Rugs and carpets
Provision and placement of carpets and wall and ceiling
the consultation number: M170006 Repair of carpets from the ZA Ile Gabourd Voreppe
Provision of services for cleaning stain-resistant carpets 96.01.12.000 Pogue. m 4400,00 136,07 598 of 708.00 total: 598 of 708.00
Cleaning of premises and windows, delivery and maintenance of carpets in various municipal buildings and cleaning of communal bike shelters for a period between 1 January 2017 and 30 June 2020
Supply (purchase) carpet № 1, laying carpet, cutting carpet, her averagevalue and fixation on the laminate 188.8.131.52 CONV. u 74 74 1,00 600,00 600,00 Supply (purchase) carpet № 2, laying carpet, cutting carpet, her averagevalue and fixation on the laminate 184.108.40.206 CONV. units of 1.00 44 44 733,33 733,33 total: 119 333,33
Carpet for children 13.93.1 4x5 pieces 15,00 420,00 18 276 300,00 The carpet child 13.93.1 3x4 pieces 11,00 890,00 11 130 790,00 Total 407 090,00
Provision and cleaning of floor mud coatings on objects of SPb GUP "Scat" 96.01.12.129 PCs 4,00 total: 0,00
Carpets, others (including those of felt) 220.127.116.11 cond. U 1.00 29 040.00 29 040.00 Total 29 040.00
Services cleaning other not included in other groupings 81.29.19.000 CONV. units of 1.00 895,72 895,72 98 98 total: 98 895,72
Rug 22.19.72.000 piece 325.00 802.33 260 757.25 Carpet 18.104.22.168 5 pcs 3.00 004.67 15 014.01 22.214.171.124 Carpet Pieces 13,00 592,00 10 137 696,00 Carpet 13.93. 19,110 pcs 4.00 67 270 552,00 208,00 Total: 683 675.26
Rental pylegryazezaderzhivayuschih carpets with periodic replacement, cond. u 77.29.19.000 cond. U 1,00 134 285,40 134 285,40 Rent pylegryazezaderzhivayuschih carpets with periodic replacement, cond. u 77.29.19.000 cond. U 1.00 652 593.96 652 593.96 Rental pylegryazezaderzhivayuschih carpets with periodic replacement, cond. u 77.29.19.000 cond. U 1.00 361 677.38 361 677.38 Rental pylegryazezaderzhivayuschih carpets with periodic replacement, cond. u 77.29.19.000 cond. U 1.00 807 647.76 807 647.76 Total: 204.50 1956
Recycling / Reprocessing of HWRC Materials.
The Council requires an arrangement, through a third party, for the processing, reuse/recycling and disposal of process residues of their municipal wood waste, mixed plastics, plasterboard, rubble, paint, mattresses and carpets. The Service Provider will offer collection from the HWRC's and the safe transportation of the recyclates to their treatment facility(ies). The Service Provider shall be fully responsible for the waste on delivery/collection (as appropriate). Collection of the same recyclates by the Service Provider or a duly permitted third party, would be the responsibility (and at the cost of) the Service Provider.
The Service Provider can tender for individual or multiple types of recyclates and are not obligated to tender for all 7 materials.
Tenders are invited for the construction of an extension to the Coolum Library.
The works shall include, but not be limited to:
This is a lump sum construction contract. An expected construction period of five (5) months has been programmed, with works to commence by 4 April 2017 and practical completion by 25 August 2017.
The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘contracting authority’) and Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing (‘KNH’) wish to procure a framework for the supply and installation of floorcoverings (the ‘Service’ or the ‘Services’).
The Service will predominantly involve the replacement of flooring in social domestic housing. This will include: carpets, underlay, gripper and associated products, vinyl, linoleum and sheet floorcovering, including fitting and installation for KNH, the contracting authority's Housing Solutions Department, and from time to time other departments within the contracting authority.
This framework was previously advertised under Notice Reference 2016/S 218-396517. For further details, please refer to the procurement documentation that was published with that Notice and has been re-published with this current Notice (available to download at: https://www.yortender.co.uk or is available at the address set out in Sections I.1 and I.3 of this Notice above).
The contracting authority and KNH wish to procure a framework for the supply of the Services briefly described in Section II.1.4 of this Notice above. It is anticipated that the Services will be delivered to KNH, the contracting authority's Housing Solutions Department, and from time to time other departments within the contracting authority.
The Services required are set out within the procurement documentation (available to download at: https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf), and covers the supply and installation and fitting of carpets, underlay, gripper and associated products, vinyl, linoleum, stair carpet and sheet floorcovering including installation for KNH, the contracting authority's Housing Solutions Department, and from time to time other departments within the contracting authority.
This requirement arises due to:
— decants (temporary moves) whilst the contracting authority and KNH undertake major repair works to housing stock;
— permanent moves from housing stock, often where tenants are downsizing their homes and a tenant wishes the contracting authority and KNH to pay for the supply replacement carpets (i.e. the Homefit Scheme);
— the fitting of vinyl floorcovering to kitchens and bathrooms to housing stock due to repair and renovation works;
— void works;
— new installations;
— discretionary decisions;
— office moves and changes of office layout;
— the renewal of existing floorcoverings at KNH and contracting authority premises; and
— the renewal of carpets and vinyl floorcoverings at nineteen sheltered accommodation blocks and two (2) community centres.
The Services required will include but will not be restricted to:
— the supply of a range of floorcoverings at agreed rates;
— carrying out of surveys and inspections;
— the supply of sample books to enable design choices;
— remedial works to finished floor prior to floorcovering being fitted;
— where the required remedial works to finished floors is beyond the scope of the installation teams, to then authorised representative for the contracting authority;
— the supply and fitting of underlay where required;
— the supply and installation of door plates, capping, nosing and grippers;
— the removal or moving of furniture and goods prior to fitting both out of the areas to be worked on and to return furniture and goods once work in completed; and
— the removal and clearance of all existing waste floorcoverings, waste materials, the existing floorcoverings and packaging materials to a designated recycling centre or licensed tip in a sustainable manner.
Goods and Services for the contracting authority and KNH will be responded to according to individual need as indicated by the ordering officer and detailed in the purchase order dependent on circumstances.
The contracting authority's Housing Solutions Service Department lets and maintains approximately one hundred and ten (110) houses and flats in Huddersfield, ninety-two (92) in Dewsbury and twenty eight (28) in Batley. The service supplies properties with sheet vinyl floor covering to all rooms, except stairs and landings which are carpeted. Goods and Services specifically for the contracting authority's Housing Solutions Department will require a maximum lead time from order to installation of seventy-two (72) hour This is due the nature of the service that the Housing Solutions Department delivers which is required to be more responsive than planned. Economic operators to the framework must have the capacity to deliver to or to exceed this standard.
THE SOLICITATION FOR THIS PROJECT WILL BE POSTED ON OR ABOUT FEBRUARY 7, 2017 WITH QUOTES DUE ON FEBRUARY 22, 2017Description of Work: The contractor shall provide the necessary equipment and personnel to provide janitorial service twice a week at the compound buildings and daily at the fire office and wellness restrooms/shower rooms from March thru November. The service will include but not limited to: changing out lights bulbs in the ceiling light fixtures (bulbs provided by the government), vacuuming carpets, sweeping and mopping tile/linoleum floors, wiping and cleaning sills and inside windows, cleaning and sanitizing restrooms, dusting office surfaces, emptying trash cans, and supplying all paper towels, toilet paper, and hand soap, plus any needed cleaning supplies. In addition there will be a twice yearly deep cleaning of strip wax and buff all tile/linoleum floors, shampoo carpets, wash all office windows outside and clean all office window blinds.Serviced dailyTwice weekly1. Warehouse (81 sq ft) plus 1 restroom2. Comm Shop (760 sq ft) plus 2 restrooms3. Auto Shop (330 sq ft) plus 1 restroomServiced daily March thru November4. Fire Office (276 sq ft)5. Wellness room and Restroom (432 sq ft) plus 2 restrooms plus 1 shower room6. Fire Cache restroom (16 sq ft)Twice Yearly do a deep clean of carpet shampooing and window cleaning.
Lodging up Support of AirFac Muskegon, MI- Lodging required from 01 April 2017 to 31 March 2018 to house rotating TDY crewmembers and support personnel.- Five (5); Two (2) Bedroom, Two (2) Bathroom, unfurnished apartments.- Off-duty berthing facilities must be structured to accommodate mixed-gender crews. Since crew composition could be any combination of males and females, individual bedrooms and bathrooms are required.- Accommodations MUST be within a 7 minute response (muster and travel) time to AIRFAC Muskegon (located at Muskegon County Airport, 186 Sinclair Drive, Muskegon, MI 49441). (SAR REQUIREMENT)- Minimum of 4 vehicle parking spots.- Accommodations will be structurally sound and in good repair (i.e. all floors will be level, staircases will not shake when being ascended/descended, wall/ceilings free of holes and large cracks).- All carpets will be free of mold, stains, objectionable odors, and infestations.- All appliances (kitchen, heating/cooling) will be clean and in working order (free of defects).- All exterior walls will be clean and free of dirt, bird/animal/insect excrement.- All units/accommodations need to be in the immediate vicinity of each other, due to duty crew coordination and muster requirements.- Accommodations will be in a safe and peaceful neighborhood free of frequent domestic disputes.- All payments will be made in arrears.