United Kingdom-London: Drainage works
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.rbkc.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: www.rbkc.gov.uk
Section II: Object
Highways, Drainage Works and Gully Cleaning Services
The works will be carried out within the area of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and comprise without limitation, a range of highway drainage works, from complete reconstruction of road gully pans and connections to pan replacements and pipe repairs. Work may also include carriageway reinstatement including road markings and anti-skid as required by the Engineer throughout the whole of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The works comprise a combination of reactive and programmed maintenance works as well as some new installation works.
Central London including Kensington and Chelsea and possible Westminster and Hammersmith and Fulham.
The work includes:
(a) Replacement of gully pans and construction of connection to sewer, to be carried out in a heading;
(b) Reinstatement of carriageway openings in asphalt, granite setts, paving stones, etc.;
(c) Reinstatement of carriageway markings following the carriageway reinstatement works;
(d) Clearing of blocked drainage pipes using rods and high pressure jetting;
(e) Arranging for parking suspensions and notifying residents and businesses affected by the works.
For emergency works, the contractor will be required to mobilise the necessary resources within 2 hours and proceed with the works as instructed.
Call-off contracts may be for shorter or longer durations than the framework agreement; RBKC's 5 year call-off contract contains a clear, precise and unequivocal review clause permitting the contract to be extended by up to 36 months.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
This framework agreement has not been divided into Lots because it is, itself, one of 6 framework agreements awarded for different types of highways works. Further division into Lots would not be in the best economic interest of the Contracting Authority.
The provisions of Regulations 88-103 of the Public Contract Regulations 2015 apply.