A number of multi supplier frameworks for the supply of all catering and hospitality
(i) catering (canteen) services where food and beverages are prepared, cooked
(where appropriate) and served on site;
(ii) hospitality services where food and beverages are prepared, cooked (where
appropriate) and served on site; and
(iii) ‘free issue’ of tea and coffee and other associated items.
The Contracting Authority/OGP is conducting the Competitions for Framework
Agreements using a procedure akin to the open procedure and in accordance with
the Directive 2014/23/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on the award of concession contracts (the ‘Concessions
Directive’). As the Services are specified in Annex IV of the Concessions
Directive, only limited provisions of the Concessions Directive are mandated
pursuant to Article 19 thereof.
This is a Prior Information Notice (PIN). Teagasc intends to publish one or more Requests for Tenders for the provision of Facilities Management Services at all Teagasc offices nationwide. Teagasc may separate this into individual lots or competitions for cleaning and catering services or may amalgamate these services into a combined facilities management contract along with other services. Teagasc will also be seeking Architectural services. Details of Teagasc offices can be found at http://www.teagasc.ie/contacts/office_locator.asp Catering services will be required at the following locations: • Head Office, Oak Park • Ashtown • Moorepark • Athenry • Grange • Kildalton • Clonakilty • Ballyhaise This PIN is for information only. It is not a call for tenders, nor is it a commitment to proceed with a procurement and not a call for competition. A call to competition may be placed within the next 12 months. Teagasc does not require a response to this Prior Information Notice.
Dublin City Council (DCC) is seeking tenders from competent catering operators for the operation of a tearoom in St Patrick’s Park, on a commercial concession basis. The use of the tearoom is intended to enhance the attraction of the public amenity for the park’s many users. The preference would be for quality, fresh, homemade/baked and natural goods, all submissions will be considered in line with the selection and award criteria described in this document. The tearoom is a refurbished historical arch space in St. Patrick's Park, including internal seating and servery area with back store room and staff WC (26m2 in size). There is an external terrace seating area with feature polished concrete table under feature magnolia tree (70m2 in size). Dublin City Council proposes to award a commercial concession for three years, with the option to extend for a further two periods of one year each (maximum five years in total). The concessionaire shall have an exclusive right to provide the service in the defined catering area. The concessionaire will be expected to achieve their earnings by maximising trade through pro-active and commercial management, and as such are expected to be proactive in promoting not only the tearoom, but the park as well. Please see the tender documents for full details.
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