It is intended that the contract will commence in July 2017, and subject to annual reviews run for a period of 2 years with the option for an extension of a further two single years. The maximum duration of the contract is 4 years. The annual estimated value for the works is 4 000 000 GBP with up to an additional 1 500 000 GBP per annum for capital works. The contract services and works can include but are not restricted to maintenance and compliance services and any associated works including Gas servicing, electrical testing and repairs, lift maintenance, water hygiene management, fire safety, CCTV, door entry systems, specialist equipment servicing (Aids and Adaptations), Fall Arrest and Prevention servicing, Lightning protection, Renewable technologies servicing and Warden Call systems.
Maintenance and Testing of Laboratory Equipment .
Servicing and Repair of Fitness Equipment.
South Lanarkshire Council, on the behalf of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd, is looking to procure the services of a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to service and repair fitness equipment within SLLC leisure facilities.
This contract only includes fitness equipment that is no longer covered by the warranty, service and maintenance schedule of the original supplier/manufacturer.
At present, a total of 442 fitness machines are to be included in the contract. These are located in 15 facilities across South Lanarkshire. Equipment manufacturers include Pulse Fitness, Life Fitness Technogym, Startrac, Cybex, Concept, and Hur.
The 442 machines is made up of 71 treadmills, 61 cycles, 47 cross trainers, 74 other cardiovascular machines and 189 resistance machines. This number will increase over the course of the contract as existing equipment reaches a point where the manufacturer's warranty and/or maintenance agreements expire.
The successful bidder will be required to visit each site on an annual basis to service equipment.
The contract duration shall be 3 years with the option to extend for up to 2 years.
This contract is for the provision of kitchen units for planned programme works and component parts delivered to a Central Stores for repair and maintenance work. The tenderer will be expected to deliver all items required to stores at the date/time specified by Bolton at Home.
New Housing Electrical Repairs and Periodic Testing Service for Council and Social housing, which may include some council buildings. Most repairs will be Electrical Repairs involving Call out, Communal Repairs, some upgrades etc. The scope requires all electrical contractors to undertake the works as listed below: Day to Day responsive repairs Emergency call out and make safe Upgrade works Rewires Communal works Communal Upgrading Smoke alarm installations within domestic properties Emergency lighting upgrades Emergency lighting repairs Emergency lighting testing EICR5 yearly inspection with domestic and communal properties. See further details in SQ documentation specifically Technical Experience SQ-6.
Experience in some or all of the areas identified below: 1. Day to Day responsive repairs 2. Emergency Call out and make safe 3. Upgrade works 4. Rewires 5. Communal works 6. Communal upgrading 7. Smoke alarm installations within domestic properties 8. Emergency lighting upgrades 9. Emergency lighting repairs 10. Emergency lighting testing 11. EICR-5 yearly inspection with domestic and communal properties and as detailed in the above 1-11 being undertaken using NHF appointments and Organisations or Consortia would need to be registered as an approved contractor with the NICEIC or the ECA and have Part P approval as a domestic installer. All works will require photographic evidence before and after works completed.
The Authority seeks a Contractor to provide a comprehensive service for the maintenance, testing, servicing, repairs and ad-hoc work of Thermostatic Valves and pipework to the Authority.
The contract is based on the provision of the specified service rather than a set number of hours to be worked.
The Authority seeks a Contractor to provide a comprehensive service for the maintenance, testing, servicing, repairs and ad-hoc work of Thermostatic Valves and pipework to the Authority. To provide an efficient, reliable, quality driven service to ensure Authority's meet their statutory and legislative obligations for the testing, maintenance and repair of Thermostatic Mixing Valves as set out in HTM 01-04, DO8 Specification, WRAS and L8 HSE Guidance.
The council is looking to establish a single supplier framework agreement.
The repairs service aims to demonstrate a positive impact on our residents' health and well-being by maintaining properties which are safe and fit for purpose.
Islington Council decided to end its housing repairs and maintenance managed service arrangement and set up an in-house repairs team to carry out repairs and maintenance to our housing stock in August 2014. Staff in the in-house repairs team are all be employed directly by Islington Council. By bringing the repairs service back into the Council, the Council will have more control over the repairs and maintenance service it delivers to its residents.
The in-house repairs and maintenance teams require support from external contractors with skilled Drainage Repairs and Maintenance tradespeople in delivering a first-class service.
The aim is to support the in-house teams in providing an efficient and effective service to our residents.
Examples of work which may be carried out:
— Drainage repairs to communal drains,
— Clearing and emptying drainage runs and gullies including jetting and gully suckers,
— Improving and upgrading drainage systems,
— Emergency drainage works,
— Maintaining existing drainage and associated works,
— Drain testing, for example using CCTV,
— Works to manholes including covers and slabs,
— Works to land drains and soakaways,
— Blockages (associated works e.g. rodding & sanisnakes),
— Removal of blockage waste and wash down of contaminated area,
— Drain lining, descales,
— Collapsed drains (including e.g. excavation, drilling etc.),
— Drainage related plumbing external (e.g. replacing a stack),
— Drainage related plumbing internal (e.g. removing and refixing a toilet pan to access a blockage),
— Dig ups (drainage),
— Environmental cleans (following back surge),
— Aquavac (wetvac).
Tenders are invited for a framework for the repair and maintenance of public buildings open to North West Leicestershire District Council and Charnwood Borough Council (‘framework customers’).
The framework contract is to be split into 5 lots:
(3) Mechanical / plumbing
It is envisaged that a single supplier will be appointed to each lot to enable framework customers to be able to make the direct award of individual repair and maintenance jobs within each category estimated at a value of up to 50 000 GBP each.