Design and Build Multi Storey Car Park

Design and Build Multi Storey Car Park

The purpose of the project is to deliver a high quality multi-storey car park in Merthyr Tydfil town centre.

Value of tender: £2000000
CONTRACT NOTICE – NON OJEU
Is this notice funded by the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO)?
Yes
Contract Type
Works
SECTION I: CONTRACTING AUTHORITY
Name of the organisation
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council
Contact Name
Paul Davies
Address
Unit 5, Triangle Business Park, Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil
Postcode
CF48 4TQ
Phone
01685 724904
EMail
paul.davies@merthyr.gov.uk
Web Address
http://www.merthyr.gov.uk
SECTION II: DETAILS OF THE CONTRACT
Type of works contract
Design and execution
Is it a framework agreement?
No
Title of the contract
Design & Build – Multi Storey Car Park
Description of the contract

The purpose of the project is to deliver a high quality multi-storey car park in Merthyr Tydfil

town centre. It is expected that this will be achieved using a significant quantity of off-site

manufacturing / pre-fabrication so that overall quality is predictable and assured, and site

construction time is minimised. Externally, the car park is in a prominent location in the town

centre and must respect and respond to this environment with a car park of high visual

quality.

There is a total committed budget for the scheme of c. £2.0 million. Funding programmes are

such that the earliest possible delivery of the car park will be favourable to the Council.

The Authority will accept variant bids subject to a standard bid also being submitted, however the authority reserves the right not to accept any variant bid even if ranked first after the evaluation process. All bids received, including variant bids will be evaluated against the evaluation criteria as set out in the tender documents and therefore separate quality submissions will also be required for any variant bids received.

This project is being funded by the following:-

· Welsh European Funding Office

· Welsh Government Targeted Match Fund

· Welsh Government Heads of the Valleys programme

· Merthyr Tydfil CBC

Place / site of work / delivery
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Town Centre

Classification of contract (CPV codes)
45213312 – Car park building construction work.
80500000 – Training services.
80530000 – Vocational training services.
80570000 – Personal development training services.
79600000 – Recruitment services.

Contract Length
Starting date:
26.10.2012
and/or Ending date
01.04.2013
SECTION III: AWARD CRITERIA
Contract will be awarded based on:

Most economically advantageous tender in terms of:Criteria as detailed in the contract documents


SECTION IV: Administrative Information
Instructions to suppliers

Tenderers are encouraged to download the ITT attached to this notice.

Interested Contractors are required to express an interest in this requirement to the person named in the Contract Notice. On receipt of the EOI, tenderers will be sent a green envelope which is mandatory to comply with Merthyr Tydfil CBC tendering procedures.

Due to the size of a number of drawing files (Appendix 2), they cannot be stored on this notice, when an EOI is received, a cd copy of ALL documents including relevant drawings will be sent along with the green envelope.

The EOI should include the Company Name, Address and Contact details.

Failure to express an interest and simply return the ITT response will invalidate the tender.

Tenderers should ensure that the EOI is sent at least 5 days prior to the deadline for submissions. The last date for tender queries is 18th September 2012 16:00hrs.

Tenders are to be returned in the green envelope provided, to Mr Tony Birch, Business Support, Civic Centre, Castle Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 8AN, tenders should bear no distinguishing marks. Any tenders returned with the senders name identified will be disallowed.

Reference Number
GT/GL/DF/MSCP
Deadline Date
27.09.2012
Deadline date refers to
Receipt of Tenders – deadline time is 16:00hrs
Community Benefits apply to this contract, Further details:
The Authority is committed to contributing to the social, economic and environmental well being of the wider community. Accordingly, while the requirement to do so will not be mandatory, the successful contractors are encouraged to consider opportunities to recruit and train long term economically inactive persons as part of the workforce delivering any projects. The organisations will also be encouraged to consider offering training opportunities, such as apprenticeships/NVQs and other training such as work experience to schools and colleges where appropriate, during the life of the contract, as well as considering advertising subcontracting opportunities for Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for 2nd and 3rd tier supply chain (subcontractors) opportunities via the Sell2Wales website.

 

WEFO Funded

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