Decision details

OD-16-71 Newnham Court (West Villa) - Heating Installation

Decision Maker: Officer Decision

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Purpose:

Why is it being made listing reasons for the decision

An open procurement process using Suffolk e-sourcing was completed for the services of a contractor to renew the heating system at Newnham Court (a 22 unit Homeless Families Unit) with heat retention storage heaters.

 

Alternative Options considered and why rejected

Eight compliant bids were received and evaluated on the basis of 60% price and 40% quality. The successful contractors bid was £75,792.36

 

The successful contractor provided the most advantageous tender and was able to demonstrate they had the technical expertise to execute the contract.

 

List any background documents

None

 

Any Crime & Disorder, Equality, Social Value in Contracts, HR, Legal, Financial, ICT or Property implications

None

 

Anyone who has been consulted during the decision making process

Not applicable. The tender requirement was advertised using Suffolk e-sourcing.

Decision:

An open procurement process using Suffolk e-sourcing was completed for the services of a contractor to renew the heating system at Newnham Court (a 22 unit Homeless Families Unit) with heat retention storage heaters.

 

Eight compliant bids were received and evaluated on the basis of 60% price and 40% quality. The successful contractors bid was £75,792.36

 

The successful contractor provided the most advantageous tender and was able to demonstrate they had the technical expertise to execute the contract.

 

Publication date: 21/02/2017

Date of decision: 16/02/2017

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