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Staff Changing Lockers [339117]

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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44000000, 44400000, 44420000, 44421720

Staff Changing Lockers [339117]

001/0570/16 C6276 Central Workshop and Store — Main Contractor

Translink | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45213200, 45200000

The Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company NITHC is a public corporation established under the Transport Act NI 1967 to oversee the provision of public transport in Northern Ireland. It is responsible for the operation of its subsidiary companies, Citybus now Metro, NI Railways and Ulsterbus, which deliver passenger transport services. Translink is the brand name of the 3 operating companies, which operate integrated, scheduled bus and rail services in Northern Ireland, including cross border and cross channel links under a Public Service Obligation. Translink is one of Northern Ireland's largest employers, with over 3 500 employees, 80 000 000 passengers per annum and an annual turnover of 125 000 000. Translink wish to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to undertake building and civil engineering works in relation to the construction of a Workshop and Stores Facility in the Duncrue Street area of Belfast. The facility will house functional areas but not be limited to the following. The Bus Maintenance Workshop will require a mix of pits and bays to maintain both the regular Metro. Ulsterbus Fleet and the anticipated BRT Fleet, articulated 18.6 m buses. It is anticipated that there will be 2 No covered bus washes provided, 1 No drive through and 1 No programmable roll over wash, as well as a separate chassis wash 2 No drive through covered fuel issues would be linked to the bus wash lanes and would require accommodation for fuel logging and an accompanying Tank Farm. This area should also facilitate the cleaning of buses internally. Central Stores is a supporting function to bus maintenance in the Duncrue Street Facility and Greater Belfast Area. Typically it will require racking and shelving systems with access to the engineering workshop for forklift and or pallet trucks. An industrial lift may be provided to facilitate storage over 2 floors. M and E systems required within this area may include CCTV, Access Control and IT. Bus Engineering and Bus Operations will require ancillary accommodation to support their primary functions at this location. This may include driver pay in, offices, locker room, staff rest area, toilets etc. There may be some offices provided at this locations not linked to either Bus Engineering or Operations. Bus Parking is required for 70 to 80 standard buses and 30 BRT buses. Circa 200 spaces would be required for staff parking; this should be segregated from the bus parking. Generally, security fencing and gates, a security hut, vehicle barriers, lighting and CCTV will be provided within the depot. The delivery timescales for this project are determined by the BRT Programme. Maintenance functions and parking accommodation for the new Belfast Rapid Transit fleet BRT will be located on this new facility. The BRT fleet servicing period commences in Spring 2018, it is foreseen that a Sectional Completion of the bus wash and fuel issue complex, with parking for 30 BRT Vehicles, will be required at this point. The commencement of BRT service is scheduled for September 2018 and the new facility will need to be operational in advance of this. It is estimated that this will be an 18-month construction contract valued in the range 10 000 000 to 15 000 000.

001/0570/16 C6276 Central Workshop and Store — Main Contractor

Translink | Published April 8, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45213200, 45200000

The Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company NITHC is a public corporation established under the Transport Act NI 1967 to oversee the provision of public transport in Northern Ireland. It is responsible for the operation of its subsidiary companies, Citybus now Metro, NI Railways and Ulsterbus, which deliver passenger transport services. Translink is the brand name of the 3 operating companies, which operate integrated, scheduled bus and rail services in Northern Ireland, including cross border and cross channel links under a Public Service Obligation. Translink is one of Northern Ireland's largest employers, with over 3 500 employees, 80 000 000 passengers per annum and an annual turnover of 125 000 000. Translink wish to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to undertake building and civil engineering works in relation to the construction of a Workshop and Stores Facility in the Duncrue Street area of Belfast. The facility will house functional areas but not be limited to the following. The Bus Maintenance Workshop will require a mix of pits and bays to maintain both the regular Metro. Ulsterbus Fleet and the anticipated BRT Fleet, articulated 18.6 m buses. It is anticipated that there will be 2 No covered bus washes provided, 1 No drive through and 1 No programmable roll over wash, as well as a separate chassis wash 2 No drive through covered fuel issues would be linked to the bus wash lanes and would require accommodation for fuel logging and an accompanying Tank Farm. This area should also facilitate the cleaning of buses internally. Central Stores is a supporting function to bus maintenance in the Duncrue Street Facility and Greater Belfast Area. Typically it will require racking and shelving systems with access to the engineering workshop for forklift and or pallet trucks. An industrial lift may be provided to facilitate storage over 2 floors. M and E systems required within this area may include CCTV, Access Control and IT. Bus Engineering and Bus Operations will require ancillary accommodation to support their primary functions at this location. This may include driver pay in, offices, locker room, staff rest area, toilets etc. There may be some offices provided at this locations not linked to either Bus Engineering or Operations. Bus Parking is required for 70 to 80 standard buses and 30 BRT buses. Circa 200 spaces would be required for staff parking; this should be segregated from the bus parking. Generally, security fencing and gates, a security hut, vehicle barriers, lighting and CCTV will be provided within the depot. The delivery timescales for this project are determined by the BRT Programme. Maintenance functions and parking accommodation for the new Belfast Rapid Transit fleet BRT will be located on this new facility. The BRT fleet servicing period commences in Spring 2018, it is foreseen that a Sectional Completion of the bus wash and fuel issue complex, with parking for 30 BRT Vehicles, will be required at this point. The commencement of BRT service is scheduled for September 2018 and the new facility will need to be operational in advance of this. It is estimated that this will be an 18-month construction contract valued in the range 10 000 000 to 15 000 000.

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