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Maintenance of Air Quality Monitoring Equipment

West Lothian Council | Published November 6, 2015
Winner
Air Quality Monitors Ltd
cpvs
181500, 189999

West Lothian Council have a requirement to appoint a suitable service provider to perform routine servicing and preventative maintenance to it's air quality monitoring equipment in accordance with the legal obligations of Part IV of the Environment Act 1995 and DEFRA Guidance TG09.

Maintenance of Air Quality Monitoring Equipment

West Lothian Council | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 24, 2015
cpvs
181500, 189999

West Lothian Council have a requirement to appoint a suitable service provider to perform routine servicing and preventative maintenance to it's air quality monitoring equipment in accordance with the legal obligations of Part IV of the Environment Act 1995 and DEFRA Guidance TG09.

Rural Road Verge Grass and Rural Hedge Cutting Services

West Lothian Council | Published April 20, 2016
Winner
Wb Mclaren Plant Hire And Ground Works
cpvs
77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000

West Lothian Council seeks to establish the Provision of Rural Roads Verge Grass and Hedge Cutting Services with a number of suppliers to cut and trim grass verges on rural roads and hedge trimming throughout West Lothian. Lot 1 Rural Roads Verge Grass Cutting Services requires each grass cutting cycle should be completed within an 8 week period unless otherwise agreed with the engineer. This will require the provision of 2 tractor mounted flails or similar with drivers/operators, operating simultaneously, 1 tractor covering the North area and the second tractor covering the South area. Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services requires machinery and operator(s), at the beginning of the hedge-cutting season (Autumn), for all rural hedges shall be cut cleanly and evenly over the full extent of the surface as described in the specification. The cut shall remove the last years growth as near as possible unless instructed otherwise by the engineer. Contractors shall comply fully with the requirements of Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual published by HMSO on behalf of the Department's of Environment and Transport and to include all traffic, public and personnel safety measures detailed therein.

The framework agreement will run for 4 years from date of award. The Framework Agreement is divided in to 2 Lots; Lot 1 Rural Roads Grass Cutting and Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services. The Tenderer is invited to bid for any 1 lot or both lots if desired. Schedule of Prices and Rates shall be fixed for the first 12 months of the Framework Agreement, thereafter the Authority shall amend the price based on the annual CPI indexation.

West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor, and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority's economic and social regeneration objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations.

Rural Road Verge Grass and Rural Hedge Cutting Services

West Lothian Council | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
cpvs
77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000, 77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000, 77300000

West Lothian Council seeks to establish the Provision of Rural Roads Verge Grass and Hedge Cutting Services with a number of suppliers to cut and trim grass verges on rural roads and hedge trimming throughout West Lothian. Lot 1 Rural Roads Verge Grass Cutting Services requires each grass cutting cycle should be completed within an 8 week period unless otherwise agreed with the engineer. This will require the provision of two tractor mounted flails or similar with drivers/operators, operating simultaneously, one tractor covering the North area and the second tractor covering the South area. Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services requires machinery and operator(s),at the beginning of the hedge-cutting season (Autumn), for all rural hedges shall be cut cleanly and evenly over the full extent of the surface as described in the specification. The cut shall remove the last years growth as near as possible unless instructed otherwise by the engineer. Contractors shall comply fully with the requirements of Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual published by HMSO on behalf of the Department’s of Environment & Transport and to include all traffic, public and personnel safety measures detailed therein.
The framework agreement will run for four years from date of award. The Framework Agreement is divided in to 2 Lots; Lot 1 Rural Roads Grass Cutting and Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services. The Tenderer is invited to bid for any one lot or both lots if desired. Schedule of Prices and Rates shall be fixed for the first 12 months of the Framework Agreement, thereafter the Authority shall amend the price based on the annual CPI indexation.
West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor,
and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority’s economic and social regeneration objectives. Accordingly, contract performance
conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations.
CPV: 77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000.

Care At Home Services

West Lothian Council | Published April 8, 2015
cpvs
321000

High quality, flexible and responsive care at home services are essential elements of the overall strategy to shift the balance of care in favour of models which enable more people to live independently in their own homes and communities. Supporting this vision, West Lothian Council’s own services have increasingly specialised in short term supports which focus on the prevention of hospital admissions and facilitating early supported discharges. At the same time and in keeping with strategic intent, the demand for care at home services has increased well beyond the rate of demographic growth. West Lothian has a long and successful history of working in partnership with independent providers to respond to the increasing demand and has developed a mixed economy of care which supports service user choice in a business environment which is sustainable. Local authorities have had a duty to provide home care services since the implementation of the Social Work Scotland Act, 1968. The provisions of the NHS and Community Care Act 1990 and the related guidance, require local authorities to further develop services in the community in the context of a ‘mixed economy of care’ which offered choice to service users and their carers. Commissioning care at home in the independent sector has, since then, been common practice in all local authorities. The purchasing arrangements have varied over the years as contractual models have developed. The preferred model in West Lothian is a Framework Agreement and this is in line with national guidance. The range of services within the scope of the contract will include but not necessarily be limited to : • Assisting with personal care and support ; • Assisting with food and diet ; • Problems of Immobility ; • Simple Treatments ; • Personal Assistance ; The present contractual arrangement has been in place since 1 January 2012 and expires on 31 December 2015.

CC4481 Housing Refurbishment 2-25 Mainstreet Fauldhouse V2

West Lothian Council | Published June 2, 2015
Winner
Hadden Construction Limited
cpvs
391000, 391010, 391012, 391100, 399999

West Lothian Council wish to source the services of the most capable Main Contractor who has skills and experience in partial demolition, full refurbishment and total remodelling of houses which are of local historical importance, retaining as much of the original design as possible. The Main Contractors will be renowned for their vision for new buildings which feature high quality design and are distinctive in our communities and less harmful to our environment and provide for principles of environmental sustainability in their construction. The Main Contractors experience must be fit for a modern use and provide sufficient flexibility to meet future change and shall have knowledge of buildings which are considered to be a sustainable development and are designed to exceed heat loss requirements. Experience in alterations and renovation of historical houses, where the retention and restoration of stonework is a priority requirement. Internal skills shall range from the installation of new lightweight internal partitions, new insulated timber flooring on concrete slab, new kitchens and wet rooms, new energy saving heating system incorporating solar thermal panels, whole house ventilation system, and electrical re-wiring. Contracting experience shall include external works such as general hard and soft garden area. West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor, and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority’s social objectives relating to participation in skills development, training and employment initiatives and other added value contributions. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations. The tender shall be conducted in two separate stages with tenderers being invited to submit a PQQ which shall include a number of PASS/FAIL mandatory questions. Tenderers who pass all mandatory questions shall be evaluated on their technical skills and capability. The top scoring 6 tenders will be invited to submit an ITT. ITTs shall be evaluated using the following weightings: Price 70% Quality 30%. Tenderers should note that the timescales of this process are extremely short with the anticipated award of contract being the end of February 2015.

West Lothian Council Disability Information, Advice, Support and Counselling

West Lothian Council | Published April 27, 2015
Winner
Capability Scotland
cpvs
321000, 329999

West Lothian Council is seeking a provider for services that include the identifying of aims, outcomes, principles, eligibility criteria, and provision of operating arrangements, which will be used, by WL CHCP and the provider to deliver a disability information, advice and support service for people with physical and/or learning disabilities and a peer counselling service to meet the specified outcomes as defined in the service specification. It is envisaged that a range of services require to be provided inclusive of: - A specialist disability information and advice service that provides personalised solutions for people with a disability, to meet their identified needs and outcomes. - A specialist information and advice service on the key issues facing people with a disability e.g. housing, money, employment, and wellbeing. - A peer counselling service which will provide free, confidential, accessible inclusive and supportive professional counselling to people with a disability. The peer counsellor should receive professional supervision and work within the ethical codes and guidelines of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Confederation of Scottish Counselling Association. - Up to date, accessible/inclusive communications across a range of media in accordance with the principles of SAIF and digital inclusion, so that people with disabilities can access information as independently as possible and make informed choices. - In partnership with service users, a range of awareness raising activities including those aimed at the general public to challenge the negative perceptions surrounding disability and to gain a better understanding of the range of diversity of disabilities to include private and third sectors. - To be active participants on West Lothian Access/Equalities Committees and other fora to help eliminate barriers people with disability face in accessing the physical environment, goods and services to that disabled people can participate fully in all areas of life. - Facilitate a library service and resource base in partnership with West Lothian Library and Heritage Services. - Marketing and communication strategies to maximise interaction between sectors to achieve the social inclusion of people with disabilities. - Outcomes based responsibility performance framework to track the success and sustainability of the delivery model over short, medium and long term periods and inform future service design. Further details are contained within the Service Specification provided with the online ITT.

West Lothian Council Disability Information, Advice, Support and Counselling

West Lothian Council | Published November 25, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
cpvs
321000, 329999

West Lothian Council is seeking a provider for services that include the identifying of aims, outcomes, principles, eligibility criteria, and provision of operating arrangements, which will be used, by WL CHCP and the provider to deliver a disability information, advice and support service for people with physical and/or learning disabilities and a peer counselling service to meet the specified outcomes as defined in the service specification. It is envisaged that a range of services require to be provided inclusive of: - A specialist disability information and advice service that provides personalised solutions for people with a disability, to meet their identified needs and outcomes. - A specialist information and advice service on the key issues facing people with a disability e.g. housing, money, employment, and wellbeing. - A peer counselling service which will provide free, confidential, accessible inclusive and supportive professional counselling to people with a disability. The peer counsellor should receive professional supervision and work within the ethical codes and guidelines of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Confederation of Scottish Counselling Association. - Up to date, accessible/inclusive communications across a range of media in accordance with the principles of SAIF and digital inclusion, so that people with disabilities can access information as independently as possible and make informed choices. - In partnership with service users, a range of awareness raising activities including those aimed at the general public to challenge the negative perceptions surrounding disability and to gain a better understanding of the range of diversity of disabilities to include private and third sectors. - To be active participants on West Lothian Access/Equalities Committees and other fora to help eliminate barriers people with disability face in accessing the physical environment, goods and services to that disabled people can participate fully in all areas of life. - Facilitate a library service and resource base in partnership with West Lothian Library and Heritage Services. - Marketing and communication strategies to maximise interaction between sectors to achieve the social inclusion of people with disabilities. - Outcomes based responsibility performance framework to track the success and sustainability of the delivery model over short, medium and long term periods and inform future service design. Further details are contained within the Service Specification provided with the online ITT.

CC4481 Housing Refurbishment Main Street Fauldhouse

West Lothian Council | Published October 27, 2014
cpvs
391000, 391010, 391012, 391100

West Lothian Council seeks the services of the most capable Main Contractor who has skills and experience in partial demolition, full refurbishment and total remodelling of houses which are of local historical importance, retaining as much of the original design as possible. The Main Contractors will be renowned for their vision for new buildings which feature high quality design and are distinctive in our communities and less harmful to our environment and provide for principles of environmental sustainability in their construction. The Main Contractors experience must be fit for a modern use and provide sufficient flexibility to meet future change and shall have knowledge of buildings which are considered to be a sustainable development and are designed to exceed heat loss requirements. Experience in alterations and renovation of historical houses, where the retention and restoration of stonework is a priority requirement. Internal skills shall range from the installation of new lightweight internal partitions, new insulated timber flooring on concrete slab, new kitchens and wet rooms, new energy saving heating system incorporating solar thermal panels, whole house ventilation system, and electrical re-wiring. Contracting experience shall include external works such as general hard and soft garden area. West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor, and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority’s social objectives relating to participation in skills development, training and employment initiatives and other added value contributions. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations. The tender shall be conducted in two separate stages with tenderers being invited to submit a PQQ which shall include a number of PASS/FAIL mandatory questions. Tenderers who pass all mandatory questions shall be evaluated on their technical skills and capability. The top scoring 6 tenders will be invited to submit an ITT. ITTs shall be evaluated using the following weightings: Price 70% Quality 30%. Tenderers should note that the timescales of this process are extremely short with the anticipated award of contract being 27 February 2015.

CC4481 Housing Refurbishment 2-25 Mainstreet Fauldhouse V2

West Lothian Council | Published October 28, 2014  -  Deadline November 7, 2014
cpvs
391000, 391010, 391012, 391100, 399999

West Lothian Council wish to source the services of the most capable Main Contractor who has skills and experience in partial demolition, full refurbishment and total remodelling of houses which are of local historical importance, retaining as much of the original design as possible. The Main Contractors will be renowned for their vision for new buildings which feature high quality design and are distinctive in our communities and less harmful to our environment and provide for principles of environmental sustainability in their construction. The Main Contractors experience must be fit for a modern use and provide sufficient flexibility to meet future change and shall have knowledge of buildings which are considered to be a sustainable development and are designed to exceed heat loss requirements. Experience in alterations and renovation of historical houses, where the retention and restoration of stonework is a priority requirement. Internal skills shall range from the installation of new lightweight internal partitions, new insulated timber flooring on concrete slab, new kitchens and wet rooms, new energy saving heating system incorporating solar thermal panels, whole house ventilation system, and electrical re-wiring. Contracting experience shall include external works such as general hard and soft garden area. West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor, and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority’s social objectives relating to participation in skills development, training and employment initiatives and other added value contributions. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations. The tender shall be conducted in two separate stages with tenderers being invited to submit a PQQ which shall include a number of PASS/FAIL mandatory questions. Tenderers who pass all mandatory questions shall be evaluated on their technical skills and capability. The top scoring 6 tenders will be invited to submit an ITT. ITTs shall be evaluated using the following weightings: Price 70% Quality 30%. Tenderers should note that the timescales of this process are extremely short with the anticipated award of contract being the end of February 2015.

Rural Road Verge Grass and Rural Hedge Cutting Services.

West Lothian Council | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
cpvs
77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000, 77314100, 77300000, 77340000, 77342000, 77300000

West Lothian Council seeks to establish the Provision of Rural Roads Verge Grass and Hedge Cutting Services with a number of suppliers to cut and trim grass verges on rural roads and hedge trimming throughout West Lothian. Lot 1 Rural Roads Verge Grass Cutting Services requires each grass cutting cycle should be completed within an 8 week period unless otherwise agreed with the engineer. This will require the provision of 2 tractor mounted flails or similar with drivers/operators, operating simultaneously, 1 tractor covering the North area and the 2nd tractor covering the South area. Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services requires machinery and operator(s),at the beginning of the hedge-cutting season (Autumn), for all rural hedges shall be cut cleanly and evenly over the full extent of the surface as described in the specification. The cut shall remove the last years growth as near as possible unless instructed otherwise by the engineer. Contractors shall comply fully with the requirements of Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual published by HMSO on behalf of the Department's of Environment and Transport and to include all traffic, public and personnel safety measures detailed therein.

The framework agreement will run for 4 years from date of award. The Framework Agreement is divided in to 2 Lots: Lot 1 Rural Roads Grass Cutting and Lot 2 Rural Hedge Cutting Services. The Tenderer is invited to bid for any 1 lot or both lots if desired. Schedule of Prices and Rates shall be fixed for the 1st 12 months of the Framework Agreement, thereafter the Authority shall amend the price based on the annual CPI indexation.

West Lothian Council is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Under this procurement, the contractor, and its supply chain, will be required to support the authority's economic and social regeneration objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, economic and environmental considerations.

Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required.

To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code project code 5548, itt 11705 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the drop-down. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area.

For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf

If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Westfield Environmental Improvements

West Lothian Council | Published October 7, 2014
Winner
Mw Groundworks Ltd
cpvs
101300, 241600, 331000, 331300, 391110

To upgrade an existing play park area with the addition of new equipment, drainage, several surface finishes, fencing and planting. Within the village, at a further three locations, widen and expand two pathways with slabs and sett surfacing and supplement and introduce planting. Provide a new access with gates to a playing field. Provisional requirement for playing field fencing.

Environmental Services Software Application

West Lothian Council | Published June 23, 2016
Winner
Idox Software Ltd
cpvs
271600

Environmental Services Software Application

Environmental Improvements - Multi Lot Landscaping projects

West Lothian Council | Published December 30, 2014
Winner
Iss Facility Services - Landscaping
cpvs
189999, 241600, 249999, 391100

West Lothian Council wish to appoint a single contractor for three Lots; Lot1 - North Reeves Place Lot2 - Brucefield House, Turner St and Moore Cottages Lot3 - Ladywell (tendered at a later date as a seperate project) The work includes soft and hard landscaping improvements within each of the areas. Each project includes a 12 months defects liabilty period where the maintenance of the landscape is expected, as detailed within the documentation. Lots 1 and 2 will be tendered initially and all suppliers must complete the 'Master ITT' to qualify before proceeding to each Lot. Suppliers who pass the qaulification process will also be invited to tender for Lot 3 at a later date.

Environmental Improvements - Multi Lot Landscaping projects

West Lothian Council | Published October 23, 2014
cpvs
189999, 241600, 249999, 391100

West Lothian Council wish to appoint a single contractor for three Lots; Lot1 - North Reeves Place Lot2 - Brucefield House, Turner St and Moore Cottages Lot3 - Ladywell (tendered at a later date as a seperate project) The work includes soft and hard landscaping improvements within each of the areas. Each project includes a 12 months defects liabilty period where the maintenance of the landscape is expected, as detailed within the documentation. Lots 1 and 2 will be tendered initially and all suppliers must complete the 'Master ITT' to qualify before proceeding to each Lot. Suppliers who pass the qaulification process will also be invited to tender for Lot 3 at a later date.

Enviromental Services Software Application - using CCS Framework RM1059

West Lothian Council | Published May 23, 2016
Winner
Idox Software Ltd
cpvs
181500, 271600

Enviromental Services Software Application - using CCS Framework RM1059
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