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Scottish Water | Published April 25, 2012
Winner
Gap Group Limited 50 Walker Road NE6 1BG Newcastle Upon Tyne UNITED KINGDOM Internet address: www.gap-group.co.uk
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16700000, 42400000, 42641000, 42650000, 43250000, 43300000, 43310000, 45112000, 45510000

:Scottish Water requires one or more suitable supplier(s) to provide a cost effective self drive plant hire solution to support its capital and operational delivery programmes. This equipment covers all major plant items including excavators, road rollers, dumpers, cranes, lifting equipment, access equipment, airtools, compressors, cleaning, compaction, concreting, groundcare, heating, lighting, material handling, painting, maintenance, plumbing, power, road working, safety, security fencing, sawing, cutting, surveying, communication, consumables, diamond cutting, non mechanical, generators below 10KVA, small tools. The above listings are only indicated as a guideline and Scottish Water reserves the right to expand the listing in relation to any type of Self Drive Plant hire equipment that is associated with the water industry and would be deemed relevant in any working environment. Scottish water will require that all contractors or suppliers who contract through this procurement will gain or hold a minimum Health & safety and quality standard to Scottish Water requirements. Scottish Water's scope requirements for these services has the potential to include a comprehensive end-to-end managed service covering the following aspects: any parties who are awarded lots under this framework or other related frameworks must agree to take part in the managed operated service if required. (i) Provision of suitable and compatible equipment for each of the lots advertised and associated equipment (purchase and/or hire options); (ii) The provision of data recording and storage and the management of all aspects of records that are associated with any equipment supplied; (iii) A non-obligation trial phase may be needed prior to final adoption of the service to ensure that Scottish Water is fully satisfied with the offered service and to avoid any situation where Scottish Water's requirements cannot be fully met. The framework agreement will be for an initial period of 4 years made up of discrete periods with the option to extend for 5 further successive periods of 12 month each. It is estimated that the framework agreement will start in September 2011 subject to agreement on terms and conditions. Scottish Water reserve the right to issue this under a localised or Scotland wide provision and to engage with one supplier or with multiple supplier as deemed by Scottish water and it's partners to be the best fit solution for Scottish Water. Note that the resulting framework agreement(s) will be utilised by SW, SW Solutions and contractors/Suppliers working directly or indirectly for SW or SW Solutions.

Transparency Notice of ITN Issue: Wales and West Midlands Region Multi Activity Contract

 | Published May 19, 2016  -  Deadline July 12, 2016
cpvs
55520000

This notice serves to announce the issue of an Invitation to Negotiate. It is not to seek expressions of interest for a new opportunity. The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) is seeking expressions of interest, via the completion of the Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ), from Potential Providers (PPs) for managing and delivering the Soft Facilities Management services (Soft FM) detailed in this advert, at sites within the Wales and West Midlands region where the Ministry of Defence (MOD) operates, covering the counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire and the whole of Wales. This Contract is the fifth of a number of regional contracts which will be advertised as part of Project HESTIA over 2 years, which will deliver Soft FM to MOD sites across the UK. PPs must be in a position to bid for the entirety of this contract, whether as a single prime contractor or as a Special Purpose Vehicle/consortium of organisations acting together to deliver the services. The services required are detailed below, but they may not be required at every site within the region. Military mess and non-mess based catering/other short term catering; Military functions; Retail; Refreshment services; Military mess accommodation/hotel services (including cleaning and bookings); Cleaning, general and specialist; Domestic Assistance; Waste Management; Tailoring; Cobbling; Reception services; Labour/porterage; Laundry/Dry Cleaning Portable Toilets In addition to the required services above, there is a business opportunity to provide additional retail and leisure services at each of the sites, including unofficial and private functions. This competition will be conducted under the Competitive Negotiated Procedure and in accordance with theDefence and Security Public Contract Regulations (2011). PPs should note that once the contract has beenplaced, the negotiated procedure without prior publication might be adopted for the procurement of new serviceswhich constitute a repetition of similar services carried out under the original contract.

National Fuels Framework

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published September 6, 2016
cpvs
09100000

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as the Contracting Authority intends to invite tenders for a framework agreement for the supply of fuels to central government organisations and the wider public sector across the UK, including Northern Ireland. This will be carried out by the Open Procedure and tenders will be accepted in English only. The framework will include but may not be limited to heating oil, automotive fuel, marine fuel, aviation fuel, biomass fuels, solid fuel and liquefied petroleum gas. CCS are also considering the inclusion of associated services such as tank cleaning and maintenance, fuel testing, lubes and greases, fuel additives, tank metering and telemetry and any other associated services. The exact details of the requirement, contractual arrangements and whether these requirements will be split into further lots has yet to be decided. The values noted below are estimated and for guidance purposes only. These estimates are based on an approximation of potential public sector and are based on current demand via CCS arrangements. The estimates provided do not factor in potential future increase or decrease in requirements.

Highway maintenance work

Hampshire County Council | Published March 4, 2017
Winner
Skanska Construction UK Ltd
cpvs
45233139, 34922100, 44113810, 45220000, 45232450, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233223, 45233228, 45233229, 45233251, 45233253, 45316200, 45316210, 45316212, 50232200, 50511000, 63712710, 71631480, 77211300, 77211400, 77211500, 77312100, 90640000, 90690000, 48331000, 45221110, 45221111, 45221112, 45221113, 45221119, 45221211

Hampshire County Council (HCC) invited applications from suitably experienced organisations who wished to be considered for selection to tender for the Hampshire Highways Service Contract 2017- 2024 (extendible to 2029). The purpose of this Contract is to secure a partner to provide highway maintenance services including contracting expertise and other services for the maintenance and improvement of the HCC highway network. Whilst the upper estimated threshold for the contract will be 1 500 000 000 GBP, it is envisaged that the annual throughput will be in the region of 30 000 000 GBP.

This Contract will involve working closely with HCC staff to provide highway, verge and winter maintenance operations such as: Carriageway surfacing and surface dressing, foot-way and carriageway patching and minor repairs, kerbing and paving maintenance and installation, including special kerbs and high quality paving materials, drainage cleaning, drainage and ducting installation and maintenance, traffic management and traffic management design, installation of traffic signs, road studs and markings, installation of street furniture, and traffic signal equipment, installation of specialist surfacing and anti-skid, installation and maintenance of vehicle restraint systems, arboriculture, soft landscaping and vegetation work, winter maintenance operations, highway defect repairs, highway recycling, provision of a highway emergency response service and claims handling damage to highways infrastructure, weeds, maintenance of highway structures, cattle grids.

sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

iESE Limited | Published July 13, 2012
Winner
FCC Environment (UK) Limited Ground Floor West 900 Pavilion Drive Northampton Business Park NN4 7RG Northampton UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: moira.billing@fccenvironment.co.uk
cpvs
90000000, 90500000, 90510000, 90520000, 90530000, 90600000, 90610000, 90620000, 90630000, 90640000, 90670000, 90680000, 90690000, 90710000, 90900000, 90910000, 92000000, 98000000

Duration of the framework agreement: Duration in year(s): 4. The contracting authority intends to award a Pan Government Waste Management Services Framework for 2012–2016 supporting the delivery of waste management services in the South East, South West, East of England, West Midlands and London. The term of the call off contracts will be up to 10 years. The scope of services to be provided includes waste collection to include bulky waste, street-cleaning services, grounds maintenance and management of the treatment of recyclables. This framework is intended to be used by specific local authorities in three distinct geographical areas: Area 1 covers specific authorities in Greater London. Area 2 covers specific authorities in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Essex Kent, Sussex, Surrey. Area 3 covers specific authorities in Shropshire, Herefordshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire. The full list of authorities that may use the framework is available on the South East Business Portal at https://www.businessportal.southeastiep.gov.uk/SECE/Opportunity.nsf/0/440D7AEDD89A6987802578940052767F/$file/Waste%20Mgmt%20Services%20Framework%20-%20list%20of%20authorities%20for%20OJEU%20notice.pdf.

Cleaning Chemicals, Soap and Sanitisers.

Commercial Services | Published February 20, 2016
Winner
Alliance Disposables Ltd, Bunzl PLC, Diversey, Selden Research, Forestdale Business Services, SCA Hygiene Products UK Ltd, Alliance Disposables, Bunzl Greenham, Assured Solutions, Arco, Cleenol Group, Delphis Eco, First Stop Catering & Hygiene Supplies, K.H. Packaging, Merton Group, Pleskarn T/a Lewis's Medical Supplies, Premiere Products, R.P. Adam, Industrial Maintenance Supplies (Leicester), SCA Hygiene Products
cpvs
24000000, 39830000

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP pa and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up nearly 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services.

KCS is a trading unit of Commercial Services and provides a purchasing, warehousing and distribution service to a wide ranging customer base within local government and associated public bodies in Kent, neighbouring counties and across the UK.

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

The Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO) is a Local Authority purchasing and distribution consortium jointly owned by Leicester City Council, Peterborough City Council and by the County Councils of Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. ESPO was established by the Member Authorities to provide a comprehensive procurement and supply service to their spending departments and other eligible customers. ESPO has an annual turnover of approximately 600 000 000 GBP across a whole range of goods and services purchased on behalf of its customers.

The Central Buying Consortium (CBC) is a group of County, Borough and City Councils. The purpose of which is to improve the effectiveness, by co-ordination, of local authority purchasing with the object of effecting savings in public expenditure for the benefit of its members. CBC procures approximately 750 000 000 GBP goods and services per annum.

In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the CBC and ESPO, through KCS, has created a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for the supply and delivery of Cleaning Chemicals, Soap and Sanitisers.

Internal and External Works — INTEXTWOR2016

Westworks Procurement Ltd | Published May 25, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
cpvs
45000000, 45400000, 45320000, 45311000, 45260000, 45321000, 45330000, 45350000, 45331100, 45420000, 45310000, 45315000, 92522000, 45300000, 45000000, 45421151, 45212500, 45000000, 44112500, 45000000, 45261420, 45343100, 44112500, 45000000, 45261420, 45343100, 44112600, 45261410, 45323000, 45000000, 71313200, 45320000, 45321000, 45211310, 45000000, 45000000, 45317200, 45311100, 45317400, 45311200, 45315100, 45317000, 45315000, 45317300, 45317100, 45311000, 45310000, 45000000, 45317200, 45311100, 45317400, 45311000, 45315100, 45317000, 45315000, 45317300, 45317100, 45311200, 45310000, 45000000, 45231221, 45231223, 45250000, 45255800, 45255000, 45251240, 45333100, 45255300, 45231220, 45223720, 45231222, 45231200, 45255700, 45333200, 45333000, 45421100, 45421130, 45000000, 45421140, 45421132, 45000000, 45421130, 45421100, 45316100, 45421140, 45421110, 45421131, 45331211, 45421111, 45000000, 45234125, 45223310, 45111250, 45234123, 45112720, 45221250, 45111240, 45234122, 45111230, 45112723, 45234124, 45212221, 45000000, 42512510, 50222100

The aim of this tender is to arrive at a Framework Agreement which will be split into 13 Lots as shown below.

Potential Providers may submit a tender for one of more of the Lots. Each Lot within a tender will be assessed individually and award to the Framework will be on a Lot by Lot basis.

1. Kitchen Installations.

2. Bathroom Installations.

3. Electrical Installations.

4. Electrical Testing and Remedial Works.

5. Gas Heating Installations.

6. Window Installations.

7. Door Installations.

8. Groundworks.

9. Damp Proofing.

10. General Building.

11. Flat Roofing.

12. Pitched Roofing.

13. Cavity and Loft Insulation Cleaning and Reinstatement.

Details or specifications for the works under each Lot are contained within the ‘Lot specific pricing documents’ which form part of this ITT pack.

WPL is not intending to split the tender by geographical lots but to award places on the Framework to ensure that each Lot contains enough providers to satisfy geographical and volume coverage. As part of their tender submission Potential Providers are required to complete Appendix D ‘Postcode Declaration’ to identify the geographical areas in which they can demonstrate they can work. A Potential Provider's limited geographical coverage will not necessarily result in exclusion from the procurement. One of WPL's aims, and that of its Users, is to encourage local business growth and employment opportunities and therefore it wishes to encourage small to medium as well as larger enterprises to participate.

As WPL works closely with its sister HCA-backed consortia and similar publicly funded organisations, the geographical coverage of this Framework may be subject to adjustment and therefore the NUTS Code for the whole of the UK has been used in the Contract Notice. For clarity purposes the main areas currently serviced by WPL are the South and South West of England and the South of Wales, although other areas may be served through our sister consortia using this arrangement.

Providers on the Framework may be required to work with other contractors within projects and to utilise supply chains established by WPL, its sister consortia and its Users. Where possible such occurrences will be clearly indicated within the mini-competition at the time of the contract call-off process.

Repair and maintenance services of medical and precision equipment

Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
cpvs
50400000, 50000000, 79993000, 50500000, 50700000

Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) is seeking to establish a Facilities Management (FM) framework. This framework will consist of three lots;

— Lot 1 Integrated Hard (BEMS) & Soft Facilities Management Fully Managed Services,

— Lot 2 Hard Facilities Management — Building & Engineering Maintenance Services (BEMS)

— Lot 3, Soft FM (Fully Managed Service)

The framework shall be open to LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ and any new LPP members for the duration of the contract; plus any other NHS and Public Sector bodies located in England, subject to approval of LPP and any successor organisations of the above.

Lot 1 — A fully managed service for both Building & Engineering, Hard FM and Soft FM services primarily in healthcare environments and also wider public sector encompassing -

Fully Managed Building & Engineering Maintenance Service comprising all or some of;

— Cooling & Refrigeration — Chillers, Condensers & Split A/Cs;

— Air Handling Units, Filters, Ventilation & Extraction;

— Lifts, Escalators & Conveyance Systems;

— Patient Hoists;

— Water Systems — Servicing, Legionella Testing, Thermostatic Mixing Valves, Water Hygiene & Associated Plant;

— Fire Systems — Fire Alarm Systems, Smoke/ Heat Detection Systems, Sprinkler Systems, Extinguishers & Hose Reels;

— Boilers & Associated Plant;

— Building Management Systems & Automatic Control Systems;

— Security, Access Control, Intruder and CCTV Systems;

— UPS & Generators;

— Portable Appliance Testing & Fixed Wire Testing;

— Automatic Doors;

— Medical Gas Pipeline & Equipment Maintenance.

Fully Managed Service for Soft Facilities Management services, within Public Buildings and Healthcare Environments, including but not limited to, the provision of a fully managed service for the following services:

— Front of house & Switchboard services;

— Portering services;

— Post Room & Postal services;

— Office services;

— Administration services;

— Room booking services;

— Accommodation management services;

— Reprographic services;

— Medical record management and scanning services;

— Electronic and physical archiving;

— Waste management and disposal service;

— Garden and internal plants maintenance, and/ or Energy and Utilities management, within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments;

Cleaning Services within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o General cleaning services (clinical and non-clinical areas)

o Window cleaning services

— Pest control and prevention services;

— Catering Services within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o Patient catering

o Staff and visitor catering

o Retail services

o Vending machine services

o Hospitality and function catering

— Linen and Laundry Services to Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o Wash & return service

o Linen and other textile hire

o Theatre packs

o Linen vending machines services

o Top-up service

o Private patient linen service

o Return to sender service

o Curtains

— Security and Manned Guarding Services to Public Buildings and Healthcare environments. This could range from static guards, escorts, investigations and reporting, car park and traffic management, CCTV and security access control management for example.

Lot 2 Building & Engineering Services (Fully Managed Service) primarily in healthcare environments and also wider public sector, comprising all or some of;

— Cooling & Refrigeration — Chillers, Condensers & Split A/Cs;

— Air Handling Units, Filters, Ventilation & Extraction;

— Lifts, Escalators & Conveyance Systems;

— Patient Hoists;

— Water Systems — Servicing, Legionella Testing, Thermostatic Mixing Valves, Water Hygiene & Associated Plant;

— Fire Systems — Fire Alarm Systems, Smoke/ Heat Detection Systems, Sprinkler Systems, Extinguishers & Hose Reels;

— Boilers & Associated Plant;

— Building Management Systems & Automatic Control Systems;

— Security, Access Control, Intruder and CCTV Systems;

— UPS & Generators;

— Portable Appliance Testing & Fixed Wire Testing;

— Automatic Doors;

— Medical Gas Pipeline & Equipment Maintenance.

Lot 3

Fully Managed Service for Soft Facilities Management services, within Public Buildings and Healthcare Environments, including but not limited to, the provision of a fully managed service for the following services:

— Front of house & Switchboard services;

— Portering services;

— Post Room & Postal services;

— Office services;

— Administration services;

— Room booking services;

— Accommodation management services;

— Reprographic services;

— Medical record management and scanning services;

— Electronic and physical archiving;

— Waste management and disposal service;

— Garden and internal plants maintenance, and/ or Energy and Utilities management, within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments;

Cleaning Services within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o General cleaning services (clinical and non-clinical areas)

o Window cleaning services

— Pest control and prevention services;

— Catering Services within Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o Patient catering

o Staff and visitor catering

o Retail services

o Vending machine services

o Hospitality and function catering

— Linen and Laundry Services to Public Buildings and Healthcare environments including;

o Wash & return service

o Linen and other textile hire

o Theatre packs

o Linen vending machines services

o Top-up service

o Private patient linen service

o Return to sender service

o Curtains

— Security and Manned Guarding Services to Public Buildings and Healthcare environments. This could range from static guards, escorts, investigations and reporting, car park and traffic management, CCTV and security access control management for example.

Internal and External Works — INTEXTWOR2016 Framework

Westworks Procurement Limited | Published November 22, 2016
Winner
Thermabead Ltd
cpvs
45000000, 45260000, 45300000, 45310000, 45311000, 45315000, 45320000, 45321000, 45330000, 45331100, 45350000, 45400000, 45420000, 92522000

The aim of this tender is to arrive at a Framework Agreement which will be split into 13 Lots as shown below.

Potential Providers may submit a tender for one of more of the Lots. Each Lot within a tender will be assessed individually and award to the Framework will be on a Lot by Lot basis.

1. Kitchen Installations.

2. Bathroom Installations.

3. Electrical Installations.

4. Electrical Testing and Remedial Works.

5. Gas Heating Installations.

6. Window Installations.

7. Door Installations.

8. Groundworks.

9. Damp Proofing.

10. General Building.

11. Flat Roofing.

12. Pitched Roofing.

13. Cavity and Loft Insulation Cleaning and Reinstatement.

Details or specifications for the works under each Lot are contained within the ‘Lot specific pricing documents’ which form part of this ITT pack.

WPL is not intending to split the tender by geographical lots but to award places on the Framework to ensure that each Lot contains enough providers to satisfy geographical and volume coverage. As part of their tender submission Potential Providers are required to complete Appendix D ‘Postcode Declaration’ to identify the geographical areas in which they can demonstrate they can work. A Potential Provider's limited geographical coverage will not necessarily result in exclusion from the procurement. One of WPL's aims, and that of its Users, is to encourage local business growth and employment opportunities and therefore it wishes to encourage small to medium as well as larger enterprises to participate.

As WPL works closely with its sister HCA-backed consortia and similar publicly funded organisations, the geographical coverage of this Framework may be subject to adjustment and therefore the NUTS Code for the whole of the UK has been used in the Contract Notice. For clarity purposes the main areas currently serviced by WPL are the South and South West of England and the South of Wales, although other areas may be served through our sister consortia using this arrangement.

Providers on the Framework may be required to work with other contractors within projects and to utilise supply chains established by WPL, its sister consortia and its Users. Where possible such occurrences will be clearly indicated whithin the mini-competition at the time of the contract call-off process.

Merseytravel Rolling Stock Programme

Merseytravel | Published March 28, 2017
Winner
Stadler Bussnang AG
cpvs
34620000, 50222000, 34630000, 34600000, 34631000, 45234112, 34150000, 34151000, 34152000, 45111000, 45234116, 90917000, 42995000, 45213320, 50700000, 34621200, 50220000

Mersey travel, either on its own account or contracting thorough a wholly owned subsidiary company,(‘Merseytravel’) wishes to procure a new fleet of electric multiple units (known as ‘Units’) (‘New Fleet’) for operation on the Merseyrail Electrics Network in Merseyside, Cheshire and West Lancashire. The MerseyrailElectrics Network is an urban metro style passenger rail system, comprising the Northern Line and the WirralLine, which currently operate separately from the City Line and the rest of the UK rail system by virtue of its electrification by the third rail DC system. It provides good penetration into Liverpool city centre through the coreloop and link underground system, and interconnects with the Merseyrail City Line and national rail services through Liverpool Lime Street station. The Merseyrail Electrics Network comprises 66 stations along 75 route miles of network. The central core operates underground across 5 stations. The Merseyrail Electrics Networkcarries over 34 000 000 passenger journeys each year. The Merseyrail Electrics Network is currently operated by Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Limited (‘Merseyrail’) — a joint venture between Serco and Abellio, under a Concession Agreement let by Merseytravel until 2028.

The New Fleet, which will replace the existing Class 507 and 508 Electric Multiple Units (‘Existing Fleet’), is tobe suitable for operation on the Merseyrail Electrics Network and in particular must comply with the specific physical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and restrictions of the Merseyrail Electrics Networkas set out in the Specification. Further details of the performance characteristics and general specification for the New Fleet will be set out in the Specification which will be made available to pre-qualified Applicants at theInvitation to Negotiate (‘ITN’) stage. Details of the diagrams that support the proposed timetable will also be made available to pre-qualified Applicants with the ITN. Merseytravel expects that in the region of 50 initial Unitsof 60 metre nominal length will be necessary to meet these operational requirements. Applicants will however,be requested to consider and propose the configuration and exact number of Units to be supplied which willenable Merseyrail to operate all of the diagrams and the indicative timetable that will also be set out in the ITN inthe most efficient and cost effective manner.

The successful Applicant will be responsible for the design, construction, homologation (including any type approval), testing, commissioning and delivery of the New Fleet pursuant to the terms of a Manufacture and Supply Agreement (‘MSA’), a draft of which will be made available to pre-qualified Applicants with the ITN. Thesuccessful Applicant will also be required to provide, as part of the design process, details relating to a number of aspects of Units, in the form of mock-ups of various sections of the new Units including the driver's cab, arepresentative section of the saloon area, and the Unit exterior. The successful Applicant will also be required to provide design, build, test, commission and supply a cab simulator to assist with driver training.

The Existing Fleet is leased to Mersey travel's wholly owned subsidiary, Merseyside Passenger TransportServices Limited, by Angel Trains Limited under a long term master operating lease agreement (‘MOLA’), andis sublet to Merseyrail. The successful Applicant will be expected to enter into a maintenance sub-contract(‘MSC’) with Merseyrail, under which the Applicant will carry out all maintenance and repair works and in depot cleaning and servicing requirements on the Existing Fleet until the date on which all of the units comprising theExisting Fleet have been redelivered to Angel Trains Limited. The successful Applicant will also be responsible for ensuring an efficient transition of maintenance services from the Existing Fleet to the New Fleet as the new Units are accepted under the MSA and introduced into passenger carrying service on the Merseyrail ElectricsNetwork. The transfer of responsibility in respect of the maintenance and repair of the Existing Fleet from Merseyrail to the successful Applicant will trigger a transfer of relevant maintenance and depot-based traincleaning staff from Mersey rail to the successful Applicant under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’). Applicants will be expected to satisfy themselves of the existence and extent of any TUPE rights through their own due diligence. Relevant employee information will be made available to pre-qualified Applicants at the ITN stage.

Merseytravel currently envisages that the successful Applicant will be responsible for the maintenance and depot-based cleaning of the New Fleet under a long term Train Availability and Reliability Agreement (‘TARA’),and will require the successful Applicant to balance the number of Units to be supplied and the maintenance and availability of those Units to achieve the optimal operating efficiency and best value for money on a whole life basis. In this context, the successful Applicant is expected to be responsible for the long term running and heavy maintenance of the New Fleet, as well as daily servicing and cleaning, so that the successful Applicant will be responsible for providing Units that are ready and safe for entry into service available to the operator at the entry point of each diagram. The successful Applicant may also be required, under the TARA, to make certain future modifications to the Units, such as the retrospective conversion of the traction power supply from the third rail dc system to an a dual voltage system that utilises both third rail and overhead line electric traction power systems.

The successful Applicant will also be required to design, construct and deliver (or procure the design and construction and delivery of) new maintenance facilities under a Depot Construction Contract (‘DCC’) on railwayl and which currently comprises part of the Mersey rail Electrics Network. The new maintenance facilities are likely to include (but not be limited to) a maintenance shed covering 3 inspection roads with pits, cranes and/or jacks, test facilities; a train exterior wash plant and specialist cleaning area; a second train exterior wash plant on the opposite side of the Mersey rail Electrics Network to the new depot; secure storage for spares and equipment; an appropriate depot protection system; train cleaning facilities for daily and periodic heavy cleaning; and amendments to the yard layout to optimise yard movements. The successful Applicant will be required to manage the interface between the construction of the new maintenance facilities, the daily operations on the Mersey rail Electrics Network and the successful delivery and commissioning of the new maintenance depot. The successful Applicant will also be responsible for securing all necessary permissions and approvals for the construction of the new maintenance depot.

The successful Applicant will also be required to enter into a lease with Network Rail, on full repairing an dinsuring terms, pursuant to which it will occupy the new depot facility to be constructed pursuant to the DCCfrom which the maintenance services in respect of the New Fleet will be performed under the TARA. In this respect the successful Applicant will be the Depot Facility Owner in relation to the new depot. The successful Applicant will also be responsible for the operation of the existing maintenance facilities at the Kirkdale depot and the Birkenhead North depot, and will be required to enter into leases with Network Rail, on full repairing and insuring terms, pursuant to which it will occupy those depots, again as Depot Facility Owner.

The successful Applicant will also be required to enter into a contingent Technical Services, Support and Spares Agreement (‘TSSSA’) which will come into effect in conjunction with the award of the MSA but which will only become relevant if Merseytravel elects for any reason not to award the TARA or if the TARA is terminated forany reason. The TSSSA will provide industry standard warranties relating to the design and construction of the New Fleet and the provision of technical services, support and spares on an on-going basis for the design life ofthe new Units, if the successful Applicant is not or no longer responsible for the maintenance of the new Fleet under the TARA. A draft of the TSSSA will be made available to pre-qualified Applicants at the ITN stage. Underthe TSSSA, the successful Applicant will be obliged to continue to supply certain specified spares for the New Fleet throughout the economic life of the new Units, to provide certain warranties in relation to the new Unitswhich will not otherwise be included in the MSA (due to the assumption that the successful Applicant will beresponsible for the provision of running and heavy maintenance in relation to the New Fleet on an availability and reliability basis under the TARA), and to provide technical support and services to Merseytravel or theincumbent maintenance provider for the time being at Merseytravel's request in respect of the New Fleet on acall-off basis.

The successful Applicant will also be required to enter into a Project Collaboration Agreement (‘PCA’) pursuant to which it will be required to submit detailed plans supporting, amongst other things, the detailed design,construction, testing, delivery and commissioning phases of the MSA relating to the supply of the New Fleet,the design, construction and delivery phases of the DCC, the transfer of responsibility for the maintenance of the Existing Fleet to the successful Applicant and the delivery of maintenance services under the MSC (in respect of the Existing Fleet) and under the TARA (in respect of the New Fleet), as well as providing for a collaborative approach to the delivery and governance of the Merseytravel Rolling Stock Programme and for themanagement of interfaces between the MSA, TARA, MSC, DCC and TSSSA.

In the event that the successful Applicant for the supply of the New Fleet is unable to propose an acceptable and affordable maintenance solution, Merseytravel reserves the right, in its discretion, to award the MSA and to enter into the TSSSA, and to proceed with the purchase of the New Fleet from the successful Applicant, but not to award the TARA, the MSC (in relation to the maintenance of the Existing Fleet) or the DCC (relating to the design, construction and delivery of the new depot facility at which the New Fleet will be maintained). In that circumstance, Merseytravel retains the right to conduct separate procurements to select a maintainer for the New Fleet, who will be required to enter into the TARA, the DCC and the MSC. In such circumstances, if the successful Applicant is not awarded the TARA, the DCC or the MSC, it will also not be required to enter into the leases in respect of the new depot facility or the existing depots at Birkenhead North and Kirkdale, with NetworkRail.

Merseytravel intends to hold an industry day for potential Applicants to provide information in relation to the Merseytravel Rolling Stock Programme. This will be held 12.1.2015 at a time that will be notified to potentialApplicants who express an interest in this procurement, and will be held at a location in Liverpool. Following the industry day, the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire and related documentation (‘PQQ’) will be issued electronicallyto potential Applicants. It is currently envisaged that the ITN will be issued to shortlisted Applicants in January 2016 with contract award expected in November 2016. Further details relating to the procurement process will be provided in the PQQ and subsequently, in the ITN. Applicants are invited to register their interest in the Merseytravel Rolling Stock Programme via the Chest procurement portal at https://www.the-chest.org.uk/

Soft Facilities Management Services.

Barts Health NHS Trust | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 18, 2016
cpvs
79993000, 18100000, 32410000, 39291000, 39518000, 72253000, 72400000, 79710000, 92300000, 55520000, 79992000, 79994000, 92230000, 90911200, 90921000, 90922000, 98351100, 98310000, 98341120, 90914000, 71317210, 79400000, 90700000

CONTRACT-A5XD-WDLR75

Barts Health NHS Trust is a major provider of hospital services for London and nationally for a wide variety of specialised and tertiary services. It is the largest NHS Trust in England and operates from five hospitals in east London. In 2014/15 it had an annual turnover of £1.3 billion and employs 15,000 staff.

The Trust is seeking expressions of interest to provide its Soft Facilities Management services across all its sites. Delivery of the following services:

Security, Reception and Help Desk Services

Domestic Services

Patient Catering Services

Cleaning Services

Pest Control Services

Linen and Laundry Services

Car Parking

Patient Entertainment

Services to be delivered in accordance with specified standards, and, managed under a formal performance regime. The requirement will include continuous service improvement, by the provider and the achievement of regular efficiency gains both in terms of cost and performance.

There will be a Bidders briefing session on Monday, 1.2.2016 to set the scene for the project and allow Bidders to better understand the opportunities extending from the project. Further information on how to RSVP is contained within the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

National Housing Prime Contract

DEFENCE INFRASTRUCTURE ORGANISATION | Published June 20, 2014
Winner
CarillionAmey (Housing Prime) Ltd 24 Birch Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 4HY
cpvs
79993000, 79993100, 72514100, 70332100, 80510000, 45000000, 45210000, 45220000, 71356000, 70333000, 75123000, 71500000, 45211100, 39000000, 90910000, 98341140, 75100000, 72253000, 45111100

National housing prime contract. Building and facilities management services. Facilities management services. Facilities management services involving computer operation. Land management services. Specialist training services. Construction work. Building construction work. Engineering works and construction works. Technical services. Housing services. Administrative housing services. Construction-related services. Construction work for houses. Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. Cleaning services. Caretaker services. Administration services. Help-desk and support services. Demolition work. Building & facilities management services for the contracted assets - buildings, infrastructure and estate – including statutory and mandatory compliance; helpdesk; operation; repair; planned maintenance; management information services; IT services; advice; studies; design; construction (including minor new works); procurement; Technical & Professional Services; Lands Management Services and disposals; Developmental training of MOD staff. Management of the following, to include all associated activities for the contracted assets - the provision of housing and accommodation information in any format - occupancy management services - allocation of housing - March in and out - rented furniture and fittings - house preparation - cleaning services and stakeholder activities. CPV: 79993000, 79993100, 72514100, 70332100, 80510000, 45000000, 45210000, 45220000, 71356000, 70333000, 75123000, 71500000, 45211100, 39000000, 90910000, 98341140, 75100000, 72253000, 45111100.

Greater Manchester Metrolink — Operation and maintenance of a tram system

Transport for Greater Manchester | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Keolis Amey Metrolink Limited
cpvs
60130000, 60112000, 60210000, 50000000, 50220000, 71314200, 71541000, 71540000, 79420000, 98351000, 71317200, 79342300, 50324200, 71631470, 32412000, 45232332, 50331000, 50332000

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) have appointed an operator-maintainer for its Greater Manchester light rail system, Metrolink. TfGM considers the Metrolink system to be a tram and has procured the operator-maintainer on this basis.

The contract will run from July 2017 for a term of 7 years with a potential extension of up to a further 3 years. In addition, there will be a contract option for TfGM to extend the term for an additional 1 year at the end of either the 7th of 10th year of the contract to accommodate any delay in the procurement process for a subsequent operator-maintainer.

The successful contractor will be responsible for both the operation and maintenance of the Metrolink System and may also carry out some or all of the renewals on behalf of TfGM. Renewals may also be carried out by separate capital works contractors.

The Metrolink system is the largest tram network in the UK and is of strategic importance to the economy of Greater Manchester as it provides fast and frequent links across the Greater Manchester region supporting employment, leisure and tourism. In addition to the existing assets, during the proposed contract term the system may be extended to include at least one additional line and associated infrastructure which may include but not be limited to trams, track, overhead line, stops and substations. Any additions of the Metrolink network whether envisaged now or later during the life of the Contract can be added to the contract at TfGM's option.

The operator-maintainer is required to provide certain services under the Contract which include maintenance services and passenger services (together the Services) in addition to other services. The passenger services include operating a tram in passenger service on any section of the Metrolink system which is available for use by fare paying and concessionaire members of the public, consisting of either 1 single tram (with or without a centre section where applicable) or 2 coupled trams. The maintenance services include without limit:

1. maintenance planning;

2. cleaning;

3. routine maintenance including preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance;

4. incident management;

5. performance improvement;

6. condition monitoring;

7. operation and updating of a computerised maintenance management system;

8. asset information management;

9. management of engineering access;

10. management of engineering change;

11. configuration management;

12. assistance with obsolescence management;

13. management of Metrolink stocks; and

14. reporting.

The operator-maintainer is further required under the Contract to deliver the Services on the entirety of the proposed extension of the Metrolink system from Pomona to the Trafford Centre (the Trafford Park Line), when requested by TfGM.

Further passenger services may be required by TfGM to cover an extension to the Metrolink system which is designed and constructed/supplied by a third party under a contract with TfGM (which may also provide for the supply of additional vehicles to be used by the operator-maintainer in the operation of the passenger services).

In these circumstances, TfGM is able to propose and require the implementation of a change to the current provision of services through a prescribed change procedure.

Additionally, the operator-maintainer is required to deliver the maintenance services on any future extension to the Metrolink system if requested to do so by TfGM and in accordance with the prescribed change procedure.

In addition the operator-maintainer will assist with the testing and commissioning of new infrastructure and trams.

sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council & Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 22, 2012
Winner
3SE (Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham) Ltd Dunedin House MK1 1BU Milyon Keynes UNITED KINGDOM Telephone: +44 1908650580 Fax: +44 1908650651
cpvs
42320000, 45000000, 45222100, 45222110, 90000000, 90500000, 90510000, 90511000, 90513000, 90513200, 90513300, 90530000, 90533000, 90711000, 90720000

Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham Borough Councils, with a combined municipal waste arising in the order of 450 000 tonnes, are seeking jointly to procure a contract for the future treatment and disposal of municipal waste that will divert significant quantities of biodegradable waste from landfill. This notice relates to a PFI contract to manage the treatment and disposal of residual waste from municipal waste and commercial waste collected by or on behalf of each of the 3 Councils. The Contractor may also be required to process municipal waste rejected from HWRC's and composting initiatives managed by the Councils. The term is 25 years from full service commencement, with an option to extend the term for a further period of 5 years.

FRAMEWORK FOR SUPPLY OF FURNITURE, SOFT FURNISHINGS, APPLIANCES AND THE PROVISION OF STORAGE AND STOCK MANAGEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH A FURNITURE PACK RENTAL SCHEME

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published February 1, 2014  -  Deadline March 10, 2014
cpvs
39000000, 39100000, 39200000, 39220000, 39500000, 39530000, 39531000, 39700000, 39710000, 39140000, 39143000, 39143100, 39143110, 39143120, 39143300

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. Furniture. Furnishing. Kitchen equipment, household and domestic items and catering supplies. Textile articles. Carpets, mats and rugs. Carpets. Domestic appliances. Electrical domestic appliances. Domestic furniture. Bedroom, dining room and living-room furniture. Bedroom furniture. Beds and bedding and specialist soft furnishings. Bedroom furniture, other than beds and bedding. Living-room furniture. The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘Council') is the local housing authority for Kirklees and holds a stock of properties of around twenty-two thousand eight hundred (22,800) which are managed by Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing Limited (“KNH”) (a wholly Council owned arm's length management organisation formed in 2002). The Young People's Tenancies Team within KNH manages Council tenancies held by sixteen to eighteen (16-18) year olds. The Council is looking for a customer focused one-stop shop to provide goods and ancillary services so that it can offer a rentable furniture pack to its young clients. The Council is looking for a responsive, prompt order and delivery service as well as a stock management service when required. There will between eighty(80) and one hundred and ten (110) new tenancies per annum and the Council is seeking a two (2) year framework contract with the option to extend for up to two (2) further periods of one (1) year each. Terms defined in the Framework Agreement shall where used in this Specification bear the same meanings unless the context otherwise requires. The core inventory per property is: - Electric cooker - Fridge freezer OR fridge with ice box (dependent on kitchen layout) - Washing Machine - Carpets for lounge, bedroom and hall - Vinyl flooring for kitchen and bathroom - Curtains OR voile to lounge and bedroom (including curtain tracks or hanging wire) - Double Bed (metal frame and mattress) These items will generally be ordered as a package, but individual items may also be ordered, for example as replacements. There will also be some occasions when other items will be required as follows: - Highchair - Single Wardrobe - 2 seater Sofa - Beanbag These items will not be required as a package. For further details, please refer to Part 2 of Schedule 1 of the Tender Documents (‘Project Brief & Specification').

FA1264 Technology and Transformation Alliance

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published May 7, 2016
Winner
Accenture (UK) Limited, Bilfinger Industrial Automation Services Ltd, Deloitte LLP, IBM United Kingdom Limited
cpvs
72222300, 42961200, 72227000, 64200000, 32441200, 71314300, 79000000, 79400000, 79412000, 79414000, 79418000, 79512000, 79993000, 50111000

Notification of Award of the following:

Thames Water Utilities Limited (Thames Water) is looking to procure 1 service provider to work with Thames Water to form a Technology and Transformation Alliance in order to deliver the core Information Technology/ Operational Technology (IT/OT) requirements for the remainder of AMP6 across its entire business.

AMP6 is the current Asset Management Plan under-way within the water sector in England and Wales and runs from 1.4.2015 to 31.3.2020.

The service provider will work with Thames Water to deliver a step change in delivery of all scope whilst also focusing on proactive longer-term innovation and transformation.

There will be the potential to (a) extend the arrangements to the AMP7 and AMP8 periods respectively, and (b) bring in 1 or more other items of potential future scope (see below) by agreement at any point in the contract.

The final contract(s) (or parts thereof) will be capable of transfer by Thames Water to any member(s) of the Group on a group re-structuring.

It is currently envisaged that the scope of the contract may include, but not be limited to, activities associated with the following, to provide either a partial or full and complete end-to-end service:

1, more, or all elements of Technology (IT/OT) project delivery, development, support, maintenance, system integration, hosting and other IT services for new or legacy software, systems, processes, infrastructure, and other assets and the like, including but not limited to:

Service strategy, IT/OT strategy, technical advice and planning;

Enterprise architecture planning;

Process improvement and design;

Feasibility analysis and blueprinting;

Requirements analysis;

Solution design;

Service design;

Application development;

Testing strategy, test planning, and testing;

Data quality improvement and migration for service transition;

Data management and information management;

Data warehousing and analytical reporting;

Information security management;

IT/OT asset management;

IT/OT integration;

Information management and analytics;

Programme and project management;

Quality control, quality assurance and quality management;

Design assurance;

System integration;

Service validation and testing;

Business continuity management and IT/OT disaster recovery management;

Transition into ‘business-as-usual’ operations (including application support and service hosting);

Benefits analysis and measurement;

Application support;

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) design, implementation and management;

Control/automation assets e.g. programmable logic controllers, remote telemetry units;

Instrumentation installation and integration with SCADA systems;

Other operational control and automation systems design, implementation and management;

OT domain management, service provision and networks;

The above requirements may be needed across core service areas including but not limited to:

— Asset infrastructure management and planning;

— Asset and network operations management (e.g. integration of Information Technology and Operational Technology);

— Customer experience management (e.g. marketing, selling, serving and satisfaction);

— End-user computing;

— Finance management;

— Geo-spatial referencing services;

— Integrated analytics and insight for customers, assets and operations;

— People management (e.g. employee and manager self-service; talent development);

— Revenue management (e.g. billing, payments, credit and collections);

— Supply chain management and planning (e.g. purchase-to-pay value chain);

— Unified communications and collaboration (e.g. customer interaction channels);

— Work enactment and work management.

The services required under the contract(s) are split across 2 areas: Core Scope and Potential Future Scope.

Core Scope

The core scope includes, but is not limited to the following:

A. Service Integration: Provision of service design, service transition, service operation, cross-tower integration and continual service improvement.

B. Service Desk: Provision of incident management, problem management, user contact management, and request fulfilment.

C. Hosting: Provision of the fully maintained operational premises, the storage and processing capacity, the management and maintenance of the hardware, the build and provision of the operating environment to support the hosted applications and any required appliances plus including the provision or brokering of new potential services such as ‘cloud’ based applications and/or services and/or infrastructure (e.g. software as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service).

D. Network: Provision of IT networks services for voice and data connectivity, fixed and mobile. This includes local area networks and associated equipment within offices, wide area networks and connectivity between offices, sites, data centre environments, SCADA/ telemetry, and associated assets.

E. End-User-Computing: Provision of administrative office EUC, hardware support, EUC infrastructure applications (e.g. operating systems, anti-virus), application access methods, device management, distribution and management of applications supporting the workplace (e.g. productivity applications).

F. Applications Management: Provision of 2nd and 3rd line support, patching (of applications), minor enhancements and configuration management.

G. Applications Development: Provision of software development services for new developments and major enhancements.

H. SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition design, implementation and management.

I. Instrumentation installation and integration with SCADA systems.

J. Projects and Programmes including Intelligence Hub (a programme of IT and OT projects focusing on analytics and performance) and CRMB (customer relationship management and billing systems).

And other IT/OT software, systems, support, processes, infrastructure, product development, change management and other assets which may be required in the operation and associated activities of the Thames Water business across all business areas for the potential term of the contract(s). This will also include the items of business consulting and change management required to deliver the core scope.

Future Potential Scope

The future potential scope includes, but is not limited to the following:

K. Business Consulting: Provision of management and business consulting, strategy consulting, change management, transformation, and cultural change.

L. Procurement: Provision of strategic sourcing, category management, tendering, contract formulation, award and, contract management.

M. Logistics, Fleet Management and Inventory Management: Provision of vehicle planning and scheduling, vehicle tracking, work-flow, notifications, and optimisation of inventory.

N. Facilities: Provision of the integration and management of processes to maintain and develop the agreed services both ‘hard’ (e.g. building fabric) and ‘soft’ (e.g. catering, cleaning, security, mail-room, and health and safety) which support the organisation.

O. Purchase-to-Pay: Provision of the complete purchasing cycle to ensure a seamless process from need to payment.

P. Human Resources and Payroll: Provision of the management and administration of employees (e.g. recruitment, employee relations, etc.) and associated records (e.g. Payslips, BACs, National Insurance, Tax etc.).

Q. Finance and Reporting: Provision of financial management and support, financial reporting, and associated activities.

R. Energy and Carbon Management: Provision of the procurement, management, monitoring and reporting of activities associated with energy and carbon management.

S. Customer Contact Centre: Provision of voice and non-voice services relating to customer management, inbound and outbound phone calls, account management, connections/ disconnections, customer exceptions, channel integration, reporting, analytics, and management information.

And any other activities which align themselves to a shared services environment and/or cover the same or similar business objectives and requirements.

Thames Water currently envisages that the total value (including all Thames Water costs) of the Core Scope items A to J above will be approximately 400 000 000 GBP — 500 000 000 GBP over the remainder of AMP6 following contract award (i.e. end of March 2016 to end of March 2020) and that this scope value is an approximate forecast for future AMP periods.

Thames Water also currently envisages that the total value (including all Thames Water costs) of the Future Potential Scope items K to S above will be approximately 200 000 000 GBP — 300 000 000 GBP per AMP period. However, no decision has yet been made regarding if and when this scope will be awarded in total or in part.

Bidders will be expected to be able to deliver all the Core Scope items as a minimum.

The size and complexity of the core IT/ OT programme, and the potential to bring in the Potential Future Scope, means that it is currently envisaged that bidding entities will be multi-disciplinary in nature and will be either an incorporated or unincorporated bidding consortium.

Thames Water does not envisage that product vendors will be part of the original constitution of each bidding consortium. However, product vendors may be required in the future, either as a strategic supplier or as part of the consortium within the alliance. Therefore, this provision may be incorporated within the consortium by agreement during or after the procurement and pre-service delivery phases.

Following the procurement, Thames Water envisages a pre-service delivery phase between January 2016 and April 2016, followed by full service delivery (including a transition phase).

Thames Water's current preference is to award the contract to a single successful bidding consortium, but subject to the capability and ability of bidding entities reserves the right to move to a multi-supplier/consortium solution at any point in the procurement process and thereafter award the contract(s) to more than one supplier consortium(s). Where Thames Water exercises this right, the process for doing so and evaluation methodology shall be set out in the relevant procurement documents.

A significant amount of collaboration, knowledge sharing, and innovation will take place during the lifetime of the contract(s) and this requirement, along with the commercial model being developed, will require a bidding consortium(s) with significant collective capacity and capability.

It is currently envisaged that Thames Water and the successful bidding consortium(s) will work together under the contract(s) within a jointly-incentivised commercial arrangement with the objective of outperforming the Thames Water business plan budget which is aligned to the scope being delivered.

The operating model selected for delivering these services is a client-embedded alliance, where Thames Water and the successful bidding consortium work together in a joint-team to meet the stated aims of the contract.

This approach will require selection and evaluation through the procurement on a collective bidding consortium basis.

Bidding consortiums may receive detailed feedback at an early stage in the procurement process upon their strengths and weaknesses as a consortium. A short window of opportunity may be given for shortlisted bidding consortiums to vary their members. Should a bidding consortium choose to change its members in this way, Thames Water shall reapply the selection criteria used at the outset and it will be a condition of continuing in the process that the bidding consortium (as varied) receives the same score or higher than that originally awarded for the Selection stage.

Thames Water and the successful bidding consortium will agree the detailed transition and phasing of the Core Scope during the procurement or pre-service delivery phase. It is envisaged that the items of scope pertaining to IT may be made operational before any OT activities are commenced.

Thames Water does not envisage having an immediate requirement for applicants to deliver the Potential Future Scope from Day 1 of the contract. However, it is currently anticipated that Thames Water may, at some point during the initial term of the contract (including the pre-service delivery phase) or later, require the successful bidding consortium to deliver both the Core Scope and part or all of the Potential Future Scope.

Therefore, each bidding consortium's ability to manage the Potential Future Scope will be evaluated within the selection and evaluation stages of the procurement.

It may be appropriate for the successful bidding consortium to introduce other entities to deliver this Core Scope and/ or Future Potential Scope during the life of the contract(s) and/or for original entities to exit the successful bidding consortium. A clear, precise and unequivocal review clause shall be included within the contract(s) to manage this process.

TfL_scp_000435 - Provision of supply, installation, and maintenance services for shelters, stops, po

Transport for London – (Procurement Operations) | Published May 16, 2014
cpvs
44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000, 44112100, 79341000, 79341400, 79341200, 44212321, 90910000, 45233293, 45233252, 45440000, 45442120, 30199790, 34928440, 45442100, 90690000, 90900000, 50800000, 50532400, 71314100, 65320000, 45310000, 50532000, 90917000

The requirement is for the provision of supply, installation, and maintenance (cleaning and graffiti removal, electrical, painting and publicity posting) services for shelters, stops, poster frames and other associated on-street infrastructure, including advertising rights.

Soft Facilities Management Services

Barts Health NHS Trust | Published January 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 18, 2016
cpvs
18100000

Barts Health NHS Trust is a major provider of hospital services for London and nationally for a wide variety of specialised and tertiary services. It is the largest NHS Trust in England and operates from five hospitals in east London. In 2014/15 it had an annual turnover of £1.3 billion and employs 15,000 staff. The Trust is seeking expressions of interest to provide its Soft Facilities Management services across all its sites. Delivery of the following services: Security, Reception and Help Desk Services Domestic Services Patient Catering Services Cleaning Services Pest Control Services Linen and Laundry Services Car Parking Patient Entertainment Systems Services to be delivered in accordance with specified standards, and, managed under a formal performance regime. The requirement will include continuous service improvement, by the provider and the achievement of regular efficiency gains both in terms of cost and performance. There will be a Bidders briefing session on Monday, 1.2.2016 to set the scene for the project and allow Bidders to better understand the opportunities extending from the project. Further information on how to RSVP is contained within the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

South West Region Multi Activity Contract.

Ministry of Defence, DIO, Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) | Published March 11, 2016  -  Deadline April 14, 2016
cpvs
79993100, 55520000, 90911000, 90500000, 55110000, 98311100, 98393000

Facilities management services. Catering services. Accommodation, building and window cleaning services. Refuse and waste related services. Hotel accommodation services. Laundry management services. Tailoring services. A description of the contract is detailed below at II.2.1) Total quantity or scope.

Facilities management services

Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 15, 2017
Winner
United Healthcare (Bromley) Limited
cpvs
79993100

The contract is for the design, construction, finance, and part operation of an acute general hospital, including the supply of soft facility management services to the hospital such as porter services, linen, cleaning services, refreshments and patient meal services. The contracting authority and the contractor are amending the contract's benchmarking/market testing requirements in relation to the costing of soft facilities management services, to postpone the date of the required benchmarking/market testing requirements by an additional 10 years. In return, the contracting authority will receive monies commensurate with the cost of completing such benchmarking and market testing exercise. There is no change to the contract specifications.

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