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Catering and Hospitality Services

Scottish Government | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 3, 2015
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111200, 111300, 111400, 111410, 111411, 119999

The contract is for the provision of staff restaurant services for 150 staff at the SASA Headquarters Building, vending machines, hospitality and events for Science & Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA) a department of Scottish Government located on a single site at 1 Roddinglaw Road, Edinburgh EH12 9FJ. The contract duration will be 3 years with two possible one year extensions.

Catering, Hospitality Services, and Retail Outlets

University of Bradford | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
cpvs
55500000

The University of Bradford is an innovative supplier, with a strong customer focus who is able to a deliver a range of catering services. Working collaboratively with the UoB, the supplier will bring innovative service solutions and embrace and deliver continuous improvement in a culturally diverse environment that is able to successfully overcome the challenge of many local competitors. The contract will include varied catering services across a range of outlets, restaurant services, hospitality provision, and catering for functions and events across both the university main campus, off Richmond Road and the Faculty of Management & Law campus, which is located off Emm Lane.

Catering, Hospitality Services, and Retail Outlets.

University of Bradford | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
55500000, 55520000

Canteen and catering services. Catering services. The University of Bradford is an innovative supplier, with a strong customer focus who is able to a deliver a range of catering services. Working collaboratively with the UoB, the supplier will bring innovative service solutions and embrace and deliver continuous improvement in a culturally diverse environment that is able to successfully overcome the challenge of many local competitors. The contract will include varied catering services across a range of outlets, restaurant services, hospitality provision, and catering for functions and events across both the university main campus, off Richmond Road and the Faculty of Management and Law campus, which is located off Emm Lane.

Catering, Hospitality Services, and Retail Outlets.

University of Bradford | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
cpvs
55500000, 55520000

Canteen and catering services. Catering services. The University of Bradford is an innovative supplier, with a strong customer focus who is able to a deliver a range of catering services. Working collaboratively with the UoB, the supplier will bring innovative service solutions and embrace and deliver continuous improvement in a culturally diverse environment that is able to successfully overcome the challenge of many local competitors. The contract will include varied catering services across a range of outlets, restaurant services, hospitality provision, and catering for functions and events across both the university main campus, off Richmond Road and the Faculty of Management and Law campus, which is located off Emm Lane.

(NU/1117) - Provision of Delivered Hospitality / Event Catering Goods and Services

Newcastle University | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
55523000

Service Category 17 - Hotel and Restaurant Services The University operates its own hospitality and catering service known as EAT@Event Catering. The University's Purchasing Procedure stipulates that all requirements for on-campus hospitality and catering provisions should be made to EAT@Event Catering, with the exception of low risk self-catered events requiring very simple arrangements for light refreshments, but in the event that EAT@Event Catering are unable to supply the requirement approved external catering Suppliers may be used. This tender is to establish a Framework Agreement with three Suppliers to supply buffet food to the University for meetings, events etc. The Agreement will be divided into two lots: Lot 1 - Cold Buffet Food and Refreshments Lot 2 - Hot Fork Buffet Food and Refreshments

CBC-0524-T-LP-Catering and Bar services to Priory View

Central Bedfordshire Council | Published May 14, 2015  -  Deadline July 2, 2015
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This contract is for the supply of Café / Restaurant services including: • Formal table service • Light meals and snacks • Hot and cold beverage service • Licensed bar The contract period is commencing October/November 2015 for Two years with a possible One year extension Priory View Independent Living scheme is Independent living for the over 55yrs and will house 83 apartments which are split into affordable rental, shared ownership and outright sale. As well as housing, Priory View will also offer restaurant facilities to residents and the general public. Catering services will be required seven days a week, 365 days each year. The restaurant will be open for a lunch service every day, and in the evening for special occasions The informal café/coffee bar to be available throughout the day. The bar will be open lunch time and early evenings, with a later opening for special events and occasions.

Fully Managed Catering Services

Scottish Government | Published December 18, 2014
Winner
Sodexo
cpvs
111000, 111200, 111300, 111400, 111410, 111411, 111500, 119999

The Scottish Government (the Client) is responsible to the Scottish Parliament for most of the functions of Government in Scotland, with the exception of defence, foreign policy, taxation and social security. It employs in excess of 7,500 Civil Servants. Catering objectives The Client was seeking to work with a Service Provider who demonstrates the following characteristics: -has a passion for delivering good food and service -is open and transparent -is innovative -is commercially aware -operates in a sustainable manner -is flexible to adapt to changing needs -will support Scottish Government food and catering policies Scope of works This requirement was for the provision of staff restaurant services, coffee shops, hospitality and events for strategic Scottish Government buildings in the Central Belt and Aberdeen, and agency buildings which use the Scottish Government Facilities and Estates Services. The objective is that the Service Provider delivers the catering service using best industry practice.

PSNI Catering Contract

Department of Finance and Personnel Northern Ireland | Published December 23, 2013  -  Deadline January 24, 2014
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The PSNI has a continuing business need to provide catering and vending services to officers and staff across a number of key identified locations, with the ability to escalate such services to meet complex operational Policing demands.

At present there are 26 restaurants within the Police Estate, as detailed within Specification Appendix 1. Their location is distributed accordingly throughout the PSNI District and Headquarter sites. Within each District structure there is a dedicated Business Services Team who is responsible for on-site management.

Catering Services within the PSNI include:

• On-site Staff Restaurant Services;
• Hospitality;
• Detainee Meal Provision;
• Student Meals;
• Operational Catering; and
• Vending Services.
 

Provision of Soft Facilities Management at MoD Lyneham.

Ministry of Defence, DIO | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
Compass Contract Services (U.K.) Limited T/A ESS Support Services Worldwide
cpvs
79993100, 55520000, 90910000, 90900000, 90911000, 55000000, 55110000, 55120000, 75100000, 79990000, 79992000, 63000000, 92000000, 98311100, 98393000, 90922000, 90500000

Facilities management services. Catering services. Cleaning services. Cleaning and sanitation services. Accommodation, building and window cleaning services. Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services. Hotel accommodation services. Hotel meeting and conference services. Administration services. Miscellaneous business-related services. Reception services. Supporting and auxiliary transport services; travel agencies services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. Laundry management services. Tailoring services. Pest-control services. Refuse and waste related services. Facilities Management (FM) services: — Catering Retail and Leisure services — Cleaning services — Refuse and Waste-related Management services — Pest Control services — Tailoring services — Recreational, Cultural and Sporting services — Reception services — Administration services — Stores Management and Administration services, — Management and Administration of Stores, — Hotel and Restaurant services — Hotel meeting and conference services, — Travel Agencies services — Supporting and Auxiliary Transport services — Motor Transport and Driver services — Miscellaneous business-related services, The Contracting Authority is seeking a contractor to deliver these and general support services to MoD Lyneham during its transition to the new Defence College of Technical Training (DCTT).

Provision of Soft Facilities Management at MoD Lyneham.

Ministry of Defence, DIO | Published August 2, 2014  -  Deadline September 4, 2014
cpvs
79993100, 55520000, 90910000, 90900000, 90911000, 55000000, 55110000, 55120000, 75100000, 79990000, 79992000, 63000000, 92000000, 98311100, 98393000, 90922000, 90500000

Facilities management services. Catering services. Cleaning services. Cleaning and sanitation services. Accommodation, building and window cleaning services. Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services. Hotel accommodation services. Hotel meeting and conference services. Administration services. Miscellaneous business-related services. Reception services. Supporting and auxiliary transport services; travel agencies services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. Laundry management services. Tailoring services. Pest-control services. Refuse and waste related services. Facilities Management (FM) services: — Catering Retail and Leisure services, — Cleaning services, — Refuse and Waste-related Management services, — Pest Control services, — Tailoring services, — Recreational, Cultural and Sporting services, — Reception services, — Administration services, — Stores Management and Administration services, — Management and Administration of Stores, — Hotel and Restaurant services, — Hotel meeting and conference services, — Travel Agencies services, — Supporting and Auxiliary Transport services, — Motor Transport and Driver services, — Miscellaneous business-related services. The Contracting Authority is seeking a contractor to deliver these and general support services to MoD Lyneham during its transition to the new Defence College of Technical Training (DCTT).

SUP2815 - Provision of Catering Services.

The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust | Published June 12, 2012  -  Deadline July 11, 2012
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55000000, 55520000, 55523000, 55900000

Provision of patient feeding that includes either cook/chill or cook/frozen. To provide staff and visitor restaurant services, breakfast and lunch (weekdays only), and all vending services including food and drinks. To provide weekday coffee bar and light catering facilities in a separate social location used by staff and contractors. The option to bid for all three existing retail and catering franchises during the term of the contract. The full extent of the services will be defined in the specification.

Catering Services 2017.

University of Bedfordshire | Published April 12, 2017
cpvs
55500000

The University is seeking to appoint an operator to provide onsite catering services, for our Luton, Bedford and other campuses as required. The intention is that the Contract will be let on a Nil Cost basis; the Service Provider will recover operating costs from the revenue generated from catering operations. Service requirements include provision of restaurant services, cafés, retail, vending and corporate hospitality from both internal and external sources. The University expects to share in any profits generated via a variable return mechanism. A rent or fixed return to the University would also be preferable. The ideal partner should aim to provide a service that engages the student and staff population, offering a wide variety of meals and snacks, whilst considering multiple pricing ranges in order to minimise the cost burden on students. The offering should aim to be first choice, be customer focussed and takes into account the ethnic diversity and brand consciousness of the student and staff population. The overriding objective is to increase student and staff sales through promotions and innovation in service delivery and choices. The Service Provider will be required to work closely with BedsSU to provide the best experience possible for our students. The University is looking for a long-term partner to enhance the student experience by re-energising both the current food and facilities offer. Significant capital investment would be a key feature of this partnership and is reflected in the length of the contract which is expected to be 10 years (with mutually acceptable break options at the end of years 3 and six). There is scope for joint investment in this project.

Catering Services 2017

University of Bedfordshire | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
55523000, 55500000

The University is seeking to appoint an operator to provide onsite catering services, for our Luton, Bedford and other campuses as required. The intention is that the Contract will be let on a Nil Cost basis; the Service Provider will recover operating costs from the revenue generated from catering operations. Service requirements include provision of restaurant services, cafés, retail, vending and corporate hospitality from both internal and external sources. The University expects to share in any profits generated via a variable return mechanism. A rent or fixed return to the University would also be preferable.

The ideal partner should aim to provide a service that engages the student and staff population, offering a wide variety of meals and snacks, whilst considering multiple pricing ranges in order to minimise the cost burden on students. The offering should aim to be first choice, be customer focussed and takes into account the ethnic diversity and brand consciousness of the student and staff population. The overriding objective is to increase student and staff sales through promotions and innovation in service delivery and choices. The Service Provider will be required to work closely with BedsSU to provide the best experience possible for our students.

The University is looking for a long-term partner to enhance the student experience by re-energising both the current food and facilities offer. Significant capital investment would be a key feature of this partnership and is reflected in the length of the contract which is expected to be 10 years (with mutually acceptable break options at the end of years 3 and six). There is scope for joint investment in this project.

ESCC NS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at The Orangery and Marlborough House - AWARD

 | Published July 19, 2016
cpvs
85000000

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at The Orangery and Marlborough House. This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities. Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs. The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind. The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace. The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities. The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC NS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at The Orangery and Marlborough House

East Sussex County Council | Published March 28, 2016  -  Deadline March 27, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85141000, 98300000, 85100000, 85310000, 85300000, 85144000, 85312200, 85312000, 85144100, 85311200, 98000000, 85311000, 85311100, 85141200

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at The Orangery and Marlborough House. This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities.

Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs.

The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind.

The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace.

The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities.

The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service

The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC NS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at The Orangery and Marlborough House

East Sussex County Council | Published July 21, 2016
Winner
Mears Care Limited
cpvs
85000000, 85141000, 98300000, 85311100, 85310000, 85300000, 85144000, 85312200, 85312000, 85144100, 85311200, 98000000, 85311000, 85100000, 85141200

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at The Orangery and Marlborough House. This tender is being let in 1 lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities.

Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs.

The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind.

The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace.

The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities.

The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service.

The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC NS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at The Orangery and Marlborough House.

East Sussex County Council | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 29, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85141000, 98300000, 85100000, 85310000, 85300000, 85144000, 85312200, 85312000, 85144100, 85311200, 98000000, 85311000, 85311100, 85141200

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at The Orangery and Marlborough House. This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities.

Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs.

The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind.

The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace.

The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities.

The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service.

The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC NS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at The Orangery and Marlborough House.

East Sussex County Council | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 28, 2016
cpvs
85000000, 85141000, 98300000, 85100000, 85310000, 85300000, 85144000, 85312200, 85312000, 85144100, 85311200, 98000000, 85311000, 85311100, 85141200

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at The Orangery and Marlborough House. This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities.

Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs.

The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind.

The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace.

The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities.

The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service.

The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC-SS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at Downlands Court and Margaret House In East Sussex - AWARD

 | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Autism Sussex Ltd
cpvs
85000000

East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at Downlands Court (Peacehaven) and Margaret House (Uckfield). This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities. Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs. The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind. The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace. The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities. The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.

ESCC-SS Extra Care Housing (Care and Support) at Downlands Court and Margaret House In East Sussex

SE Shared Services | Published July 31, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
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East Sussex County Council is offering providers the opportunity to bid in an Open Tender process for the provision of the extra care housing (care and support) service at Downlands Court (Peacehaven) and Margaret House (Uckfield). This tender is being let in one lot and the successful provider will be contracted to provide services at both extra care facilities. Extra care housing schemes provide homes for older people who are tenants/leaseholders in a community setting whilst ensuring that their housing, social and health care needs are met within a secure environment with housing support and housing management services and a 24 hour 7 days a week care and support service. The schemes aim to offer an alternative to residential care for some older people who are eligible for this service, including those with learning disabilities and mental health needs. The building has been designed to support good care and support practice using experience gained from both national guidance and previous schemes. Extensive research has taken place to inform the building design with the needs of people with physical and sensory impairments, people living with dementia and carers in mind. The buildings provide a range of facilities on site which as a minimum may include access to communal rooms, café/ restaurant, buggy store, laundry, assisted bathroom, IT suite and landscaped garden/roof terrace. The intention of the schemes as a whole is to provide a focal point for the local community whilst preventing the social exclusion of Adults with Care and Support Needs through enabling them to access mainstream facilities. The successful provider is expected to staff a 24 hour waking night Care and Support service The successful provider will be required to liaise and collaborate regularly with the Landlord and the providers of housing support and restaurant services in order to provide a seamless service to Adults with Care and Support Needs and their carers.