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Provision of Insurance Services and related risk management and claims handling services to bpha.

bpha Limited | Published February 24, 2015
Winner
Zurich Municipal
cpvs
66510000

Insurance Services. Insurance and related services to property, business interruption, public and employers liability, work in progress and other insurance as required by bpha.

Provision of Insurance Services and related risk management and claims handling services to bpha.

bpha Limited | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline December 9, 2014
cpvs
66510000

Insurance services. Insurance and related services to property, business interruption, public and employers liability, work in progress,and other insurance as required by bpha.

Bedford Borough Council Insurance Tender excluding Broker Services.

Bedford Borough Council | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
cpvs
66510000, 66516400, 66513200, 66516100, 66515100, 66515000, 66515200, 66516500, 66516000, 66510000, 66516000, 66516400, 66516500, 66515410, 66512100, 66513200, 66514100, 66514110, 66515200, 66516100, 66519200, 66510000

Insurance services. General liability insurance services. Contractor's all-risk insurance services. Motor vehicle liability insurance services. Fire insurance services. Damage or loss insurance services. Property insurance services. Professional liability insurance services. Liability insurance services. Material Damage including General Properties including Contents, Housing, Flats, Education, Commercial and Industrial, Leasehold Right to Buy, Farm Properties, Motor Vehicle Accumulation, Business Interruption, Contract Works, Money, Specified All Risks, Computers, Casualty Including EL, PL, FG, OI, PI, Hirers Liability, Motor Fleet, School Minibuses, Engineering Insurance and Inspection, Group PA and Travel and School Journeys, Terrorism. Excluding Broker Services.

Innovation & Commercialisation Support Consultancy Tender

 | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline June 20, 2016
cpvs
79120000

Cranfield University is seeking tenders from potential suppliers to support its technology transfer and commercialisation activity. The successful bidder will work closely with newly established Research and Innovation Office at Cranfield which supports staff and students across the university with all aspects of research and innovation development. The contract will cover support for IP Management and Licensing, Entrepreneurship and Business Creation, and Translational Funding Support. The supplier will also be responsible for project management of this activity, recording the status of projects on internal databases and producing activity reports for senior managers. It is expected that the successful bidder will be awarded a 3 year contract. Potential suppliers should aim to offer effective solutions which meet Cranfield’s strategic requirements that are based on credible track records and exploitation of existing networks and expertise. Preference will be given to enterprising, outcome-focussed proposals.

Storage and warehousing services.

Bedford Borough Council | Published November 21, 2015
Winner
Oasis
cpvs
63120000, 63121100, 72317000, 63121000

BBC166 Archiving Services. The records management service provided by Bedfordshire Archives Service was established in 1986 and until 2002 stored all material received in its own storage areas. Since 2002 the service has supplemented its own storage capacity with external storage provided by an established storage company. Current annual volume of business — Currently have 36 078 boxes (390 mm long by 308 mm wide by 277 mm high ) stored with our current supplier — Sent 3 898 boxes for storage in the last year — Boxes requested back = 3 045 — Boxes destroyed by current supplier = 41. We anticipate this will increase. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (the ‘Regulations’) and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services.

BBC166 Archiving Services.

Bedford Borough Council | Published February 12, 2015  -  Deadline March 17, 2015
cpvs
63120000, 63121100, 72317000, 63121000

BBC166 Archiving Services. The records management service provided by Bedfordshire Archives Service was established in 1986 and until 2002 stored all material received in its own storage areas. Since 2002 the service has supplemented its own storage capacity with external storage provided by an established storage company. Current annual volume of business — Currently have 36 078 boxes (390 mm long by 308 mm wide by 277 mm high ) stored with our current supplier — Sent 3 898 boxes for storage in the last year — Boxes requested back = 3 045 — Boxes destroyed by current supplier = 41. We anticipate this will increase. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (the "Regulations") and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services.

BBC159 — Provision of enforcement agent services.

Bedford Borough Council | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline January 13, 2015
cpvs
75242110, 79714110, 79940000, 75242110

Bedford Borough Council (‘the Council') is seeking expressions of interest from suitable qualified organisations wishing to enter into a contract for the provision of certificated civil enforcement agent services in respect of the following debt categories: — Council Tax; — Non Domestic Rates (NNDR); — Business Improvement District Levy;- Housing Benefit Overpayments; and — Sundry Debts The Council reserves the right to include ancillary services should it be required at a later date during the contract period, particularly reserving the right to add (but not limited to) Parking Contravention Penalties and Community Infrastructure Levy. The provision of the Services will need to be delivered in accordance with the Local Government Finance Acts 1988 and 1992 (as amended), all associated secondary legislation and in line with the Bedford Borough Council Fair Debt Collection Policy. It is the Council's intention to award a contract (the ‘Contract') to each of the top two (2) ranking Bidders for a period of three (3) years excluding possible extensions. It is anticipated that the Contract will commence in February 2015. The winning Contractors will be required to provide a national coverage so that liability orders can be executed anywhere in England and Wales. The total amount of debt sent to the Council's current providers from 1.4.2011 to date is shown below as follows: Year commencing No. of CTX Cases Amount No of NDR Cases Amount Total Amount 01/04/2011 7,552 £4,399,692.07 632 £2,656,190.03 £7,055,882.1001/04/2012 5,271 £3,366,713.04 478 £1,701,801.23 £5,068,514.2701/04/2013 4,239 £2,839,225.93 332 £1,195,684.11 £4,034,910.0401/04/2014 to date 2,162 £1,674,152.00 179 £653,000.00 £2,327,152.00 Overall Total 19,224 £12,279,783.04 1,621 £6,206,675.37 £18,486,458.41 The Council reserves the right to enter into the whole or part of this contract, both in terms of the scale and scope of the contract. The publication of this Contract Notice and the Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’) Pack in no way commit the Council to award any contract pursuant to any tender process. More specifically, the Council reserves the right to: - Cancel, postpone, suspend or abort the selection and evaluation process at any stage or this procurement in its entirety; and- Amend the terms, conditions and/or requirements. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting contract and there is no guarantee that any contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. Bidders shall have no claim whatsoever against the Council in respect of any costs incurred by Bidders in preparing their tender submissions (including but not limited to abortive costs incurred by unsuccessful Bidders and/or Bidders who made the decision to withdraw from the procurement, costs incurred as a result of the Council's decision to cancel the procurement). In particular (but without limitation) the Council shall not make any payments to any Bidder save as expressly provided for in any agreement, if and when any such agreement is entered into. For further information, please refer to the ITT Pack that will be issued to interested organisations. Details on the registration are provided in Section VI.3 of this Notice. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006, as amended (the ‘Regulations’) and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services. In light of the new statutory fee structure imposed by The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 and The Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations 2014, which came into effect on 6.4.2014, the Contract shall be awarded on the basis of 100 % Quality.

Lower Thames Crossing — Technical Partner

Highways England | Published May 21, 2016
Winner
Cascade made up of CH2M Hill UK / Hyder Consulting (UK) Ltd / COWI A/S JV
cpvs
71311000, 71310000, 71320000, 71500000

The Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) is a new road crossing of the Thames Estuary, east of London, between Essex and Kent with new infrastructure and operational arrangements to increase capacity and improve resilience on the Strategic Road Network. The existing Dartford-Thurrock crossing provides a vital link for many business travellers, haulage companies and holidaymakers travelling to and from Europe via the English Channel, as well as linking communities both north and south of the Thames. However, over recent years traffic volumes have increased and the crossing now regularly exceeds its original design capacity of 135 000 vehicles a day. Congestion and delay are major problems, and conditions are expected to get worse in future. Therefore the Lower Thames Crossing scheme is exploring 2 options to relieve the stress on this link. The LTC is a technically challenging project and although the crossing type and location will not be decided until early 2016, we are looking for a Technical Partner to provide leading expertise in the key disciplines outlined below in order to ensure successful delivery of this high profile project. This project gives a potential supplier the chance to be involved in a team who are working to deliver a 2 500 000 000 GBP - 5 000 000 000 GBP scheme which will be 1 of Highway England's biggest projects. The Technical Partner will need to demonstrate extensive experience in the development and delivery of large complex transport infrastructure schemes in the current UK planning environment. This includes being able to provide strong leadership, excellent technical capability and proven expertise in the design of and construction of large bridges, immersed tube and bored tunnels. This is a long term appointment, likely to be in excess of 10 years, and required to support an accelerated delivery schedule. The successful Technical Partner will be required to work in collaboration with multiple partners to; — Provide and demonstrate expertise in all relevant river crossing types in order to accelerate the delivery schedule and able to provide all required capabilities without compromise. — Provide design leadership and technical expertise in the preparation of preliminary designs (including surveys and sampling), Environmental Impact assessments (EIA) and other technical documentation to support an application for the relevant permissions / consents. — Manage the pre-application engagement with the Planning Inspectorate (PIN) and develop / manage the application (likely to be a Development Consent Order (DCO)) including technical stakeholder engagement and pre application consultation process. — Progress the procurement of its works contractor or multiple contractors in parallel with the completion and submission of a DCO application. Provide a seamless transition in to delivery immediately following award of the DCO and the associated consents. — Provide assurance, supervision and coordination of the activities of contractors. — Ensure liaison with Network Operations and assure the technical elements of the Delivery Phase ( Design and Construction). — Develop illustrative / reference design proposals to enable procurement of 1 or more main contractors and essential advanced or enabling works regardless of the procurement or funding route.

BBC203 Management and prevention of excess weight.

Bedford Borough Council | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
BeeZee Bodies CiC
cpvs
85100000, 98000000, 85140000

The Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified organisation for the provision of services to both prevent and manage excess weight in children, young people and adults throughout Bedfordshire. The Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified organisation for the provision of services to both prevent and manage excess weight in children, young people and adults throughout Bedfordshire. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (the ‘Regulations’) and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services. Bedford Borough Council also on behalf of Central Bedfordshire Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified service provider to design and deliver a service to support the prevention and management of excess weight for both children and young people aged 5-19 and adults including women who are pregnant and men, across Bedford Borough (BBC) and Central Bedfordshire (CBC). The services will form an integral part of the local excess weight care pathway, with clear referral routes between the two Tiers of the pathway commissioned by public health (Tier 1 and Tier 2) and into the Tiers commissioned by Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (Tier 3 and Tier 4)The Council reserves the right to enter into the whole or part of this contract, both in terms of the scale and scope of the contract. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting contract and there is no guarantee that any contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. Bidders shall have no claim whatsoever against the Council in respect of any costs incurred by Bidders in preparing their tender submissions (including but not limited to abortive costs incurred by unsuccessful Bidders and/or Bidders who made the decision to withdraw from the procurement, costs incurred as a result of the Council's decision to cancel the procurement). In particular (but without limitation) the Council shall not make any payments to any Bidder save as expressly provided for in any agreement, if and when any such agreement is entered into. For further information, please refer to the ITT Pack that will be issued to interested organisations. Details on the registration are provided in Section VI.3) of this Notice. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006, as amended (the ‘Regulations’) and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services. It is anticipated that the Contract will be awarded in at the end of May 2015 and the Contract Commencement Date will be 1.9.2015.The Contract will run for a period of 3 years and 7 months from 1.9.2015 with an option to extend for any period or periods of up to 2 years in 6 or 12 month blocks, such extension to be exercised by agreement between the Council and the Contractor.

BBC203 Management and prevention of excess weight.

Bedford Borough Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 98000000, 85140000

The Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified organisation for the provision of services to both prevent and manage excess weight in children, young people and adults throughout Bedfordshire. The Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified organisation for the provision of services to both prevent and manage excess weight in children, young people and adults throughout Bedfordshire. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (the "Regulations") and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services. Bedford Borough Council also on behalf of Central Bedfordshire Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified service provider to design and deliver a service to support the prevention and management of excess weight for both children and young people aged 5-19 and adults including women who are pregnant and men, across Bedford Borough (BBC) and Central Bedfordshire (CBC). The services will form an integral part of the local excess weight care pathway, with clear referral routes between the two Tiers of the pathway commissioned by public health (Tier 1 and Tier 2) and into the Tiers commissioned by Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (Tier 3 and Tier 4)The Council reserves the right to enter into the whole or part of this contract, both in terms of the scale and scope of the contract.No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting contract and there is no guarantee that any contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. Bidders shall have no claim whatsoever against the Council in respect of any costs incurred by Bidders in preparing their tender submissions (including but not limited to abortive costs incurred by unsuccessful Bidders and/or Bidders who made the decision to withdraw from the procurement, costs incurred as a result of the Council's decision to cancel the procurement). In particular (but without limitation) the Council shall not make any payments to any Bidder save as expressly provided for in any agreement, if and when any such agreement is entered into. For further information, please refer to the ITT Pack that will be issued to interested organisations. Details on the registration are provided in Section V1.3 of this Notice. The services to be procured fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contract Regulations 2006, as amended (the "Regulations") and the Council does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to Part B Services. It is anticipated that the Contract will be awarded in at the end of May 2015 and the Contract Commencement Date will be 1.9.2015.The Contract will run for a period of three years and seven months from 1.9.2015 with an option to extend for any period or periods of up to two (2) years in six (6) or twelve (12) month blocks, such extension to be exercised by agreement between the Council and the Contractor.

Lower Thames Crossing- Technical Partner.

Highways England | Published April 4, 2015
cpvs
71312000, 71320000, 71500000, 71310000

The Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) is a new road crossing of the Thames Estuary, east of London, between Essex and Kent with new infrastructure and operational arrangements to increase capacity and improve resilience on the Strategic Road Network. The existing Dartford-Thurrock crossing provides a vital link for many business travellers, haulage companies and holidaymakers travelling to and from Europe via the English Channel, as well as linking communities both north and south of the Thames. However, over recent years traffic volumes have increased and the crossing now regularly exceeds its original design capacity of 135,000 vehicles a day. Congestion and delay are major problems, and conditions are expected to get worse in future. Therefore the Lower Thames Crossing scheme is exploring two options to relieve the stress on this link. The LTC is a technically challenging project and although the crossing type and location will not be decided until early 2016, we are looking for a Technical Partner to provide leading expertise in the key disciplines outlined below in order to ensure successful delivery of this high profile project. This project gives a potential supplier the chance to be involved in a team who are working to deliver a £2.5 – 5 billion scheme which will be one of Highway England's biggest projects. The Technical Partner will need to demonstrate extensive experience in the development and delivery of large complex transport infrastructure schemes in the current UK planning environment. This includes being able to provide strong leadership, excellent technical capability and proven expertise in the design of and construction of large bridges, immersed tube and bored tunnels. This is a long term appointment, likely to be in excess of 10 years, and required to support an accelerated delivery schedule. The successful Technical Partner will be required to work in collaboration with multiple partners to; — Provide and demonstrate expertise in all relevant river crossing types in order to accelerate the delivery schedule and able to provide all required capabilities without compromise. — Provide design leadership and technical expertise in the preparation of preliminary designs (including surveys and sampling), Environmental Impact assessments (EIA) and other technical documentation to support an application for the relevant permissions / consents. — Manage the pre application engagement with the Planning Inspectorate (PIN) and develop / manage the application (likely to be a Development Consent Order (DCO)) including technical stakeholder engagement and pre application consultation process. — Progress the procurement of its works contractor or multiple contractors in parallel with the completion and submission of a DCO application. Provide a seamless transition in to delivery immediately following award of the DCO and the associated consents. — Provide assurance, supervision and coordination of the activities of contractors. Ensure liaison with Network Operations and assure the technical elements of the Delivery Phase ( Design and Construction). — Develop illustrative / reference design proposals to enable procurement of one or more main contractors and essential advanced or enabling works regardless of the procurement or funding route. Please note that from the 1 April 2015 the Highways Agency will become a government owned company called Highways England. It was appointed as a strategic highways company by way of an Order made by the Secretary of State pursuant to section 1 of the Infrastructure Act 2015.

Lower Thames Crossing — Technical Partner.

Highways England | Published June 11, 2015  -  Deadline July 9, 2015
cpvs
71311000, 71320000, 71500000, 71310000

The Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) is a new road crossing of the Thames Estuary, east of London, between Essex and Kent with new infrastructure and operational arrangements to increase capacity and improve resilience on the Strategic Road Network. The existing Dartford — Thurrock crossing provides a vital link for many business travellers, haulage companies and holidaymakers travelling to and from Europe via the English Channel, as well as linking communities both north and south of the Thames. However, over recent years traffic volumes have increased and the crossing now regularly exceeds its original design capacity of 135 000 vehicles a day. Congestion and delay are major problems, and conditions are expected to get worse in future. Therefore the Lower Thames Crossing scheme is exploring two options to relieve the stress on this link. The LTC is a technically challenging project and although the crossing type and location will not be decided until early 2016, we are looking for a Technical Partner to provide leading expertise in the key disciplines outlined below in order to ensure successful delivery of this high profile project. This project gives a potential supplier the chance to be involved in a team who are working to deliver a 2 500 000 000 — 5 000 000 000 GBP scheme which will be 1 of Highway England's biggest projects. The Technical Partner will need to demonstrate extensive experience in the development and delivery of large complex transport infrastructure schemes in the current UK planning environment. This includes being able to provide strong leadership, excellent technical capability and proven expertise in the design of and construction of large bridges, immersed tube and bored tunnels. This is a long term appointment, likely to be in excess of 10 years, and required to support an accelerated delivery schedule. The successful Technical Partner will be required to work in collaboration with multiple partners to; — Provide and demonstrate expertise in all relevant river crossing types in order to accelerate the delivery schedule and able to provide all required capabilities without compromise. — Provide design leadership and technical expertise in the preparation of preliminary designs (including surveys and sampling), Environmental Impact assessments (EIA) and other technical documentation to support an application for the relevant permissions / consents. — Manage the pre application engagement with the Planning Inspectorate (PIN) and develop / manage the application (likely to be a Development Consent Order (DCO)) including technical stakeholder engagement and pre application consultation process. — Progress the procurement of its works contractor or multiple contractors in parallel with the completion and submission of a DCO application. Provide a seamless transition in to delivery immediately following award of the DCO and the associated consents. — Provide assurance, supervision and coordination of the activities of contractors. — Ensure liaison with Network Operations and assure the technical elements of the Delivery Phase ( Design and Construction). — Develop illustrative / reference design proposals to enable procurement of one or more main contractors and essential advanced or enabling works regardless of the procurement or funding route. Please note that on the 1.4.2015 the Highways Agency became a government owned company, Highways England. It was appointed as a strategic highways company by way of an Order made by the Secretary of State pursuant to section 1 of the Infrastructure Act 2015. The Technical Partner Tender is to be let under the Terms of the NEC3 Professional Services Contract (Option G) as adopted/modified by the Highways England. The Contract will be advertised via OJEU (Restricted Procedure) and suppliers will be shortlisted following pre-qualification. Services under a Task Orders may be paid for as: — Lump Sum — on satisfactory completion of an activity; — Target Cost; or — Time charge. Highways England will select the appropriate payment approach for the specific Task Order. For Pre-qualification it is the intention to pre-qualify suppliers by means of a number of suitability and selection criteria. Suitability criteria will be mandatory and assessed on a pass/fail basis. Only those companies who comply with all suitability criteria will be considered further. Suitable companies will be selected upon the basis of their response to the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire including their technical ability and past performance. Those companies with the highest overall score will be shortlisted for invitation to tender for this service. Following Pre-Qualification suppliers will be shortlisted and a minimum of five bidders will be selected to submit their Tenders. These will be assessed on a quality/price evaluation basis and the most economically advantageous tender will be accepted. The tender documents have been provided within the Data Room on e-Bravo in line with the changes to the Public Contract Regulations. Please note that these documents may be subject to some changes before invite to tender, although there will not be any material change.

Gainsborough Infrastructure and Planning

 | Published March 14, 2016
Winner
Mouchel
cpvs
71311000

To produce a Gainsborough Infrastructure and Planning Delivery Strategy. The project will involve identifying any potential gaps in infrastructure provision associated with the level of growth proposed in the draft Local Plan and the proposals being put forward as part of the Gainsborough Housing Zone status. In addition advice on the delivery strategy of such infrastructure allied to supporting any potential business case for external funding. There are 4 stages to this project. Stage One to cover : Baseline; Inception meeting; Review national, regional, local studies, strategies and schemes; Data collection and review; Economic, development and market overview; Site visit(s) and spatial analysis; Consultation with officers, key stakholders, partners, agencies, landowners; Client meeting(s). Stage Two: Analysis; Data analysis; Mapping; Gap analysis; Identification of principle objectives, challenges, opportunities; Client meeting(s). Stage Three: Prioritisation; List of key infrastructure and projects; Prioritisation exercise; Key priorities plan; Client meeting(s). Stage Four: Delivery; Delivery models; Other delivery issues; Planning strategy; Governance; Recommendations and next steps; Draft report & feedback; Final report and appendices.
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