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Ultrafast Laser system_Amplified_OPA (ITT/704).

University of Nottingham | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Newport Spectra Physics
cpvs
33100000, 38636100

We tender for an amplified laser system and optical parametric amplifiers. The aim is to provide a state-of-the art two-dimensional Infrared spectroscopy to the cross-section of researchers from physical, chemical, and biophysical communities investigating the light-matter interactions in condensed phase. This laser system will drive a pulse shaper.

Ultrafast Laser system_Amplified_OPA (ITT/704).

University of Nottingham | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 1, 2015
cpvs
33100000, 38636100

We tender for an amplified laser system and optical parametric amplifiers. The aim is to provide a state-of-the art two-dimensional Infrared spectroscopy to the cross-section of researchers from physical, chemical, and biophysical communities investigating the light-matter interactions in condensed phase. This laser system will drive a pulse shaper.

Ultrafast Laser system_Amplified_OPA (ITT/704).

The University of Nottingham | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline March 11, 2015
cpvs
33100000, 38636100

We tender for an amplified laser system and optical parametric amplifiers. The aim is to provide a state-of-the art two-dimensional Infrared spectroscopy to the cross-section of researchers from physical, chemical, and biophysical communities investigating the light-matter interactions in condensed phase. This laser system will drive a pulse shaper.

Pool Plant Servicing and Maintenance CPU 1752

Nottingham City Council | Published May 3, 2016
Winner
Pool Sentry Ltd
cpvs
50710000

Nottingham City Council (hereafter ‘the Council’) has awarded a contract for the provision of Pool Plant Servicing and Maintenance, to include both Reactive and Planned Maintenance of:

1. Filtration Systems;

2. Chemical Dosing Systems;

3. UV Systems;

4. Balance Tanks;

5. Spa Pools;

6. Flumes and Water Features;

7. Pool Covers;

8. Steam Rooms;

9. Sauna Rooms;

10 Springboards.

Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals Framework Agreement.

The University of Nottingham | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline June 26, 2015
cpvs
63120000

The University of Nottingham wishes to enter into a Framework Agreement with several suppliers over a number of Lots as listed below. — For the procurement to be considered successful it must: — Comply with all the relevant legal standards; — Answer the questions fully and not refer to website links etc.; — Provide a comprehensive understanding of requirements; — Pass all Critical questions (PASS/FAIL); — Be Financially stable; — Be able to support e- market place systems, initially Sciquest and Science Warehouse but must be adaptable for future or alternative e- market place systems; — Accept Purchase Orders and Purchase Cards; — Have a Sustainable Supply Chain; — Have fixed pricing/fixed percentage discounts for 1 year for both Core and Non-core Items from the Commencement Date of the Agreement; — Have Free Delivery for all items — core and non-core — all additional costs must be included in the price per item; — Offer next day delivery for the majority of items; — Provision of requested Management Information. The Framework Agreement will consist of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) covering the supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals as per the below. The annual spend per Lot detailed below is a minimum expected spend. — Lot 1 — Fine Chemicals * 86 485 GBP — Lot 2 – General Chemicals * 79 371 GBP — Lot 3 – Biosciences Chemicals General * 506 654 GBP — Lot 3A – Molecular Biology Chemicals * 334 658 GBP — Lot 3B – Tissue Culture Chemicals * 340 767 GBP — Lot 4 – Radiochemicals * 31 500 GBP — Lot 5 – Solvent Chemicals 240 537 GBP — Lot 6 – Consumables General 346 862 GBP — Lot 7 – Biosciences General 190 965 GBP — Lot 8 – PPE & Safety 173 226 GBP — Lot 9 – Laboratory Cleaning Products 101 453 GBP — Lot 10 – Pipettes & Tips 529 764 GBP — Lot 10A – Pipette Servicing & Spares 19 200 GBP — Lot 11 – Ground Glass Joint Chemical Operators 30 858 GBP — Lot 12 – Glassware 167 625 GBP — Lot 13 – Plastics General 70 041 GBP — Lot 14 – Biosciences Plastics General * 226 914 GBP — Lot 14A – Molecular Biology Plastics * 310 346 GBP — Lot 14B – Tissue Culture Plastics * 98 278 GBP — Lot 15 – Oligos & Primers 86 435 GBP — Lot 16 - DNA Sequencing 146 585 GBP — Lot 17 – Stores N/A There will be a maximum of 5 to 8 (*) suppliers dependent on the Lot, but only suppliers who meet the minimum criteria will be awarded the contract. A supplier can bid for 1 or more than 1 Lot. Each Lot will be assessed individually with common scores for some of the Evaluation Categories. The estimated total spend for Laboratory consumables and chemicals is 20 000 000 GBP per annum. Being part of a Framework Agreement offers no guarantees on the total value of the contract and Framework suppliers will not be guaranteed any percentage of the available spend. To Express Interest: Please first register on the eTendering system then Login and go to Tenders. Find the project, scroll down to view details and then scroll down to the Express Interest button at the bottom on the right hand side. Please express interest in this project to find out further information and register to receive updates on this tender.

Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals Framework Agreement.

The University of Nottingham | Published May 21, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015
cpvs
24000000, 24900000, 38437000, 33793000, 33790000, 19520000, 19520000, 24950000, 24000000, 63120000, 24300000, 24000000, 24950000, 44832000, 33140000, 33140000, 35113400, 44832000

The University of Nottingham wishes to enter into a Framework Agreement with several suppliers over a number of Lots as listed below. — For the procurement to be considered successful it must: — Comply with all the relevant legal standards; — Answer the questions fully and not refer to website links etc.; — Provide a comprehensive understanding of requirements; — Pass all Critical questions (PASS/FAIL); — Be Financially stable; — Be able to support e- market place systems, initially Sciquest and Science Warehouse but must be adaptable for future or alternative e- market place systems; — Accept Purchase Orders and Purchase Cards; — Have a Sustainable Supply Chain; — Have fixed pricing/fixed percentage discounts for 1 year for both Core and Non-core Items from the Commencement Date of the Agreement; — Have Free Delivery for all items — core and non-core — all additional costs must be included in the price per item; — Offer next day delivery for the majority of items; — Provision of requested Management Information. The Framework Agreement will consist of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) covering the supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals as per the below. The annual spend per Lot detailed below is a minimum expected spend. — Lot 1 — Fine Chemicals * 86 485 GBP — Lot 2 – General Chemicals * 79 371 GBP — Lot 3 – Biosciences Chemicals General * 506 654 GBP — Lot 3A – Molecular Biology Chemicals * 334 658 GBP — Lot 3B – Tissue Culture Chemicals * 340 767 GBP — Lot 4 – Radiochemicals * 31 500 GBP — Lot 5 – Solvent Chemicals 240 537 GBP — Lot 6 – Consumables General 346 862 GBP — Lot 7 – Biosciences General 190 965 GBP — Lot 8 – PPE & Safety 173 226 GBP — Lot 9 – Laboratory Cleaning Products 101 453 GBP — Lot 10 – Pipettes & Tips 529 764 GBP — Lot 10A – Pipette Servicing & Spares 19 200 GBP — Lot 11 – Ground Glass Joint Chemical Operators 30 858 GBP — Lot 12 – Glassware 167 625 GBP — Lot 13 – Plastics General 70 041 GBP — Lot 14 – Biosciences Plastics General * 226 914 GBP — Lot 14A – Molecular Biology Plastics * 310 346 GBP — Lot 14B – Tissue Culture Plastics * 98 278 GBP — Lot 15 – Oligos & Primers 86 435 GBP — Lot 16 - DNA Sequencing 146 585 GBP — Lot 17 – Stores N/A There will be a maximum of 5 to 8 (*) suppliers dependent on the Lot, but only suppliers who meet the minimum criteria will be awarded the contract. A supplier can bid for 1 or more than 1 Lot. Each Lot will be assessed individually with common scores for some of the Evaluation Categories. The estimated total spend for Laboratory consumables and chemicals is 20 000 000 GBP per annum. Being part of a Framework Agreement offers no guarantees on the total value of the contract and Framework suppliers will not be guaranteed any percentage of the available spend. To Express Interest: Please first register on the eTendering system then Login and go to Tenders. Find the project, scroll down to view details and then scroll down to the Express Interest button at the bottom on the right hand side. Please express interest in this project to find out further information and register to receive updates on this tender.

Pool Plant Servicing and Maintenance CPU 1752.

Nottingham City Council | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 4, 2016
cpvs
50710000

Nottingham City Council (hereafter ‘the Council’) is seeking tenders from sufficiently experienced and qualified entities for the provision of Pool Plant Servicing and Maintenance. To include both Reactive and Planned Maintenance of:

1. Filtration Systems,

2. Chemical Dosing Systems,

3. UV Systems,

4. Balance Tanks,

5. Spa Pools,

6. Flumes and Water Features,

7. Pool Covers,

8. Steam Rooms,

9. Sauna Rooms,

10. Springboards.

Basic inorganic and organic chemicals

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
cpvs
24300000, 33793000

Basic inorganic and organic chemicals

Cleaning chemicals and associated products

East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit | Published October 23, 2009  -  Deadline November 27, 2009
cpvs
24000000

Supply of cleaning chemicals, paper products and associated equipment eg mops, buckets, cloths. 

Occupational Health services.

The University of Nottingham | Published March 25, 2017
Winner
OH Works Ltd
cpvs
85147000

The University of Nottingham is inviting tenders for the provision of Occupational Health Services for Staff and Students to include but not limited to: Staff Occupational Health services — Pre-employment Screening, Management/HR referrals, Health Surveillance, Health at work and Research Passports etc. to ensure that employees are fit to carry out the requirements of their job, being cognisant of appropriate guidelines and legislation. Student Occupational Health Services — Screening and vaccinations etc. to ensure that students are fit to perform the requirements of study and practise, including clinical, relating to their specific course of study. The above services are to include Workplace Assessments (e.g. exposure to physical, chemical and biological agents), Ergonomic Assessment, and Emergency medical appointments. The service will require access to: An Occupational health Physician, who is a serving member or Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, and able to meet the Health and Safety executive Criteria for appointed doctors, (when statutory medicals are indicated) and Nursing staff who must hold a registered professional qualification in Occupational health Nursing.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 14, 2016
Winner
VWR International Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.

Occupational Health services

The University of Nottingham | Published March 25, 2017
Winner
OH Works Ltd
cpvs
85147000

The University of Nottingham is inviting tenders for the provision of Occupational Health Services for Staff and Students to include but not limited to:

Staff Occupational Health services — Pre-employment Screening, Management/HR referrals, Health Surveillance, Health at work and Research Passports etc. to ensure that employees are fit to carry out the requirements of their job, being cognisant of appropriate guidelines and legislation.

Student Occupational Health Services — Screening and vaccinations etc. to ensure that students are fit to perform the requirements of study and practise, including clinical, relating to their specific course of study.

The above services are to include Workplace Assessments (e.g. exposure to physical, chemical and biological agents), Ergonomic Assessment, and Emergency medical appointments.

The service will require access to: An Occupational health Physician, who is a serving member or Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, and able to meet the Health and Safety executive Criteria for appointed doctors, (when statutory medicals are indicated) and Nursing staff who must hold a registered professional qualification in Occupational health Nursing.

Occupational Health services

The University of Nottingham | Published October 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
cpvs
85147000

The University of Nottingham is inviting tenders for the provision of Occupational Health Services for Staff and Students to include but not limited to:

Staff Occupational Health services — Pre-employment Screening, Management/HR referrals, Health Surveillance, Health at work and Research Passports etc. to ensure that employees are fit to carry out the requirements of their job, being cognisant of appropriate guidelines and legislation.

Student Occupational Health Services — Screening and vaccinations etc. to ensure that students are fit to perform the requirements of study and practise, including clinical, relating to their specific course of study.

The above services are to include Workplace Assessments (e.g. exposure to physical, chemical and biological agents), Ergonomic Assessment, and Emergency medical appointments.

The service will require access to: An Occupational health Physician, who is a serving member or Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, and able to meet the Health and Safety executive Criteria for appointed doctors, (when statutory medicals are indicated) and Nursing staff who must hold a registered professional qualification in Occupational health Nursing.

Gel Permeation Chromatography GPC Equipment (ITT/691).

University of Nottigham | Published March 3, 2015
Winner
Wyatt Technology UK Limited
cpvs
33100000, 38433100

Tenderers are invited to provide quotation for Gel Permeation Chromatography equipment. Overview: Various Gel Permeation instrumentation is required by the Schools of Chemistry, Pharmacy and the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham in order to support research in the fields of Sustainable Chemistry, Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicines. Our major requirement is to equip key research laboratories in Chemistry, Pharmacy and Engineering at the University Park Campus, with a range of suitable chromatography instruments (aqueous and organic solvent systems, preparative scale pump and columns). Applications will include macromolecular characterisation and quantitative analysis in support of chemical synthesis, reaction monitoring, novel pharmaceutical materials and processes, directed towards the development of new coatings, formulations, excipients, drug delivery systems and pharmaceutical agents. All tendered instruments must be able operate within the constraints of our laboratory (details available on request). In particular, a single phase electrical supply is required. Manufacturers should be prepared to enter into an ongoing collaboration with the University in order to improve and increase sustainability through reduction in energy usage and consumables. Details should be provided with tender submissions. Carbon neutral product credentials are desirable for all equipment solutions offered. A single manufacturer is sought as all three GPC instruments shall be installed in linked labs for student use and a single software interface for ease of use and operation is highly desirable.

Gel Permeation Chromatography GPC Equipment (ITT/691).

The University of Nottingham | Published December 17, 2014  -  Deadline December 24, 2014
cpvs
33100000, 38433100

Tenderers are invited to provide quotation for Gel Permeation Chromatography equipment Overview: Various Gel Permeation instrumentation is required by the Schools of Chemistry, Pharmacy and the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham in order to support research in the fields of Sustainable Chemistry, Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicines. Our major requirement is to equip key research laboratories in Chemistry, Pharmacy and Engineering at the University Park Campus, with a range of suitable chromatography instruments (aqueous and organic solvent systems, preparative scale pump and columns). Applications will include macromolecular characterisation and quantitative analysis in support of chemical synthesis, reaction monitoring, novel pharmaceutical materials and processes, directed towards the development of new coatings, formulations, excipients, drug delivery systems and pharmaceutical agents. All tendered instruments must be able operate within the constraints of our laboratory (details available on request). In particular, a single phase electrical supply is required. Manufacturers should be prepared to enter into an ongoing collaboration with the University in order to improve and increase sustainability through reduction in energy usage and consumables. Details should be provided with tender submissions. Carbon neutral product credentials are desirable for all equipment solutions offered. A single manufacturer is sought as all three GPC instruments shall be installed in linked labs for student use and a single software interface for ease of use and operation is highly desirable.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718 Lot 11.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
Winner
Smith Scientific Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718 Lot 13.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
Winner
Starlab (UK) Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718 Lot 8.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
Winner
Starlab (UK) Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718 Lot 9.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
Winner
Appleton Woods Ltd, Fisher Scientific, Scientific Laboratory Supplies and Sigma Aldrich, VWR International Ltd, Arden Winch & Co Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals PROC DML ITT/718 Lot 5.

The University of Nottingham | Published January 21, 2016
Winner
Alfa Aesar, Fisher Scientific, Scientific Laboratory Supplies and Sigma Aldrich, VWR International Ltd
cpvs
24300000, 33793000, 33696500, 38437000, 33140000

Supply of Laboratory Consumables and Chemicals consisting of 22 Lots (some sub Lots) for a 4 year period with a possible extension of 1 year.