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Door Entry & Communal TV Repairs and Maintenance

Estuary Housing Association Ltd | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
Winner
Scci Alphatrack
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50000000

Repair & maintenance of communal door entry systems and TV aerials in housing stock This is an OJEU compliant contract Ref 2015 / 094426

Door Entry & Communal TV Repairs and Maintenance

Estuary Housing Association Ltd | Published July 20, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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Repair & maintenance of communal door entry systems and TV aerials in housing stock This is an OJEU compliant contract Ref 2015 / 094426

Airwave TETRA radio service

Highways Agency | Published November 11, 2014
Winner
ASL Ltd , xxx
cpvs
51320000

Airwave TETRA radio service

GB-Southend on Sea: M1516-37 TV System Maintenance Contract

South Essex Homes Ltd | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
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32324600

Responsive maintenance call out service for repairs to the existing analogue and digital communal systems.

Radio Frequency Identifier (RFID) reader

MEDICINES and HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS REGULATORY AGENCY | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
Winner
CryoGaTT Systems Ltd
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31712000

The agency has a requirement for of RFIDs for tracking cryogenically preserved materials in 2ml tubes at -196°C. We wish to lease the equipment, rather than purchase as the technology is as yet unproven. The supplier should be able to provide RFID-tagged 2ml sterile cryotubes for purchase and to provide under a lease arrangement two RFID readers- one for reading and registering cryovials in the cell culture laboratory and one to read cryovials in 10x10 cryo storage boxes (132 x 132 x 53mm) in the liquid nitrogen storage facility, as well as associated computer hardware and software for tracking and registering storage locations. The RFIDs must be capable of being read at temperatures below -180°C.

Leasing Radio Frequency Identifier (RFID) readers

MEDICINES and HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS REGULATORY AGENCY | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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31712000

The agency requires RFIDs for tracking cryogenically preserved materials in 2ml tubes at -196°C. We wish to lease the equipment, rather than purchase as the technology is as yet unproven. The supplier should be able to provide RFID-tagged 2ml sterile cryotubes for purchase and to provide under a lease arrangement two RFID readers- one for the cell culture laboratory and one to read 10x10 cryo storage boxes in the liquid nitrogen storage facility, as well as associated computer hardware and software. The RFIDs must be capable of being read at temperatures below -180°C

Media Buying – Fire Kills campaign 2013/14

Department for Communities and Local Government | Published November 4, 2014
Winner
M4C 26 Red Lion Square, WC1R 4HQ
cpvs
79340000

Media Buying - Fire Kills Campaign for national press and radio, digital and social housing newsletter

GB-Essex: CP1516/02 - Replacement of Flat Roofs to Sheltered Schemes and Pitched Roofs to General Needs Properties

Castle Point Borough Council | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 23, 2015
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To strip and recover Flat roofs including upgrading insulation laying to falls New outlets where required, lift, support and replace TV cables laid on roof all works to be in high performance felt as specified. To strip and replace pitched roofs to general needs properties including facia’s and soffits new gutters and down pipes. The value of this contract shall not exceed £600,000.00

Underground Services Survey - IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING CO LTD | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 14, 2015
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The works comprise undertaking a survey of the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, to locate and plot the location of underground services. The survey work is to locate the underground services by means of radio-detection, ground penetrating radar or other non-intrusive means comprising: • Electricity cables (Extra High Voltage, High voltage and Low voltage) • Street Lighting cables • Gas pipework (limited to the far west end on the site only) • Water pipework. – Domestic and fire hydrant circuit • BT cables • IT Infrastructure • Oil lines Storm water and foul drainage pipework is known, and is omitted from the scope.

CONTINUOUS WEIGHT MEASURING DEVICE

Cranfield University | Published February 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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42923000

Continuous Weight Measuring Device A set of 24 continuous weight measuring devices with integrated stand are required to operate in an experimental glasshouse environment, beneath large soil modules in which a wide variety of horticultural and arable crops will be grown (see schematic). The purpose of the devices is to enable the determination of water balances within the soil modules. The measurement devices will need to be linked to a data logging system which is compatible with a LemnaTec data management system in the glasshouse, and must be portable in the sense that they can be moved when not in use. The facility will be located in close proximity to Cranfield airfield, thus the measurement system will need to have sufficient screening to avoid radio interference.

Invitation to Tender for Cumberland Towers External Refurbishment and Heating system replacement.

Ipswich Borough Council | Published December 31, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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45400000

The Employer, Ipswich Borough Council, wishes to carry out external improvement works to Cumberland Towers to improve the building thermally and aesthetically. The Employer is seeking the services of a competent and experienced Principal Contractor to carry out these works. The works generally comprise the following: • Concrete and masonry repairs as structural report. • Supply and install insulated brick slips up to ground floor ceiling height externally. • Window replacement. • Supply and install aluminium window pods to rectify cold bridging. • Remove all items attached to walls which may impede the application of external wall insulation or render. • Supply and install exit doors to fit flush with new façade. • Enabling works such as flue extensions etc. as well as working around. • External wall insulation and render finish to all elevations above ground floor level. • Removal and disposal of existing balconies. • Removal and disposal of asbestos panels from balcony area. • Pigeon guano, builders and any other debris to be removed form balcony areas including window and doors. • Relocation of telecommunications equipment. • Design, supply and install enclosed glazed balconies in conjunction with EWI. • Replacement heating installation. • Reroofing. We highlight there are various Contractor Design Requirements for aspects of the works, notably the structural repairs, external wall insulation render system, balcony enclosures, window pods, roof and associated works. Your proposals must be based on the performance specifications and design concept drawing included in the Tender Documentation. Your proposals in these respects will be scrutinised carefully during the tender adjudication process. The form of contract will be the JCT Intermediate Contract with Contractor’s Design 2011. The Preambles and Specification documents should be read in conjunction with the Preliminaries, Individual Performance Specifications, the Contract Conditions and other all other tender documentation.

Museum and Gallery Environmental Monitoring and Control System

Southend-On-Sea Borough Council | Published July 24, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
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Southend Museums Service are proposing to upgrade the environmental monitoring and control systems currently in use within the 5 sites that make up the service. The Company providing such a system should be an established, recognised and trusted supplier with a reliable and tested system. They should be listed in the Museums Association Directory of Suppliers – this ensures we are abiding by the national standards of care set out for museums and galleries. The Company should be able to supply and install both an environmental monitoring system (radio-telemetric) and an environmental control system. Both systems must be extremely accurate and reliable. Control systems should have the ability to maintain Relative Humidity levels ideally below 20% and no more than 30% for a proposed archaeological metals store which requires a stable environment with minimal variations. The system must accurately monitor, RH, temperature, UV and Lux levels and be robust, yet discreet in order to be unobtrusive within the museum service’s buildings and galleries. The system must provide flexibility and have options for individual showcase monitoring with transmitters that record RH, Temperature, Lux and UV in one unit; LCD screens on individual transmitters to allow spot checks to be carried out and they must afford us the capability of moving the transmitters around the galleries as necessary. The Company would ideally be geographically located close to our region (Essex) and provide us with a dedicated calibration / maintenance service and full user-training and continuing technical support. When submitting your quote please email these to clairereed@southend.gov.uk. Please set out what technology/system you're offering and also clarity as to what maintenance is on offer. Please make it clear what the associated costs are for each element of this service.

Control Room Solutions Programme (CRS Programme)

Department of Health | Published January 12, 2015  -  Deadline February 11, 2015
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72000000, 64200000, 48000000, 32000000, 30000000

This notice supplements a Prior Information Notice (2014/S 209-370220) designed to notify the market of the forthcoming procurement for the Department of Health Control Room Solutions Programme (CRS Programme). Prospective suppliers interested in attending Programme events (commencing from 14 January 2015 onwards) or receiving Information Packs during the pre-procurement phase (including early user requirements, terms and conditions, etc.) should contact crs.arp@nhs.net to register their interest as soon as possible. The CRS Programme will deliver the next generation of control room solutions enabling NHS Trusts to benefit from technological advances whilst providing increased flexibility, performance and suitability which will enable improvements to patient care. A separate programme entitled the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP) has been established with the remit of delivering the future national mobile communication capabilities for all emergency services. This will be known as the Emergency Services Network (ESN). ESMCP is a cross-government programme hosted by the Home Office and has representation from all the emergency services. The scope of ESMCP does not include all elements currently covered under the ARP (Ambulance Radio Programme) contract, including Control Room Solutions. It is therefore the intention of the CRS Programme to deliver the next generation of control room communications solutions into the Ambulance Service. NHS Ambulance Trusts in England and Wales will be the direct beneficiaries of the CRS procurement, with possible additional beneficiaries comprising other government agencies and/or authorities. The ARP contracts begin to expire from 2017 through to 2020. In addition, the current Ambulance control room solutions will be end of life by 2020. However, the CRS Programme will need to closely adhere to the timescales of the ESMCP delivery to ensure critical communications are maintained - therefore the intention is to ensure the CRS Programme commences service from Q4, 2016 onwards, and is fully interoperable with the current tetra and DS2000 ICCS technologies during the transition phase from 2016 through to 2020. The procurement of the ESN is planned to begin Q1 calendar year 2015 with new service contracts expected to be awarded during Q4 2015 to facilitate service delivery in line with the ESMCP Programme. The CRS Programme team plans to host supplier events and market sounding meetings in the lead up to the release of the OJEU Contract Notice to further develop its understanding of the market and ensure procurement readiness.

Easten Regional Special Operations Unit Asset Realisation Framework

Bedfordshire Police | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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Eastern Regional Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) require a contractor to sell items that have formed part of a Confiscation Order of the Court under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), 2002 and Drug Trafficking Act 1994 and Criminal Justice Act 1988 (as amended) by the most cost effective and secure method of realising assets to maximise returns. All items offered for sale under the agreement will be legitimate pre-purchased goods, only the method of the original purchase was corrupt. The proceeds from confiscation orders go back into the public purse to fund future prosecutions and benefit the community and the Contractor will maximise the return on the items sold. ERSOU are looking to contract with a maximum of one contractor on the framework using a call off procedure. It is anticipated that the agreement will include the realisation of return on the following asset types: • boats, yachts, plant and machinery, cars, motorcycles & other vehicles; • personal registrations (vehicle number plates); • Jewellery and watches, antiques and fine art; • Personal Property, other miscellaneous property such as costume jewellery; • clothing, designer clothing and accessories, electronic equipment; • televisions, music systems, games, computers, sports equipment; • Houses and other permanent structures land and commercial property. ERSOU framework covers Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary Hertfordshire Constabulary, Norfolk Constabulary, Suffolk Constabulary, Essex Police. There may be options to include Kent Police under ERSOU and Police Forces' Property Offices at a later stage.
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