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Multidisciplinary Services Framework.

Homes and Communities Agency | Published January 30, 2016
Winner
AECOM Limited and AECOM Infrastructure and Environment UK Limited, Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure UK Limited, Atkins Limited, Building Design Partnerships Limited, CH2M Hill United Kingdom, Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited, Mott Macdonald Limited, Mouchel Limited, NPS Property Consultants Limited, Ove Arup and Partners International Limited, Pell Frischmann Consultants Limited, Peter Brett Associates LLP, Savills (UK) Limited, Tibbalds Campbell Reith, WSP UK Limited & Parsons Brinckerhoff Limited, WYG Engineering Limited
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71000000, 70000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311220, 71311230, 71313000, 71351914, 71400000, 71410000, 90713000

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Real estate services. Engineering services. Consultative engineering and construction services. Highways engineering services. Railway engineering services. Environmental engineering consultancy services. Archaeological services. Urban planning and landscape architectural services. Urban planning services. Environmental issues consultancy services. The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is seeking to appoint a national framework of multidisciplinary service providers to provide the full range of multidisciplinary services including Project Management and Cost Management services, Engineering services, Architecture services, Planning services, Master-planning services, Landscape architecture services, Ecology and Biodiversity services, Construction Design and Management (CDM) Co-ordinator services, Property Consultancy services and general professional advice and support. The framework is for 4 years and it envisaged that there will be between 15 and 18 framework service providers. Call-offs from the framework will be via competitive process to identify the most economically advantageous framework supplier on a case by case basis.

Bpha Limited Architects Framework.

bpha Limited | Published April 2, 2015
Winner
The Design Partnership Ltd , PRP Architects, Pozzoni
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71000000, 71220000

Architects framework for the following services: — Extra care/supported housing (new build) — Redevelopment of existing assets — Redevelopment of garage sites — New social housing/private development Detailed service requirements include: — Feasibility studies/options appraisals — Design to RIBA Plan of Work Stage D/E — Computer generated images (CGI's) — Assessments under Code for Sustainable Homes — Housing Quality Indicator Assessments (HQI's) — Building for life assessment More details will be provided in the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

bpha Limited Architects Framework.

bpha Limited | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
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71000000, 71220000

Architects framework for the following services: — Extra care/supported housing (new build); — Redevelopment of existing assets; — Redevelopment of garage sites; — New social housing/private development. Detailed service requirements include: — Feasibility studies/options appraisals; — Design to RIBA Plan of Work Stage D/E; — Computer generated images (CGI's); — Assessments under Code for Sustainable Homes; — Housing Quality Indicator Assessments (HQI's); — Building for life assessment. More details will be provided in the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

Architectural Services

EAST OF ENGLAND AMBULANCE SERVICE NHS TRUST | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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71000000

East of England Ambulance Service require the services of estates architectural and project management professionals, to facilitate a range of small/medium sized construction and maintenance works across the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. The Trust intends to award to two or three suppliers as this is a large area. The Trust invites expressions of interest in these works.

Provision of a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and on-going maintenance and support for the East of England Ambulance NHS Trust.

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Published October 24, 2015
Winner
Cleric Computer Services Ltd
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48517000, 48100000

The Trust is looking for an experienced CAD supplier with live deployments to provide CAD software across multiple sites using a single virtual CAD using the Trusts existing infrastructure/hardware. Being within the public sector the Ambulance Service must be responsive and flexible, reacting to changes, for example, legislation, working practices and reporting. Any solution and provider must be able to react to, support and match the organisations ability to respond urgently. Because there is a need to rapidly respond to change, the Trust will require the chosen Provider to offer and provide proactive, innovative and best value solutions. The CAD is required to enable the Trust operational processes which include (but not limited to): 1. Manage 999 incidents; 2. Manage patient events through to resolution; 3. Manage resources associated with the patient event, for example, ambulance and clinical response; 4. Interface with existing technology, which includes (but not limited) to: telephony and Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs); 5. Manage performance and report on current Ambulance Quality Indicators as defined by the Department of Health. The one virtual system will allow geographically separated Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) to support each other if, for example, a significant spontaneous incident occurs within the Trust operating area, or if an EOC fails for any reason. The Trust can then be assured that there will be extra resilience in the EOC architecture to provide an excellent service to the public in the Trust area utilising resources beyond artificial county boundaries. Because the Trust is working within an economically challenging environment the investment in the solution and provider must have predictable pricing for the life of the solution, from implementation through to support and enhancement. The Trust will need to understand the Provider price drivers so future prices can be predicted. The Trust regularly reviews it service provision cost with other ambulance trusts to ensure it is offering value for money. The Provider will need to work with the Trust to ensure the services linked to the CAD are regularly reviewed to ensure efficiencies are realised. The chosen solution needs to be reliable with high levels of availability. There are significant financial implications for the Trust relating to non-performance. The Ambulance Service has a requirement to respond to the needs of the public which ranges from life threatening 999 emergency calls through to non-urgent patient transport. Any CAD has to be capable of operating 24 hours a day 365 days year to allow the correct clinical response to be made. Responding to the needs of the public and providing an excellent service is at the core of the Trust operations. The Ambulance Service is a highly reactive environment with ever changing challenges. Because The Trust needs to respond quickly to the needs of patients, commissioning groups and customers, it must be confident the Provider will respond at the pace required by The Trust. The Trust is relying on the Provider to have a full understanding of operating within an NHS Ambulance Service environment, and understand the current issues and challenges we face. At present, the demands on our service are increasing whilst the financial environment is reflecting the current national economic challenges. As an ambulance service we are here to serve the community that pays for it.

Provision of a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and on-going maintenance and support for the Eas

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Published October 24, 2015
Winner
Cleric Computer Services Ltd
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48517000, 48100000

The Trust is looking for an experienced CAD supplier with live deployments to provide CAD software across multiple sites using a single virtual CAD using the Trusts existing infrastructure/hardware. Being within the public sector the Ambulance Service must be responsive and flexible, reacting to changes, for example, legislation, working practices and reporting. Any solution and provider must be able to react to, support and match the organisations ability to respond urgently. Because there is a need to rapidly respond to change, the Trust will require the chosen Provider to offer and provide proactive, innovative and best value solutions. The CAD is required to enable the Trust operational processes which include (but not limited to): 1. Manage 999 incidents; 2. Manage patient events through to resolution; 3. Manage resources associated with the patient event, for example, ambulance and clinical response; 4. Interface with existing technology, which includes (but not limited) to: telephony and Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs); 5. Manage performance and report on current Ambulance Quality Indicators as defined by the Department of Health. The one virtual system will allow geographically separated Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) to support each other if, for example, a significant spontaneous incident occurs within the Trust operating area, or if an EOC fails for any reason. The Trust can then be assured that there will be extra resilience in the EOC architecture to provide an excellent service to the public in the Trust area utilising resources beyond artificial county boundaries. Because the Trust is working within an economically challenging environment the investment in the solution and provider must have predictable pricing for the life of the solution, from implementation through to support and enhancement. The Trust will need to understand the Provider price drivers so future prices can be predicted. The Trust regularly reviews it service provision cost with other ambulance trusts to ensure it is offering value for money. The Provider will need to work with the Trust to ensure the services linked to the CAD are regularly reviewed to ensure efficiencies are realised. The chosen solution needs to be reliable with high levels of availability. There are significant financial implications for the Trust relating to non-performance. The Ambulance Service has a requirement to respond to the needs of the public which ranges from life threatening 999 emergency calls through to non-urgent patient transport. Any CAD has to be capable of operating 24 hours a day 365 days year to allow the correct clinical response to be made. Responding to the needs of the public and providing an excellent service is at the core of the Trust operations. The Ambulance Service is a highly reactive environment with ever changing challenges. Because The Trust needs to respond quickly to the needs of patients, commissioning groups and customers, it must be confident the Provider will respond at the pace required by The Trust. The Trust is relying on the Provider to have a full understanding of operating within an NHS Ambulance Service environment, and understand the current issues and challenges we face. At present, the demands on our service are increasing whilst the financial environment is reflecting the current national economic challenges. As an ambulance service we are here to serve the community that pays for it.

Provision of a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and on-going maintenance and support for the East of England Ambulance NHS Trust.

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Published February 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
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48517000, 48100000

The Trust is looking for an experienced CAD supplier with live deployments to provide CAD software across multiple sites using a single virtual CAD using the Trusts existing infrastructure/hardware. Being within the public sector the Ambulance Service must be responsive and flexible, reacting to changes, for example, legislation, working practices and reporting. Any solution and provider must be able to react to, support and match the organisations ability to respond urgently. Because there is a need to rapidly respond to change, the Trust will require the chosen Provider to offer and provide proactive, innovative and best value solutions. The CAD is required to enable the Trust operational processes which include (but not limited to): 1. Manage 999 incidents; 2. Manage patient events through to resolution; 3. Manage resources associated with the patient event, for example, ambulance and clinical response; 4. Interface with existing technology, which includes (but not limited) to: telephony and Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs); 5. Manage performance and report on current Ambulance Quality Indicators as defined by the Department of Health. The 1 virtual system will allow geographically separated Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) to support each other if, for example, a significant spontaneous incident occurs within the Trust operating area, or if an EOC fails for any reason. The Trust can then be assured that there will be extra resilience in the EOC architecture to provide an excellent service to the public in the Trust area utilising resources beyond artificial county boundaries. Because the Trust is working within an economically challenging environment the investment in the solution and provider must have predictable pricing for the life of the solution, from implementation through to support and enhancement. The Trust will need to understand the Provider price drivers so future prices can be predicted. The Trust regularly reviews it service provision cost with other ambulance trusts to ensure it is offering value for money. The Provider will need to work with the Trust to ensure the services linked to the CAD are regularly reviewed to ensure efficiencies are realised. The chosen solution needs to be reliable with high levels of availability. There are significant financial implications for the Trust relating to non-performance. The Ambulance Service has a requirement to respond to the needs of the public which ranges from life threatening 999 emergency calls through to non-urgent patient transport. Any CAD has to be capable of operating 24 hours a day 365 days year to allow the correct clinical response to be made. Responding to the needs of the public and providing an excellent service is at the core of the Trust operations. The Ambulance Service is a highly reactive environment with ever changing challenges. Because The Trust needs to respond quickly to the needs of patients, commissioning groups and customers, it must be confident the Provider will respond at the pace required by The Trust. The Trust is relying on the Provider to have a full understanding of operating within an NHS Ambulance Service environment, and understand the current issues and challenges we face. At present, the demands on our service are increasing whilst the financial environment is reflecting the current national economic challenges. As an ambulance service we are here to serve the community that pays for it.

Provision of a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and on-going maintenance and support for the Eas

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Published February 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
48517000, 48100000

The Trust is looking for an experienced CAD supplier with live deployments to provide CAD software across multiple sites using a single virtual CAD using the Trusts existing infrastructure/hardware. Being within the public sector the Ambulance Service must be responsive and flexible, reacting to changes, for example, legislation, working practices and reporting. Any solution and provider must be able to react to, support and match the organisations ability to respond urgently. Because there is a need to rapidly respond to change, the Trust will require the chosen Provider to offer and provide proactive, innovative and best value solutions. The CAD is required to enable the Trust operational processes which include (but not limited to): 1. Manage 999 incidents; 2. Manage patient events through to resolution; 3. Manage resources associated with the patient event, for example, ambulance and clinical response; 4. Interface with existing technology, which includes (but not limited) to: telephony and Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs); 5. Manage performance and report on current Ambulance Quality Indicators as defined by the Department of Health. The 1 virtual system will allow geographically separated Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) to support each other if, for example, a significant spontaneous incident occurs within the Trust operating area, or if an EOC fails for any reason. The Trust can then be assured that there will be extra resilience in the EOC architecture to provide an excellent service to the public in the Trust area utilising resources beyond artificial county boundaries. Because the Trust is working within an economically challenging environment the investment in the solution and provider must have predictable pricing for the life of the solution, from implementation through to support and enhancement. The Trust will need to understand the Provider price drivers so future prices can be predicted. The Trust regularly reviews it service provision cost with other ambulance trusts to ensure it is offering value for money. The Provider will need to work with the Trust to ensure the services linked to the CAD are regularly reviewed to ensure efficiencies are realised. The chosen solution needs to be reliable with high levels of availability. There are significant financial implications for the Trust relating to non-performance. The Ambulance Service has a requirement to respond to the needs of the public which ranges from life threatening 999 emergency calls through to non-urgent patient transport. Any CAD has to be capable of operating 24 hours a day 365 days year to allow the correct clinical response to be made. Responding to the needs of the public and providing an excellent service is at the core of the Trust operations. The Ambulance Service is a highly reactive environment with ever changing challenges. Because The Trust needs to respond quickly to the needs of patients, commissioning groups and customers, it must be confident the Provider will respond at the pace required by The Trust. The Trust is relying on the Provider to have a full understanding of operating within an NHS Ambulance Service environment, and understand the current issues and challenges we face. At present, the demands on our service are increasing whilst the financial environment is reflecting the current national economic challenges. As an ambulance service we are here to serve the community that pays for it.
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