United Kingdom-Pontypridd: Strip out, supply & installation of thermal lagging

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Tile United Kingdom-Pontypridd: Strip out, supply & installation of thermal lagging
Wales (Non OJEU) WW/JAN323460
Type Invitation to tender
Date Published 2020-01-27
Deadline 2020-02-14 00:00:00
Nature Of Contract Public works contract
Awarding Authority University of South Wales
Awarding Criteria
Procedure

Description :
CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

Notice Type: WORKS

1 Authority Details

1.1 Authority Name and Address

Official Name: University of South Wales
Postal Address: Procurement, Procurement Officer, University of South Wales, Finance Dept, Llantwit Road,
Town: Pontypridd
Postal Code: CF37 1DL
Country: UK
For the attention of: Tina Struebig
Telephone: +44 1443482383
E-Mail: procurement@southwales.ac.uk
Fax: +44 1443482384
Internet Address (URL):
Electronic submission of tenders and requests to participate: www.sell2wales.gov.wales

1.2 Address from which further information may be obtained:
Address from which documentation may be obtained

As in 1.1

1.3 Completed documents must be returned to:
Completed documents must be returned to:

As in 1.1

2 Contract Details

2.1 Title

Strip out, supply & installation of thermal lagging

2.2 Description of the goods or services required

The service will comprise of:- the strip out, supply and installation, repair and make good of internal and external thermal lagging to the standard BS5422 as set out within the tender specification documentation below. The contractor must also price for access equipment as necessary to carry out the works.

The successful contractor will be required to supply all materials and labour for the strip out, installation, repair and make good of internal and external thermal lagging to the standard BS5422 as outlined in the tender specification documentation below. The contractor must also price for access equipment as necessary to carry out the works. It is expected that the contractor patches up damaged and loose insulation as the insulation is renewed/installed within our buildings.

It is recommended that the contractor uses the relevant thermal imaging photographs.

Skips will be provided by the University for the disposal of any materials associated with the works. Contractors are expected to segregate waste in line with the University’s waste procedures.

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=99297.

The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx.

Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

2.3 Notice Coding and Classification:
Code Description
45000000 Construction work
45300000 Building installation work
45320000 Insulation work
45321000 Thermal insulation work

Code Location
1015 Central Valleys (Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf)
1021 Monmouthshire and Newport
1022 Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan

2.4 Total quantity or scope of tender

Schedule of Thermal Lagging Specifications


Treforest Campus



1. Johnstown Building


J Block internal plant room


• To supply and fit approximately 27No insulated valve covers.


J3 4th Floor plant area


• To patch up damaged and loose duct insulation and approximately 1m of pipe insulation internally.

• To strip and replace approximately 20m Armaflex Insulation to the external air con unit.

• To supply and fit approximately 29No valve covers.



2. Hirwaun Building


H Block AHU plant area ( Aluminium cladding )


• To strip and re insulate approximately 13m of old cloth insulation and re-insulate using foil back rigid mineral wool pipe section covered with stucco aluminium covering to match newer existing.

• To repair / replace several aluminium clad elbows.

• To supply and fit approximately 27No insulated valve covers.



3. Library


Rear of Library AHU ( External )


• To strip and replace approximately 17m of insulation and re-cover with PIB weatherproof covering.

• To supply and fit approximately 3No insulated valve covers.


Library AHU Internal ( Middle Plant Room )


• To carry out repairs to the ductwork insulation, strip and re-insulate the old cloth insulation, and supply and fit approximately 27No insulated valve covers and refit the existing covers.


Library AHU Internal – ( Lower Plant Room )


• Supply and fit approximately 2No valve covers.

• Refit existing valve covers.

• Re-tape loose duct slab.




Library Internal Mezzanine


• Supply and fit approximately 19No valve covers.



4. Meeting House


• To supply and fit approximately 2m pipe insulation and approximately 1No valve cover.



5. Stilts Refectory


• To strip and replace approximately 53m of inadequate insulation from the water heaters and missing insulation on the cold water mains.

• To supply and fit approximately 93No valve jackets to valves that are physically accessible.



6. Brecon Building


Roof Plant Room


• To replace approximately 1m insulation and Isogenopak.

• To supply and fit approximately 39No valve covers.

• To strip approximately 3 x Isogenopak elbows / re-lag with new Isogenopak finish.


Brecon lower & mezzanine level


• To supply & fit approximately 9No valve covers.



7. Ty Crawshay


• To supply & fit approximately 61No valve covers and approximately 8m of pipe insulation.



8. Glynneath Building


External to boiler house


• To Insulate and weatherproof approximately 16m of pipework using approximately 40mm Rockwool pipe insulation, and cover with PIB for weatherproofing.


Boiler House


• To supply & fit approximately 28No valve covers and approximately 2m pipe insulation.




9. Sports Centre


• To supply & fit approximately 41No valve covers and replace approximately 18m of pipe insulation.



10. Conference Centre


• To supply and fit approximately 11No valve covers.



11. Student Union


Roof AHU area


Air con pipework:

• To remove the existing perished insulation and replace using self-sealed Armaflex/Kaiflex insulation.

• To supply & fit approximately 254m of various size insulation.


Ducting PIB repair:

• To carry out remedial works / Repairs to the PIB weatherproofing on the ductwork to stop further deterioration and prevent water ingress by applying new PIB sheeting to numerous areas.


Pipe work & PIB:

• To strip approximately 105m of old perished insulation and PIB and replace with new.

• To supply & fit approximately 48No insulated valve covers.


Plant Room


• To install sections of insulation between flanges and valve covers and refit poorly fitted valve covers to prevent heat loss between flanges and valve covers.

• To supply & fit approximately 7No additional valve covers to areas not covered in the above point.



12. Wenvoe Building


• To supply & fit approximately 78m of Armaflex self-seal insulation to uninsulated domestic services in the rear of toilets/shower area.



13. Water Tank Pump House


• To insulate approximately 16m of large plastic mains pipework and copper header using BS5422 thickness foil back rigid mineral wool insulation and approximately 21No insulated valve covers.





14. Hub Building - Accommodation


• To supply and fit approximately 24No valve covers.



15. Caerphilly – Mountain Halls - Accommodation – ( 1 of 5 )


• To supply & fit approximately 30No valve covers including dirt separator.

• To strip and re-lag approximately 12m of insulation.


Please note, there are an additional 4 Mountain Halls buildings that are likely to require the same work to be completed.



Glyntaff Upper & Lower Campus



1. Tramsheds Building


• To insulate and Isogenopak approximately 8m pipework.

• To supply and fit approximately 32No valve covers.



2. Elaine Morgan Building


• To insulate cold water mains pipework and replace approximately 18m of perished/ damaged insulation.

• To supply and fit approximately 60No valve covers.



3. Aneurin Bevan Building


Lower Plant Room (old)


• To renew approximately 7m pipe insulation with foil and Isogenopak finish.

• To supply and fit approximately 15No valve covers.


Top Plant Room


• To supply and fit approximately 28No valve covers.


Lower Plant Room (new)


• To insulate approximately 3m pipework to include incoming alkathene pipe

• To supply and fit approximately 5No valve jackets.



4. Alfred Russel Building


AW001 ( SERC )


• To insulate approximately 18m of pipework in the water heater room.

• To insulate approximately 56m of pipework in the boiler room.

• To supply and fit approximately 22No valve covers.

• To remove and replace the Isogenopak with foil finish insulation.


Lower plant room


• To insulate approximately 14m pipe insulation.

• To supply and fit approximately 7No valve covers.


Pencil plant room


• To insulate approximately 9m of pipework.

• Supply and fit approximately 48No valve covers.



Sport Parc



1. Pavilion Building


• To strip and replace approximately 100m of insulation.

• To supply and fit approximately 26No insulated valve covers.

• To supply and fit approximately 7No insulated valve jackets around new boiler installation.



2. Sports Park 1 Building


External Ground Floor Plant Room


• To supply and fit approximately 17No insulated valve covers.

• To supply and fit approximately 8m of pipe insulation and Ductwrap to a small amount of low level alkathene pipe and fittings.


Internal Plant room – 1st Floor


• To supply and fit approximately 28No insulated valve covers to uninsulated valves.

• To replace incorrect and badly fitted valve jackets to approximately 26No valves using correctly measured and manufactured jackets.



City Campus



Plant Area ( Rear of Post Office )


• To supply and fit approximately 33No insulated valve covers

• To insulate approximately 8m of pipe insulation.


A13 Plant Room


• To strip and replace approximately 7m of pipework insulation and Isogenopak.

• To supply & fit approximately 38No insulated valve covers.


B17 Kitchen Plant Room


• To strip and reinsulate approximately 34m of pipework insulation and Isogenopak finish applied.

• To supply & fit approximately 10No insulated valve covers.



Cardiff Campus



C Block Plant Room


• To supply & fit approximately 36No insulated valve covers.


B Block Internal Plant Room


• To supply and fit approximately 4m of pipe insulation to a number of joints, Tees and other hidden areas. This would require the removal and replacement of the existing valve covers.

• To supply and fit approximately 36 insulated valve covers.


B Block External Pipework/PIB


• Strip and replace insulation and PIB to 2 pipes – 18m

• Strip and replace Insulation and PIB to 2 adjacent pipes -15m

• Apply 2m insulation to bare pipework above low level AHU, and supply and fit 2No insulated valve covers.


A Block Stairwell to lift motor room


• To strip and replace approximately 10m of insulation on the heating pipework.


A Block Roof Pipework


• To strip and replace approximately 17m of large pipework insulation and replace with thicker, more effective insulation and PIB finish.

• To supply and fit 4 large insulated valve jackets


A Block Roof Plant Room


• To supply and fit approximately 33No insulated valve covers and insulate fully a cold water pipe running through the plant area.

• Refit a number of poorly fitted valve covers.


A Block Rear Stairwell


• To Insulate approximately 46m of heating pipework over 5 floors using 48 x 15mm Phenolic pipe section, with Isogenopak finish on approximately 2m to protect against potential damage.




D Block Plant Room


• To supply and fit approximately 9No silver insulated valve covers above new water heater.

3 Conditions for Participation

3.1 Minimum standards and qualification required

Interested parties must be able to:

Fulfil the requirements of the project in full to standard BS5422 by providing suitably qualified personnel to undertake the work in line with the Schedule of rates.

Meet the target completion date of 16 weeks from the commencement of contract.

Hold a relevant level of insurance.

Undertake a site visit.

Fully price up the tender as stipulated in the Schedule of works and the Tender Return

4 Administrative Information

4.1 Type of Procedure

Single stage - Any candidate may submit a tender.

4.2 Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

1644

4.3 Time Limits
Time-limit for receipt of completed tenders
14-02-2020 Time 12:00

Estimated award date
21-02-2020

4.5 Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up
EN

4.6 Tender Submission Postbox
The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx

5 Other Information

5.1 Additional Information

Your tender submission must be uploaded to the Sell2Wales portal Postbox.

Your submission must be received by the closing time and date of midday, Friday 14th February 2020.

You should allow adequate time for the loading of your documents so as to ensure receipt as the postbox will electronically close at the deadline time and no further submissions will be accepted.

All queries in relation to the tender should be conducted via the Q&A function attached to this notice.

Site visits can be arranged by contacting Alice Milanese, Energy & Sustainability Manager on 01443 482325 or at alice.milanese@southwales.ac.uk

(WA Ref:99297)

Under the terms of this contract the successful supplier(s) will be required to deliver Community Benefits in support of the authority’s economic and social objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. The Community Benefits included in this contract are:

Community Benefits in the procurement context are about ensuring that wider social, economic and

environmental issues are taken into account when tendering contracts, to maximise the investment as widely as

possible. The University is committed to delivering Community Benefits through its sourcing activity.

Community Benefits are a non-Core requirement and will not be evaluated as part of the Tender.

Upon award the successful Bidder(s) will be expected to work with the University to maximise the Community

Benefits delivered through this contract. This will include, but is not limited to:

Successful Bidder(s) will be encouraged to secure other positive outcomes that would benefit the University and

the community they operate within for example:

• Sponsoring student projects or competitions

• Student placements / internships

• Scholarships

• Guest Speaker slots / lectures

When submitting your tender you will need to submit a plan separate to the tender proposal detailing how you

would anticipate delivering any benefits through this contract.

5.2 Additional Documentation

Thermal Lagging Tender_

Treforest

Atrium and Newport

Glyntaff and Sports Park

Tender - Standard Conditions of Contract (2) (2)

Acceptance of tender

Conditions of Tender

Thermal Lagging Tender_

Treforest

Atrium and Newport

Glyntaff and Sports Park

Tender - Standard Conditions of Contract (2) (2)

Acceptance of tender

Conditions of Tender

5.3 Publication date of this notice
27-01-2020

CPV Codes
Code;45000000;45300000;45320000;45321000 Description;Construction work;Building installation work;Insulation work;Thermal insulation work

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