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Insurance services

Advantage South West | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
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The nature of the contract is for the provision of Insurance and related services and claims handling services as required by the members of the Advantage SW procurement consortium. The DPS will run for 10 years with Members running individual tendering exercises for their insurance requirements to companies on the DPS.

A programme of General Insurance and related services for Advantage SW Members. The programme will require Insurance and related services for risks that may include but not be limited to: property damage and business interruption, Employers, Public Products and Property Owners liability, Business Combined/Office, Money, motor fleet risks and Engineering Insurance and Inspection, All Risks, Computer, Contract Works, Group Personal Accident, Professional Indemnity, Fidelity Guarantee/Crime, Employment Practices Liability, Pollution, Asbestos Combined Liability, Cyber and Terrorism.

Provision of a Strategic Partner for Elective Care Services.

Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2015
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Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (‘the Trust’) is seeking a Strategic Partner for Elective Care Services (‘the Partner’) to invest and assist the Trust in improving and transforming the delivery of surgical services being provided by the Trust. These services will be provided to the Trust through the establishment of a joint venture body (‘JV’) between Trust and the Partner in which both parties will take an equity stake. The Partner will be required to deliver efficiencies in advising on, implementing and managing the provision of NHS surgical services at the Trust and participating in the strategic management of the joint venture as a business partner with the aim of increasing the efficiency, cost effectiveness and quality of the elective care services and achieving growth through securing new commercial opportunities (‘the Partnering Services’). The Partnering Services are expected to include (but are not limited to): — Advising on and delivering operational efficiencies and business improvements to the performance of existing surgical services at the Trust; — Advising on the specification, design, layout and functionality of the surgical wing of a proposed new mixed -function facility to be built by the Trust from which the Trust and the JV Partner will deliver future surgical services (‘the New Facility’); — Advising on the management of the future delivery of surgical services at the New Facility by the Trust; — Advising on investing in the fit-out of the shell of the New Facility‘s surgical space; — Advising on, implementing and managing the delivery of the Partner’s efficiency solution and practices at the New Facility; — Contributing to the business planning and commercial development of the JV over the term of the partnership. The Partner will be expected to explore potential management, governance and clinical staffing models for the JV and the New Facility as part of the competitive dialogue process. The scheme is expected to involve the JV entering into a lease for the surgical space in the New Facility which is expected to be operational in 2018 (‘the Operational Commencement Date’). The Partner may be required to invest in the fit-out of the New Facility as well as supplying the equipment to be installed in the New Facility. The Partner may be required to install the equipment they have sourced and/or co-ordinate with the Trust ‘s construction provider in its installation of the equipment. The partnership is expected to be adaptive to support and invest in the Trust’s current and future surgical and clinical needs and the delivery of Partnering Services by the JV partner will need to be flexible to meet changing needs, commissioning approaches and the move towards integration of health care services in the community. There will be a transitional period between the establishment of the JV and the Operational Commencement Date (during which it is anticipated that the Partner will deliver some of the Partnering Services). From the Operational Commencement Date, the contract will run for an initial term of 10 years with an option to extend for up to a further 5 years. The Trust anticipates that, once established, the JV will bid for opportunities to deliver relevant elective care surgical services to other Trusts. Further details of the opportunity are provided in the Memorandum of Information accompanying the pre-qualification questionnaire (see section VI.3) — Additional Information) for details of how to obtain these documents).

Somerset CCG — Non Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 21, 2016
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34114122, 85100000, 60140000, 60130000, 34115200, 85110000, 85143000

The provision of Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services for Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group is being carried out using an Open Process. Further information and contract documentation can be obtained via the following link: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/scwcsu/aspx/Home The County of Somerset covers a large geographical area. It has a dispersed, mainly rural population of approximately 540 000 people, with only one in four of its residents living in one of its three largest towns; Taunton; Yeovil; and Bridgwater. Somerset has two acute trusts within its borders (Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust) as well as 13 community hospitals (run by Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) and 75 GP practices. The Somerset population also relies on access to services in a number of neighbouring out of county trusts. These journeys, referred to as Zone B journeys, are generally for services which are more specialist in nature. Full details of the specification, activity, scope and requirements can be found in the Contract documentation and the Specification is supported with detailed journey information, maps and background information. Bidders must be aware of the range of settings of care and the challenges that this diversity presents in terms of the resourcing and planning processes as well as its impact on the load factor and the ratio of loaded to unloaded mileage. Bidders should consider ways of achieving improvements against the current performance. In constructing the tender the Commissioners have taken steps to ensure that there is an attractive, clear and robust specification and workload for bidders to respond to. — The Specification excludes car journeys and PTS ambulance journeys which require the support of qualified crews — The Commissioners have focussed the NEPTS contract on the core ‘traditional’ PTS workload looking to utilise multi-use vehicles to deliver an efficient and effective service. — Out of area journeys (Zone C) are included within the contract base but with a separate payment tariff. — The Patient Transport Advice Centre and Authorised Booking staff in the Trusts will make the booking requests and manage the eligibility criteria. We are actively seeking flexible and solution-orientated companies who are keen to make a positive mark in the NEPTS market. Our 3 key success factors to achieve from this procurement are: — The provision of a quality, flexible and responsive service which meets the contracted performance targets. — Excellent communication — IT and booking systems across the stakeholder community. — Sustainability — an operational model which strives for innovation and efficiency with experience of delivery. The duration of the agreement will be for 60 months, with an option to extend to up 24 months. A bidder event has been scheduled for 10.30am Friday 8th January 2016 at: Brympton Suite, Abbey Manor Business Centre, Preston Road, Yeovil, BA20 2EN. To register for this event please complete the form provided on the eTendering portal and return via the same.

Cremators

South Somerset District Council | Published October 7, 2017  -  Deadline November 13, 2017
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42350000

South Somerset District Council (SSDC) is undertaking the process of tendering for the Supply, Installation and Commissioning of New Cremators, Mercury Abatement Equipment and Control Systems for Yeovil Crematorium. This is to ensure that the service continues to meet its statutory obligations, the authority's objectives, provide best value and meet the future needs of the residents of South Somerset.

Summary of Contract Scope:

1. Design work.

2. The supply, installation and commissioning of the two cremators, abatement equipment and control systems.

3. The support and maintenance of the above.

A. To design, supply, deliver, off-load, position and install the cremators including all the ancillary equipment and building work to enable the plant to perform as required.

b. To design, supply, deliver and install flue gas mercury abatement plant for use with the new cremators, including all associated ancillary equipment, to enable the cremators to achieve the new plant operating standard specified in the Secretary of State's Guidance for Crematoria, PG5/2(12) and any relevant amendments.

c. To remove from site, and certify disposal, of the existing cremators, all associated ancillary equipment and any redundant waste gas ducts.

d. To connect of the waste gas ducting from the new cremators plant to the mercury abatement plant and the vertical flues in the chimney.

e. To carry out commissioning and independent flue gas testing of the completed installation to demonstrate full compliance with the standards specified in the crematorium's PPC Permit.

f. To ensure the cremator and mercury abatement plant will meet the standards required by the Secretary of State's Guidance — Crematoria PG5/2(12) and any relevant amendments.

g. As part of their proposals, the Contractor shall include in the Tendered sum a formal training course on the crematorium site, offering instructions and training on the operation and future maintenance to the cremator operators.

h. To provide operating and maintenance instructions in both paper and electronic copy.

l. To provide a fully automated data logging and reporting package as an integral part of the equipment's control system, the system shall be computer based, and the automatically generated output shall be as per DEFRA's PG 5/2 (12) agreed reporting format.

j. The carrying out all necessary building and structural work including modifications to the existing building, if necessary, to provide a temporary access to facilitate the installation of the new equipment and subsequent reinstatement, foundations for the new cremators, structural reinforcement to support abatement plant, provision of holes in walls for the passage of pipes, air and waste gas ducts, modifications to the existing chimney to accommodate new flue liners if required, cleaning down re-tiled/re-covered floor and make good ready for re-decoration of walls. Some of this work may be carried out by contractors appointed by SSDC in agreement with the Tenderer. Appropriate allowance will be made for this in the contract if this happens.

k. The contract will include an inclusive planned maintenance regime for fifteen (15) years from the date of commissioning of the plant, with an option to renew for a further period of five (5) years on similar terms.

The Primary Aims are:

1. to select a contractor who will deliver the optimal solution over the lifecycle of the equipment.

2. to select a contractor that recognises the Council's desire to enter into a long term relationship with a partner who will fully support this key facility, contribute to its long term success and help achieve the objectives contained in the business plan.

Construction work

Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
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Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (the ‘Trust’) seeks to establish a multi-supplier framework for construction works & associated services divided into 2 geographic Lots:

Lot 1: England and Wales

Lot 2: South and Central.

Other public and private sector organisations are entitled to access the framework through an access agreement with the Trust. This is a mixed procurement, the main subject is construction works. However, contracts awarded under the framework will also cover the provision of associated goods and services in accordance with the call-off contract terms. Typical projects expected under the framework include construction and refurbishment of clinical and non-clinical facilities (not including facilities management services).

Building Contracts awarded under the Framework Agreement will be based on JCT standard forms of contract (drafts of which are available to interested organisations). For full details refer to the Selection Questionnaire and associated documents.

The new PIC Framework will enable the Trust and a range of public and private sector clients to procure construction services for projects funded through private capital. Clients (being those organisations entitled to access the framework) are listed or referred to in section VI.3 of this notice.

With an estimated construction value of up to 800 000 000 GBP (across both Lots) over four years, the framework will be a key tool for the delivery of a range of developments, giving contractor partner members access to construction projects across the acute, primary care, community care and elderly care sectors.

It will provide the qualifying participants with a mechanism for the delivery of public sector infrastructure works, creating a quick, efficient and flexible vehicle for accessing high quality and experienced building contractors for the construction of projects developed using private funding.

Designed around the JCT form of building contract, it will ensure a robust contract structure that responds to investor and funder requirements. In satisfying the transfer of risk, the framework will therefore provide a vehicle for accessing vital sources of private funding, rather than being driven by the availability of public sector capital.

Covering the provision of building works and services, the framework will enable the Trust and other public and private sector clients to deliver a range of new projects, including cutting-edge facilities to provide additional services; deliver new models of care; support research, training and development; aid recruitment and retention; and improve the environment for patients, visitors and staff.

This will include projects delivered through the Yeovil Estates Partnership — the Trust's strategic joint venture.

The Trust has instructed Prime Contractor Framework Management Co. Limited — a wholly owned subsidiary company of Prime — to act as Framework Manager. Prime is the Trust's private sector development and investment partner (being a 50 % joint venture partner in Partnering Solutions (Yeovil) Limited, which in turn is the joint venture partner with the Trust in Yeovil Estates Partnership LLP). The Framework Manager will be responsible for establishing and managing the framework for the Trust.

Following a ‘call-off’, it is envisaged that a contractor partner (or, on rare occasions, two contractor partners) will initially be appointed under a Pre-Construction Services Agreement (PCSA) prior to the award of the main Building Contract (although there is the flexibility for a building contract to be awarded without a prior PCSA) if the project reaches financial close.

A PCSA or Building Contract may be awarded through either a direct award or a mini-competition (depending on the anticipated value of the eventual Building Contract and requirements of the client).

The purpose of the PCSA stage is to enable the contractor to work with the employer and its design team to develop the project through feasibility to outline design and enable the employer to assist the client in securing a robust Outline Business Case approval. This process will lead to the stage whereby a planning application can be made, and thereafter for the detailed design to be finalised and priced (within the budget).

A call-off process may relate to a single project or a series of related works (a ‘Bulk Call-Off’).

A contractor appointed under a PCSA and/or Building Contract will be required to competitively procure its supply chain in accordance with the Contract Documents.

For further information see the Selection Questionnaire and associated documents.

Lot 1 will have national coverage across England and Wales and is intended for larger Contractor Partners to deliver schemes with a contract value generally in excess of GBP 10million or outside the Lot 2 area. However, clients will be entitled to choose which Lot to procure its contractor partner from.

The new PIC Framework will enable the Trust and a range of public and private sector clients to procure construction services for projects funded through private capital. Clients (being those organisations entitled to access the framework) are listed or referred to in section VI.3 of this notice.

With an estimated construction value of up to 800 000 000 GBP (across both Lots) over four years, the framework will be a key tool for the delivery of a range of developments, giving contractor partner members access to construction projects across the acute, primary care, community care and elderly care sectors.

It will provide the qualifying participants with a mechanism for the delivery of public sector infrastructure works, creating a quick, efficient and flexible vehicle for accessing high quality and experienced building contractors for the construction of projects developed using private funding.

Designed around the JCT form of building contract, it will ensure a robust contract structure that responds to investor and funder requirements. In satisfying the transfer of risk, the framework will therefore provide a vehicle for accessing vital sources of private funding, rather than being driven by the availability of public sector capital.

Covering the provision of building works and services, the framework will enable the Trust and other public and private sector clients to deliver a range of new projects, including cutting-edge facilities to provide additional services; deliver new models of care; support research, training and development; aid recruitment and retention; and improve the environment for patients, visitors and staff.

This will include projects delivered through the Yeovil Estates Partnership — the Trust's strategic joint venture.

The Trust has instructed Prime Contractor Framework Management Co. Limited — a wholly owned subsidiary company of Prime — to act as Framework Manager. Prime is the Trust's private sector development and investment partner (being a 50 % joint venture partner in Partnering Solutions (Yeovil) Limited, which in turn is the joint venture partner with the Trust in Yeovil Estates Partnership LLP). The Framework Manager will be responsible for establishing and managing the framework for the Trust.

Following a ‘call-off’, it is envisaged that a contractor partner (or, on rare occasions, two contractor partners) will initially be appointed under a Pre-Construction Services Agreement (PCSA) prior to the award of the main Building Contract (although there is the flexibility for a building contract to be awarded without a prior PCSA) if the project reaches financial close.

A PCSA or Building Contract may be awarded through either a direct award or a mini-competition (depending on the anticipated value of the eventual Building Contract and requirements of the client).

The purpose of the PCSA stage is to enable the contractor to work with the employer and its design team to develop the project through feasibility to outline design and enable the employer to assist the client in securing a robust Outline Business Case approval. This process will lead to the stage whereby a planning application can be made, and thereafter for the detailed design to be finalised and priced (within the budget).

A call-off process may relate to a single project or a series of related works (a ‘Bulk Call-Off’).

A contractor appointed under a PCSA and/or Building Contract will be required to competitively procure its supply chain in accordance with the Contract Documents.

For further information see the Selection Questionnaire and associated documents.

Lot 2 is intended for smaller Contractor Partners (though Bidders can submit proposals to be included in both Lots if they can demonstrate both regional and national presence). However, clients will be entitled to choose which Lot to procure its contractor partner from.

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