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(NU/1103) The Supply and Installation of a Surface Plasmon Resonance System

Newcastle University | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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This Surface Plasmon Resonance System will enable researchers to identify, evaluate, and characterise small molecule fragments, which through structure activity relationship (SAR) to be developed into chemical probes against the primary biological target. The NICR has considerable experience in developing small molecule compounds into validated inhibitors through structure guided drug design, and wishes to augment this capacity with a surface plasmon resonance biosensor system to allow identification and lead optimisation of small molecules chemical probes through the drug development pipeline.

Harton Staithes, South Shields, Site Investigation

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 19, 2015
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The Homes & Communities Agency are intending to carry our ground investigations on a site in Harton Staithes, South Shields and are seeking to appoint a contractor to carry out ground investigation and soils testing as detailed below: Main works proposed and purpose of this contract The purpose of the Contract is to obtain information on ground and groundwater conditions for the proposed construction activities. The information will be specifically used to: • Confirm the ground profile and determine foundation depths and design parameters for foundation design. • To obtain samples for chemical testing for human health and controlled waters risk assessment. • Assess the previous remedial works on site within the made ground deposits. • To install monitoring equipment to characterise the risk posed by ground gases on the development. Scope of investigation The ground investigation shall comprise a detailed geotechnical and geo-environmental investigation of the ground conditions at the site. The investigation shall comprise the following: • 4No. cable percussive boreholes with rotary follow on – comprising 4No. cable percussive boreholes to rock head (anticipated to be between 7m bgl and 36.5m bgl) with 4No. rotary follow on to 5m below rock head. • 6No. machine excavated trial pits – comprising 6No. to 4.5-5mbgl (ground conditions allowing). • 4No. window samples exploratory holes – comprising 4No. to 5mbgl. • Combined ground gas and groundwater monitoring wells in all four cable percussive boreholes and four window sample exploratory holes. • Geotechnical and chemical testing of selected samples. In situ tests including Standard Penetration Tests and hand vane (HV) will be performed within the exploratory holes.

Land at Cargo Fleet – Site Investigation, Middlesbrough

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 16, 2015
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45111000

The Homes & Communities Agency intends the professional services of a competent and qualified ground investigation contractor to undertake an intrusive investigation of Plots A & B located in Cargo Fleet, Middlesbrough. Purpose of the Contract The purpose of the Contract is to obtain information on the ground and groundwater conditions of each Plot in order to assess potential geo-environmental and geotechnical constraints and abnormals associated with the potential redevelopment of each Plot. The intended scope of works for each Plot of land is detailed below: The ground investigation shall comprise a detailed geotechnical and geo-environmental investigation of the ground conditions at both sites. The investigation shall comprise the following: Plot A • 3No. cable percussive boreholes – comprising 3No. to rock head (anticipated to be approximately 20-25m bgl) or to a maximum depth of 30m bgl. • 1No. rotary follow-on, 10m core below rockhead, or to maximum depth of 40m bgl; • 3No. windowless sample boreholes to a target depth of 4m bgl. • 1No. machine excavated trial trench – comprising 1No. to 4m bgl and extending until the full extent of the infilled Ormesby Beck is determined i.e. full channel width and depth. • Combined ground gas and groundwater monitoring wells in all three boreholes. • Ground gas monitoring wells to be installed in 2No.selected windowless sample boreholes. • Geotechnical and chemical testing of selected samples. Plot B • 3No. cable percussive boreholes – comprising 3No. to rock head (anticipated to be approximately 20-25m bgl) or to a maximum depth of 30m bgl. • 1No. rotary follow-on, 10m core below rockhead, or to maximum depth of 40m bgl; • 9No. windowless sample boreholes to a target depth of 4m bgl. • Combined ground gas and groundwater monitoring wells in all three boreholes. • Ground gas monitoring wells to be installed in 5No.selected windowless sample boreholes. • Geotechnical and chemical testing of selected samples. In situ tests including Standard Penetration Tests and UT100 undisturbed samples and hand vane (HV) will be performed within the exploratory holes.

UKSBSRE150500 - North East England 2 Deep Borehole Project

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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Magpie Environmental Drilling Services Limited
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76340000

The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), through its centre/survey the British Geological Survey (BGS – known hereafter as “The Authority”), invites tenders for the provision of drilling and (possible) other site services to support project monitoring and research activities. The purpose of the project is to improve the understanding of movement of fluids and possible chemical changes in aquifers and overlying strata. It is planned that the work shall be carried out at one site to the south of Pickering, around Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire. If the preferred site is not accessible to The Authority, any alternative site shall be in the area of a radius of approximately 5 miles of the above. At the site, two boreholes shall be required to provide: a. Improved understanding of the underlying geology and limestone/sandstone aquifers, b. Sample cuttings from the borehole to be sub-sampled and processed, c. Access to the underlying bedrock to enable aquifer properties to be determined by geophysical logging, packer testing, and hydrochemical analyses. d. The completed boreholes to be used as monitoring boreholes for scientific purposes. It is planned to drill the boreholes from Ground Level (GL) up to a Total Depth (TD) of approximately 250 and 370 metres (see Section 4 below and “Site Conditions”). The borehole at up to 250m depth will penetrate the Corallian limestone or Kellaways towards its base, with a 20m open hole section. The deeper up to 370m borehole will penetrate the Corallian or Kellaways Formation, below the Oxford Clay, with a 20m open hole section from approximately 10m below the Oxford Clay contact. On reaching TD they shall be reamed in the lower limestone/sandstone sections, cleaned, logged for geophysical parameters, (possibly packer-tested) and completed, all in a continuous sequence. Suitably specified permanent casing will be required to prevent collapse above the specified open hole section. The relevant competent limestone/sandstone section of the borehole may then be left as an open-hole monitoring borehole, completed (both downhole and at surface) according an agreed secure standard pattern .

Stockton Events Car Park Ground Investigation

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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BAM Nuttall Ltd
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45111000

The Homes & Communities Agency wish to carry out an intrusive ground investigation for a site identified for potential development at the Occasional Events Car Park in Stockton-On-Tees (see Figure 1). The ground investigation will be carried out in two separate stages of work: • Phase 1 – Exploratory Investigation –To investigate the prevailing ground and contamination conditions on the site and identify potential constraints to the proposed development. • Phase 2 – Additional Investigation – To further investigate any particular conditions or constraints that may impact on the proposed development. The scope of works will be dependent on and targeted based on the findings of the Phase 1 Investigation. The Phase 2 scope is therefore indicative only, and will be subject to confirmation following the completion of the Phase 1 works. It is proposed that the Phase 1 Investigation site works will be carried out commencing in early January 2016. The Stage 2 investigation will be carried out following the completion of Phase 1. Based upon current programme, it is envisaged that it will be carried out during Spring 2016. The aims of the investigation are to identify the thickness, nature and variability of made ground and drift deposits, and confirm the depth of bedrock. The investigation will also aim to characterise levels of soil and groundwater contamination and soil gas spatially and vertically across the site. A desk study of previous GI information available for the site has indicated extensive made ground up to 8m thick on the site, underlain by alluvium, localised glacial deposits and Sherwood Sandstone bedrock. The made ground is indicated to be highly variable, with cobbles and boulders of concrete and fused slag frequently reported. Resonance (sonic) drilling is proposed for boreholes to enable such materials to be penetrated and the underlying materials investigated. Due to the depth of investigation required and the nature of made ground materials identified, it is anticipated that a JCB 3CX will be unable to complete the proposed trial pitting works. Previous trial pitting on the site has successfully been completed using a 20T tracked excavator. In order to provide information on the chemical and geotechnical variability of the made ground and alluvial deposits, it will be necessary to recover continuous soil cores from a number of boreholes, with hiqh quality open tube samples obtained elsewhere. A number of boreholes will be extended into rockhead to enable investigation and installation of groundwater sampling instruments in bedrock. Please refer to attached documentation for more information relating to this contract.
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