CLOSED Tender Opportunity - Heating & Hot Water (King's Lynn)

Date:

Please note that this opportunity has now closed.

Titchwell Manor (King's Lynn) seek a provider to replace and improve an old heating, hot water system, which currently services 11 bedrooms, commercial kitchen, bar, restaurant, lounge, and other public areas.

The current system consists of oil-fired boiler, and several water cylinders and tanks. They are looking to replace these with 2 LPG boilers to give an option if one breaks down, and would like to install a system that allows them to heat water on demand and not store the amount of water that they currently do.

They would like to install a pressurised system to deliver a water pressure that their customers expect. They are also very keen to explore any green alternatives to the current system so that they can be having as positive impact as possible for the environment and for the hotel and its operation. They are very aware that currently our system is running at a very low efficiency rating, and this is something they want to improve.

In summary they are looking for reliable, high efficiency heating and hot water system with renewable energy technology where possible.

Submission

Please send detailed quotations, including references and examples of other similar projects to eric@titchwellmanor.com, quoting reference 9747T/A. Responses should also include evidence that the correct accreditations are in place.

Deadline: 5pm, 30th December

Evaluation

The successful Tender Response will be determined using Price (40% weighting) and Quality of Service (60% weighting).

Quality of Service should be understood as describing how well the response meets the terms of the Specification as set out here, and the wider needs of Titchwell Manor Hotel, with specific consideration given to:

  • Proven reliability and quality of work
  • Evidence of capacity to deliver the Works effectively
  • Meeting their requirements in as sustainable a manner as possible  

bee anglia

Titchwell Manor Hotel are seeking an energy efficiency grant from BEE Anglia, which is a project based in Norfolk and Suffolk providing carbon reduction support to SMEs. BEE Anglia is co-funded by the EU through the European Regional Development Fund.