Fife Council is seeking tenders from service providers to establish a framework agreement for the Commercial Heating Servicing in public buildings.
The contract covers all Fife Council's public buildings including schools, halls, sports centres, older person's homes, offices, sheltered housing complexes etc. The plant and equipment consists of natural gas, LPG and oil fired commercial boilers, water heaters, radiant tube heaters, warm air heaters, pressurisation units and cold water booster sets, Science Lab equipment (booms, taps, bollards, fume cupboards etc.,), Technical room equipment (forges etc.,), chimney sweeping, mechanical and refrigeration work to an Ice Plant, rainwater harvesting pumps, solar systems. This also includes Social Work Services group homes and Education Services janitorial houses which are of a more domestic nature and also the maintenance of the Dunfermline Community Energy Scheme, a large district heating installation.
Commercial Heating Servicing.
This procurement requirement is for the supply, delivery, and installation of furniture and furnishings (including a design service) and associated items such as white goods and general household items, for the newly built care homes in Glenrothes and Lumphinnans, Fife.
The Contractor must be able to supply and deliver all white goods and electrical items. All electrical items must be of an energy efficiency rating of a minimum of ‘A’ and to the specification and colour ranges indicated on the schedule. Electrical goods must have a minimum manufacturer's warranty of 12 months.
For Lot 1, Fife Council requires the Contractor to be experienced in, and capable of designing a co-ordinated ‘furniture and soft furnishings’ package for two 60-bed care homes; manufacturing or sourcing high quality furniture and soft furnishings to the agreed design and given specification; and fit with full regard to Health and Safety.
The Contractor must be able to supply and deliver all goods listed such as mirrors, bathroom accessories, crockery and cutlery. All items must be to the specification and colour ranges indicated on the schedule. Where applicable, a minimum 12 month warranty must be offered. Items must be durable and of a high quality standard taking into account its use and purpose in the care homes.