United Kingdom-Uxbridge: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.lhc.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://lhc.gov.uk/24
Section II: Object
OffSite Project Integrator England (excluding South West England)
LHC is seeking innovative suppliers to support the development of an OffSite Housing Project Framework solution that covers every aspect of the management/integration of a call-off project from pre-project initiation and land assembly though brief preparation,design, manufacture, construction, installation, finishing, handover and review. As the integrated product/service/works solution envisaged does not presently exist in the open market, LHC is proposing an innovation partnership procurement process, where economic operators are invited to develop the solution in a number of negotiated phases and finally submit bids to be awarded the OffSite Project Integrator Framework. Eligible public sector bodies will be able to call-off this framework over its lifetime which is envisaged (at this stage) to be a minimum of 6 years with the possibility of 3 x 2 year extensions, with a maximum of 12 years duration. Candidates are required to complete a PQQ available on Proactis.
OPI1 E1 — North East UKC, North West UKD, Yorkshire and Humber UKE.
Various locations across the region.The framework terms allows for work to also be undertaken in other regions.
Undertake the services described in Section II Object.
3 (three) 24 month extensions.
OPI1 E2 — East Midlands UKF, West Midlands UKG
Various locations across the region. The framework terms allows for work to also be undertaken in other regions.
Undertake the services described in Section II) Object.
OPI1 E3 — East UKH, South East UKJ
OPI1 E4 — London UKI
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
LHC uses the following ratios to evaluate each tenderer’s financial status:
Turnover: this is calculated as twice the typical value for projects called-off this framework. If a company’s turnover in each of the last 3 years exceeds 80 000 GBP then it passes. Failure to meet the minimum turnover amount will exclude the tenderer to further evaluation. For new start-ups, demonstrate financial status (e.g. forecast of turnover for the current year and a statement of funding provided by the owners and/or the bank, charity accruals accounts or an alternative means of demonstrating financial status). LHC shall consider the information and may accept the company with or without financial restrictions.
Profitability: this is calculated as profit after tax but before dividends and minority interests.
Liquidity: this is calculated as current assets and work in progress, divided by current liabilities.
If a company passes both profitability and liquidity, the company meets the framework requirement.
If you fail either profitability or liquidity LHC shall require additional financial information from tenderers, and take this into consideration in the financial assessment process and also obtain independent assessments on the financial information provided by the tenderer, or where applicable the Parent/Holding Company, and take this into consideration in the financial assessment, LHC shall consider the information and may accept the company with or without financial restrictions. Failure to meet both profitability and liquidity criteria will exclude the tenderer to further evaluation.
The ability to meet the ESPD/SQ form including, legal status, blacklisting, modern slavery, fair working practices and involvement/support of local community schemes as may be stated in a call-off contract.
Further details are provided within the itt documentation.
1) Meet the Public Procurement Regulations requirements.
2) Financial and economical requirement as set out in the Contract Notice.
3) The following minimum levels of insurance whilst appointed to the framework:
(a) employer's liability insurance 5 000 000 GBP;
(b) public liability insurance 5 000 000 GBP;
(c) professional indemnity insurance 5 000 000 GBP.
Insurances to continue this level or the increased level required for a specific call-off contract for the period up-to the completion of the last call-off contract (including defect and warranty/guarantee periods).
Maintain professional ability throughout the framework and each call-off contract period.
Section IV: Procedure
Depending on the nature and result of this Innovation Partnership procedure, companies may be required to invest significant resources to the delivery of the resources. If the result does not result in such commitment, LHC reserves the right to limit the duration of the framework to 48 months.
Section VI: Complementary information
LHC is a joint committee of local authorities acting as a central purchasing body on behalf of contracting authorities throughout England, Wales and Scotland (including partners of the Welsh Procurement Alliance and Scottish Procurement Alliance) for whom we continue to monitor up to 500 live projects at any one time. Thanks to their ongoing and collective feedback and input into the development of this framework, and given the reach and scale of their collective' portfolios, the framework is both designed and anticipated to support the vast majority of requirements. Consequently, other contracting authorities that were not specifically consulted in the development of this framework may nevertheless also deem the framework to offer a value for money procurement solution for their own requirements, and may also use the framework.
In addition, LHC frameworks are also available for use by members of the Northern Housing Consortium (NHC) and have been developed with NHC’s procurement team, Consortium Procurement https://consortiumprocurement.org.uk/
As of the date of publication of this notice our frameworks may be used by all contracting authorities in England, Wales and Scotland as defined by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and as listed on www.lhc.gov.uk/24 including but not limited to Registered Social Landlords (RSL's), Tenant Management Organisations (TMOs) and Arm’s Length Management Organisations (ALMOs), local authorities and any subsidiaries and joint-venture vehicles of those local authorities, health authorities, councils, boards and trusts, publicly funded schools, universities and further education establishments, colleges, police forces, fire and rescue services or registered charities.
Tenderers wishing to service Lots for Wales will be required to accommodate the requirements of the ‘Well-being of Future Generations Act’.
LHC will accept any tenderers response submitting in SQuID (Supplier Qualification Information Database) questionnaire in response to our FS1-F0-Regulatory ESPD document.
Internet address: http://www.lhc.gov.uk