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United Kingdom-London: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework for the Provision of Property Development Management Services
NHS property services is seeking to appoint suppliers for their development management services framework covering various sites across England. This tender is split into 5 geographical Lots. Suppliers may bid for as many or as few of these Lots as they wish. NHS PS will appoint a maximum of 7 suppliers to each Lot. There are no restrictions or limits on the number of Lots which a bidder can be successful in.
Lot 1 — North West
Bidders can bid for multiple Lots. A maximum of 7 suppliers will be successful for each lot in this Framework. NHS PS may elect to have fewer suppliers in any Lot depending on the quality of bids for each region.
This framework will have the option to extend for a further period of 12 months.
Lot 2 — North East and Central
Lot 3 — West Midlands and East
Lot 4 — South West
This framework will have the option to extend for a further period of 12 months
Lot 5 — South East
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
— Working on Customer premises.
All works must be conducted in such a way to minimise disruption to clinical and other activities. The Provider MUST be aware of and MUST maintain patient respect, dignity and privacy. This is especially important where photographs are required as part of a deliverable.
The Provider must comply with:
(a) all national and local regulations; and
(b) the instructions of any authorised member of the Customer’s staff.
It is not envisaged that there will be a requirement for the Providers employees to be subject to checks by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). However, some Customers may require DBS checks for specific contracts. The Provider should be prepared to provide relevant information in support of such checks.
Awareness and compliance with relevant guidance.
The Provider should maintain awareness of, and MUST comply with, all relevant Department of Health legislation, guidance and building code practice.
For each contract/project, the Provider MUST appoint a contract/project manager who will be the primary point of contact between the Provider and the Customer and who will have overall responsibility for the delivery of the contract.
The Provider should ensure sufficient staff availability to support the delivery of services and of any agreed projects including plans for cover arrangements for holidays and sickness.
The Provider should agree risk management and contingency plans with the Customer at the outset of the project.
As per the tender documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Whether this will be a recurrent procurement is currently unknown.
This procurement exercise is being carried out via the Catalytics e-tendering Portal. The process of registering on the website is free.
In order to express your interest in this contract and obtain access to the tender documentation you are required to register your company within the Catalytics e-tendering portal as follows:
1) You must send an email to email@example.com, using the subject “Framework for Development Managers” who will then provide you with the necessary instruction to access to the tender documentation within the portal.
All tender responses must be submitted via the Catalytics portal, any requests for additional information or clarification questions must also be submitted via the portal.