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United Kingdom-Wakefield: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://uk.eu-supply.com
Section II: Object
Estates Works Framework
A framework agreement to serve all police forces in the North East Region, Fire and rescue Services in the Yorkshire and Humber Region and the Yorkshire Ambulance Service as detailed in the procurement documents.
The works involved are principally general building works, including contractors design when required. In addition some new build and civil engineering works may also be included. The full list of accessing bodies is detailed within VI.3).
Lot 1: West Yorkshire region;
Lot 2: South Yorkshire region;
Lot 3: North Yorkshire region;
Lot 4: Humberside region;
Lot 5: Cleveland;
Lot 6: Durham;
Lot 7: Northumbria.
West Yorkshire, WF1 1DL.
This framework agreement will be tendered in seven geographical lots as listed below to establish whether local regional contractors are more able to service a particular region. However, any tenderer will be able to bid for any number of lots and providing they can demonstrate an ability to meet the service requirements of the lots bid for, in terms of resource, capacity and multiple/simultaneous delivery for clients in a single region or across all regions may be awarded any mix of, or all lots.
The type, size, complexity and value of works will vary. Typically, it will consist of, but not be limited to, the following:
— office refurbishment works,
— welfare refurbishments – kitchen, toilets, etc.,
— external fabric works,
— new build or extension works,
— delivery of specialist upgrade works within areas of custody, dog section and mounted,
— associated works such as mechanical, electrical, and structural.
The appointed contractor(s) will provide a broad range of services, these include, but are not limited to:
(a) acting as principal contractor and principal designer in accordance with CDM 2015 Regulations for the duration of a project for which they are appointed;
(b) carry out design works and surveys (where required) as per the stages set out in the RIBA plan of works, to enable a project delivery from inception to completion, in line with current legislation, force and statutory requirements.
The appointed contractor(s) will be required to have access to various professional services in order to deliver the aforementioned. Typically, it will consist of, but not be limited to, the following:
— architects (including landscape),
— structural engineers,
— surveyors (building and land),
— drainage surveys,
— interior designers,
— planning consultants,
— principal designers,
— asbestos surveyors,
— mechanical and electrical designers.
The appointed contractor(s) will be required to have access to appropriately skilled, qualified operatives and an appropriate network of sub-contract and supply chain partners to enable them to deliver works.
The below customers will be able to call off from this framework agreement:
West Yorkshire Police;
North Yorkshire Police;
South Yorkshire Police;
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue;
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue;
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue;
Humberside Fire and Rescue;
Yorkshire Ambulance Service;
Interested parties should note that we will be holding a bidders' day on Monday the 17th February. The location is to be confirmed but it will be held in West Yorkshire. You should reserve your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://www.judiciary.gov.uk