United Kingdom-Elgin: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.moray.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/search/Search_AuthProfile.aspx?ID=AA00160
Section II: Object
17/0027 Moray Council Planned Maintenance
Planned maintenance to the Authority’s portfolio of 200 public buildings and schools, as well as the Authority owned housing stock of 6,023 properties which are located throughout Moray.
There is the potential to extend the agreement for a further year.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
4B1.1 Bidders shall provide their yearly turnover for the last 3 financial years.
4B.3 If this information is not available for the entire period bidders will be required to state the date they set up or started trading.
4B.5.2 Bidders if successful will be required to evidence Public Liability Insurance of not less than 5 000 000 GBP.
4C.1 Bidders shall provide relevant examples of works carried out in the past 5 years.
4C.6 Bidders if successful will be required to supply a copy of their relevant trade qualification, certification, and/or professional body membership.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Approximately 6 months prior to the end of contract.
4C.1 Bidders shall provide relevant examples of works carried out in the past 5 years
The buyer is using PCS-Tender to conduct this ITT exercise. The Project code is 10353
For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2343
The Contracting Authority does not intend to include a sub-contract clause as part of community benefits (as per Section 25 of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014) in this contract for the following reason:
The Contracting Authority does not intend to include a subcontract clause as part of community benefits (as per Section 25 of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014) in this contract for the following reason:
For Planned Maintenance, the variety of trades required and varying timescales is generally prohibitive as such that the bidder can choose to utilise their existing supply chain or advertise.
The Contracting Authority does not intend to include any community benefit requirements in this contract for the following reason:
There will be a wide and varied supply base delivering the contractual requirements, and it would be difficult to devise, and manage fair community benefits requirements across such a diverse contractual and supply base.
The nature of the works required in itself delivers a community benefit through the requirements tending to result in the use of a localised SME supply chain, therefore delivering socio-economic benefits to the local area.