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Welcome to Cornwall Council's Commercial Survey

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published February 23, 2017
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03000000

Welcome to Cornwall Council's Commercial Survey. Cornwall Council is a Unitary Authority providing a range of services to more than half a million Cornish residents. The Council spends half a billion pounds a year on contracts with more than 6,000 different suppliers. As a major buyer of goods, works and services, and with one of the County's principle MCIPS** qualified teams, the Council's Commercial Team has significant experience and expertise in improving commercial activity. Commercial means driving leading edge thinking and professionalism in business case analysis, procurement and contracting. This Survey is being sent to everyone who could potentially benefit from working with the Council's Commercial Team. The Council are exploring prospects to work with Public, Private and Voluntary organisations, on a chargeable basis, to boost competitiveness and share commercial and procurement expertise. I very much hope that you will see value in influencing this new opportunity and click on the link to complete the survey. This anonymous survey will close on 10 March 2017 and should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. I would also be very grateful if you could circulate this survey across your networks / distribution lists. Please contact me should you wish to discuss any aspects of this survey: Rob Buckley Senior Supply Chain Specialist Commercial Services, Cornwall Council Email: rbuckley@cornwall.gov.uk

Software package and information systems

Cornwall Council | Published March 11, 2017
Winner
Institute of Public Finance
cpvs
48000000

Estates management and Capital Accounting software system.

Cornwall Council is responsible for the management of a significant property estate. Its assets include a wide variety of operational and commercial properties such as offices, libraries, leisure centres, social care properties, schools, industrial estates, business centres, depots, public open space, ports and harbours, heritage buildings, art galleries, a mine and an airport. The book value of the estate is 1 900 000 000 GBP and consists of over 1 600 sites and 6 500 separate buildings.

Luxulyan Valley Works

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published September 12, 2016
cpvs
45223000

The Council ultimately wishes to appoint a Main Contractor to undertake the works for this heritage-led regeneration and renewable energy scheme. The project will: 1. Replace the Council’s Hydro Electric Power (HEP) turbine in the Luxulyan Valley; 2. Carry out the conservation works required to the Treffry Viaduct and the leats to provide a regular and sufficient water supply to the turbine; 3. Implement the management plan for the Valley to provide a much enhanced experience for the local community and visitors. Each of these strands addresses key issues, and the business case is by far the strongest if all three are implemented together. The Council owns most of the Valley, which is one of its most popular countryside sites; and the Treffry Viaduct, a Scheduled Monument and iconic structure, is owned by Cornwall Heritage Trust. The leats and Treffry Viaduct are key elements of the international importance of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It is proposed that the project will be funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Cornwall Heritage Trust, and Cornwall Council prudential borrowing. The cost of the new turbine will have to be entirely funded from the Council’s prudential borrowing. The overall Project will include the necessary conservation works to the Treffry Viaduct and the 2.7 miles of the leat system that supplies water to the HEP turbine, for which Heritage Lottery funding (HLF) will be required. The CC owned existing HEP turbine has reached the end of its economic life, and is now making a financial loss due to greatly reduced water flow as a result of Carmears Leat being dry. CC have had to cut off the water supply for Carmears Leat because it was leaking so badly through the aquaduct channel of the Treffry Viaduct. The Viaduct is on English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk Register, and following a recent Condition Survey this Register grades the Treffry Viaduct’s condition as Poor, and the priority as A which means ‘immediate risk of further deterioration or loss of fabric’. The same Condition Survey identifies many conservation works required to the leats, including preventative works to sections which are vulnerable to leaks and breaches. Both are of international historic importance. The aquaduct channel carrying Carmears Leat across Treffry Viaduct has recently been leaking so badly that CC has had to shut off the water flow into the leat so that the leat is now dry – even with just a sweetening flow almost all of the flow was leaking through the Viaduct structure. The viaduct also spans over the minor road and the Par to Newquay railway branch line and the condition of the viaduct presents a risk to these. Please note: Mace have been commissioned to act on behalf of Cornwall Council (who will be the signatory to any agreement(s) with the Contractor) and the wider stakeholders. As such all queries relating to this initial part of the overall project at least should be addressed to Mace contact as supplied.

Business and management consultancy services

Cornwall Council | Published September 20, 2016
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79410000, 73000000, 85000000, 98000000

Cornwall Council is seeking a VCSE Development Partner to work effectively with ourselves, the VCSE, local Town and Parish Councils and the private sector to support the development of social action in all our communities. It is anticipated that the successful bidder/provider could either be a single organisation or a consortium with a lead partner. The specific outcomes we want to achieve with the Development Partner are set out in draft specification (see Contracts Finder Notice).

Young Parents

Cornwall Council | Published September 20, 2016
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85000000

Cornwall Council is conducting a soft market assessment to gain an understanding of the potential level of interest across the Voluntary, NHS, Independent and private sector for the provision of the Young Parents Support Service It is intended that the responses supplied will enable us to develop a business proposal. Any such proposal would be subject to the development and approval of a business case, and, as such, this exercise implies no commercial commitment. This is not a formal tender document. Participation of this soft market assessment will not prejudice suppliers participating in any future procurement. The service supports young and teenage parents and their children meeting their social, health and wellbeing needs. Young parents have specific needs that are not easily met by mainstream services, especially around issues such as housing, debt, poor mental health, domestic abuse and access to health, education and training. There is a specific focus on supporting the fathers of young parent families, even if they live separately to the family. The service will aim to work with at least 230 young parent families a year, providing one to one and group support. There will be specific outcomes to meet including in the areas of: • Parenting • Public health • Education, employment and training • Safeguarding • Substance misuse • Social issues e.g. housing, debt, information, advice and guidance.

Marketing services

Cornwall Council | Published July 29, 2016
Winner
Cornwall Chamber of Commerce
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The Growth Hub Outreach Programme will focus specifically on reaching out to areas of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly which have been under-represented through take-up of business support products and services in previous programmes. The aim being to increase the level of penetration across the area to achieve a much higher and more balanced uptake of business support services.

Soft market testing exercise to include consideration of innovative proposals that could lead to the

Cornwall Council | Published November 24, 2015
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65000000, 65300000, 65310000, 65320000, 65400000, 65410000, 65200000, 65210000, 09000000

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. This notice makes no commitment to procure anything. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. The energy market is changing. Increasing numbers of independent suppliers are entering the market. Consumers, communities and local authorities across the country are also starting to have a greater influence over how energy is produced and supplied. Over recent years Cornwall has experienced significant growth in decentralised energy generation and sees the renewable energy sector as a significant opportunity for long term economic growth. At the heart of this growth is the concept of a local energy market — a structure which permits increasing participation in the generation, supply and consumption of energy. For these reasons Cornwall Council is now looking to explore options for the creation of an energy company or similar entity for Cornwall that will allow Cornwall to deliver local benefits derived from the increased levels of generation. To this end, the Council is conducting a soft market assessment to find out more about the level of interest within the various business sectors for meeting these requirements, what solutions might be developed to meet the Council's aspirations and on what terms. We are interested in hearing from businesses with the operational and commercial expertise to develop and potentially run an energy company or similar entity capable of meeting Cornwall's needs. This could be in a consultancy, joint venture or arm's length capacity.

Crematorium / Cemetery Management Information System

 | Published October 13, 2015
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48000000

In developing the business proposal the Council needs to consider the benefits of the different functionality of potential solutions and their ability to meet our objectives. The following areas of functionality are currently being considered: • The ability to operate booking diaries for multiple sites and functions to accommodate one crematorium with two chapels and a natural burial site and at least 35 cemetery sites and with the ability to accommodate further sites in the future. • The ability to group sites into areas and display both individual and group views. • Ability to offer Funeral Directors out of hours booking facilities for the crematorium service. • The ability to build and generate a wide range of reports which can be manipulated in software such as Excel where required. • The ability to produce accurate statistical reports to show as appropriate for cremation and burial services

School Support Services.

Cornwall Council | Published April 1, 2015
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80000000, 75121000, 80100000, 80200000, 80400000, 80340000

This Prior Information Notice is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. This notice makes no commitment to procure anything. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. Cornwall Council is currently exploring a range of options around service delivery within Educational Support arena, and one of those options being explored is whether this may be better delivered as part of a service provided by others. For that reason, the Council is keen to explore all options or solutions that maybe currently available in the market, for this work. The Council is conducting a soft market assessment to find out more about the level of interest within the various business sectors for meeting the requirements, and on what terms. We are interested in hearing from businesses that would commit to investment in Cornwall and bring operational and commercial expertise to manage and develop an educational support services offering in Cornwall.

Soft Market Assessment for the Provision of Parking Services in Cornwall.

Cornwall Council | Published May 27, 2015
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63712400, 63712000, 98351110, 98351000, 98351100, 98350000

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process and is not a commitment to procure anything. Cornwall Council is currently conducting a comprehensive review of how Parking Services are delivered. For that reason the Council is keen to explore all options or solutions that may be currently available in the market for these services. The Council is conducting a soft market assessment to explore these options and better understand business, technological and innovative solutions that are available. In addition this will allow the Council to gauge the level of market interest and on what terms solutions can be delivered. Cornwall Council is responsible for managing over 300 car parks, enforcing on and off street parking restrictions throughout Cornwall and developing transport policies. Areas under review include the following which are either currently delivered by the council or by 3rd parties under Council management: — car park management; — on street parking enforcement; — civil enforcement; — permit administration; — pay and display management; — a pay by phone management; — removals service and pound operations; — supply of management information systems to support the service; — back office administrative operations. Soft market testing and further supplier interactions in conjunction with on-going internal analysis will play a key role in helping to help shape the Councils vision for Parking Services and determine the option to take forward for possible future procurement. The Council would expect the option to provide an effective and responsive Parking Enforcement Service for Cornwall, delivering ongoing efficiencies at the same time as ensuring that key parking policy objectives for reduction of congestion and management of traffic are met. In addition the Council would like to explore new innovations and systems which ensure that data is reliable, robust and able to inform service priorities and future planning. Once the preferred option is identified, the Council anticipates a range of financial and non-financial benefits including: — A reduction in costs; — Delivery of a more flexible resourcing profile; — Provision of improved intelligence and data to inform services; — Improved traffic and parking management on key routes. The Council is interested in hearing from businesses that would commit to investment in Cornwall and bring their operational and commercial expertise to manage and develop Parking Services in Cornwall. Interested parties should register their interest via email to the aforementioned contact officer by 13:00 on 5.6.2015. Questionnaires will be circulated to all respondents, on receipt of interest, and are to be returned via email by 13:00 on 12.6.2015. As a result of the returned Questionnaires, some suppliers may be invited to further discuss their proposals with key Council representatives. It is anticipated that this will take place during the latter part of June. Completed questionnaires, supplier discussions and on-going research work by the Council will be used to develop the specification for future service provision. The market will be notified of any further procurement activity via the usual means in due course. Responding to this notice or participating in discussions does not confer an advantage on participating suppliers. This is not a call for competition. Any future procurement exercise arising from the soft market testing exercise will be an independent process and will be subject to a separate notification.

Consideration of insurance sector market considerations for future insurance contract for Cornwall C

Cornwall Council | Published January 8, 2015
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66510000, 66511000, 66512000, 66513000, 66514000, 66515000, 66516000, 66517000, 66518000, 66519000, 66700000

This Prior Information Notice is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. This notice makes no commitment to procure anything. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. Cornwall Council has in place a current insurance contract that is due to expire March 2016, to help assess how best to structure any future procurement activity Cornwall Council is keen to explore options on how best to approach any resulting tender. Therefore to help understand how best to achieve this he Council is conducting a soft market assessment to find out more about the level of interest within the insurance sector for meeting the Council's future requirements, and on what terms. More information around how to participate in this opportunity can be found at the following Website: http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/business/procurement-and-selling-to-the-council/cornwall-supplier-development-programme/procurement-forward-plan/

Consideration of innovative alternative solutions to deliver Cornwall Council's Leisure Strategy.

Cornwall Council | Published November 8, 2014
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92000000, 92600000, 45000000, 66000000, 66100000, 75110000, 75124000, 50700000, 66122000, 66120000, 79993000, 79993100, 55000000, 79900000

This Prior Information Notice is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. This notice makes no commitment to procure anything. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. Cornwall Council has recently developed and approved a Leisure Resources Strategy that sets a framework against which Councillors can make decisions about resources and also to give clarity to external stakeholders about the Council's plans. The Council's ambition for leisure provision in Cornwall is that there is a sustainable network of leisure facilities and activities available to residents and visitors across Cornwall that contributes to local health, well-being and the economy of Cornwall, at no cost to the Council. The Council has identified that the way through which it is most likely to achieve its ambition is to transfer ownership/provision of its facilities and services to another organisation(s). To help understand how best to achieve this ambition the Council is conducting a soft market assessment to find out more about the level of interest within the various business sectors for meeting the requirements, and on what terms. We are interested in hearing from businesses that would commit to a major investment in Cornwall and bring operational and commercial expertise to manage and develop leisure facilities and services.

Tamar Bridge Operational Support Services.

Cornwall Council | Published October 7, 2014
Winner
Cormac Contracting LtdCentral Group Centre, Castle Canyke Road, CornwallBodmin PL31 1DZ ann.trevarton@cormacltd.co.uk +44 3001234222 http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/cormac/?page=29839
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50118400, 50118100, 50118500

Operational support services comprising light vehicle recovery and other business critical and routine duties and activities.

Care Closer to Home and Supportive Lifestyles Services

Cornwall Council | Published September 12, 2017
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85000000

Cornwall Council and NHS Kernow are redesigning the way people are supported at home and in supported living services. We are creating a new model where people's needs can be met flexibly and innovatively, making the most of limited resources, whilst giving the person the maximum levels of choice and control over their lives. We are developing Supportive Lifestyle Services, based on core (shared) hours and introducing the ability of all providers to bid on additional 1:1 support for people via a Dynamic Purchasing System. Giving individuals more choice over who provides them with essential 1:1 support in their home (which may be a supported living scheme) or in the community. This will enable all providers who offer Home Care Services, Supported Living Services, Person Centred Support and Enablement to consider delivering Supportive Lifestyle Services in Cornwall, either by bidding for a block of Core Hours (shared hours) or for individual 1:1 hours through the DPS or via an Individual Service Fund or a Direct Payment. We hope that this will enable more providers to diversify and grow their business into Cornwall and to bid on services for people with an eligible Health or Social Care need; who live in our current supported living schemes, the local community and for the future new opportunities in Cornwall. Alongside this Support Tender, Cornwall is embarking on an ambitious development of Supported Living Housing over the next 8 years and we plan to build and remodel 400 units of accommodation. Providing quality housing and support is central to ensuring our strategic aims of developing independence, enablement, promoting life skills and delivering on outcomes for individuals . If you are interested in hearing more about these developments and our new tender opportunity please book onto the event below. We look forward to meeting you and discussing these exciting opportunities. Description of the event - Aimed at Directors and Development Managers. On the 1/11/2017 we are show-casing this model to all interested providers, prior to full procurement at the end of November. The event will: • Demonstrate and describe our new approach • Provide information about Individual Service Funds and flexible contracts • Give you an opportunity to meet the Commissioners • Ask questions and, • Hear key note speakers discuss how this approach can enable providers to do things more efficiently and effectively. Places are limited, so to book a place on this event please respond to: andrew.4.mitchell@cornwall.gov.uk Venue and time of event: Wednesday 1st November (10:00 -14:00) Main Hall Heartlands Dudnance Lance Pool Cornwall TR15 3QY

Closed Landfill Management Services in Cornwall

Cornwall Council | Published August 18, 2017
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90000000

The United Mines and Connon Bridge Landfill sites, together with their Environmental Permits, will be transferred back to Cornwall Council following the landfill closure and satisfactory completion of restoration works. United Mines closed for the acceptance of waste in October 2010 and final restoration and handback is timetabled for April 2018. The provisional closure date for Connon Bridge is 2018, but a restoration timetable has not yet been prepared and no handback date has been proposed. Cornwall Council is reviewing its options for the ongoing management of these sites. At this stage the authority is open to all available options but primarily considering scenarios where: 1. Cornwall Council retains permit and outsources site management and operations. 2. Cornwall Council transfers both the environmental permit and site management to a single competent contractor. To inform this review, and assess the viability of alternative options, Cornwall Council would like to gauge the level of interest and service available from the private sector for the provision of closed landfill management services. Any conclusions drawn from this exercise would be subject to the development and approval of a business case, and, as such, this exercise implies no commercial commitment. This is not a formal tender exercise and participation in this soft market assessment will not prejudice suppliers participating in any future procurement. If you are involved in this area of service provision and in assisting with our assessment of the market, please initially read the content of Soft Market Test document available/attached and then complete the "Information Required" section towards and return this electronically via the Due North Portal by 15:00 hours on Friday 22nd September, 2017. We will use the questionnaire responses, any further supplier interactions and on-going internal analysis to help shape our vision and determine the option we may wish to pursue. This questionnaire is designed purely for information gathering purposes at this stage. All responses will be treated in confidence. You are not obliged to submit a return or even a full return and you will not be scored or assessed on your responses in any way. The information provided is merely being gathered to assist in a Soft Market Assessment for the potential delivery of Landfill Management in Cornwall. As part of the ongoing information gathering process, we may consider holding some follow up supplier information exchange events in Cornwall, to explore certain proposals further. The Council will decide who to invite but it should be noted that this does not give any advantage, in relation to any potential future exercise, to those invited over those not invited. To be clear, once the Council has determined the option to pursue this will be communicated to all respondents to this Soft Market Testing exercise as a matter of courtesy.

Tamar Bridge Operational Support Services incorporating the Recovery of Light Vehicles.

Cornwall Council | Published August 25, 2017
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50118400

The main intention of this proposed 3 year contract, with an option to extend for a further 12 months, is to ensure suitable service provision of a 24/7 availability light vehicle recovery service to limit disruption to traffic flow due to breakdowns on the 4 vehicle lanes over the bridge and also in the adjacent Saltash Tunnel. The Service also requires other business critical and routine duties and activities as stated in the Scope and broad outline specification below: Primary duty: Light Vehicle Recovery — Provision of all staff, plant, equipment and insurances to carry out light vehicle recovery (up to 3.5 tonne gross vehicle weight) and traffic management for 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to ensure timely and safe recovery of vehicles to minimise hazards and disruption to users enabling the restoration of normal traffic flow in the shortest possible time-scale. . II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 600 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 50118100 50118500 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKK3 UKK4 Main site or place of performance: Tamar Bridge Offices and Site, along and adjacent to the A38 Trunk Road. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Ancillary duties: Operational support staff will also be required to undertake other activities and duties including but not restricted to the following. Business critical: — De-icing of South Cantilever Lane/Footpaths/Car Parks — Ensuring security of all buildings/offices within Tamar Bridge areas of jurisdiction — Start up/close down of Emergency Supply Generator — A roving resource providing support in dealing with emergencies or to investigate other causes for concern particularly during the late evening and early morning when Tamar Bridge staffing levels are at a minimum. Routine: — Transfer of Abnormal Load Crossing Receipts to Toll Plaza — Enforcement of 2 hour maximum parking in bridge car park — Removal of litter/debris from bridge grounds — Transfer of recycling materials to contractors Required skills. All Operational Support Staff will have received training in vehicle recovery safety procedures from a recognized organisation such as the Institute of Vehicle Recovery (IVR) that works alongside the Road Assistance and Vehicle Recovery Sector, Health and Safety Executive and the Highways Agency to focus on the reduction of roadside injuries and fatalities through training and procedures. For each recovery the traffic management set up and take down works will be in accordance with the Department for Transport /Highways Agency Traffic Safety Measures and Signs for Road Works and Temporary Situations to Chapter 8 — Part 2: Operations. Location Tamar Bridge Operational Support staff will be based in the Tamar Bridge Main Administration Office situated on the Plymouth side of the river Tamar and will have access to all welfare facilities. Reporting and contract management expectations The successful contractor will be required to liaise closely with the TBTFJC client on all aspects regarding the Operational Support role. Members of the contractor's management team will be required to attend regular meetings with the Tamar Bridge Operations and Health and Safety Managers throughout the duration of the contract and will provide specific data/information to enable the establishment of Key Performance Indicators for the Operational Support role. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 36 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: Anticipated to be renewed in 3 to 4 year's time. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 02/10/2017 Local time: 15:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 03/10/2017 Local time: 09:00 Place: New County Hall, Truro. Information about authorised persons and opening procedure: Project Manager and one independent witness. Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Cornwall Council Monitoring Officer New County Hall Truro UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 23/08/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: mshillaber@cornwall.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 50118100Breakdown and recovery services for carsAutomobile emergency road services 50118400Breakdown and recovery services for motor vehiclesAutomobile emergency road services 50118500Breakdown and recovery services for motorcyclesAutomobile emergency road services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Breakdown and recovery services for motor vehicles

Cornwall Council | Published November 17, 2017
Winner
Tonkin Recovery Limited
cpvs
50118400, 50118100, 50118500

The main intention of this proposed 3 year contract, with an option to extend for a further 12 months, is to ensure suitable service provision of a 24/7 availability light vehicle recovery service to limit disruption to traffic flow due to breakdowns on the 4 vehicle lanes over the bridge and also in the adjacent Saltash Tunnel. The Service also requires other business critical and routine duties and activities as stated in the Scope and broad outline specification below: Primary duty: Light Vehicle Recovery — Provision of all staff, plant, equipment and insurances to carry out light vehicle recovery (up to 3.5 tonne gross vehicle weight) and traffic management for 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to ensure timely and safe recovery of vehicles to minimise hazards and disruption to users enabling the restoration of normal traffic flow in the shortest possible time-scale.

Ancillary duties: Operational support staff will also be required to undertake other activities and duties including but not restricted to the following. Business critical: — De-icing of South Cantilever Lane/Footpaths/Car Parks — Ensuring security of all buildings/offices within Tamar Bridge areas of jurisdiction — Start up/close down of Emergency Supply Generator — A roving resource providing support in dealing with emergencies or to investigate other causes for concern particularly during the late evening and early morning when Tamar Bridge staffing levels are at a minimum. Routine: — Transfer of Abnormal Load Crossing Receipts to Toll Plaza — Enforcement of 2 hour maximum parking in bridge car park — Removal of litter/debris from bridge grounds — Transfer of recycling materials to contractors.

Cornwall Workspace Capacity Programme

Cornwall Council | Published February 22, 2018
cpvs
45000000

Cornwall Workspace Capacity Programme (CWCP) includes 4 independent workspace projects spread across Cornwall in towns or key corridors (A30/A38) where workspace demand has been identified. This contract is to provide project controls services for the 4 building projects: — Cornwall Food & Drink Hub (CF & DH), — Liskeard Cattle Market, — Hayle Marine Renewable Business Park Ph2 (HMRBP Ph2), — Pool Innovation Centre 2 (PIC 2). II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 550 425.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKK II.2.4) Description of the procurement Cornwall Workspace Capacity Programme (CWCP) includes 4 independent workspace projects spread across Cornwall in towns or key corridors (A30/A38) where workspace demand has been identified. This contract is to provide project controls services for the 4 building projects, including overseeing their design and construction: — Cornwall Food & Drink Hub (CF & DH), — Liskeard Cattle Market, — Hayle Marine Renewable Business Park Ph2 (HMRBP Ph2), — Pool Innovation Centre 2 (PIC 2). II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Submit the resource activity schedule / Weighting: 20 Quality criterion: With regard to the resource schedule detail what critical assumptions have you made in allocating your resources / Weighting: 10 Quality criterion: Submit a programme in full compliance with the requirements of Core Clause 3 of the underlying contract / Weighting: 10 Price / Weighting: 60 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: OUTLINE APPROVAL FOR: Cornwall Food & Drink Hub (CF & DH), Liskeard Cattle Market, Hayle Marine Renewable Business Park Ph2 (HMRBP Ph2), Pool Innovation Centre 2 (PIC 2) Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2014/S 144-259604 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: DN318204 Title: Cornwall Workspace Capacity Programme — Lot 1 Project Controls A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 20/02/2018 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 1 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Mace Limited 2410626 155 Moorgate London EC2M 6XB UK NUTS: UKK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 550 425.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Cornwall Council County Hall, Treyew Road Truro TR1 3AY UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 21/02/2018 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: jjankowska@cornwall.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 45000000Construction workConstruction and Real Estate Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Management and Operation of Hayle Marine Business Park.

Cornwall Council | Published April 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 2, 2015
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Cornwall Council has secured European funding through the Convergence Programme to deliver the Marine Business Park (MBP) Phase 1, with match funding provided by the Department for Environment and Climate Change (DECC) and the Council. The MBP is part of a major physical regeneration scheme on North Quay in Hayle, Cornwall. The MBP project aims to support the development of the Offshore Marine Renewables and Marine Technology Sectors capitalising on the presence of Wave Hub which lies seven miles off the coast of Hayle and the investment in infrastructure on North Quay which has opened up the land for development. When fully complete the MBP will provide up to 3 195 m2 of B1 and B2 workspace. Phase 1 is currently under construction and due to reach practical completion in July 2015 and includes 876 m2 of B1 office space, 1 490 m2 of B2 industrial space, plus associated yard/layout area, access, parking and landscaping. This tender principally relates to the Management and Operation of Phase 1. The site also has planning permission for a further 800 m2 of B2 space; this is Phase 2. It is intended that Phase 2 will be built out when demand has been proven but there is no guarantee that Phase 2 will be built out. The Operator will have restricted access to the Phase 2 land for storage or for assembly under a separate lease arrangement with the Council. Subject to mutual agreement, the Operator Contract could be extended to cover management of Phase 2, if and when this is constructed.

Strategic Estates Partnership.

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust | Published November 13, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust (the Trust) is interested in seeking a private sector partner (Partner) to provide an estate strategy function that will support the Trust's clinical strategy to enable service change, improve quality of care for patients and drive efficiency in the Trust's operations including potentially through (but not limited to): — estates rationalisation; — capital programme planning; — raising finance and investment; — strategic service transformation planning; and also; — the procurement and project/contract management of a range of services in relation to New Projects. It is expected that these services will be provided to the Trust through the establishment of a joint venture body (JV) between the Trust and the Partner. The Partner will provide the Priority Services (more particularly described below) through the JV upon appointment of the successful partner or shortly thereafter. Responsibility for procuring, coordinating and managing the provision of services through the JV may be transferred to the Partner during the term of the partnership. The Partner will be expected to deliver Priority Services consisting of Strategic Estates Services. This includes the provision of consultancy support services to provide estate strategy advice (with a focus on achieving efficiencies), updating of the existing estates strategy including Clinical Site Development Programme and Site Optimisation Programme that will support the Trust's clinical strategy and drive efficiency in the Trust's operations and the preparation, review and updating of a partnership business plan to cover the proposed need, phasing of estate transformation and timing of the delivery of any proposed new projects or refurbishment projects to deliver capital requirements (New Projects) across the Trust's estate. The Partner is also expected to provide access to, arrange and deliver private sector capital where required to finance New Projects. New Projects may involve (but are not limited to): — capital works; — medical equipment projects, refurbishment works; — disposal and/or acquisition of land; — facilities to support NHS services, related health and social care services as well as commercial developments. Initial New Projects may include: — an administration hub. The development of a new facility which will enable the Trust to deliver administrative services more effectively, including back office services, payroll, human resources and corporate finance services (further details are provided in the MOI); and — a nursery facility — the development of on-site nursery facilities for use by Trust staff (further details are provided in the MOI). To ensure value for money is achieved at the time when projects are commenced and services required (and in observing EU procurement principles on behalf of the Trust) it is expected that the JV, via a secondary procurement, will competitively tender the supply chain for each New Project including any construction or services required. The Partner (through the JV) will therefore provide an integrator role in procuring, awarding and coordinating these third-party providers to deliver schemes and services for the benefit of the Trust. This integrator role includes the provision of operational project management services in procuring, coordinating and managing external contractors engaged to deliver any proposed and approved New Projects (to deliver capital requirements for works, fabrication or traditional estate project procurements) and also any external contractors required to deliver New Projects and services approved by the Trust. The Partner's integrator role may also include providing operational procurement consultancy services in coordinating, managing and conducting procurements, including medical equipment supply and installation, observing EU procurement principles to appoint a supply-chain to the JV to deliver those services. The opportunity is to provide a strategic, commercial, development, investment, procurement, project management and contract management role in delivering capital projects, including the installation of medical capital equipment to support the Trust's clinical strategy but the scope does not include the provision of directly delivering the detailed design and construction aspects of the New Projects or the provision of Services themselves. The Partner may also be called upon to provide Efficiency Consultancy Services in relation to the corporate back-office services, facilities support services (which includes soft FM services), customer satisfaction services, healthcare planning and IT and communication services to help the Trust identify efficiencies in the operation and procurement of those requirements. This may also involve providing Procurement Consultancy Support Services when required to assist the Trust where the Trust decides to directly conduct procurement exercises to award contracts to improve or transform those services. The Trust is interested in the JV seeking other commercial and income generation opportunities in the public and private sector market over the long-term and proposing innovative proposals in support of the Trust's clinical strategy that will maximise income or allow the Trust to reduce costs. The JV partnership with the successful Partner will be for a period of 10 years with an option to extend the contract for a further 5 years. Further details of the opportunity are provided in the Memorandum of Information (MOI) accompanying the pre-qualification questionnaire (see section VI.3) — Additional Information) for details of how to obtain these). Procurement Documents are also available to view through the portal referred to in section I.1) above (Electronic Access to Information). Companies should register their interest and respond to the contract notice using the link to the e-tendering portal https://tactica-live.advanced365.com Potential suppliers are required to click on the current opportunities button on the e-tendering site to view details of this procurement and then use the online registration link to enter their company details. Within the form to register company details, there is a ‘Test’ button to verify the identified e-mail address. It is strongly recommended that this is used, to ensure validity and effectiveness of the link registered for messages to/from the e-tendering site. Once the registration screen has been completed and an e-mail confirming successful registration of the company has been received from Tactica, suppliers can continue to follow the on screen prompts to register an expression of interest in any particular tender. Details of the process to be followed are also available in ‘A Suppliers First Step Guide’ from the Tactica login page. The guide will explain some of the requirements and procedures involved when responding to a tender. For more detailed information there is a second document ‘Suppliers User Guide’ that can be found on the Tactica home page. Bidders should note that the Procurement Documents are draft documents at this stage, providing indicative information of the Trust's intended approach in the procurement process and are for general information only. The Trust reserves the right to vary, amend and update any aspects of the Procurement Documents and final details and versions of the Procurement Documents will be confirmed to applicants successful in being selected to participate in the relevant tender stages of the procurement procedure.