United Kingdom-Bristol: Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/
Address of the buyer profile: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/
Section II: Object
Response, Repair and Maintenance to Domestic Drains on Properties and Land Owned or Leased By Bristol City Council Framework
The Council wishes to appoint three providers for a drainage response and repair service to properties and land owned or leased by Bristol City Council. Works will include response and repairs to domestic drain, drain clearance, land drainage CCCTV surveys, response and repairs to estate management and caretaking teams and stack maintenance.
You will also need to access the social value portal to input response to BCC Social Value question. To obtain a username and password and gain access to the portal and enter your data please visit either: https://socialvalueportal.com/supplier-registration/ or https://socialvalueportal.force.com/SupplierRegistration is the unique reference number you will need SVP 0K0-0002-7gCsO
Lot 1: Housing Response and Repairs
Lot 1: housing — response, repairs and quoted works.
Response repairs (in hours):
These works will be regular and recurrent works to be utilised on a daily basis based on a schedule of rates (SOR) and work that cannot be covered by the SOR will be delivered on a quoted basis.
The schedule of rates are detailed in a separate document (Appendix 4).
Response repairs emergency (out of hours):
The requirement is the same as schedule of rates work but on an emergency basis. The schedule of rates are detailed in a separate document (Appendix 4).
The contract requires an all year round, 24-hour response facility that will support the service for repairs and emergency attendance.
These are works that are not deemed to be covered by the schedule of rates. Contractors will be asked to submit a written quotation. The quotation must be approved by the contract administrator.
A maximum of 3 contractors:
The 3 highest scoring bidders will be awarded in rank order of highest to lowest. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd ranked bidders will be awarded a place on the framework.
A tender briefing session will be held on 27.9.2019 at 12.30 p.m.-1.30 at p.m. Bristol City Council City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR. Please use the rear entrance on College Street. Parking and transport details can be found here: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/web/city-hall/contact-us
Please arrive at 12.15 p.m. so you can register with security and be shown to the meeting room.
Please register here to reserve a place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bristol-city-council-drainage-tender-tender-briefing-tickets-72656165547
This session will be to outline the changes made from previous tenders to the current. Appendix 13 also outlines these changes.
Lot 2: Estate Management and Caretaking Response and Repairs
Lot 2: estate management and caretaking.
The requirement is the same as Schedule of Rates work but on an emergency basis. The schedule of rates are detailed in a separate document (Appendix 4).
A maximum of 3 contractors.
Lot 3: Stack Maintenance Programme
Lot 3: stack maintenance.
The contractors shall provide a planned maintenance and safety check service twice yearly, to Bristol City Councils high rise tower blocks.
This work will comprise of clearance of all soil and vent pipes and rain water pipes in multi storey blocks, over and under 10 stories as instructed- measured per multi storey block including gaining access, removal and refitting of duct covers/man hole covers, rod or flush out/ jet and test and remove waste and debris from site on completion including the associated main drain located externally.
A programme of works will be required twice annually using the tendered schedule of rates.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information