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CIWW Catering Concession

The City of Cardiff Council | Published January 16, 2017
CIWW Catering Concession

AUEA Catering Contract

Aston University | Published January 11, 2017
AUEA Catering Contract.

Catering Services at 3 Schools

Amadeus Primary Academies Trust | Published January 10, 2017
Catering Services at 3 Schools.

Catering services

The University of Sheffield | Published January 6, 2017

In advance of the publication of our tender documents for the shared provision of Delivered Hospitality Catering Services at the University of Sheffield, we are seeking expressions of interest in an open day which will be held on our site on Tuesday 24.1.2017 at 13:00

The University will be seeking to award a framework by competitive tender and wishes to appoint a number of experienced and innovative service providers for the shared provision of Delivered Hospitality Catering Services. Our own in-house catering service will continue to offer their existing and comprehensive service throughout the University, however there is now a need to enhance and formalise the supplementary services offered by local external providers, who are engaged at faculty and departmental level. The requirements are likely to range from providing catering services for small meetings involving 2-3 people to larger reception style events.

Catering services

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017

The University is seeking Contractor(s) for the provision of Catering Services for the Glasgow campus. The University is looking for an imaginative and dynamic food delivery to include diverse hot food made to order, coffee and cake provisions, sandwich providers, healthy options, vegetarian cuisine and international food options etc.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services for the Main Kitchen and Restaurant, Staff Dining Room, Internal Hospitality, Commercial and Corporate Hospitality, and Vending on the Glasgow campus.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services for the Saltire Centre café on the Glasgow campus.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services for the Learning Café on the Glasgow campus.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services for the Students Association Bistro on the Glasgow campus.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services for the Grab and Go Café on the Glasgow campus.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

The University is seeking a Contractor for the provision of Catering Services across all the outlets on the Glasgow campus. The University is looking for an imaginative and dynamic food delivery to include diverse hot food made to order, coffee and cake provisions, sandwich providers, healthy options, vegetarian cuisine, international food options etc.

Further information is available in the ITT document.

Catering services

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017

The University is seeking Contractor(s) for the provision of Catering Services for the Glasgow campus. The University is looking for an imaginative and dynamic food delivery to include diverse hot food made to order, coffee and cake provisions, sandwich providers, healthy options, vegetarian cuisine and international food options etc.

Catering services

Chelmsford City Council | Published January 18, 2017

Chelmsford City Council is undertaking a soft market testing exercise to gauge the level of interest in this exciting opportunity for 2 unique catering opportunities in thriving and popular locations. Chelmsford City Council is looking to gauge the level of interest in one or both of the opportunities available to run the catering outlets at the Hylands Estate Stables Visitor Centre and Chelmsford Museum at Oaklands Park.

As England's newest city, Chelmsford City Council has invested heavily in these two prestigious venues and is keen to work alongside a catering partner or partners to deliver a distinctive and enticing offering at both of these locations.

The Hylands Estate regularly attracts over 1 500 000 visitors per year and is home to both the Grade II* Listed Hylands House and an extensive events portfolio ranging from Artisan Markets to V Festival. The current café has been operating for almost a decade and has in that time amassed a significant and loyal customer base, making this is an excellent opportunity to express an interest in an already successful and well-established business.

The second catering opportunity available is at the Chelmsford Museum at Oaklands Park and House, a well-loved visitor attraction at the heart of the local community. Located just a 15 minute walk from the City Centre and home to Chelmsford Museum, Oaklands is preparing for a major redevelopment to the Grade II listed Victorian House to improve the museum galleries and create a new catering operation. The Council is looking for a catering partner who can work with us from an early stage, advising on the kitchen fit-out and working with the museum to create an innovative offering that will cater for a newly invigorated visitor attraction.

School catering services

The Catering Tender Company Ltd | Published January 12, 2017

Provision of catering services to two schools.

Provision of school catering services.

Catering services

University Of Edinburgh | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2017

Queen Margaret University wishes to appoint a contractor to provide catering, canteen, shop, delivered catering and bar services to the University and its student facility in its Musselburgh Campus, in Scotland, UK.

This project will not be divided into lots as a main contractor is sought who will manage any sub contracts and the supply chain.

We will apply a two-stage Restricted Procedure conducted via PCS-Tender (PCS-T). Bidders must self-certify adherence to selection and exclusion criteria via the ESPD on PCS-T. Suppliers may be required to submit Means of Proof at a later stage via PCS-T. When completing the ESPD, bidders must have regard for the specific selection requirements detailed in Section III of this OJEU Notice.

Following assessment of submitted ESPDs, it is envisaged that we will invite 5 bidders to tender Criteria.

Please refer to ESPD documentation attached in PCS-T for full selection information.

Queen Margaret University requires Suppliers who can provide Catering and Related Services to respond to the ESPD on PCS-T.

The requirement for Suppliers is to demonstrate that they are suitably qualified and have relevant experience and capacity to supply Catering and Related Services to support Queen Margaret University (QMU) and to the Queen Margaret University Students Union (QMUSU).

Queen Margaret University expects that the services will be managed and provided at nil cost to the university as a minimum, if not providing a financial return.

Please note that whilst we are currently tendering for the two main areas of provision, QMU and QMUSU, prior to award we reserve the right to award the contract to provide the QMU requirement only. Tenderers should note that you are expected to demonstrate your technical capability and capacity to provide services for both areas at the selection stage.

Outline Services include:

Catering including Hospitality (QMU and QMUSU);

— Coffee Shop (QMU);

— Retail Shop (QMU);

— Bar (QMUSU) QMU.

The University's comprehensive core catering services are provided through three separate catering outlets all serviced from a modern kitchen area. The main refectory is a modern and vibrant facility with a large retail shop area located nearby. A separate coffee bar is located between the main reception area and the refectory. There is a requirement for a wide range of high quality hospitality for meetings and events throughout the building. During the summer months the Caterer works closely with the University to provide full catering packages for up to 700 visiting students attending summer schools at the University.

QMUSU.

The Students Union is a separate facility to the main refectory providing a hot food offer with bar facilities over seven days. The union area is also used for student events and is serviced from a small finishing kitchen and bar counter area.

In providing catering services, the University promotes opportunities for social interaction amongst students and staff, provides an attractive package to support commercial conferencing and events business and promotes the image of the University to visiting prospective students and staff. The University seeks to appoint a contractor which can provide comprehensive catering services to satisfy the competing demands of different client groups. The contractor must be able to respond to trends in food offers in line with customer expectations, especially from a brand-conscious student generation and from commercial clients who are sensitive to both quality and cost.

These facilities are also open and available to the general public and local community.

The following Sustainable and Community benefit areas will be included in the ITT:

Demonstrating taking a positive approach to rewarding workers at a level that can help tackle poverty.

Localised Employment opportunities.

Adopting fair working practice and equality; and

Policies that supports staffs' wellbeing through family friendly and health initiatives.

Supporting local Suppliers through proactive supply chain management.

Environmental Ethical and Fair Working Practices.

Initiatives to reduce sustainable impact in the supply chain.

Living Wage as set by the Living Wage Foundation (www.livingwage.org) must be applied for staff provided who operate on campus.

Localised and seasonal produce where available.

Social Considerations.

Use of Fair Trade Produce where applicable and available.

Best Practice to address supply chain and food quality.

Limited use of pesticides on fresh produce.

Animal Welfare.

Carmel College — Tender for Catering Services

Carmel College | Published December 21, 2016
Carmel College — Tender for Catering Services.

Eckington School — Tender for Catering Services

Eckington School | Published December 21, 2016
Eckington School — Tender for Catering Services.

Hereward College — Tender for Catering Services

Hereward College | Published December 20, 2016
Hereward College — Tender for Catering Services.

Cornwall Cluster — Tender for Catering Services

St Martin's C of E Primary School | Published December 28, 2016
Cornwall Cluster — Tender for Catering Services.

Elmwood Infant School Catering Tender

Elmwood Infant School | Published January 6, 2017
Elmwood Infant School Catering Tender.

Catering services

WKCIC Group incorporating (Westminster Kingsway and City and Islington College) | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

WKCIC Group was created on 1.8.2016 from the merger of Westminster Kingsway College and City & Islington College. It is the largest Further Education College Group in London serving 26 500 learners. WKCIC's strategic aim is to be the most significant Further Education provider in the capital, meeting the training needs of London employers and the people who live and work here. The estimated contract cost is 660 000 EUR Per Annum and 3 330 000 EUR over a 5 year period (plus an optional 2 year extension) However it is expected that the services will be delivered at zero cost to the client.

The WKCIC Group wish to procure its catering service contract with one service provider. The preferred service provider must understand, buy into and support the WKCIC Group's project objectives.

It is anticipated that the catering services will include the following:

— Breakfast service.

— Lunch service.

— Hot counter/ self-help service.

— Hot and cold snack service.

— Salad service.

— Self-help ‘Grab n Go’ service.

— Merchandising unit service.

— Hot and cold beverage service.

— Hospitality Service.

— Special events/ corporate functions.

— Vending Service.

Catering supplies

The Priory Federation of Academies Trust | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017

The successful tenderer will be required to provide a catering supplies procurement service for The Priory Federation of Academies Trust.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering supplies at each school within the Trust ~ the tender project is seeking to appoint a company whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of catering supplies at each site detailed within the Trust.

The contract being tendered is initially for three years in duration from 1.9.2017 until 31.8.2020, with the option to extend by a further two years (until 31.8.2022) by mutual consent. The contract will be fixed price in nature.

The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful contractor to operate to at all times, is being able to provide all schools a service that is fit for purpose and that the contractor is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications are achieved and that the frequency of deliveries as detailed within the Tender Specification.

The successful tenderer will be required to provide the service initially for the four schools listed below within The Priory Federation of Academies Trust. However, as the Trust continues to expand, it is likely that the number of participating schools will increase, therefore the Trust reserves the right to add to this contract;

The Priory Academy LSST

Cross O'Cliff Hill

Lincoln

LN5 8PW

The Priory City of Lincoln Academy

Skellingthorpe Road

Lincoln

LN6 0EP

The Priory Witham Academy

De Wint Avenue

Lincoln

LN6 7DT

The Priory Ruskin Academy

Rushcliffe Road

Grantham

Lincolnshire

NG31 8ED

The value of the current contract is approximately 450 000 GBP p.a.

Management of the Catering Services

St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy Dewsbury | Published January 5, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

Provide the catering services for 11 to 18 year olds at St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy in Dewsbury.

Management of the Catering Services

St. John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy | Published January 5, 2017

Provide the catering services for 11 to 18 year olds at St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy in Dewsbury.

School catering services

Robert Le Kyng Primary School | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

Robert Le Kyng is a two form entry Primary School in Central Swindon.

The School catering is currently provided as regeneration of meals which are prepared offsite, and the School wish to replace the regeneration provision with a full fresh cooked on site service. The School is aware this change of approach will require investment in the catering facilities and staff, therefore its intended Bidders will provide, in their tender response, the solution for the kitchen equipment and fitting. The funding for the investment required will be provided by the Successful Bidder and will be depreciated on a flat line basis over the core contract period.

Robert Le Kyng is a 2 form entry Primary School in Central Swindon.

The School catering is currently provided as regeneration of meals which are prepared offsite, and the School wish to replace the regeneration provision with a full fresh cooked on site service. The School is aware this change of approach will require investment in the catering facilities and staff, therefore its intended Bidders will provide, in their tender response, the solution for the kitchen equipment and fitting. The funding for the investment required will be provided by the Successful Bidder and will be depreciated on a flat line basis over the core contract period.

It is the Schools expectation that the Successful Bidder shall be responsible for the operation of the catering function including employment and management of staff, supply of foodstuffs, consumables and light equipment and preparing and serving appropriate meals. The School will retain responsibility for payment of utilities and the operation and maintenance of core catering equipment and facilities.

School catering services

Aston University Engineering Academy | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 9, 2017

AUEA is a University technical college in Birmingham, UK. It is smaller than the average size secondary school with students coming from a wide range of ethnic groups. 85 % of the student population is Muslim. The catering service is delivered in a modern dedicated dining area and has the potential to be developed further to create a more efficient food-court type area. There is also exterior seating which is open for students to use. The Academy will award the contract for 3 years commencing September 2017. There will be an option to extend the contract by up to a further 2 years. Tenderers are invited to submit proposals with the desire to provide a nil cost catering service. There is an opportunity to consider investment proposals to further improve this provision.

Catering services for the University Technical College known as AUEA.