Contracts and Tenders

Supply & Intsall Passenger Lift, Tavistock Town Hall

Tavistock Town Council is seeking quotes for the supply and installation of a new passenger lift in Tavistock Town Hall, Bedford Square, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0AE.

The quote should include the cost of removal and disposal the exisiting lift and all associated redundant plant and equipment.

You should provide evidence of insurance together with a copy of your Health & Safety policy, risk assessment and method statement.

The installation should comply with all relevant regulation (EN81-20/50 EN81.70).  The lift type is hydraulic with motor room.  The load is 630kg or 8 persons.

The quote should include commissioning of the passenger lift on completion of the installation.  Training should be provided to Town Council staff on use of the lift and emergency procedure.  Please also include in your quote a full parts and labour warranty for 12-months from date of commissioning and 4 service visits during the first 12-month period (to be reviewed thereafter).  The supplier/contractor is liable for all necessary modifications to the lift shaft and/or building.

The deadline for receipt of quotes (email is not acceptable) is 4pm 24 January 2020

Please submit your quote either in writing in a sealed envelope marked ‘CONFIDENTIAL – PASSENGER LIFT QUOTE’ to:  The Proper Officer, Tavistock Town Council, Town Council Offices, Drake Road, Tavistock, PL19 0AU

The contract will be awarded on the best of best value and not necessarily the lowest price. For further information or to arrange a site visit please contact Jacqui Orange, Community & Compliance Officer on 01822 616134 or email jacqui.orange@tavistock.gov.uk.  Please note the Town Council Offices will be closed from Tuesday 24 December, re-opening on Monday 30 December 2019.  Please note - prospective contractors are prohibited from contacting staff or councillors to canvass or encourage support for their tender outside of the prescribed process.

 

 

 

External Repair & Recdecoration to Unit 26 Pannier Market (Soft Touch Needlecrafts)

Tavistock Town Council is seeking quotes from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to undertake external repair and redecoration to Unit 26 Pannier Market, Tavistock (Soft Touch Needlecrafts).  The work comprises the following:

  • Repair and/or replacement of wooden window sills and window frames on the two front windows (facing the Pannier Market building)
  • Repair to the existing wooden door frame (main entrance)
  • Repairing and/or replacing side door and frame and approx. 5m timber fascia along west elevation of building.

 All repaired and/or replacement joinery must be redecorated.  All windows should be painted open (where possible) and fixtures and fittings removed and re-fixed when necessary.  At least one window in each frame must be left free and easy opening on completion.  All opening edges must be painted.  All paint must be applied in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines. 

 You should provide evidence of insurance together with a copy of your Health & Safety policy, risk assessment and method statement.

 Site access and parking to be arranged with Tavistock Town Council and Soft Touch Needlecrafts. 

 Soft Touch Needlecrafts will remain open for the duration of the works.  The contractor should therefore make due allowance for temporary protection (e.g. safety screens) and minimise disruption.

 The work should be complete by end of February 2020.

 The deadline for receipt of quotes (email is not acceptable) is 12 noon Thursday 19 December 2019

 Please submit your quote either in writing in a sealed envelope marked ‘CONFIDENTIAL – UNIT 26 PANNIER MARKET QUOTE’ to:  The Proper Officer, Tavistock Town Council, Town Council Offices, Drake Road, Tavistock, PL19 0AU

 The contract will be awarded on the best of best value and not necessarily the lowest price. 

 For further information please contact Jacqui Orange on 01822 616134 or email jacqui.orange@tavistock.gov.uk

 Please note prospective contractors are prohibited from contacting staff or councillors to canvass or encourage support for their tender outside of the prescribed process.