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Enterprise Architect Consultancy

University Of The West Of England | Published August 19, 2016
Winner
Sopra Streia Recruitment Limited
cpvs
71530000

Enterprise Architect Consultancy

Enterprise Architect for Cloud Consultancy

University Of The West Of England | Published August 19, 2016
Winner
Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
cpvs
79600000

Enterprise Architect for Cloud Consultancy

Architectural consultancy services for St George's Bristol.

St George's Bristol | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
Patel Taylor Architects
cpvs
71200000, 45212350, 71221000, 71420000, 71220000, 71223000

St George's Bristol is a charitable organisation based in Bristol. The organisation maintains a grade II listed, converted church building which has been converted for the purpose of providing a concert venue and high quality entertainment facilities for the local residents. To ensure that the building remains fit for purpose St George's has elected to add a 2 storey extension to the building, including some alterations to the existing building. Part of the funding for the project has been secured from the Arts Council and Heritage Lottery Fund therefore the project must comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The project is currently at stage 3 of the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. An architect was identified for the preliminary stages of the project and their appointment completes at the end of stage 3. Therefore St George's now seeks the appointment of an architect for the remainder of the project, up to and including stage 7.

Architectural Consultancy Services for St George's Bristol.

St George's Bristol | Published September 2, 2015  -  Deadline September 28, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 45212350, 71221000, 71420000, 71220000, 71223000

St George's Bristol is a charitable organisation based in Bristol. The organisation maintains a Grade II* listed, converted church building which has been converted for the purpose of providing a concert venue and high quality entertainment facilities for the local residents. To ensure that the building remains fit for purpose St George's has elected to add a 2-storey extension to the building including some alterations to the existing building. Part of the funding for the project has been secured from the Arts Council and Heritage Lottery Fund therefore the project must comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The project is currently at stage 3 of the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. An architect was identified for the preliminary stages of the project and their appointment completes at the end of stage 3. Therefore, St George's now seeks the appointment of an architect for the remainder of the project up to and including stage 7. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information, please visit the myTenders website at: http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=162012 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

GUARDIAN Assessment Phase Requirements & Technical Project Office Support

DES ISTAR SACC | Published October 23, 2014
cpvs
71356300

The provision of four major support activity domains: - (a) Requirements capture and SRD production - (b) MODAF Architecture production - (c) Tactical Data Link (TDL) requirements capture, analysis and documentation - (d) High level Interface Control Documents (ICDs) production.

GUARDIAN Assessment Phase Requirements & Technical Project Office Support

DES ISTAR SACC | Published January 20, 2015
Winner
QinetiQ Ltd Malvern Technology Centre, St Andrews Road, Malvern, WR14 3PS
cpvs
71356300

The provision of four major support activity domains: - (a) Requirements capture and SRD production - (b) MODAF Architecture production - (c) Tactical Data Link (TDL) requirements capture, analysis and documentation - (d) High level Interface Control Documents (ICDs) production.

WECDIS S&R Phase 1b.

Ministry of Defence, Ships | Published October 1, 2014
cpvs
63724000

Navigation services. The Secretary of State for Defence (the Authority) through the Communications and Situational Awareness (CSA) Project Team intends to place further amendments to Contract SANSC2/04038 with Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems (‘the Contractor’) for the modification of the in-service Warship Electronic Chart Display Information System (WECDIS). The modifications will include software and hardware upgrades that deliver improved navigational safety, redundancy and resilience via larger tactical screen displays and a modular open systems architecture. This approach will enable functionality in the current navigation software to be fully exploited. This is required for the existing and deployed WECDIS RN to maintain compliance with safety and regulatory requirements following changes initiated by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). The solution will enable ‘blind pilotage’ in operation rooms to be reinstated for improved navigation safety, reduce maritime ship/air aviation safety risk and allow third party software and/or algorithms to be fully exploited within the modified navigation system architecture. The solution will be coherent with the wider MCS fleet wide convergence for open architecture and fully aligned with modernising geospatial and temporary referencing (G+TR) requirements.

Building consultancy services

University of Bristol | Published April 15, 2017
cpvs
71315200, 71321000, 71200000, 71311000, 71220000, 71324000, 71541000, 72224000

It is the intention of The University of Bristol to use the Restricted Procedure to appoint a fully integrated design team for the design and delivery of a new University Library.

It is intended that the fully integrated design team will comprise of:

— Architects

— M&E Engineers

— Civil & Structural Engineers

The University also intends to make separate appointments via the Restricted Procedure for:

— Project Manager

— Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager

It is the intention of the University that the fully integrated design team will be led by the Architect, with the Architect also undertaking the CDM Principal Designer duties. Consultants interested in responding to the design team element are required to respond to this procurement exercise as a complete design team.

No response / expression of interest is required at this stage; this Notice is solely to provide prior and clear notification to the market of the University's intentions and the intended structure of the appointments.

This Notice is to notify the market that the University of Bristol intends to run procurement exercises to appoint a consultant team for the design and delivery of a new University Library.

The University intends to use the Restricted Procedure to appoint a fully integrated design team, shortlisting at the first stage based on prior experience before selecting the winning consultants based on detailed technical proposals.

It is intended that the fully integrated design team will comprise of:

— Architects

— M&E Engineers

— Civil & Structural Engineers

It is the intention of the University that the design team will be led by the Architect, with the Architect also undertaking the CDM Principal Designer duties. Consultants interested in responding will be required to respond to the procurement exercise as a complete design team.

The University also intends to make separate appointments via the Restricted Procedure for:

— Project Manager

— Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager.

This Notice is to notify the market that the University of Bristol intends to run procurement exercises to appoint a consultant team for the design and delivery of a new University Library.

The University intends to use the Restricted Procedure to appoint a Quantity Surveyor / Cost Consultant. Shortlisting at the first stage will be based on prior experience, before the winning consultants are selected based on detailed technical proposals.

The University also intends to make separate appointments via the Restricted Procedure for:

— Project Manager

— Fully integrated design team (Architects, M&E Engineers, Civil & Structural Engineers).

This Notice is to notify the market that the University of Bristol intends to run procurement exercises to appoint a consultant team for the design and delivery of a new University Library.

The University intends to use the Restricted Procedure to appoint a Project Manager. Shortlisting at the first stage will be based on prior experience, before the winning consultants are selected based on detailed technical proposals.

The University also intends to make separate appointments via the Restricted Procedure for:

— Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager

— Fully integrated design team (Architects, M&E Engineers, Civil & Structural Engineers).

(For Transparency Purposes only) Delivery of a System of Systems study

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 3, 2017
cpvs
71241000

**Note: This task is being run under the FATS D&E Framework; this Notice is therefore published for Transparency Purposes only and is not an opportunity to express interest in or Tender for this Requirement.** The requirement is for the delivery of system of systems work in accordance with the Architecture Information Standard (AIS) for 2 tasks as detailed within the statement of work.

(For Transparency Purposes only) Delivery of a System of Systems study

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline April 3, 2017
Winner
Jacobs UK Limited
cpvs
71241000

**Note: This task is being run under the FATS D&E Framework; this Notice is therefore published for Transparency Purposes only and is not an opportunity to express interest in or Tender for this Requirement.** The requirement is for the delivery of system of systems work in accordance with the Architecture Information Standard (AIS) for 2 tasks as detailed within the statement of work.

Telecommunications cable and equipment

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Air Defence & Electronic Warfare Systems | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 13, 2017
cpvs
32520000, 35723000

The contract is for: the maintenance of the Intra Site Digital Link and its equipment used to connect UK ACAS main radio operating sites with associated transmitter and receiver sites, repair/disposal/replacement of damaged parts, provision of train the trainer services and emergency on-site assistance tasks.

The ISDL architecture was originally conceived and implemented in the 1980's as part of Air Staff Requirement (ASR) 888 which provided for an Improved United Kingdom Air Defence Ground Environment (IUKADGE) Integrated Command and Control System (ICCS).It underwent significant upgrade and technical refresh activities in the 1990's and early 2000's in order to work with the replacement for ICCS, the United Kingdom (UK) Air Surveillance and Control System (ASACS) Command and Control System (UCCS) and its associated communications infrastructure. The ISDL equipment is used to connect UK ASACS main radio operating sites with their associated transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) sites. The requirement is for a contract for the provision of support services for ISDL until 31.3.2022. The services include annual visit to site to maintain the equipment, management of equipment and spare parts list, delivery of train the trainer sessions and ad-hoc tasks for emergency site visits. please note that the tender documentation is available on request via email to: DESADEWS-Comrcl2a@mod.uk

Architectural Construction Consultancy Framework.

Bristol City Council | Published February 13, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
cpvs
71251000, 71324000, 71315300, 71355000, 71240000, 71541000, 71321000, 71333000, 71334000, 71000000, 71315400, 71630000, 71631300, 71220000

Architectural and building-surveying services. Quantity surveying services. Building surveying services. Surveying services. Architectural, engineering and planning services. Construction project management services. Engineering design services for mechanical and electrical installations for buildings. Mechanical engineering services. Mechanical and electrical engineering services. Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Building-inspection services. Technical inspection and testing services. Technical building-inspection services. Architectural design services. Bristol City Council is procuring a framework with a single provider for a professional construction related consultancy services. The professional services include Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying, Mechanical and Electrical, Design and Planning, Employer's Agent/Project Management, Clerk of Works and other construction related services.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Forestry Commission | Published March 18, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
71000000, 77000000

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in North England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in Yorkshire.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in Central England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in West England and Westonbirt.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in East England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in South England.

United Kingdom-Bristol: Architectural and building-surveying services

 | Published February 16, 2015
cpvs

United Kingdom-Bristol: Architectural and building-surveying services

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Magnox Limited | Published April 27, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
cpvs
72000000, 30200000, 32400000, 48000000, 48800000, 64200000, 72253000, 72315000, 72610000

This PQQ has been issued by Magnox Ltd in connection with a competitive procurement for the provision of Information Technology (IT) Managed Services, conducted in accordance with the Negotiated Procedure with prior call for competition under the Utilities Contract Regulations 2016. Magnox Ltd requires a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to deliver Information Technology Managed Services. This PQQ sets out the information which is required by Magnox Ltd in order to assess the suitability of bidders in terms of their technical knowledge and experience; capability and capacity; organisational and financial standing, to meet the requirements.

An Information Technology Managed Service to replace an existing contract which is reaching its conclusion. Magnox requires a fully managed IT Service to include the following areas of service:

— Service Desk, Incident Management and Problem Management Service.

— End User Catalogue and Procurement Service.

— Desktop Systems Service.

— Server Systems Service.

— Data Network Systems Service.

— Voice Network Systems Service.

— Asset Life-cycle Management Service.

— Secure RAS, Internet Access and Mobile Service.

— Applications Service.

— Video-conferencing Service.

— Technical Design and Architecture Service.

— Data Storage Service.

— IT Security Service.

— Availability and Service Continuity Service.

— Testing and Acceptance Service.

— Projects Service.

Detailed requirements are available through CTM.

Subject Matter Expertise to Provide Requirement Support to TSSP

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
Winner
Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd
cpvs
80630000

The Training and Simulation Systems Programme (TSSP) has a requirement to develop an increasing number of requirements document sets required to support future programmes. Subject Matter Expertise (SME) must be acquired to support the Requirement Management cell within TSSP to ensure that robust and auditable document sets are created through a System Of Systems Approach (SOSA) whilst ensuring that skills and knowledge transfer are undertaken between such SME and TSSP. Requirements are to be generated in a SOSA compliant way aligned to Training and Education Architecture (Land) (TEA(L)). This will require a close working relationship with the Authority who will agree and assure all architectural/system engineering outputs (MODAF Views). Prior to generating a requirement, a SOSA architectural analysis complying with TEA(L) shall be undertaken. The exact nature of the analysis and the associated views generated is to be proposed and agreed with the Authority. This shall require a close working relationship to be established with the Authority's TEA(L) Customer friend. On some occasions the Authority will supply the architecture and architectural analysis as GFE. Industry specialist to undertake architectural analysis, generating appropriate architectural views in order to produce User Requirement Documentation (URDs) Integrated Test, Evaluation and Acceptance Plans (ITEAPS) and System Requirement Documents (SRDs), for various future TSSP projects.

Joint MOD and Industry development and implementation of a Maritime Mission Systems (MMS) Industry E

Ministry of Defence | Published March 13, 2015
cpvs
75220000

Over the coming weeks, interested parties are sought for Industry involvement in the MMSIES (Maritime Mission Systems Industry Engagement Strategy). The overall goal of the MMSIES is to enable the creation of a sustainable enterprise that delivers world class performance of maritime mission systems capability for the Royal Navy, whilst developing a strong brand with which to improve exports in unison with the Centre of Maritime Intelligent Systems and the Defence Growth Partnership; ultimately realising opportunity, growth and value for all. This will be underpinned by an open, inclusive and collaborative enterprise working to deliver and sustain a modular, open and scalable architecture that provides the requisite levels of operational advantage, and freedom of action. The overall goals of the MMSIES are only achievable with a collaborative approach, where all members of the Enterprise have the opportunity to work together within a framework inspired by the principles of BS11000. This is the second bulletin of three; it is supported by a complementary document (available upon request) with extracts from our MMS Strategy, and an overview of our objectives for working together. The third and final bulletin will contain information on the next steps for interested parties to register their interest, in addition to a streamlined assessment that will be used to segment parties into appropriate interest groups. This does not represent a traditional DE&S project-based collaboration; rather it is a wider and further reaching opportunity to collaborate in development of enablers that will shape the way MMS delivers its equipment and supports it throughout its lifetime. There is no requirement to register at this stage, however requests for clarification (or supporting information) can be referred to the following point of contact: desshipsmcs-bmt-contractor1@mod.uk In issuing this Prior Information Notice (PIN) and engaging with the Market, MOD is not committing to carry our any procurement in relation to the strategy stated in this PIN.

BrisSynBio high performance computer system.

University of Bristol | Published December 13, 2014  -  Deadline February 3, 2015
cpvs
30211100, 48822000

The Bristol Centre for Synthetic Biology (BrisSynBio, http://www.bristol.ac.uk/brissynbio) wishes to acquire a dedicated High Performance Computer (HPC) system for life-sciences / synthetic biology applications that will complement and may be loosely integrated with the existing University of Bristol BlueCrystal Phase3 HPC system (https://www.acrc.bris.ac.uk/acrc/phase3.htm). The sum of GBP 260 000 excl. VAT is available to acquire the BrisSynBio HPC system. We require that the BrisSynBio HPC System be a heterogeneous cluster with elements to provide: — GPU-like accelerator capability supporting both CUDA and OpenCL-based applications, — high performance MPI capability, — high performance disk capability, — high availability, — all equipment must fit into the University's APC InfrastruXureTM hot aisle containment systems. We envisage that the ideal solution for the BrisSynBio HPC System will have elements to provide: — a 64-bit architecture, — either a redundant set of combined management /login nodes, or a set of redundant management nodes and a set of redundant login nodes, — the management/login nodes will be fault tolerant and resilient, — a minimum of 600 x86 cores in the compute nodes, — a minimum of 8 GPU accelerator cards capable of running applications based on CUDA and OpenCL, — Gigabit Ethernet or more for the internal administration network and the default cluster interconnect, — a high performance, low-latency interconnect for MPI traffic and I/O, — a minimum of 40 TB of usable disk storage, — a scalable storage subsystem suitable for a large HPC cluster that >> is fast, robust, resilient, highly available, easy to maintain and that may provide options for integrating with the existing Panasas storage solution used on Bluecrystal Phase3, — Scientific Linux OS, — cluster management software, — user job management software with resource usage reporting capabilities, — appropriate compilers and libraries, — all supplied software to be licensed for at least 3 years, — 3 years maintenance on all hardware and software components starting from day of acceptance, — options for a fourth year maintenance extension for the management/login nodes, networking and storage infrastructure.

Bridewell Island Old Magistrates Court.

Creative Youth Network | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 22, 2015
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71220000, 71221000, 71222000, 71240000, 71247000, 71241000, 71251000

The Creative Youth Network is a successful charity helping young people in the Bristol area develop their potential particularly in the field of performing arts and related activities. The Creative Youth Network has acquired a major site in the centre of the City part of which comprises the Old Magistrates Court, an important Grade 2 listed building which is in very poor condition after years of neglect. Having completed the conversion of an adjacent building to provide facilities for youth activities and revenue generating uses CYN now wish to commence the development of the Old Magistrates Court as a second phase of its comprehensive development of the site to provide a combination of further facilities to support its work with young people. CYN wish to recruit a conservation architect led design team to take the project forward from feasibility stage to completion (RIBA Stages 1-7). The second phase has an anticipated construction cost of approximately 5 000 000 GBP and the CYN hope to largely complete the works by 2018. The works will include major repairs to the historic listed building fabric including its fine interior and the original courts and the alteration and adaptation of the building to accommodate the proposed new uses. The CYN will be seeking the funding from a wide range of sources including the Heritage Lottery Fund and will be using the initial feasibility documentation developed by the successful applicant to support these applications. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=150769

Architectural Design Fee For Student Learning PC Hubs

University Of The West Of England | Published June 9, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
Winner
AHR
cpvs
71220000

Architectural Design Fee For Student Learning PC Hubs - Frenchay FR-F-020-CPFees:Design