United Kingdom-Aylesbury: Demolition work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://public.miconcepts.co.uk/documents/acdp/Accelerated_Delivery_Contracting_Authorities_List.pdf
Address of the buyer profile: http://miconcepts.co.uk
Section II: Object
This procurement covers all necessary activities to fulfil the public portfolio requirements for demolitions, asbestos removal and investigation throughout the contract duration. A full list of eligible contracting authorities is included as a download link as part of this notice. Works will include environmental appraisals and reports; asbestos reporting and asbestos strip; and all demolition activities including waste removal and recycling (see ‘Scope of Works’ below).
The Buyer wishes to appoint a selection of contractors in order to cover these requirements. This contract is a multidisciplinary framework agreement. The procurement is a 2-stage restricted process, which has a Selection Questionnaire and an Invitation to Tender. Suppliers must first submit a Selection Questionnaire in order to be invited to tender.
‘Construction Design and Management Coordination (CDMC)’ and ‘Project Management’ may be awarded together.
‘Environmental Appraisals’ and ‘Asbestos Investigations’ may be awarded together.
No other combinations of lots permitted.
This procurement is designed to cover the entire public portfolio in the United Kingdom. However suppliers will be able to bid for works in their own specified regions.
This lot is meant to cover all initial, and on going, environmental investigations in order to facilitate demolition works across the public portfolio. This includes:
Site Reports and Investigations,
Ecology and Biodiversity Reports,
Ground Conditions and Ground Water,
Tree Protection Surveys,
Suppliers will be able to submit specialities for this lot, and will be called upon during mini competitions as works arise throughout the contract duration.
When the maximum contract value is reached, or the duration of the contract expires, this contract will be subject to renewal.
The buyer requires asbestos testing, surveys and sampling for existing sites and structures, as part of the demolition framework. Suppliers will be required to attend complex sites, and coordinate testing with other works contractors, management agents and others.
— For surveying premises only — UKAS accreditation to ISO/IEC 17020.
— For the analysis of bulk samples — UKAS accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025. Must participate in AIMS and maintain a standard of ‘satisfactory’.
— For air sampling and subsequent analysis of air samples, UKAS accreditation to IEC/ISO 17025. Must participate in the RICE scheme and be classified as a Cat A or Cat B Laboratory.
— For the supervision of asbestos removal hold a supervisory licence granted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
— Analysts and surveyors must be experienced and qualified to BEBOH P.Cert 13 or BIOH Specialist Module or appropriate proficiency module.
This contract is subject to renewal when the maximum value is reached or the duration expires, whichever comes first.
Demolition and Asbestos Strip
This lot covers demolition works and asbestos strip for projects. This includes:
Licensable ACM Removal,
Non-Licensable ACM Removal,
Hard Standing Break Up and Removal,
Project managers will take responsibility for managing complex demolition projects on behalf of the client, from the specification stage through to delivery. This could mean working on a variety of complex sites with differing requirements, in line with strict public sector regulations. It will entail working with a variety of client agents, as well as a range of procured framework contractors. It also entails standard on-site project management such as establishing timetabling, access and egress, and others.
Construction Design Management Coordination
The role of the CDM Coordinator will be to review and specify the health and safety requirements for complex, bespoke demolition projects as they arise during the contract during. This includes reviewing contractors' health and safety plans, submitting F10s, and further complying to all health and safety regulations, form the start of the project to competition. This is in order to mitigate any risks to the project, staff or the client.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Full conditions of suitability are provided in the procurement documents, and are dependent on the lots bid for. It is a requirement to meet legal standards to work in the United Kingdom, such as waste carriers licenses for demolition contractors. All suppliers must meet required levels of insurance including professional indemnity, employers liability and public liability.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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