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Construction of Waste Transfer Depot, Gossington, Stroud

Stroud District Council | Published January 4, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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45111000

Construction of new waste transfer site including the refurbishment of the existing vehicle workshop.

GB-Swindon: HIVE SIM Pod Construction

University of Bath | Published December 21, 2015  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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45210000

The University of Bath requires a contractor to undertake the Construction of SIM Pods for the HIVE Research Facility at either Wroughton near Swindon or at one of the off campus sites in Bath. For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-GB-Swindon:-HIVE-SIM-Pod-Construction/Q7AN98T79P To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/Q7AN98T79P

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2A'

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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45000000

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2A' Bristol City Council is seeking a contractor to undertake the construction of 23 council homes, comprising of a mix of houses and bungalows, associated hard and soft landscaping. All properties have been designed to Passivhaus standards, with the walls to be constructed of porotherm blocks. The buildings are to be fully completed by the main contractor to the point at which a tenant can move in, including all electrical, mechanical, drainage, landscaping and decorative works.

GB-Swindon: HIVE SIM Pod Construction

University of Bath | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
Winner
Ikon Construction Ltd
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This is an AWARD Notice for the University of Bath requirement for a contractor to undertake the Construction of SIM Pods for the HIVE Research Facility at either Wroughton near Swindon or at one of the off campus sites in Bath.

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2B'

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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45000000

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2B' Bristol City Council is seeking a contractor to undertake the construction of 3 timber framed bungalows at Chakeshill Drive, Brentry, Bristol, BS10 6PH, and timber framed flats at Peverell Drive, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7LG and Satchfield Crescent, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7BG. All properties have been designed to Passivhaus standards. The external walls are to have an external skin of brickwork, the pitched roof will be tiled and windows are timber / aluminium composite. The building is to be fully completed by the main contractor to the point at which a tenant can move in, including all electrical, mechanical, drainage, landscaping and decorative works.

Construction of New Build Council Homes - Ashcroft & West Parade

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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45000000

Construction of New Build Council Homes - Ashcroft & West Parade Bristol City Council (BCC) intends to enter into a Contract with a single Contractor for the purpose of building 3No 2 bedroom homes at Ashcroft Road, Sea Mills, Bristol, BS9 2NE and 4No 1 bedroom homes at West Parade, Sea Mills, Bristol, BS9 2JU and associated hard and soft landscaping.

Carluddon Technology Park Project, Employment Space for Advanced Manufacturing (ESAM) – Design & Construction Contract Opportunity

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published March 17, 2016
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45000000

Cornwall Council seeks to appoint a suitably accredited and demonstrably experienced Principal Contractor to undertake the complete design and construction of the ESAM development, under an NEC 3 Engineering &Construction Contract (Option A). The design works comprise completion of the architectural, civil engineering, MEP engineering, landscaping design to allow complete construction of the works. The construction works shall comprise site works including extensions to the public highway, site access roads, earthworks, enabling works, statutory services diversions and new supplies, access roads, car parks, landscaping and on and offsite drainage. The construction works shall also include the construction of a high quality two storey office/light industrial manufacturing facility. This shall comprise, foundations, building envelope, internal fittings out, mechanical and electrical services and final occupation works. Subject to ERDF Funding approval, the Carluddon Technology Park project will establish the area as one of the premier locations in the UK for ambitious, high value businesses working within the Low Carbon Environmental Good and Services Sector (LCEGS), through the delivery of circa 2,595 sqm (gross internal area) of BREEAM Excellent workspace in the Employment Space for Advanced Manufacturing (ESAM) project. ESAM will have the capacity to accommodate at least 27 high tech and medium tech businesses and support the creation of at least 66 net FTE high value jobs by 2022. It will set a benchmark for design quality and attract private sector investment in employment space to the area. The project is required to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ as a minimum and deliver cross cutting themes, these are both key requirements of the ERDF funding which is being applied for. The project will additionally be required to achieve BIM Level 2, in line with all public procurement from 2016. The ESAM project has been in development since 2011 as part of the wider Eco-Town programme of sustainable development for the St Austell and Clay Country area. Cornwall Council has progressed the project through the current EU Growth Programme (2014-2020) and has seen the project progress through the Workspace ‘Call’ process for ERDF investment to Full Application stage. It is intended the design works will commence December 2016 and the Construction works will start March 2017and be completed for occupation May 2018. The value of the works is anticipated to be within the range of £5M to £7M GBP. This project is intended to be funded via the following element of the ERDF Programme – Priority Axis 3 –Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Growth Programme Please note this procurement exercise is intended to follow the OJEU Open Procedure. Interested Organisations are invited to express initial interest by email only, to the following contact point at the Council, before the end of April 2016.

Off-Site Construction of Housing Units Soft Market Assessment

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published August 23, 2015
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This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process and is not a commitment to procure anything. Cornwall Council’s Housing Development Programme aims to deliver 500 new homes a year by 2020 to provide an affordable, secure alternative to those in the private rented sector, for those in housing need, and for those that want to stay within their local community. The Housing Development Programme will make use of land owned by the Council or other public sector partners, including regeneration and redevelopment sites. Potential locations will be agreed with local communities, councils and Cornwall Council members who will be consulted as sites come forward. The aim is to provide housing that is supported by the community and for the community. The Council has already identified two pilot sites, one in Bodmin and one in Tolvaddon, where it is proposed that between 50-100 homes will be constructed. While the Council will retain strong control over the design, construction quality and specification for the new homes, this soft market assessment will allow the Council to identify and better understand the market along with technological and innovative solutions relating to this area. In addition this will allow the Council to gauge the level of market interest and readiness to achieve the level of delivery the Council requires. Completion of the soft market testing questionnaire provided to respondents and further contractor interactions in conjunction with on-going internal analysis will play a key role in helping to help shape the Council's vision for delivering the programme and determine the option to take forward for possible future procurement. The Council would expect any option pursued to provide an effective, efficient and environmentally friendly method of delivering its objectives. The Council is interested in hearing from businesses and contractors involved in off-site construction that would be prepared to bring their operational and commercial expertise to assist Cornwall in achieving their Housing Development Programme ambitions. Interested parties should register their interest via email to the aforementioned contact officer by 17:00 hrs on Friday 4th September 2015 Questionnaires and other documents will be circulated to all respondents, on register of interest, and are to be returned via email by 12:00 GMT on 18th September 2015

Porton Down LAN Implementation Construction Consultancy

Public Health England | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline November 1, 2015
Winner
AECOM Limited
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71310000

Supervision and consultancy of voice and data cabling and passive equipment installation including building and ground work for associated cable routes.

Homeyards Botanical Gardens Construction Contractor and Ongoing Maintenance

Teignbridge District Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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45000000

Homeyards Botanical Gardens was initially created by Mr & Mrs Homeyards as a private garden in the early 1920's. The garden was designed by the famous William Sears, who was well known for his previous garden designs, and who had previously worked on a local scheme at Lindridge Gardens. Features within this historic garden include a 'mock' castle previously used as a summer house, an ornamental Italian garden and a variety of mature plants and trees. The heritage features of the site are in need of restoration to preserve it for future generations; the Authority therefore looked to secure funding to preserve this historic asset. An application was made by Teignbridge District Council Department to the Heritage Lottery Fund for £275k. This successfully gained Stage 1 Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) approval. APPLICANTS MUST EXPRESS THEIR INTEREST IN THIS PROCUREMENT VIA THE AUTHORITY'S ELECTRONIC TENDERING SYSTEM: www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk TO ACCESS THE PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCUREMENT APPLICANTS MUST REGISTER ON THE SYSTEM (IF THEY HAVE NOT DONE SO BEFORE) AND EXPRESS THEIR INTEREST SO AS TO SUBMIT A COMPLIANT BID. ONLY APPLICANTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED AN INTEREST WILL RECEIVE UPDATE NOTIFICATIONS AS TO PROGRESS OF THE PROCUREMENT, RESPONSES TO CLARIFICATION QUESTIONS AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION PERTINENT TO THIS OPPORTUNITY. Suppliers interested in this opportunity should express their interest by clicking on the 'login and register interest' button below. New users to the system must register first to obtain a user name and password before returning to this opportunity. Please refer to the suppliers guide 'Visiting Site for the First Time' by clicking the 'Help' button. Once suppliers have expressed their interest they can access the procurement documentation from 'My Opportunities' on the home page.

Maintenance and Constructional Improvements to Watercourses and Associated Structures

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 5, 2015
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45000000

Maintenance and Constructional Improvements to Watercourses and Associated Structures. Bristol City Council is looking for one experienced contractor to provide Planned Programme Maintenance and Response Maintenance services to screens, inlets, other drainage structures and watercourses (open channels). The Contract will also include construction work for improvements to drainage infrastructure

Design, construction and installation of new shop at Rievaulx Abbey

English Heritage-Retail | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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45213112

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Rievaulx Abbey between 16th May 2016 to 20th May (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site and the English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required. • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required. • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. The finishes are set out in the pricing section of this document. Sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop. • Manufacture of the counter and all units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used). The counter to include 3 tills as shown on the plan and to allow for a CCTV monitor to be integrated and recessed into the desk (supplied and installed by the main contractor). • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are width restrictions on some roads leading to the site. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as agreed, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • After 12 months identify and complete any snagging to the satisfaction of the English Heritage Contract Manager for sign off. It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

Phase 2.re-design construction works to the car parks

GREAT WESTERN HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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45000000

The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (GWH) is an out of town acute hospital on the edge of Swindon adjacent to the M4. Car parking at GWH has been problematic for a number of years and gets worse with the ever increasing demands on services. The Trust recognises that in order to alleviate the current situation the staff car park needs to be expanded to enable full staff parking.

Sandford Park - new petanque court, seating area and footpath

Cheltenham Borough Council | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
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45112000

The proposed works involve the construction of a petanque court, seating area and footpath in Sandford Park, Cheltenham. The conditions of contract will be the NEC3 ‘Engineering and Construction Short Contract’

CP1088 - 14 Ivybridge Recycling Centre Tender

Devon County Council | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
Winner
Noel Regan & Sons Ltd
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45000000

The works comprise the construction of a new junction with Ermington Road and access road which leads to a central service yard and perimeter 'drop off' route for the public. The service yard will be sunken below the level of the public area and requires the construction of approximately 250 m reinforced concrete retaining wall and 1,400 sq. m reinforced concrete service yard. The site will include approximately 3,700 sq. m highway. In addition the site requires the construction of a drainage network with separate systems for foul water, surface water and groundwater. The foul drainage requires the construction of a pumping station with rising main connection to an existing pumping station off site. The surface drainage includes the construction of swales, attenuation basins and gravity connection from the site to the River Erme. Interceptors will be required for both foul and surface drainage. A sales and welfare building will be constructed as a design and build package within the contract and will include rainwater harvesting and solar water heating. Site works also entail the construction of earthwork bunds, fencing and landscaping. The estimated cost of the works is £2.5 million

CP1088 - 14 Ivybridge Recycling Centre Tender

Devon County Council | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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The works comprise the construction of a new junction with Ermington Road and access road which leads to a central service yard and perimeter 'drop off' route for the public. The service yard will be sunken below the level of the public area and requires the construction of approximately 250 m reinforced concrete retaining wall and 1,400 sq. m reinforced concrete service yard. The site will include approximately 3,700 sq. m highway. In addition the site requires the construction of a drainage network with separate systems for foul water, surface water and groundwater. The foul drainage requires the construction of a pumping station with rising main connection to an existing pumping station off site. The surface drainage includes the construction of swales, attenuation basins and gravity connection from the site to the River Erme. Interceptors will be required for both foul and surface drainage. A sales and welfare building will be constructed as a design and build package within the contract and will include rainwater harvesting and solar water heating. Site works also entail the construction of earthwork bunds, fencing and landscaping. The estimated cost of the works is £2.5 million

Design, construction and installation of new shop at Rievaulx Abbey - AWARD

English Heritage-Retail | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
Winner
ARJ CRE8 Ltd
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45213112

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Rievaulx Abbey between 16th May 2016 to 20th May (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site and the English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required. • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required. • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. The finishes are set out in the pricing section of this document. Sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop. • Manufacture of the counter and all units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used). The counter to include 3 tills as shown on the plan and to allow for a CCTV monitor to be integrated and recessed into the desk (supplied and installed by the main contractor). • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are width restrictions on some roads leading to the site. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as agreed, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • After 12 months identify and complete any snagging to the satisfaction of the English Heritage Contract Manager for sign off. It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

Scarborough Castle design, construction and installation of a new shop - AWARD

English Heritage-Retail | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
Winner
ARJ CRE8 Ltd
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39170000

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Scarborough Castle between 23rd November – 29th November 2015. (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site, English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. A sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop • Manufacture of all counter and units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used) • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are restrictions on size of vehicles that can gain access to the site. Maximum height is 3m and width 2.8m. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as specified, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • Complete any snagging in shop to English Heritage contract managers sign off and time specified It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

Construction of a play area in the High View area of Bideford West

WESTWARD HOUSING GROUP LIMITED | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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92000000

1 Overview of the contract 1.1.1 The Employer is seeking to select, by a competitive tendering process, a single specialist to deliver a play area in the High View area of Bideford West. This will be subject to gaining planning permission. 1.1.2 The chosen contractor will be awarded a contract of 5 Months commencing December 2015. 1.1.3 Where the contract duration exceeds one year, progression from year to year will be subject to a formal annual performance and will be entirely at The Employers discretion. 1.1.4 The Service in the main will consist of: Context: Westward is working in partnership with a mixed tenure group of residents and local councillors to make significant improvements to local recreational open spaces in the Bideford West area. Following meaningful and constructive consultation with the local community, with a focus on the needs of young people, the priority has been identified as the replacement of an obsolete play area in High View.(Please see attached plans and photographs.) The aim is to create a space for local families and young people to play, relax and enjoy being outdoors. This project is being jointly organised with Bideford West Open Spaces, a formally constituted group of local people who have the full support of local councillors and police. This group will be fully involved in the tender process, including making the final selection of the contractor. The committee and Westward would like the provision of a play area with the following guidance. • A play area designed to cater for children of 3 years and over • The design and equipment would facilitate the following activities • Bouncing • Jumping • Climbing • Hopping • Skipping • Swinging • Sliding • The design would include part of the play area having ‘Play’ sand. • The design would be sympathetic to the local environment and demonstrate the use of sustainable materials, with a focus on the use of recycled materials. • The design would include suggestions for landscaping for example banking, trees and planting with a focus on easy maintenance. • The design should incorporate suggestions for seating and eating areas • The design should include general waste bins and dog faeces bins

South South West Works Framework

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published January 26, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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45233000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) wish to appoint a multi- discipline framework contract for the South South West operating area. The contract will cover the areas listed below. The HCA reserves the right to award either a single, multi-discipline contract or by discipline. The combined contract value will not exceed the maximum value of this tender as stated in the value section of this notice for and therefore may end before the envisaged contract end date. Civil Works - Road ways & Access ways, Hardstanding Areas, Over-surfacing Roads, Footpaths & Cycle-ways and Foul & Storm Drainage Parking Surfaces - Porous Block Paving Surfaces, Asphalt Parking Surface, Geocellular Stone filled Surface, Grasscrete Parking Surfac and Grass Block Surface Electrical Installations - Fire Alarms Installations, Street lights, Corridor Lights, Office Lights, HV Trench Works, LV Trench Works, Access Control Systems and Electrician Rates. Security Fencing - High Security Fencing, Low Level Fencing, Galvanized Fencing, General & Standard Gates and General & Standard Fencing. Other Works - Guttering & Interceptors, Water Connections, Portacabins, General Skills, Waste Management andHoarding & Boarding. CPV descriptions include: 45233162: Cycle path construction work 45233161: Footpath construction work 45112400: Excavating work 45310000: Electrical installation works 45311000: Electrical wiring and fitting works 45231221: Gas supply mains construction work 45000000: Construction work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45260000: Roof works and other special trade construction works 45261000: Erection and related works of roof frames and coverings 45261300: Flashing and guttering work 45100000: Site preparation work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45300000: Building installation work 45400000: Building completion work 45500000: Hire of construction and civil engineering machinery and equipment with operator 45342000: Erection of fencing Postcode area to include DT, SP, GU, PO, SO, BH, TR, PL, TQ, EX, TA, BS, BA, SN, GL, OX and RG.