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United Kingdom-Chalfont St Peter: Construction work
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
B2G Minor Works — England
B2G is acting on behalf of GHHA, and all communication regarding the framework should be directed to B2G (email@example.com). This is a national framework agreement for use by contracting authorities across England to call off both single and multi-site minor works projects in relation to the planned and reactive repair, maintenance and improvement of both housing and non-housing property. This framework, MW20, is suited to principal contractors with national scale and multi-discipline capability. It runs in parallel with MW21 which is suited to regional specialists who prefer to focus on specific regions and or work-types. In creating two separate frameworks B2G is supporting government guidelines re unfair competition by avoiding pitching suppliers of unequal scale and resource against one another.
Sites may be throughout England,
The framework will suit contracting authorities who appreciate the continuity of a working relationship with a principal contractor to manage projects irrespective of scale, complexity or geographic spread. It consists of a single lot – England – and we anticipate the framework being used by buyers for a wide range and type of call off project, from single site to multi-site, and both one-off and term-based contracts.
Consequently the appointed supplier is an experienced principal contractors with national scale and:
— proven capability of managing and delivering all forms of building upgrade and associated works and services including thermal upgrades, roofing upgrades, kitchen and bathroom replacements, window and door replacements, disability adaptations and cyclical decoration and repairs,
— proven capability and capacity to coordinate and deliver complex, concurrent multi-site projects across England with a wide range of values above the threshold including those with a minimum of GBP 5 million+,
— proven capability of managing projects on both housing and non-housing asset types which may include residential, flats, sheltered and shared accommodation, administrative, educational, health, storage, technical, industrial, agricultural, commercial, retail, leisure and communal property owned or managed by the contracting authority.
This will be a 4-year framework.
We will only appoint suppliers who are fully committed to optimising economic, social and environmental outputs of every Project as per The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
The framework will be accessible to any publicly funded organisation and or contracting authority in England as defined by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 including but not limited to any central government department, agency, devolved administration and or national/non-departmental public body or any local authority, unitary authority, or subsidiary or joint-venture vehicle of a local or unitary authority, or any arms-length management organisation or council owned company, or any school, college, university, education trust or authority, or any transport authority or service provider, or any health authority, council, board or trust, or any police, fire, rescue or emergency service, or any housing association, registered social landlord or tenant management organisation, or any registered charity, or any private sector organisation, particularly those established by public sector organisations to deliver public services.