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United Kingdom-London: Repair and maintenance services of building installations
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Decentralized Energy Networks (DEN) Operation and Maintenance Services Procurement
Market engagement and procurement will be carried out as outlined in scope description in section 2.1. Service providers who register their interest will be provided with further information and an invite to attend the Suppliers Day on the 10th of December. A Supplier questionnaire will be issued prior to this date to vendors that register their interest. To express interest, please send an email to Rupinder.firstname.lastname@example.org titled DEN - Expression of Interest. Once we receive your interest, we will send you the questionnaire and an invite to the event for the 10 December 2020 2pm - 4pm via Microsoft Teams. Expressions of interest should be submitted by 23:59 on the 9 December 2020.
Main site or place of performance: London Borough of Haringey.
London Borough of Haringey have made a commitment to deliver Decentralised Energy Networks (DEN) across the Borough. These include existing operational schemes and future networks currently in planning, design or construction and currently include:
Broadwater Farm: Operational and under Construction 950-1 200 homes.
Tottenham Hale – A planned scheme to initially serve 2 200 homes.
Wood Green – A planned scheme to serve an initial 2 100 homes.
North Tottenham – A planned scheme to serve 2 500 homes.
New Council Housing – Approximately 800 homes across 5 schemes currently under construction/ in planning.
The Council recognises the need to procure a suitably competent service partner for the ongoing operation, maintenance and service provision of its existing and future heat networks.
As such the Council is seeking to engage with service providers in the ‘Market Place’ (Heat Networks & Decentralised Energy) by inviting service providers to a Suppliers Day scheduled for the 10 December 2020. The day will serve to inform interested parties of the full scope of O&M services required by the Council and to discuss the initiation of a procurement exercise. A Supplier questionnaire will be issued prior to this date to vendors that register their interest.
It is expected that the scope of services sought by the council will include but will not be limited to the following:
Interconnector and delivery Pipework in Haringey which connects LBH to Meridian Water EFW in Edmonton and neighbouring schemes.
Energy Centre and Distribution System Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance – Inclusive boiler and EC servicing, underground pipework, building substations, and all riser and lateral pipework. To include Primary, Secondary and building side distributions.
Servicing and reactive maintenance of HIUs inclusive of heat meters.
BMS, metering and data infrastructure.
System water quality, dosing and testing.
Customer Service and Reporting.
System design reviews and adoption of systems.
The contract awards will likely be delivered as a 5+5 year term.
Its LBH intent that the procurement will be undertaken in accordance with the requirements of the Utilities Contract Regulations (UCRs) using a negotiated procedure (so not strictly CPN).
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
It is expected that following the Supplier Day and discussions with vendors that a procurement exercise will begin with a OJEU notice being published early in 2021. This Contract will be a single procurement for a single supplier. At the present the contract value is estimated to be in the regions of GBP 5 000 000 - GBP 10 000 000. It is envisaged this value be reviewed follow initial market testing with interested service providers. Duration in months:
60 to 120 months
or start: (1 March 2022) / end: (1 March 2032)
The Councils planned and existing portfolio of heat networks is to be constructed and operated over the longer term. The above provides an indicative contract term, more detail will be presented at the Supplier Day and discussed further with interested parties. Expressions of interest should be submitted by 23:59 on the 9 December 2020.