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West Berkshire District Council | Published June 30, 2015
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45210000, 45211000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211350, 45215210, 45215220, 45000000, 45211341, 45211340, 70333000, 71240000, 75123000

Building construction work

Superfast Berkshire — Phase 2.

West Berkshire District Council | Published November 11, 2015
Winner
Gigaclear Plc
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32412100, 32412000, 32412110, 32413000, 32424000, 32430000, 32428000, 32500000, 32510000, 32523000, 32524000, 32570000, 32571000, 64200000, 32420000, 32521000, 32522000, 64227000, 45314300, 32531000, 45232300, 32425000, 32562200, 45232332, 50330000, 50332000, 45231600, 50334400, 51300000, 64210000, 72315000, 72400000

This is a Contract Award Notice only. Telecommunications services. Data network management and support services. Communications system maintenance services. Maintenance services of telecommunications equipment. Construction and ancillary works for telephone and communication lines. Communications infrastructure. Optical telecommunication cables. Wireless telecommunications system. Telecommunications network. Network operating system. Network equipment. Network infrastructure. Communications network. Internet network. Telecommunications equipment and supplies. Communications equipment. Construction work. Construction work for communication lines. Ancillary works for telecommunications. Telecommunications-infrastructure maintenance services. Installation services of communications equipment. Integrated telecommunications services. Internet services. Satellite-related communications equipment. Mobile-telephone base-stations construction work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Telephone and data transmission services. Installation services (except software). Telecommunication consultancy services. Information systems or technology strategic review and planning services. Advertising and marketing services. Marketing services. Superfast Berkshire's broadband programme (led by West Berkshire District Council) is working to extend coverage of superfast broadband (greater than 24 Mbs) across Berkshire, in areas beyond the reach of commercially-funded deployments which are unlikely to be covered without public intervention. This procurement requires a wholesale broadband network solution providing wholesale broadband services that retail service providers can use to provide business consumers, residential consumers, and public sector organisations with a range of broadband services for the term. The proposed solution must comply with the BDUK Technology Guidance and must deliver the following: — a wholesale broadband service that will be open to all service and communications providers on a non-discriminatory basis for at least 7 years from last installation or 31.12.2024 whichever is the latest; — a wholesale broadband service which makes available the greatest download and upload access speeds (data throughput) to greater than 95 % of West Berkshire, Reading, Royal Borough Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham, Bracknell and Slough premises with reference to the Berkshire's State Aid Intervention area map, (equating to up to approximately 31 000 additional premises within a defined intervention area) by the end of 2024. These areas have been identified by the most recent Open Market Review (OMR) issued in July 2014 and State Aid Public Consultation process issued in September 2014 by Superfast Berkshire and will be approved by BDUK's completed by National Competency Centre. Indicative subsidy funding by the Council and BDUK of up to 4 150 000 GBP is to be used as gap funding, as necessary to maximise coverage. The Contractors will be expected to provide substantial investment in the network, and to own and manage the risks associated with developing and operating a wholesale broadband network, including but not limited to take-up risk. Where appropriate solutions can be found, the project intends to offer contracts to provide superfast broadband services that are Next Generation Access (NGA) compliant to those premises within the areas classified as white or ‘conditional’ white in Berkshire's State Aid Intervention area. Further guidance on the characteristics for qualifying NGA technologies is available from the BDUK National Competency Centre.

Superfast Berkshire — Phase 2.

West Berkshire District Council | Published December 20, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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32412100, 32412000, 32412110, 32413000, 32424000, 32430000, 32428000, 32500000, 32510000, 32523000, 32524000, 32570000, 32571000, 64200000, 32420000, 32521000, 32522000, 64227000, 45314300, 32531000, 45232300, 32425000, 32562200, 45232332, 50330000, 50332000, 45231600, 50334400, 51300000, 64210000, 72315000, 72400000, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100, 32412100

Telecommunications services. Data network management and support services. Communications system maintenance services. Maintenance services of telecommunications equipment. Construction and ancillary works for telephone and communication lines. Communications infrastructure. Optical telecommunication cables. Wireless telecommunications system. Telecommunications network. Network operating system. Network equipment. Network infrastructure. Communications network. Internet network. Telecommunications equipment and supplies. Communications equipment. Construction work. Construction work for communication lines. Ancillary works for telecommunications. Telecommunications-infrastructure maintenance services. Installation services of communications equipment. Integrated telecommunications services. Internet services. Satellite-related communications equipment. Mobile-telephone base-stations construction work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Telephone and data transmission services. Installation services (except software). Telecommunication consultancy services. Information systems or technology strategic review and planning services. Advertising and marketing services. Marketing services. Superfast Berkshire's broadband programme (led by West Berkshire District Council) is working to extend coverage of super-fast broadband (greater than 24 Mbs) across Berkshire, in areas beyond the reach of commercially-funded deployments which are unlikely to be covered without public intervention. This procurement requires a wholesale broadband network solution providing wholesale broadband services that retail service providers can use to provide business consumers, residential consumers, and public sector organisations with a range of broadband services for the term. The proposed solution must comply with the BDUK Technology Guidance and must deliver the following: a wholesale broadband service that will be open to all service and communications providers on a non-discriminatory basis for at least 7 years from last installation or 31.12.2024 whichever is the latest; a wholesale broadband service which makes available the greatest download and upload access speeds (data throughput) to greater than 95 % of West Berkshire, Reading, Royal Borough Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham, Bracknell and Slough premises with reference to the Berkshire's State Aid Intervention area map, (equating to up to approximately 31,000 additional premises within a defined intervention area) by the end of 2024. These areas have been identified by the most recent Open Market Review (OMR) issued in July 2014 and State Aid Public Consultation process issued in September 2014 by Superfast Berkshire and will be approved by BDUK's completed by National Competency Centre. Indicative subsidy funding by the Council and BDUK of up to 4 150 000 GBP is to be used as gap funding, as necessary to maximise coverage. The Contractors will be expected to provide substantial investment in the network, and to own and manage the risks associated with developing and operating a wholesale broadband network, including but not limited to take-up risk. Where appropriate solutions can be found, the project intends to offer contracts to provide super-fast broadband services that are Next Generation Access (NGA) compliant to those premises within the areas classified as white or ‘conditional' white in Berkshire's State Aid Intervention area. Further guidance on the characteristics for qualifying NGA technologies is available from the BDUK National Competency Centre. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=145472 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Winterbourne Flood Alleviation Scheme

 | Published September 4, 2015  -  Deadline October 5, 2015
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The realignment of the Winterbourne Stream and the construction of a flood retention bund and control structures in agricultural land to the north of Winterbourne, Berkshire.

Auditing of Servicing, Repairs and Works (Heating Installations) 2013.

Sovereign Housing Association Limited | Published May 23, 2015
Winner
Morgan Lambert Ltd
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71315210, 71314310, 71321000, 71321200, 71330000, 71333000, 71310000

Sovereign's aim has been to establish a defined Service Level Agreement with a single preferred supplier for the auditing of servicing, repairs and works to domestic and commercial heating installations. The scope included the need to audit new build / development schemes at both design and construction milestones, as well as the provision of an independent incident investigation service. To ensure that Sovereign remains a responsible and regulatory compliant landlord, has been essential to engage with a supplier who has demonstrated their ability and capability of delivering a high quality, consistent service focused on risk mitigation, statutory compliance, improving efficiencies, reducing costs and ensuring resident satisfaction. This procurement activity aims to promote Sovereign's desire to be a landlord of choice for its residents and to progress long term innovation, the development of new solutions to improve performance standards and the support of best practice / value for money tendering opportunities.

Tull Way Flood Alleviation Scheme

 | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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The works comprise the forming of a composite clay/earth bund using stockpiled material already present on site; the installation of drainage control structures; excavation of a flood attenuation basin; construction of onsite access routes and tie-in to existing highway; and the landscaping of the finished site.

Sovereign Development Consortium Main Contractor Framework 2015.

Sovereign Housing Association Ltd on Behalf of the Sovereign Development Consortium | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
EG Carter & Co Ltd
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45211000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211341, 45211340

Work under this framework arrangement will be undertaken on both ‘greenfield' and ‘brownfield' sites. Some projects will involve regeneration, and some could potentially include the development of related community and commercial facilities. On occasions, works may also involving refurbishment or conversion. It is also anticipated that some packages in the future may incorporate some units for open market sale. Projects shall be awarded through mini tenders or called off in full accordance with the procedure detailed in Appendix B of the PQQ. The key success factors are deemed to be:- — that the contractor framework supports the SDC's development construction target by delivering the maximum number of high quality new homes at an affordable cost; — that new homes are delivered at the lowest reasonable all-in cost (inc. associated management and overhead costs etc); — that the service supports the Client HAs' Asset Management Team's product quality and performance requirements. — zero defects; — smooth, trouble-free handovers; — that residents are provided homes that meets their reasonable expectations; — that customer satisfaction levels are maintained or improved; — that each framework contractor provides a consistent, high quality service across all areas; is agile enough to respond promptly to needs and issues, is adaptable enough to satisfy changing requirements, and works together with all consortium partners in a spirit of openness and trust to align shared interests; — that the framework contractors achieve their core objectives; — a responsive, effective defects management service with regular reports.

Sovereign Development Consortium Main Contractor Framework 2015.

Sovereign Housing Association Ltd on Behalf of the Sovereign Development Consortium | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 5, 2014
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45211000

Work under this framework arrangement will be undertaken on both ‘greenfield' and ‘brownfield' sites. Some projects will involve regeneration, and some could potentially include the development of related community and commercial facilities. On occasions, works may also involving refurbishment or conversion. It is also anticipated that some packages in the future may incorporate some units for open market sale. Projects shall be awarded through mini tenders or called off in full accordance with the procedure detailed in Appendix B of the PQQ. The key success factors are deemed to be: — that the contractor framework supports the SDC's development construction target by delivering the maximum number of high quality new homes at an affordable cost; — that new homes are delivered at the lowest reasonable all-in cost (inc. associated management and overhead costs etc.); — that the service supports the Client HAs' Asset Management Team's product quality and performance requirements. — zero defects; — smooth, trouble-free handovers; — that residents are provided homes that meets their reasonable expectations; — that customer satisfaction levels are maintained or improved; — that each framework contractor provides a consistent, high quality service across all areas; is agile enough to respond promptly to needs and issues, is adaptable enough to satisfy changing requirements, and works together with all consortium partners in a spirit of openness and trust to align shared interests; — that the framework contractors achieve their core objectives; — a responsive, effective defects management service with regular reports. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders web site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=141292
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