Stotles logo
Closed

DoF 5055724 - Pan Government Small Works Framework 2024

Published

Value

48,000,000 GBP

Description

Framework Agreement For The Provision Of Small Works To The Northern Ireland Government Estate. Building, Mechanical And Electrical Works And Associated Specialist Subcontracts Associated With: Construction Of New Buildings And Extensions; Refurbishment Of Existing Buildings; Building Repairs; Installation Of Building Services Systems; Replacemt Of Building Services Installations The Agreement Will Comprise Four Lots By Geographic Areas Of Northern Ireland - North, South, West And Reserve. No Services Will Be Delivered Through The Agreement. Contracts Will Be Awareded Throught The Framework In Accordance With The Procedures Detailed Therein. The Appointment Of A Contractor To The Agreement Is Not A Guarantee Of Any Future Workload, But Demonstrates An Intention To Utilise The Appointed Contractors To Provide Services. The Overall Volume And Value Of Property Services That Will Be Delivered Through The Framework Will Be Wholly Dependent On Clients’ Requirements And Budget Constraints. Lot 1: Small Works North Framework Agreement For The Provision Of Small Works To The Northern Ireland Government Estate. Building, Mechanical And Electrical Works And Associated Specialist Subcontracts Associated With: Construction Of New Buildings And Extensions; Refurbishment Of Existing Buildings; Building Repairs; Installation Of Building Services Systems; Replacemt Of Building Services Installations The Agreement Will Comprise Four Lots By Geographic Areas Of Northern Ireland - North, South, West And Reserve. No Services Will Be Delivered Through The Agreement. Contracts Will Be Awareded Throught The Framework In Accordance With The Procedures Detailed Therein. The Appointment Of A Contractor To The Agreement Is Not A Guarantee Of Any Future Workload, But Demonstrates An Intention To Utilise The Appointed Contractors To Provide Services. The Overall Volume And Value Of Property Services That Will Be Delivered Through The Framework Will Be Wholly Dependent On Clients’ Requirements And Budget Constraints. Additional information: . The Authority wishes to appoint four Economic Operators (EOs), to enter into a Pan Government Small Works Framework 2024 (SWF2024) (hereafter referred to as ‘the Agreement’). . The Authority intends to appoint four Integrated Supply Teams (ISTs) to the Agreement, (which includes a reserve IST) to the geographic areas of Northern Ireland as listed below. A map of the geographical areas is included in the procurement documents. . • Lot 1 – Small Works – North. • Lot 2 – Small Works – South. • Lot 3 – Small Works – West. • Lot 4 – Small Works – All NI - Reserve (for Lots 1-3 areas). The Agreement will provide the delivery of small new and refurbishment construction works projects not normally exceeding an estimated cost of £500,000 (whilst there is no lower limit, works will not normally be less than £75,000). This may include the provision of building, mechanical and electrical works and all associated specialist subcontracts.. The work may involve: . • Construction of new buildings and extensions; . • Refurbishment of existing buildings;. • Building repairs;. • Installation of new building services systems; and . • Replacement of building services installations. Many business areas such as Health Trusts, the Education Authority and Colleges already have their own small works construction frameworks in place so it is anticipated that most of the services will be in relation to:. • office estate;. • courts;. • Agricultural, Food & Rural Enterprise colleges;. • libraries;. • workshops;. • laboratories;. • forest facilities;. • storage facilities;. • amenity facilities;. • sports facilities;. • historic buildings and monuments; and. • business/industrial units.. In accordance with the Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 01/21 (Scoring Social Value Policy), the Agreement will deliver measurable social value outcomes. Schedule 9 of the Agreement details the Social Value requirements. . It is estimated that the aggregated value of services to be delivered through each individual Lot is as detailed below: Lot 1 North - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 2 South - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 3 West - £3m - £4m per annum.. Lot 4 Reserve - £1m per annum.. .. However, the appointment of a Contractor to the Agreement is not a guarantee of any future workload, but demonstrates an intention to utilise the appointed Contractors to provide services where appropriate. The overall volume and value of property services that will be delivered through the NEC4 ECSC and NEC4 ECC contracts will be wholly dependent on Clients’ asset portfolios. The current budget constraints are anticipated to influence the volume of services and works delivered through the NEC4 contracts. . The Agreement will be available for use by public sector organisations requiring property related services in Northern Ireland . The list of public bodies can be found at https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/list-public-bodies-which-can-participate-cpd-collaborative-frameworks Lot 2: Small Works South Framework Agreement For The Provision Of Small Works To The Northern Ireland Government Estate. Building, Mechanical And Electrical Works And Associated Specialist Subcontracts Associated With: Construction Of New Buildings And Extensions; Refurbishment Of Existing Buildings; Building Repairs; Installation Of Building Services Systems; Replacemt Of Building Services Installations The Agreement Will Comprise Four Lots By Geographic Areas Of Northern Ireland - North, South, West And Reserve. No Services Will Be Delivered Through The Agreement. Contracts Will Be Awareded Throught The Framework In Accordance With The Procedures Detailed Therein. The Appointment Of A Contractor To The Agreement Is Not A Guarantee Of Any Future Workload, But Demonstrates An Intention To Utilise The Appointed Contractors To Provide Services. The Overall Volume And Value Of Property Services That Will Be Delivered Through The Framework Will Be Wholly Dependent On Clients’ Requirements And Budget Constraints. Additional information: The Authority wishes to appoint four Economic Operators (EOs), to enter into a Pan Government Small Works Framework 2024 (SWF2024) (hereafter referred to as ‘the Agreement’). . The Authority intends to appoint four Integrated Supply Teams (ISTs) to the Agreement, (which includes a reserve IST) to the geographic areas of Northern Ireland as listed below. A map of the geographical areas is included in the procurement documents. . • Lot 1 – Small Works – North. • Lot 2 – Small Works – South. • Lot 3 – Small Works – West. • Lot 4 – Small Works – All NI - Reserve (for Lots 1-3 areas). The Agreement will provide the delivery of small new and refurbishment construction works projects not normally exceeding an estimated cost of £500,000 (whilst there is no lower limit, works will not normally be less than £75,000). This may include the provision of building, mechanical and electrical works and all associated specialist subcontracts.. The work may involve: . • Construction of new buildings and extensions; . • Refurbishment of existing buildings;. • Building repairs;. • Installation of new building services systems; and . • Replacement of building services installations. Many business areas such as Health Trusts, the Education Authority and Colleges already have their own small works construction frameworks in place so it is anticipated that most of the services will be in relation to:. • office estate;. • courts;. • Agricultural, Food & Rural Enterprise colleges;. • libraries;. • workshops;. • laboratories;. • forest facilities;. • storage facilities;. • amenity facilities;. • sports facilities;. • historic buildings and monuments; and. • business/industrial units.. In accordance with the Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 01/21 (Scoring Social Value Policy), the Agreement will deliver measurable social value outcomes. Schedule 9 of the Agreement details the Social Value requirements. . It is estimated that the aggregated value of services to be delivered through each individual Lot is as detailed below: Lot 1 North - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 2 South - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 3 West - £3m - £4m per annum.. Lot 4 Reserve - £1m per annum.. .. However, the appointment of a Contractor to the Agreement is not a guarantee of any future workload, but demonstrates an intention to utilise the appointed Contractors to provide services where appropriate. The overall volume and value of property services that will be delivered through the NEC4 ECSC and NEC4 ECC contracts will be wholly dependent on Clients’ asset portfolios. The current budget constraints are anticipated to influence the volume of services and works delivered through the NEC4 contracts. . The AgThe list of public bodies can be found at https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/list-public-bodies-which-can-participate-cpd-collaborative-frameworks Lot 3: Small Works West Framework Agreement For The Provision Of Small Works To The Northern Ireland Government Estate. Building, Mechanical And Electrical Works And Associated Specialist Subcontracts Associated With: Construction Of New Buildings And Extensions; Refurbishment Of Existing Buildings; Building Repairs; Installation Of Building Services Systems; Replacemt Of Building Services Installations The Agreement Will Comprise Four Lots By Geographic Areas Of Northern Ireland - North, South, West And Reserve. No Services Will Be Delivered Through The Agreement. Contracts Will Be Awareded Throught The Framework In Accordance With The Procedures Detailed Therein. The Appointment Of A Contractor To The Agreement Is Not A Guarantee Of Any Future Workload, But Demonstrates An Intention To Utilise The Appointed Contractors To Provide Services. The Overall Volume And Value Of Property Services That Will Be Delivered Through The Framework Will Be Wholly Dependent On Clients’ Requirements And Budget Constraints. Additional information: The Authority wishes to appoint four Economic Operators (EOs), to enter into a Pan Government Small Works Framework 2024 (SWF2024) (hereafter referred to as ‘the Agreement’). . The Authority intends to appoint four Integrated Supply Teams (ISTs) to the Agreement, (which includes a reserve IST) to the geographic areas of Northern Ireland as listed below. A map of the geographical areas is included in the procurement documents. . • Lot 1 – Small Works – North. • Lot 2 – Small Works – South. • Lot 3 – Small Works – West. • Lot 4 – Small Works – All NI - Reserve (for Lots 1-3 areas). The Agreement will provide the delivery of small new and refurbishment construction works projects not normally exceeding an estimated cost of £500,000 (whilst there is no lower limit, works will not normally be less than £75,000). This may include the provision of building, mechanical and electrical works and all associated specialist subcontracts.. The work may involve: . • Construction of new buildings and extensions; . • Refurbishment of existing buildings;. • Building repairs;. • Installation of new building services systems; and . • Replacement of building services installations. Many business areas such as Health Trusts, the Education Authority and Colleges already have their own small works construction frameworks in place so it is anticipated that most of the services will be in relation to:. • office estate;. • courts;. • Agricultural, Food & Rural Enterprise colleges;. • libraries;. • workshops;. • laboratories;. • forest facilities;. • storage facilities;. • amenity facilities;. • sports facilities;. • historic buildings and monuments; and. • business/industrial units.. In accordance with the Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 01/21 (Scoring Social Value Policy), the Agreement will deliver measurable social value outcomes. Schedule 9 of the Agreement details the Social Value requirements. . It is estimated that the aggregated value of services to be delivered through each individual Lot is as detailed below: Lot 1 North - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 2 South - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 3 West - £3m - £4m per annum.. Lot 4 Reserve - £1m per annum.. .. However, the appointment of a Contractor to the Agreement is not a guarantee of any future workload, but demonstrates an intention to utilise the appointed Contractors to provide services where appropriate. The overall volume and value of property services that will be delivered through the NEC4 ECSC and NEC4 ECC contracts will be wholly dependent on Clients’ asset portfolios. The current budget constraints are anticipated to influence the volume of services and works delivered through the NEC4 contracts . The list of public bodies can be found at https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/list-public-bodies-which-can-participate-cpd-collaborative-frameworks Lot 4: All NI (Reserve) Framework Agreement For The Provision Of Small Works To The Northern Ireland Government Estate. Building, Mechanical And Electrical Works And Associated Specialist Subcontracts Associated With: Construction Of New Buildings And Extensions; Refurbishment Of Existing Buildings; Building Repairs; Installation Of Building Services Systems; Replacemt Of Building Services Installations The Agreement Will Comprise Four Lots By Geographic Areas Of Northern Ireland - North, South, West And Reserve. No Services Will Be Delivered Through The Agreement. Contracts Will Be Awareded Throught The Framework In Accordance With The Procedures Detailed Therein. The Appointment Of A Contractor To The Agreement Is Not A Guarantee Of Any Future Workload, But Demonstrates An Intention To Utilise The Appointed Contractors To Provide Services. The Overall Volume And Value Of Property Services That Will Be Delivered Through The Framework Will Be Wholly Dependent On Clients’ Requirements And Budget Constraints. Additional information: The Authority wishes to appoint four Economic Operators (EOs), to enter into a Pan Government Small Works Framework 2024 (SWF2024) (hereafter referred to as ‘the Agreement’). . The Authority intends to appoint four Integrated Supply Teams (ISTs) to the Agreement, (which includes a reserve IST) to the geographic areas of Northern Ireland as listed below. A map of the geographical areas is included in the procurement documents. . • Lot 1 – Small Works – North. • Lot 2 – Small Works – South. • Lot 3 – Small Works – West. • Lot 4 – Small Works – All NI - Reserve (for Lots 1-3 areas). The Agreement will provide the delivery of small new and refurbishment construction works projects not normally exceeding an estimated cost of £500,000 (whilst there is no lower limit, works will not normally be less than £75,000). This may include the provision of building, mechanical and electrical works and all associated specialist subcontracts.. The work may involve: . • Construction of new buildings and extensions; . • Refurbishment of existing buildings;. • Building repairs;. • Installation of new building services systems; and . • Replacement of building services installations. Many business areas such as Health Trusts, the Education Authority and Colleges already have their own small works construction frameworks in place so it is anticipated that most of the services will be in relation to:. • office estate;. • courts;. • Agricultural, Food & Rural Enterprise colleges;. • libraries;. • workshops;. • laboratories;. • forest facilities;. • storage facilities;. • amenity facilities;. • sports facilities;. • historic buildings and monuments; and. • business/industrial units.. In accordance with the Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 01/21 (Scoring Social Value Policy), the Agreement will deliver measurable social value outcomes. Schedule 9 of the Agreement details the Social Value requirements. . It is estimated that the aggregated value of services to be delivered through each individual Lot is as detailed below: Lot 1 North - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 2 South - £2.5m - £3m per annum.. Lot 3 West - £3m - £4m per annum.. Lot 4 Reserve - £1m per annum.. .. However, the appointment of a Contractor to the Agreement is not a guarantee of any future workload, but demonstrates an intention to utilise the appointed Contractors to provide services where appropriate. The overall volume and value of property services that will be delivered through the NEC4 ECSC and NEC4 ECC contracts will be wholly dependent on Clients’ asset portfolios. The current budget constraints are anticipated to influence the volume of services and works delivered through the NEC4 contracts. . The Agreement will be available for use by public sector organisations requiring property related services in Northern Ireland . The list of public bodies can be found at https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/list-public-bodies-which-can-participate-cpd-collaborative-frameworks

Timeline

Publish date

3 months ago

Close date

a month ago

Buyer information

CPD — Construction Health Projects

Contact:
construct.infofinance-ni.gov.uk
Email:
construct.info@finance-ni.gov.uk

Explore contracts and tenders relating to CPD — Construction Health Projects

Go to buyer profile
To save this opportunity, sign up to Stotles for free.
Save in app
  • Looking glass on top of a file iconTender tracking

    Access a feed of government opportunities tailored to you, in one view. Receive email alerts and integrate with your CRM to stay up-to-date.

  • ID card iconProactive prospecting

    Get ahead of competitors by reaching out to key decision-makers within buying organisations directly.

  • Open folder icon360° account briefings

    Create in-depth briefings on buyer organisations based on their historical & upcoming procurement activity.

  • Teamwork iconCollaboration tools

    Streamline sales workflows with team collaboration and communication features, and integrate with your favourite sales tools.

Stop chasing tenders, start getting ahead.

Create your free feed

Explore similar tenders and contracts

Browse open tenders, recent contract awards and upcoming contract expiries that match similar CPV codes.

Explore other contracts published by CPD — Construction Health Projects

Explore more open tenders, recent contract awards and upcoming contract expiries published by CPD — Construction Health Projects.

Explore more suppliers to CPD — Construction Health Projects

Sign up