Specialist Conservation Repair Contractors

Specialist Conservation Repair Contractors

Southampton City Council invites applications from suitably experienced conservation repair specialists to carry out repairs/replacement to the Civic Centre clock tower, a Grade II* listed building.

Reference number: SCC/Advert

Deadline date:18/02/2014

This deadline is for… The Submission of the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire

Contract value:£150,000 – £200,000

Location where the contract is to be carried out: Southampton

Is this suitable for smaller suppliers? Yes

Is this contract suitable for a voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations? No

Name of the buying organisation: Southampton City Council

 

Description of the contract

Southampton City Council invites applications from suitably experienced conservation repair specialists to carry out repairs/replacement to the Civic Centre clock tower, a Grade II* listed building. Works will comprise repairs to the copper roof, stonework and timber louvres and refurbishment of the steel windows. The contractor is to act as Main Contractor for the aforementioned specialist works. Contractors who can carry out this work in whole or in part will be considered. A minimum of three and a maximum of eight tenderers will be invited to tender for the works. Applicants should email: Capita.Symonds.Property.Procurement@southampton.gov.uk to request PQQ documentation. The deadline for the submission of the pre-qualification questionnaire is the 18th of February 2014, 12 o’clock midday. The proposed contractor will be required to have a flexible and constructive approach to undertaking the repairs due to the nature of the building. The scope of the works may alter as the project progresses and investigations proceed.

 

Documents

Classification of the contract

45000000 Construction work

 

Additional information

Contract type: Works – Unspecified

Is it a framework agreement? No

Is this contract related to a programme of funding? No

Contract will be awarded based on: Most economically advantageous tender in terms of: The criteria stated in the contract documents

Estimated length of contract: 56 Days

 

Who to contact

Contact name Ian Pritchard

Organisation name Southampton City Council

Address 3rd Floor, One Guildhall Square, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 7FP

Telephone 0238083

Extension number: 4389

Fax

Web address www.southampton.gov.uk

 

How to apply

Applicants should email: Capita.Symonds.Property.Procurement@southampton.gov.uk to request PQQ documentation. The deadline for the submission of the pre-qualification questionnaire is the 18th of February 2014, 12 o’clock midday. The proposed contractor will be required to have a flexible and constructive approach to undertaking the repairs due to the nature of the building. The scope of the works may alter as the project progresses and investigations proceed. Whilst every effort has been made to consider the full scope of the requirement the Contracting Authority does not guarantee the volume of goods/service/works required resulting from this tender or that it will accept any tender on completion of the tender exercise. A performance bond, and/or parent company guarantee in the case of a subsidiary company, may be required. Main financing condition and payment arrangements and/or reference to the relevant provisions regulating to them will be indicated in the Tender documents. The criteria for selecting the candidates will be set out in the Prequalification Questionnaire. Award of tender will be the most economically advantageous tender received, the criteria for selection of which will be indicated in the tender documents. The contracting authority undertake to use reasonable endeavours to hold confidential information provided in the proposal submitted, subject to the contracting authority’s obligations under law, including the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If the applicant considers that any of the information submitted in the proposal should not be disclosed because of its sensitivity then this should be stated with the reason for considering it sensitive. The contracting authority will then consider the sensitivity statement before replying to any request received under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Tender documents or notice of non-acceptance, as appropriate will be issued to all applicants.