Construction work

Country: United Kingdom
Language: EN
Customer: Highways England
Number: 7151118
Publication date: 19-01-2018
Source: TED
Tags: Construction

Description

  1. Section I
    1. Name and addresses
      Highways England
      The Cube, 199 Wharfside Street
      Birmingham
      B1 1RN
      United Kingdom
      E-mail: dipprocurement@highwaysengland.co.uk
    2. Joint procurement
    3. Communication

      Additional information can be obtained from
    4. Type of the contracting authority:
    5. Main activity:
  2. Section II
    1. Scope of the procurement:
      1. Title:

        Delivery Integration Partners (DIP)


      2. Main CPV code:
        45000000
      3. Type of contract:
        Works
      4. Short description:

        To support delivery of the UK Road Investment Strategy (RIS1 & RIS2 https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/road-investment-strategy), DIPs will design and construct highway projects across England under NEC4 standard terms, with suitable amendments. The term will be from 2018 to 2024.

        The framework will be divided into 8 lots, with each lot having a specific value threshold for work packages and covering a defined geographical area. Lots 1 to 3 (Band A) are for work packages not exceeding GBP 100 000 000, Lots 4 to 8 (Band B) are for work packages exceeding GBP 100 000 00. Candidates who apply in lots 1 to 3, will not be permitted to also apply in lots 4 to 8.

        Successful DIPs will be guaranteed an initial package of work under each lot with subsequent contracts being allocated either on a direct award basis or under mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots. The procurement documents will provide more detail on how work will be allocated.


      5. Estimated total value:

      6. Information about lots:
    2. Description
  1. Additional information
  2. Date of dispatch of this notice
    2018-01-16
  3. Original notice reference
    2018/S 010-017461
  1. Information to be changed or added
    1. Text to be corrected in the original notice
      Section number: II.2.4)
      Place of text to be modified: II.2.4)
      Instead of:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value up to GBP 100 000 000. Lot 3 schemes will primarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest ofEngland in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with anapproximate total value of between GBP 36 000 000 and GBP 67 000 000. Each package will have a 1-2 individual named projects chemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed inpublished procurement documents.

      At the tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package.

      The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package.

      The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through the direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      Specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of the designated project.

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain toconstruct scheme, ensuring the scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes.

      The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between the HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders todeliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      prelim" design,

      specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions,

      development of collaboration arrangements,

      supply chain strategy,

      development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs,

      buildability and value Engineering reviews,

      risk management,

      development of H&S, environmental, and quality plans for executing works,

      construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works,

      principal contractor and principal designer under CDM duties,

      revision and agreement of final account,

      defects rectification and aftercare,

      hand over asset,

      strategic programme Office related services:

      planning & production strategy,

      regional procurement strategy & materials logistics plan,

      commercial management,

      digital platform transformation,

      skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap,

      performance management Office,

      health, safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a sustainable improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of the HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliersto enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category managementcontracts.


      Read:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value above GBP 100 000 000. Lot 4 schemes will primarily be in the South West region of England but the two successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 104 000 00 and GBP 255 000 000. Each package will have 1-2 individual named project schemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed in published procurement documents.

      At tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package. The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package. The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      specialist advice on planning and buildability

      and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of designated project. Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes. The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design;

      specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions;

      development of collaboration arrangements;

      supply chain strategy;

      development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs;

      buildability and value engineering reviews; risk management;

      development of H&S, Environmental and quality plans for executing works;

      construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works;

      principal contractor and principal Designer under CDM duties;

      Revision and agreement of final account;

      defects rectification and aftercare;

      hand over asset; strategic programme office related services:

      Planning & production strategy;

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan;

      commercial management; Digital platform transformation;

      skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap; performance management office;

      health, safety & welfare. Other duties as instructed by the project manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a sustainable improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Section number: II.2.4)
      Place of text to be modified: II.2.4)
      Instead of:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value up to GBP 100 000 000. Lot 3 schemes will primarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 36 000 00 and GBP 67 000 000. Each package will have a 1-2 individual named projectschemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed inpublished procurement documents.

      At the tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package.

      The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package.

      The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through the direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      responsible for the detailed design and construction of the designated project.

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain toconstruct scheme, ensuring the scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes.

      The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between the HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design,

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions,

      Development of collaboration arrangements,

      Supply Chain Strategy,

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs,

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews,

      Risk management,

      Development of H&S, Environmental, and Quality plans for executing works,

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works,

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties,

      Revision and agreement of final account,

      Defects rectification and aftercare,

      Hand over asset,

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy,

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan,

      Commercial management,

      Digital platform transformation,

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap,

      Performance Management Office,

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in theregions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner andthe DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of the HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Read:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value above GBP 100 000 00. Lot 5 schemes will primarily be in the Midlands region of England but the two successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 257 000 00 and GBP 341 000 000. Each package will have 1-3 individual named project schemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed in published procurement documents.

      At tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package. The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package. The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      specialist advice on planning and buildability and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of designated project. Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes. The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design;

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions;

      Development of collaboration arrangements;

      Supply Chain Strategy;

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs;

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews;

      Risk management;

      Development of H&S, Environmental and Quality plans for executing works;

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works;

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties;

      Revision and agreement of final account;

      Defects rectification and aftercare;

      Hand over asset.

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy;

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan;

      Commercial management;

      Digital platform transformation;

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap;

      Performance Management Office;

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Section number: II.2.4)
      Place of text to be modified: II.2.4)
      Instead of:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value up to GBP 100 000 000. Lot 3 schemes willprimarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 36 000 000 and GBP 67 000 000. Each package will have a 1-2 individual named projects chemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed inpublished procurement documents.

      At the tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package.

      The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package.

      The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through the direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      Specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of the designated project.

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring the scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes.

      The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between the HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders todeliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design,

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions,

      Development of collaboration arrangements,

      Supply Chain Strategy,

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs,

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews,

      Risk management,

      Development of H&S, Environmental, and Quality plans for executing works,

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works,

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties,

      Revision and agreement of final account,

      Defects rectification and aftercare,

      Hand over asset,

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy,

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan,

      Commercial management,

      Digital platform transformation,

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap,

      Performance Management Office,

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, commonregional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of the HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Read:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value above GBP 100 000 000. Lot 6 schemes will primarily be in the South East region of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 226 000 000 and GBP 266 000 000. Each package will have 1-3 individual named project schemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed in published procurement documents.

      At tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package. The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package. The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2: specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7: Responsible for the detailed design and construction of designated project. Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes. The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design;

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions;

      Development of collaboration arrangements;

      Supply Chain Strategy;

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs;

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews;

      Risk management;

      Development of H&S, Environmental and Quality plans for executing works;

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works;

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties;

      Revision and agreement of final account;

      Defects rectification and aftercare;

      Hand over asset.

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy;

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan;

      Commercial management; Digital platform transformation;

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap; Performance Management Office;

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Section number: II.2.4)
      Place of text to be modified: II.2.4)
      Instead of:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value up to GBP 100 000 000. Lot 3 schemes will primarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest ofEngland in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 36 000 000 and GBP 67 000 000. Each package will have a 1-2 individual named projects chemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed inpublished procurement documents.

      At the tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package.

      The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package.

      The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemeswill be issued through the direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      Specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of the designated project.

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain toconstruct scheme, ensuring the scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes.

      The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between the HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design,

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions,

      Development of collaboration arrangements,

      Supply Chain Strategy,

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs,

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews,

      Risk management,

      Development of H&S, Environmental, and Quality plans for executing works,

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works,

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties,

      Revision and agreement of final account,

      Defects rectification and aftercare,

      Hand over asset,

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy,

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan,

      Commercial management,

      Digital platform transformation,

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap,

      Performance Management Office,

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovationand to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, commonregional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in theregions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner andthe DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of the HE"s category management frameworks, and any futurecategory management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Read:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value above GBP 100 000 000. Lot 7 schemes will primarily be in the East region of England but the 3 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 3 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 285 000 000 and GBP 581 000 000. Each package will have 2-5 individual named project schemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed in published procurement documents.

      At tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package. The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package. The supplier with the next and subsequent highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining packages.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      specialist advice on planning and buildability

      and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of designated project:

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes. The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design;

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions;

      Development of collaboration arrangements;

      Supply Chain Strategy;

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs;

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews;

      Risk management;

      Development of H&S, Environmental and Quality plans for executing works;

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works;

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties;

      Revision and agreement of final account;

      Defects rectification and aftercare.

      Hand over asset; Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy;

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan;

      Commercial management; Digital platform transformation;

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap;

      Performance Management Office;

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Section number: II.2.4)
      Place of text to be modified: II.2.4)
      Instead of:

      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value up to GBP 100 000 000. Lot 3 schemes willprimarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the 2 successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 2 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with anapproximate total value of between GBP 36 000 000 and GBP 67 000 000. Each package will have a 1-2 individual named projects chemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed inpublished procurement documents.

      At the tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package.

      The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package.

      The supplier with the next highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining package.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through the direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      Specialist advice on planning and buildability; and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7:

      Responsible for the detailed design and construction of the designated project.

      Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain toconstruct scheme, ensuring the scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes.

      The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between the HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders todeliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design,

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions,

      Development of collaboration arrangements,

      Supply Chain Strategy,

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs,

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews,

      Risk management,

      Development of H&S, Environmental, and Quality plans for executing works,

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works,

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties,

      Revision and agreement of final account,

      Defects rectification and aftercare,

      Hand over asset,

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy,

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan,

      Commercial management,

      Digital platform transformation,

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap,

      Performance Management Office,

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner andthe DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of the HE"s category management frameworks, and any futurecategory management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliersto enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category managementcontracts.


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      Provision of DIP services for packages of work with an estimated value above GBP 100 000 000. Lot 8 schemes will primarily be in the Yorkshire and the Humber, North East or North West regions of England but the three successful tenderers may also have opportunities to win additional work packages or standalone schemes in the rest of England in the circumstances specified in the procurement documents.

      There will be 3 tenderers appointed to this lot.

      Following appointment to the framework, each successful tenderer will be awarded a package of work, with an approximate total value of between GBP 170 000 000 and GBP 443 000 000. Each package will have 1-3 individual named project schemes, to be delivered during the framework term. Further details on each package will be confirmed in published procurement documents.

      At tender stage, applicants for the lot will be asked for their preference of work package. The supplier with the highest assessed score appointed to the lot will be given their preferred package. The suppliers with the next and subsequent highest score appointed to the lot will be given the remaining packages.

      In addition to the initial package awarded following the tender stage, further packages and standalone schemes will be issued through direct award or tendered as a mini-competition which may include the suppliers appointed to all lots, as described in the procurement documents. In respect of contract values then applicants will have the ability to win work of value from other lots as well as their own.

      DIPs will undertake the following:

      Support PCF Stage 2:

      specialist advice on planning and buildability

      and where instructed Investigative and intrusive surveys.

      Accountable for PCF stages 3-7: Responsible for the detailed design and construction of designated project. Managing their designers to produce optimum solutions, in-house resource & specialist supply chain to construct scheme, ensuring scheme is delivered to time, cost and performance outcomes. The DIP will act as the Regional integrator between HE, TAP, DIP supply chain and key stakeholders to deliver an integrated solution. With specialisms including but not limited to:

      Prelim" design;

      Specialist advice on the whole-life-costing and future maintenance/inspection requirements and provisions;

      Development of collaboration arrangements;

      Supply Chain Strategy;

      Development of progress approvals & planning consents & DCOs;

      Buildability and Value Engineering reviews;

      Risk management; Development of H&S, Environmental and Quality plans for executing works;

      Construction and commissioning of enabling and construction works;

      Principal Contractor and Principal Designer under CDM duties;

      Revision and agreement of final account; Defects rectification and aftercare;

      Hand over asset.

      Strategic Programme Office related services:

      Planning & production strategy;

      Regional Procurement strategy & materials logistics plan;

      Commercial management;

      Digital platform transformation;

      Skills & capability strategy to minimise regional skills gap;

      Performance Management Office;

      Health, Safety & Welfare. Other duties as instructed by the Project Manager.

      The DIP will be expected to contribute to national and regional Centres of Excellence to help drive innovation and to establish a Sustainable Improvement Hub to develop and deliver a procurement pipeline, common regional supply chain, promote procurement execution and facilitate supplier relationship management in the regions in which they operate. The DIPs will contribute to the development of HE"s role as Network Owner and the DIP contracts may evolve over their life to reflect this developing maturity.

      It is mandated that the DIPs will make use of HE"s category management frameworks, and any future category management arrangements, to whom they will subcontract elements of work. HE may require suppliers to enter into an appropriate confidentiality agreement in relation to the operation of the category management contracts.


      Section number: IV.2.2)
      Place of text to be modified: IV.2.2)
    2. Other additional information

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