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Turning the Tide — Social Impact Bond.

North Somerset Council | Published February 9, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 66000000

The nature of this PIN is not a call for competition. It is to advertise to the market of our intention to run a market event. North Somerset Council is keen to begin a dialogue with service providers and investors who are interested in working with us to develop a new service for families with children on the edge of care. The Council received a grant from the Commissioning Better Outcomes Big Lottery fund for the development of a business case in March 2015. Having now completed this work we would like to engage with service providers and investors who are interested in the opportunity to develop a Social Impact Bond to improve outcomes for families with children looked after or at risk of becoming looked after. To commence discussions we would like to invite you to a market event at 9:30 on Friday 12 February. This event will take place at the Town Hall in Weston-super-Mare, full address as follows: The Rickford Room, Town Hall, Walliscote Road, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1UJ. The aim of the session will be to: — Share information about the Council's Social Impact Bond proposal and the draft procurement plan; — Gain insight from potential providers and investors to enable our approach to be refined; — Provide opportunities for discussion and networking between the Council, investors/intermediaries and providers. If you are interested in attending this event please contact Lorraine Bush on 01934 634888 or Lorraine.bush@n-somerset.gov.uk

Please also note that any additional information provided in this PIN, such as value and start dates are subject to change.

Provision of Periodic Inspection, Testing, Monitoring & Risk Assessments for Legionella Bacteria (L8

Knightstone Housing Association Limited | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
50510000, 50712000, 85148000

This procurement is being conducted by Knightstone Housing Association, which is the contracting authority. Knightstone Housing Association (‘Knightstone’) wish to select a Contractor to carry out Periodic Inspection, Testing, Monitoring & Risk Assessments for Legionella Bacteria (L8) (together ‘the Services’) as set out in the Contract Documents. The contract is for 60 months, commencing 1.6.2016. This procurement is being conducted using the open procedure under Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). This ITT is available to all economic operators who express an interest in this opportunity. Any interested economic operator may submit a tender in response to the contract notice. The closing deadline for the receipt of Tenders is 09.00 hours (9 o'clock am) on Monday 21.12.2015. Tenders must be submitted via the Knightstone supplier portal as per the instructions in the Invitation to Tender. Important information: This tender is being conducted through the Knightstone Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/knightstone Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will be given access to the full tender documentation through the Supplier Portal. Tender submissions must be made via this Supplier Portal. All documents should be uploaded to the website. then be sure to press the Red button Submit Return. You will then receive a receipt. Please allow sufficient time to submit your return as late returns are not permitted. If you have any problems accessing the documents or any other questions, then please send a message using the correspondence function on the Supplier Portal. Tenderers are encouraged to attend a briefing from 9 am on 7th December, when there will be presentations from Knightstone regarding Knightstone's vision, objectives and expectations and an opportunity to ask questions regarding any aspect of the procurement. At this meeting Knightstone will present their requirements, a good understanding of which will benefit Tenderers. The briefing will be held from 9:30 am at Knightstone's offices in Worle at: Weston Gateway Business Park, Weston-super-Mare, BS24 7JP.

Provision of Periodic Inspection, Testing, Monitoring & Risk Assessments for Legionella Bacteria (L8) in Residential Hot and Cold Water Systems.

Knightstone Housing Association Limited | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
50510000, 50712000, 85148000

This procurement is being conducted by Knightstone Housing Association, which is the contracting authority. Knightstone Housing Association (‘Knightstone’) wish to select a Contractor to carry out Periodic Inspection, Testing, Monitoring & Risk Assessments for Legionella Bacteria (L8) (together ‘the Services’) as set out in the Contract Documents. The contract is for 60 months, commencing 1.6.2016. This procurement is being conducted using the open procedure under Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). This ITT is available to all economic operators who express an interest in this opportunity. Any interested economic operator may submit a tender in response to the contract notice. The closing deadline for the receipt of Tenders is 09.00 hours (9 o'clock am) on Monday 21.12.2015. Tenders must be submitted via the Knightstone supplier portal as per the instructions in the Invitation to Tender. Important information: This tender is being conducted through the Knightstone Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/knightstone Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will be given access to the full tender documentation through the Supplier Portal. Tender submissions must be made via this Supplier Portal. All documents should be uploaded to the website. then be sure to press the Red button Submit Return. You will then receive a receipt. Please allow sufficient time to submit your return as late returns are not permitted. If you have any problems accessing the documents or any other questions, then please send a message using the correspondence function on the Supplier Portal. Tenderers are encouraged to attend a briefing from 9 am on 7th December, when there will be presentations from Knightstone regarding Knightstone's vision, objectives and expectations and an opportunity to ask questions regarding any aspect of the procurement. At this meeting Knightstone will present their requirements, a good understanding of which will benefit Tenderers. The briefing will be held from 9:30 am at Knightstone's offices in Worle at: Weston Gateway Business Park, Weston-super-Mare, BS24 7JP.

Tender for Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services.

Weston College | Published March 5, 2015
Winner
Honeyfield Property Services Limited
cpvs
50710000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide the planned preventative and reactive maintenance services at Weston College. The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from 1.1.2015 until 31.12.2017. The value is in the region of 200 000 GBP per annum. The successful tenderer will be required to provide Planned, Preventative and Reactive Building Maintenance (Mechanical, Electrical and Building Fabric) at Weston College. The College has multiple campuses and the scope of this contract initially includes Knightstone Road, South West Skills Campus, University Campus, Weston College Conference Centre and The Weston Bay Hotel. Due to the nature of the College Building Programme, the maintenance arrangements need to be integrated, enabling the College to continue to undertake its core business. It should be borne in mind that all equipment fitted during any new Building work will be under warranty, covered and maintained by the installing contractor for the first year. As part of the contract submission the College also requires the Contractor to supply a competitive agreed day work rate for both normal and out of hours working. The contract is fixed price and any variations to the contract that are requested by the Client should be invoiced at an agreed rate and should be calculated on an hourly rate per employee, as required to carry out the variation to the satisfaction of the contract supervising officer. Whilst the monthly charge will represent the fixed cost, a reconciliation will take place monthly to reconcile the actual tasks worked within the contract. If the tasks worked are less than those invoiced a credit will be required by the College. The College requires that the tendered amount of tasks are worked at all times and the successful contractor is expected to have a system in place to cover for both planned and unplanned leave. The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful contractor to operate to at all times is being able to provide a functioning premises that is fit for purpose and that the Contractor is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications and the frequency of tasks is as detailed within the tender are achieved. Please ensure that within your proposal you have allowed for adequate contract supervision.

Fire Risk Assessments.

Knightstone Housing Association | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 7, 2016
cpvs
71315210, 71317100, 71315000

Knightstone Housing Association (‘Knightstone’) and Curo Places Limited (‘Curo’), who are collectively referred to as the Employer, are jointly procuring these contracts. The Employer wishes to select contractor(s) (‘the Contractor’), to carry out Fire Risk Assessments (‘the Services’) under the service streams as set out below and in the Contract Documents.

The Services are being tendered in two lots (‘Lots’), as follows:

Lot Service stream

1 Fire risk assessments (FRAs) undertaken for Knightstone.

2 Fire risk assessments (FRAs) undertaken for Curo.

The successful Contractor will be required to enter into separate contracts with Knightstone and Curo.

The contracts are for 60 months, commencing 1.8.2016 and ending on 31.7.2021 with the potential extensions for up to a further 5 years.

This procurement is being conducted using the open procedure under Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). This ITT is available to all economic operators who express an interest in this opportunity. Any interested economic operator may submit a tender in response to the contract notice.

The closing deadline for the receipt of Tenders is 9:00 hours (9 o'clock am) on 7.4.2016.

Important information: This tender is being conducted through the Knightstone Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/knightstone

Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will be given access to the full tender

documentation through the Supplier Portal.

Tenders must be submitted via the Knightstone supplier portal as per the instructions in the Invitation to Tender. All documents should be uploaded to the website. then be sure to press the Red button Submit Return. You will then receive a receipt.

Please allow sufficient time to submit your return as late returns are NOT permitted.

If you have any problems accessing the documents or any other questions, then please send a message using the correspondence function on the Supplier Portal.

Tenderers are encouraged to attend a briefing from 9 am on 16th March, when there will be presentations from Knightstone and Curo regarding our shared vision, objectives and expectations and an opportunity to ask questions regarding any aspect of the procurement. At this meeting we will present their requirements, a good understanding of which will benefit Tenderers.

The briefing will be held from 9:00 am at Knightstone's offices in Worle at:

Weston Gateway Business Park

Weston-super-Mare

BS24 7JP.

Fire Risk Assessments.

Knightstone Housing Association Limited | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
cpvs
71315210, 71317100, 71315000, 71315210, 71317100, 71315000, 71315210, 71317100, 71315000

Knightstone Housing Association (‘Knightstone’) and Curo Places Limited (‘Curo’), who are collectively referred to as the Employer, are jointly procuring these contracts. The Employer wishes to select contractor(s) (‘the Contractor’), to carry out Fire Risk Assessments (‘the Services’) under the service streams as set out below and in the Contract Documents.

The Services are being tendered in two lots (‘Lots’), as follows:

Lot Service stream

1 Fire risk assessments (FRAs) undertaken for Knightstone.

2 Fire risk assessments (FRAs) undertaken for Curo.

The successful Contractor will be required to enter into separate contracts with Knightstone and Curo.

The contracts are for 60 months, commencing 1.8.2016 and ending on 31.7.2021 with the potential extensions for up to a further 5 years.

This procurement is being conducted using the open procedure under Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). This ITT is available to all economic operators who express an interest in this opportunity. Any interested economic operator may submit a tender in response to the contract notice.

The closing deadline for the receipt of Tenders is 9:00 hours (9 o'clock am) on 7.4.2016.

Important information: This tender is being conducted through the Knightstone Supplier Portal and all documentation is only available via this portal for which the URL is:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/knightstone

Suppliers wishing to take part in this tender are invited to express an interest upon which you will be given access to the full tender

documentation through the Supplier Portal.

Tenders must be submitted via the Knightstone supplier portal as per the instructions in the Invitation to Tender. All documents should be uploaded to the website. then be sure to press the Red button Submit Return. You will then receive a receipt.

Please allow sufficient time to submit your return as late returns are NOT permitted.

If you have any problems accessing the documents or any other questions, then please send a message using the correspondence function on the Supplier Portal.

Tenderers are encouraged to attend a briefing from 9 am on 16th March, when there will be presentations from Knightstone and Curo regarding our shared vision, objectives and expectations and an opportunity to ask questions regarding any aspect of the procurement. At this meeting we will present their requirements, a good understanding of which will benefit Tenderers.

The briefing will be held from 9:00 am at Knightstone's offices in Worle at:

Weston Gateway Business Park

Weston-super-Mare

BS24 7JP.

Weston College - Tender for Furniture and Equipment

 | Published October 19, 2015  -  Deadline November 18, 2015
cpvs
39160000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide Furniture & Equipment for the new North Somerset Enterprise & Technology College (NSETC) and Bristol Futures Academy, part of Inspirational Futures Trust, sponsored by Weston College Multi Academy Trust. In March 2015 Weston College was named as the top Further Education establishment in the country in national awards presented in London. Weston College has recently been graded as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted, which means it is officially one of the highest performing colleges in the country, it shall ensure the new NSETC building and Bristol Futures Academy provide state-of-the-art facilities to help raise education standards in the region. Already 98% of 19+ fulltime learners think 'the college is a great place to study and learn'. Due to the nature of the College Building Programme, the arrangements need to be integrated, enabling the College to continue to undertake its core business of 'creating brighter futures' to secure a positive outcome for all students. The successful tenderer shall be appointed by 1st April 2016 for completion of the project by early July 2016. The exact date for completion may vary slightly, due to the nature of building and IT installation deadlines, however the appointed tenderer is required to guarantee to meet the final dates agreed as part of the overall building project plan. The contract being tendered is for the provision of Furniture & Equipment to be delivered, built and installed into its final classroom and/or office location. The value of the contract is in the region of £600K. It should be borne in mind that all Furniture & Equipment fitted will be under warranty, covered and maintained by the installing contractor for a period of TEN years. A period of 'snagging' should be built into proposals and the college shall agree a 'sign off' process with the successful tenderer. The contract is fixed price and any variations to the contract that are requested by the Client should be invoiced pro-rata at the agreed rate and should be calculated on a unit price per item basis. At the bid presentation stage of procurement shortlisted bidders shall be required to bring exact samples of all Furniture & Equipment to present to the assessing panel for approval. Tenderers will be required to ensure that within the proposal they have allowed for adequate transportation and contract supervision for the receipt, build and installation of all items ordered. The cost of the extended TEN year warranty shall similarly be transparent. Contractor 'Added Value' in terms of for example 'work experience' or 'sponsoring awards' shall be considered as part of the process to select the successful partner to fulfil this contract.
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