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Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil

Ministry of Defence, IMOC, Disposal Services Authority (DSA) | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
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90523000, 90513000, 90524000

The Disposal of Hazardous and General Waste, Clinical Waste and Batteries in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

This will include the collection and disposal of hazardous waste and some miscellaneous waste in Great Britain — examples include asbestos, barbed wire, sludge grease, hydrochloric acid, contaminated rags, solvents, and empty chemical containers. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of hazardous waste and some miscellaneous waste in Northern Ireland — examples include asbestos, barbed wire, sludge grease, hydrochloric acid, contaminated rags, solvents, and empty chemical containers. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of clinical waste in Great Britain, including amalgam waste, x-ray waste, sharps waste and dog waste. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of clinical waste, including amalgam waste, x-ray waste, sharps waste and dog waste in Northern Ireland. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection & disposal of lithium, nickel cadmium, alkaline, mercury, lead acid and zinc and zinc carbon batteries in Great Britain. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

services relating to contaminated soil

The Environment Agency | Published March 15, 2012
Winner
VHE Construction plc Phoenix House, Hawthorn Park, Coal Road LS14 1PQ Leeds UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: enquiries@vhe.co.uk Telephone: +44 1132739200 Internet address: www.vhe.co.uk
cpvs
90522000, 90522100, 90522200, 90522300

This framework is for the provision of those services, associated with the remediation of contaminated land. This work will predominantly, although not exclusively, relate to the following: — the remediation of land determined as contaminated land, or designated a special site, under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, — the remediation of land causing pollution of controlled waters under sections 161 to 161D of the Water Resources Act 1991, and — the remediation of land affected by contamination under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

Hyde Park Parade Ground Reinstatement 2014-2017

The Royal Parks | Published January 15, 2014  -  Deadline January 30, 2014
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45112720, 45112711, 45112200

Following the annual events season in Hyde Park, The Royal Parks has commenced a programme of landscape reinstatement works on the Parade Ground, (the extensive and largely flat open space on the eastern side of Hyde Park stretching down from Speakers Corner towards the Serpentine) and other affected areas from events around the park. The nature of the ground is relatively thin topsoil overlying stoney subsoil with deeper pans. The pattern has been complicated by surface and subsurface disturbances during and following World War 2. There is some residual debris and occasional obstructions within the soil layers. The area is also criss-crossed by a number of footpaths and there is an extensive underground car park in the north eastern sector of the site. The scope of this tender is predominantly concerned with, repair of topsoil and subsoil conditions and grass surfaces, together with the removal of all contaminated topsoil/subsoil. The works will require careful planning and sequencing to achieve progressive reinstatement within relatively confined areas as there are obligations to maintain public access on some footpaths as well as co-ordinating with the events programme. The works will deliver the Parade Ground to its previous condition within a strict timetable for achieving completion in spring. The reinstatement works will include the removal of any contaminated soil profiles, backfilling; pressure injection/de-compaction to restore deeper soil condition [with fissures backfilled], shallow verti-draining or scarifying, importation of specified sand; new topsoil layer for replacement soil areas; restoring levels; generally finishing in turf; areas to be top dressed and overseeded. Contractors will be expected to prove practical experience of high quality soil restoration and grass sward delivery and management in conjunction with associated de-compaction and fine grading. In particular contractors must be able to demonstrate a consistent track record in the delivery of high quality finishes in grass turfing and seeding, have managed de-compaction works, and be able to demonstrate responsive abilities in managing and delivering quality within constraints on a nationally prominent site. Tenderers will be asked to demonstrate their methodologies and field examples for delivering the works within the constraints of site conditions, site requirements and timetable.

Hyde Park Parade Ground Reinstatement 2014-2017

The Royal Parks | Published January 31, 2014  -  Deadline February 10, 2014
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45112720, 45112711, 45112200

Following the annual events season in Hyde Park, The Royal Parks has commenced a programme of landscape reinstatement works on the Parade Ground, (the extensive and largely flat open space on the eastern side of Hyde Park stretching down from Speakers Corner towards the Serpentine) and other affected areas from events around the park. The nature of the ground is relatively thin topsoil overlying stoney subsoil with deeper pans. The pattern has been complicated by surface and subsurface disturbances during and following World War 2. There is some residual debris and occasional obstructions within the soil layers. The area is also criss-crossed by a number of footpaths and there is an extensive underground car park in the north eastern sector of the site. The scope of this tender is predominantly concerned with, repair of topsoil and subsoil conditions and grass surfaces, together with the removal of all contaminated topsoil/subsoil. The works will require careful planning and sequencing to achieve progressive reinstatement within relatively confined areas as there are obligations to maintain public access on some footpaths as well as co-ordinating with the events programme. The works will deliver the Parade Ground to its previous condition within a strict timetable for achieving completion in spring. The reinstatement works will include the removal of any contaminated soil profiles, backfilling; pressure injection/de-compaction to restore deeper soil condition [with fissures backfilled], shallow verti-draining or scarifying, importation of specified sand; new topsoil layer for replacement soil areas; restoring levels; generally finishing in turf; areas to be top dressed and overseeded. Contractors will be expected to prove practical experience of high quality soil restoration and grass sward delivery and management in conjunction with associated de-compaction and fine grading. In particular contractors must be able to demonstrate a consistent track record in the delivery of high quality finishes in grass turfing and seeding, have managed de-compaction works, and be able to demonstrate responsive abilities in managing and delivering quality within constraints on a nationally prominent site. Tenderers will be asked to demonstrate their methodologies and field examples for delivering the works within the constraints of site conditions, site requirements and timetable.

Falkirk High Station Car Park, Slamannan Road

Falkirk Council | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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351000, 391200, 391210

The works covered comprise the following: 1. Site clearance including tree felling 2. Removal of Japanese Knotweed contaminated soil to licenced tip 3. Earthworks / embankment construction 4. Construction of carriageway and car park of impermeable block construction 5. Construction of footway pavement of bituminous construction 6. Construction of road drainage including SUDs attenuation tank 7. Installation of road lighting 8. Construction of gabion retaining walls 9. Landscaping and boundary fencing 10. Liaise with affected residents, local businesses, statutory bodies and other appropriate agencies.

High Pressure continuous flow extraction system

Coleg Sir Gar | Published June 20, 2014
Winner
Vessco Engineering Limited
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The requirements for this tender refer to the treatment of materials to reduce the environmental impact where such materials have to be disposed of in landfill because of the prohibitively high cost of treatment to allow re-use. These materials include contaminated soil from Brownfield sites ( also known as Previously Developed Land), industrial waste contaminated materials which require pre-treatment before disposal at landfill, the physical state of these materials can be solid, liquid, solution or sludge. Therefore the requirements of the system are; The competent design of the system following all appropriate technical and safety requirements. The construction of the system from 15 metres of 6 inch I.D. , or closest available, steel tubing specified to withstand a maximum internal pressure of 3000 psi. The pipework will require the addition of 1 inch diameter tubes, 15 in total, which will be approximately 6 inches in length secured to the pipework and allowing the inputting or outputting of gases and liquids etc, to be achieved, and capable of performing at the maximum specified pressure of 3000 psi. The system will consist of a maximum of 4 times 180o bends, and 2 times 90o bends fitted with flanges, to allow the pipework to be connected and returned on itself to minimise the system length, and also allow internal inspection and cleaning to be achieved, and able to operate up to the specified pressure requirements. The system will be fitted with inlet and outlet feed system consisting of 2 each ( 4 in total) 6 inch ball valves to match with steel tubing in first part, and separated by a 1 metre length of the specified tubing. Electromechanical control units to be fitted to all 4 ball valves to allow sequence control. Internal Archimedean screw drives to enable internal transport through the tubing, driven via rotating joints, connected to the outside of the tubing and in communication with the screw drives, specified to work to a maximum pressure of 3000 psi. External heating jackets and insulation, to be fitted to the pipework length and incorporate temperature control of up to 40 oC. Incorporation of a control system for the control of valve sequencing and temperature control. The system to be fitted onto a transportable wheeled base of approximately 3 metres in length by 2 metres in width. The frame must also allow for the pipework to be oriented between vertical to horizontal. Pressure testing, and appropriate safety certification to be gained.

Ground condition survey at Mile Cross Norwich

Procurement Team | Published July 18, 2017  -  Deadline August 3, 2017
cpvs
71600000

Mile Cross Business Centre is located on Mile Cross Road, Norwich, NR3 2DY and is an asset of Norwich City Council’s which up until very recently was used for a variety of different commercial purposes. This included but was not limited to City Works Depot, Copper recycling and wire stripping plant, vehicle repair, maintenance and servicing garage, canteen, radiator servicing, public gym and storage area for various other companies.
It was also the location of the Norwich City Councils Property Services Office before being demolished in 2015. Previous commercial uses also include - A sawmill, blacksmiths and paint spraying company.
Norwich City Council has started to look into the potential disposal or regeneration of the site, however, due to the continued change in its use over the years Norwich City Council needs absolute confirmation and guarantee that the site is “safe” for regeneration as detailed in Appendix L if either option is taken. Within the last 12 months, Norwich City Council commissioned a geotechnical site investigation / feasibility investigations into the potential disposal of or regeneration of the site. Please see Appendix L for details of the investigation, its findings and recommendations.
An intrusive investigation report was commissioned with Harrisons Geotechnical Engineering Ltd. The report highlighted a number of hazardous vapours, contaminated soil, including asbestos from its previous and current uses. It is considered necessary to provide a more detailed investigation.
Asbestos containing material throughout the site will need to be identified and clearly itemised by a suitably qualified individual before any potential commercial or residential development can be considered.
The full specification is detailed on Appendix J contained in this advertisement.

Ground slab Demolition Former Took’s Bakery site in Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 6LE

 | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline May 9, 2016
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45111000

Description The works shall include the demolition of the former Tooks bakery site concrete oversite tarmac, surface areas and adjacent fuel tank and interceptor structures. ii. The Contractor shall note that the works shall include an element of Contractor's Design in relation to the following a. Proposed methodology for the demolition works b. Design of all temporary works required to complete the works Refer to Demolition Strategy document as part of this specification. c. Work items included within this demolition works package iii. Arranging and providing for builders temporary mains water and mains electricity supply. iv. Provision of all site accommodation. v. Removal from site of all rubbish and similar materials Tyres and plastic especially . vi. Removal of all tarmac surfacing arising from site. vii. Provide all access and builders attendance on Asbestos Surveyor for re-inspection of previously inaccessible locations and allow for all associated costs within this tender. See separate Asbestos Survey Report. viii. Provide as necessary, any specialist electrical etc. attendance to assist Asbestos Surveyor for re inspection of any electrical or similar equipment discovered following opening-up all costs associated with this are to be allowed for within this tender. ix. Full asbestos environmental removal clean to all site areas. x. Removal of asbestos materials discovered during the site demolition works, including cleaning of the contaminated soils to domestic usable standards. xi. Demolition of main former tooks site concrete slabs, comprising ground bearing and potentially suspended slab structurers and fuel tank sub-structure. Demolition shall include the building sub-structure completely, including removal of all building services assumed to have previously been isolated and disconnected, but need to be checked and associated hard-core installations xii. Separation of any joint services with adjoining properties. xiii. Contractor to note that located against the north boundary, a single storey enclosure containing electrical meter equipment is to be retained see item below. xiv. Contractor to note that unobstructed access shall be required to residential properties located to the North and East boundaries of the site. xv. Demolition of underground former Fuel Store tanks located near North boundary area including: xvi. Safely drain down existing fuel tank residual fluids and disposal with waste site certifications. xvii. Disconnection and removal of entire fuel tank and Removal of all contaminated soil. xviii. Removal of all building services items associated with all previously removed buildings and the site. xix. Removing internal walls foundations to all sub-structures, providing temporary support as required and infilling all removed sub structures voids with compacted layers of suitable non-contaminated soil materials. xx. Breaking out any steps, ramps, raised planters and similar structures relating to the original site building

Award of Soil Remediation and Associated Environmental Improvements at St.Johnstouns Buildings an...

Perth & Kinross Council | Published March 8, 2017
Winner
VHE Construction plc
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The works will involve the excavation and removal of contaminated soil and associated remediation / environmental improvement / reinstatements.

East Calder Partnership Centre

Hadden Construction Limited | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 23, 2016
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101400, 101600, 101900, 102100, 102200, 102500, 181400, 181800, 182213, 231000, 231200, 231500, 231700, 391000, 391010

The works comprise the construction of a new build steel framed two storey community facility together with associated services,external works, drainage, etc. all as indicated on the tender drawings.
Packages available to be requested by email dcraig@hadden.co.uk are as follows.
Aluminium Hybrid Windows
Aluminium Doors
Attenuation System
Benches
Blinds
Ceiling and Partitions
Ceramic Tiling
Core cutting
Cubicles
Electrical
Fencing
Flooring
Folding Partitions
Glazing
Greenroofs
Groundworks
Hardwood Flooring
Roller Shutters
Internal Doors and Ironmongery
Manufactured Joinery
Kitchens
Contaminated Soil Disposal
Landscaping
Lifts
Mechanical
Metal Decking
Metalwork
Painter
Piling
Plaster
Precast Cladding Floors and Stairs
Raised Access Flooring
Resin Bound Surfacing
Roof Cladding
Roof Lights
Screeding
SFS
Steelwork
Surfacing
Street Furniture

Removal of contaminated soil

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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90522100, 90650000, 45262660

Removal of contaminated soil

Gas Chromatography/ Mass spectrometry (GC/MS) and High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Ana

Coleg Sir Gar | Published August 4, 2014  -  Deadline August 13, 2014
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31000000, 42000000, 73000000

The requirements for this tender refer to the treatment of materials to reduce the environmental impact where such materials have to be disposed of in landfill because of the prohibitively high cost of treatment to allow re-use. These materials include • contaminated soil from Brownfield sites ( also known as Previously Developed Land), • industrial waste • contaminated materials which require pre-treatment before disposal at landfill, the physical state of these materials can be solid, liquid, solution or sludge. This bid includes both a • GC/MS system and • HPLC system The competent design of the systems following all appropriate technical and safety requirements 2.1 The GC/MS system Specification Overview The following are specifications where a compatible gas chromatograph, data system and an optional autosampler, are to be built around an Agilent 5973 Inert Mass Selective Detector (MSD). The system should, in the first instance, be constructed, including a suitable column, to allow the analysis, both qualitatively and quantitatively, of hydrocarbons, including poly aromatic hydrocarbons, and pesticides, and allow comparison with libraries, both commercial and user constructed. 1. The system must have ambient temperature and pressure compensation to ensure reproducibility regardless of changing ambient conditions and allows absolute calibration to NIST standards. 2. The Gas Chromatograph should have available the capability to provide automated effluent splitting between the mass spectrometer and another detector, and the ability to change the column without venting the mass spectrometer. 3. The Gas Chromatograph must have a hydrogen safety shutdown system that monitors the hydrogen flow and shuts down the gas flows and heaters if a leak is detected, and should have explosion protection built into the oven. 4. The instrument must have a mass range of 2 to >1000 u. 5. The Mass Spectrometer shall have an electronic scan rate of 20,000 u/sec 6. Have an inert ion source, not stainless steel. 7. The mass spectrometer must support synchronous SIM/Scan, and must have an automated SIM setup that can convert a full scan method to a SIM or SIM/Scan method. 2.2 HPLC system Specification Overview The HPLC system should be an entry level system, fitted with a column capable of qualitative and quantitative analysis of the same compounds mentioned for the GC/MS system above, with the following requirements. 1. Be able to handle 3 and 4.6 mm inner diameter columns, at pressures up to 600 Bar and flow rates up to 5 ml min-1 2. Be able to work in isocratic and gradient solvent delivery modes. 3. Be able to add a column oven. 4. Have a DAD detector as standard, and have the option of adding further detectors such as light scattering, fluorescence, refractive index, and a further option of a single quad mass spec. 5. Have the option of an autosampler. 6. Have the ability to allow sample comparison with commercial or user prepared libraries. Both systems should be PC controlled.

High Pressure continuous flow extraction system

Coleg Sir Gar | Published April 29, 2014  -  Deadline May 8, 2014
cpvs
31000000, 42000000, 73000000

The requirements for this tender refer to the treatment of materials to reduce the environmental impact where such materials have to be disposed of in landfill because of the prohibitively high cost of treatment to allow re-use. These materials include contaminated soil from Brownfield sites ( also known as Previously Developed Land), industrial waste contaminated materials which require pre-treatment before disposal at landfill, the physical state of these materials can be solid, liquid, solution or sludge. Therefore the requirements of the system are; The competent design of the system following all appropriate technical and safety requirements. The construction of the system from 15 metres of 6 inch I.D. , or closest available, steel tubing specified to withstand a maximum internal pressure of 3000 psi. The pipework will require the addition of 1 inch diameter tubes, 15 in total, which will be approximately 6 inches in length secured to the pipework and allowing the inputting or outputting of gases and liquids etc, to be achieved, and capable of performing at the maximum specified pressure of 3000 psi. The system will consist of a maximum of 4 times 180o bends, and 2 times 90o bends fitted with flanges, to allow the pipework to be connected and returned on itself to minimise the system length, and also allow internal inspection and cleaning to be achieved, and able to operate up to the specified pressure requirements. The system will be fitted with inlet and outlet feed system consisting of 2 each ( 4 in total) 6 inch ball valves to match with steel tubing in first part, and separated by a 1 metre length of the specified tubing. Electromechanical control units to be fitted to all 4 ball valves to allow sequence control. Internal Archimedean screw drives to enable internal transport through the tubing, driven via rotating joints, connected to the outside of the tubing and in communication with the screw drives, specified to work to a maximum pressure of 3000 psi. External heating jackets and insulation, to be fitted to the pipework length and incorporate temperature control of up to 40 oC. Incorporation of a control system for the control of valve sequencing and temperature control. The system to be fitted onto a transportable wheeled base of approximately 3 metres in length by 2 metres in width. The frame must also allow for the pipework to be oriented between vertical to horizontal. Pressure testing, and appropriate safety certification to be gained.

Construction of new build social housing comprising residential dwellings and all associated and ancillary engineering services, site infrastructure and landscaping works, in two Lots comprising: Lot 1, 35 (thirty five) new residential dwellings at Lakeside Close, Ash Vale and 3 (three) residential dwellings at Wyke Avenue, Normandy. Lot 2, 27 (twenty seven) new residential dwellings at New Road and Gravel Pits Lane, Gomshall, all in the Borough of Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom.

Guildford Borough Council | Published March 5, 2014
Winner
Buxton Building Contractors LimitedCedar House, 91 High Street, SurreyCaterham CR3 5UH bbc@thebuxtongroup.co.uk +44 1883348921 www.buxtonbuilding.co.uk
cpvs
45000000

Construction of new build social housing for rent consisting of residential dwellings, comprising houses, flats and bungalows and all associated and ancillary mechanical and electrical and other site engineering and services infrastructure, such as drainage and utilities work and pedestrian and vehicular access works and including hard and soft landscaping works and external works associated with residential development together with removal of contaminated soil, in two Lots comprising: Lot 1, 35 (thirty five) new residential dwellings at Lakeside Close, Ash Vale and 3 (three) residential dwellings at Wyke Avenue, Normandy. Lot 2, 27 (twenty seven) new residential dwellings at New Road and Gravel Pits Lane, Gomshall, all in the Borough of Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom. The contractors appointed to carry out the works comprised in Lots 1 and 2 may be required to deliver additional miscellaneous works and services that are incidental to the above requirement.

Waste Management Services.

Telford & Wrekin Council | Published March 22, 2014
Winner
Veolia ES Telford and Wrekin Limited (Company Number 8833415)
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90500000, 90520000, 90523000, 77120000, 90000000, 90510000, 90511000, 90511100, 90511200, 90512000, 90513100, 90513200, 90513300, 90514000, 45000000, 45210000, 45213251, 45213300, 45200000, 45213310, 45232470

Refuse and waste related services. Radioactive-, toxic-, medical- and hazardous waste services. Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil. Composting services. Sewage-, refuse-, cleaning-, and environmental services. Refuse disposal and treatment. Refuse collection services. Urban solid-refuse collection services. Household-refuse collection services. Refuse transport services. Household-refuse disposal services. Urban solid-refuse disposal services. Refuse incineration services. Refuse recycling services. Construction work. Building construction work. Industrial units construction work. Buildings associated with transport. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Construction work for buildings relating to road transport. Waste transfer station. Refuse and waste related services. Non-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services. Radioactive, toxic, medical and hazardous waste services. Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil. Composting services. Sewage, refuse, cleaning, and environmental services. Refuse disposal and treatment. Refuse collection services. Urban solid-refuse collection services. Household-refuse collection services. Refuse transport services. Household-refuse disposal services. Urban solid-refuse disposal services. Refuse incineration services. Refuse recycling services. Construction work. Building construction work. Industrial units construction work. Buildings associated with transport. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Construction work for buildings relating to road transport. Waste transfer station. Telford and Wrekin Council (‘the Council’), a Waste Collection and Disposal Authority for the purpose of the UK Environmental Protection Act 1990, has entered into a long term contract for the collection, transport, handling, recycling, composting, treatment and disposal (including disposal (by whatever means) of all off-take products and treatment residues) of its municipal waste and the management of its Community Recycling Centres (CRC). The successful contractor is responsible for marketing and selling any products (e.g. recyclable materials, compost and treatment residues) and for securing and managing any residual landfill capacity that may be required. The services will be provided in respect of waste arising from households, including bulky items, street cleaning waste, gully emptying waste, waste from litter collections, and waste from fly tip clearance and may include wastes from Council buildings, schools and businesses. The services will include relevant associated services such as the provision and distribution of containers and dealing with ‘ad hoc’ waste items which may require special treatment. The services include the design, build, finance and operation of a waste transfer station to accept the Council's waste. Certain elements of the services will commence on 1.4.2014 with the remainder to be phased in in accordance with the expiry of the Council's existing waste management contracts, although some of the phased in services may commence early. The contract deals with approximately 89 000 tonnes of waste per annum.

Waste management.

Wakefield and District Housing | Published April 4, 2014
Winner
Biffa Waste Services LimitedCoronation Road, CressexHigh Wycombe HP12 3TZ leigh.greaterox@biffa.co.uk +44 1494521221 www.biffa.co.uk
cpvs
90500000, 90511000, 90512000, 90513000, 90514000, 03416000, 03417000, 77120000, 14630000, 90523000, 44613700

Refuse and waste related services. Refuse collection services. Refuse transport services. Non-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services. Refuse recycling services. Wood waste. Scrap wood. Composting services. Slag, dross, ferrous waste and scrap. Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil. Refuse skips. Provision of containers and skips plus the collection, disposal and recycling of trade waste including general, inert, timber, green, plasterboard, ferrous scrap, non-ferrous scrap, cardboard, WEEE items (TV's and Refrigerators), fluorescent tubes plus empty aerosol cans, paint tins and silicone sealant tubes. Additionally the provision of ad-hoc skips on a reactive basis.

Waste management.

Wakefield and District Housing | Published August 7, 2013  -  Deadline September 11, 2013
cpvs
44613700, 90500000

Refuse and waste related services. Refuse collection services. Refuse transport services. Non-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services. Refuse recycling services. Wood waste. Scrap wood. Composting services. Slag, dross, ferrous waste and scrap. Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil. Refuse skips. Provision of containers and skips plus the collection, disposal and recycling of trade waste including general, inert, timber, green, plasterboard, ferrous scrap, non-ferrous scrap, cardboard, WEEE items (TV's and Refrigerators), fluorescent tubes plus empty aerosol cans, paint tins and silicone sealant tubes. Additionally the provision of ad-hoc skips on a reactive basis.

Land to the rear of Station Terrace, Allerton Bywater

Homes and Communities Agency | Published November 22, 2013  -  Deadline December 6, 2013
cpvs
45112000

The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to carry out land remediation and landscaping works to land adjacent to Station Terrace, Allerton Bywater, Castleford, West Yorkshire. The works are broadly outlined as follows: a) Site clearance including removal of fences, trees, shrubs and other vegetation. b) Cut and fill to form new levels including ground stabilisation works and drainage. c) Encapsulation of contaminated soil. d) Importation of subsoil and topsoil. e) Construction of new paths, kerbs, fencing and gates. f) Seeding and maintenance of new grassed areas. g) Planting new trees and shrubs.

Construction work

Guildford Borough Council | Published July 5, 2013  -  Deadline August 1, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45211100, 45211300, 45111291, 45111200

Construction of new build social housing for rent consisting of residential dwellings, comprising houses, flats and bungalows and all associated and ancillary mechanical and electrical and other site engineering and services infrastructure, such as drainage and utilities work and pedestrian and vehicular access works and including hard and soft landscaping works and external works associated with residential development together with removal of contaminated soil, in two Lots comprising: Lot 1, 35 (thirty five) new residential dwellings at Lakeside Close, Ash Vale and 3 (three) residential dwellings at Wyke Avenue, Normandy, (but please see additional information at VI.3). Lot 2, 27 (twenty seven) new residential dwellings at New Road and Gravel Pits Lane, Gomshall, all in the Borough of Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom. The contractors appointed to carry out the works comprised in Lots 1 and 2 may be required to deliver additional miscellaneous works and services that are incidental to the above requirement.

Installation work of refrigeration equipment

Commands & Centre, C&C | Published June 25, 2013
Winner
Johnson Controls LtdUnit 1 Kestrel Road, Off Guiness Road, Trafford ParkManchester M17 1SF jeremy.champion@jci.com +44 1618486659
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45331231

Installation work of refrigeration equipment. Installation work of refrigeration equipment. Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil. Removal, Build, and Installation work of refridgeration equipment, within the SSPAR (Solid State Phased Radar) Facility at RAF Fylingdales, which must be completed before end of March 2014. - Working to an infrastructure design and chiller outline specification provided by the authority, the bidder will be required to conduct: detailed design, manufacture, installation, testing and commissioning of liquid cooled chiller units capable of generating 6MW chilling capacity to replace the existing capacity currently provided by 3 x 2MW units. The configuration of the chillers should be such that they provide maximum resilience and flexibility. The project will include associated pipework, switchgear, controls and indicators. - The existing plinths are to be used where possible. - The entry and exit routes for the plant are exceptionally challenging requiring the new plant to be compact (detail to be provided as part of tender pack). The existing plant may need to be disassembled to allow recovery and disposal. - Additional plant required as a consequence of the chiller plant selected, such as pumps or filters shall form part of the bid. - The bidder will be responsible for the removal from site and disposal of all plant replaced, including refrigerant storage and replenishment facilities, and the R123 refrigerant used and stored on site. - The bidder must maintain a minimum of 3MW of chiller capacity throughout the build. - The current liquid cooled chiller units that are in use within the main radar building currently use HCFC-R123, contrary to the Montreal Protocol, which limits use of these HCFCs after Dec 2014. Any replacement units must meet with the latest EU legislation with regard to the use of ozone depleting and global warming substances. . In addition as part of this project there will be input/output points that are required for integration into the existing Building Management System. - All equipment supplied and installed must be capable of operating from a 416V, 60Hz, 3 phase electrical supply. - During the system installation the building will remain occupied on a 24/7 basis and must be fully operational with sufficient redundancy and cooling capacity to sustain the mission at all times. - There are overriding space limitations to and within the existing plant room, furthermore there must be no breach to external walls. It is anticipated that the maximum plant size length for access should not exceed 5 metres and pass through a 1.7m wide x 2.0m wide double door opening. - The completed system is to have a planned life of a minimum of 20 years therefore all system components are to have a low risk of obsolescence and must conform to an open standards format. All work must have risk assessments, method statements and must conform to the mandatory operational restraints. - Additionally the chiller plant component design is expected to give efficiency returns on the existing units and guaranteed compliance of any ozone depleting or global warming substances used for at least 20 years. Disposal of existing materials and substances must be certified in accordance with current legislation for disposal of any hazardous or banned substances. - Potential Bidders with experience of replacing and installing the aforementioned requirement should submit an expression of interest in writing, including evidence of relevant experience by 29 Nov 2012. The Authority is unable to consider late or incomplete expressions of interest. - Local planning, support and project management will be provided on site to liaise between contractors and site operational staff to procedurally ensure the smooth and seemless integration of the project whilst thus ensuring the availability of the capability at all times. RAF Fylingdales is a site which is subject to legislation contained in the Official Secrets Act. Therefore all Bidders will have to demonstrate that they can obtain NATO Secret Clearance.