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United Kingdom-London: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.lbhf.gov.uk
Section II: Object
Responsive Capital Works
London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is looking for a borough wide contractor to undertake various remedial works together with a wide range of general ad-hoc construction work including some complex high value voids.
Hammersmith and Fulham Borough.
London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is looking for a pan borough contractor to undertake various remedial works together with a wide range of general ad-hoc construction work including some complex high value voids. The contract will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by a period or periods to make a maximum period of 7 years. Typical work types might be (without limitation, for remedial fire works: fire doors, firefighting equipment including risers, sprinklers, fire detection systems) evacuation systems, smoke control systems, fire engineered solutions, structural engineered compliance solutions and external façade remediation. In terms of complex high value voids typical works types might be: properties subject to disrepair claims, complex structural works, remodelling works, extensions, major facade works, sensitively sited properties, fire damage, flood damage, roofing, underpinning, brickwork/blockwork, carpentry, window replacement, exterior decoration, internal decoration, plumbing, electrics, glazing, plastering, kitchen replacement, bathroom replacement, damp-proofing, scaffolding, dry rot. Project values for complex high value voids could range from 15 000 GBP to 1 000 000 GBP and above.
The value of the contract will depend on the instructions required during its term which is dependent on a number of factors, but are responsive to the needs of the contracting authority. The value is therefore unpredictable. The anticipated maximum value of the contract over the total 7 years is 75 000 000 GBP. However, the actual value may be much lower. The contract will be non-exclusive and the contracting authority may appoint other contractors to carry out any of the works or carry out the works themselves. There is no guarantee or warranty as to the number of orders to be placed with the successful contractor.
The contracting authority intends to appoint the second placed bidder as a reserve contractor. In the event that the main contract is terminated for any reason the contracting authority may then seek to instruct the reserve contractor. In addition if there are any works which the contractor is unable to carry out due to capacity issues or otherwise the contracting authority may instruct the reserve contractor or appoint an alternative contractor to carry out the works.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The procurement is being managed through the contracting authority's procurement portal Capital ESourcing: https://www.capitalesourcing.com
To be able to access the selection questionnaire, selection questionnaire guidance and the draft procurement documents you will need to register your company details on the portal. Please check that you can access the documents and if you have any problems you should contact the helpdesk at Capital ESourcing.
The contracting authority reserves the right to abandon this procurement process at any stage following the publication of this notice and/or not to award any contract in respect of this notice. Further the contracting authority reserves the right to award following receipt of initial tenders without negotiation.
Full details of the scope and requirements for the opportunity will be set out in the tender documentation to be issued by the contracting authority.
All applicants are solely responsible for their costs and expenses incurred in connection with the preparation and submission of the selection questionnaire and the procurement process as a whole. Under no circumstances will the contracting authority or any of its advisors be liable for any costs or expenses borne by any applicant or such applicant's associated organisations or any of its advisors in this process whether the applicant is successful or otherwise.
The contracting authority is using the CCS standard selection questionnaire with questions from PAS91:2013 + A1:2017 as applicable to the contract. The contract includes a mixture of works and as such PAS91 is not wholly applicable to all the works and services required and accordingly only sections of PAS91 have been included.