Construction Trades Dynamic Purchasing System (Approved List)

Construction Trades Dynamic Purchasing System (Approved List)

The Council is seeking to establish a DPS (modern day approved list) of suppliers.

Contract summary

Industry

Construction and Real Estate

Location of contract

East of England

Value of contract

£10.0m

Published date

19 January 2018

Closing date

29 December 2023

Contract start date

30 December 2023

Contract end date

31 December 2023

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

The Council owns or works on an extensive portfolio of public & operational buildings, as well as housing which needs to be maintained. Although the Council has an in-house team of construction operatives, there are times where we need to supplement this. The Council is seeking to establish a DPS (modern day approved list) of suppliers who are able to respond quickly and deliver an excellent, cost effective service. The DPS is split into a number of Lots. This contract does NOT permit subcontracting of the key element e.g. Lot one suppliers cannot subcontract of the key element of the lot – e.g. electrical work. Any subcontracting that is required must be with written approval.

 

About the buyer

Contact name

Adam Welch

Address

Guildhall
Market Square
Cambridge
CB2 3QJ
England

Telephone

01223458177

Email

adam.welch@cambridge.gov.uk

 

Other information

Attachments

To apply for this DPS please search for it on the Procontract e-tendering portal under ref. DN306506. Submit an SSQ online to be accepted onto DPS and be informed when work becomes available.

 

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

 

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