M25 Motorway Network Improvement Works Call-Off Framework
To manage and maintain the M25 motorway and all associated arterial link roads (the ‘Project Road’) over a 30 year period.
United Kingdom-Potters Bar: Construction work for highways, roads
Section I: Contracting authority
I.1)Name and addresses
Connect Plus House, St Albans Road, South Mimms
Contact person: Procurement Manager
Telephone: +44 203386500
NUTS code: UKJ
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.connectplusm25.co.uk/
I.4)Type of the contracting authority
Section II: Object
M25 Motorway Network Improvement Works Call-Off Framework Agreement.
II.1.2)Main CPV code
II.1.3)Type of contract
Connect Plus (M25) Ltd is employed by Highways England under a DBFO (Design, Build, Finance and Operate) Contract to manage and maintain the M25 motorway and all associated arterial link roads (the ‘Project Road’) over a 30 year period.
The works envisaged under this framework agreement will comprise Civil Engineering and Technology works (including but not limited to structures, geotech, junction improvements, road technology) associated with improvement schemes on the Project Road and in some instances, combined with road infrastructure renewals works related to Civil Engineering and Technology.
It is estimated that the total value of the works over the full duration of the framework agreement will be in the range of 50 000 000 GBP and 150 000 000 GBP .
It is envisaged that there will be a minimum of 3 framework contractors.
II.1.5)Estimated total value
II.1.6)Information about lots
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
II.2.3)Place of performance
London, South East England.
II.2.4)Description of the procurement:
The works envisaged under this framework agreement comprise improvement schemes involving Civil Engineering and Technology works and in some instances may be combined with road infrastructure renewals works related to Civil Engineering and Technology.
Examples of Civil Engineering works that may be required under the framework agreement include: signalling gantries; realignment and widening of carriageways and associated kerbing and footpaths; new earthworks; drainage and pavement works for new roads; cycleways and footways; drainage improvements including outfall works; services diversions; lighting; fences and gates; traffic barriers; signs and markings; traffic management; noise abatement schemes; strengthening of reinforced concrete or other structures; complex bridge replacement / construction; works to walkways and footpaths; works to pedestrian and maintenance access, improvements to vehicle restraint systems; landscaping; ground engineering and earthworks structuring and piling; new street lighting; Investigations, including Ground investigations, surveys, testing and site clearance as enabling works.
Examples of Technology works that may be required under the framework include: supply, install, test and commission signs and signalling; vehicle height and width sensor technology; new traffic signals and road barrier systems; variable speed limit and managed motorway or equivalent signals and signing; UTC and traffic signals; ramp metering; CCTV cameras and systems; matrix signs with associated network cabling and other infrastructure; midas loops and non-intrusive replacements; VMS; incident detection systems; safety cameras; digital enforcement camera systems; enhancements to control rooms and systems.
The framework contractor will in most cases be required to undertake the role of Principal Contractor. Some or all of the design of the works may be included in a number of the work packages.
II.2.7)Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system
II.2.9)Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited
II.2.10)Information about variants
II.2.11)Information about options
The framework agreement will be for an initial period of 48 months with an option to extend for a further 24 months at the discretion of Connect Plus.
II.2.13)Information about European Union funds
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
III.1.2)Economic and financial standing
III.1.3)Technical and professional ability
Section IV: Procedure
IV.1.1)Type of procedure
IV.1.3)Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system
IV.1.4)Information about reduction of the number of solutions or tenders during negotiation or dialogue
IV.1.5)Information about negotiation
IV.1.8)Information about the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA)
IV.2.1)Previous publication concerning this procedure
IV.2.2)Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
IV.2.4)Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted:
IV.2.6)Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender
Section VI: Complementary information
VI.1)Information about recurrence
The contracting entity will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period from the time that tenderers are notified of the outcome of the contract award. The standstill period provides time for unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered in to. Unsuccessful tenderers should notify the contracting entity in writing in the first instance should they wish to challenge the award notification.
VI.5)Date of dispatch of this notice: