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United Kingdom-Walsall: Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.watmos.org.uk
Section II: Object
Structural Repairs, Window Replacements and Balcony Refurbishments to High-Rise Blocks in Walsall
Structural repairs, replacement of windows and balcony doors, replacement or refurbishment of balcony handrails and renewal of balcony flooring together with associated works to 21 number high-rise blocks on 4 tenant management organisation estates within the borough of Walsall, West Midlands.
Refurbishment works to 21 number high rise blocks in the borough of Walsall comprising repairs to structure (concrete repairs and other repairs), replacement of existing windows and balcony doors with new UPVC units, refurbishment to balconies to flats by replacement or repairs to balustrade and floor coverings, plus other associated works including external decoration.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The employer is looking to appoint a single contractor to undertake work across all 4 estates in order to obtain maximum efficiencies, establish a good working relationship and to manage the delivery of the works. The appointed contractor will need to work with the employer to achieve expenditure in accordance with available budgets. The employer cannot guarantee that the full works will be undertaken or fully completed as this is dependent upon budgets and strategy, which may result in the project not taking place, or a reduction of works/additional work as required. The Contractor will not be entitled to make any claims whatsoever for the contract not proceeding or for work omitted from the contract. The employer reserves the right not to award or abandon the procurement exercise at any time for all or part of the works at its sole discretion with no liability what so ever to any applicant or tenderer. All costs incurred by any applicant in the procurement exercise shall be incurred entirely by the applicant/tenderer. GO Reference: GO-2019328-PRO-14635083.
The Contracting Authority will enter into this contract following a minimum 10 day calendar day standstill period starting on the day after the notification of the result. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102) (as Amended) (the Regulations) provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or who are at risk of harm
by a breach of the Regulations to bring proceedings in the High Court. Any such proceedings must be brought within the limitation period specified by the Regulations according to the remedy sought.