The City and County of Swansea in a Local Authority that in on the boundary of West Wales and is boarded by the counties of Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.

We in the City and County of Swansea are very clear about our aspirations for the county and how we wish to not only transform it for the future but importantly maintain our assets for generations to come and as such making the county a better place for all of our people.

To assist us in this process we have identified the need to once again form a highways partnership that will facilitate a smooth transaction when the current partnership ends and will build on the successes made.

The County is responsible for the maintenance of more than 1 100 km of carriageway, 1 500 km of footway and in excess of 200 bridges and structures. It is our aim that the actions of the partnership will ensure that these assets are:

— return the County’s infrastructure to an acceptable standard where identified;

— significantly improve the appearance of the highway network;

— bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities.

The partnership will consist of two lots: one to carry out civil work as requested and the second to carry out carriageway resurfacing and associated works identified in the current program plus additional projects subject to funding.

This framework is required to deliver our strategic objectives and the contractor/s will be expected to demonstrate year on year improvements to satisfying the following objectives:

— ensuring the network is safe for users, as far as is reasonably practicable – so that we are able to comply with our statutory duties and successfully defend against potential claims;

— maintain the value of the highway assets – to ensure sound financial management of the highway assets;

— maintain the visual appearance of the network – to help enhance the environment of the County;

— maintain availability of the highway network ensuring that highway users are free to travel with minimal disruption;

— minimise disruption to residents and businesses – so that those living and working in the County suffer minimal disruption from Tasks being undertaken on the highway.

To facilitate this, works may include but not be limited to the following:

• new highway construction;

• highway improvements;

• traffic calming;

• carriageway reconstruction;

• footway reconstruction;

• surfacing of carriageways;

• surfacing of footpaths;

• specialist surface treatments;

• drainage and ducting;

• painting including structural painting;

• maintenance and renewal of safety fencing;

• concrete placing and repair;

• waterproofing of structures;

• brickwork and blockwork;

• general civil engineering.

Extended TitleFramework for General Civil Engineering; Highways Planned Maintenance, Improvement and Construction Works
Extended Description

The City and County of Swansea in a Local Authority that in on the boundary of West Wales and is boarded by the counties of Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.

We in the City and County of Swansea are very clear about our aspirations for the county and how we wish to not only transform it for the future but importantly maintain our assets for generations to come and as such making the county a better place for all of our people.

To assist us in this process we have identified the need to once again form a highways partnership that will facilitate a smooth transaction when the current partnership ends and will build on the successes made.

The County is responsible for the maintenance of more than 1 100 km of carriageway, 1 500 km of footway and in excess of 200 bridges and structures. It is our aim that the actions of the partnership will ensure that these assets are:

— return the County’s infrastructure to an acceptable standard where identified;

— significantly improve the appearance of the highway network;

— bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities.

The partnership will consist of two lots: one to carry out civil work as requested and the second to carry out carriageway resurfacing and associated works identified in the current program plus additional projects subject to funding.

This framework is required to deliver our strategic objectives and the contractor/s will be expected to demonstrate year on year improvements to satisfying the following objectives:

— ensuring the network is safe for users, as far as is reasonably practicable – so that we are able to comply with our statutory duties and successfully defend against potential claims;

— maintain the value of the highway assets – to ensure sound financial management of the highway assets;

— maintain the visual appearance of the network – to help enhance the environment of the County;

— maintain availability of the highway network ensuring that highway users are free to travel with minimal disruption;

— minimise disruption to residents and businesses – so that those living and working in the County suffer minimal disruption from Tasks being undertaken on the highway.

To facilitate this, works may include but not be limited to the following:

• new highway construction;

• highway improvements;

• traffic calming;

• carriageway reconstruction;

• footway reconstruction;

• surfacing of carriageways;

• surfacing of footpaths;

• specialist surface treatments;

• drainage and ducting;

• painting including structural painting;

• maintenance and renewal of safety fencing;

• concrete placing and repair;

• waterproofing of structures;

• brickwork and blockwork;

• general civil engineering.

Modifications

TThe City and County of Swansea in a Local Authority that in on the boundary of West Wales and is boarded by the counties of Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.

We in the City and County of Swansea are very clear about our aspirations for the county and how we wish to not only transform it for the future but importantly maintain our assets for generations to come and as such making the county a better place for all of our people.

To assist us in this process we have identified the need to once again form a highways partnership that will facilitate a smooth transaction when the current partnership ends and will build on the successes made.

The County is responsible for the maintenance of more than 1 100 km of carriageway, 1 500 km of footway and in excess of 200 bridges and structures. It is our aim that the actions of the partnership will ensure that these assets are:

— return the County’s infrastructure to an acceptable standard where identified;

— significantly improve the appearance of the highway network;

— bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities.

The partnership will consist of two lots: one to carry out civil work as requested and the second to carry out carriageway resurfacing and associated works identified in the current program plus additional projects subject to funding.

This framework is required to deliver our strategic objectives and the contractor/s will be expected to demonstrate year on year improvements to satisfying the following objectives:

— ensuring the network is safe for users, as far as is reasonably practicable – so that we are able to comply with our statutory duties and successfully defend against potential claims;

— maintain the value of the highway assets – to ensure sound financial management of the highway assets;

— maintain the visual appearance of the network – to help enhance the environment of the County;

— maintain availability of the highway network ensuring that highway users are free to travel with minimal disruption;

— minimise disruption to residents and businesses – so that those living and working in the County suffer minimal disruption from Tasks being undertaken on the highway.

To facilitate this, works may include but not be limited to the following:

• new highway construction;

• highway improvements;

• traffic calming;

• carriageway reconstruction;

• footway reconstruction;

• surfacing of carriageways;

• surfacing of footpaths;

• specialist surface treatments;

• drainage and ducting;

• painting including structural painting;

• maintenance and renewal of safety fencing;

• concrete placing and repair;

• waterproofing of structures;

• brickwork and blockwork;

• general civil engineering.

Deadline DateNone Provided
Publication Date2021-04-16
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeRestricted procedure
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationCity and County of Swansea
AddressCivic Centre
TownSwansea
Postal CodeSA1 3SN
Phone+44 1792637242
Class Code45230000
Class DescriptionConstruction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flatwork
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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