The works will consist of the design and build of a new off line pumping station (Mill Fleam Pumping Station) and associated works; including flow control structures, flood defence walls, control panel, standby generator, housing building, M&E work at the Mill Fleam site. The work includes the provision of landscaping and environmental works required at this location.

Extended TitleTD1650 — MUNIO Design and Build of a New Off Line Pumping Station (Mill Fleam Pumping Station) and Associated Works
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Project MUNIO is a Derby City Council flood management project that will promote climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management through the delivery of works that will contribute towards the creation of the blue and green conveyance corridor at key areas of the Lower Derwent corridor, through the center of Derby City.

Project MUNIO is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and has already delivered a series of measures in Derby.

The project forms a key element of the overall Our City Our River (OCOR) Masterplan project and will provide the City of Derby with more resilient flood alleviation measures to help cope with more extreme and intense flooding events brought about by climate change.

The works will consist of the design and build of a new off line pumping station (Mill Fleam Pumping Station) and associated works; including flow control structures, flood defence walls, control panel, standby generator, housing building, M&E work at the Mill Fleam site. The work includes the provision of landscaping and environmental works required at this location.

The form of contract to be used for this project shall be Option A of the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).

The contract period is 1 year and 2 months, the contract is estimated to commence 6 September 2021 and complete by 31 October 2022

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Project MUNIO is a Derby City Council flood management project that will promote climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management through the delivery of works that will contribute towards the creation of the blue and green conveyance corridor at key areas of the Lower Derwent corridor, through the center of Derby City.

Project MUNIO is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and has already delivered a series of measures in Derby.

The project forms a key element of the overall Our City Our River (OCOR) Masterplan project and will provide the City of Derby with more resilient flood alleviation measures to help cope with more extreme and intense flooding events brought about by climate change.

The works will consist of the design and build of a new off line pumping station (Mill Fleam Pumping Station) and associated works; including flow control structures, flood defence walls, control panel, standby generator, housing building, M&E work at the Mill Fleam site. The work includes the provision of landscaping and environmental works required at this location.

The form of contract to be used for this project shall be Option A of the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).

The contract period is 1 year and 2 months, the contract is estimated to commence 4 October 2021 and complete by 25 November 2022

Deadline Date2021-08-06
Publication Date2021-06-16
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeOpen procedure
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
OrganisationDerby City Council
Attention OfMrs Manjit Sahota
AddressCouncil House, Corporation Street
TownDerby
Postal CodeDE1 2FS
Phone+44 1332640768
Class Code45000000
Class DescriptionConstruction work
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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