Warrington Borough Council, Facilities Cleaning and Catering Services manage a number of civic, office complex, operational depot and educational buildings across the borough. All of which are regularly cleaned with the educational building also operating catering.
Warrington Borough Council (the Council) is seeking to establish a Framework for a comprehensive range of Cleaning, Janitorial and Catering Products and is inviting interest from organisations.
This Agreement is for a 36 month period, with an option to extend for a further 12 month period (total 4 year period).
Chapelford Village Primary School invites you to bid for their Building Cleaning service. See the tender pack for more details.
United Utilities are currently undertaking market research and would be interested in talking to suppliers who are able to provide Services in line with the specification outlined within section II.2.4 of this notice. We will then use this information to help determine United Utilities overall approach and any future strategy in relation to procurement of Environmental Surveys and Consultancy Services.
Any subsequent Tender will be advertised at a later date via a separate notice.
Environmental Surveys and Consultancy Services are required by United Utilities to identify habitats and species that may be impacted as a result of works carried out by the company as well as Environmental Impact and Drought Permit/ Order Assessments. The reports prepared are also necessary as information to support acquisition of environmental consents from statutory environmental consultees and planning authorities as well as being compliant with environmental legislation.
We are looking for external parties made up of experienced qualified Ecologists, Planners and Landscape Architects to provide surveys as required and subsequent reports. Ecology surveys are required to identify habitats and species over both terrestrial and aquatic systems including river, coastal and reservoirs that may be impacted as a result of works carried out by United Utilities. The reports prepared are also necessary as information to support acquisition of environmental consents from statutory environmental consultees and planning authorities, as well as being compliant with environmental legislation prior to, during construction, operating works and owning land. The second objective is to identify external parties who are able to conduct Environmental Assessments including EIA and SEA as well as Drought Permit/ Order studies in order to prevent and mitigate potential impacts and produce reports available for use in the event of a drought permit/ order application, whilst also ensuring the company's legal, regulatory and licence obligations are met without compromise.
We would like to hear from suppliers with experience of one, few or all of the fields listed, who may be able to support United Utilities and who can provide case studies or references to demonstrate their capability in these area's be it directly or through a trusted subcontractor. Please note this is not a call for competition this is pre- market engagement whereby we wish to understand what is potentially on offer before we commit to any formal procurement process.
National Framework for the supply and delivery of pollution clean up and pollution control equipment and materials. Managed inventory, planned maintenance and repair programme, reactive maintenance for peristalic pumps held by FRS and by the EA
For use by National Ops Group for free issue of equipment under FRS MoU. Also for use by internal EA teams as products are required.
Other partners include NRW, NIEA, SEPA, IoMEA, FRS & other DeFRA family members to purchase their own equipment as required.
Lot 1 will offer members the platform to purchase all office stationery, ink and toner cartridges, office refreshments, office furniture and equipment, janitorial products and any other associated items.
Lot 2 will be a managed service solution. This will offer PfH members cost reduction services which will allow accurate forecasting for the next 4 years. It will also ensure members keep tight control on costs of their office stationery and associated products.
This lot of the Framework is for the provision of Office Supplies. Items covered in the lot will include, but are not limited to:
— Paper, Envelopes and Packaging;
— Books and Note Pads;
— Toner and Cartridges;
— General Office Supplies;
— Office Furniture;
— Office Refreshments;
— Office Equipment;
— Workwear (including PPE);
— Office Cleaning Products (Janitorial).
This lot will be awarded to multiple suppliers for a term of 4 years, subject to a 6 month ‘break clause’ which may be exercised any time after the first 12 months of the Framework Agreement period.
Lot 2 of the framework will offer a managed service solution. This will include, but not be limited to:
— The supply of all office items under a managed service agreement;
— Development and management of a core list of products based on each individual members spending patterns;
— Fixed percentage saving figure applied to a bespoke core list basket with an uncapped volume of purchases.
This lot will be awarded to 1 operator (sole supply), for a term of 4 years, subject to a 6 month ‘break clause’ which may be exercised any time after the first 12 months of the Framework Agreement period.