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1 Performance Indicators & Award of Scheme How will it work?

2 What are we trying to Achieve? Continual Improvement Rewarding and encouraging innovation and sustainability Collaborative working between Contractors, Engineers and Designers to identify opportunities for improvement

3 Evaluation Criteria Criteria & weightings are the same for awarding the Framework Agreement and individual Schemes Evaluation CriteriaWeightingThreshold Price50%- Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives 10%- Ability to Improve Innovation10%- Technical Capacity20%- Health & Safety10%4%

4 Performance Indicators Performance Indicators link to the evaluation criteria, rewarding good performance and encouraging continual improvement Evaluation CriteriaRelated KPIs PriceNA (based on SoR) Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives Recycled content, recycling waste, impact on the community Ability to Improve InnovationSustainability & Innovation sign off Technical CapacityAs previous: standard workmanship, site organisation, remedy of defects, tackling unforeseen problems etc Health & SafetyTraffic safety & mgmt, compliance with CDM regs

5 Scoring Matrix for Performance Scores from 1-10, 5 = meets standard required

6 Sustainability & Innovation Sign off Identify items to vary to improve innovation & sustainability, requires Contractor & Engineer agreement

7 Contractor A & B, Q1 Scores for quality criteria for scheme evaluation in Quarter 1 are based on tender scores (out of 10) Evaluation Criteria WeightingTender score Contractor A Tender Score Contractor B Price50%Based on Schedule of Rates Sustainability Objectives 10%76 Innovation10%65 Technical Capacity 20%88 Health & Safety 10%86

8 Example Scheme: Bill of Quantities Project: Footway widening, widening of pedestrian crossing, block paving, construction of at grade crossing Items from the Bill of Quantities DescriptionUnitQuantity Pedestrian guardrail laid straight or curved over 20m radius m25.0 Rolled asphalt surface course Type a 40 mm thick in carriageway m2m2 15.0 Granite Kerbs Type K5, laid straight or curved exceeding 12m radius m15.0 Flat top road hump height not exceeding 75mmm2m2 50.0 Additional concrete mix ST2 to kerbsm3m3 7.0

9 Contractor A: Revised Bill of quantities DescriptionUnitQuantity Pedestrian guardrail laid straight or curved over 20m radiusm25.0 Rolled asphalt surface course Type A 40 mm thick in carriageway m2m2 15.0 Granite Kerbs Type K5, laid straight or curved exceeding 12m radius m15.0 Items to be removed or quantities altered Items to be added or revised quantities DescriptionUnitQuantitySustainability benefit Linx 100% recycled guardrail laid straight or curved over 20m radius m25.0Recycled content Rejuvophalt recycled aggregate asphalt, 40mm thick in carriageway m2m2 15.0Recycled content Durakerb laid straight or curved exceeding 12m radius m15.0Recycled content Similar Scheme: Contractor B identified no alterations

10 Quarter 2 Quality Scores Evaluation CriteriaWtgQ0Q1Q2Q3Q4Mean Score Price50%Based on Schedule of Rates Contractor A Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives10%777 Ability to Improve Innovation10%687 Technical Capacity20%867 Health & Safety10%857 Contractor B Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives10%655.5 Ability to Improve Innovation10%555 Technical Capacity20%867 Health & Safety10%645 Quarterly scores are based in the average score for all schemes completed in that quarter. Average score across the most recent 4 quarters gives the quality scores for scheme evaluation

11 Example Scheme Q2 Footway widening; widening of pedestrian crossing; block paving; construction of at grade crossings, approx £50K Evaluation Criteria Wtg Contractor A Wtd Score Contractor B Wtd Score Price50%£50K48£48K50 Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives 10%775.5 Ability to Improve Innovation 10%7755 Technical Capacity20%7147 Health & Safety10%7555 Total100%8179.5

12 Quarter 3: Quality Scores Evaluation CriteriaWtgQ0Q1Q2Q3Q4Mean Score Price50%Based on Schedule of Rates Contractor A Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives10%7777 Ability to Improve Innovation10%6877 Technical Capacity20%8666.6 Health & Safety10%8556 Contractor B Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives10%6576 Ability to Improve Innovation10%5565.3 Technical Capacity20%8687.3 Health & Safety10%6465.3 Quarterly scores are based in the average score for all schemes completed in that quarter. Average score across the most recent 4 quarters gives the quality scores for scheme evaluation

13 Example Scheme Q3 Footway widening; widening of pedestrian crossing; block paving; construction of at grade crossings, approx £50K Evaluation Criteria Wtg Contractor A Wtd Score Contractor B Wtd Score Price including Whole Life Costing 50%£50K48£48K50 Ability to meet Sustainability Objectives 10%7766 Ability to Improve Innovation 10%775.3 Technical Capacity20%6.613.27.314.6 Health & Safety10%665.3 Total100%81.2

14 Have we got it right?


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