Planned and Reactive Building Maintenance

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Dear The Museum of London,

Please find below a request for information under freedom of
information. My contact details can be found below and my
preferred
method of information delivery is email.

All questions relate to the procurement of Mechanical and Electrical responsive and planned building maintenance.

• What is the name of the person who is currently in charge of
responsive maintenance contract procurement?
• What is their Job title?
• At what address are they based?
• How many buildings are in your current stock?
• Are responsive maintenance needs within your buildings stock,
currently met by a Direct Labor Organization?
• If yes, what percentage of responsive maintenance work do they
undertake?
• For each contract for Planned and responsive maintenance please can you
confirm the following:
o The renewal date
o The bid process start date
o The term of the contract
o The contract annual value (for the last contract tendered if
necessary)
o Who the current contract holder is
o If there is a framework in place
 If yes, how many firms are on this, who operates on this and is
it a contract specific framework or a framework for all responsive
maintenance contracts, framework value
o Do you use a procurement consortium
 If yes, who

Should you with for further clarification around this, please do
not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards

Alan Noakes

Dear The Museum of London,

Can you please answer my FOI Act request as it is now over due as laid down by law you have 20 working days to reply and you have taken longer. Please forward asap

Yours faithfully,

Alan Noakes

Demb, Sarah, Museum of London

Dear Mr Noakes,

 

Thank you for your request of 18 July made via the WhatDoTheyKnow website,
of which we were only made aware via a separate email from the site on 18
July.  In your original request as we understand it as displayed on the
website, you asked for the following information relating to procurement
of mechanical and electrical responsive and planned building maintenance:
a) the name of the person who is currently in charge of responsive
maintenance contract procurement; b) their Job title; c) what address are
they based; d) How many buildings are in your current stock; e) whether
responsive maintenance needs within your buildings stock, are currently
met by a Direct Labor Organization, and if yes, what percentage of
responsive maintenance work they undertake; f) the renewal date, the bid
process start date, the term of the contract, the contract annual value
(for the last contract tendered if necessary), who the current contract
holder is, if there is a framework in place (and if yes, how many firms
are on this, who operates on this and is it a contract specific framework
or a framework for all responsive maintenance contracts), and framework
value of each contract; g) if MOL uses a procurement consortium, and if
yes, who [that consortium is]. Our answers are below:

 

a & b) The Head of Procurement and Estate Development together with the
Head of Facilities and Security are jointly in charge of M&E responsive
and planned building maintenance contract procurement. The Museum does not
normally release names of individual staff members with the exception of
those listed in its [1]Publication Scheme. As per the museum procurement
information available on its website at
 [2]http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/Corpora...,
the best way to reach these staff is to email them at
[3][email address].

c) they are based at 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN

 

d) there are 3 buildings in our current stock

 

e) responsive maintenance needs within our buildings stock are not
currently met by a Direct Labour Organization.

 

f) the renewal date for our current contract is 30 Mar 2016; the bid
process start date will depend on whether a framework or EU process is
used; the term of the contract is 3 years plus one; the annual value of
the contract is not released (see below); the current contract holder is
Coffely GDF-Suez; no framework is currently in place at the Museum

 

g) the Museum uses a procurement consortium; this consortium is the London
Universities Purchasing Consortium.

 

We are unable to release the value of the current contract and decline
release in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2001 Section 43
exemption which exempts the release of information that is likely to
prejudice the commercial interests of any person. (A person may be an
individual, a company, the public authority itself or any other legal
entity.)

We believe that this answers your enquiry. If you are dissatisfied with
the Museum's response you may seek an internal review. Applications for an
internal review can be made to me. The handling of the enquiry will then
be reviewed by a senior member of the museum's staff who was not involved
in the preparation of the initial response.

If following the internal review you are still unhappy with the response,
you may seek an independent review from the Information Commissioner at
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.

 If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Best regards,

Sarah Demb, Records Manager

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Planned and Reactive Building Maintenance

[5]Alan Noakes made this Freedom of Information request to [6]The Museum
of London

Response to this request is delayed. By law, [7]The Museum of London
should normally have responded promptly and by 17 July 2012 ([8]details)

From: Alan Noakes

18 June 2012

Dear The Museum of London,

Please find below a request for information under freedom of
information. My contact details can be found below and my
preferred
method of information delivery is email.

All questions relate to the procurement of Mechanical and
Electrical responsive and planned building maintenance.

• What is the name of the person who is currently in charge of
responsive maintenance contract procurement?
• What is their Job title?
• At what address are they based?
• How many buildings are in your current stock?
• Are responsive maintenance needs within your buildings stock,
currently met by a Direct Labor Organization?
• If yes, what percentage of responsive maintenance work do they
undertake?
• For each contract for Planned and responsive maintenance please
can you
confirm the following:
o The renewal date
o The bid process start date
o The term of the contract
o The contract annual value (for the last contract tendered if
necessary)
o Who the current contract holder is
o If there is a framework in place
§ If yes, how many firms are on this, who operates on this and is
it a contract specific framework or a framework for all responsive
maintenance contracts, framework value
o Do you use a procurement consortium
§ If yes, who [original query does not display in full on website]

Should you with for further clarification around this, please do
not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards

Alan Noakes

 

 

Sarah Demb MLIS
Records Manager
Museum of London
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN
Tel: 020 7814 5682
Email: [email address]
[9]www.museumoflondon.org.uk

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From: Demb, Sarah
Sent: 19 July 2012 13:50
To: '[FOI #119402 email]'
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Planned and Reactive Building
Maintenance

 

Dear Mr Noakes,

 

Thank you for your email of 18 July regarding your FOI request on 18 June.

 

It appears that while you may have submitted the original request to us
via the WhatDoTheyKnow website, we did not receive it; perhaps due to a
technical error or the use of an incorrect email address. The correct
email address as shown in our Publication Scheme at
[11]http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/NR/rdon...
is [12][email address]. Your follow up email
below was sent to information.resources, which is not a correct address.

 

We are now following up on your request and expect to reply in full
tomorrow.

 

Best regards,

 

Sarah Demb

 

 

From: Alan Noakes [13][mailto:[FOI #119402 email]]

Sent: 18 July 2012 20:12

To: Information Resources

Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request - Planned and Reactive
Building Maintenance

 

 

     Dear The Museum of London,

    

     Can you please answer my FOI Act request as it is now over due as

     laid down by law you have 20 working days to reply and you have

     taken longer. Please forward asap

    

     Yours faithfully,

    

     Alan Noakes

 

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