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Supply and Delivery of One new Split Body Refuse Collection Vehicle

Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council | Published April 14, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
cpvs
34130000

This tender is for the supply and delivery of 1 No Refuse Collection Vehicle with Split Body, Recycling Pod and Bin Weigh Identification and Location System mounted on 32000 kg 8 X 4 Chassis

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017
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71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores, bin stores, land, refuse chambers.; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers. ; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers.; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published October 18, 2016
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The properties are a combination of the following : — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores, bin stores, land, refuse chambers.; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline October 4, 2016
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The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The properties are a combination of the following: — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts (including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers); — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

CT021 - Asbestos Surveying Services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive’s properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The properties are a combination of the following :- • Domestic Properties • Internal and external common parts (including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers); • Managed leasehold Properties; • Commercial Properties; • Hostel accommodation • Community lets • Private/ other social landlord Properties • Garages • Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation’s depots.

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts (including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers); — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following: — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores, bin stores, land, refuse chambers — Managed leasehold Properties — Commercial Properties — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

The development and delivery of an Integrated Communications Plan for the Live Here Love Here campaign

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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79340000

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful, an environmental charity, wishes to appoint an agency to develop and deliver an Integrated Communications Plan for the Live Here Love Here campaign aimed at changing people's attitudes and behaviour towards their local environment. The communications plan will be implemented across Northern Ireland and involve a mix of media, marketing and advertising activity. The successful agency will be expected to deliver the first phase of the plan from April 2017 to Mar 2018. Full details and the relevant documentation can be found at: http://www.keepnorthernirelandbeautiful.org/cgi-bin/generic?instanceID=49

Building-fabric consultancy services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 2, 2016
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers. ; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.

The development and delivery of an Integrated Communications Plan for the Live Here Love Here campai

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
79340000

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful, an environmental charity, wishes to appoint an agency to develop and deliver an Integrated Communications Plan for the Live Here Love Here campaign aimed at changing people's attitudes and behaviour towards their local environment. The communications plan will be implemented across Northern Ireland and involve a mix of media, marketing and advertising activity. The successful agency will be expected to deliver the first phase of the plan from April 2017 to Mar 2018. Full details and the relevant documentation can be found at: http://www.keepnorthernirelandbeautiful.org/cgi-bin/generic?instanceID=49

CT021-B - Asbestos Surveying Services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 10, 2016
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive’s properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into three Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- • Domestic Properties • Internal and external common parts (including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers); • Managed leasehold Properties; • Commercial Properties; • Hostel accommodation • Community lets • Private/ other social landlord Properties • Garages • Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation’s depots.

CT029 - Asbestos Surveying Services 2017

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published January 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017
cpvs
71315100

The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive’s properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into three Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- • Domestic Properties • Internal and external common parts (including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers); • Managed leasehold Properties; • Commercial Properties; • Hostel accommodation • Community lets • Private/ other social landlord Properties • Garages • Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation’s depots.

Dry Material Recovery Facility (MRF) Contract.

Arc 21 | Published July 14, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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90514000, 90510000, 90500000, 90512000, 90514000, 90510000, 90500000, 90512000, 90514000, 90510000, 90500000, 90512000

Arc21 is procuring a contractor for the purposes of providing the services on behalf of 6 Councils and the contract will be split into two Lots to reflect the different waste configurations for the Newry, Mourne and Down District. The main purpose of the service is the receipt, transfer, processing/brokerage to end markets of wheeled bin, kerbside collected dry recyclables and separately collected mixed glass including but not exclusive to materials such as aerosols and polish wax tins, waxed coated beverage cartons, mixed food and drink cans including clean aluminium foil, newspaper and pamphlets, mixed paper, card and cardboard, plastic bottles, non bottle mixed rigid plastic packaging, mixed glass collected separately and mixed glass not collected separately.

Dry Material Recovery Facility (MRF) Contract.

arc21 | Published March 16, 2016
Winner
ReGen Waste Ltd
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90514000, 90500000, 90512000, 90510000

Arc21 is procuring a contractor for the purposes of providing the services on behalf of 6 Councils and the contract will be split into 2 Lots to reflect the different waste configurations for the Newry, Mourne and Down district.

The main purpose of the service is the receipt, transfer, processing/brokerage to end markets of wheeled bin, kerbside collected dry recyclables and separately collected mixed glass including but not exclusive to materials such as aerosols and polish wax tins, waxed coated beverage cartons, mixed food and drink cans including clean aluminium foil, newspaper and pamphlets, mixed paper, card and cardboard, plastic bottles, non bottle mixed rigid plastic packaging, mixed glass collected separately and mixed glass not collected separately.

Waste and rubbish containers and bins

arc21 | Published May 18, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
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34928480, 44617300, 44617000, 39221130, 39224340, 18930000, 44614100, 39234000

The Authority wishes to procure the Supply and Delivery of 660L Plastic Wheeled Refuse Collection Containers in various colours black, grey, brown, blue, white and green as specified within the tender documentation, 1100 Litre Metal Wheeled Refuse Containers, 44 and 55 litre Kerbside boxes, Bottle banks, Compost Units with kitchen caddies, and Compostable kitchen caddy liners are to fit 7 litre kitchen caddies in conformance to EN 13432:2000 and BS EN 13592:2003 standards, meeting the specification as detailed within the tender documents.

TEN/022 — Grounds Maintenance contractor.

Clanmil Housing Association | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline November 25, 2014
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77314000, 77211500

Clanmil Housing Association and Abbeyfield and Wesley wish to procure a Grounds Maintenance contract. The duration of the contract is 7 years. (3 plus 2 + 2). The main areas of services required are, periodic and routine grounds maintenance (including horticultural and tree works) and cleaning of external communal paths. The Economic Operator will be required to provide the service to the Member Housing Associations throughout the year. The Service includes the following: Grounds Maintenance: — grass cutting; — maintenance of planted areas; — hedge cutting; — horticultural works; — maintenance of void and old age pensioner gardens; — maintenance of trees; and — tree surgery. Estate Services: — litter picking and weeding; — cleaning and clearance; — bin and refuse stores; — hard landscaping; and — snow clearing/spreading salt. The Contracting Authorities requirements are for 1 economic operator to deliver this service across properties throughout Northern Ireland. During the course of the contract Clanmil is reviewing multiple procurement vehicles to deliver this project. The options being considered are: — In-House DLO; — Joint Venture Partnerships with Economic Operators; — Shared services; — Social Enterprises.

Provision of a kerbside sort service for the collection and recycling of mixed dry recyclables from

Castlereagh Borough Council | Published March 24, 2015
Winner
Bryson Recycling
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90514000

The Council requires a service for the kerbside and back door collection, kerbside sort and recycling of mixed-dry multi-materials from approximately 14 480 households within its Borough. Households serviced are of varying house types and occupancy and of an urban/rural mix. Collected materials are required to be delivered and recycled at an authorised and fully licensed waste facility, so as to maximise quality and levels of materials recycled. Core collected materials under the contract are: paper, cardboard; plastic bottles, glass bottles and jars, aluminium foil, food and drinks cans, aerosols, beverages and food cartons, tins and cans, textiles, batteries, and hand tools. In addition to these, approximately 850 households using a wheelie bin (triple stack) collection unit have Mixed Plastics collected. The Contractor will be required to share actual revenues received from the sale of all collected materials under the Contract with the Council on a 50/50 basis. The current service utilises black and red 55 litre kerbside boxes, with approximately 850 households using a Wheelie Box (triple stack) collection unit. The contract is required to provide continuity of service provision post 1.4.2015, so as to facilitate the Northern Ireland Local Government Reform process and the merger of Castlereagh Borough Council and Lisburn City Council to form the new Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council, thereby enabling the new council to carry out an overall review of kerbside collection services in the context of the new Council area. No changes to the current service are being made at this time.

Provision of a kerbside sort service for the collection & recycling of mixed dry recyclables from ho

Castlereagh Borough Council | Published October 29, 2014  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
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90514000

The Council requires a service for the kerbside and back door collection, kerbside sort and recycling of mixed-dry multi-materials from approximately 14 480 households within its Borough. Households serviced are of varying house types and occupancy and of an urban/rural mix. Collected materials are required to be delivered and recycled at an authorised and fully licensed waste facility, so as to maximise quality and levels of materials recycled. Core collected materials under the contract are: Paper, Cardboard; Plastic bottles, Glass bottles and jars, Aluminium foil, Food and Drinks cans, Aerosols, Beverages and Food Cartons, Tins and Cans, Textiles, Batteries, and Hand Tools. In addition to these, approximately 850 households using a wheelie bin (triple stack) collection unit have Mixed Plastics collected. The Contractor will be required to share actual revenues received from the sale of all collected materials under the Contract with the Council on a 50/50 basis. The current service utilises black and red 55 litre kerbside boxes, with approximately 850 households using a Wheelie Box (triple stack) collection unit. The contract is required to provide continuity of service provision post 1.4.2015, so as to facilitate the Northern Ireland Local Government Reform process and the merger of Castlereagh Borough Council and Lisburn City Council to form the new Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council, thereby enabling the new council to carry out an overall review of kerbside collection services in the context of the new Council area. No changes to the current service are being made at this time.

001/0567/16 General Property Maintenance MC040

Translink | Published April 9, 2016  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
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79993000, 50700000, 45210000, 45453100, 45213100

Translink are seeking to appoint suitably qualified Contractor(s) to participate on a Framework to provide and respond to a wide variety of general property maintenance task orders required by Translink within the internal and external fabric of the buildings and their surrounding grounds over multiple sites. Maintenance tasks will range from general building maintenance (joinery, roofing, civil engineering, fabrication), refurbishment, repairs, decoration, cleaning and associated external works. Within the external works tasks orders, works will include surface repairs to roads and yards and general grounds maintenance. Grounds maintenance will also include for works associated with the upkeep and maintenance of grass and vegetation areas within the boundaries of Translink sites. Winter grounds maintenance will include for de-icing duties to maintain walkways and platforms in a safe condition during periods of frost and snow. On occasions the appointed contractor may be called upon by the Employer to appoint his own domestic subcontractors to provide maintenance cover for works not noted above and may include attendances and support for mechanical and electrical services operations. Such as maintenance of: — Plumbing and Heating systems — Gates and Barriers and Industrial doors — Electrical systems — Security Systems — Drainage systems The contract will be divided into 2 areas Northern (Lot 2) and Southern (Lot 1). The value of the extent of the maintenance works is estimated at Lot 1 — Southern Area — 500 000 GBP up to 825 000 GBP per annum Lot 2 — Northern Area — 400 000 GBP up to 715 000 GBP per annum This is an estimate only and is not guarantee of work 2 Framework Please note that Tenderers may apply for both Lot 1 and Lot 2. A Contractor successful on both lots awarded will however not be awarded a contract on both Lots. This is to ensure there is contingency available for Translink in both areas. In the event that a contractor is successful in both Lots, Translink will ask that bidder for their preferred choice of the 2 Lots. Translink reserves the right to appoint the second bidder as the main contractor for the Lot not preferred by the former bidder. The Framework will be composed of the 2 main contractors appointed for both Lots and also the second and third bidders for each Lots forming the reserves, giving a total of 6 contractors within the Framework. When required, both the Northern and Southern contractors and the reserves will be asked to tender for defined specified works/ maintenance projects in either area, typically for works estimated value of 10 000 GBP and above. Failure to provide tenders in such instances will be reflected in Performance Reviews noted in 4.1 below. On occasion contractors may be required to work in the alternate area, this would typically happen in the case of an emergency, under resource or specialist skill/knowledge. Translink will reserve the right to go outside the Framework should the tender for specified works/maintenance projects not provide Translink with value for money. The decision on what is deemed value for money will lie with Translink. 3 Term Service Requirements Works within this contract will principally be the following: — Joinery Maintenance and construction of new; doors, skirting, fencing, walls, roofs and support structures etc., Civil Maintenance of existing and construction of new; foundations, embankments, drainage systems, retaining structures etc., General Building Maintenance of existing and construction of new; fencing, cladding, walls, facades, glazing, tiling, ceilings, walkways, asbestos removal etc., Roads Maintenance of existing and construction of new; roads, platform surfaces, yards, car parks, road markings, gullies and manholes etc., Roofing Maintenance of existing and construction of new; roofs and any associated rainwater goods. Fabrication Maintenance of existing and construction of new; metal structures such as handrails, platforms, beams, columns, gates and steel frames etc Cleaning Power washing, gutter cleaning, graffiti removal, bin emptying, gum removal etc., Grounds Maintenance Grass cutting, weed spraying, leaf removal, weed removal, hedge and tree cutting and planting etc., Platform Maintenance Undertaking maintenance tasks on railway platforms including provision of Staff to provide safety protection on or near the railway Winter Duties Removing of ice and snow during the winter / spring to ensure passenger safety. Decoration Undertaking various painting works to Translink properties and associated structures. Signage Maintenance of existing and construction of new; signage across the network. Refurbishments Undertaking various construction and refurbishment works. This may include such items as; office, bathroom, passenger shelter refurbishments Labour Provision Provision of Staff to provide extra support for the in-house Maintenance Team. It should be noted that while every attempt has been made to reflect Translinks requirements, this list may not be exhaustive, and the Contractor may be asked to provide other general maintenance not listed The erection of appropriate safety barriers, notices, etc., is also the responsibility of the contractor to ensure the safety of all staff, Translink personnel and the public. Where required by Translink the Tenderer shall provide method statements confirming exact working practices to ensure this.

001/0567/16 General Property Maintenance MC040

Translink | Published April 9, 2016
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79993000, 50700000, 45210000, 45453100, 45213100

Translink are seeking to appoint suitably qualified Contractor(s) to participate on a Framework to provide and respond to a wide variety of general property maintenance task orders required by Translink within the internal and external fabric of the buildings and their surrounding grounds over multiple sites. Maintenance tasks will range from general building maintenance (joinery, roofing, civil engineering, fabrication), refurbishment, repairs, decoration, cleaning and associated external works. Within the external works tasks orders, works will include surface repairs to roads and yards and general grounds maintenance. Grounds maintenance will also include for works associated with the upkeep and maintenance of grass and vegetation areas within the boundaries of Translink sites. Winter grounds maintenance will include for de-icing duties to maintain walkways and platforms in a safe condition during periods of frost and snow. On occasions the appointed contractor may be called upon by the Employer to appoint his own domestic subcontractors to provide maintenance cover for works not noted above and may include attendances and support for mechanical and electrical services operations. Such as maintenance of: — Plumbing and Heating systems — Gates and Barriers and Industrial doors — Electrical systems — Security Systems — Drainage systems The contract will be divided into 2 areas Northern (Lot 2) and Southern (Lot 1). The value of the extent of the maintenance works is estimated at Lot 1 — Southern Area — 500 000 GBP up to 825 000 GBP per annum Lot 2 — Northern Area — 400 000 GBP up to 715 000 GBP per annum This is an estimate only and is not guarantee of work 2 Framework Please note that Tenderers may apply for both Lot 1 and Lot 2. A Contractor successful on both lots awarded will however not be awarded a contract on both Lots. This is to ensure there is contingency available for Translink in both areas. In the event that a contractor is successful in both Lots, Translink will ask that bidder for their preferred choice of the 2 Lots. Translink reserves the right to appoint the second bidder as the main contractor for the Lot not preferred by the former bidder. The Framework will be composed of the 2 main contractors appointed for both Lots and also the second and third bidders for each Lots forming the reserves, giving a total of 6 contractors within the Framework. When required, both the Northern and Southern contractors and the reserves will be asked to tender for defined specified works/ maintenance projects in either area, typically for works estimated value of 10 000 GBP and above. Failure to provide tenders in such instances will be reflected in Performance Reviews noted in 4.1 below. On occasion contractors may be required to work in the alternate area, this would typically happen in the case of an emergency, under resource or specialist skill/knowledge. Translink will reserve the right to go outside the Framework should the tender for specified works/maintenance projects not provide Translink with value for money. The decision on what is deemed value for money will lie with Translink. 3 Term Service Requirements Works within this contract will principally be the following: — Joinery Maintenance and construction of new; doors, skirting, fencing, walls, roofs and support structures etc., Civil Maintenance of existing and construction of new; foundations, embankments, drainage systems, retaining structures etc., General Building Maintenance of existing and construction of new; fencing, cladding, walls, facades, glazing, tiling, ceilings, walkways, asbestos removal etc., Roads Maintenance of existing and construction of new; roads, platform surfaces, yards, car parks, road markings, gullies and manholes etc., Roofing Maintenance of existing and construction of new; roofs and any associated rainwater goods. Fabrication Maintenance of existing and construction of new; metal structures such as handrails, platforms, beams, columns, gates and steel frames etc Cleaning Power washing, gutter cleaning, graffiti removal, bin emptying, gum removal etc., Grounds Maintenance Grass cutting, weed spraying, leaf removal, weed removal, hedge and tree cutting and planting etc., Platform Maintenance Undertaking maintenance tasks on railway platforms including provision of Staff to provide safety protection on or near the railway Winter Duties Removing of ice and snow during the winter / spring to ensure passenger safety. Decoration Undertaking various painting works to Translink properties and associated structures. Signage Maintenance of existing and construction of new; signage across the network. Refurbishments Undertaking various construction and refurbishment works. This may include such items as; office, bathroom, passenger shelter refurbishments Labour Provision Provision of Staff to provide extra support for the in-house Maintenance Team. It should be noted that while every attempt has been made to reflect Translinks requirements, this list may not be exhaustive, and the Contractor may be asked to provide other general maintenance not listed The erection of appropriate safety barriers, notices, etc., is also the responsibility of the contractor to ensure the safety of all staff, Translink personnel and the public. Where required by Translink the Tenderer shall provide method statements confirming exact working practices to ensure this.