MFF77 2019-20 Cut Gate and North America works - UPDATE!
Following feedback on the tender, we have attached a revised version of the itemised costs.
The revised itemised costs alters the pricing structure for the Airlifting of materials. We are now asking for a fixed price for the airlifting of the materials, rather than hour rates. (the attached tender has also been updated)
This change should ensure that we can undertake a fairer comparison of all tender returns.
Please could you return the revised itemised costs with your tender return documents (as detailed below), by the tender return date.
The objective of this Contract is to undertake repair work on two bridleways in the Peak District National Park. The Work will involve consultation, design, production of works specification, supply and airlifting of materials, and implementation of upland pathwork techniques.
Please note that the permissions and consents required for these works are not currently in place. These works therefore are being tendered as a unconfirmed requirement.
Tender submissions must be returned no later than 17:00 on 26/02/2019
Returns can be via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or post (use attached label) but please ensure any emails are under 10mb as our system will reject them if they are larger.
Please take specific note of the tender submission and evaluation information, which is detailed within the tender.
Tenderers must return the items listed below:
- Section 1 part d – Itemised costs
- Appendix 3 – Form of Tender
- Appendix 4 – Tender questionnaire
- Appendix 5 – non-collusive certificate
In addition to the items listed above, the Tenderer should submit a covering letter and supporting information with their tender return.
The covering letter and supporting information should provide a detailed account of the tenderer’s previous work experience of undertaking upland path works. Case studies and photographs of the tenderer’s previously completed works should be included. Examples of high quality work undertaken within National Parks and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) will score highly in the evaluation. References should also be included that the Authority can approach regarding the tenderer’s previous work. The covering letter and supporting information will form part of the Authorities Tender evaluation.
Tender information is provided in the link below:
Tender return label
Revised itemised costs
MFF72 2018-19 Aerial Application of Lime, Seed and Fertiliser
1. The objectives of this Contract are:
a. the application by Helicopter of all Lime, Seed and Fertiliser (the Materials) to areas of moorland in the Peak District National Park and South Pennines SAC within the prescribed time and at the prescribed rates listed in this Invitation to Tender.
b. to store and deliver to the Lift Site(s) all Materials
c. to procure all Lime and Fertiliser required for the Works.
Tender Document, Itemised Costs, Appendix - 2, 3, 4, Tender Return Label Any tender submissions must be returned no later than 2pm on Wednesday 30 January 2019. Please note that all tender submissions must be returned by email.
Should you have any questions relating to the tender, please get in touch with Dewi Jackson at email@example.com or on 01629 816582.
MFF74 2018-19 Noe Stool Stone Airlift
This tender is to procure helicopter services to airlift 120 tonnes of stone onto Kinder for the purpose of gully blocking.
Please find below links to the tender documentation;
For any queries regarding this tender please contact Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org