BMX Race Track

City Building is seeking offers for: Design, Supply and Building of BMX Race Track and Ancillary Works.

City Building (Contracts) LLP requires to procure the design, supply and building of a BMX Racing track and ancillary works in conjunction with Glasgow 2018. The organising team for the proposed inaugural European Championships in the summer of 2018 co-hosted by Glasgow and Berlin have identified a site in Knightswood, Glasgow where a new Olympic-standard BMX race track is to be built.

The object of the contract is to procure the expertise of a BMX specialist in both design and managing the build of proposed Event BMX Track etc. that complies with current UCI regulations (Union Cyliste Internationale) for an International Standard Elite BMX Racing Track; and complies with British Cycling regulations (European Series)

Failure to provide satisfactory evidence that all requirements as stated within the ESPDS and Tender documents are met and evidenced may result in disqualification from the tender process.

Race Track CB94 – ESPDS Additional information

Levels of insurance required, Employer’s Liability insurance minimum £10million, Public Liability insurance minimum £5million, Products Liability insurance minimum £5 million. Professional Indemnity Insurance £5million.

City Building is committed to maximising Community Benefits from its procurement activities. Contract performance conditions may relate in particular to Social, economic and environmental considerations and form a part of this tender.

Award criteria will be based on the most economically advantageous tender in terms of the criteria stated in the tender document.

This procurement initiative is being conducted through the Public Contracts Scotland Tendering portal:-

To access the tender documents for this contract notice, please click on the attached link. This will take you to the tender module. The project ID for this procurement initiative is 7975 ITT 17647. This will allow you to access and respond to the contract opportunity in a secure environment. Note: if you do not have a password for the tender module then you will be asked to apply for a login.

The on-line invitation to tender (ESPDS, Technical Envelope and Commercial Document) must be completed, uploaded and published on the Public Contract Scotland Tendering (PCS-T) portal no later than 12 noon on Friday 28th April 2017.

Late submissions will not be considered.