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I dalis: Perkančioji organizacija
II dalis: Objektas
Planned and Reactive Maintenance Framework
This contract notice relates to a project to establish a framework agreement for planned and reactive maintenance at the University of Strathclyde. In addition to this, the University of Glasgow are also participating in this framework, and may choose to use this agreement as per their requirements.
University of Strathclyde.
This lot will include, but will not be limited to:
— fire inspections;
— reporting of building fabric elements;
— service penetrations where required;
— supply and installation of suitable compliant certified products;
— providing certification that any works have been completed to a high standard, and are now deemed compliant in line with our fire officers’ requirements and current guidance; and
— bidders should be familiar with Hilti, Corofil, Rockwool, Action Air Dampers product ranges and intumescent coatings.
The contract duration is 24-months, with the option to extend for up to an additional two 12-month periods. The contracting authority reserves the right to utilise the extension periods at its discretion, and on a lot by lot basis.
Economic operators may be excluded from the competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in Regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Please see the ITT contained on the PCS-Tender project relevant to the procurement and the other tender documents for further information.
Joinery and Builderwork
— planned maintenance;
— backlog maintenance;
— routine repair small works projects;
— inspections and repairs to brickwork, concrete and stonework;
— door replacements/upgrades, including minor electrical, ceiling and floor modification if required; and
— bidders should have access to certified door manufacturers, glass suppliers, deal with non-licenses asbestos works in-house, and be reactive for emergency call outs if required both on and off campus and within our residences.
Painting and Decorating
— internal and external areas;
— street furniture, railings and gates;
— bidders should be able to have 1-2 operatives constantly on-site, but have the ability to ramp up resources for larger works packages and key delivery dates (e.g. student vacation periods);
— wall paper removal, lining and repairs;
— having an in-house plasterer would be advantageous where walls need repairs or skim coats for the best possible finish;
— bidders must be able to provide their own access equipment;
— operate with permit to Works; and
— provide extract units and trunking where fumes maybe encountered and need managed.
— slating and tiling;
— applied coatings;
— leadwork repairs/replacement;
— singly ply membranes;
— small repairs;
— patch repairs;
— full roof replacements;
— roof ladders installation;
— roof guards/edge protection;
— roof light replacement and repairs;
— bidders should be approved installers for products such as IKO, Bauder, Moy, Alumasc, Sarna, Marley, Tata; and
— access to an asphalter would be advantageous.
— carpet tile, vinyl, lino and mat wells, with an element of ceramic flooring as well;
— flooring repairs, full replacement and upgrades;
— bidders should be familiar with Forbo, Altro, Gradus, Interface, Polyflor, Millikan, and Gerflor ranges of products and accessories;
— should be able to carry out floor screed repairs, lay new surface screeds and install movement joints where required; and
— should be able to lift and dispose of non-licensed asbestos flooring products.
Curtains, Blinds and Fabrics
— fabric repairs to varying materials of all shapes and ages, replacements, and upholstering as well as foam repairs, replacements and reshaping;
— classrooms can be movable seats, fixed benching, raked lecture seating, retractable seating, breakout area seating, as well as acoustic wall panels and fabric covered notice boards (fire rated);
— lecture theatre flip-up seats require upkeep, bidders must be able to source spares for return springs, hinges, missing/damaged timber bases and removal, and refitting of these if required to be taken back to the workshop;
— material matching to maintain the look of a room, or repairs in ‘fields’ to make any non-matching areas look meant;
— acoustic wall panels for the hearing impaired are often retrofitted, and knowledge of products, sound tests, and installations, will be required either via subcontractors or in-house;
— PVC vertical black out blinds are used extensively, but also roller and venetian, which require repair, new chains, weights, slats and controls on occasion, or removal and replacement in vertical form with associated base blocks, and hangers to ensure they do not interfere with window operations; and
— curtains are used in some of the listed properties and require track repairs, tie backs and fixings/fittings, removal and refitting for washing/dry cleaning, as well as lining repairs due to wear and tear and if required opening arrangements altered.
This lot will include, but will not be limited to;
— gutter cleaning;
— downpipe CCTV inspections and reports with subcontractors;
— roof repairs and small roof replacements;
— sandstone repairs at height and repointing;
— painting at height;
— emergency call out repairs and holding repairs;
— responding to storm damage incidents and making safe, external safety checks and inspections with accompanying reports;
— assistance to main contractors with edge protection and movement of materials on occasion where access is an issue or to avoid large scaffold erections for short periods of time;
— leadwork repairs and replacement;
— window inspections at height;
— materials sampling at height;
— wall tie retrofits at height; and
— skylight repairs, removal and replacements.
III dalis: Teisinė, ekonominė, finansinė ir techninė informacija
1) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.1.2: average yearly turnover;
2) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.5: insurance requirements.
1) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.1.2: average yearly turnover.
The bidder will be required to have a minimum average yearly turnover for the last 2 years for the following lots:
Lot 1: Fire Protection — GBP 1 million;
Lot 2: Joinery and Builderwork — GBP 3 million;
Lot 3: Painting and Decorating — GBP 1 million;
Lot 4: Roofing — GBP 2 million;
Lot 5: Flooring — GBP 200 000;
Lot 6: Steeplejacks — GBP 500 000;
Lot 7: Curtains, Blinds and Fabrics — GBP 500,000.
2) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.5: Insurance requirements.
It is a requirement of this contract that bidders hold, or can commit to obtain prior to the commencement of any subsequently awarded contract, the types and levels of insurance indicated below, which are applicable to all lots.
ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.5.1a
Professional risk indemnity — maintain a minimum indemnity limit of GBP 2 million in respect of each claim, and without limit to the number of claims.
ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.5.1b
Employer's (compulsory) liability — maintain a minimum indemnity limit of GBP 10 million in respect of each claim, and without limit to the number of claims.
ESPD (Scotland) Question 4B.5.2
Public Liability — maintain a minimum indemnity limit of GBP 10 million in respect of each claim, and without limit to the number of claims.
Product Liability — maintain a minimum indemnity limit of GBP 10 million in the aggregate.
Motor Vehicle Insurance — maintain a minimum indemnity limit of GBP 5 million for property damage, and unlimited in respect of Third Party Injury.
1) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4C.1: Works;
2) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4C.6: Qualifications;
3) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4D.1: Quality Assurance Schemes;
4) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4D.2: Environmental management standards.
1) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4C.1: Works.
Bidders will be required to provide examples of works carried out in the past 5 years that demonstrate that they have the relevant experience to deliver the work as described in part II.2.4 of the OJEU contract notice or the relevant section of the site notice.
The bidder should use the template provided for them to answer the technical and professional ability question 4C.1 of their ESPD response.
You must upload the completed document next to question 4C.1
Do not upload this document into the “General Attachments” area.
The below scoring methodology will be applied to the question:
Excellent response = 4
The response is comprehensive, unambiguous and demonstrates a thorough understanding of the question.
Good response = 3
The response is sufficiently detailed to demonstrate a good understanding of the question.
Acceptable response = 2
The response addresses a broad understanding of the question but lacks detail.
Poor response = 1
The response addresses some elements of the question but contains insufficient/limited detail or explanation.
Unacceptable (Nil or Inadequate response) = 0
Fails to demonstrate an ability to meet the requirement.
Q — For each lot that they are bidding for, the tenderer must provide three examples from the past 5 years that demonstrates that they can fulfil the requirements outlined under the relevant lot description within the contract notice. For example, if the tenderer is bidding for all seven lots, then they must provide three examples for each, which totals as 21 examples.
This question will be scored by a technical panel made up of representatives from the contracting authority. Once all scores are agreed, an average score will be applied to each. Please note, the tenderer must score a minimum of 2, as per the scoring methodology, for the above question, otherwise their offer may be deemed non-compliant and will not be considered further.
2) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4C.6: Qualifications.
For the below lots, the bidder must hold the following professional and educational qualifications (or equivalent):
Lot 1: Fire Protection — Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) part of the BRE Group, Fire Protection Association, Constructionline, CSCS;
Lot 2: Joinery and Builderwork — CITB, Joinery Federation, Builders Federation, Chartered Institute of Builders, CSCS, Constructionline;
Lot 3: Painting and Decorating — Scottish Decoration Federation, Painting and Decorating Association, CSCS, Constructionline;
Lot 4: Roofing — Moy, Iko, Bauder, Sika, Sarna, Marley Approved, CSCS, Constructionline;
Lot 5: Flooring — Flooring Federation, Contract Flooring Association, CSCS, Constructionline, CHAS;
Lot 6: Steeplejacks — Safe Contractors, Constructionline, CSCS, IRATA Card, Association of Technical Lighting and Access Specialists;
Lot 7: Curtains, Blinds and Fabrics — Constructionline.
3) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4D.1: Quality Assurance Schemes.
Due to restrictions placed upon the character count by the advertising portal, bidders should refer to the full detail provided within the document ‘UOS-16882-2020 — Contract Notice Additional Information’, which can be found in the ‘Appendices’ folder, within the ‘Buyers Attachments’ area within the relevant ITT on PCS-Tender (PCS-T). The bidder must meet the relevant minimum level(s) of standards set out.
4) ESPD (Scotland) Question 4D.2: Environmental Management Standards.
For full details of the conditions relevant to the proposed contract, please see the tender documents (details of how to access these being set out in section 1.3) Communication, of this contract notice.
The University of Strathclyde will require the members of any tendering group of entities (including, but not limited to consortium members, members of a group of economic operators and/or subcontractors) to be jointly and severally liable for the performance of the contract (no matter the legal form taken by those entities in order to enter into the contract).
IV dalis: Procedūra
University of Strathclyde officers and members.
VI dalis: Papildoma informacija
Bidders are advised that the envisaged maximum number of participants that might be appointed to the proposed framework set out in section IV.1.3) of this contract notice is purely indicative. The University of Strathclyde reserves the right to appoint more or less bidders than the envisaged number.
In line with Regulation 72 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015, this contract may be modified without a new procurement procedure in accordance with this part in some cases.
The buyer is using PCS-Tender to conduct this ITT exercise. The project code is 16359. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2343
The contracting authority does not intend to include a subcontract clause as part of community benefits (as per Section 25 of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014) in this contract for the following reason:
Community benefits are included in this requirement. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2361
A summary of the expected community benefits has been provided as follows:
In accordance with section 25(3) of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 note that, the University of Strathclyde intends to include community benefit requirements. As part of your response within the technical envelope, bidders will be requested to commit to the delivery of community benefits in accordance with the methodology outlined in the tender documents.
An economic operator that suffers, or risks suffering, loss or damage attributable to a breach of duty under the Public Contract (Scotland) Regulations 2015 (SSI2015/446)(as amended) may bring proceedings to the Sheriff Court or the Court of Session.