Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework for Refurbishment and Fit-out Works to Swindon Borough Council Heritage Assets
Swindon Borough Council invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced service providers to enter a framework for a value up to 9 500 000 GBP for works to Council owned heritage assets.
To support the Council’s vision and to accelerate delivery of refurbishments to the carriage works and other heritage assets, up to 5 suppliers will become part of a Framework Agreement for a 4 year term.
The submission to participate on the framework will also include the first package of work comprising of carriage works Unit 11. The work will create the “Cultural Heritage Institute” a higher education facility.
The planning application provides outline information for units 7 and 9, work packages to be mini competed at a later date. Further mini-competitions will provide office and other uses within the Carriage works during the framework term.
The ITT and supporting documents contain minimum criteria to be awarded on the framework, how mini competitions will be done and the first parcel of works.
The Framework Agreement will be for a period of 48 months with an estimated commencement date of 9.5.2019. The total potential value of the framework over the term is up to 9 500 000 GBP.
The first mini bid is for Unit 11 refurbishment and fit out works which will be initially for a period of 5 months commencing 9.5.2019 with the option to extend for a further 2 months. The estimated value of the first parcel of works is 1 000 000 GBP.
The invitation to tender and supporting documents provides further information about the nature and quantity of the works, details of the minimum criteria to be awarded on the framework, how mini competitions will be carried out and details of the first parcel of works.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
In the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
|Award Criteria||The most economic tender|
|Date Published||14th Feb 2019|
|Main Activities||General public services|
|Common Procurement Vocabulary||Construction work|
Site preparation and clearance work
Ground investigation work
Construction work of leisure facilities
Leisure centre construction work
Entertainment building construction work
Construction work for sports facilities
Construction work for swimming pool
Multi-purpose sports facilities construction work
Repair and maintenance work in connection with sports facilities
Construction work for art and cultural buildings
Construction work for buildings relating to exhibitions
Art gallery construction work
Exhibition centre construction work
Museum construction work
Construction work for buildings relating to artistic performances
Auditorium construction work
Lecture hall construction work
Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest
Construction work for commercial buildings
Construction work for industrial buildings
Buildings associated with transport
Construction work for university buildings
Lecture theatre construction work
Construction work for buildings of further education
Construction work for research buildings
Entrance hall construction work
Training facilities building
Pedestrian tunnel construction work
Lift installation work
Installation of doors and windows and related components
Installation of door and window frames
Installation of door frames
Installation of window frames
Installation of thresholds
Installation of doors and windows
Installation of doors
Installation of windows
Installation of metal joinery except doors and windows
Other building completion work