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External window cleaning and gutter cleaning services.

Magna Housing Association Ltd | Published March 7, 2015
Winner
Clean Image (South West) Ltd, Cleaning Image (South West) Ltd
cpvs
90911200

1) external window cleaning to the houses, flats and communal areas to our residential properties; 2) external gutter cleaning, which will also include the fascias and soffits, to the houses, flats and communal areas to our residential properties.

Provision of Building Cleaning Services.

Dorset County Council | Published January 9, 2016
Winner
Glen Cleaning Ltd, Churchill Contract Services
cpvs
90910000

Provision of cleaning services to schools, academies, fire stations, day centres, youth centres, libraries, sports centres and other council buildings.

Provision of Building Cleaning Services.

Dorset County Council | Published July 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
90910000

Provision of cleaning services to schools, academies, fire stations, day centres, youth centres, libraries, sports centres and other council buildings.

Provision of Window Cleaning Services.

Dorset County Council | Published August 12, 2015
Winner
Clearstone Solutions Ltd
cpvs
90911300

Provision of Window Cleaning Services to a range of Council (and other public bodies) properties including schools, academies, other educational establishments, offices, libraries, day centres and youth centres in the Dorset Bournemouth and Poole areas.

Provision of Window Cleaning Services.

Dorset County Council | Published April 15, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
cpvs
90911300

Provision of Window Cleaning services to a range of council (and other public bodies) properties including schools, academies, other educational establishments, offices, libraries, day centres and youth centres in the Dorset Bournemouth and Poole areas.

Provision of Cleaning Services — Arts University Bournemouth.

Dorset County Council | Published November 6, 2015
Winner
Churchill Contract Services
cpvs
90911200

Provision of cleaning services at Arts University Bournemouth — start date 7.1.2016

Provision of Cleaning Services - Arts University Bournemouth.

Dorset County Council | Published May 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
cpvs
90911200

Provision of cleaning services at Arts University Bournemouth - start date 7.1.2016.

Cleaning services

Dorset County Council | Published September 26, 2015  -  Deadline October 11, 2015
cpvs
90910000

Cleaning services

Cleaning and Maintenance of Public Conveniences.

Dorset County Council | Published February 11, 2016
Winner
Churchill Contract Services
cpvs
90900000, 90910000, 90600000

Dorset County Council acting as agent invites tenders on behalf of Weymouth and Portland and West Dorset District Councils Partnership for the provision of cleaning and maintenance services for public conveniences. Weymouth and Portland and West Dorset District Councils Partnership is seeking to work collaboratively with suitable and competent contractors to undertake cleaning and maintenance in public conveniences. It is important that high standards are maintained in the facilities — this area attracts many tourists. The Contract will be let as 2 individual areas as follows; these consist of the approximate number of sites (see bills of quantities):

— Weymouth and Portland — 17 sites;

— West Dorset — 27 sites.

Cleaning and Maintenance of Public Conveniences.

Dorset County Council | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 13, 2015
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90900000, 90910000, 90600000

Dorset County Council acting as agent invites tenders on behalf of Weymouth and Portland and West Dorset District Councils Partnership for the provision of cleaning and maintenance services for public conveniences. Weymouth and Portland and West Dorset District Councils Partnership is seeking to work collaboratively with suitable and competent contractors to undertake cleaning and maintenance in public conveniences. It is important that high standards are maintained in the facilities — this area attracts many tourists. The Contract will be let as 2 individual areas as follows; these consist of the approximate number of sites (see bills of quantities): — Weymouth and Portland — 17 sites, — West Dorset — 27 sites.

Window-cleaning services

Dorset County Council | Published April 18, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
cpvs
90911300

Window-cleaning services

Supply and Delivery of Education, Cleaning, Janitorial and Care Supplies

Dorset County Council | Published March 26, 2016
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37000000, 33000000, 39800000, 33700000, 39220000, 39162000, 39525800

This Framework Agreement is split into the following Lots; however Dorset County Council reserves the right to award to Lot 4 only if it proves the most economically advantageous option:

Lot 1 — Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies and Equipment — This includes products such as multi-purpose, washroom and kitchen cleaners. Infection control and hand sanitisation. Mops, sponges, scourers and buckets. Laundry and dishwashing supplies. Hand towels, tissues and toilet rolls.

Lot 2 — Care products — This includes personal care supplies, such as gloves, aprons, patient wipes, incontinence products. Body washes, foams and creams;

Lot 3 — Education Supplies — This includes a vast range of products required within an educational setting, including but not exclusive to nursery and early years, subject specific equipment and supplies, exercise books, arts & crafts, educational toys and games, furniture, teaching equipment and supplies, stationery, special needs, first aid, dining and light catering equipment & utensils;

Lot 4 — One Stop Shop (Supply of all products in Lots 1, 2 and 3.

The framework will be accessible by Dorset County Council and any successor in title of the whole organisation or part.

This framework will be made available to the following councils if so required. Dorset County Council will allow access via prior agreement to this contract by other authorities in the South West region. Please see www.swcouncils.gov.uk for further information regarding those South West authorities. Access to the framework will also be granted to any maintained school or academy in the South West of England (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/open-academies-and-academy-projects-in-development).

The Resource Management and Transfer Contract.

Dorset County Council | Published January 28, 2015
cpvs
90500000

Introduction: The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) was launched in April 2011, bringing together seven Dorset councils in an equal partnership to provide waste, recycling and street cleaning services on the partners' behalf. The partner councils of the DWP are: — Christchurch Borough Council; — Dorset County Council; — East Dorset District Council; — North Dorset District Council; — Purbeck District Council; — West Dorset District Council; — Weymouth and Portland Borough Council. The DWP is not a separate legal body. It is hosted by one of its partners, Dorset County Council, which employs its staff and provides its support services. Services provided by the DWP include: — Recycling and rubbish collections; — Street and resort cleaning; — Household recycling centres; — Mini recycling centres (bring banks); — Commercial waste and recycling services; — Bulky waste collections; — Recycling and waste reduction information and advice. Supplier engagement consultation event(s): The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) wishes to consult with interested parties for the provision of the management and operation of its Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) and Transfer Stations plus a number of ancillary services throughout the County of Dorset. The current contract comes to an end in August 2016 and the Dorset Waste Partnership is interested in hearing from progressive, flexible, and ambitious resource management organisations that are capable of: a) Providing good quality and cost effective services in the background of public sector spending cuts. b) Ensuring high levels of reuse, recycling and composting are achieved across all areas of the service. c) Working in partnership with the DWP to introduce a range of policy changes which aim to provide saving contributions as part of wider organisation savings goals. d) Being adaptable to a changing resource management industry. The services required may include all or any of the following: -— Provision of the management, staffing, plant, equipment and onward transport of materials at up to 11 sites throughout the County of Dorset — 3 of the 11 HRCs are combined HRC and transfer facilities; — The provision of the management and transport of recyclables materials from up to 2 additional dedicated transfer facilities in the County of Dorset; — The provision of the marketing of some recyclable materials from the transfer facilities in the County of Dorset; — The provision of collection services for range of bring banks from various locations throughout the County of Dorset; The Council is therefore inviting interested providers to attend a Supplier Engagement Consultation meeting. Please register attendance as instructed below. Potential contract period: The likely contract period will be for a maximum of 10 years with a breakpoint at year 7, with the option to extend for up to three 1-year extensions, subject to satisfactory performance by the contractor. Indicative value range: At this stage, based on past spend and activity, the indicative 12 month spend value range is in the region of 3 900 000 GBP pa. Date and time of events: Dates: 23, 24 and 25.2.2015 at Dorset Waste Partnership Offices, Dorchester. Time: Individual Consultation Meetings to be booked. Venue for consultation event(s): Dorset Waste Partnership, Grove House, Millers Close, Dorchester, DT1 1SS. Consultation event registration: Please email Ian Manley, Contracts Team Leader, i.manley@dorsetwastepartnership.gov.uk providing details of your company, name of the persons wishing to attend and contact email address. An individual consultation meeting will then be arranged at a mutually agreeable time and date. Copy of background briefing document: A copy of the background information briefing document and associated document detailing discussion topics / questions is available to d

The Resource Management and Transfer Contract (RMTC).

Dorset County Council | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
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90500000, 90530000, 90512000, 90533000

The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) was launched in April 2011, bringing together 7 Dorset councils in an equal partnership to provide waste, recycling and street cleaning services on the partners' behalf. The partner councils of the DWP are Christchurch Borough Council, Dorset County Council, East Dorset District Council, North Dorset District Council, Purbeck District Council, West Dorset District Council, Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, The DWP is not a separate legal body. It is hosted by 1 of its partners, Dorset County Council, which employs its staff and provides its support services. Outline of services in scope the tender will focus primarily on the core services detailed below. It will however, take the opportunity to test the market for a range of optional services. Such services are likely to become more cost-effective in view of the successful contractor operating the core services across the DWP area. These services will be evaluated as part of the award process but will only be included in the final contract, if they are deemed to be of good value in comparison to current service costs. The core services budget excluding the treatment of HRC residual waste is currently 4 100 000 GBP p.a. Core Services: — Operation of DWP Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) including all associated onward haulage, — Operation of DWP Waste Transfer Stations (WTS) including all associated onward haulage, — Operation of DWP Recyclate Transfer Stations (RTS) including all associated onward haulage, — Marketing of recyclates which may include the supply and operation of MRF facilities for dry mixed recyclate, if financially beneficial to the Authority, — Treatment/disposal of HRC residual waste, — Provision of additional waste management infrastructure and works as required. Possible Additional Services — Optional services market test: — Emptying of DWP skips and bring banks, — Provision of Transport Service at DWP Crookhill Depot.
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