Future Contract Opportunities
Planned Preventative Maintenance & Reactive Repairs of Heating Ventilation and Hot Water Systems
We are seeking a company to provide an effective planned preventative maintenance programme and reactive repairs of heating, ventilation and hot water systems for the West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority at various sites in the West Midlands region, the Council Authorities of Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall, and Wolverhampton details of which can be found on our website www.wmfs.net. In addition to the 39 fire stations the Headquarters site is located in Central Birmingham; the Training Centre is in Smethwick and Transport Engineering Workshops in North Birmingham.
The contract shall be for a period of up to 4 years (two years with an option to extend for two further years).
The successful bidder will be required to carry out the planned maintenance/inspection visits in order to satisfy the Authority as to the general condition of the heating and ventilation and hot water systems, to ensure their efficient, safe, economical running and to indicate any repairs which may need to be carried out either immediately or in the future.
The programme will include twice yearly maintenance visits together with the provision of a 7 days per week, 24 hours per day, emergency callout service with a maximum two hour call out time to cover plant or service breakdown.
The company must be experienced in this field and able to demonstrate its professional & technical competence in providing a regular service. The company shall ensure that all members of his staff are suitably qualified, have had the appropriate training and certification in the maintenance, repair and testing on all plant that they intend to maintain. The successful contractor will be expected to be familiar with the Siemens Desigo PMX10 and Trend Control experienced in its maintenance or alternatively arrange for relevant technicians to be trained in the management of the systems.
Companies wishing to tender for this contract should have £5m public liability and employer’s liability insurance cover and have an annual turnover of £360,000.00.
Following the Pre Qualification Questionnaire evaluation tender documents will be issued to between 5 and 8 top scoring Contractors.
If you would like to be considered for this contract, please complete and return the pre-qualification questionnaire.
Closing date for the return of completed Pre-qualification Questionnaires is 16:00 hours on 4th December 2013. Any applications that arrive after the specified time and date will be rejected.