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Catering Services

Sheffield City Council | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
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55000000

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to select a catering provider to deliver the following catering services against the Councils requirements under a two year (with option to extend for a further 2 years) Concession agreement:

 

1.    catering in the workplace and internal meeting support and hospitality (Lot 1)

This includes the provision of;

a) canteen services for staff (these venues are the Town Hall and Moorfoot Building) operational between normal council working hours from Monday to Friday (bidders are free to suggest opening hours) including hot and cold food, freshly prepared, pre packed food, hot and cold beverages and light snacks and,

b) catering in offices and meeting rooms at these two locations as well as other Council sites across the city centre (even outside canteen opening hours) including; hot and cold beverages, biscuits etc. and working lunches (beverages, sandwiches etc.)

 

2.    catering for events – civic events, weddings, conferences, festivals etc. (Lot 2)

The provision of catering in connection with civic functions served within the Councils Civic offices, ceremonies (including weddings etc.) within the Town Hall/ any other locations, and any other events, functions, conferences etc. as requested.   

 

Catering services

The University of Sheffield | Published January 6, 2017
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55520000, 55523000

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.

Provision of School Catering Services.

Learner Engagement Achievement Partnership (Dinnington & Brinsworth Comprehensive Schools) | Published July 18, 2015
Winner
Mellors Catering Services Limited
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55524000

The catering contract being offered will commence on 1.8.2015 for an initial period of 3 years, concluding on 31.7.2018, and will be offered on a guaranteed performance basis. The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Dinnington Comprehensive School and Brinsworth Comprehensive School, which are located approximately 11 miles apart. It should be noted that whilst both Schools are sharing the same tender exercise, and both are members of the ‘Learner Engagement Achievement Partnership’, they reserve the right to appoint 2 separate catering contractors and therefore separate contracts may be awarded on an individual basis. The individual requirements of the Schools are deemed by the Partnership to be equally important to those of each other and the successful tenderer is expected to have significant experience in catering for the dietary needs of a wide range of pupils. Please note that during the period of the contract the Partnership may further expand and the provision of any additional catering requirements would be negotiated separately. The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the Partnership, which currently includes breakfast club, morning break, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Free school meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost. Whilst the Schools' objective of value for money is a priority, innovation and continued innovation of the current catering service throughout the contract term will be pivotal to the success of the new contract. The Schools are looking for a contractor who will continue to evaluate standards, process and procedures to reflect the high levels of achievement within the Schools. The Partnership expects the successful contractor to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service, with fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients being prepared on-site. The Partnership invites bidders to consider offers of Capital Investment, to assist in upgrading and/or harmonizing the current facilities and simultaneously alternative options for further catering investment are being actively investigated.

Frickley Mews Catering WF9

Together Housing Group Ltd | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
Winner
Elior UK Ltd
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55523000

Chevin Housing is opening a new build extra care scheme containing 67 flats in 2016, and are looking to appoint a provider of catering services. The dining area seats 44 with a private dining area for 6.

School catering services

Eckington School | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering and hospitality services at Eckington School.

Eckington School is a co-educational mixed community comprehensive school which was opened in September 1978. Our expectations are high and are summed up by the three words on our school badge: ‘Respect, Progress, Succeed’.

The School is situated has circa 1200 pupils on a 42 acre site, above Eckington, in a delightful rural situation. At the rear of the School is a large expanse of woodland which includes part of the Sitwell Estate and the Moss Valley.

The catering contract being offered will commence on 1.8.2017 for an initial period of three years, concluding on 31.7.2020, with the option to extend for a further term of up to three years and will be offered on a guaranteed performance basis.

The projected revenue from catering for the current year is circa 305 000 GBP

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering within the School, which currently includes breakfast club, morning break, lunch, limited hospitality and free issue requirements. Free school meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost. There are currently two kitchens and three primary service points.

The School expects the successful contractor to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service, prepared on-site. Sufficient ‘local presence’ is required to ensure effective ongoing management of the contract throughout its term.

The School intends to focus heavily on healthy, fresh, seasonal, locally sourced produce and sees the catering service as an exciting opportunity to complement the overall uptake, student and parent experience, through the regular introduction of new ingredients, themed and promotional events. The successful contractor will be required to play their part in acting as a catalyst for improvement of the pupil experience.

A Cunninghams biometric cashless system is already in operation; there is a Plasma screen in the main reception, website, Twitter account, access to ‘SIMS InTouch’ and a parents' newsletter, to access all interested parties in support of dynamic promotional activities.

The School invites bidders to consider what capital investment they may provide in support of plans to improve the pupil meal experience, e.g. upgrade service crockery and cutlery, and generally create a more ‘high street retail’ meal experience.

106/JO — Refrigeration and Catering Equipment Maintenance.

University of Sheffield | Published November 4, 2014
Winner
Barnsley Refrigeration Limited
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50883000

The University of Sheffield has awarded a contract on behalf of The University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University, University of Sheffield Students Union and UNICUS Sheffield Limited, for the maintenance of Refrigeration and Catering equipment. This contract has been divided into 2 Lots: Lot 1 — Refrigeration equipment only. Lot 2 — Catering equipment only. This contract is initially for 12 months but has the potential to last up to 5 years in total (with the use of 4, 12 month extensions).

Hotel, Restaurant and Retail Trade Services.

BRADFORD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published August 28, 2015  -  Deadline September 23, 2015
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Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services. Beverage-serving services. Cafeteria services. Retail trade services. Restaurant and food-serving services. Canteen and catering services. The Bradford NHS foundation trust wishes to receive expressions of interest from a body interested in managing, fitting out and operating a number of retail and catering outlets under a concession arrangement for 10 years with a possible extension of up to 3 years incrementally. The Trust is developing a new hospital entrance on its main site at the Bradford Royal Infirmary due for completion in the 3rd Quarter 2016. The Trust is looking at the feasibility of a branded coffee outlet, a Branded Convenience store, a Branded Newsagents and an all-day dining offer within this development These replace existing staff and visitor catering facilities currently operated by the trust elsewhere at its Infirmary. The contract also includes the opportunity under a concession to design fit out and/or refurbish a number of other retail and catering (Staff and visitor ) facilities operated by the trust at other locations both at the Bradford Royal Infirmary and its St Luke’s Hospital site in Bradford It is envisaged that qualifying staff currently employed by the Trust in the provision of current services will be covered under the TUPE regulations and transfer to the successful provider. By way of background the Trust serves a population of circa 500,000 from its sites in Bradford which have a combined capacity of 1000 beds, has 5000 staff and an annual budget of approx. £350 million Additionally the Trust treats 33,000 patients per month and has one of the busiest A&E departments in the Country. All the hospital sites are located in pre-dominantly residential areas with St Luke’s having limited catering and retail facilities in its immediate vicinity.

15-109 Schools Cashless Payment Solution

Rotherham MBC | Published November 12, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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30140000

Education School Catering commenced work with Rotherham Schools to implement cashless systems for meals in secondary over 15 years ago. Upgrades to the system have taken place on an ad-hoc basis to ensure the continuity of the system which provides a safe and effective way for pupils to pay for their school meal. The annual maintenance agreement has been renewed as part of this process. The requirement is to upgrade the existing secondary provision to a biometric system, compatible with the school network which allows downloading of new starter information straight from the management information system making the whole process easier and faster. As this requirement is an integral part of the daily operation for the payment of schools meals the successful contractor would be expected to work in close partnership with the Education Catering Service. The system forms part of the trading arrangement with the in-house service level agreement/contract and therefore lack of performance of the technology, maintenance or customer service will jeopardise the overall service of the Catering Units. This agreement will be for initially for a period of one year, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further two years, each on a year by year basis. The estimated value of this agreement is approx. £150,000 however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

214/MH Student Accommodation System Software.

University of Sheffield | Published August 7, 2015
Winner
StarRez Inc.
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48421000, 98341100

The University of Sheffield tendered on behalf of the Department of Accommodation and Campus Services for a Student Accommodation System Software Package. This process has now been concluded and no further expressions of interest can be made. Accommodation and Commercial Services are responsible for providing a huge range of essential services and facilities to staff, students and visitors across the University including accommodation, welfare support, catering and hospitality, conferences and events. We provide accommodation and related services and support for nearly 6 000 students in our residences. We also run a number of high quality bars and food outlets, deliver catering and arrange meeting space for events held throughout the University and also provide venues and catering for conferences and special events such as weddings and graduation ceremonies. The University is looking to replace the current in-house student accommodation system with a new system which may be web hosted and ideally capable of delivering key management information through multiple interfaces. The current system needs to be replaced with something that suits the needs of the University and the changing demands of students and that will be more flexible and integrated with other University systems The closing date for return of tenders is Monday, 15.6.2015 at 12:00 (UK time). The technical specification can be found in the tender documentation, which will be sent to you once you have expressed your interest. There is no administration charge applicable to this tender.

214/MH Student Accommodation System Software.

University of Sheffield | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
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48421000, 98341100

The University of Sheffield is out to tender on behalf of the Department of Accommodation and Campus Services for a Student Accommodation System Software package. Accommodation and Commercial Services are responsible for providing a huge range of essential services and facilities to staff, students and visitors across the University, including accommodation, welfare support, catering and hospitality, conferences and events. We provide accommodation and related services and support for nearly 6 000 students in our residences. We also run a number of high quality bars and food outlets, deliver catering and arrange meeting space for events held throughout the University and also provide venues and catering for conferences and special events such as weddings and graduation ceremonies. The University is looking to replace the current in-house student accommodation system with a new system which may be web-hosted and ideally capable of delivering key management information through multiple interfaces. The current system needs to be replaced with something that suits the needs of the University and the changing demands of students, and that will be more flexible and integrated with other University systems. The closing date for return of tenders is Monday 15.6.2015 at 12:00 noon (UK time). The technical specification can be found in the tender documentation which will be sent to you once you have expressed your interest. There is no administration charge applicable to this tender.

214/MH Student Accommodation System Software.

University of Sheffield | Published May 21, 2015  -  Deadline June 14, 2015
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48421000, 98341100

The University of Sheffield is out to tender on behalf of the Department of Accommodation and Campus Services for a Student Accommodation System Software package. Accommodation and Commercial Services are responsible for providing a huge range of essential services and facilities to staff, students and visitors across the University, including accommodation, welfare support, catering and hospitality, conferences and events. We provide accommodation and related services and support for nearly 6 000 students in our residences. We also run a number of high quality bars and food outlets, deliver catering and arrange meeting space for events held throughout the University and also provide venues and catering for conferences and special events such as weddings and graduation ceremonies. The University is looking to replace the current in-house student accommodation system with a new system which may be web-hosted and ideally capable of delivering key management information through multiple interfaces. The current system needs to be replaced with something that suits the needs of the University and the changing demands of students, and that will be more flexible and integrated with other University systems. The closing date for return of tenders is Monday 15.6.2015 at 12:00 noon (UK time). The technical specification can be found in the tender documentation which will be sent to you once you have expressed your interest. There is no administration charge applicable to this tender.

School Kitchen Equipment Service and Maintenance Framework

Sheffield City Council | Published April 6, 2017
Winner
First in Service Limited
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50000000

Sheffield City Council (SCC) manages the School Catering Contract, providing school meals and the maintenance of kitchens in 106 schools.

The maintenance and servicing of the catering equipment is currently delivered by an external provider, which is due to expire on the 31.3.2017.

From the 1.4.2017, SCC Contractor Administrator have developed the School Kitchen Equipment Service and Maintenance Framework agreement to continue service delivery, with the requirements packaged into 2 Lots.

Lot 1: Air Handling Units and Ventilation Systems Servicing and Repairs.

Lot 2: Kitchen Equipment Servicing and Repairs.

The objectives for both lots covered by this framework are:

1) To provide the 106 school kitchens operating within the Contract Administrator's central catering arrangements with a robust servicing and maintenance programme to ensure all equipment is maintained to its highest level or replaced where necessary.

2) To support the work of the Councils' chosen contract caterer, ensuring that their objectives can be met.

3) To ensure that the highest standards of Health and Safety are achieved in all sites at all times.

4) To provide a responsive and effective repair service in all sites as required, and which minimises disruption to the Catering Service.

5) To provide advice on kitchen equipment, specifications and layout when required on kitchen upgrades and refurbishments as part of Council Capital Schemes and investment planning.

6) To provide a service which meets the specification of SCC and which is relevant to legislation specific to each Lot.

7) To respond promptly to the needs of individual sites covered by the framework agreement.

8) To ensure respect and consideration for the staff and pupils in all sites visited.

9) To provide a framework which allows for kitchens at other schools and non-school sites to buy into a suitable servicing and repairs programme.

School Kitchen Equipment Service and Maintenance Framework.

Sheffield City Council | Published April 6, 2017
Winner
First in Service Limited
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50000000

Sheffield City Council (SCC) manages the School Catering Contract, providing school meals and the maintenance of kitchens in 106 schools. The maintenance and servicing of the catering equipment is currently delivered by an external provider, which is due to expire on the 31.3.2017. From the 1.4.2017, SCC Contractor Administrator have developed the School Kitchen Equipment Service and Maintenance Framework agreement to continue service delivery, with the requirements packaged into 2 Lots. Lot 1: Air Handling Units and Ventilation Systems Servicing and Repairs. Lot 2: Kitchen Equipment Servicing and Repairs. The objectives for both lots covered by this framework are: 1) To provide the 106 school kitchens operating within the Contract Administrator's central catering arrangements with a robust servicing and maintenance programme to ensure all equipment is maintained to its highest level or replaced where necessary. 2) To support the work of the Councils' chosen contract caterer, ensuring that their objectives can be met. 3) To ensure that the highest standards of Health and Safety are achieved in all sites at all times. 4) To provide a responsive and effective repair service in all sites as required, and which minimises disruption to the Catering Service. 5) To provide advice on kitchen equipment, specifications and layout when required on kitchen upgrades and refurbishments as part of Council Capital Schemes and investment planning. 6) To provide a service which meets the specification of SCC and which is relevant to legislation specific to each Lot. 7) To respond promptly to the needs of individual sites covered by the framework agreement. 8) To ensure respect and consideration for the staff and pupils in all sites visited. 9) To provide a framework which allows for kitchens at other schools and non-school sites to buy into a suitable servicing and repairs programme.

School Kitchen Equipment Service & Maintenance Framework

Sheffield City Council | Published November 24, 2016  -  Deadline December 23, 2016
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50000000

Sheffield City Council (SCC) manages the School Catering Contract, providing school meals and the maintenance of kitchens in 106 schools.

The maintenance and servicing of the catering equipment is currently delivered by an external provider, which is due to expire on the 31.3.2017.

From the 1.4.2017, SCC Contractor Administrator have developed the School Kitchen Equipment Service & Maintenance Framework agreement to continue service delivery, with the requirements packaged into 2 Lots.

Lot 1: Air Handling Units and Ventilation Systems Servicing and Repairs.

Lot 2: Kitchen Equipment Servicing and Repairs.

The objectives for both lots covered by this framework are:

1) To provide the 106 school kitchens operating within the Contract Administrator's central catering arrangements with a robust servicing and maintenance programme to ensure all equipment is maintained to its highest level or replaced where necessary.

2) To support the work of the Councils' chosen contract caterer, ensuring that their objectives can be met.

3) To ensure that the highest standards of Health & Safety are achieved in all sites at all times.

4) To provide a responsive and effective repair service in all sites as required, and which minimises disruption to the Catering Service.

5) To provide advice on kitchen equipment, specifications and layout when required on kitchen upgrades and refurbishments as part of Council Capital Schemes and investment planning.

6) To provide a service which meets the specification of SCC and which is relevant to legislation specific to each Lot.

7) To respond promptly to the needs of individual sites covered by the framework agreement.

8) To ensure respect and consideration for the staff and pupils in all sites visited.

9) To provide a framework which allows for kitchens at other schools and non-school sites to buy into a suitable servicing and repairs programme.

School Kitchen Equipment Service & Maintenance Framework

Sheffield City Council | Published November 24, 2016
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50000000, 50000000, 50000000

Sheffield City Council (SCC) manages the School Catering Contract, providing school meals and the maintenance of kitchens in 106 schools.

The maintenance and servicing of the catering equipment is currently delivered by an external provider, which is due to expire on the 31.3.2017.

From the 1.4.2017, SCC Contractor Administrator have developed the School Kitchen Equipment Service & Maintenance Framework agreement to continue service delivery, with the requirements packaged into 2 Lots.

Lot 1: Air Handling Units and Ventilation Systems Servicing and Repairs.

Lot 2: Kitchen Equipment Servicing and Repairs.

The objectives for both lots covered by this framework are:

1) To provide the 106 school kitchens operating within the Contract Administrator's central catering arrangements with a robust servicing and maintenance programme to ensure all equipment is maintained to its highest level or replaced where necessary.

2) To support the work of the Councils' chosen contract caterer, ensuring that their objectives can be met.

3) To ensure that the highest standards of Health & Safety are achieved in all sites at all times.

4) To provide a responsive and effective repair service in all sites as required, and which minimises disruption to the Catering Service.

5) To provide advice on kitchen equipment, specifications and layout when required on kitchen upgrades and refurbishments as part of Council Capital Schemes and investment planning.

6) To provide a service which meets the specification of SCC and which is relevant to legislation specific to each Lot.

7) To respond promptly to the needs of individual sites covered by the framework agreement.

8) To ensure respect and consideration for the staff and pupils in all sites visited.

9) To provide a framework which allows for kitchens at other schools and non-school sites to buy into a suitable servicing and repairs programme.

Manufacture and Installation of Furniture to Various Rooms, Cantor Building, City Campus

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
Winner
Broadstock Office Furniture Ltd
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39000000

The University has appointed a contractor/consultant for the (description of the project). Direct call-off from NEUPC Furniture FFE2001 NE Supply and installation of Office, Catering, Residential, Bespoke Teaching Space, and IT security furniture: Furniture FFE2001 NE Lot1 Office and Catering furniture supply and installation.

Whole School Food and Nutrition Programme

Hull City Council | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
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80000000

Hull City Council is seeking to invest in a Whole School Food and Nutrition Programme which will add value to, and complement, other services in the City to improve the health of the population. We are seeking experienced providers who are able to work in an integrated way. This service will contribute to the delivery of Hull's City Plan, specifically the Prevention and Early Intervention priority which aims to provide people most in need with the right support, when they most need it. It also supports the delivery of Hull's Health and Well Being Board and Early Help Strategies. The provider will work directly with 45 schools (in agreement with the Authority) including primary, secondary, special and PRU's (over the three-year contract), targeting those in the most deprived areas and with the highest levels of obesity to build a whole-school approach to food and to promote good nutritional health in all pupils. The provider will offer training and support to schools at a variety of levels. The aims of the programme: >Whole School Approach >Training >Healthy / sustainable Food Provision >Growing and origins of food >Promotion and marketing >Future Development The service provider will take a whole-school, partnership approach to food, with collaboration between children, head teachers, teachers, support staff, governors, supervisors, cooks, school catering services, parents and communities. The provider shall ensure that all schools taking part in the programme will work towards the nationally accredited Soil Association's Catering Marks (bronze, silver and gold). The Authority proposes to enter into one Contract for a period of 3 years with the successful Tenderer (Service Provider), with an option to extend for a period or periods of up to a maximum of 12 months. Such extension will be at the discretion of the Council and subject to satisfactory performance. The anticipated service commencement date is 4 January 2016.

Waste and Recycling Management Services Contract 2014.

The Sheffield College | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 11, 2015
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90500000

The College wishes to engage an appropriately qualified and experienced Contractor for the provisions of high quality environment and waste recycling and management services to the College. Contractors will be expected to assist the College in procuring and environmentally supportive waste disposal programme by maximising recycling opportunities, encouraging and promoting economic waste disposal including: — General waste — Inert waste products, Biodegradable waste products and Recyclable waste products; — Specialist Waste — Confidential Papers, Furniture and equipment, Electronic equipment, Glass, Fluorescent tubes, Wood - offcuts, scrap and sawdust, Masonry — brick, block, stone and mortar, Scrap metal — iron and non-ferrous; — Hazardous waste — Solvents, Paints, Oils — lubricating, engine and cooking, Etching acids, Motor scrap — tyres, batteries, filters, Chemicals — science, photographic and hair and beauty curriculum areas, Catering waste including cooked and uncooked foods, Aerosols. The College wishes to engage an appropriately qualified and experienced contractor for the provision of high quality environment and waste and recycling and management services to the College. Contractor will be expected to assist the College in procuring an environmentally supportive waste disposal programme by maximising recycling opportunities, encouraging and promoting economic waste disposal including: — General Waste — Inert, Bio-degradable and Recyclable waste products; — Specialist Waste — Confidential papers, Furniture and equipment, Electronic equipment, Glass, Fluorescent tubes, Wood — off-cuts, scrap and sawdust, Masonry — bricks, blocks, stone and mortar, Scrap Metal — iron and non-ferrous; — Hazardous Waste — Solvents, Paints, Oils — lubricating, engine and cooking, Etching acids, Motor scrap — tyres, batteries and filters, Chemicals — science, photographic and hair and beauty curriculum sourced, Catering waste — cooked and uncooked food, Aerosols. The Contractor will be expected to provide an appropriately qualified Contract Manager who will be the College point of contact within the Contractor and who will monitor and report on: — Waste and Recycling operations to ensure an adaptable, flexible and responsive and compliant service to suit a changing and dynamic Estate; — Legislative and regulatory changes; — Financial implications; — Record keeping; — Heath and safety management; — Contract administration — attending meetings, taking instructions and responding to variation requests / work orders.

Refuse and waste related services

The Sheffield College | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
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90500000

The College wishes to engage an appropriately qualified and experienced Contractor for the provisions of high quality environment and waste recycling and management services to the College. Contractors will be expected to assist the College in procuring and environmentally supportive waste disposal programme by maximising recycling opportunities, encouraging and promoting economic waste disposal including: — General waste — Inert waste products, Biodegradable waste products and Recyclable waste products; — Specialist Waste — Confidential Papers, Furniture and equipment, Electronic equipment, Glass, Fluorescent tubes, Wood - offcuts, scrap and sawdust, Masonry — brick, block, stone and mortar, Scrap metal — iron and non-ferrous; — Hazardous waste — Solvents, Paints, Oils — lubricating, engine and cooking, Etching acids, Motor scrap — tyres, batteries, filters, Chemicals — science, photographic and hair and beauty curriculum areas, Catering waste including cooked and uncooked foods, Aerosols. The College wishes to engage an appropriately qualified and experienced contractor for the provision of high quality environment and waste and recycling and management services to the College. Contractor will be expected to assist the College in procuring an environmentally supportive waste disposal programme by maximising recycling opportunities, encouraging and promoting economic waste disposal including: — General Waste — Inert, Bio-degradable and Recyclable waste products; — Specialist Waste — Confidential papers, Furniture and equipment, Electronic equipment, Glass, Fluorescent tubes, Wood — off-cuts, scrap and sawdust, Masonry — bricks, blocks, stone and mortar, Scrap Metal — iron and non-ferrous; — Hazardous Waste — Solvents, Paints, Oils — lubricating, engine and cooking, Etching acids, Motor scrap — tyres, batteries and filters, Chemicals — science, photographic and hair and beauty curriculum sourced, Catering waste — cooked and uncooked food, Aerosols. The Contractor will be expected to provide an appropriately qualified Contract Manager who will be the College point of contact within the Contractor and who will monitor and report on: — Waste and Recycling operations to ensure an adaptable, flexible and responsive and compliant service to suit a changing and dynamic Estate; — Legislative and regulatory changes; — Financial implications; — Record keeping; — Heath and safety management; — Contract administration — attending meetings, taking instructions and responding to variation requests / work orders.

Furniture for STEM project

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published September 6, 2016
Winner
Gresham Office Furniture Ltd
cpvs
39100000

The contract was awarded to a company (s) appointed to the NEUPC Framework Agreement for the Supply and Installation of Office and Catering Furniture FFE 2001 - Lot 1. Sheffield Hallam University is investing £10m into the refurbishment of our Sheaf and Eric Mensforth buildings. In 2017, this will provide the very best in learning and teaching spaces, alongside a striking new atrium which will create an impressive entranceway to the University's City Campus. This mini-tender was for the supply of furniture for these buildings.
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