Exclusive: Next 20 Pages of Wirral Council’s Colas Contract (Highways and Engineering Services Term Maintenance Contract)
This continues from an earlier blog post with the first twenty pages of the Colas contract. The contract itself is in A5 format, but the version I’ve been given is a copy in A4. As usual you can click-through each thumbnail for more readable versions of each page.
These pages have screenshots from the Inventory Management Screen and Job Management Screen as well as some instructions on how to use the software.
These pages have details on Cost Management, Test Management, Customer Care, Mapping Links and some further screenshots of the Customer Care Screen and the Test Management – Unit/Cable Test screen.
These pages have sections on mobile working (not implemented at Wirral), night scouting, job management, inventory management, gully cleansing, gully cleansing background, gully cleansing assets, contractor data and reports & photographs.
These pages are about ICT at Wirral Council with sections on Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Document Management, GIS, Databases, ICT Infrastructure, Server Equipment and Operating Systems, Desktop Systems, Telecommunications Networks and Network Protocols.
This continues being about ICT at Wirral Council with sections on Network Protocols, Internal Telephone Network, Network Equipment and Internet Access & Network Security.
This is a flowchart entitled HESPE (Highways Engineering Services Procurement Exercise) Assets and Work Ordering Interim Position at April 2009.
These pages have sections on call out/out of hours repairs, works areas and definitions of priorities 1,2 and 3, priority repair times (with definitions of priorities 1 to 5), aggregation of work, discounting of work orders based on value, structural maintenance programme/minor traffic improvement schemes and gully cleansing/minor drainage works.
These pages have sections on work ordering and the payment process as well as a screenshot of an example highways drainage work order.
This has a table of incident analysis codes by asset type, asset description, main cause, effect, action and result. It also details who determines the level of service for a work order and a table of the target timescales for various types of highway drainage work.
These pages have a table detailing which letter (from A to Z) corresponds to which planned gully cleansing round along with a map showing which areas the rounds cover.
This details the information that Colas is to supply to Wirral Council when it does work on the highway drainage assets (including the car parks). It also details how the Highway Drainage Asset Amendment Form should be used.
These pages contain a blank Highway Drainage Asset Amendment Form and a section on “Drainage Specials”. Drainage Specials are areas that are particularly susceptible to flooding and/or accumulation of silt and require more frequent cleansing.
These pages are a table of the Council’s car parks (each is given a number) in the areas of Birkenhead, Liscard, Moreton, New Brighton, Seacombe, Wallasey, Heswall, Irby, Pensby, Hoylake, Meols, West Kirby, Bromborough, Higher Bebington, Eastham, Bebington, New Ferry and Rock Ferry.
These pages detail bridges, interceptors and culverts.
These pages have sections on the public rights of way network, painting programmes, winter maintenance arrangements, coast protection minor works and street lighting.
These pages are a section on depot arrangements and a plan of the main depot building, external stores and canteen.
These pages contain a map of where the depot is and sections on completion, working with the employer and others, tests, title and the New Roads and Street Works Act 1981.
These pages have sections on notices, performance bond and performance as well as the cover page for section 2.2 (specification).
This has the preamble to the “Specification for Highway Works”.
This has a table of pages and relevant publication dates for the specification for Highway Works. If you’d like me to continue to publish more of the Colas contract then please leave a comment.
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Please carry on with this. I will set aside time to read it.
Thanks, when I have the time I’ll scan in some more of this contract, the most interesting bit IMHO is near the end where Colas can charge 4.5% more than the agreed schedule of rates and the same percentage extra for subcontracted work, which will equate to a saving of £360,000 if the work from this contract is brought in house.
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