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West Dunbartonshire Council is seeking Subcontractors and Specialist Contractors for its Building Services contract

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West Dunbartonshire Council has published a contract notice on Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) for the provision of Subcontractors and Specialist Contractors for Building Services.

The provision is to give West Dunbartonshire Council a route to identify qualified multi-trade contractors and trade groups to deliver maintenance, routine servicing, and emergency repairs to the Council’s buildings, including works to void properties in a multi-trade environment and a 24-hour 365 days emergency response service to be carried out in compliance with the contract conditions.

Contractors will be required to provide details on how your organisation’s skills, qualifications and competence that meet the specifications of the contract.

You will need to demonstrate a waste management plan. Contractors will also be required to provide evidence of insurance policies, where required to provide evidence of Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor’s Scheme (SIA).

The framework will be divided into 11 Lots. The Lots will be as follows:

  • Lot 1 – Landscaping including the provision of resin path
  • Lot 2 – Flooring
  • Lot 3 – Metal Fabrications
  • Lot 4 – Scaffold
  • Lot 5 – Electrical Specialist including entry systems and alarms
  • Lot 6 – Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) including General Mechanical specialists
  • Lot 7 – Laundry Equipment
  • Lot 8 – Plumbing
  • Lot 9 – Small Jobs
  • Lot 10 – Asbestos Removal
  • Lot 11 – External Building Fabric upgrades

Each lot varies in value; however, the duration of each Lot will be 24 months with the opportunity to renew for another 24 months.

Next Steps

If you are interested in bidding for West Dunbartonshire Council’s Subcontractors and Specialist Contractors for Building Services framework opportunity, please register your interest on the Public Contract Scotland website.

Support from the Supplier Development Programme

Micro, small, and medium sized businesses can access free training with SDP Scotland to prepare for this opportunity. If you are interested in bidding for this opportunity, you should attend the Using Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) – How to Find and Bid for Opportunities webinars.

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