United Kingdom-Manchester: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.manchester.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.manchester.gov.uk
Section II: Object
TC976 Small Works Construction Framework 2019 to 2023
The projects let under the Framework Agreement may be of a Small new-build extension, building refurbishment, building alterations and mechanical and electrical repairs and replacement nature, including demolition of existing properties owned and/or used by the framework users, or a combination of all these aspects inclusive of any site related and external works associated with these projects.
Examples of types of buildings/functionality that may require construction/maintenance works:
— modular and portable buildings,
— social facilities,
— Daycare/Civic Centres,
— law and order,
— emergency services,
— further education,
— meteorological, halls of residence,
— health and social services,
— special medical.
— subsidised residential accommodation,
— retirement/nursing/residential/children’s homes,
— airport/air transport/control tower,
— water transport,
— education including kindergarten/primary/secondary schools,
— special/vocational/technical colleges,
— university/polytechnics lecture theatre,
— language lab,
— covered/open-air markets,
— offices, warehouses and industrial,
— cold storage/workshops/abattoirs/agricultural/,
— general/road/rail transport,
— bus/railway stations,
— garages/car parks/service-areas,
— art gallery/eExhibition Centres/museums/artistic/performance/auditoria/theatres/libraries,
— buildings of historical or architectural interest,
— leisure/sports/culture/ice rinks/swimming/sports ground/gymnasia/winter sports,
— demolition/site preparation/clearance/paving/surface works,
— flats/houses/sheltered housing/ multi-dwelling.
The projects let under the Framework Agreement may be of a small new-build extension, building refurbishment, building alterations and mechanical and electrical repairs and replacement nature, including demolition of existing properties owned and/or used by the framework users, or a combination of all these aspects inclusive of any site related and external works associated with these projects applications are invited from suitably experienced and capable providers of construction services who can provide high quality building construction works adopting constructing excellence principles and including early contractor involvement when required. Companies should be committed to partnering including working with clients and their partners, shared problem solving and continuous improvement.
There is an option to extend the Framework Agreement by one year. This option shall only be utilised at the entire discretion of the Contracting Authority following a review of the Framework performance and effectiveness. The Contracting Authority's decision as to whether to extend or not shall be binding and final.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Call off contracts under the Framework Agreements will be entered into directly by the framework users and the service providers. There will be no obligation on either Manchester City Council or any of the prospective framework users to enter into call off contracts with the service providers appointed nor will any guarantee be given as to the quantity or regularity of call off contracts to be made.
Prospective framework users are as follows:
— Local Authorities,
— Cheshire East Council,
— Cheshire West and Chester Council,
— Warrington Borough Council,
— Cumbria County Council,
— Greater Manchester,
— Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Bury Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Manchester City Council,
— Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Salford City Council,
— Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Trafford Metropolitan Borough,
— Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council,
— Blackpool Borough Council l,
— Police Authorities,
— Greater Manchester Police Authority,
— Cheshire Police Authority Fire and Rescue,
— Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service,
— Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service,
— Higher Education Institutions,
— Lancaster University,
— Manchester Metropolitan University,
— University of Salford Transport,
— Transport for Greater Manchester,
— Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the Home Office.
This is a restricted process, but any interested party may submit a request to participate.
The Framework will be awarded for an initial term of 3 years with an option to extend for up to 1 additional year.
It is the intention to invite up to 18 suppliers to tender of which up to 9 successful tendering suppliers will be appointed to the Framework.