The scope is primarily to provide a comprehensive mechanical and engineering support service to be delivered at nuclear facilities across the UK.
Magnox North Limited, Wylfa Site, Cemaes, Contact: Paul Walsh, Attn: Paul Walsh, UK-Anglesey LL67 0DH. Tel. +44 1407733669. E-mail: email@example.com. Fax +44 1407733407.
The outline scope will typically be (but will not be limited to) the following Mechanical and Engineering Core Support services:
— On-Site Management and Planning Resource,
— Outage Engineering Trades,
— Planned and Emergent Maintenance,
— Planned Enhancement and Decommissioning Project work,
— Specialist Boiler Engineering,
— Lifting and Rigging Operations,
— Supply of tools and materials,
— Mechanical Fitting,
— Pipe Fitting,
— Miscellaneous Steelwork Fabrications,
— Welding to appropriate standards,
— Pressure Vessel work,
— Sub contract management of local sub-contractors and SMEs (Small and Medium sized Enterprises).
The following are examples (and not limitations) of additional scope that may be provided by the framework when required as part of work packages:
— Electrical Work,
— Scaffold and Access Work,
— Decommissioning Acceleration or Enhancement Work,
— Site Operation and Maintenance Support Projects.
Scope may be expanded to suit other requirements that support Operational or Decommissioning objectives.
Optional work may increase the overall value of the contract.
Estimated value excluding VAT:
Range: between 10 000 000 and 40 000 000 GBP.
Description of these options: A further 2 x 2 optional years (total framework length possible = 8 years).
The agreement proposes to secure supply chain resources to support Magnox North Ltd and Magnox South Ltd in meeting operating, defuelling and decommissioning needs for up to 8 years. A total agreement term of 8 years allows the successful organisation to make a sufficient return on investment in terms of time, effort, cost and resources employed in its performance of the service. The term also provides sufficient commitment to the successful organisation to allow a partnership relationship to be built and optimised.
Due to the size of the mechanical services market relative to the scale of the proposed agreement, a possible term of 8 years would not distort competition in the market.