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Unknown | Published March 29, 2017
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71631100

Facilities management services. Help-desk and support services. Facilities management services involving computer operation. Administration services. Administrative housing services. Services incidental to forestry. Building and facilities management services. Specialist training services. Refuse and waste related services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Cleaning and sanitation services. Cleaning services. Accommodation, building and window cleaning services. Pest-control services. Services furnished by business, professional and specialist organisations. Laundry management services. Housekeeping services. Caretaker services. Tailoring services. Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. Construction work. Building demolition and wrecking work and earthmoving work. Demolition, site preparation and clearance work. Demolition work. Dismantling works for military installations. Ground-drainage work. Site-development work. Landscaping work. Landscaping work for roads and motorways. Landscaping work for airports. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Building construction work. Construction work for houses. Construction work for buildings relating to water transport. Works related to water-distribution pipelines. Sewerage work. Drainage and surface works. Construction work for buildings relating to law and order or emergency services and for military buildings. Construction work for military buildings and installations. Engineering works and construction works. Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flatwork. Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines. Construction work for water projects. Breakwater construction work. Construction work for waterways. Waterways except canals. Electricity supply installations. Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services. Hotel accommodation services. Canteen and other restricted-clientele cafeteria services. Catering services. Port and waterway operation services and associated services. Waterway operation services. Water distribution and related services. Drinking-water distribution. Operation of water supplies. Electricity distribution and related services. Land management services. Housing services. Construction-related services. Airport engineering services. Energy and related services. Building-inspection services. Technical services. Project management consultancy services. Consultative engineering and construction services. Building services. Technical inspection services. Technical building-inspection services. Machinery-inspection services. The Defence Infrastructure (DIO) has identified a requirement to procure a resilient, yet flexible and agile, infrastructure support service capability across UK Defence's overseas estate. Infrastructure support in this context includes a mix of Hard Facilities Management (HFM), Soft Facilities Management (SFM), capital works projects up to a value of £4.1M in each individual case, management and operation of support infrastructure and accommodation (housing). The contract/s will also include arrangement(s) to provide experience gaining opportunities for military personnel e.g. military chefs who will be embedded within the supplier's delivery team.

Construction work

Willow Tea Rooms Trust c/o Doig and Smith | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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45000000, 45212350

The Willow Tea Rooms Trust (WTRT) will be undertaking alterations and refurbishment of the existing Willow Tea Rooms building at 217 Sauchiehall Street and the adjoining building at 215 Sauchiehall Street. This document summarises the key project information and provides background information on the buildings and the current issues and needs which have led to the requirement for a suitably qualified contractor to undertake the works.

Construction work

KSP Ltd | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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45000000, 45212350, 45262330, 45112700

This project will redevelop an existing category A listed concrete structure formally known as St Peter's Seminary in Cardross, Argyll and Bute. The building will be restored to create a venue for performance, other artistic events. This space will be fully thermally enclosed and heated, and will incorporate a full recreation of the pyramidal ‘ziggurat’ roof-light over the alter, and the reinstatement of the original glulam beams and fenestration. Distinctive glazed screening will be re-inserted on the facades. The building will also undergo extensive concrete repairs to restore concrete surfaces within the building. There will also be extensive landscape works including new vehicular access to the site from Carman Road, a 56 space car park bridge resurfacing and repairs, walled garden repairs and associated accommodation and hard and soft landscape works within the boundary of the Seminary complex.

This project will redevelop an existing Grade A listed concrete structure formally known as St Peter's Seminary in Cardross, Argyll and Bute. The building will be restored to create a venue for performance, other artistic events. This space will be fully thermally enclosed and heated, and will incorporate a full recreation of the pyramidal ‘ziggurat’ roof-light over the alter, and the reinstatement of the original glulam beams and seminary fenestration. Distinctive glazed screening will be re-inserted on the facades. The building will also undergo extensive concrete repairs to restore concrete surfaces within the building. There will also be extensive landscape works including new vehicular access to the site from Carman Road, a 56 space car park bridge resurfacing and repairs, walled garden repairs and associated accommodation and hard and soft landscape works within the boundary of the Seminary complex.

North Glasgow Integrated Water Management Scheme - Systems Integration and M&E

Mackenzie Construction Ltd | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
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The NGIWMS (North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System) project is a scheme developed to resolve the drainage challenge for North Glasgow and has been developed to provide a solution for surface water drainage for 4 Development sites. The contract is a partnership between Scottish Canals, Scottish Water and Glasgow City Council. Mackenzie Construction will be undertaking all the civil works associated with the NGIWMS Scheme and require to sub-contractor to undertake the systems integration and M&E elements of this project. The works involve the installation of telemetry and SCADA systems and also new discharge structures to intelligently manage the water levels as well as the installation of significant Systems Control to manage this system. The overall scope of works associated with this notice includes detailed design, manufacture, supply, works testing, delivery to site, off-loading, moving into position, erection, installation, commissioning and testing of the electrical and instrumentation cable installation, and associated external equipment, which shall also include moving into position, erection, and installation of items that are supplied as free issue units. The installation shall include glanding, make off, termination, testing, commissioning, certification, all associated installation items, containment, fixings, labelling, cable and core identification, provision of installation drawings and test information for inclusion into the site O & M Manual.

Design Supply and Build of BMX Race Track and Ancillary Works

City Building (Glasgow) LLP | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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Glasgow City Council in conjunction with Glasgow 2018, the organising team for the proposed inaugural European Championships in the summer of 2018 co-hosted by Glasgow and Berlin have identified a site in Knightswood, Glasgow where a new Olympic-standard BMX race track is to be built. Glasgow Life, the Council’s Sports Body has identified the need for the international-grade venue for the Games in 2018 and also to create a lasting legacy for the area, to encourage and nurture athletic talent. The Knightswood site earmarked for the development is in between Lincoln Avenue and Archerhill Road, which is currently a blaes areas for community use. The project encompasses the proposed BMX track, starting towers to cater for cyclists of all abilities and also a training track for beginners; amenities including associated floodlighting, car-parking, temporary accommodation etc. The Tender Objective: The objective of this Invitation to Tender is to identify and appoint a BMX Track Specialist for the complete Design, Supply, Delivery, and Installation & Maintenance of the following: A.1 BMX Track; 2 Start Ramps and Start Gates; 3 Finish Area; 4 Technical Elements; 5 Track Safety; 6 Venue and Facilities; and B. Pump Track; all in accordance with the “Employer’s Final Performance Specification” and to develop and progress the design of the available drawn information as per the performance specification as listed in the PCS-T attachment area, covering: Architectural; Mechanical; Electrical; Civil & Progate (Bike Mounting Equipment) – latter works in conjunction with “Progate” or equal and approved supplier Project Delivery: The project will be project managed by Glasgow City Council’s own internal construction partner, City Building who will act as the Principal Contractor. It is our (City Building’s) intention for the specialist BMX track etc provider to work with our approved and vetted supply chain, ref CBG Framework 76, for associated works during the build process including – Groundworks; Structural Steelwork; Electrical; Alarms etc. and we will provide the approved lists of sub-contractors for the above works elements as listed in the PCS-T attachment area. This negates the need for City Building to vet these partner companies for this project. It should be that if you utilise contractors outwith this list then you must seek approval from City Building prior to using any third party contractor(s) and any such approval will only be granted after your organisation has carried out a formal vetting exercise to ensure competency of the third party contractor. City Building may seek evidence or further clarification at any point during the term of the contract. The main focus of your proposal should be the BMX specialist’s expertise in both design and managing the build of proposed Event BMX Track etc that complies with current UCI regulations for an International Standard Elite BMX Racing Track; and complies with British Cycling regulations (European Series) It may be beneficial for potential suppliers to attend the proposed Knightswood site to obtain a full understanding of the site and discuss the construction arrangements with our proposed Site Management Team. All rates should be submitted in GBP.

Haudagain Improvement - Demolition and Refurbishment Asbestos Surveys Contract

Transport Scotland | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 19, 2017
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Transport Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Ministers has identified a need for a suitably qualified and experienced economic operator to undertake demolition and refurbishment asbestos surveys. These surveys are necessary to inform the requirement for asbestos removal prior to the demolition and refurbishment of properties in advance of construction of the A90/A96 Haudagain Improvement Scheme. The scope of services shall include, but not be limited to, mobilisation, demolition asbestos surveys, refurbishment surveys, sampling and analysis by an accredited laboratory, material assessment and the preparation of survey reports. The asbestos surveys are to be undertaken in accordance with "HSG264 Asbestos: The Survey Guide" and "HSG248 Asbestos: The Analyst's Guide for Sampling, Analysis and Clearance Procedures" printed and published by Health and Safety Executive. They will include surveying of all building elements, circulation spaces, solum space, floor voids, lofts, roof/soffits/fascia and external outbuildings and garages. This competition is being conducted in accordance with the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2016. To be considered for this contract, economic operators are required to submit a completed European Single Procurement Document (ESPD) in accordance with this Contract Notice and also a bid (“Tender”) in accordance with Volume 1: Instructions to Tenderers. During the tender period economic operators will be given the opportunity to inspect the types of properties to be surveyed, such that they may price for the contract. Site inspection dates are contained in the Instructions to Tenderers. To attend the site inspection, economic operators should contact Dominick Cafferkey (see section 3.3 of the Purchase Order) by 21 April 2017.
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