Contract value:£10,000 – £20,000. The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a Contractor for the safe removal and disposal of all Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) from the redundant and derelict Kiveton Pit Head Baths, Rotherham.
Description of the contract
The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a Contractor for the safe removal and disposal of all Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) from the redundant and derelict Kiveton Pit Head Baths, Rotherham. The two-storey brick building was constructed in 1938 and remained in use until closure of the pit in the 1990s. The minimum level of Public Indemnity & Employers Liability and Damage to Property insurance cover needed for this contract is £5 million
How to apply
These works are being procured via a two stage tender. An initial pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) with supporting memorandum of information (MOI) must be completed by all contractors wishing to be considered for inclusion on the shortlist for tender. The PQQ is intended to identify candidates which are most capable of performing the contract in terms of financial status, technical ability and professional capacity. A shortlist of 4 – 6 contractors will be invited to tender following the evaluation of the PQQs. The contract will be awarded based on a quality and price basis, 40% quality and 60% price split. All tenders will be checked and the Contractors will be notified of any errors in the computation of his tender and afforded the opportunity to amend, stand by the tender or withdraw. All PQQ and tender documents will be provided digitally and must be submitted to the e-mail address within this document. firstname.lastname@example.org Contractors must provide details of proposed asbestos testing and certification organisations and confirm that your organisation is included in the HSE list of asbestos licence holders and you have a standard category licence. Contractors must have in place Public and Employers Liability insurance, Damage to Property cover of £5 million to undertake this Contract. All interested candidates should complete the PQQ questionnaire and provide all supporting information to the email address in this document by the stated deadline. Please note that no EOI is required. This procurement exercise is being managed by URS Infrastructure & Environment UK Limited on behalf of the Homes and Communities Agency (the Contracting Authority) and all correspondence should be placed to URS as specified in the Contract Information. Contractors must be licensed by the HSE and also be members of the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA). As part of the procurement process, the HCA needs to be satisfied that you have systems in place for managing health and safety within your business. Organisations wishing to tender for HCA contracts must be registered and assessed by a prequalification assessment scheme which is a member of SIPP (Safety Schemes in Procurement). This also applies to Non Construction companies. Registration and assessment must be in place prior to being invited to formally tender for the project or works. Further information on SIPP and details of assessment scheme members can be found on http://www.ssip.org.uk/ All discussions, meetings and communications will be conducted in English. The contract will be subject to English law. Tenders and all supporting documents must be priced in GBP and all payments under the contract will be made in GBP. This procurement and award is subject to the transparency arrangements being adopted by the UK Government. These arrangements include the publication of tender documentation issued by the HCA and the contract between the HCA and supplier. Bidders should highlight any areas they consider commercially sensitive in order for the HCA to be able to honour our transparency obligations without undermining the bidders commercial interests. Candidates are advised that the HCA is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“The Act”). If a candidate considers that any of the information supplied as part of this procurement procedure should not be disclosed because of its commercial sensitivity, confidential or otherwise, they must, when providing this information, clearly identify the specific information they do not wish to be disclosed and clearly specify the reasons for its sensitivity. The HCA shall take such statements into consideration in the event that it receives a request pursuant to the Act which relates to the information provided by the interested party. Please note, it is insufficient to include a statement of confidentiality encompassing all the information provided in the response. The HCA takes a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption and sets high standards of impartiality, integrity and objectivity in relation to the stewardship of public funds and the management of its activities. The principles contained within this policy apply to both internal and external audiences, including anyone wishing to undertake business or engage with the HCA. Please refer to our Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy by visiting http://www.homesandcommunities.co.uk/ethical-policies for further information.