Issue - meetings
Delivery of aspects of the Capital Programme through a Measured Term Contract
Meeting: 16/03/2021 - Cabinet (Item 108)
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As detailed in the recommendation.
As detailed in the recommendation. Councillor Mullin introduced the report which proposed a procurement process that would deliver a programme of projects (circa £1m per year) e.g. Disability Discrimination Act work, Fire Risk Assessment works, School building works, Corporate property works, on time, on budget and to a high standard.
The proposed Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Measured Term Contract (MTC) was planned to commence in September 2021 and expire in September 2025 with an anticipated spend of £4m over that period. The individual works would range from £10k to £300k.
The Chief Officer (Housing and Assets) explained that since 2010 the Property Maintenance and Design Consultancy Team had used a JCT MTS contract tendered on a Quality / Price basis with a partnering / collaboration ethos in order to deliver work. Part of the quality submission included Community Benefits e.g. local small and medium sized enterprises, local supply clauses and local spend. To date, that procurement process had delivered circa £14m of projects on time, on budget and to a high standard.
The MTC was an Industry Standard Form of Contract specifically for use in delivering multiple projects efficiently, ensuring time and cost constraints were achieved. If approved, it would be tendered on Sell2Wales in accordance with the Contract Procedure Rules.
That the procurement method be supported and approved, noting the requirement was in compliance with Contract Procedure Rules and would support delivery of elements of the Capital Programme 2021/22 to 2023/24.