Repairs & Maintenance opportunity in Leeds

Connect Housing seeking contractors of all sizes

Connect Housing are now seeking experienced and qualified contractors interested in delivering Repairs and Maintenance works in West Yorkshire.  Acting on behalf of Connect Housing, social housing procurement specialists EN:Procure have issued an OJEU notice for the contract.

The procurement opportunity, which offers a real prospect for companies of all sizes to win social housing repairs work in their own neighbourhoods, is split into the following 6 lots:

Lot 1 – General Building Works­ Repairs – including excavation, brick and masonry walling repairs and alterations, chimney stacks repairs/rebuilding, render repairs, joinery/ fitting repairs & replacements, floor repairs, paths and paving repairs and alterations, gates/fencing repairs, tiling, painting, drainage renewal and installations and any other sundry/miscellaneous repairs items.

Lot 2 – Roofing and Roofline Works – including chimney repairs, lead work repairs, roof pointing repairs, roof inspections, roof insulation, tile / slate repairs, felt roof repairs, single ply roof membranes,  decking repairs, sheet metal roofing and non-asbestos cement roofing renewals. Also including timber fascia and soffits, upvc fascia and soffits, upvc gutters and fall pipes, seamless aluminium gutters.

Lot 3 – Electrical Works – including fittings, renewal of circuits, ancillary equipment, condition testing, portable appliance testing, simple heating and ventilation and lighting.

Lot 4 – Damp and Timber Treatment Works – including damp and timber treatments and associated remedial/reinstatement repairs.

Lot 5 – Drainage Works – including unblocking, excavation, drainage renewal and installations.

Lot 6 – Void Cleaning Works ­ – including cleaning of empty dwellings, isolated deep cleans, graffiti removal, carpet cleaning.

Connect Housing Association is a community benefit society providing over 3,000 social housing properties grouped and pepper potted across the whole of West Yorkshire for a variety of different types of households, which will be predominately occupied during the works.

The single stage open procedure tender process is being hosted on the Tender Management System.  Further details and all documents for this opportunity can be obtained from:

MCEN_001 Connect Housing Repairs and Maintenance Contracts

A Meet the Buyer event will be hosted by Connect Housing at 1pm on the 20th June at their Dewsbury office to give prospective bidders an opportunity to meet the Connect Housing and EN:Procure teams, learn more about the opportunity and how best they can meet the tender critieria. Please register your attendance via the link below:

Connect Housing - MCEN_001 Repairs and Maintenance Contracts - Meet the Buyer Registration

The closing date for submitting tenders is 12 noon 5th June 2018.

Please register your interest as soon as possible to ensure you have time to review the documents and submit.

EN:Procure Head of Operations Carl Bairstow commented, “I very much hope that contractors of all sizes will embrace the opportunity to win a place as we have done all that we can to streamline the procurement process whilst maintaining the high standards we expect from contractors, in order to provide the best outcome possible for Connect Housing and their customers.”

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