Contract notice – utilities
Section I: Contracting entity
Section II: Object
Complex MEICA Framework
YWS manage the collection treatment and distribution of approx. 1.2billion litres of drinking water to over 5 million people in Yorkshire each day, at the same collecting, treating and disposing safely back into the environment approx 1 billion litres of waste water.
Yorkshire Water Services estate
The framework aims to cover:
— Mechanical Electrical Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) construction and refurbishment works associated with above or below ground assets typically within a Yorkshire Water (YW) operational treatment site, collection or distribution asset including process treatment and water retaining structures, as one off projects.
— Related civil construction works may also be included but this will not be the primary scope.
The scope of services shall include:
1) Full compliance with the duties of the Principal Contractor, as defined by the CDM Regulations;
2) Full compliance with the duties of Principal Designer, as defined by the CDM Regulations where appropriate;
3) Outline and detailed design of MEICA project works;
4) Process and MEICA design (HAZOP, HAZID, HAZCON etc.);
5) Adoption of outline / detailed designs prepared by others;
6) Temporary works;
7) Preparatory works and site establishment facilities;
8) Provision of plant and equipment, materials, labour, supervision;
9) Supplier / sub-contractor management;
10) Project construction and commissioning;
11) Specialist services associated with project works;
12) Creation / modification of CAD drawings;
13) Asset data collection, management and submission.
Scope of Activity (examples but not limited to):
— Site investigation including surveys,
— Mechanical plant and equipment associated with water and wastewater treatment assets,
— Electrical plant and equipment associated with water and wastewater treatment assets,
— ICA plant and equipment associated with water and wastewater treatment assets,
— Related civil works.
The scope of services may include:
1) Building Information Management to PAS1192 and YW specific requirements;
2) Compliance with Street works regulations & standards where applicable and if applicable, traffic management.
Initial term is 60 months.
YWS reserves the option of an extension of 36 months, dependent on satisfactory contract performance of the appointed provider.
Further details will be provided in the procurement documents.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The Contracting Authority reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with the award of any contract at any stage of the procurement process and/or to award only part or parts of any contract. Save for any mandatory periods the timescales in this notice are purely indicative and the Contracting Authority reserves the right to amend the same.