Supply Home Office Type Approved Safety Camera Systems to Surrey County Council

6 Lots. Lot 1 A25 Shere Road, Albury Average Speed.

Surrey County Council (“the Council”) is seeking to identify one or more safety camera providers (‘the Contractor’) to design and install Home Office Type Approved (‘HOTA’) safety camera systems at the following locations or ‘Lots’: Lot 1 – A25 Shere Road, Albury Lot 2 – B2032 Dorking Road, Tadworth Lot 3 – 374 Brooklands Road, Weybridge Lot 4 – 382 Old Woking Road, West Byfleet Lot 5 – 23 Horley Road, South Earlswood Lot 6 – A281 Horsham Road, Bramley Bidders may submit tenders for one or more Lots as detailed above. Submissions will be evaluated using the evaluation methodol

Contract summary

 

Industry

  • Speed camera equipment – 34971000

Location of contract

RH2 8EF

Value of contract

£920,000

Procurement reference

31cf0f8f-d121-4b2d-ad42-f0a2d87430f2

Published date

12 October 2022

Closing date

9 November 2022

Closing time

12pm

Contract start date

3 January 2023

Contract end date

3 July 2023

Contract type

Service contract

Procedure type

Open procedure (above threshold)

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

No

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

Background: We are looking to identify one or more safety camera providers to design and install Home Office Type Approved safety camera systems at the following locations or ‘Lots’:

Lot 1 A25 Shere Road, Albury Average Speed
Lot 2 B2032 Dorking Road, Tadworth Average Speed
Lot 3 B374 Brooklands Road, Weybridge Average Speed
Lot 4 B382 Old Woking Road, West Byfleet Average Speed
Lot 5 A23 Horley Road, South Earlswood Spot Speed
Lot 6 A281 Horsham Road, Bramley Average Speed

Bidders may submit tenders for one or more Lots as detailed above. Submissions will be evaluated using the evaluation methodology detailed in the ITT document. Bidders should be aware that each Lot will be evaluated and awarded individually using the documents required for submission.

Safety cameras have been successful in reducing road casualties through deterring speeding and red light jumping. Analysis of speed and collision data has indicated that the installation of safety camera systems in these locations would be an appropriate method of improving road safety for these stretches of road.

The project will include the installation of digital average speed or spot speed camera technology that has been type approved by the Home Office. Equipment must be connected safely to existing power networks and be able to communicate remotely with the Surrey Police back-office processing system via 3G / 4G. The scope of this procurement exercise is for the supply and installation of the camera systems. The cameras will be serviced and calibrated as part of “pay as you go” contracts that falls outside of this procurement exercise.

Surrey County Council Road Safety & Active Travel Team and Surrey Police (“Drive Smart Partnership”) are looking for the most effective speed enforcement systems, employing the most appropriate technology that also demonstrates value for money. The evaluation panel will be assessing each solution put forward on its adherence to the specification, the level of enforcement achieved and the value of the proposal and will be awarding contract(s) to the most economically advantageous bidder(s).

Please refer to the documents in the document area.

 

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How to apply

 

Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.

 

About the buyer

 

Contact name

David Mellor

Address

Woodhatch Place, 11 Cockshot Hill
, ,
Reigate
RH2 8EF
UNITED KINGDOM

Telephone

0208 541 9000

Email

david.mellor@surreycc.gov.uk