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CA3132 - Ambulance Radio Programme Benchmark Review

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015

The Ambulance Radio Programme (ARP) provides NHS ambulance services in England with a digital radio network and associated communications services, including a managed service for radio terminals, Integrated Communications Control Systems (ICCS) and mobile data applications. The current technology for critical voice communications is TETRA and the current provider is Airwave Solutions Limited (ASL). The contractual agreement between the Department of Health (DH) and ASL provides for a benchmark review to be undertaken in accordance with the procedures set out in Clause 22 of the Project Agreement (Annex B of the ITT) and Schedule 1.4: Benchmarking (Annex C of the ITT). Tenders are invited from bidders in accordance with the requirements set out within the ITT. - To access this competition: login to and view the opportunity CA3132. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit then register and quote CA3132 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

Bidder Event - Supply, Installation & Operation of LED Advertising Screens & TV Screens in Various Torbay Locations

Torbay Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 19, 2016

Bidder Event - Supply, Installation & Operation of LED Advertising Screens & TV Screens in Various Torbay Locations DATES and VENUES as follows: Monday 18 January 2016 - 10.00 - 13.00 Torbay Council, Town Hall, Torquay TQ1 3DR Tuesday 19 January 2016 - 10.00 - 13.00 Torbay Council, Town Hall, Torquay TQ1 3DR The Authority is undertaking market research into the possible solutions and innovative ideas around offering advertising space on large LED Screens on the following prominent sites in Torbay: Windy Corner, Churston Ferrers - Junction of Brixham Road and Dartmouth Road A3022/A379; Tweenaway Cross, Paignton - Junction of Totnes Road and Brixham Road; The Willows, Torquay - Junction of Browns Bridge Road and Riviera Way; Hollicombe Railway Bridge, Preston A3022 - Junction with Wheatridge Lane, Torquay. In addition it is intended to provide large TV screens to provide the public with access to, for example, sporting events at the following sites: Princess Gardens, Torquay Torre Abbey Meadow, Torquay Paignton Green The aim of the Bidder Events is to consult with providers on the best way forward in delivering this project to maximize income for the Authority and to give providers the opportunity to present and discuss their proposed solutions with the Authority's representatives. Following this Bidder Event the way forward decided by the Authority will be subject to a Public Procurement Tender Process. To reserve your place(s) please email A time slot will be allocated to you upon confirmation of your booking. Please note that places are limited to two from each organisation, one to be from the operational side of the organisation.

Sub Contractor Framework: Responsive Works and Planned Works (Blandford)

Spectrum Property Care | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline February 15, 2016

Spectrum Property Care (SPC) is a long established wholly owned subsidiary of Spectrum Housing Group that is dedicated to becoming the best building and maintenance provider within the industry. We maintain, repair and improve in excess of 45,000 homes responding to the needs of 150,000 social housing residents across the South of England each year. Our principle activity is the provision of property contracting services to both Spectrum's Registered Providers and external organisations (mainly Registered Providers or Public Sector organisations). We cover the spectrum of repairs and maintenance services including emergency response repairs and voids. We have particular expertise in planned maintenance programmes including the installation of new kitchens and bathrooms, electrical rewires and upgrades, heating installations and servicing. The business geography covers a large portion of the South and South West Region including the IOW through 5 business centres in Blandford, Poole, Frome, Ryde and Exeter. This framework is to identify a number of suitably qualified and experienced Sub Contractors who will be selected for inclusion to a multi trade contractor’s framework to fulfil requirements for the SPC Blandford business centre, which principally covers the Spectrum Housing Group stock in the South West. The framework will provide for the following services: Decorating, Fencing, Flooring, Groundworks, Kitchen, Bathroom and WC Installations, Plastering, Rewires, Roofing, Scaffolding, TV Aerials and Workshop Joinery

Maintenance of CCTV, Access Control, Intruder Alarms & Monitoring

GREAT WESTERN HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published March 9, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2016

Maintenance of CCTV, Access Control, Intruder Alarm Monitoring at various hospital sites across Wiltshire. To include the following: •Routine full on-site inspections of the system(s) annually in accordance with the required frequencies •A 24 hour technical service where the client can speak to a suitable qualified engineer for assistance (reviewing playback and saving to disk, and for technical assistance by the trust’s own on-call technicians). •A professional and expert advice and guidance to trust staff on the cost effective selection, installation and maintenance of all systems, together with relevant orders of costs in the form of written quotations, for approval prior to any change, modification, enhancement in whole or in part, being implemented •Service and maintain any existing portable wire-free intruder detection systems •Full coverage for all existing access control (i.e. those access control devices not controlled centrally by linked computer) and intruder alarm systems, comprising all components thereof e.g. controllers, keypads, attached devices, batteries, cabling, connectivity/communications from systems, programming etc., with mains power, network or telecommunications provision being the responsibility of the trust within the community sites •Full coverage for the CCTV systems currently installed within the trust community sites, including all linked cameras, all control and recording equipment and its communications infrastructure and related equipment

Telemetric In-Cab Information System for South Hams District Council

South Hams District Council | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline July 10, 2015

THE PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS BELOW ARE READ ONLY. DO NOT USE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT A TENDER. APPLICANTS MUST REGISTER AN INTEREST TO ACCESS THE PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT. ONLY APPLICANTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED AN INTEREST WILL RECEIVE UPDATE NOTIFICATIONS AS TO PROGRESS OF THE PROCUREMENT, RESPONSES TO CLARIFICATION QUESTIONS AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION PERTINENT TO THIS OPPORTUNITY. South Hams District Council is situated on the south coast bordering Plymouth to the west and the Districts of Teignbridge and Torbay to the East. The A38 trunk road crosses the district at the northern side. The terrain has caused difficulties in the past with a regular disruption to the mobile phone signal and radio communications are spasmodic at best. The Authority is seeking a Contractor that can provide them with a robust in-cab telemetric monitor and reporting System that can be utilised both as a fixed in-cab unit and as a hand held option for operatives/managers. The System provided must be able to meet the specification as detailed within the procurement documents. It is intended that any resultant Contract shall commence as soon after receipt of formal letter of award as may be agreed, subject to Member approval. Contract period to be a period of three (3) years with the ability to extend the additional support for a further maximum period of two (2) years, to be awarded in annual increments, or until the end of the allocated budget subject to termination clauses contained within either the Standard or Special Terms and Conditions, whichever prevails. Suppliers interested in this opportunity should express their interest by clicking on the 'login and register interest' button below. New users to the system must register first to obtain a user name and password before returning to this opportunity. Please refer to the suppliers guide 'Visiting Site for the First Time' by clicking the 'Help' button. Once suppliers have expressed their interest they can access the procurement documentation from 'My Opportunities' on the home page.


DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 27, 2015

Forestry Commission England (FCE) is divided into two main areas, Forest Enterprise England (FEE) and Forest Services (FS). These areas are supported by a National Office Team based in Bristol. FCE is reliant on effective and efficient IS Services to achieve successful delivery of its corporate targets. This requirement is commissioned specifically by FEE as the biggest organisation within England with the largest user base and systems landscape. The scope though will need to cover the requirements of FS due to the close integration currently in place. We currently benefit from the provision of Information Services as part of the Forestry Commission’s Corporate Services Team based in Silvan House in Edinburgh. This IS Service is a shared and integrated service delivered across FC to colleagues within Scotland, to our Central Services teams and to Forest Research, as well as FCE. The service covers the full range of IS functions including Enterprise Systems Delivery, Desktop Management, Data Networks, voice networks, Business Solutions Development, Radio and Electronics and Service Desk. Integral to these technical services, is also the provision of a broader set of management activities. As the Forestry Commission continues to devolve over the next 5 years, FEE and FCE more broadly needs to take responsibility for its own delivery of corporate services which includes Information Services. It therefore needs to develop a strong understanding of its current and future IS requirements, and options and business cases for future service delivery. Please express your interest in this tender to Sarah Willmott by email or in writing by the 27th of May 2015 to allow us to notify you of any questions and answers we may receive.

Purchase of Asphalt Distribution Systems

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published May 11, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015

Cornwall Council are looking to source equipment for use by its wholly owned company, Cormac Solutions Ltd, that will enable it to accurately place asphalt material on the carriageway and adjacent footpaths in the course of their highways maintenance activities. The device to do this will be mounted to the rear of the vehicle and take asphalt from the vehicle body and be capable of depositing it, in a controlled manner, to each side of the vehicle and to the rear of the vehicle. The operation of the device must be by a hand held radio remote control system. The device must be suitably insulated to ensure the material reaches the road surface at the correct temperature and also to avoid blockages if material is stood within the machine. The device must be capable of being quickly demounted from, and remounted to the asphalt carrying truck body. The asphalt bodies are to be fully insulated and sheeted and, when fully loaded, be able to be mounted to, and demounted from the carrying vehicle. The bodies must be built to accept the asphalt distributor machine. The loading system for the bodies must also be capable of loading a body on and off the trailer behind. The trailers must be built to accept the insulated asphalt bodies and will be loaded and unloaded by the towing vehicle’s body mounting/de-mounting system. Bodies must be capable of being moved from the trailer, on and off the towing vehicle chassis. The vehicle itself must be capable of being operated remotely from outside the cab during the spreading operation. Suitable sensors and safety devices must be fitted to ensure it can be operated safely with no danger to operators, workmen or members of the public. Written confirmation from the relevant UK Government body that the vehicle remote operation from outside the cab, whilst spreading asphalt, is compliant with UK legislation and whether the vehicle asphalt spreading system and transport of materials using trailers is subject to Goods Vehicle Operator Licence requirements. Failure to provide this written proof will disqualify the tenderer.

Taunton Academy - Catering Services

THE LITMUS PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Taunton Academy. Taunton Academy provides education for up to 1150 students aged between 11 and 19, including 100 in Years 12 and 13. Taunton Academy has undergone an £11 million investment programme, which was completed in 2013, and students are now enjoying the full use of new and exciting facilities! They are benefiting fully from brand new resources, with the opportunity to stay on for post 16 provision again in brand new facilities! The Academy is one of only two secondary schools in Taunton that offer 11-18 education. Every student has an iPad to assist with their learning and access a wide range of resources, increasing both their enjoyment of lessons and progress within each subject. All the buildings have been designed to take into account the latest in education technology and initiative, including a multi-million pound new Science wing with a Super Lab where students thrive in a 'hands on' learning environment. There are many opportunities to be involved in exciting learning programmes, where students are developing their leadership skills and growing in confidence using a wide range of IT which gives them individual access through our wireless systems. The Design and Technology zone offers a pro-kitchen for budding chefs and a range of workshop experiences. Art, Music and Drama are housed in a three story building and is the 'heartbeat' of the Academy with its own radio station, recording facilities, and dance facilities. The Academy’s values of Aspiration, Integrity and Respect are core to the learning community. The 'Heart spaces' within each 'College', give space, light and an open, enjoyable learning, self-study, social, supportive and exciting spaces. The Academy sponsors are Richard Huish Trust. (Please read the School Prospectus on the Taunton Academy web site.) The contract will commence on 1 September 2016 for three years, with the possibility of an extension up to a maximum of ten years. The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the Academy, which also includes all hospitality and free issue requirements. The school also provides send out lunches to two Primary schools in the area. The Academy expects the successful contractor to be committed to compliance with the School Food Plan, using fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients prepared on site. Commitment to other school initiatives and Government policies that are relevant to catering is also required. The Academy’s contract turnover excluding the Primary school send outs is circa £103,000 per annum.
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