Framework Agreement For Supply and Delivery of Oriented Strand Board for UK Fire Services and their Agents West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority Tender Closes 4th November

West Midlands Fire & Rescue Authority are establishing a framework agreement for the Supply & Delivery of Oriented Strand Board for training use over a period of four years. The framework could be accessed by UK Fire & Rescue Services (FRS) and their agents via further competition

A directory listing potential FRS customers can be located here:

The Framework Agreement will also be available for Participating Customers (agents) who are other bodies associated with FRS activities with similar requirements (also any new or successor Agent). Agents may only use the framework for FRS activities. (See ITT for detail).

This multi-supplier Framework Agreement will be divided into 12 regional Lots. (see App 4 for Lot info). Economic Operators can bid for one or more lots.
Economic Operators should have/be prepared to obtain £5m public, £5 product & £5m employer’s liability & prove their financial stability. OSB must be formaldehyde low or free & be sustainably sourced, refer to tender documents for full detail.

The anticipated value of the supply of the framework could be between £0 & £4.5m although the Authority does not guarantee any business.
Contract award/start is expected to be December 2019 (subject to contract).

Economic Operators who meet the mandatory requirements in the Selection Questionnaire will have their technical questions and pricing evaluated.
To be considered for this contract please download, complete and return the tender documentation for this opportunity via the EU Supply portal, which can be located by clicking and following this link:

If you are not registered you must register before your response can be submitted. Registration can be completed via the EU Supply homepage ‘Supplier Registration’ tab.

Closing date and time for applications is 4-Nov-19, 15:00hrs. Applications that are not uploaded to EU Supply by the deadline won’t be considered.

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