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Transport systems consultancy services

National Transport Authority | Published December 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017

The National Transport Authority wishes to engage a transport planning consultant to develop a transport strategy for Cork City (Ireland) and its surrounding area, covering the period from 2017 to 2036. In developing that transport strategy, the service provider will be expected to address all land transport modes including road, rail, cycling and walking. The transport strategy will be expected to provide a long-term strategic framework for the integrated development of transport infrastructure and services in the Cork City region.

Architectural and related services

Grangegorman Development Agency | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016

Consultancy services for a multi-storey residential care centre at Grangegorman, Dublin 7, consisting of between 100 to 120 bedrooms with ancillary support functions and below grade car parking and associated landscaping.

Two stage restricted procedure for the selection of Architect.

Two stage Restricted Procedure for selection of Structural & Civil Engineer.

2 stage Restricted Procedure for selection of Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Engineer.

2 stage Restricted Procedure for selection of Quantity Surveying and Whole Life Costs Manager.

2 stage Restricted Procedure for selection of Fire Safety Consultant.

Marine services

Eirgrid plc and Réseau de Transport d'Electricité | Published December 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 9, 2017

EirGrid and RTE have completed the Feasibility Phase of the Celtic Interconnector project and have recently entered into the Initial Design & Pre-Consultation Phase of the project.

There is now a requirement to procure a marine consultant to provide technical expertise for the development of the offshore elements of the project, in particular the planned marine surveys and marine engineering studies.

The marine consultant expertise should cover following fields:

— Marine engineering studies for cable installation. Developed knowledge of the related technical, environmental and legal constraints, plus the associated detailed studies.

— Submarine power cable installation (laying and protection). Experience of installation works methods and equipment.

— International offshore power cable project management.

See the Information Memorandum and Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for full details. This is attached to the etenders notice for this tender at www.etenders.gov.ie

EirGrid is the Transmission System Operator (TSO) and Market Operator (MO) in the wholesale trading system in Ireland, and is the owner of the System Operator Northern Ireland (SONI Ltd), the licensed TSO and market operator in Northern Ireland.

RTE is the French TSO; it owns, operates and develops the French Electricity Transmission System with the primary objectives of balancing electricity generation with consumption, guaranteeing the secure operation of the power system

EirGrid and RTE have recently completed the Feasibility Phase of the Celtic Interconnector project and have recently entered into the Initial Design & Pre-Consultation Phase of the project.

The marine surveys carried out in the Feasibility Phase confirmed that a feasible route existed between Ireland and France, albeit with several areas of challenging geology. Based on an in depth analysis of the findings of the marine survey in conjunction with that of recently available third party data that has become available, the project team have identified several opportunities to carry out route development to further refine the route and potentially avoid some of the areas of challenging geology.

There is now a requirement to procure a marine consultant to provide technical expertise for the development of the offshore elements of the project, in particular the planned marine surveys and marine engineering studies.

The marine consultant expertise should cover following fields:

— Marine engineering studies for cable installation. Developed knowledge of the related technical, environmental and legal constraints, plus the associated detailed studies.

— Submarine power cable installation (laying and protection). Experience of installation works methods and equipment.

— International offshore power cable project management. Communication and reporting to clients. Contractor coordination in a multicultural environment. Schedule, risks and Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) issues management. Counselling services and contracting strategy.

The objective of this Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) process is to produce a short-list of suitably qualified companies who will be invited to tender for the provision of marine consultancy services as required by EirGrid and RTE.

EirGrid will lead the procurement process for this piece of work on behalf of EirGrid and RTE. The contract will be awarded on a tripartite basis with split 50:50 invoicing.

See attached Information Memorandum and Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for full details. This is available on etenders www.etenders.gov.ie

CCE5772 River Bridge and Channel Survey Services (Qualification System).

Iarnrod Eireann-Irish Rail | Published October 23, 2015  -  Deadline November 26, 2018
Iarnród Éireann has over 350 bridges (structures greater than 2 m) over water. All these bridges and riverbeds require periodic inspections. Some inspections are carried out yearly, other are every 3 years and more are on a 6 yearly cycle.
Iarnród Éireann is looking to appoint specialist expertise to undertake inspection of railway bridges that traverse water courses as well as carry out bridge and river surveys.
The consultant is to provide expertise in the following areas:
1. Provide divers/surveyors for a bridge and riverbed inspections/surveys;
2. Record the topography using surveying techniques;
3. Using the previous base line surveys (supplied by IE) identify changes in the structure and/or the river channel;
4. Provide factual report on findings;
5. Provide for Engineers review of the factual report.
The Qualification System is also to include for inspection of any structure following a flood event. In the period after a flood event structures throughout the IE network may need to be inspected to determine the extent, if any, of damage caused by the event. The availability of divers will form part of the evaluation. The divers/surveyors are to be trained for Personnel Track Safety (PTS) on the awarding of any contract. The cost of this will be included in any tenders. The successful Contractor will be required to supply appropriately qualified personnel.

Consultative engineering and construction services

Dublin City Council | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 9, 2017

The Contracting Authority is seeking to Establish a Framework agreement for the provision of Civil and Structural Engineering Design Services for projects of an estimated construction value in excess of 5 000 000 EUR (ex. VAT).The projects will be located within the Councils administrative area and will include new build and refurbishment residential projects as well as civic, community, recreational and public realm projects. The framework agreement will be established with between 5 and 8 operators subject to the receipt of a sufficient number of valid tenders. For further information please refer to documentation available at www.etenders.gov.ie RFT ID 111 743.

The Contracting Authority is seeking to Establish a Framework agreement for the provision of Civil and Structural Engineering Design Services for projects of an estimated construction value in excess of 5 000 000 EUR (ex. VAT).The projects will be located within the Councils administrative area and will include new build and refurbishment residential projects as well as civic, community, recreational and public realm projects. The framework agreement will be established with between 5 and 8 operators subject to the receipt of a sufficient number of valid tenders.

Framework members will be required to provide Civil and Structural Engineering Design Services for stages (i)-(v) of the Capital Works Management Framework or a subset thereof. As part of the service delivery framework members will be required to provide the specialist skills as described in section 1.4 of the attached SAQ.

The maximum estimated value of services over the lifetime of the framework is in the region of EUR5 million (ex VAT).It is emphasized that the above mentioned volume is provided strictly for indicative purposes only and there is no guaranteed expenditure or contracts under the framework agreement.

The framework agreement will be established on foot of an initial contract for Civil and Structural Design Engineering Services for stages (i) to (v) of the Capital Works Management Framework.

Specialist skills required will be Design Certifier, Assigned Certifier (under the Building Control Amendment Regulations 2014) and Project Supervisor for the Design Process. (Note — For the Initial Contract, the role of Project Supervisor for the Design Process will be fulfilled by separate appointment).

The initial contract is for a development which comprises circa 70 dwellings over partial basement as well as public realm works, including a new street, a high a quality ‘boulevard’ and general public realm renewal works. The estimated construction value of the initial contract is approximately EUR9 million (excl VAT).

For further information please refer to documentation available at www.etenders.gov.ie RFT ID 111743.

Computer support and consultancy services

Department of Public Expenditure and Reform | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017

Technical support in managing and further developing the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform's ICT Architecture, Networks, and Infrastructure environment.

Noise-control consultancy services

Irish Aviation Authority | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

Airport Noise Consultancy Services.

On 22.9.2016, the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport announced details of the manner in which EU Regulation 598/2014 is to be implemented in Ireland, including the designation of the IAA, by way of a Statutory Instrument, as the independent competent authority to oversee the delivery of the new approach to airport noise management with the requisite powers to implement the Regulation in Ireland.

It is envisaged that the designation of the IAA as Competent Authority to implement EU Regulation 598/2014 will be completed by the end of this year and that the independent and functionally separate noise regulatory unit within the IAA will be in place early in 2017.

Under this designation, the IAA will be responsible for issuing airport noise determinations (including operating restrictions) and is being given statutory responsibilities in relation to environmental planning procedures within Ireland.

In preparation for the IAA's designation to oversee the delivery of the new, more prescriptive approach to airport noise management, and to supplement the IAA's considerable expertise in the field of aviation (including flight operations, pilot skills, air traffic control operations, regulatory procedures, aerodromes, aircraft technology, etc.), the IAA is seeking Airport Noise Expert consultancy services to support the IAA's independent Aviation & Airport Noise Regulatory Unit in making its determination on noise and operating procedures at Dublin Airport. The determination must be based on the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) Balanced Approach to Aircraft Noise Management, which requires the IAA to consider the noise mitigation contributions from four key components:

(i) Reduction of noise at source from quieter, more modern aircraft;

(ii) Land-use planning and management measures such as zoning and insulation;

(iii) Noise abatement operational procedures such as using runways alternately or gradual take off and departure flight procedures with reduced throttle thrust; and

(iv) Operating restrictions at airports such as a cap on aircraft movements or curfews.

It is envisaged that the service provider will be a subject matter expert in Airport Noise and in the application of the ICAO Balanced Approach to Noise.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 3, 2017

The Provision of services for the Administration of an EIP Locally Led Scheme for the conservation of the Hen Harrier in specified core target areas and/or the provision of services for the Administration of an EIP Locally Led Scheme for the conservation of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.

The Provision of Services for the Administration of an EIP Locally Led Scheme for the conservation of the Hen Harrier in specified core target areas under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.

The Provision of Services for the Administration of an EIP Locally Led Scheme for the conservation of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel in specified core target areas under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.

Business analysis consultancy services

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) wishes to award a contract for a review of the adequacy or otherwise, of public funding to enable the public service broadcasters, RTÉ and TG4, to meet their public service objects. This requirement is governed by section 124(8) of the Broadcasting Act; further information on the specification of requirements is contained in Appendix 1.

The envisaged duration of this project is for a duration of 9 to 12 months, starting in quarter 2 of 2017 with deliverables submitted by 31.3.2018.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017

The Contracting Authority envisages that it will require Teams of Skilled ICT resources to assist in the development and maintenance of ICT Systems.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Test team to augment the IMT staff

assigned to this work area. A list of

the potential roles on the external team includes a

Tester and Admin.Team Lead, Software Testers,

Performance Tester, Automation Testers, Test Co-

ordinator etc.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Business Analysis team to augment the IMT staff

assigned to this work area. Potential roles on the

external team include Grade 1 and Grade 2 Business

Analysts.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Development and Maintenance team to

augment the IMT staff assigned to this work area. A

non-exhaustive list of the potential roles on the

external team includes a Delivery Team Lead,

Technical Leads, JAVA Developers, Oracle PL/SQL

Developers/Database Specialists etc.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Development and Maintenance team to

augment the IMT staff assigned to this work area. A

non-exhaustive list of the potential roles on the

external team includes a Grade 1 Technical and

Delivery Team Lead, JAVA Developers, Oracle

PL/SQL Developers/Database Specialists, and a MS

Access and VB & SQL Programmer etc.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Development and Maintenance team to

augment the IMT staff assigned to this work area. . A

non-exhaustive list of the potential roles on the

external team includes a Technical Team Lead, Ad

JAVA Developers, Oracle PL/SQL

Developers/Database Specialists etc.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Development and Maintenance team to

augment the IMT staff assigned to this work area.

The potential roles on the external team include

JAVA Developers, Oracle PL/SQL

Developers/Database Specialists etc.

This Lot relates to the engagement of an external

Software Development and Maintenance team to

augment the IMT staff assigbed to this work area.

the potential roles on the external team include

JAVA Developers, Java Developers with GIS

expertise, Oracle PL/SQL Developers/Database

Specialists etc.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Courts Service | Published November 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2017

The Services comprise: Support and related services to manage and develop the Criminal Case Tracking System (CCTS), the Courts Service On Line (CSOL) and the upgrade of Crystal reports, the development of the statistical and management reports including the maintenance of existing reports already available.

The Services comprise of support and related services to manage and develop the Criminal Case Tracking System (CCTS), the Courts Service On Line (CSOL) and the upgrade of Crystal reports, the development of the statistical and management reports including the maintenance of existing reports already available.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Department of Social Protection | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016

Technical support in managing and further developing the Department's Datacentre Network environment.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

National Transport Authority | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 2, 2017

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has, in order to align the expiry of the contract for both the National Intermodal Journey Planner (NJP) and Public Transport Stop Information System (PTSIS) contracts extended the duration of the National Intermodal Journey Planner contract to October 2018. This extension will facilitate the combined procurement of an integrated NJP and PTSIS solution in the future. The NTA has proceeded with the procurement process by the issue of a PIN for Market Consultation for Transport Information Systems and Services.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017

The Services comprise of a Review of Future Capacity Needs at Ireland's State Airports and should have regard to the actions set out in the National Aviation Policy for Ireland, 2015 in relation to the future capacity requirements of the 3 State airports. In particular, it should take account of the policy objectives of (1) developing Dublin Airport as a secondary hub supporting services to global markets without weight restrictions and (2) supporting the roles of Cork and Shannon Airports as key tourism and business gateways for their regions. The Review should also take account of the wider government objectives and policies for enterprise, tourism and balanced regional development in Ireland and developments in the global aviation market.

The Services comprise of a Review of Future Capacity Needs at Ireland's State Airports and should have regard to the actions set out in the National Aviation Policy for Ireland, 2015 in relation to the future capacity requirements of the three State airports. In particular, it should take account of the policy objectives of (1) developing Dublin Airport as a secondary hub supporting services to global markets without weight restrictions and (2) supporting the roles of Cork and Shannon Airports as key tourism and business gateways for their regions. The Review should also take account of the wider government objectives and policies for enterprise, tourism and balanced regional development in Ireland and developments in the global aviation market.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

The Office of Government Procurement | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
ERP Services.

Qualification system for the provision of safety assurance support and independent safety assessor consultancy service

Iarnrod Eireann-Irish Rail | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2018

This Qualification System requirement is for provision of services in the disciplines Safety Assurance

Managers (SAM) and Independent Assessors (IA). Services to be provided under

this Qualification System will be to provide support to Iarnród Éireann (IE) in the

delivery of safety assurance documentation, safety cases and other related

services across a wide and varied project portfolio.

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