines. The College requires a separate procurement exercise for the appointment of an Architect to provide Architectural and Design Services for it's new Falkirk Campus. The College shall follow an OJEU restricted procurement process. On appointment of the Technical Advisory Team, it is anticipated that the Technical Advisor (Project Manager) will lead the evaluation of the OJEU restricted procurement process for the Architectural and Design Services. The successful supplier in the tender process for the Architectural and Design Services shall be appointed as a sub-consultant to the Technical Advisory Team. Background to Project: The College's Strategic Plan 2014-2018 outlines our mission statement as: ‘Making Learning Work'. This is supported by 6 strategic objectives as noted below: (a) Creating a superb environment for learning; (b) Cultivating a vibrant learning organisation where learners develop skills, achieve qualifications valued by industry and progress seamlessly; (c) Instilling an energy and passion for our people, celebrating success and innovation; (d) Leading as a business that is a champion for governance, financial control and balanced risk taking; (e) Enhancing our position as the business and community partner of choice; (f) Delivering a whole system approach. Simply effective, efficient and consistent. The College are well progressed in delivering the ‘Creating a superb environment for learning' strategic objective with, as noted above, the opening of two new state-of-the-art, award winning campuses in Alloa and Stirling, in 2011 and 2012 respectively, providing high quality and modern learning environments for our students. This objective will be fully met when the third and final phase at the Falkirk campus is delivered, matching or exceeding the quality of that already in place at Alloa and Stirling. The New Falkirk Headquarters Campus (NFHC) is to be located on the previous 10.87 acre Forth Valley College Middlefield Campus site, along with an additional section of land (4.8 acres) to the East. The site is located on Grangemouth Road, FK2 9AD. The NFHC will replace the current Forth Valley College Falkirk Campus previously occupying both sides of Middlefield Road and built in 1963. The project funding has been set at 58 300 000 GBP +VAT (total of 70 000 000 GBP inclusive of VAT) and will be delivered using the Scottish Futures Trusts NPD revenue funded model. A Project Programme has been developed as part of the Outline Business Case (OBC), for all stages until the completion of the works and is included in the redacted copy of the OBC. While the Project Programme is for OBC purposes only and now requires to be updated, it does meet the College's requirements for a commencement of works on Site in November 2016, completion of the construction phase in October 2018 and occupation by the College no later than December 2018. Service Requirements — Role of Architect: The role of the Architect shall have a broad range of responsibilities under the Technical Advisor Contract. The following provides a brief overview: 1. Following appointment of the Architect to the Framework Member, the preparation of Developed design; including: (a) 1:1250 Site layout with levels; (b) 1:500 Block Departmental Plans on agreed SoA; (c) 1:200 at A1 Floor Plans, Sections, Elevations with levels; (d) 3D computer generated visuals; (e) 1:50 at A3 room layout plans; and (f) full room data sheets. 2. Review room data sheets (including room environmental data, room design character and schedule of components by room) prepared for the College and finalise into a reference design format. 3. Prepare Standard 1:50 Room layouts using ADB 3D for College sign off. 4. Assist the College with equipment interface responsibilities derived from room schedule of components. 5. Prepare reference design report identifying gaps in reference design, in particular room data sheet development. 6. Prepare architectural specification to current/future programme standards including: (a) Accessibility statement; (b) Fire strategy; (c) Community Stakeholder consultation report; (d) Town Planning Consultation report; (e) Building Control Consultation report; (f) Police Secure by Design Consultation report; (g) CDM hazard identification; (h) BREEAM statement; (i) Carbon Reduction Statement; and (j) Access and maintenance statement. Note: This is not an exhaustive list and further detail shall be provided at tender stage. Further Information: Further particulars on the project are provided in the Pre Qualification Questionnaire. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=335230 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.
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