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Repair and maintenance services of boilers

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 18, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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50531100

Repair and maintenance services of boilers

16-06 Service, Repair and Maintenance of Boiler Plant

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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50531100

The Contract is to cover the servicing, repair and maintenance of all boiler plant throughout the University Estate as detailed in the Specification.

16-06 Service, Repair and Maintenance of Boiler Plant

University of Wolverhampton | Published July 14, 2016
Winner
Heating & Pipework Installations (Staffs) Ltd
cpvs
50531100

The Contract has been awarded to cover the servicing, repair and maintenance of all boiler plant throughout the University Estate as detailed in the Specification.

16-06 Service, Repair and Maintenance of Boiler Plant

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2016
cpvs
50531100

The Contract is to cover the servicing, repair and maintenance of all boiler plant throughout the University Estate as detailed in the Specification.

16-05 Repair and Maintenance of Air Conditioning and Cooling Systems

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 25, 2016  -  Deadline June 23, 2016
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45259000, 42512000

The Contract is to cover the repair and maintenance of all air conditioning, cooling and refrigeration plant throughout the University Estate as described within the Specification. From time to time there may be a requirement for upgrading existing systems or the installation of new plant and equipment. All new systems must be backwards compatible.

16-05 Repair and Maintenance of Air Conditioning and Cooling Systems

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 25, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
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45259000, 42512000

The Contract is to cover the repair and maintenance of all air conditioning, cooling and refrigeration plant throughout the University Estate as described within the Specification. From time to time there may be a requirement for upgrading existing systems or the installation of new plant and equipment. All new systems must be backwards compatible.

16-05 Repair and Maintenance of Air Conditioning and Cooling Systems

University of Wolverhampton | Published August 5, 2016
Winner
Industrial Refrigeration Services
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45259000, 42512000

The Contract has been awarded to cover the repair and maintenance of all air conditioning, cooling and refrigeration plant throughout the University Estate as described within the Specification. From time-to-time there may be a requirement for upgrading existing systems or the installation of new plant and equipment. All new systems must be backwards compatible.

Repair and maintenance services

Bushbury Hill Estate Management Board | Published November 26, 2016
Winner
The Wrekin Housing Trust
cpvs
50000000

The following operations:

Will include:

— Emergency repair service (excluding out of hours),

— General responsive repairs services,

— Minor planned and batched repairs,

— Void repair to a defined standard (Inc Gas checks / repairs and certification),

— ‘Adhoc gas/ central heating works’, (minor repairs and replace damaged gas fires).

— Call receipt / handling direct from resident(s) to include diagnosis of repairs, raise orders or assign for preinspection,

provision of appointments and the like via a freephone facility.

May include:

— External repairs and redecorations,

The works specifically exclude annual gas servicing (except voids) and Boiler repairs / replacements and general out of hours emergency works (all trades).

The form of contract will be the NHF Schedule of Rates with associated contract documents.

Not applicable — VEAT Notice.

Repair and maintenance services

University of Wolverhampton | Published October 7, 2017  -  Deadline November 6, 2017
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50000000, 44115310, 44221200

The Contract shall cover all automatic doors and roller shutters throughout the University Estate as detailed in Appendix B — Schedule of Doors. The required Service comprises; periodic inspection, testing, service and maintenance in accordance with Section 2B — Schedule of Cyclical Maintenance Tasks, together with an emergency call-out facility for repairs and breakdowns at each of the University Campuses.

The University of Wolverhampton (the ‘University’) (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management or financial control, even though it may own less than (50 %) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the ‘Contract’) with a Contractor (the ‘Contractor’) for the provision of the service and maintenance of automatic doors and roller shutters to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via Competitive Tenders (‘Tenders’) from suitably qualified organisations (‘Tenderers’) in response to this Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’) for the provision of the aforementioned Services.

In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential Funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by, for example, the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme, or other Funding Body.

The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority including but not limited to, City of Wolverhampton Council and Royal Wolverhampton Hospital Trust.

The Contract shall cover all automatic doors and roller shutters throughout the University Estate as detailed in Appendix B — Schedule of Doors. The required Service comprises; periodic inspection, testing, service and maintenance in accordance with Section 2B — Schedule of Cyclical Maintenance Tasks, together with an emergency call-out facility for repairs and breakdowns at each of the University Campuses.

The term of the Contract shall be for a period of three (3) years commencing on 1.2.2018 with an optional extension of up to an additional two further twelve (12) month periods. The maximum Contract duration is therefore five (5) years.

The Qualification section will be assessed on a pass/fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by CCS.

The requirements here include:

— The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of 500 000 GBP,

— The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of ≥30,

— The Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Public Liability Insurance,

— The Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Employer's Liability Insurance,

— The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 / a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate,

— The Tenderer must provide evidence that all engineers working on Automatic Doors under this contract have BS EN 16005:2012 accreditation,

— The Tenderer must provide evidence that all engineers working on the Roller Shutter Doors under this contract have a minimum of NVQ Level 2 in door and shutter systems,

— The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with ISO 9001 (Quality Management),

— The Tenderer must provide evidence that they can be on site within 2 hours of receiving an emergency call-out request.

Repair and maintenance services

University of Wolverhampton | Published October 10, 2017  -  Deadline November 1, 2017
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50000000

The University is seeking to establish a contract for the supply of Reactive and Long Term Building Maintenance Services, where applicable, at the University's Telford Campus and Wolverhampton Science Park; summary details include but are not limited to the following: Mechanical and Electrical, General Building, Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting and Decorating, Floor Finishes, Reactive Out of Hours Call Out.

The University is seeking to establish a contract for the supply of Reactive and Long Term Building Maintenance Services, where applicable, at the University's Telford Campus and Wolverhampton Science Park; summary details include but are not limited to the following: Mechanical and Electrical, General Building, Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting and Decorating, Floor Finishes, Reactive Out of Hours Call Out.

Please note; the Contract may cover non-specialist Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), however does not cover specialist PPM activities. The role of the Contractor will be to also manage the University's PPM and Term Contractors via Principal Contractor role.

— UK based organisations must hold a current and valid membership to Construction line.

— The Tenderer's last two years' annual turnover must have been over 900 000 GBP each year

— The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 / a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate which includes Construction Contractor, Principal Contractor, and non-Construction as part of the SSIP audit.

— The Tenderer must hold a related accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with ISO 9001 (Quality Management) or your own in-house Quality Management System consistent with ISO 9001.

— The Tenderer must hold a related accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with ISO 14001 or equivalent (Environmental Management).

— It is a mandatory requirement that the successful contractor can have suitable personnel on site within 4 hours of the call to attend a general maintenance activity.

— You must be able to act as Principal Contractor if required at both locations.

— The successful contractor must be able to provide Third Party Fire Preventative advice throughout the duration of the Contract.

Please be aware there are TUPE commitments with this Tender.

Scored Questions are detailed on the e-tendering portal.

16-06 Service, Repair and Maintenance of Boiler Plant

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
Winner
Heating & Pipework Installations (Staffs) Ltd
cpvs
50531000

The University of Wolverhampton (the ‘University’) (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management or financial control, even though it may own less than (50%) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the “Contract”) with a Contractor (the ‘Contractor’) to service, repair and maintain Boiler Plant to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via Competitive Tenders (“Tenders”) from suitably qualified organisations (“Tenderers”) in response to this Invitation to Tender (“ITT”) for the provision of the aforementioned Services. In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential Funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by, for example, the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme, or other Funding Body. The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority. The Contract is to cover the servicing, repair and maintenance of all boiler plant throughout the University Estate as detailed in the Specification. The term of the Contract shall be for a period of three (3) years commencing on 01st August 2016 with an optional extension of up to two further 12-month periods. This requirement is not split into Lots. The need to coordinate the different contractors for the lots could seriously risk undermining the proper execution of the contract. The Qualification Assessment is scored on a Pass/Fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office and as detailed in the Scoring Methodology (Appendix 1). The requirements here include: • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £1M • The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of ≥30 • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Public Liability Insurance • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Employer’s Liability Insurance • The Tenderer must be Gas Safe Registered • The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 / a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate • The Tenderer must be a member of the Building Engineering Services Association (or EU Equivalent) • The Tenderer must be able to arrive on site within 1 hour of receiving an emergency call-out request. • All Engineers must have minimum NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) and 3 years post-qualification experience.

PP14088 — Air Handling and Conditioning Plant — 2014.

Wolverhampton City Council | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
RMC Mechanical Services Limited
cpvs
42500000

The contract is for servicing, repair and maintenance to Air Conditioning & Air Handling Plant within the Council's buildings (excluding domestic housing).

Repair and maintenance services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
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50000000, 32231000, 32234000, 32235000, 51000000

Provision of supply, installation and maintenance of CCTV site based systems to include computer systems ancillary CCTV related systems and sub-systems for Wolverhampton City Council, Dudley MBC,and Walsall MBC.

15-39 Service, Maintenance, Upgrading and Replacement of Passenger/Goods Lifts

University of Wolverhampton | Published July 9, 2016
Winner
Stannah Lift Services
cpvs
50750000, 42416100, 45313100

This requirement is split into 2 Lots. Lot 1 covers the general service, repair and maintenance of all Passenger/Goods/Service lifts and platform lifts situated throughout the University Estates.

Lot 2 covers new works and major refurbishment projects i.e. the upgrading of existing systems or the installation of new equipment (all new systems must be backwards compatible).

Lot 1 has been awarded to a single Supplier.

Lot 2 forms a Framework of 3 Suppliers. Each call-off for the services required under Lot 2 will be conducted via mini-competition.

Maintenance of Roof Mounted Ventilation.

Wolverhampton Homes | Published February 27, 2015
Winner
Mossvale Maintenance & Sealing Services Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 50530000

Repair and maintenance services. Repair and maintenance services of machinery. Wolverhampton Homes require a suitably qualified Contractor to provide a full annual electrical and mechanical inspection servicing regime and the repair of all mechanical roof extractor units fitted on each of the locations as listed in Schedule 3 Schedule of Rates. Services include: — servicing preventative maintenance; — response repairs and call out breakdown attendance (including out of hours service provision). The contract shall be for 4 years, with the option to extend annually for a further 2 years, subject to the satisfactory performance. The projected budget for this work over the course of the contract is approximately 80 000 GBP per annum. The winning contractor will be required to provide and be responsible for the provision of all services and meeting responses and rectification times in this Contract. The winning contractor will be required to provide relevant contact details, including for out of hours, for the purpose of reporting problems, faults, breakdowns, and general enquiries. The Contractor shall assign a dedicated person and a deputy for the running of this contract. The winning contractor will not use subcontractors in relation to the delivery of this Contract. The winning contractor must be registered as a member of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) or equivalent approved body. The winning contractor will be registered on Construction-line and have a Contract Notation of at least 80 000 GBP in an appropriate category. The winning contractor will hold a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate which includes Construction Contractor, Principal Contractor, CDMC, Designer, Group and NonConstruction as part of the SSIP audit. The winning contractor will have Public Liability Insurance of at least 5 000 000 GBP for the duration of the contract. The winning contractor must ensure that all operatives employed on the contract are given Asbestos Awareness Training. The winning contractor shall only utilise suitably qualified personnel in connection with this contract. Where Apprentices or other trainees are utilised on this contract, they are to be supervised by a suitably qualified person at all times. The winning contractor will be required to assist Wolverhampton Homes in its objective to build stronger and better communities. Accordingly, the Contractor will be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may relate to social and environmental considerations. The contractor's technical capability to meet these requirements may also be assessed at the pre-qualification stage. The criteria which evaluate the manner in which the contractor will meet these requirements may also be included within the contract award criteria. Further details are to be provided in the PQQ/Invitation to Tender documentation.

Non Domestic Periodic Electrical Testing Incorporating Portable and Fixed Appliance Testing.

Wolverhampton Homes | Published February 27, 2015
Winner
Midwest Electrical Services Ltd
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71314100, 50532000

Electrical services. Repair and maintenance services of electrical machinery, apparatus and associated equipment. Wolverhampton Homes requires an established, suitably qualified and experienced Contractor to: — Provide Electrical Periodic Testing to various non-domestic areas in different types of buildings throughout the City; — Provide Portable and Fixed Appliance Testing at various locations throughout the City; — Carry out remedial works following the testing of installations. The Contractor must be registered as a member of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) or equivalent approved body. All Tenderers must hold a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate which includes Construction Contractor, Principal Contractor, CDMC, Designer, Group and Non-Construction as part of the SSIP audit. Please see www.ssip.org.uk for more details of the relevant schemes. All Tenderers must be registered on Constructionline and have a Contract Notation of at least 50 000 GBP in an appropriate Category. The term of the Contract shall be 4 years with the option to extend for annually for a further 2 years.

PP14088 air handling and conditioning plant.

Wolverhampton City Council | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline November 21, 2014
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42500000

The Council intend to let the contracts for a maximum for a four year term, subject to rigorous annual satisfaction targets and minimum performance indicators being achieved. Total property portfolio amounts to approximately 450 buildings and addresses with a total 800 000 m sq. floor area. The works will generally be within a radius of 6 miles from the Civic Centre (WV1), however there are some establishments at a greater distance. The scope of the contract includes servicing, repair and maintenance to air conditioning and air handling plant within the Council's buildings (excluding domestic housing). The air conditioning and air handling units generally will be serviced twice a year although some sites may require further visits. For works on gas installations, it shall be a condition of the contract that in addition to the necessary skills and workmanship each employee shall have passed the appropriate approved code of practice (ACOP) and be a member of Gas Safe (or equivalent). Certain buildings have air handling units which contain gas firing equipment. It is also a requirement that the contractor must be registered with REFCOM.

PP14088 air handling and conditioning plant.

Wolverhampton City Council | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline November 20, 2014
cpvs
42500000

The Council intend to let the contracts for a maximum for a four year term, subject to rigorous annual satisfaction targets and minimum performance indicators being achieved. Total property portfolio amounts to approximately 450 buildings and addresses with a total 800 000 m sq. floor area. The works will generally be within a radius of 6 miles from the Civic Centre (WV1), however there are some establishments at a greater distance. The scope of the contract includes servicing, repair and maintenance to air conditioning and air handling plant within the Council's buildings (excluding domestic housing). The air conditioning and air handling units generally will be serviced twice a year although some sites may require further visits. For works on gas installations, it shall be a condition of the contract that in addition to the necessary skills and workmanship each employee shall have passed the appropriate approved code of practice (ACOP) and be a member of Gas Safe (or equivalent). Certain buildings have air handling units which contain gas firing equipment. It is also a requirement that the contractor must be registered with REFCOM.

Access Control, Door Entry and CCTV Installation, Maintenance and Repair Services.

Wolverhampton Homes | Published November 26, 2015
Winner
Openview Security Solutions Limited
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42961100, 92222000, 45421131, 44221212, 35121700, 32360000

— Access control system, — Closed circuit television services, — Installation of doors, — Door screens, — Alarm systems, — Intercom equipment. Wolverhampton Homes Limited (WHL) is an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) established in 2005 which manages and maintains Wolverhampton City Council's Social Housing Stock (approximately 23 200 properties).This contract will provide Wolverhampton Homes with a 24/7 repair and maintenance contract for all automatic door openers, manual/electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, door entry, concierge and CCTV systems on our estates or offices across the City of Wolverhampton. The contract will deliver an effective, reliable and professional service to for all tenants and leaseholders throughout the term. This contract requires the following: — Planned preventative maintenance to all automatic door openers, manual/electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, CCTV (including display screens), door entry and network connections on 48 high rise blocks, 800 medium/low rise blocks and 7 offices across Wolverhampton; — 24/7 repairs and reactive maintenance to all automatic door openers, manual/electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, CCTV (including display screens), door entry and network connections across 48 high rise blocks, 800 medium/low rise blocks and 7 offices across Wolverhampton; — On an ad hoc basis, the supply and installation of new front and rear entrance doors and screens, including door entry access with networks connections and associated equipment to flats and maisonettes, and the installation of door intercoms to individual flat entrances, with an integrated access controlled audio entry system; — On an ad hoc basis, the provision of additional CCTV systems integrated into the CCTV control room, including Capital upgrade, network connections, remote access control, door entry, intruder and social community alarms. This contract will be for a period of 4 years with a possible extension of 2 years, renewable annually, subject to the satisfactory performance of the winning contractor and the strategic direction of Wolverhampton Homes. The overall expected capital expenditure is budgeted to be 550 000 GBP per annum, split between CCTV and door entry works. 250 000 GBP has been budgeted for repair and maintenance related works. It is anticipated that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE Regulations) will apply in respect of the award of the Contract, and that for the purposes of those Regulations, the undertaking concerned (or any relevant part of the undertaking) shall transfer the Contractor on the commencement of the Contract. Further information shall be given to Potential Providers at Invitation to Tender Stage. The winning contractor will be required to assist Wolverhampton Homes in its objective to build stronger and better communities. Accordingly, the Contractor will be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may relate to social and environmental considerations. The criteria which evaluate the manner in which the contractor will meet these requirements may be included within the contract award criteria. Further details are to be provided in the Invitation to Tender documentation.

Access Control, Door Entry and CCTV Installation, Maintenance and Repair Services.

Wolverhampton Homes | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
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42961100, 92222000, 45421131, 44221212, 35121700, 32360000

Access control system. Closed circuit television services. Installation of doors. Door screens. Alarm systems. Intercom equipment. Wolverhampton Homes Limited (WHL) is an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) established in 2005 which manages and maintains Wolverhampton City Council's Social Housing Stock (approximately 23 200 properties).This contract will provide Wolverhampton Homes with a 24/7 repair and maintenance contract for all automatic door openers, manual/electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, door entry, concierge and CCTV systems on our estates or offices across the City of Wolverhampton. The contract will deliver an effective, reliable and professional service to for all tenants and leaseholders throughout the term. This contract requires the following: — Planned preventative maintenance to all automatic door openers, manual/electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, CCTV (including display screens), door entry and network connections on 48 high rise blocks, 800 medium/ low rise blocks and 7 offices across Wolverhampton. — 24/7 repairs and reactive maintenance to all automatic door openers, manual/ electronic roller shutters, car park barriers, CCTV (including display screens), door entry and network connections across 48 high rise blocks, 800 medium/low rise blocks and 7 offices across Wolverhampton — On an ad hoc basis, the supply and installation of new front and rear entrance doors and screens, including door entry access with networks connections and associated equipment to flats and maisonettes, and the installation of door intercoms to individual flat entrances, with an integrated access controlled audio entry system. — On an ad hoc basis, the provision of additional CCTV systems integrated into the CCTV control room, including Capital upgrade, network connections, remote access control, door entry, intruder and social community alarms. This contract will be for a period of 4 years with a possible extension of 2 years, renewable annually, subject to the satisfactory performance of the winning contractor and the strategic direction of Wolverhampton Homes. The overall expected capital expenditure is budgeted to be 550 000 GBP per annum, split between CCTV and door entry works. 250 000 GBP has been budgeted for repair and maintenance related works. It is anticipated that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE Regulations) will apply in respect of the award of the Contract, and that for the purposes of those Regulations, the undertaking concerned (or any relevant part of the undertaking) shall transfer the Contractor on the commencement of the Contract. Further information shall be given to Potential Providers at Invitation to Tender Stage. The winning contractor will be required to assist Wolverhampton Homes in its objective to build stronger and better communities. Accordingly, the Contractor will be required to actively participate in achieving these objectives and contract performance conditions may relate to social and environmental considerations. The criteria which evaluate the manner in which the contractor will meet these requirements may be included within the contract award criteria. Further details are to be provided in the Invitation to Tender documentation.