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United Kingdom-Uxbridge: Construction work
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure
Public Buildings and Infrastructure Framework (PB3). This Framework is the successor to our popular Schools and Community Buildings Framework and will be for the construction of new buildings, extensions, and refurbishment of public and social buildings and infrastructure works.
Typical building types are as follows (but not limited to)
- Educational buildings
- Healthcare buildings
- Emergency service buildings such as Fire stations, ambulance stations and police stations
- Community buildings such as community centres and sports facilities
- Offices and other buildings for social infrastructure.
- Residential properties (when part of a mixed-use development )
- Conversion of commercial buildings for residential use
- Delivery of student accommodation to education clients
Certain lots include the provision of infrastructure works either when associated to the main project scope or as standalone infrastructure works
New Build Only - Project Value Band 1 (0 to 2 million)
The regional areas for this lot are further broken down into smaller regional areas
Lot 1 covers the provision of extensions and new build works construction projects with a value of between 0 and 2 million GBP.
Whilst this lot is primarily for the construction of new buildings or extensions it may also include refurbishment of existing buildings where required as part of the new build project to interface with an existing building.
- Emergency service buildings such as fire stations, ambulance stations and police stations
In addition, where required associated infrastructure works can be included in a project for this lot, but standalone infrastructure works cannot be delivered through this lot.
Subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2016, this framework can be used by any public sector body or organisation throughout England including but not limited to Local Authorities, Education Authorities, Further Education Authorities, Academies, Police Authorities, Fire Authorities, Public Health Authorities, NHS trusts, Tenant Management Organisations and Registered Providers of social housing.
The contractors listed in section V for this lot have been awarded a position on the framework for one or more of the regional areas within the lot, but may not be appointed in all regional areas. Clients wishing to use the framework will request further information from a representative of the LHC group to identify the specific list of contractors appointed in each regional area within this lot.
Refurbishment Only - Project Value Band 1 (0 to 2 million GBP)
Lot 2 covers the provision of specialist refurbishment works of existing building projects with a project value of between 0 and 2 million GBP.
New Build and Refurbishment - Project Value Band 2 (2 to 7 million GBP)
Lot 3 allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build, extensions and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings with a project value of between 2 and 7 million GBP.
In addition, where required associated infrastructure works can be included in a project for this lot, but standalone infrastructure works cannot be delivered through this lot
New Build, Refurbishment, and Infrastructure - Value Band 3 (7 to 14 million GBP)
Lot 4 allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build, extensions and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings with a project value of between 7 and 14 million GBP.
In addition, infrastructure works can be delivered through this lot whether they are necessary as part of a new build or refurbishment project or as a standalone infrastructure works project (such as bridges, retaining walls, drainage, new road ways).
New Build, Refurbishment, and Infrastructure - Project Value Band 4 (14 to 25 million GBP)
The NUTS regions listed are grouped into the following areas for this lot:
North and Central England
London and South East England
Lot 5 allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build, extensions and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings with a project value of between 14 and 25 million GBP.
Lot 6 - New Build, Refurbishment, and Infrastructure - Project Value Band 5 (Over 25 million GBP)
Further information is available in the ITT
Lot 6 allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build, extensions and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings with a project value in excess of 25 million GBP.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
New Build Only - Project Value Band 1 (0 to 2 million GBP)
Section VI: Complementary information
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 https://www.lhc.gov.uk/who-we-work-with/ 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 and registered charities.
Please note within each lot listed in section V there are a number of regional areas. For each lot the contractors awarded a position on the framework will have been appointed for one or more of the regional areas available within the lot, but may not be appointed in all regional areas within a lot.
Under the terms of this framework the successfully appointed contractors will be required to required to deliver community benefits in support of the public body's economic and social objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. The community benefits included in this contract are:
— to generate employment and training opportunities for priority groups,
— vocational training,
— to up-skill the existing workforce,
— equality and diversity initiatives,
— to make sub-contracting opportunities available to SMEs, the third sector and supported businesses,
— supply-chain development activity,
— to build capacity in community organisations,
— educational support initiatives.
Clients wishing to use the framework will need to refer to the further information and guidance document available for this framework which will be available on the LHC, SPA, WPA, CPC and SWPA websites, or request further information from a representative of the LHC group to identify the specific list of contractors appointed in each regional area within each lot.
This framework will commence on 01 October 2021 and will last for a period of 48 months, ending on 30 September 2025.