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Cirrus Consortium | Published March 3, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
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Construction materials and associated items

Car park building construction work

Construction of a Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1 | Published June 9, 2016
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45213312, 45220000

Car park building construction work

New Glasshouse Construction and refurbishment of an existing glasshouse facility.

Cranfield University | Published December 4, 2015
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44211500, 71220000, 45453000, 35125100

This PIN is to give advance notice to the market of a requirement for the design, manufacture, construction, and commissioning of a glasshouse facility at Cranfield University and the refurbishment of an existing glasshouse. Also, the design, manufacture, construction and commissioning of a flexible and adjustable sensor platform complete with gantry, to support a weather sealed housing running along a ridged framework. To be housed within the new glasshouse facility. Both the proposed new glasshouse facility and the existing glasshouse are used for research into plant growth, and are subject to a series of environmental controls to maintain the integrity of the research being undertaken. Glasshouse Design and Construction (New Facility). The design will include the glasshouse, the installation of the glasshouse and associated civils, and all mechanical and electrical interfaces. The glasshouse will be constructed of a steel frame, and will incorporate within its design and construction and aluminum glazing system with upvc capping, incorporating aluminum personnel doors. The glasshouse steel frame design and construction will allow internal access to the glasshouse for fork lift vehicles and this access and ingress will be by means of a galvanized steel electrically operated roller shutter door. The glazing of the glasshouse will be by means of 4 mm toughened glass or similar. The estimated dimension of the glasshouse are 12 000 mm wide by 10 000 mm high by 20 000 mm long. Environmental Control. The glasshouse environmental controls will require the design and construction of the frame of the glasshouse to incorporate roofing ventilation, the design and construction will include aphid screening within that roofing ventilation system. The internal glasshouse environment will be controlled by an environmental computer. The computerized system will manage air exchange, heating and temperature, and thermal screening. Air exchange will be by means of fans and will deliver 40 air exchanges per hour. Heating will be by means of tubular heat emitters. The thermal screening and shading will be by means of horizontal screens. Civil and Mechanical Electrical. The associated civils works for the construction of the glasshouse will include the laying of a concrete floor, service ducting, strip foundations, drainage and irrigation, a perimeter wall, and the foundations for the framework of the sensor platform. Installation of a full electrical system. Refurbishment (Existing glasshouse). The scope of the refurbishment will include the modification of the existing electrical installation, mechanical ventilation systems, and the installation of horizontal shade screening and insect screens. Sensor Platform. The sensor platform will support a series of sensors and camera's within weather sealed housing. The platform will have a walk on gantry. The estimated weight of the housing will be 500 kg. The estimated dimensions of the sensor platform 3 000 mm wide by 1 500 mm high by 1 500 mm deep. The sensor platform will be motorized to adjust the height of the sensor housing, and move the platform along the length of the ridged framework supporting tracks. Interest in this project can be expressed by subscribing to our e-tendering system https:///www.in-tendhost.co.uk/cranfielduni/ and registering your interest against this project.

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1

Construction of a Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase | Published June 4, 2016
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45213312, 45200000, 45220000

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1

Cranfield University | Published October 5, 2016
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45220000, 45213312

The construction of a new entrance road ((approx 800m) to the centre of the University campus and associated central car park (approx 350 spaces)).

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1

Cranfield University | Published February 3, 2017
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VolkerHighways Ltd
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45220000

The construction of a new entrance road ((approx 800 m) to the centre of the University campus and associated central car park (approx 350 spaces).

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1 (MUEAV1 Link Road and AIRC Car Park)

Cranfield University | Published January 31, 2017
Winner
VolkerHighways Ltd
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45220000

The construction of a new entrance road ((approx 800 m) to the centre of the University campus and associated central car park (approx 350 spaces).

Construction of Road for Multi-User Environment for Autonomous Vehicle Innovation (MUEAVI) — Phase 1 (MUEAV1 Link Road and AIRC Car Park)

Cranfield University | Published October 5, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
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45220000, 45213312

The construction of a new entrance road ((approx 800m) to the centre of the University campus and associated central car park (approx 350 spaces)).

Transport Engineering Centre — Construction Works.

Cranfield University | Published February 21, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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45000000, 45210000, 45214000, 45214400, 45214600

Cranfield University is proposing to establish a postgraduate centre that will contribute to new transport technologies such as ‘intelligent mobility' — a Government strategy for growth and sustainability in the UK automotive sector, these automotive key skills will be developed with existing and future strategic partners in the industrial sector. Cranfield's new postgraduate programmes will integrate teaching on autonomous technologies, safety and regulation, complexity science, systems engineering, risk and policy assessment, and ergonomics. The Centre's teaching will use a novel education/training approach based on the systems integration of technologies at real-scale using ‘Education 3.0'. This pedagogy is centred on student-led development rather than ‘expert' teaching. The Centre will draw on engineering facilities and staff from across Cranfield, including the state of the art collaborative virtual working environment; recognising that we anticipate a significant number of learners will be work-based and engage through tele-presence. Our state of the art collaborative environment will allow those students attending face to face to work directly with those in virtual space. This facility will be located in Building 83 the accommodation will form part of a new extension and remodelling of some of the existing area. The external facade will replicate an earlier cladding installation (installed 2010). The University's commitment to sustainability in general and to a better performance on environmental issues is a fundamental part of our strategic vision. This applies to one of our key aims which is to reduce our carbon footprint by 50 % by 2020. This means that all major new build projects must be to the highest possible energy standards to achieve BREEAM Excellent and have a minimal carbon impact. We are looking for the latest technology and innovative solutions to minimising heat gains, lighting and natural ventilation. It is important to provide a good physical environment. The 2 Stage process: — Stage 1 PQQ (Pre-Qualification Questionnaire); — Stage 2 ITT (Invitation to Tender).

Aerospace Integration Research Centre — Construction Works.

Cranfield University | Published December 19, 2014  -  Deadline January 21, 2015
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45000000, 45210000, 45214000, 45214400, 45214600

Cranfield University invites tenders for the creation of its new Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC) facility. The building will reflect the thematic area of ‘Aerospace Research' and the cutting edge technology and research carried out within the building. The building will house a series of research groups comprising of members of the University and Strategic Partners working on a variety of different projects. It is anticipated that 100-200 people will be based in the building; with a further (60-80) requiring facilities on a visiting basis, so flexibility and the ability to reconfigure both research and office space is essential. The University's commitment to sustainability in general and to a better performance on environmental issues is a fundamental part of our strategic vision. This applies to one of our key aims which is to reduce our carbon footprint by 50 % by 2020. This means that all major new build projects must be to the highest possible energy standards to achieve BREEAM Excellent and have a minimal carbon impact. We are looking for the latest technology and innovative solutions to minimising heat gains, lighting and natural ventilation. The 2 Stage process; Stage 1 PQQ (Pre-Qualification Questionnaire); Stage 2 ITT (Invitation to Tender).
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