National Highways continues to roll out the Asset Delivery model to its operational areas. There is a requirement to deliver a range of renewal, improvement and selected small scheme construction works on the Strategic Road Network in areas utilising specialist contractors working collaboratively with National Highways to deliver these works. It is envisaged that this framework will straddle two Road Investment Strategy (RIS) periods (RIS 2 and RIS 3) enabling a smooth transition between them. Works for schemes have been divided into a number of workstreams that align with the contractors' specialisms, and will also include design. Bandings have been introduced into the framework model to differentiate some contracting terms between bands. This award is for Lot 9 Technology (inc Traffic Signals) in the National Highways Area 4. This Lot covers the supply of plant and labour for the; - Construction of highway technology works including the installation of specialist technology equipment, safety cameras and CCTV equipment - Supply, installation, commissioning and removal of traffic signal equipment, and - Installation, commissioning and removal of road lighting, illuminated signs and other highway electrical equipment. - Undertaking of enabling works to allow installation and removal of specialist technology, traffic signals, road lighting, illuminated signs and other highway electrical equipment Suppliers will be provided specialist technology assets by Highways England unless instructed otherwise. Other duties This scope also includes: - Mobilisation - Early Contractor Involvement - Elements of Supplier Design - Welfare facilities - Manage Network Occupancy - Community; and - Contingency The scope may also include carrying out some of the duties of the Maintenance & Response Contractor and providing Incident Response (Rapid Response) when instructed.
The Cube, 199 Wharfside Street
Contract value: 2779392
Published: 1 Feb 2022, Receipt by: 8 Mar 2021
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