New Tender - Soft facilities management

Contract could run to a decade.

LondonWaste in Edmonton, north London, is seeking a contractor to provide soft facilities management services over five years, starting 1 July 2015.

The tender is in ten lots: office cleaning, window cleaning, pest control, landscaping, internal plants, site security, protest security, weighbridge operations, portable fire equipment/systems and CCTV maintenance.

The authority's expectation is that one contractor, or a collaboration between contractors, will be engaged for all 10 lots.

It is asking bidders to indicate in the pre-qualification questionnaire whether their organisation is tendering to provide all the services required, tendering in the role of leading contractor, proposing a joint venture agreement, or any other proposal.

The contract may be extended for an additional five years.

The value of the contract is estimated to be around £7 -£8 million over the maximum possible term of 10 years.

The North London Waste Authority, sole shareholder in LondonWaste, will also start building a new state-of-the-art energy recovery facility around 2022 with completion due by 2025. Despite being at the end of the contract term LondonWaste wants to make potential bidders aware of the NLWAs plans.

Complete the PQQ via Delta e-sourcing on GO Reference: GO-2015217-PRO-6374342 by 5pm on 20 March.

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