Lot 1: Multi-shuttle Weaving Loom for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics.
Lot 2: Electronic Jacquard and Harness for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics on a multi-shuttle weaving loom.
Lot 2: Electronic Jacquard and Harness for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics on a multi-shuttle weaving loom at the University of Leeds, School of Design.
Supply and Maintenance of Floor Machines.
Supply and maintenance of various floor cleaning machines in various prison establishments.
Supply and maintenance of industrial floor cleaning machines in various prison establishments.
Sub-contractors will be required to undertake full re-wires to both occupied and un-occupied domestic properties. This includes renewing consumer units, lighting circuits, cooker circuits, light points & switches etc. The work also comprises rewiring to off-peak facilities and installing double and triple pole isolators to the mains supply. Planned works to kitchen and bathroom schemes are also included.
Non Housing works
Sub-contractors will be required to undertake electrical works to commercial and industrial installations. This includes, testing and inspection, rewiring and upgrading new and existing installations using all types of PVC, MICC and SWA cables. Installation of all types of steel and PVC containment, trunking, conduit and basket.
They will also be required to install fire/intruder alarm systems, door access, CCTV and data/comms. On completion of the works they will need to provide all relevant certification and any other relevant information/documentation that may be required by the contract administrator in order to comply with CDM regulations etc.
Under this contract the contractor will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council. Apprenticeships will be supported by placing a levy on the price of products through the managed store. This will take the form of a standard % which will then in turn fund the placement of apprentices within the Council teams.
Accordingly contract performance conditions may relate in particular to secondary considerations.
Leeds City Council is looking to procure a new contract for 3 years with an option of a 1 additional year extension.
The contract will be for a city wide service covering both residential properties and civic assets and schools for the asbestos removals will be City wide.
Work may be packaged in the following Lots:
— Lot 1: 2 000 000 GBP 2 x Suppliers Leeds Building Services sub-contractors. Will undertake both residential and work to Civic assets / Schools.
— Lot 2: 600 000 GBP 1 x Supplier to Housing Leeds Asbestos Team (will undertake only residential removal work).
— Lot 3: 300 000 GBP 2 x Suppliers Air Monitoring suppliers.
Leeds Building Services manage citywide asbestos removal for the following directorates within Leeds City Council:
Housing Leeds premises can consist of the following and should be taken into account.
— Domestic properties (Tenanted/ Leaseholder homes/flats, including sheltered housing schemes): 57 689 assets.
— Sheltered accommodation of the elderly (No of blocks/schemes): 41 Blocks.
— Multi Story High Rise Blocks of flats (over 5 stories): 129 Blocks.
— Medium size blocks of flats (up to 4 stories): 3 713 Blocks (this includes 1-5 stores).
— Shops: 323 (284 Shop units and 39 Office units).
— Garages or garage sites: 6 060 garages.
— Housing offices: — 52.
Children services premises include:
— 274 Schools inclusive of high schools/academies/primary/specialist learning centres and library services often with multiple blocks and building archetypes on 1 site.
— Of which, 17 CLASP and 32 SCHOLA system built schools with AIB clad columns throughout.
Corporate Property Management premises includes:
— 934 buildings with known asbestos containing materials of which;
— Almost every type of commercial building type and bespoke design falls into this category inclusive of;
— Offices, libraries, community centres, shops, industrial estates, public conveniences, cemeteries and associated buildings, leisure centres, town halls, community centres, children's homes, pavilions, changing rooms, markets, one stop shops, workshops, homes for older people, day centres, galleries, museums and hostels.
The Council currently has 2 contracts for asbestos removal, both are due to expire, with no further opportunity for extension. This market sounding process will support LCC in developing a procurement strategy to replace the current contracts.