Tamar Bridge & Torpoint Ferry Painting, Paint Inspection & Maintenance Support Services Contract
There are many routine and ad-hoc maintenance requirements, across both key sites, with a range of regular key tasks and requirements, including but not limited to - • Inspection support for TBTF bridge inspectors • Contract support services –paint inspection, rope access inspection, ferry operations • Maintenance painting to buildings, structures or ferries • Minor structural repairs – replacing damaged drainage, parapet mesh panels and more • Debris clearance/litter picking • Rope access services – painting, difficult access inspections, inspection support • Provision of other special access requirements – access towers, mobile platforms • Confined space work • Vegetation clearance • General labour support – ferry chain replacement, ferry gantry maintenance • Overnight or weekend working requirements At present, the incumbent contractor has between 4-10 personnel working on site daily throughout the year, depending on client requirements, with staff working based on a schedule of annually agreed rates, which vary depending on skill levels i.e. general litter picking being the lowest hourly rate and specialist paint inspections services being the highest. Accordingly, it is anticipated that TUPE staff transfers would be a likely consideration. Suitably qualified and experienced Contractors are invited to attend a Supplier Information to be held at the Bridge Offices on Wednesday 4th September, 2019, commencing from 10 am to find out more and ask any pertinent questions concerning the proposed contract before it is formally advertised in late September. Attendance at this meeting is not mandatory but highly recommended. If your organisation wishes to attend this event please advise us in advance via the messaging system on the Portal for this project stating your name, company name and job role but please note, in the first instance we need to limit the attendees to no more than 2 personnel per organisation.