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Construction work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 14, 2017
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45000000

The Main Building Contractor Framework (Reactive) will cover the provision of reactive pre-construction services and construction works.

Construction work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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45000000

The Main Building Contractor Framework (Lot 1) will cover the provision of pre-construction services and construction works of a value of 0 GBP to 50 000 GBP.

Construction consultancy services

Stonewater Housing Association | Published August 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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Construction consultancy services

Construction work for houses

Reading Borough Council | Published October 7, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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45211100, 45111200

Construction work for houses

Construction work for houses

Reading Borough Council | Published February 26, 2016
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Construction work for houses

Construction consultancy services

Stonewater Ltd | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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71530000, 71315200, 71324000, 71317210, 71541000

Stonewater Ltd (‘the Authority’) is establishing a framework of Employer's Agents (EA) to support the delivery of its Development Programme comprising the construction of circa 5 000 new homes over the next 10 years. The services will include undertaking full Employer's Agent and related services to support a delivery programme that will typically involve the construction of new homes and/or refurbishment under a design and build programme (both single and 2-stage tendering). The framework is being established to cover the ‘Eastern Region’ as detailed in this notice. In addition, this framework will be made available to other authorities wishing to access Employer's Agent services. The services provided will be ‘called-off’ in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the Framework Agreement provided with the Invitation to Tender documentation. The Framework Value is estimated between 1 500 000 and 2 000 000 GBP.

Stonewater Ltd (‘the Authority’) is establishing a framework of Employer's Agents (EA) to support the delivery of its Development Programme comprising the construction of circa 5 000 new homes over the next 10 years. The services will include undertaking full Employer's Agent and related services to support a delivery programme that will typically involve the construction of new homes under a design and build programme (both single and 2-stage tendering). In addition, this framework will be made available to other authorities wishing to access Employer's Agent services. The services provided will be ‘called-off’ in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the Framework Agreement provided within the procurement documentation. The Authority intends awarding up to four places onto the framework, subject to the Applicant achieving the minimum threshold score as set out in the Selection Questionnaire (SQ) and achieving one of the top 4 scores against the award criteria.

Construction consultancy services

Stonewater Housing Ltd | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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Stonewater Housing Ltd (‘the Authority’) is establishing a framework of Employer's Agents (EA) to support the delivery of its Development Programme comprising the construction of circa 5 000 new homes over the next 10 years. The services will include undertaking full Employer's Agent and related services to support a delivery programme that will typically involve the construction of new homes and/or refubishment under a design and build programme (both single and two stage tendering). The framework is being established in lots as detailed in this notice. In addition, this framework will be made available to other authorities wishing to access Employer's Agent services. The services provided will be ‘called-off’ in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the Framework Agreement provided with the Invitation to Tender documentation. The Framework Value is estimated between 5 000 000 and 7 000 000 GBP.

Construction of Pedestrian/Cycle Bridge over the River Thames in Reading, Berkshire.

Reading Borough Council | Published October 25, 2014
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Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering LimitedThe Curve, Axis Business Park, LangleySlough SL3 8AG
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45221110, 45221113, 45200000, 44212120, 45233100, 45112700, 45221100, 45221115, 45233161, 45233120

Bridge construction work. Footbridge construction work. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Structures of bridges. Construction work for highways, roads. Landscaping work. Construction work for bridges. Construction work for steel bridges. Footpath construction work. Road construction works. The construction of a Steel Cable-Stayed Steel bridge with all associated Civil Engineering, Highways,Construction and Landscaping works. Key activities include but not limited to the following: — Improvements to existing footways including localised widening/improvement to towpath and construction of new connections to highways and footways, improvement works to existing and new river edge structures, — Improvements works to Wetland areas on the River Thames, — Concrete piling and foundation works, — Steel piling works and associated ground works, — Bridge installation and associated works, — Lighting and all associated electrical works, —Tree planting and associated hard and soft landscaping works.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published December 31, 2015
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45200000, 45231300, 45232400, 45246400, 45252000, 45252120, 45252127, 50514200, 71541000, 79421000, 90400000, 90492000, 71310000, 90713000, 71410000, 71322100

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Construction of Park and Ride Facilities at Mereoak Lane and Winnersh Triangle in Berkshire.

Reading Borough Council | Published October 28, 2014
Winner
Dawnus Construction Holdings Limited
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45200000, 45210000, 45233120, 45233121, 45220000, 45232450, 45213312

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Building construction work. Road construction works. Main road construction works. Engineering works and construction works. Drainage construction works. Car park building construction work. Reading Borough Council in partnership with Wokingham Borough Council were successful in being awarded funds from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund for the Construction of two (2) park and ride facilities and the main aims of the fund are to promote sustainable economic growth and reduce carbon impacts associated with transport. Reading Borough Council as the Lead Contracting Authority is seeking an experienced contractor to undertake the construction of two (2) number park and ride facilities at the following locations: Mereoak Park and Ride (RG7 1BX) is located south of M4 Junction 11 to the west of the A33 and was previously the site compound for the improvement works at the junction. Winnersh Triangle Park and Ride (RG41 5TF) is located five miles to the east off M4 Junction 10 and then off the A329(M). This park and ride is to replace the existing facility located adjacent to the River Loddon and the Showcase Cinema at Winnersh Triangle. The Contractor will be required to construct these 2 schemes in parallel. The Contractor will be required to undertake but not limited to the following elements of work;— car park facility Works - civil engineering activities associated with the construction of a car park facility; including drainage, surfacing, lighting and hard and soft landscaping, installation of variable message signs, CCTV, real time passenger information screens and displays and all associated electrical and infrastructureworks. — Terminal Building Construction Works (Mereoak site only) — the design, approval and construction of a single storey terminal building at Mereoak including public welfare facilities. CCTV cameras and associated infrastructure will be required to cover both this and car park to improve personal security. — Highway Improvements Works — civil engineering activities within the existing adopted highway to improve access to the park and ride facilities, including connections to footway and highway and associated improvements, highways and footways surfacing and associated kerbing, drainage, line marking.

FA584, FA895 — Construction operational and service registers.

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published June 6, 2015
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45200000, 45231300, 45232400, 45246400, 45252000, 45252120, 45252127, 50514200, 71541000, 79421000, 90400000, 90492000, 71310000, 90713000, 71410000, 71322100

This document is an annual qualification system notice in accordance with Article 25 of the Utilities Contract Regulations 2006 and contains information on the qualification systems FA584 & FA895 (now combined as described below). Note that Suppliers already registered do not have to re-apply, unless they wish to apply for new Lots. This notice covers Lots originally advertised under 3 independent Notices, the first in 2003, the second in 2008, and most recently under notice 2012/S 236-389067 on 07/12/2012. The Lots are defined and the requirements for application are detailed separately below. 1. FA895 — Construction, Operational & Service Register, originally advertised 24.7.2008 (Notice 190811-2008-EN.) Please note that Lots C1.1, C2 and G previously advertised under 2012/S 236-389067 07.12.2012 are discontinued. Lots A and B will continue. Thames Water has established a Qualification System (the "Register") which forms the basis for the award of contracts and/or Framework Agreements covering a range of works and services. For the purpose of obtaining places on the Register the works and services have been split into indicative Lots listed below. Any contract and/or Framework Agreements ultimately awarded may be for individual Lots or a combination of one or more Lots. This Notice is a request for expressions of interest for places on the Register. Applications may be made for one or all Lots.Thames Water reserves the right not to award Framework Agreements and/or contracts for one or more Lots. Thames Water may award some Framework Agreements and contracts covering discrete parts of Thames Water's operational area. Thames Water will decide by which of several possible delivery routes a particular project is delivered. Organisations already working with Thames Water under any other arrangement must still apply for registration to this Qualification System in order to participate in competitions for Framework Agreements and contracts falling within the scope of this Notice. LOT n° A. Network programme contracts. Design and construction of works on water mains, sewers, pipelines, tunnels, reservoirs, small network pumping stations, and the like. Includes programme management. May include operational work. Contracts and Framework Agreements will be formed by competition/negotiation from within this Register. Contracts and Framework Agreements may be of any size. LOT n° B. Process programme contracts. Design and construction of works on sewage treatment works, water treatment works, pumping stations, reservoirs and the like. Includes programme management. May include operational work. Contracts and Framework Agreements will be formed by competition/negotiation from within this Register. Contracts and Framework Agreements may be of any size. 2. FA584 — Construction operational and service register originally advertised 17.10.2003. Only Lots 2, 5, 19, 22, 27, 28, and 30 will continue. Lots 20, 21 and 29 are discontinued. Lots 19, 22, 27, 28 and 30 may be discontinued in the near future. In the Lot descriptions, agreements mean commercial arrangements under which individual contracts may be placed. TWUL will decide by which of several possible delivery routes a particular project is delivered. Lot no 2. Process Contracts. Construction works on sewage treatment works, water treatment works, pumping stations,reservoirs and the like. Agreements and contracts will be formed by competition/negotiation from within this register. Individual contracts may be of any value. Lot no 5. Network contracts. Construction works on pumping stations, water mains, sewers, pipelines, tunnels, reservoirs and the like. Agreements and contracts will be formed by competition/negotiation from within this register. Individual contracts may be of any value. Lot no 19. Engineering consultancy to support one or mo

Single-purpose sports facilities construction work

CfBT Schools Trust | Published October 31, 2015
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45212210

Single-purpose sports facilities construction work

FA584, FA895 — Construction operational and service registers.

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published June 6, 2015
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45200000, 45231300, 45232400, 45246400, 45252000, 45252120, 45252127, 50514200, 71541000, 79421000, 90400000, 90492000, 71310000, 90713000, 71410000, 71322100

FA584, FA895 — Construction operational and service registers.

Construction work for highways, roads

Reading Borough Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016
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45233100, 45233120, 45233121, 45233125, 45233130, 45233140, 45233161, 45112730, 45233200, 45233221, 45233293, 45233210

Reading Borough Council is seeking an experienced highways contractor to undertake the next phase of works as part of the Councils ‘Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) South Scheme’.

The scheme consists of a series of highway improvements along the A33 corridor, focussed on improving public transport journey times. The ‘MRT South’ will link central Reading town centre to existing / proposed residential and employment areas to the south of Reading including Green Park and the new Mereoak Park and Ride facility.

The phase being advertised as part of this procurement exercise is ‘Phase 1b and 2’.

Reading Borough Council is seeking an experienced highways contractor to undertake the next phase of works as part of the Councils ‘Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) South Scheme’.

The scheme consists of a series of highway improvements along the A33 corridor, focussed on improving public transport journey times. The ‘MRT South’ will link central Reading town centre to existing / proposed residential and employment areas to the south of Reading including Green Park and the new Mereoak Park and Ride facility.

The phase being advertised as part of this procurement exercise is ‘Phase 1b and 2’

The tender documents contain proposals for a ‘core scheme’ as well as the possible ‘additional works’. These additional works may be instructed at the commencement of the Contract, or by way of variation to the Contract during the construction period. For the avoidance of doubt the Council intends to initially award a contract for the ‘core scheme’ only and as such will conduct this tender assessment considering the ‘core scheme’ only.

The ‘core scheme’ works in Phase 1B comprise the following elements:

— Widening of the A33 to create a new bus lane in the south bound direction from Bennet Road Gyratory junction to Imperial Way junction. The road widening occurs largely adjacent to the existing carriageway in verges owned by the highway authority.

— Amendments to the traffic signal pedestrian crossings within the works and incorporation of a new traffic signal controlled bus priority junction in the southbound lane immediately prior to the Imperial Way Roundabout.

— Associated with the above are site clearance (including taking down of kerbs, traffic signs, lighting and street furniture etc), vehicle restraint systems, surface water drainage, earthworks, kerbing, paving and road surfacing, traffic signals and street lighting.

— Adjustments to Statutory utility equipment.

The ‘core scheme’ works in Phase 2 comprise the following elements:

— Widening of the A33 to create a new bus lane in the south bound direction from Kennet Island junction to Bennet Road Gyratory junction. The road widening occurs largely adjacent to the existing carriageway in verges owned by the highway authority.

— Associated with the above are site clearance (including taking down of kerbs, traffic signs, lighting and street furniture etc), vehicle restraint systems, surface water drainage, earthworks, kerbing, paving and road surfacing, traffic signals and street lighting.

— Adjustments to Statutory utility equipment.

Construction consultancy services

University of Reading | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
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71530000

The University wishes to appoint a specialist Building Information Modelling (BIM) Manager to oversee and co-ordinate the delivery of all University projects where BIM is required.

The University of Reading wishes to appoint a specialist Building Information Modelling (BIM) Manager to oversee and coordinate the delivery of all University Projects where BIM is required.

Construction consultancy services

University of Reading | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
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71530000

The University wishes to review the findings of previous audits and where appropriate update, amend and supplement them taking full account of all relevant changes in equality, diversity and other legislation and beneficial (to statutory compliance) physical alterations to buildings and their approaches that have been made since 1999.

Construction Willop Depot building

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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45000000

The main output is construction of a new building at Willop Depot, the space required is approximately 245 sq m and the proposed building would be on the footprint of the previous 167 sq m building. The building will meet our business and operational needs, including providing services to our customers and engaging with stakeholders. It will also complies with the planning permission conditions granted by Shepway District Council. The DEFRA Environment Agency new Willop Depot building will be located at Hythe Road (A259), Dymchurch, Kent.TN29 0TW. When submitting your Expression of Interest you would be requested to complete a Supplier Selection document. This must be returned before 07/04/2017 at 14:00. Only the top scoring six suppliers from the selection stage information will pass through to the next stage, the Invitation To Tender. The Invitation To Tender will be sent on 01/05/2017with a return deadline of 14:00, on 29/05/2017. The anticipated contract start date is 26/07/2017 and contract end date by 31/12/2017. Participating suppliers need to be able to deliver the project within these timescales, and an indicative programme will be requested. Any supplier wishing to take part must register on the Environment Agency's e-tendering portal, Bravo https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html to express interest and download the supplier selection forms, drawings and specifications.

Mechanical installations

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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45350000

The Mechanical Contractor Framework will cover the provision of reactive pre-construction services and construction works.

Electrical wiring and fitting work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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45311000, 45310000

The Electrical Contractor Framework will cover the provision of reactive pre-construction services and construction works.

Electrical installation work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
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45310000

The Electrical Contractor Framework (Lot 1) will cover the provision of pre-construction services and construction works of a value of 0 to 50 000 GBP.