The contracting authority's Direct Labour Organization (DLO) are currently providing these services. The contracting authority now requires contractors to support the DLO in achieving the requirements of the 5-year fixed electrical inspection programme, by carrying out fixed electrical inspections, testing and remedial works in the areas where DLO are under resourced and current completions indicate targets over the 5 years will not be achieved. Smoke detectors which have already achieved or will achieve a 10-year life within the next 5 years must also be replaced. An inspection and test of the electrical installation in each property will be completed in accordance with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and all necessary repairs will be completed and any non-compliance issues will be made good. As a landlord the contracting authority operates within the context of regulatory legal frameworks which include management of health and safety at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 and IET Wiring Regulations, BS7671, 2018.

Extended TitleCTO83 Electrical Testing and Inspections Contract 2020
Extended Description

The contracting authority's Direct Labour Organization (DLO) are currently providing these services. The contracting authority now requires contractors to support the DLO in achieving the requirements of the 5-year fixed electrical inspection programme, by carrying out fixed electrical inspections, testing and remedial works in the areas where DLO are under resourced and current completions indicate targets over the 5 years will not be achieved. Smoke detectors which have already achieved or will achieve a 10-year life within the next 5 years must also be replaced. An inspection and test of the electrical installation in each property will be completed in accordance with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and all necessary repairs will be completed and any non-compliance issues will be made good. As a landlord the contracting authority operates within the context of regulatory legal frameworks which include management of health and Safety at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 and IET Wiring Regulations, BS7671, 2018.

Deadline Date2020-10-19
Publication Date2020-09-23
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusActive
TypeOpen procedure
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaLowest price
Value2432700.00
OrganisationNorthern Ireland Housing Executive
Attention OfChristopher Brown
Address2 Adelaide Street
TownBelfast
Postal CodeBT2 8BP
Class Code71314100
Class DescriptionElectrical services
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

Version of 2020-09-21

Electrical services

The contracting authority will require contractors to carry out fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and a programme of smoke alarm replacement/installations within the geographic locations identified herein. The works are currently being undertaken by the Contracting Authority's Direct Labor Organization (DLO), however, suitably experienced and qualified contractors are now required to support the DLO in achieving the requirements of the 5-year fixed electrical inspection programme. As a landlord the contracting authority operates within the context of regulatory legal frameworks which include Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 and IET Wiring Regulations, BS7671, 2018. A total of approximately 29 100 properties are expected to be completed by the successful contractors. The completion programme will be reviewed on a monthly basis. The successful Contractors may be required to complete at least 13 property's per day. An inspection and test of the electrical installation in each property will be completed in accordance with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and all necessary repairs will be completed and any non-compliance issues will be made good (by disconnecting any dangerous electrical fittings). Smoke detectors which have already achieved or will achieve a 10-year life within the next 5 years are expected be replaced. An Electrical Installation and Test certificate/report will be provided electronically and uploaded onto the contracting authority’s I.T. system. Where tenant installed or installations adjusted by the tenant are identified, the contractors will still inspect, test and make safe (if necessary) but complete and submit a report recommending any remedial repair work. It is anticipated the initial contract period will be for 3 years with the option to extend up to a further 2 years or part thereof. Economic operators may bid for a maximum of three lots and can win two lots. Details of the award sequence will be provided within the ITT. The price list is expected to be based on the NHFM3. The form of contract is expected to be NEC3 — term service short contract economic operators may need to provide their ISO 9001 certificate, Upper Tier Waste Carriers License and NICEIC certification for evaluation at the time of tender. Economic operators will need to provide details of two example contracts demonstrating experience off undertaking fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and smoke alarm installation/replacement in the 7 years before the tender submission deadline. These may be on-going but must have started at least 18 months before the tender submission deadline. Both examples must be in the context of multiple occupied, or unoccupied, domestic properties. Experience may need to demonstrate how you managed a programme work to meet the client's deadlines, had your performance managed and how you minimised disruption to the customer. This is not a definitive account of the selection criteria and is subject to change. The following Constructionline categories are likely to apply, but are subject to change: Testing of Electrical Installations Term Contracts, Testing of Electrical Installations, electrical services and internal electrical installations. Compensation events for Covid-19 related hardship will not be accepted. If you foresee any issues with the intended procurement process, selection criteria or requirement in general please email Christopher.Brown@nihe.gov.uk

Extended TitleFixed Electrical Inspections and Testing
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Services.

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This therefore means successful contractors will be required to interface with the contracting authority's I.T. system in order to receive task orders and to satisfy compliance requirements.

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Deadline DateNone Provided
Publication Date2020-09-21
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationNorthern Ireland Housing Executive
Attention OfChris Brown
Address2 Adelaide Street
TownBelfast
Postal CodeBT2 8BP
Class Code45311200
Class DescriptionElectrical fitting work
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

Version of 2020-08-25

Electrical wiring and fitting work

The contracting authority will require contractors to carry out fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and a programme of smoke alarm replacement/installations within the geographic locations identified herein. The works are currently being undertaken by the Contracting Authority's Direct Labor Organization (DLO), however, suitably experienced and qualified contractors are now required to support the DLO in achieving the requirements of the 5 year fixed electrical inspection programme. As a Landlord the contracting authority operates within the context of regulatory legal frameworks which include Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 and IET Wiring Regulations, BS7671, 2018. A total of approximately 29 100 properties are expected to be completed by the successful contractors. The completion programme will be reviewed on a monthly basis. The successful Contractors may be required to complete at least 13 property's per day. An inspection and test of the electrical installation in each property will be completed in accordance with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and all necessary repairs will be completed and any non-compliance issues will be made good (by disconnecting any dangerous electrical fittings). Smoke detectors which have already achieved or will achieve a 10-year life within the next 5 years are expected be replaced. An electrical installation and test certificate/report will be provided electronically and uploaded onto the contracting authority’s I.T. system. This therefore means successful Contractors will be required to interface with the contracting authority's I.T. system in order to receive task orders and to satisfy compliance requirements. Where tenant installed or installations adjusted by the tenant are identified, the contractors will still inspect, test and make safe (if necessary) but complete and submit a report recommending any remedial repair work. It is anticipated the initial contract period will be for 3 years with the option to extend up to a further 2 years or part thereof. Economic operators may bid for a maximum of three lots and can win 2 lots. Details of the award sequence will be provided within the ITT. The price list is expected to be based on the NHFM3. The form of contract is expected to be NEC3 — Term Service Short Contract Economic Operators may need to provide their ISO 9001 certificate, Upper Tier Waste Carriers License and NICEIC certification for evaluation at the time of tender. Economic operators will need to provide details of two example contracts demonstrating experience off undertaking fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and smoke alarm installation/replacement in the 7 years before the tender submission deadline. These may be on-going but must have started at least 18 months before the tender submission deadline. Both examples must be in the context of multiple occupied, or unoccupied, domestic properties. Experience may need to demonstrate how you managed a programme work to meet the client's deadlines, had your performance managed and how you minimized disruption to the customer. This is not a definitive account of the selection criteria and is subject to change. The following Constructionline Categories are likely to apply, but are subject to change: Testing of Electrical Installations Term Contracts, Testing of Electrical Installations, Electrical Services and Internal Electrical Installations. Compensation events for Covid-19 related hardship will not be accepted. If you foresee any issues with the intended procurement process, selection criteria or requirement in general please email Christopher.Brown@nihe.gov.uk

Extended TitleFixed Electrical Inspections and Testing
Changes
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II.2.2)
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New text:
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Deadline DateNone Provided
Publication Date2020-08-25
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationNorthern Ireland Housing Executive
Attention OfChris Brown
Address2 Adelaide Street
TownBelfast
Postal CodeBT2 8BP
Class Code45311200
Class DescriptionElectrical fitting work
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

Version of 2020-08-12

Electrical wiring and fitting work

The contracting authority will require contractors to carry out fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and a programme of smoke alarm replacement/installations within the geographic locations identified herein. The works are currently being undertaken by the contracting authority's direct labor organisation (DLO), however, suitably experienced and qualified contractors are now required to support the DLO in achieving the requirements of the 5-year fixed electrical inspection programme.

As a landlord the contracting authority operates within the context of regulatory legal frameworks which include Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 and IET Wiring Regulations, BS7671, 2018.

A total of approximately 29 100 properties are expected to be completed by the successful contractors. The completion programme will be reviewed on a monthly basis. The successful contractors may be required to complete at least 13 property's per day.

An inspection and test of the electrical installation in each property will be completed in accordance with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) and all necessary repairs will be completed and any non-compliance issues will be made good (by disconnecting any dangerous electrical fittings). Smoke detectors which have already achieved or will achieve a 10-year life within the next 5 years are expected be replaced.

An electrical installation and test certificate/report will be provided electronically and uploaded onto the contracting authority’s I.T. system. This therefore means successful contractors will be required to interface with the contracting authority's I.T. system in order to receive task orders and to satisfy compliance requirements.

Where tenant installed or installations adjusted by the tenant are identified, the contractors will still inspect, test and make safe (if necessary) but complete and submit a report recommending any remedial repair work.

It is anticipated the initial contract period will be for 3 years with the option to extend up to a further 2 years or part thereof.

Economic operators may bid for a maximum of three lots and can win two lots. Details of the award sequence will be provided within the ITT.

The price list is expected to be based on the NHFM3.

The form of contract is expected to be NEC3 — term service short contract.

Economic operators may need to provide their ISO 9001 certificate, upper tier waste carriers license and NICEIC certification for evaluation at the time of tender.

Economic operators will need to provide details of two example contracts demonstrating experience off undertaking fixed electrical inspections, testing, remedial works and smoke alarm installation/replacement in the 7 years before the tender submission deadline. These may be ongoing but must have started at least 18 months before the tender submission deadline. Both examples must be in the context of multiple occupied or unoccupied, domestic properties. Experience may need to demonstrate how you managed a programme work to meet the client's deadlines, had your performance managed and how you minimised disruption to the customer. This is not a definitive account of the selection criteria and is subject to change.

The following Constructionline categories are likely to apply, but are subject to change: testing of electrical installations term contracts, testing of electrical installations, electrical services and internal electrical installations.

Compensation events for Covid-19 related hardship will not be accepted.

If you foresee any issues with the intended procurement process, selection criteria or requirement in general please email Christopher.Brown@nihe.gov.uk

Extended TitleFixed Electrical Inspections and Testing
Extended Description

Basic overview of the process:

1) the contracting authority supplies contractor a list of addresses that are due a fixed electrical inspection/test and smoke/heat detector head replacement for the coming year;

2) the contractor submits to the contracting authority an inspection and testing programme detailing how they will deliver the overall programme within the annual timescales specified (usually post code order);

3) contractor issues standard letter to the tenant 14 days in advance a start date appointment (the letter will also specify the customer’s obligations as per their tenancy agreement to allow access to the property to carry out the inspection and testing);

4) contractor carry’s out a risk assessment, including social distancing, before attending, gains access successfully takes before photographs, undertakes inspection and testing if required replaces smoke and heat alarms does remedial work if applicable.

Records the manufacturer dates of all smoke and heat alarms, non-compliance issues, takes after photographs and uploads these details, non-compliance report and relevant certification on to the contracting authority's nominated database with 28 days of completion.

The contractor may be required to safely reposition, protect and move to the original position, tenant's furnishings to access areas required to undertake the requirements of the contract.

The work to these properties will include the following:

— smoke detector replacement,

— heat detector Replacement,

— inspections, testing and repairs of fixed electrical installation — electrical wiring and electrical components that are fixed to the building,

— any other work as detailed in the tender documents.

Fixed electrical inspection and testing — the inspection and testing will check the condition of the fixed electrical installation against the UK standard for the safety of electrical installations, BS7671 — requirements for electrical installations (IET Wiring Regulations).

The most common repairs /replacements are shown below:

— immersion booster switch

— imm. heater — reconnect and test

— disconnect shower and make good

— 45A p/cord switch

— cooker unit

— cooker connector

— 4" fan

— 6" fan

— overhaul/service fan

— renew low voltage fan and transformer

— 2 way c/unit

— 4 way c/unit

— 6 way c/unit

— 7-12 way c/unit

— 11-14 way c/unit

— 100 a isolator

— 16 mm single cable @ c/unit

— Rewire lighting cable up to 10 metres (1 way) — downstairs

— Rewire lighting cable up to 10 metres (2 way) — downstairs

— Rewire lighting cable up to 10 metres (1 way) — upstairs

— Rewire lighting cable up to 10 metres (2 way) — upstairs

— 100a Esco

— modify back board

— new meter tails

— rewire of one spur up to 10 metres (downstairs)

— rewire of one spur up to 10 metres (upstairs)

— rewire of 1 part of sockets downstairs up to 10 metres

— rewire of 1 part of sockets upstairs up to 10 metres

— reconnect light fitting

— ceiling rose

— bathroom sealed fitting

— reconnect light fitting

— integral RCD

— MCB any size

— fuse shield

— RCBO any size

— HRC fuse

— ISCO connector

— light switch any gang

— 5A pull cord switch

— pull cord String only

— single socket

— twin socket

— RCD socket

— 20A DP switch neon

— 13A fused spur neon

— reconnect socket/switch

— rewire 1 part of smoke alarm circuit up to 10 metres

— replace smoke detector

— replace heat detector

— cooker fault

— test installation

— cross-bond.

The scope of the requirement is subject to change and full details of the requirement will be set out in the tender documents.

Publication Date2020-08-12
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusFuture
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
Value7155000.00
OrganisationNorthern Ireland Housing Executive
Attention OfChris Brown
Address2 Adelaide Street
TownBelfast
Postal CodeBT2 8BP
Class Code45311000
Class DescriptionElectrical wiring and fitting work
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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