Manned Security Services Contract Birmingham
The council wishes to establish a Framework Agreement for the benefit of itself and available for use by other Local Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority.
- Security services – 79710000
Location of contract
Value of contract
24 January 2020
27 February 2020
Contract start date
06 July 2020
Contract end date
05 July 2024
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The Council wishes to establish a Framework Agreement for the benefit of itself and available for use by other Local Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority. The provision of Manned Security Services, that provides for all security work that is not undertaken by in-house security. The requirements include the provision of suitably-trained and qualified staff to meet our security requirements in a range of premises including, but not limited to, car parks, depots, community libraries, crematoria, cemeteries, Temporary Accommodation, Learning Centres, Admin Offices, Schools and Public Buildings.
There is also a requirement to provide cover for some, not all, absence for the in-house service. Services are to be provided in Council premises, owned or rented, across the City.
Note: The Council’s property portfolio may be subject to changes throughout the lifespan of the framework agreement.
The Framework aims to ensure that Council premises are safe and secure with access only permitted to authorised personnel. Anti-social behaviour and crime is deterred, and incidents are dealt with efficiently and effectively. The framework agreement will be for 4 years and tendered by 2 Lots as follows:
o Lot 1 – Transport/Vehicular/Plant/Commercial/Void Premises; i.e. security provision within carparks, depots, commercial properties and empty properties
o Lot 2 – Specific Services Sites; e.g. security provision within community libraries, crematoria, cemeteries, Temporary Accommodation, Learning Centres, Admin Offices, Public Buildings
The following roles will be required across, not within all, the above-mentioned locations:
o Static guarding
o Mobile guarding
o Alarm/Mobile response
o Open/close (Lock and Unlock)
The Framework will follow the restricted procedure. Bidder’s must be successful at the selection questionnaire stage in order to be admitted to the tender stage.
The value of the contract notice is for ?12 million. The Council’s potential spend over the 4-year period is approx. ?9.2million. The Framework will be available to Local Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority and the Common Wealth Games (2022) Organising Committee. Note this contract is not for Events Security.
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About the buyer
10 Woodcock Street
0121 303 3273
Additional information on how to apply for this contract
If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Council’s tender Portal.
Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No
How to apply
Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided, or follow the instructions given in the notice description or information section.