Broxtowe Borough Council has advertised a £3 million heating replacement, servicing and maintenance partnership works contract on the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
The Council is looking to select a partner to support the delivery of its Gas Heating Partnering Works which are due to start in 2010, with a target for completion of 2013.
The initial value of the first three year phase of work is estimated to be approximately £3m, with an option of a further two years.
The tender reads: “Broxtowe is committed to developing long term relationships with selected supply chain partners for the duration of the project.”
The works will typically include;
- Removal of existing heating systems,
- Installation of new heating systems including all associated works,
- Installation of feature electric fire suites,
- Testing and upgrading of electrical systems,
- Servicing of all appliances within 12 months each year,
- Maintenance of all gas appliances,
- Provision of 24 hour emergency service.
The tender continues: “Homes will remain fully occupied during the project. The Contractor must be committed to properly resourcing all stages of the Project and to working together to ensure the existing Broxtowe Housing Service is safely and properly maintained with minimal disruption.”
Broxtowe Borough Council lies to the west of the city of Nottingham and comprises the towns of Beeston, Stapleford, Kimberley and Eastwood.
The Council’s housing stock comprises of approximately 4,673 units of accommodation, mostly of traditional low rise buildings.
The deadline for receiving tenders is 10 August. The contact is Steve Cotterill.