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United Kingdom-Uxbridge: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
OffSite Project Integrator England (excluding South West England)
An offsite housing project framework solution that covers every aspect of the management/integration of a call-off project from pre-project initiation and land assembly though brief preparation,design, manufacture, construction, installation, finishing, handover and review. Eligible public sector bodies will be able to call-off this framework over its lifetime which is envisaged (at this stage) to be a minimum of 6 years with the possibility of three 2 year extensions, with a maximum of 12 years duration.
OPI1 E1: North East UKC, North West UKD, Yorkshire and Humber UKE.
Various locations across the region. The framework terms allows for work to also be undertaken in other regions.
Undertake the services described in Section II) Object.
OPI1 E2: East Midlands UKF, West Midlands UKG
OPI1 E3: East UKH, South East UKJ
OPI1 E4: London UKI
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
OPI1 E1: North East UKC, North West UKD, Yorkshire and Humber UKE
OPI1 E2 – East Midlands UKF, West Midlands UKG
OPI1 E3 – East UKH, South East UKJ
OPI1 E4 – London UKI
Section VI: Complementary information
LHC is a joint committee of local authorities acting as a central purchasing body on behalf of contracting authorities throughout England, Wales and Scotland (including partners WPA (Welsh Procurement Alliance), SWPA (South West Procurement Alliance), CPC (Construction Procurement Consortium) and SPA (Scottish Procurement Alliance) for whom we continue to monitor up to 500 live projects at any one time. Thanks to their ongoing and collective feedback and input into the development of this framework, and given the reach and scale of their collective' portfolios, the framework is both designed and anticipated to support the vast majority of requirements. Consequently, other contracting authorities that were not specifically consulted in the development of this framework may nevertheless also deem the framework to offer a value for money procurement solution for their own requirements, and may also use the framework.
In addition, LHC frameworks are also available for use by members of the Northern Housing Consortium (NHC) and have been developed with NHC’s procurement team, Consortium Procurement https://consortiumprocurement.org.uk/
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 www.lhc.gov.uk/24 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 or registered charities.
Appointed Companies servicing lots for SPA in Wales are required to accommodate the requirements of the ‘Wellbeing of Future Generations Act’.