KF 195 - Provision of mechanical & electrical engineering installation services for the replacement of existing systems with new plate heat exchangers
The Trust is based on the Royal United Hospital (RUH) which occupies one site on the north-western edge of the city of Bath. It provides general acute hospital services for a population of 450,000-500,000.
Bidders with relevant specialist experience, from any sectors of the construction industry, are invited to tender for the provision of mechanical & electrical engineering installation services for the replacement of existing systems with new plate heat exchangers
Proposed Works are: -
As detailed in the attached specification and drawings plans
Bidders are required to carry out the following works in plantroom 36 and 45 - Royal United Hospital ? South Wing
* Replacement of existing steam/water heating and HWS calorifiers PLHW, DHWS and CWS
* Existing equipment will be replaced with two steam/LPHW plate heat exchanger packaged plant units and two stea/DHWS plate heat exchanger packaged plant units.
* Work comprises of all associated pipework modifications, new steam meter assembly, new pressure reducing valves, stations, associated electrical and associated builders work. All existing equipment and building materials shall be removed from site.
The plate heat exchanger equipment will be purchased directly by the Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust
Proposed Tender Issue date
Proposed Tender Duration
Proposed Contract Start Date
August 2009 (please note that the automatically generated start date of 22nd Feb 2010 is an error). Please also disregard the timescales listed in the specification document A20, section 2
Proposed Contract Duration
Hot water needs to be installed by 22nd September 2009. The installation date for the heating will be confirmed on award
Proposed Procurement Route
Procurement of the works will be by competitive tenders based upon the JCT Intermediate Form Contract 2005, revision 1 2007.
* Standards for better Health (Standard C4c)
* Health Technical Memorandum 2030