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Building-cleaning services

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
cpvs
90911200

Building-cleaning services

Provision of Window Cleaning Services

THE ROTHERHAM NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published May 5, 2016
Winner
Hi Spec Facilities Support Company Ltd
cpvs
90911000

Provision of Window Cleaning Services to The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust sites.

15-006 Window Cleaning.

Rotherham MBC | Published January 6, 2015
Winner
The Allbright Group
cpvs
90911000, 90911300

For the provision of a window cleaning service to a variety of Rotherham Borough Council premises situated across the entire town.

Accommodation, building and window cleaning services

Rotherham MBC | Published January 6, 2015
Winner
<CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME><ORGANISATION><OFFICIALNAME>The Allbright Group</OFFICIALNAME></ORGANISATION><ADDRESS>Unit 23 Moorside Maltings, Burton Row, West Yorkshire</ADDRESS><TOWN>Leeds</TOWN><POSTAL_CODE>LS11 5NX</POSTAL_CODE></CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME>
cpvs
90911000, 90911300

For the provision of a window cleaning service to a variety of Rotherham Borough Council premises situated across the entire town.

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Rotherham MBC | Published January 9, 2016
cpvs
90000000, 03000000, 77000000

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

15-006 Window Cleaning

Rotherham MBC | Published August 2, 2013  -  Deadline September 13, 2013
cpvs
90911000, 90911300

This framework agreement is for the provision of a Window Cleaning service to a variety of Rotherham Borough Council premises situated across the entire town.

The provision will be split into 3 lots.

Lot 1: Premise type, social services, young people centres, libraries, town centre buildings

Lot 2: Riverside House - Head Office

Lot 3: PFI Schools

 

15-093 Cleaning of Domestic Furniture & Equipment

Rotherham MBC | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
cpvs
90000000, 90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90911100, 90911200

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide services that meet RMBC’s current needs for the cleaning and preparation of Domestic Appliances and Furniture, within the Rotherham Furniture Solutions warehouse.

The anticipated spend is in the region of £16,000 per annum, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of one year, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of the Council for a further one year.

The intention is to award to a single supplier 

16-025 Void Clearance, Cleans & Security

Rotherham MBC | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
cpvs
35120000, 35121300, 45000000, 50000000, 90710000, 90900000, 90911100, 90911200

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) currently has 21000 domestic council properties. Approximately 2000 of these properties are vacated by tenants each year and any such vacated properties are termed ‘void’ and often require securing by means of metal grills or nets to windows and doors, and various clearing and cleaning services performed to their interiors and exteriors prior to them being re-let.

Such cleaning services include, for example; clearing property interiors, outhouses and garages of unwanted items such as furniture, floor coverings and white goods; chemical cleans to kitchen and bathrooms; removal of wallpaper and ceiling tiles; de-infestation works such as fleas; needle searches; clearing gardens of unwanted items; strimming and cutting gardens plus final cleans to interiors in order to leave properties in suitable condition for subsequent re-occupation.

Additionally the contractor may also be required to undertake other similar services from time to time. For example clearing and cleaning properties following evictions.

RMBC has chosen to divide the contract into four lots, two for security requirements and two for cleaning and clearances on a geographical basis as follows:

 

Lot 1 – Void Security, Rotherham North - £23,000 value per annum 

Lot 2 – Void Security, Rotherham South - £23,000 value per annum 

Lot 3 – Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham North - £90,000 value per annum 

Lot 4 – Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham South - £90,000 value per annum 

 

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of two years, with the option to extend for a further two years on a year by year basis at RMBC’s discretion.

 

16-025 Void Clearance, Cleans and Security

Rotherham MBC | Published May 27, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
cpvs
50000000, 45000000, 90900000, 35120000, 90710000, 35121300, 90911100, 90911200

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) currently has 21 000 domestic council properties. Approximately 2 000 of these properties are vacated by tenants each year and any such vacated properties are termed ‘void’ and often require securing by means of metal grills or nets to windows and doors, and various clearing and cleaning services performed to their interiors and exteriors prior to them being re-let. Such cleaning services include, for example: clearing property interiors, outhouses and garages of unwanted items such as furniture, floor coverings and white goods; chemical cleans to kitchen and bathrooms; removal of wallpaper and ceiling tiles; de-infestation works such as fleas; needle searches; clearing gardens of unwanted items; strimming and cutting gardens plus final cleans to interiors in order to leave properties in suitable condition for subsequent re-occupation. Additionally the contractor may also be required to undertake other similar services from time to time. For example clearing and cleaning properties following evictions. RMBC has chosen to divide the contract into 4 lots, 2 for security requirements and 2 for cleaning and clearances on a geographical basis as follows: Lot 1 — Void Security, Rotherham North — 23 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 2 — Void Security, Rotherham South — 23 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 3 — Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham North — 90 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 4 — Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham South — 90 000 GBP value per annum. The framework will be awarded initially for a period of 2 years, with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a year-by-year basis at RMBC's discretion.

16-025 Void Clearance, Cleans and Security

Rotherham MBC | Published May 27, 2016
cpvs
50000000, 45000000, 90900000, 35120000, 90710000, 35121300, 90911100, 90911200

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) currently has 21 000 domestic council properties. Approximately 2 000 of these properties are vacated by tenants each year and any such vacated properties are termed ‘void’ and often require securing by means of metal grills or nets to windows and doors, and various clearing and cleaning services performed to their interiors and exteriors prior to them being re-let. Such cleaning services include, for example: clearing property interiors, outhouses and garages of unwanted items such as furniture, floor coverings and white goods; chemical cleans to kitchen and bathrooms; removal of wallpaper and ceiling tiles; de-infestation works such as fleas; needle searches; clearing gardens of unwanted items; strimming and cutting gardens plus final cleans to interiors in order to leave properties in suitable condition for subsequent re-occupation. Additionally the contractor may also be required to undertake other similar services from time to time. For example clearing and cleaning properties following evictions. RMBC has chosen to divide the contract into 4 lots, 2 for security requirements and 2 for cleaning and clearances on a geographical basis as follows: Lot 1 — Void Security, Rotherham North — 23 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 2 — Void Security, Rotherham South — 23 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 3 — Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham North — 90 000 GBP value per annum; Lot 4 — Cleaning and Clearances, Rotherham South — 90 000 GBP value per annum. The framework will be awarded initially for a period of 2 years, with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a year-by-year basis at RMBC's discretion.

16-086 Void Security, Clearance and Cleans

Rotherham MBC | Published January 20, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 35120000, 45000000, 90710000, 90900000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) currently has 21 000 domestic council properties. Approximately 2 000 of these properties are vacated by tenants each year and any such vacated properties are termed ‘void’ and often require securing by means of metal grills or nets to windows and doors, and various clearing and cleaning services performed to their interiors and exteriors prior to them being re-let.

Such cleaning services include, for example; clearing property interiors, outhouses and garages of unwanted items such as furniture, floor coverings and white goods; de-infestation works such as fleas/bed bugs and vermin; needle searches; clearing gardens of unwanted items.

Additionally the contractor may also be required to undertake other similar services from time to time, for example clearing and environmental cleaning of properties following evictions.

16-086 Void Security, Clearance and Cleans

Rotherham MBC | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 35120000, 45000000, 90710000, 90900000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) currently has 21 000 domestic council properties. Approximately 2 000 of these properties are vacated by tenants each year and any such vacated properties are termed ‘void’ and often require securing by means of metal grills or nets to windows and doors, and various clearing and cleaning services performed to their interiors and exteriors prior to them being re-let.

Such cleaning services include, for example; clearing property interiors, outhouses and garages of unwanted items such as furniture, floor coverings and white goods; de-infestation works such as fleas/bed bugs and vermin; needle searches; clearing gardens of unwanted items.

Additionally the contractor may also be required to undertake other similar services from time to time, for example clearing and environmental cleaning of properties following evictions.

People Centred Low Carbon Catering Solution.

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 11, 2015
Winner
ISS Mediclean trading as ISS World
cpvs
55000000, 55520000, 55500000

Managed Service contract for catering, vending, and associated feeding, cleaning and management.

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products

Rotherham MBC | Published September 23, 2017  -  Deadline October 26, 2017
cpvs
39000000, 39143000, 39143200, 39700000

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

The opportunity is to be split into the following lots:

— Lot 1 — Lounge Furniture — estimated annual spend in the region of 136 000 GBP;

— Lot 2 — Bedroom Furniture — estimated annual spend in the region of 106 000 GBP;

— Lot 3 — Dining Room Furniture — estimated annual spend in the region of 21 000 GBP;

— Lot 4 — Beds & Mattresses — estimated annual spend in the region of 130 000 GBP;

— Lot 5 — Domestic Appliances — estimated annual spend in the region of 337 000 GBP.

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

Lot 1 is for the provision of Lounge furniture — a description of which is available at Appendix F.

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

Lot 2 is for the provision of Bedroom Furniture, as list of which is included within Appendix C.

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

A full description of the requirement is available at Appendix D on the YORtender system.

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

Please see Appendix C for product specification.

The aim of the Furniture Solutions team is to supply a range of goods to meet the individual requirements of our customers when furnishing properties under the Rotherham Furniture Homes Scheme. A ‘one-stop’ furniture and appliances provision service is required with all items ordered being delivered to Rotherham Furnished Homes on a specified delivery date. The scheme provides customers with a choice of furniture and appliance options and orders can range from 1 to 14 items.

Please see Appendix E for product specification.

Disposable Mop Heads & Associated Equipment

THE ROTHERHAM NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published June 22, 2017  -  Deadline June 1, 2017
Winner
ACE Janitorial
cpvs
55130000

Provision of Disposable Mop Heads and Associated Equipment to The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. (Direct award against the NOECPC Cleaning and Janitorial Consumables Framework).

15-002 Floating Support.

Rotherham MBC | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
cpvs
85000000

Rotherham Borough Council (Adult Care) is inviting tenders from suitably experienced organisations, for the provision of housing related floating support services. Housing related support services will identify a person's/family's needs and risks and help vulnerable people to live independently or move on to independent living, this can include people receiving support to: — set up and maintain their home; — manage safety and security of their accommodation; — maintain their health and well-being; — develop their life skills, such as cooking, cleaning and budgeting skills; — maximise income; — access other services; — get advice and advocacy in connection with housing or tenancy matters; — access education, training and/or employment. Services will also provide specialist support dependent on the nature of the service user group and will have to have knowledge and experience of the differing needs of vulnerable people who are; who are resettling after a period of living without a permanent home i.e. living in temporary accommodation, living with friends or family (Resettlement) or are at risk of losing their home and becoming homeless (Prevention). The services will be available for vulnerable people that are within the boundaries of the Borough of Rotherham only. There will the following services for tender: — Floating support for Offenders/People at Risk of Reoffending; — Floating support for Young Parents and Young Expectant Mothers; — Floating support for People with Mental Health and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorder; — Group support and floating support for People with Mental Health and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorder; — Floating support for Homelessness; — Floating Support for HIA; — Floating Support for BMER Women Domestic Abuse; — Floating Support for Domestic Abuse.

15-002 Floating Support

Rotherham MBC | Published March 10, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 85140000, 85147000, 85310000, 85323000

Rotherham Borough Council (Adult Care) is inviting tenders from suitably experienced organisations, for the provision of housing related floating support services. Housing related support services will identify a person’s/family’s needs and risks and help vulnerable people to live independently or move on to independent living, this can include people receiving support to:

  • set up and maintain their home
  • manage safety and security of their accommodation
  • maintain their health and wellbeing
  • develop their life skills, such as cooking, cleaning and budgeting skills
  • maximise income
  • access other services
  • get advice and advocacy in connection with housing or tenancy matters
  • access education, training and/or employment

Services will also provide specialist support dependent on the nature of the service user group and will have to have knowledge and experience of the differing needs of vulnerable people who are; who are resettling after a period of living without a permanent home i.e living in temporary accommodation, living with friends or family (Resettlement) or are at risk of losing their home and becoming homeless (Prevention).

The services will be available for vulnerable people that are within the boundaries of the Borough of Rotherham only. There will the following services for tender;

 

·       Floating support for Offenders/People at Risk of Reoffending – Approximate contract value per annual is £176,000

 

·       Floating support for Young Parents and Young Expectant Mothers - Approximate contract value per annual is £85,000

 

·       Floating support for People with Mental Health and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorder - Approximate contract value per annual is £210,000

 

·       Group support and floating support for People with Mental Health and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorder -  Approximate contract value per annual is £105,000

 

·       Floating support for Homelessness - Approximate contract value per annual is £220,000

 

·       Floating Support for HIA – Approximate contract value per annum is £

 

·       Floating Support for BMER Women Domestic Abuse – Approximate contract value per annum is £

 

·       Floating Support for Domestic Abuse – Approximate contract value per annum is £

 

14-021 Supply, Install and Maintainance of Traffic Signals & Associated Equipment

 | Published July 15, 2016
cpvs
34000000

Doncaster and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Councils are seeking to appoint a suitable qualified and experienced contractor for the maintenance and installation of traffic signals and associated traffic control equipment throughout the metropolitan boroughs. The metropolitan borough of Doncaster is located in the north of England in the county of South Yorkshire, it occupies approximately 570 km2. The borough is well serviced by the surrounding motorway and trunk road network including the M18 and A1(M). There are 160 permanent traffic signal installations, 6 red light enforcement cameras, 3 speed enforcement cameras, 106 vehicle actuated signs, 11 variable message signs a number of ANPR sites and 1 set of automatic hydraulic rising bollards. Rotherham is a thriving borough in South Yorkshire and home to around 258,000 residents (2011). With an area of 286.5km around 70% of which is rural it has direct access to the M1 and M18 motorway network. There are 105 permanent traffic signal installations, 8 red light camera sites, 10 speed enforcement sites, 20 vehicle actuated signs, 12 variable message signs, 33 ANPR cameras, 40 Bluetooth JTMS units and 1 one vehicle overheight detection warning system. Traffic signal installations are controlled by a variety of approved controllers and are in the main either connected to an Urban Traffic Control UTC in station or monitored remotely via PEEK or SIEMENS Remote Monitoring Equipment (RMS). The maintenance of the UTC and RMS in stations will not be included in the maintenance contract, but all street equipment associated with the UTC and RMS will. With the introduction of IP communication systems a high number of site utilise this protocol, using items such as ADSl switches, Wi Fi links and media converters etc. The authorities makes full use of the latest technology available and will continue to install new products as they become available. Both red light enforcement and speed enforcement camera installations are Home Office approved. The red light camera installations were supplied by SERCO and speed enforcement by SERCO and TRUVELO. Vehicle actuated signs are a variety of pictogram and matrix signs and are all speed actuated. The suppliers of the equipment include DAMBACH, 3M, THERMOTOR and WESTCOTECH. Variable message signs are UTMC compliant. The suppliers of the equipment include Techspan and VMSL. ANPR camera's feed directly into a PIPS JTMS system. There is a variety of single and multi-lane cameras. The supplier of the is PIPS Technology. Bluetooth units are fed into a Drakewell JTMS and the suppliers of the equipment are TDC. The automatic hydraulic rising bollard access system operates on both access card, remote control and remote dial up it was supplied by AGD. The purpose of the contract is to provide a high quality maintenance service, 365 day per year. Maintenance of equipment will include electrical testing, periodic inspections, fault rectification, equipment cleaning and all...(cont)

14-021 Supply, Install and Maintenance of Traffic Signals and Associated Equipment

Rotherham MBC | Published August 11, 2016
Winner
Motus Traffic Limited
cpvs
34996100, 34000000, 50000000, 34970000, 34990000, 50230000, 34972000, 50232000, 34992100, 50232200, 72212100, 63712700, 63712710

Doncaster and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Councils are seeking to appoint a suitable qualified and experienced contractor for the maintenance and installation of traffic signals and associated traffic control equipment throughout the metropolitan boroughs. The metropolitan borough of Doncaster is located in the north of England in the county of South Yorkshire, it occupies approximately 570 km2. The borough is well serviced by the surrounding motorway and trunk road network including the M18 and A1(M). There are 160 permanent traffic signal installations, 6 red light enforcement cameras, 3 speed enforcement cameras, 106 vehicle actuated signs, 11 variable message signs a number of ANPR sites and 1 set of automatic hydraulic rising bollards. Rotherham is a thriving borough in South Yorkshire and home to around 258 000 residents (2011). With an area of 286,5km around 70 % of which is rural it has direct access to the M1 and M18 motorway network. There are 105 permanent traffic signal installations, 8 red light camera sites, 10 speed enforcement sites, 20 vehicle actuated signs, 12 variable message signs, 33 ANPR cameras, 40 Bluetooth JTMS units and 1 (one) vehicle over-height detection warning system. Traffic signal installations are controlled by a variety of approved controllers and are in the main either connected to an Urban Traffic Control (UTC) in station or monitored remotely via Peek or Siemens Remote Monitoring Equipment (RMS). The maintenance of the UTC and RMS in stations will not be included in the maintenance contract, but all street equipment associated with the UTC and RMS will. With the introduction of IP communication systems a high number of site utilise this protocol, using items such as ADSl switches, Wi-Fi links and media converters, etc. The authorities makes full use of the latest technology available and will continue to install new products as they become available. Both red light enforcement and speed enforcement camera installations are Home Office approved. The red light camera installations were supplied by Serco and speed enforcement by Serco and Truvelo. Vehicle actuated signs are a variety of pictogram and matrix signs and are all speed actuated. The suppliers of the equipment include Dambach, 3M, Thermotor and Westcotech. Variable message signs are UTMC compliant. The suppliers of the equipment include Techspan and VMSL. ANPR camera's feed directly into a PIPS JTMS system. There is a variety of single and multi-lane cameras. The supplier of them is PIPS Technology. Bluetooth units are fed into a Drakewell JTMS and the suppliers of the equipment are TDC. The automatic hydraulic rising bollard access system operates on both access card, remote control and remote dial up it was supplied by AGD. The purpose of the contract is to provide a high quality maintenance service, 365 day per year. Maintenance of equipment will include electrical testing, periodic inspections, fault rectification, equipment cleaning and all other activities normally associated with control equipment maintenance. The successful contractor will attend emergency call outs and must be prepared to respond quickly and safely to road traffic collisions and other unforeseen events. In the pursuit of their duties the successful contractor will be expected to liaise with statutory undertakers and other outside bodies to maintain the highest levels of service. The contractor will supply and install traffic signals and associated traffic control equipment to a high quality and then maintain this equipment. The successful contractor will supply and maintain a job / fault management system capable of tracking job / fault reports, engineer's activity and attendances. It is envisaged that the job / fault management system will be a key tool in the monitoring of contractor performance, a task that will be jointly undertaken by the contractor and the authority.

14-021 Supply, Install and Maintainance of Traffic Signals & Associated Equipment

Rotherham MBC | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
cpvs
34000000, 34970000, 34972000, 34990000, 34992100, 34996100, 50000000, 50230000, 50232000, 50232200, 63712700, 63712710, 72212100

Doncaster and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Councils are seeking to appoint a suitable qualified and experienced contractor for the maintenance and installation of traffic signals and associated traffic control equipment throughout the metropolitan boroughs.

The metropolitan borough of Doncaster is located in the north of England in the county of South Yorkshire, it occupies approximately 570 km2. The borough is well serviced by the surrounding motorway and trunk road network including the M18 and A1(M).

There are 160 permanent traffic signal installations, 6 red light enforcement cameras, 3 speed enforcement cameras, 106 vehicle actuated signs, 11 variable message signs a number of  ANPR sites and 1 set of automatic hydraulic rising bollards.

Rotherham is a thriving borough in South Yorkshire and home to around 258,000 residents (2011). With an area of 286.5km around 70% of which is rural it has direct access to the M1 and M18 motorway network.

There are 105 permanent traffic signal installations, 8 red light camera sites, 10 speed enforcement sites, 20 vehicle actuated signs, 12 variable message signs, 33 ANPR cameras, 40 Bluetooth JTMS units and 1 one vehicle overheight detection warning system.

Traffic signal installations are controlled by a variety of approved controllers and are in the main either connected to an Urban Traffic Control UTC in station or monitored remotely via PEEK or SIEMENS Remote Monitoring Equipment (RMS). The maintenance of the UTC and RMS in stations will not be included in the maintenance contract, but all street equipment associated with the UTC and RMS will. With the introduction of IP communication systems a high number of site utilise this protocol, using items such as ADSl switches, Wi Fi links and media converters etc. The authorities makes full use of the latest technology available and will continue to install new products as they become available.

Both red light enforcement and speed enforcement camera installations are Home Office approved. The red light camera installations were supplied by SERCO and speed enforcement by SERCO and TRUVELO.

Vehicle actuated signs are a variety of pictogram and matrix signs and are all speed actuated. The suppliers of the equipment include DAMBACH, 3M, THERMOTOR and WESTCOTECH.

Variable message signs are UTMC compliant. The suppliers of the equipment include Techspan and VMSL.

ANPR camera’s feed directly into a PIPS JTMS system. There is a variety of single and multi-lane cameras. The supplier of the is PIPS Technology.

Bluetooth units are fed into a Drakewell JTMS and the suppliers of the equipment are TDC.

The automatic hydraulic rising bollard access system operates on both access card, remote control and remote dial up it was supplied by AGD.

The purpose of the contract is to provide a high quality maintenance service, 365 day per year. Maintenance of equipment will include electrical testing, periodic inspections, fault rectification, equipment cleaning and all other activities normally associated with control equipment maintenance. The successful contractor will attend emergency call outs and must be prepared to respond quickly and safely to road traffic collisions and other unforeseen events. In the pursuit of their duties the successful contractor will be expected to liaise with statutory undertakers and other outside bodies to maintain the highest levels of service. The contractor will supply and install traffic signals and associated traffic control equipment to a high quality and then maintain this equipment.

The successful contractor will supply and maintain a job / fault management system capable of tracking job / fault reports, engineer’s activity and attendances. It is envisaged that the job / fault management system will be a key tool in the monitoring of contractor performance, a task that will be jointly undertaken by the contractor and the authority.