Past Projects

Projects 1

This was a project for the construction of 12 Army barracks each containing about 43,000 square feet livable area. The framing project was finished 2 months ahead of schedule and while our consortium was on the job they received an accreditation   for safety from the Corps of Engineers.

Project 2

This was a project for our sister  Construction co located on California. Our consortium replaced the roof of a barracks for the tank division stationed there. The building was approximately 32,000 square feet and the project should be done within 3 weeks starting in July 2010

Project 3

B2g  consortium has been doing framing and trim contracting for many years .  and has a high standards for our products and workmanship that is shared by our our group of companies  and we have been providing quality products together for over 25 years. through our team directors of operations through many corporations.

Project 4

Construction on the dunes  project began in 2008. This multi-phase assisted living community is expected to span several years.  The first of 7 proposed phases, which is now complete, consisted of nearly 600,000 square feet is made up of 5 condominium style buildings that are wood frame structures including two larger 4 story buildings.

Project 5

The Element project was a State University Student housing project that we did the doors and hardware. This project highlighted our ability to handle a large project that consisted of both commercial hollow metal doors and frames and residential type prehung doors. It is rare to have a supplier that can hand both types of doors.as well as the full shell to completion

Project 7

Our Construction’s Element was built in 2009-10. The 4-story project consisted of 254, 2,3, and 4 bedroom units of student housing, a parking garage, a common area with a fitness room, a game room , a library and coffee shop.

Project 8

This project for our  Construction was a student dormatory. It was built with a very aggresive construction schedule and was very tight on time line and completed on time

Project 9

this project of four 6 and 7 story buildings of upscale apartments was started in 2008 and is still active in 2010.

Project 10

The proposed building is located between the Arts center  and the Piece Hall in Halifax. The site currently accommodates some parking for Square Chapel and a paved area of public space. The development is predominately single storey and houses a new multi-use performance space, foyer and café. The glazed connection to Square Chapel is two storeys high. This provides space for the foyer, toilets and a new lift.
The project comprises extension and refurbishment of the existing building accommodating a second 1000 seat auditorium and a café/bar. Planning permission and Listed Building Consent was obtained in July 2009 and the project is at RIBA Stage D. The contract will be direct with Square Chapel.

Project 11

The  construction and maintenance of departure and arrival baggage handling systems at London Airport

 

Project 12

The works involve the restoration and conversion of Grade 2 Listed Victorian estate buildings and surrounding courtyards and other spaces within a public park which was the birthplace of the explorer Captain Cook.

Project 14

Within the our b2g consortium are  (1)  university and three Primary schools located in London boroughs (2) potentially 5 Secondary schools located in East London boroughs & North Kent. The requirements are for a Caterer (s) to provide a good service standard to pupils and staff taking note of each schools needs and meeting standards set out by legislation and School Food Trust guidelines to nutritional requirements. Caterers must be experienced in the provision of this service and able to support the contract.

Project 15

Demolition and decontamination of Buildings of an old University’s Campus. These work will involve residual asbestos removal, demolitions, temporary works, excavation, obstruction removal, crushing and filling activities to create new site levels, car parking and utility service corridors.

Project 16

The renovation and decorating of the external envelope and internal common areas to 1530 dwellings belonging to the housing  Association within the Somerset and Central Somerset areas of the UK

Project 18

To develop and apply a methodology to identify the volumes of unidentified gas (and the Allocation of this Unidentified Gas [AUG] to the relevant sectors) which can be used by the industry.
Please refer to the Joint european offices for further information:

Project 19

Our housing bodies client seeks Contractors to undertake Cleaning Sevices to its Head Office and several small satellite offices. Type of works include carpet/vinyl floor cleaning, dusting, wiping, cleaning glazing and other general office cleaning duties.
To be used by the Property Services division of Herefordshire Housing Ltd. the successful contractor will provide the cleaning service on behalf of the division’s DLO. The majority of the service will be carried out on a weekly basis with additional services being carried out on a monthly or quarterly basis. The successful contractor’s operation will be subject to a number of performance measures that will be monitored during the life of the contract. More details of these are outlined in the tender documentation.
Please return the completed Tender documentation (a checklist can be found in the Form of Tender section), by midday 30th March 2011, supplied in the attachment to this advertisement.
The Contract is for an initial Two year duration with a potential for a further two years subject to on going satisfactory performance. This contract has a start date of the 1st May 2011 and a finish date of the 30th April 2013. For further details relating to contract extension please refer to the full tender documentation.
The closing date for the return of the tender is midday 30th March 2011. For those contractors who are successfully bought forward to the interview stage, the interviews will take place Wednesday 6th April, 2011. The criteria for selection can be found in the Scoring Mechanism section of the tender documentation.

Project 20

B2g seeks Contractors to undertake Cleaning Sevices to its Head Office and several small satellite offices. Type of works include carpet/vinyl floor cleaning, dusting, wiping, cleaning glazing and other general office cleaning duties.
To be used by the Property Services division of Herefordshire Housing. the successful contractor will provide the cleaning service on behalf of the division’s DLO. The majority of the service will be carried out on a weekly basis with additional services being carried out on a monthly or quarterly basis. The successful contractor’s operation will be subject to a number of performance measures that will be monitored during the life of the contract. More details of these are outlined in the tender documentation.
Please return the completed Tender documentation (a checklist can be found in the Form of Tender section), by midday 30th March 2011, supplied in the attachment to this advertisement.
The Contract is for an initial Two year duration with a potential for a further two years subject to on going satisfactory performance. This contract has a start date of the 1st May 2011 and a finish date of the 30th April 2013. For further details relating to contract extension please refer to the full tender documentation.
The closing date for the return of the tender is midday 30th March 2011. For those contractors who are successfully bought forward to the interview stage, the interviews will take place Wednesday 6th April, 2011. The criteria for selection can be found in the Scoring Mechanism section of the tender documentation.

Project 21

We wish to engage contractors who are able to support the services provided by our tower construction and  maintenance teams.
The services to be provided will be predominantly reactive in nature ieconstruction and  Day to Day and Void property maintenance repairs to Housing Sector stock. Additionally, there may be a need for individual planned works projects throughout the term of the contract(s)
The services may be delivered working in collaboration with our own in house construction  workforce or under the direction of any of our maintenance teams.
we are keen to maximise the benefits of it’s Materials Supply Chain arrangements, and therefore seek to work with Contractors in the way these services are delivered. Accordingly, succesful bidders will be required to work on a combination of Labour Only and Labour & Materials arragements as appropriate.
The services are be split into Lots as detailed below, please see the PQQ Briefing Note for further details:
– Lot 1: Flooring
– Lot 2: Metal Work
– Lot 3: Garage Doors
– Lot 4: Ground Works
– Lot 5: Underground Bursts
– Lot 6: Showers
– Lot 7: Electronic Door Entry
– Lot 8: Damp Proofing Works
– Lot 9: Glazing
– Lot 10: uPVC Window/door Installations

Project 23

B2g  consortium international Construction and  maintenance of sports facilities stadiums ,golf courses, multi sports city , fields, amenity grass areas, shrub, flower and rose beds, hedges and boundaries and all weather hard surfaces, by mechanical and manual methods over a period of three years commencing in may  2011.

Project 24

B2g  wish to engage specialist roofing contractors who are able to support the services provided by our in house maintenance teams.
The services to be provided will be predominantly reactive in nature ie Day to Day and Void property maintenance repairs to Housing Sector stock. Additionally, there may be a need for individual planned works projects throughout the term of the Framework agreement.
The services may be delivered working in collaboration with our own in house workforce or under the direction of any of our maintenance teams.
b2g are keen to maximise the benefits of it’s Materials Supply Chain arrangements, and therefore seek to work with Contractors in the way these services are delivered. Although largely a Schedule of Rates based arrangement, successful bidders will be required to work on a combination of Labour Only and Labour & Materials arrangements as appropriate.
The work is to be let in TWO Lots.
Lot One – Pitched Roofing
Lot Two – Flat roofing.
See the PQQ documents for further details.

Project 25

We wish to engage contractors who are able to support the services provided by our in house maintenance teams.
The services to be provided will be predominantly reactive in nature ie Day to Day and Void property maintenance repairs to Housing Sector stock. Additionally, there may be a need for individual planned works projects throughout the term of the Framework agreement.
The services may be delivered working in collaboration with our own in house workforce or under the direction of any of our maintenance teams on WMHG properties or those in which we have a contracted or other vested interest.
we  are keen to maximise the benefits of it’s Materials Supply Chain arrangements, and therefore seek to work with Contractors in the way these services are delivered. Accordingly, successful bidders will be required to work on a combination of Labour Only and Labour & Materials arrangements as appropriate.

Project 26

B2g is looking to create a framework agreement with one or more licensed UK Suppliers for the supply of half hourly electricity, non half hourly electricity & gas supplies in the wholesale energy markets. On behalf of  UK housing associations.
NB – to register your interest in this notice and obtain anyadditional information please visit the my tenders website at

Project 27

The Council is looking to appoint a number of contractors to a proposed framework that will consist of three separate frameworks:

  1. Housing Construction
  2. Education and other Construction Services
  3. General Construction (Lower Value)

Each of the above named lots will cover different construction disciplines with the London boroughs that form part of the East London Solutions group
The General Construction (Lower Value) Framework will cover smaller construction projects with an estimated construction cost between GBP50,000 and GBP2,000,000
Both the Housing Framework and the Education and Other Services Frameworks will cover projects with an estimated construction cost over GBP1,500,000
Contractors appointed to the Housing framework will be expected to be capable of carrying out a range of works including large scale refurbishment projects, backlog decent homes work and similar projects in occupied premises as well as the construction of new homes.
Contractors appointed to the Education and Other Services framework will be required to carry out major refurbishment and modernisation projects and building extensions in both occupied and unoccupied premises as well as new build projects for both educational and public premises and works in parks and public spaces
Contractors appointed to the General Construction (Lower Value) lot should be capable of carrying out smaller scale refurbishment, modernization and new build projects in all types of property including the public housing stock, education and other public premises. Projects are likely to include extensions to existing buildings as well as the construction of small new build projects.

Projecft 28

Please Note: this is a Contract Award notice- not a request for bids or expressions of interest.
The project comprised 1440 no. one, two and three bedroom flats for a mix of social rent and intermediate tenure (shared ownership/intermediate rent) and included an underground parking facility. Site clearance, design, development and construction of the scheme was required.

Project 29

The contract is for the supply of the following insurance arrangements for 5 years with effect from 1 June 2011:
Property – Material Damage, Gross Revenue, Money, All Risks, Theft
Liability – Public Liability, Officials Indemnity, Employers Liability, Libel & Slander
Engineering
Miscellaneous – Fidelity Guarantee, Personal Accident, Travel,

Project 30

B2g  are seeking to recruit suitably qualified and experienced multi-disciplinary construction  building partners for new build of major master planning projects and refurbishment works.
contractors are sought who have experience of new build and refurbishment projects. The framework will also be available to other Registered Social international governments .partners.
The successful contractors  will be expected to work with our two other established Groups and companies in Framework Agreements, which have been created for both Architects and Constructors
it is anticipated that the financial nature of the scope of new build and refurbishment may change according to available government needs . b2g will reserve the right to externally benchmark the framework.
It is intended to incorporate within the framework a tendering mechanism to award future work.
b2g will reserve the right to appoint other services (i.e. Clerk of Works, CDM Co-ordinator, Environmental Assessors) outside of the framework.
b2g will reserve the right to directly appoint/award commissions based on previous KPI performance.
b2g  will reserve the right to re-enter the market place for large international joint ventures or large scale international regeneration projects.
NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and to obtain the Pre-Qualifying Questionnaire or any additional information please e mail us

31   the contract requires the reactive and preventative maintenance & repairs of CCTV for town centre and housing which includes all field based and integrating front end control, matrix, recording equipment and associated systems. The reactive and preventative maintenance and repairs of housing door entry & concierge systems includes all doors / door furniture, access control, call help point, and concierge control integrating front end systems.
The contract includes associated mechanical, electrical & civil elements where appropriate / applicable.
There are currently 29 sites, covering 660 tall blocks with Door Entry and CCTV systems, and a further 12 with CCTV, that require repair and maintenance under this contract. There are also approximately 50.000 door entry systems in low rise blocks some or all of which may be added to the contract at a later date, at the sole discretion of the Client.
London Town Centre CCTV is operated and managed by the London Boroughs Community Safety Service. The service operates from a central control room that combines with the Borough Parking and Traffic Enforcement Service. There are various town centre systems comprising approximately 200 cameras, many of which are dual town centre / parking group, with an additional small number of wireless deployable cameras. The wireless deployable camera numbers are set to increase with an ongoing project.

Project 36

B2g intends to procure a solution which will ultimately deal with the residual municipal waste a risings in clients capital Rising landfill tax and possible central government penalties mean that an alternative to landfill needs to be sought.we  currently manage in excess of 130,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste per annum. Through this contract  b2g  aims to manage approximately 50,000 tonnes per annum rising to potentially 70,000 tonnes per annum (by 2040) of residual household waste (waste remaining after kerbside recycling & composting and excluding waste from Community Recycling Centres). B2g  has a preference to develop an asset based solution and has identified the Strategic Waste Site as its preferred location. B2g intends to explore contracting options which may include but not limited to some or all of;- designing,- building,- financing; and- operating residual waste facility.b2g requires that residual waste is managed in line with its policy whether the treatment takes place inside or outside the Borough. This policy requires that waste is pre-treated.b2g advocates the use of Energy from Waste but is opposed to mass burn incineration. It is the intention of b2g to hold an Industry Day on 29th March 2011. If you would like to participate by attending this or receive further information please use the contact details provided above .It is anticipated that the contract shall be effective from early 2013.

Project 37

The contract duration will be for a period of 7 years with an option to extend for up to an additional 7 years (exercisable within the initial 7 year term). This contract covers the clients services of waste and recyclables collection and treatment, and specifically includes the following services:

  1. The collection of household waste, including bulky waste items, from properties in area  and delivery to location(s) directed by the Council;
  2. The collection of dry recyclables from properties in area plus management of the treatment of recyclables collected
  3. The collection of garden waste and (separately) food waste for composting from properties in area and delivery to location(s) directed by the Council
  4. The collection of clinical waste from properties in area and delivery to location(s) directed by the Council
  5. The collection of residual waste and dry recyclables from other Council nominated properties in the area  District; and
  6. The provision and management of recycling bring bank sites across area  including the management and treatment of recyclables collected;

Project 40

B2g health   division  requires Fluorescent equipment able to provide the following;
“There is a requirement for  200  mini c-arm system. The unit should be an integrated system designed for use in an operating theatre environment. It should incorporate an X-ray generator plus image intensifier and TV system. The unit must be easily manoeuvrable and capable of being powered from a standard 13-amp mains outlet. Exposure factors should not exceed 75 kVp and 0.1 mA. The image intensifier should have a 10cm and 15cm (maximum) field of view.
The system will be used by orthopedic surgeons without radiographer assistance. The most frequently used controls and must be on the x-ray tube head and accessible though clear sterile drapes. As a minimum it must be possible to activate the laser aiming device, change the field size, change exposure factors and rotate the image from these controls available within the sterile field.
The product must include working integration with PACS and CRIS, to enable use of work lists and to enable image send and image storage within PACS. An Audit facility should also be included to electronically record all patient doses”
“There is a requirement for a mini c-arm system. The unit should be an integrated system designed for use in an operating theatre environment. It should incorporate an X-ray generator plus image intensifier and TV system. The unit must be easily maneuverable and capable of being powered from a standard 13-amp mains outlet. Exposure factors should not exceed 75 kVp and 0.1 mA. The image intensifier should have a 10cm and 15cm (maximum) field of view.
The system will be used by orthopaedic surgeons without radiographer assistance. The most frequently used controls and must be on the x-ray tube head and accessible though clear sterile drapes. As a minimum it must be possible to activate the laser aiming device, change the field size, change exposure factors and rotate the image from these controls available within the sterile field.
The product must include working integration with PACS and CRIS, to enable use of work lists and to enable image send and image storage within PACS. An Audit facility should also be included to electronically record all patient doses”