Bristol Airport Seeking Contractors
Created: 17th Apr 2019
Bristol Airport is looking to engage suitably experienced contractors to enter into their future framework agreement for Building and Civil Engineering works.
The Airport is developing to meet the growing demand for air travel in the region. As part of the Master Plan looking ahead towards 2050, Bristol Airport has submitted a planning application to North Somerset Council in support of the growth plans for up to 12 million passengers a year by the mid 2020s.
The framework is being set up to streamline the procurement process and to facilitate the capital works to the required programme, if granted planning permission, and to provide consistency of approach, increase quality through all stages of the life cycle of the facilities, encourage innovation and above all in a safe and sustainable manner which will reduce out turn costs.
A Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) comprising of the following sections:
- Introduction and Guidance Notes
- Core Contractor Information
- Pass & Fail Questionnaire
- Capacity, Capability and Sustainability Questionnaire
- Building Works Questionnaire
- Civil Engineering Works Questionnaire
- Anti-Collusive Tending
- Terms and Conditions
The Buildings works and Civil Engineering works are split down into groups as below: Bidders may bid for single or multiple lots.
- Building works £100,000 < £2,000,000
- Building Works £2,000,000 and over 3. Civil Engineering Works £100,000 < £2,000,000 4. Civil Engineering Works £2,000,000 and over
To express interest please contact Sarah Landen at [email protected] as per the instructions and guidance provided.
The Clarification Period for the PQQ closes on 8th May 2019, following which further requests for clarification will not be entertained after this point.
For your PQQ submission to receive consideration the PQQ must be completed and submitted by noon on Wednesday 15th May 2019, and any supporting documentation must be provided at the same time.
Bristol Airport has invested more than £225 million in new infrastructure and facilities since 2010, and with over £60 million investments in various development projects this year. Bristol Airport is well positioned to serve passengers across the South West of the UK and provides a gateway to the region for international visitors.
Bristol Airport is the ninth largest airport in the UK and the fifth largest airport outside of London. In 2018 over 8.6 million passengers used the Airport with planning approvals now in place for 10 million passengers per annum.