Moray Council's Building Repair and Maintenance Framework
Moray Council has published the Building Repair and Maintenance Framework on Public Contracts Scotland-Tender (PCS-T).
Moray Council wises to put in place a Framework Agreement with suitable qualified and experienced Contractors to provide professional trade services to assist with Reactive Repairs and Planned Maintenance to the Council’s portfolio of public buildings and schools, as well as the Council owned housing stock of 6,297 properties which are located throughout Moray.
The Framework is divided into 26 Lots:
- Lot 1 – Asbestos Removal
Licenced and Non licenced asbestos removal.
- Lot 2 – Blacksmith
Metal fabricator and repair of roller shutter doors.
- Lot 3 – Builder/Mason
Builder will be required to, among other things, form the walls and other solid elements of buildings and structures and so on. It may be load bearing, forming an integral part of the structure, or non-load bearing, such as a partition wall or cladding.
- Lot 4 – Cleaning
Industrial, Domestic and Biohazard cleaning in Council properties and buildings.
- Lot 5 - Drainage & Water Services
Services include drainage, water services, camera inspection, jetting & Septic tank emptying.
- Lot 6 – Electrical
Including by not limited to installing or upgrading main or supplementary equipotential bonding, installing cabling at extra low voltage for signalling, cabling or communication purposes (for example, telephone cabling, cabling for fire alarm or burglar alarm systems, or heating control systems etc).
- Lot 7 – Fencing
Timber and metal fencing.
- Lot 8 - Fire Alarms/Equipment
Install, service & maintenance of Fire alarms, Intruder alarms, Access control and CCTV systems.
- Lot 9 – Groundworks
Excavation, Earthworks, Tarring/resurfacing and Hard Landscaping.
- Lot 10 – Joiner
Joinery and Locksmiths.
- Lot 11 – Lifts
Install, service and repair lifts and escalators.
- Lot 12 – Mechanical and Electrical Services
Mechanical systems can include elements of infrastructure, plant and machinery, tool and components, heating and ventilation etc. Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Motor Rewinds, Heat Recovery, Supply and Extract Ventilation, Solid Fuel, Oil Servicing & Repairs, Dust and fume Extraction, Solar Panels PV, Data Cabling, Flue Installation & Servicing, Solar Water Heating, Thermal Panels, Air & Ground Source Heat Pumps, Heating Control Systems, Gas Servicing & Repairs, Commercial, wet heating systems.
- Lot 13 – Multi-trade
Including but not limited to Builder, Electrician, Plumber, Painter, Joiner, Roofer and Landscaping. Please be reminded that by agreeing to bid for the multi-trade lot you are agreeing to be responsible for all work carried out under the project.
- Lot 14 – Painting and Decorating
Prepare surfaces, mix paints for different needs, and apply them with brushes or rollers to fill in cracks or apply colour on walls and other objects around a home, such as furniture pieces or doors etc.
- Lot 15 – Pest Control
Control of unwanted creatures, such as, rats, ants, bedbugs, and termites from homes, buildings, and surrounding areas. Inspection of buildings for signs of pests, determine the treatment needed.
- Lot 16 – Plastering
Taping and filling, Internal plastering, roughcasting and render works tiling.
- Lot 17 – Plumbing
Fit and maintain water systems in buildings including drainage. This includes toilets, baths, showers, sinks, washing machines and dishwashers. You can also install central heating systems but need additional qualifications to work with gas boilers, etc.
- Lot 18 – Removal & Storage
The removal and storage of furniture, equipment and documents.
- Lot 19 – Roofing
Cleaning, Flat, Tiling, Slating & Cladding, Asbestos Removal Roofing, Metal sheet roofing/cladding repair specialists.
- Lot 20 – Rope Access
Including Lighting Conductor Engineers, Chimney Inspection & fall protection, Rain water system cleaning gutters and down pipes.
- Lot 21 – Rot and Damp Preservation & Treatment
The preservative treatment of timber or timber products involves the introduction of stable chemicals into the cellular structure of timber that protect the timber from hazards such as wood destroying organisms like fungi and insects. Carrying out inspections and providing reports with recommendations and budget costs.
- Lot 22 – Scaffolding
Erection of a temporary structure used to support a work crew and materials to aid in the construction, maintenance and repair of buildings and structures. Scaffolds are widely used on site to get access to heights and areas that would be otherwise hard to get to.
- Lot 23 – Signage
Road, internal and external signage.
- Lot 24 – Specialist Trades
Including Access Systems (Intruder Alarm & Door Entry), Catering Equipment (Supply, Service & Repair), Floor coverings (Carpet and Vinyl), Doors (Industrial & Roller), Windows and Glazing, Curtains and Blinds, Demolition, Generator Maintenance, Automatic Doors, Carpark automatic barriers, Metalwork/Bronze Refurbishment Specialists, Chimney Sweeps.
- Lot 25 – Wall Cladding
Curtain wall systems and repairs.
- Lot 26 – Workshop Machinery
Repairs & Servicing of workshop machinery.
The duration for all the Lots is 48 months with no opportunity for renewal. The deadline for bidding is 20 February 2023.
If you are interested in bidding for Moray Council’s Building Repair and Maintenance Framework, please visit the Public Contracts Scotland-Tender website to note your interest and bid.
Support from the Supplier Development Programme
The Supplier Development Programme offers free tender training to micro, small and medium sized businesses across Scotland.
To get ‘tender ready’ for this opportunity Scottish SMEs are encouraged to attend tender training with SDP. Of particular interest may include:
- 1.2 Using Public Contract Scotland (PCS) – How to Find and Bid for Opportunities on 24 January 2023
- 1.4 Planning Your Bid – Time and Resources webinar on 31 January 2023
- 2.3 Understanding and Bidding – Frameworks and Dynamic Purchasing Systems (DPS) webinar on 9 February 2023
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