United Kingdom-Winchester: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.hants.gov.uk/
Address of the buyer profile: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire
Section II: Object
Intermediate Construction Framework
Hampshire County Council (HCC) proposes to establish a construction framework for contractors to deliver projects and programmes of work approximately in the 1 000 000 GBP to 4 000 000 GBP value range. The scope of work is expected to consist mostly of some new build, extensions, refurbishments and alterations to existing schools; however all types of building works to any property, including works to Fire, Police and NHS properties and associated hard or soft landscaping is included. Exclusively civil engineering works such as highways, bridges or coastal works will not be included. The Intermediate Construction Framework (ICF) will follow the principles and practice of rotational direct award appointment of contractors to projects, with early contractor engagement, open-book pricing and collaborative working. The type of work may include the requirement for contractors to provide full design services with a construction project.
This framework will be open to all public sector organisations in SE England for construction works within 1 000 000 GBP and 4 000 000 GBP in value.
By exception, some projects may be less than 1 000 000 GBP.
The scope of work is expected to consist mostly of extensions, refurbishments and alterations to existing schools; however, all types of building works to any property, including works to Fire, Police and NHS properties and associated hard or soft landscaping is included. Exclusively civil engineering works such as highways, bridges or coastal works will not be included.
The works can be new build or refurbishment, situated in green-field, brown field or complex inner-city sites within the South East of England.
They may include but are not limited to (as examples):
— social services properties,
— social housing,
— social care properties,
— schools (including all faith, maintained “Free” schools and Academies),
— sport and leisure facilities,
— infrastructure works,
— associated enabling works,
— further education colleges,
— new public sector housing developments,
— police service buildings,
— fire service buildings,
— transport building/facilities,
— emergency services buildings,
— community buildings,
— health service buildings,
— economic developments,
— recipients of local authority, regional, national or european grants,$
— central government department developments.
The ICF is not intended to be used for highways, infrastructure works, (e.g. rail, canal, coastal defences, river defences, bridges, viaducts, pipeline or tunneling).
The overall spend over the 4-year period commencing June 2019 is estimated to be up to 200 000 000 GBP.
The ICF call-off contract will follow the principles and practice of the Government Construction Strategy (2011), the Industrial Strategy for Construction (Construction 2025) and guidance to new models of construction procurement, specifically 2 Stage Open Book, which was published in January 2014 (Link below).
The contract falls within the Restricted procedure of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The Authority will shortlist eight (8) of the top scoring suppliers to the Invitation to Tender (ITT) stage. However, if two or more suppliers score equal at 8th place, then the Authority reserves the right to shortlist both/all 8th place ranked suppliers to the ITT Stage.
The Authority’s intention is to appoint up to four (4) of the top scoring suppliers from the Invitation to Tender (ITT) stage to this framework. However, if 2 or more suppliers score equal at 4th place, then the Authority reserves the right to appoint both/all 4th place ranked suppliers to the framework.
Further details can be obtained from the Invitation to Tender and associated documentation, which can be obtained from the address detailed at Section I.3) of this notice.
This framework is renewed every 4 years
The Authority will shortlist eight (8) of the top scoring suppliers to the Invitation to Tender (ITT) stage.
Various ICF projects from time to time
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
As defined in the tender documentation.
Please refer to the procurement documentation.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
This framework is renewed every 4 years.
The framework is open to all public sector organisations within the specified geographic area which broadly covers:
(1) The South East of England as defined in the Project brief, and by the NUTS codes in Section II.1.2) of this notice.
Local Authorities include all County, City, District and Borough Councils,
Central Government Department and Agencies
Government Departments, agencies and public bodies
Other named local Authorities outside Hampshire County that may use the framework includes but not limited to the following: West Sussex County Council; Dorset County Council; Berkshire County Council; Surrey County Council; Wiltshire Council and the City, District and Borough Councils within these regions.
(e.g. schools, school governing bodies; voluntary aided schools; foundation schools; any faith educational establishments including the Roman Catholic Dioceses and Anglican Dioceses, associated with the named Local Authorities including diocesan authorities; academies; free schools, city technology colleges; foundation partnerships; education authorities, publicly funded schools, universities, colleges, further education establishments; higher education establishments and other educational establishments).
National Parks Authorities http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk
Social Enterprises within Culture and Leisure. http://www.sporta.org/member-directory
Registered Providers of Social Housing:
Police Forces http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites
Fire and Rescue Services http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs
NHS Bodies England
Third Sector and Charities in the United Kingdom
Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP's)
Public Service providers e.g. General Practitioners' Surgeries
Successor organisations to those identified above and their subsidiaries.
The Framework can be used for projects funded by national and European grants.
The framework may be used by non-public body organisations which may need to use the framework to comply with conditions associated with the use of public funds for these projects.
Internet address: www.hants.gov.uk
As set out in the Public Contracts Directive 2014/24/EU