Presentation on theme: "Letting a Term Maintenance Contract"— Presentation transcript:
1 Letting a Term Maintenance Contract Martin Carnaffin
2 County Council Meeting June 2011 Required us to review selected highway services for competitive tenderCommitment to retain in-house provision of highway services
3 What in the new contract - £11.5M Resurfacing £6MRoad Markings and Studs £0.5MSurface Dressing and Pre-Patching £2MStreet Lighting Planned Column Replacement £1.5MGully Emptying £1MEarthworks, fencing, land reclamation £0.5M
5 Collaborative Nature of the MHA Contract NEC 3 TSC - Options C (+ E)Length 5 + potential 5 year extensionOpen Book Cost Management & Target CostingA requirement to actively participate in the TCB including its groups
21 Response contains insufficient information to make a judgement Score BandRationaleGeneral DescriptionResponse contains insufficient information to make a judgementWholly unsatisfactory1Response contains significant omissions, weaknesses or concernsUnsatisfactory2Response contains some omissions, weaknesses or concernsCause for concern3Response indicates acceptable confirmation, experience or credibilityAcceptable4Response indicates significant and appropriate experience or credibilityVery Good5Response indicates significant and appropriate experience or credibility and excellent past performanceOutstanding
34 QuestionIn the context of the services provided under the contract Specification, with regard to the KPI(s) listed in Section 3 Schedule 8 what key performance indicator(s) do you propose the Employer should adopt to assess and review “Value for Money” and “Added Value” for the delivery of highway works whilst demonstrating improvements?Explain how these indicators would be meaningful, practical and contribute to supporting the Employer’s strategic objectives.For each KPI, provide the following information:KPI description provided,Achievement Criteria provided for year 1,Method of measurement (is it practical to measure?), andIs it relevant to the service and why?
42 Item DescriptionNumberUnitsCarriageway ResurfacingA60 Mansfield Road / Nottingham Road, RavensheadRWA1HAND LAY - NON PAVER OPERATION - 60mm thick SMA 10 Surf as surface course in carriageway (PSV 55)40.00m²RWA2SMA 10 Surf as surface course in carriageway (PSV 55) 40mm thickRWA3Extra Over for PSV 60 aggregate372.00tonneRWA4Applied sealing grit to new SMA surfacingsq. m.RWA5Regulating with SMA 10/14 Surf15.00RWA6Polymer modified Bond coat, K1-50, or K1-65 sprayed at 0.4 to 0.6ltrs/m2RWA7Cold Milling pavement, areas over 500 sq.m and up to 2,000 sq.m up to 40mm thickRWA8Road Markings - in accordance with Specification for Highway Works, clause 1276ARRWA9Intermittent Lane and Edge Markings 100mm wide512.00lin.mRWA10Transverse, Hatching, Zig-zag, H and associated terminal markings - Width 100mm395.00RWA11Transverse, Hatching, Zig-zag, H and associated terminal markings - E.O. for addition of each 50mm width or part thereof.
45 Key Dates ITT Released -19th September 2012 2nd Industry Day – 20th of September 2012ITT Returned – 9th of November 2012Marking quality questions – 14th until the 23rd November 2012Moderation – 28th of November 2012
46 Key Dates ContinuedNotification to preferred Bidder – 16th of January 2013End of Alcatel Period -28th of January 2013
47 Not there yet!! Briefing note providing summary of quality questions. Briefing Note providing summary and complete answers for winning Contractor in relation to support for the local supply chainProcurement team report on the Tender assessmentDraft Policy Committee Report with public / exempt sections
48 Two day training sessions for Designers One day Executive Training NEC3 TrainingTwo day training sessions for Designers21st and 22nd February 201327th and 28th February 2013One day Executive Training25th of FebruaryAny vacant places were offered to MHA members