The session is a market engagement event to release further information on Sellafield Ltd’s strategy to procure Integrated Asset Care (IAC) support. To book your place, please contact Marie-Claude Hemming: firstname.lastname@example.org
The IAC framework is Sellafield Ltd’s proposed replacement arrangement to the existing Operation Site Works (OSW) framework. Similar to the OSW framework, the IAC framework will be a key enabler supporting Sellafield Ltd to deliver its mission to remediate the Sellafield site to an agreed end state in a safe, sustainable and compliant manner whist offering value for money to the UK taxpayer.
The IAC framework must meet the needs of customers across the Sellafield site for core construction and asset care services. It will build upon the learning from experience (LFE) gained from the existing OSW framework and other delivery frameworks. Overall, Sellafield Ltd aim to have a framework through which core construction and asset care services can be delivered in a way that meets the cost and scheduling demands of its users.
Packages of work placed through the IAC framework will be categorised as jobs, tasks and projects and may be placed individually or as part of a wider programme of works.
- Jobs – Low risk, low complexity and generally low value jobs; expected to be approximately 30% of spend.
- Tasks – Larger, more complex or more multi-disciplined tasks; expected to be approximately 50% of spend.
- Projects – Higher value, high complexity or more multi-disciplined projects; expected to be approximately 20% of spend.
Sellafield Ltd anticipate that the successful tenderer will be required to employ a blue-collar resource of over 350 skilled operatives to deliver the scope of the IAC framework.
The competition will be completed through the restricted procedure and will be awarded to a single framework provider.
The estimated value of the framework is £200m-£250m over a 5-year term (4+1 years)
Sellafield Ltd plan to commence the competition in January 2021 and award the contract to the successful bidder in May 2022.
Who should attend
- All suppliers who have previously engaged with this opportunity
- Organisations with the capability to deliver a significant proportion of the scope – namely civil, mechanical and electrical disciplines
- Companies with significant experience of delivering the scale and scope outlined
Aims of session
- Provide members of the supply chain with introductory information regarding the framework, scope and timescales
- Allow suppliers to ask questions and give feedback which inform our acquisition strategy and subsequent business case
- Enable Sellafield to reach a diverse but relevant audience of suppliers with the capability to deliver the scope
- Allow suppliers to make informed decisions about the tender process
- Jenifer Carruthers, Head of Projects Office – Operations, will present the client overview.
- Kevin Robertson, Procurement Lead, will present the framework structure
- Andrew Nelson, QS, will present Incentivisation and fee model
- Sara Middleton, Sourcing Delivery Manager – will present the procurement process
- Paul King Category Manager will present the behaviours and standards expectations.
NB: This will a RECORDED session.
All responses to questions will be uploaded to the Sellafield Ltd Complete Tender Management System post-event.
More information on the procurement can be viewed in the Prior Information Notice for the opportunity available on our Complete Tender Management System. https://sharedsystems.eu-supply.com/login.asp?B=SELLAFIELD
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Scope of Work
In delivering core construction and asset care services, the IAC framework provider will be responsible for:
- Installation, modifications and commissioning of plant and equipment and their dismantlement and removal;
- Asset care and support activities;
- Coordination and collaboration with existing Sellafield Ltd frameworks (including Design);
- Programmatic delivery;
- Integrated project controls and project management.
The scope of work will cover 3 main disciplines; Civil, Mechanical and Electrical. The following list provides a further breakdown of the specific types of services required.
Civil Works Typically Consisting of:
- Roads and Paths
- Ground Services
- Minor Construction and New Build
- Ground Investigation
- Repair & Maintenance of Buildings & Civils
Mechanical Works Typically Consisting of:
- Heating and Ventilation
- Miscellaneous Metalwork
- Pumps and Valves
- Air Conditioning
- Testing and Commissioning
Electrical Works Typically Consisting of:
- Building Lighting
- Alarm Systems
- Testing & Commissioning
- Pumps and Motors Power
- Refrigeration, Coolers & Chillers
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