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Cleaning products

Belfast City Council | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 20, 2017
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39830000, 39800000

Provision of general cleaning products and consumables.

Provision of general cleaning products.

Rolls, Clothes and associated sundries.

Cleaning Accessories.

Cleaning products

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published August 27, 2016
Winner
Nicholas McKenna Company
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The Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment such as Mopping Systems, Burnishing Pads, Gloves, Cloths, Brushes, Buckets and Cleaning Trolleys to NIHSC Facilities.

Cleaning products

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published September 15, 2016
cpvs
39830000, 39224300, 39525800

The Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment such as Mopping Systems, Burnishing Pads, Gloves, Cloths, Brushes, Buckets and Cleaning Trolleys to NIHSC Facilities.

Cleaning services

Belfast City Council | Published November 18, 2016
Winner
Precision
cpvs
90910000, 90911200

Cleaning Service for Belfast Castle, Malone House, The Stables, LockKeeepers Inn.

Office cleaning services

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published August 19, 2016
Winner
The Mount Charles Group LTD
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Provision of an Office Cleaning Service.

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Agents.

Business Services Organisation, Procurement and Logistics Service on behalf of the BHSCT, NHSCT, WHSCT, SHSCT, SEHSCT, NIAST, NIBTS, NIFRS, HSCB | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
cpvs
39831200

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Agents which includes Lot 1 — Cleaning Agents and Associated Products. Lot 2 — Vehicle Cleaning Agents. Lot 3 Salad Wash.

Window-cleaning services

Choice Housing Ireland Limited (and its subsidiaries) | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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90911300, 90911000, 90911200

Choice Housing Ireland Housing is one of Northern Ireland's leading registered Housing Associations. Our mission is to provide high quality homes at the lowest possible economic rent for everyone in housing need and we currently own and manage in excess of 10 000 properties throughout Northern Ireland.

Choice are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to carry out window cleaning and gutter cleaning services at Choice Housing Ireland Sites across Northern Ireland.

Invitation to Tender documents provide an extensive list of the properties to be serviced under this contract with a breakdown of the frequency and additional site specific information.

As a developing Housing Association the requirements of the contract may increase during the contract period. Choice may on occasion seek additional costs for new developments.

The scope of the services is that the contractor shall provide all management, tools, supplies, equipment and labour necessary for the following:

Window Cleaning

Window cleaning at each of the properties listed within Appendix A — Pricing Document Windows to and external windows. Also included is Appendix B — Hard to reach internal windows which details windows in internal communal areas that are deemed to be out of reach. The cost for cleaning the internal hard-to-reach windows should be incorporated into the overall cost per clean in Appendix A. External windows should be cleaned 6 times a year (unless otherwise stated). Internal hard to reach windows shall be cleaned twice a year (unless otherwise stated). Cleaning shall be carried out on the glazing and window frames to the standards set out in Section 11.5 Outcome Standards. Total cost offered includes for any mobile elevated platform lift or ladders / scaffold that will be required in order to carry out the service. The contractor is to ensure that he is able to access all parts of the building in order to carry out this service.

Gutter Cleaning

The annual removal of debris, external cleaning of all gutters and downpipes in a manner that will maintain a neat and professional appearance. The annual visit is to be no more than 12 calendar months apart between yearly visits carried out in the months to be agreed upon commencement of the contract. Choice Housing Ireland may require to increase or decrease the frequency of Gutter cleans at some or all of the sites throughout the life of this contract. Changes in this requirement will be communicated to the Contractor by the Contract Manager in writing.

Total cost offered includes for any mobile elevated platform lift or ladders / scaffold that will be required for the annual gutter cleaning program. The contractor is to ensure that he is able to access all parts of the building in order to carry out this function. Guttering quantities recorded on the attached Appendix C — Pricing Document Guttering is recorded in metres.

Ad Hoc Cleaning

Contractors should provide a separate cost for carrying out the window and gutter cleaning service when required outside of the annual cleaning schedule on the attached spreadsheet, Appendix D — Pricing Document Ad Hoc Cleaning.

Further information on the nature of the works is contained within the procurement documentation.

Window Cleaning Services [441093]

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published March 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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90911000

Window Cleaning Services for the Northern Ireland Health and Social Care

Window-cleaning services

Choice Housing Ireland Limited (and its subsidiaries) | Published April 27, 2017
Winner
Amber Support Solutions
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90911300, 90911000, 90911200

Choice Housing Ireland Housing is one of Northern Ireland's leading registered Housing Associations. Our mission is to provide high-quality homes at the lowest possible economic rent for everyone in housing need and we currently own and manage in excess of 10 000 properties throughout Northern Ireland.

Choice are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to carry out window cleaning and gutter cleaning services at Choice Housing Ireland Sites across Northern Ireland.

Window Cleaning

Window cleaning at each of the properties listed within Appendix A — Pricing Document Windows to and external windows. Also included is Appendix B — Hard to reach internal windows which details windows in internal communal areas that are deemed to be out of reach. The cost for cleaning the internal hard-to-reach windows should be incorporated into the overall cost per clean in Appendix A. External windows should be cleaned 6 times a year (unless otherwise stated). Internal hard to reach windows shall be cleaned twice a year (unless otherwise stated). Cleaning shall be carried out on the glazing and window frames to the standards set out in Section 11.5 Outcome Standards. Total cost offered includes for any mobile elevated platform lift or ladders / scaffold that will be required in order to carry out the service. The contractor is to ensure that he is able to access all parts of the building in order to carry out this service.

More information in additional information.

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Agents.

Business Services Organisation (BSO) | Published December 24, 2015
Winner
William Clements (Chemicals) Ltd, Zenith Hygiene Systems Ltd, Bunzl McLaughlin, S&E Caretrade, Diversey Hygiene Sales Ltd, Supplies Team Ltd, Pitstop Spares
cpvs
39830000, 39831200, 39831500

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Agents. 1. Lot 1 — Cleaning Agents and Associated Products; 2. Lot 2 — Vehicle Wash; 3. Lot 3 — Salad Wash.

Accommodation cleaning services

NI Assembly | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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90911100, 90914000, 90919200, 90910000, 90911200, 55500000, 55510000, 55511000, 55300000, 55310000, 55311000, 55320000, 55321000, 55322000, 55330000, 55400000, 55410000, 55512000, 55520000, 98341120

The Northern Ireland Assembly wishes to appoint a Service Provider for the provision of Support Services. incorporating Catering, Cleaning and Porterage. within Parliament Buildings.

T1318 - Provision of an Office Cleaning Service

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published April 24, 2016  -  Deadline May 23, 2016
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90919200

Provision of an Office Cleaning Service

Accommodation, building and window cleaning services

Belfast City Council | Published January 28, 2016
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90911000, 90910000

Accommodation, building and window cleaning services

T1318 — Provision of an Office Cleaning Service

Northern Ireland Housing Executive | Published April 27, 2016  -  Deadline May 23, 2016
cpvs
90919200

Provision of an Office Cleaning Service.

School Catering and cleaning services

Belfast Royal Academy | Published August 18, 2016
Winner
Compass Group UK & Ireland T/A Chartwells Independent
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The contract to be awarded as a result of the overall competition is for the provision of catering and cleaning services at Belfast Royal Academy for a 5 year period, subject to satisfactory ongoing performance and annual review. Belfast Royal Academy, at its discretion, may consider proposals which cover both the required catering and cleaning services, or proposals with 1 of these services provided as a main contractor and the other sub-contracted to another company.

Belfast Royal Academy is a co-educational day voluntary grammar school. The main school campus, based on the Cliftonville Road site, has approximately 1 400 pupils and 150 staff. The Preparatory Department and Pre-Preparatory Department campus, (the Ben Madigan campus) based at 690 Antrim Road, Belfast, has approx 175 pupils and 25 staff.

Catering Services:

The provision of catering services is required at the Cliftonville Road campus during school term time only. It is not required for the Ben Madigan campus.

Average daily numbers using the cafeteria service at the main campus range from 370 to 400, with an average daily spend of approx. 2,50 GBP per head. Catering services are required 5 days per week throughout the school year, with 1 lunch-time session currently operating for the entire school.

Catering services to be provided at Belfast Royal Academy are:

— Traditional school meal services for those pupils entitled to free school meals and to those who select a full 2 course meal;

— Cafeteria facilities providing a selection of hot and cold food and other items, including healthy choices and vegetarian dishes. The Department of Education (NI) Nutritional Standards for School Lunches must be complied with. A deli bar operates in the cafeteria area, in addition to the main counters. From November, an additional counter in a new multi-purpose area serving hot and cold snacks needs to be serviced during the lunch-time period. This area is mainly to accommodate those who take packed lunches who were previously accommodated in the Assembly Hall. The cleaning Supervisor previously supervised these pupils in the Assembly Hall;

— A break time and lunch time hot and cold snack meal (soup, sandwiches, toasties and similar provision to the main canteen, etc.) are offered in the 6th Form Centre;

— A mid-morning snack for pupils, staff and visitors;

— Where required, supply, maintain and stock vending machines — although the school reserves the right to outsource vending as a separate contract;

— Tea/coffee, scones and/or tray bakes for various meetings;

— Occasional tea/coffee and refreshments for staff/parent meetings and other meetings as required;

— Provide VIP silver service or plate service meals as required — usually once or twice per year.

Annual income from hospitality services involving catering for functions and meetings (the last 3 of the services listed above) can range from 26 000 GBP to 30 000 GBP per annum, over and above sales from the cafeteria. Requirements for hospitality services vary on an annual basis.

The form of agreement for the provision of catering services will be a Catering Agency Agreement, whereby the appointed contractor will act as agent for Belfast Royal Academy for the provision of catering services to customers of the school and as Principal for the supply to the school of all foodstuffs and other items to be used in the provision of the catering service. The school currently uses a biometric system (using fingerprint data) to register sales transactions for individual customers. The school is responsible for the maintenance and efficient operation of this system.

Cleaning Services:

The cleaning service is required both for the main school campus and for the Ben Madigan campus.

The cleaning service for both campuses will be based on a specification which outlines various cleaning duties to be carried out in the school complex on a daily, weekly, fortnightly and quarterly basis. This will include vacuuming, mopping, damp dusting, removal of stains and spillages and the emptying of bins/removal of rubbish. Cleaners are also occasionally required to remove graffiti from toilet areas, but cleaning and maintenance of playground areas is carried out by the school janitors.

The main school campus covers approximately 17 497 square metres of floor space which is spread over 13 buildings on the 1 site and the Ben Madigan campus occupies approximately 1 400 square metres of floor space for the Preparatory Department and 530 square metres for the Pre-Preparatory Department buildings.

The daily cleaning service at the main school is normally carried out between the hours of 15:00 to 18:00, 5 days per week during school term time (although some additional hours are required for the on-site supervisor on a daily basis as per the specification). Deep cleaning schedules are organised during school holiday periods.

The daily cleaning service at the Ben Madigan site is normally carried out between the hours of 16:00 to 18:30. The cleaning supervisor at Ben Madigan is required to lock up the site after completion of cleaning duties on a daily basis.

Cleaning services will not normally be required on the following days:

— New Year's Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday);

— Easter Monday and Tuesday;

— 1st Monday in May;

— 12th and 13th July;

— Last Monday in August;

— Christmas Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday);

— Boxing Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday);

— 7 other days during the Christmas period (a 2 week break is available during this period).

The cleaning service at both sites also involves the provision of cleaning consumables to the school, which are charged on the basis of actual usage, as well as the provision of a mat rental service (currently 23 mats (18 6x4 mats, 1 5x3 mat, 4 logo mats (with 2 for changing) are hired for the main school campus and 3 for the Ben Madigan campus — 1 10x3 mat and 2 logo mats, with 1 retained for changing).

In the event that the catering and or cleaning services are sub-contracted to another company, the caterer will have responsibility for cleaning of the catering areas; including daily cleaning of dining and kitchen areas; as well as annual deep cleaning of kitchen areas and equipment.

The estimated combined annual value of the cleaning contract at the main school campus and at Ben Madigan is in the range 125 000 GBP to 135 000 GBP plus VAT per annum.

School Catering and cleaning services.

Belfast Royal Academy | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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90919300, 55524000

The contract to be awarded as a result of the overall competition is for the provision of catering and cleaning services at Belfast Royal Academy for a five year period, subject to satisfactory ongoing performance and annual review. Belfast Royal Academy, at its discretion, may consider proposals which cover both the required catering and cleaning services, or proposals with one of these services provided as a main contractor and the other sub-contracted to another company. Belfast Royal Academy is a co-educational day voluntary grammar school. The main school campus, based on the Cliftonville Road site, has approximately 1 400 pupils and 150 staff. The Preparatory Department and Pre-Preparatory Department campus, (the Ben Madigan campus) based at 690 Antrim Road, Belfast, has approx 175 pupils and 25 staff. Catering services The provision of catering services is required at the Cliftonville Road campus during school term time only. It is not required for the Ben Madigan campus. Average daily numbers using the cafeteria service at the main campus range from 370 to 400, with an average daily spend of approx. GBP 2 50 per head. Catering services are required 5 days per week throughout the school year, with one lunch-time session currently operating for the entire school. Catering services to be provided at Belfast Royal Academy are: — traditional school meal services for those pupils entitled to free school meals and to those who select a full 2 course meal, — cafeteria facilities providing a selection of hot and cold food and other items, including healthy choices and vegetarian dishes. The Department of Education (NI) Nutritional Standards for School Lunches must be complied with. A deli bar operates in the cafeteria area, in addition to the main counters. From November, an additional counter in a new multi-purpose area serving hot and cold snacks needs to be serviced during the lunch-time period. This area is mainly to accommodate those who take packed lunches who were previously accommodated in the Assembly Hall. The cleaning Supervisor previously supervised these pupils in the Assembly Hall, — a break time and lunch time hot and cold snack meal (soup, sandwiches, toasties and similar provision to the main canteen etc.) are offered in the Sixth Form Centre, — a mid morning snack for pupils, staff and visitors, — where required, supply, maintain and stock vending machines – although the school reserves the right to outsource vending as a separate contract, — tea/coffee, scones and/or tray bakes for various meetings, — occasional tea/coffee and refreshments for staff/parent meetings and other meetings as required, — provide VIP silver service or plate service meals as required – usually once or twice per year. Annual income from hospitality services involving catering for functions and meetings (the last three of the services listed above) can range from GBP 26 000 to GBP 30 000 per annum, over and above sales from the cafeteria. Requirements for hospitality services vary on an annual basis. The form of agreement for the provision of catering services will be a Catering Agency Agreement, whereby the appointed contractor will act as agent for Belfast Royal Academy for the provision of catering services to customers of the school and as Principal for the supply to the school of all foodstuffs and other items to be used in the provision of the catering service. The school currently uses a biometric system (using fingerprint data) to register sales transactions for individual customers. The school is responsible for the maintenance and efficient operation of this system. Cleaning services The cleaning service is required both for the main school campus and for the Ben Madigan campus. The cleaning service for both campuses will be based on a specification which outlines various cleaning duties to be carried out in the school complex on a daily, weekly, fortnightly and quarterly basis. This will include vacuuming, mopping, damp dusting, removal of stains and spillages and the emptying of bins/removal of rubbish. Cleaners are also occasionally required to remove graffiti from toilet areas, but cleaning and maintenance of playground areas is carried out by the school janitors. The main school campus covers approximately 17 497 square metres of floor space which is spread over 13 buildings on the one site and the Ben Madigan campus occupies approximately 1 400 square metres of floor space for the Preparatory Department and 530 square metres for the Pre-Preparatory Department buildings. The daily cleaning service at the main school is normally carried out between the hours of 15:00 to 18:00 5 days per week during school term time (although some additional hours are required for the on-site supervisor on a daily basis as per the specification). Deep cleaning schedules are organised during school holiday periods. The daily cleaning service at the Ben Madigan site is normally carried out between the hours of 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The cleaning supervisor at Ben Madigan is required to lock up the site after completion of cleaning duties on a daily basis. Cleaning services will not normally be required on the following days: — New Year's Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday), — Easter Monday and Tuesday, — First Monday in May, — 12th and 13th July, — Last Monday in August, — Christmas Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday), — Boxing Day (or an alternative day if Saturday/Sunday), — 7 other days during the Christmas period (a two week break is available during this period). The cleaning service at both sites also involves the provision of cleaning consumables to the school, which are charged on the basis of actual usage, as well as the provision of a mat rental service (currently 23 mats (18 6x4 mats, 1 5x3 mat, 4 logo mats (with 2 for changing)are hired for the main school campus and 3 for the Ben Madigan campus-1 10x3 mat and 2 logo mats, with one retained for changing). In the event that the catering and or cleaning services are sub-contracted to another company, the caterer will have responsibility for cleaning of the catering areas; including daily cleaning of dining and kitchen areas; as well as annual deep cleaning of kitchen areas and equipment. The estimated combined annual value of the cleaning contract at the main school campus and at Ben Madigan is in the range GBP 125 000 to GBP 135 000 plus VAT per annum.

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment and Consumables [80633]

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
39830000, 39224300, 39525800

The Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment such as Mopping Systems, Burnishing Pads, Gloves, Cloths, Brushes, Buckets and Cleaning Trolleys to NIHSC Facilities.

Provision of High/Low Level Cleaning Service.

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published October 23, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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90910000, 90911200, 90910000, 90911200, 90910000, 90911200, 90910000, 90911200, 90910000, 90911200, 90910000, 90911200

Provision of High/Low Level Cleaning Service.

Flexible Endoscope Pre Cleaning Systems [626269]

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
cpvs
42924720, 33100000

Flexible Endoscope Pre Cleaning Systems [626269]

Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment and Consumables (80633)

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
39830000, 39224300, 39525800

The Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Equipment such as Mopping Systems, Burnishing Pads, Gloves, Cloths, Brushes, Buckets and Cleaning Trolleys to NIHSC Facilities.