United Kingdom-Derbyshire: Stairlifts
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.eem.org.uk
Section II: Object
Stairlifts, Hoists & Disabled Access Equipment Service, Repair and Installation
Efficiency East Midlands Ltd (EEM) is a procurement consortia which establishes and manages a range of framework agreements. Our members include social housing providers, local authorities, universities, NHS Trusts and regional police forces.
EEM wishes to procure and enter into a framework agreement with multiple contractors, for the provision of Installation, servicing and any subsequent repairs to straight and curved stairlifts, hoists, through floor lifts & disabled access equipment.
Due to the geographical spread of our members eligible to use the established framework the works have been be split into core regional geographical lots.
Installation, Servicing and Repairs of Stairlifts, Hoists and Disabled Access Equipment
East Derbyshire, Leicestershire CC and Rutland, South and West Derbyshire, North Nottinghamshire, South Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, Leicester
This framework is being set up to support EEM Members by providing a framework of contractors with suitable experience in undertaking the safe and compliant Installation, servicing and any subsequent repairs of straight and curved stairlifts, hoists, through floor lifts & disabled access equipment to properties that are located within the East Midlands region.
The typical types of works to be covered by this framework are detailed below:
— service and maintenance of stair-lifts,
— service and maintenance of ceiling track hoists,
— service and maintenance of disabled access platform and step lifts,
— repairs or replacement parts service,
— removal of and where required disposal of, redundant stair-lifts and hoist equipment,
— re-siting of existing equipment which is no longer under manufactures warranty,
— supply and installation of new stairlifts in service users properties,
— supply and installation of ceiling track hoists,
— supply and Installation of internal and external step lifts and platform lifts,
— refitting of reconditioned equipment,
— associated surveys and drawings.
The call-off contracts to be awarded pursuant to the framework agreements to be entered at conclusion of the procurement exercise may extend for a duration of up to 2 years beyond expiry of the 4 years term. Please note that the total potential value stated in II.2.6) is for the full 4 years framework and takes into consideration that EEM membership may grow over the life of the framework.
West Midlands (England), West Midlands
This framework is being set up to support EEM Members by providing a framework of contractors with suitable experience in undertaking the safe and compliant installation, servicing and any subsequent repairs of straight and curved stairlifts, hoists & disabled access equipment for our members who own /manage properties within the West Midlands region.
— service and maintenance of through floor lifts,
— removal of and where required disposal of, redundant Stair-lifts and hoist equipment,
This framework is being set up to support EEM Members by providing a framework of contractors with suitable experience in undertaking the safe and compliant installation, servicing and any subsequent repairs of straight and curved stairlifts, hoists & disabled access equipment to properties that located outside of the 2 core regional lots and /or for our members who own or manage properties on a national scale.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The contractor shall, at all times, execute the works in accordance with statutory regulations or codes of practice in place to ensure the welfare and safety of clients, employees, and members of the public. As a minimum all contractors must ensure they comply with the accreditation, membership and training requirements defined in Section B5 of the tender documentation.
Contractors must be able to meet the mandatory minimum requirements set out within the Part B specification document.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement.The framework is being procured by Efficiency East Midlands Limited (“EEM”) on behalf of their members and the other organisations described below as being authorised users. The following contracting authorities will be entitled to agree and award contracts under this framework agreement:
1) any member of EEM which for the avoidance of doubt currently includes 3 partner consortia — Westworks, Advantage South West and South East Consortium. A full list of current members is available at www.eem.org.uk
2) any future member of EEM or our partner consortia, and in all cases has being an organisation which has applied to join EEM or our partner consortia in accordance with the applicable constitutional documents,
3) an EEM Participant being an organisation which is neither a current or EEM Member (as defined at 1 above) nor a future member of EEM (as defined at 2 above) based within England and Wales which owns and /or maintains /manages housing stock in one or more geographic area in which it operates and /or is an NHS Trust (which includes acute trusts, mental trusts, care services trusts and ambulance trusts) or organisation, police authority, fire authority, ambulance trust, university, higher education, further education college, school academy or other public sector organisation.
Further details regarding the authorised users of this framework can be found in the ITT documents.
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GO Reference: GO-201859-PRO-12389243.