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United Kingdom-Durham: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.durham.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: www.nepo.org
Section II: Object
Contract for Domestic Solid Wall Insulation Innovation (SWIi) Project.
Durham County Council Durham and Durham University Energy Institute are looking into a potential tender exercise for an Innovation Solid Wall Insulation Project. The Council have applied for ERDF funding and is awaiting confirmation of the bid's success. If unsuccessful an alternative funding source may be identified. The SWII project will deliver a ‘Whole Place’ energy efficiency innovation programme in a minimum of 210 fuel poor homes in former mining villages such as South Moor, Ramshaw, Cockfield and Ferryhill.
The procurement is for innovative solid wall insulation product and system that incorporates the following elements that address key local and national factors contributing to current market failure
— new stone and brick SWI finishes that have system warranty* and comply with local planning constraints
— pre fabrication and offsite manufacture of key SWI components
— a scaffold free smart construction/installation method
to a minimum of 210 fuel poor homes in former mining villages such as South Moor, Ramshaw, Cockfield and Ferryhill.
The Council intends to invite the five (5) highest scoring bidding organisations to Tender, subject to having passed the relevant pass / fail sections of the Selection Questionnaire (SQ) and achieved a minimum weighted score of 60 % for the Technical Questions within the SQ.
Organisations can register electronically for the documents via www.nepoportal.org, access the suppliers area, select Durham and input DN302110. This tender opportunity is funded by ERDF and is subject to funding approval, the budget is the maximum amount available including all variations/ contingencies. The evaluation of shortlisted bidders will be to maximise the properties for this budget.
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