Clanmil require the services of a M & E lead consultancy team for assistance in the delivery of Fire Alarm, Emergency and Communal lighting upgrades in schemes across Northern Ireland with works to be complete by 31st March 2017. The appointment will be for a period of 12 months for any additional works required outside the original scope. Works included : - Fire alarm upgrades - Emergency Lighting upgrades - Communal lighting upgrades In the delivery of this contract to a successful completion the successful consultant should comprise as a minimum the following disciplines with all constituent team members holding as a minimum current professional membership (or other equal and approved) as identified below; - Mechanical & Electrical Engineer – Chartered member of CIBSE - Quantity Surveyor (chartered member of RICS) - Principal Designer2016 (member of RMaPS) If other disciplines are required, it is the responsibility of the successful consultant to include for same within their fee submission.
Clanmil require the services of a Building surveyor consultancy team for assistance in the delivery of a planned maintenance programme across Northern Ireland in the lots as identified with works to be complete by 31st March 2017. Works included across the lots include: - Kitchen replacement - Bathroom replacement - Cyclical redecoration - Refurbishment works In the identified works packages (Document 08 – Lots & Work Packages) tenderers should consider that Clanmil may at their discretion opt to issue individual tenders for each project identified within a lot. The result of which could mean that a consultant could be managing more than one contractor on site. In the delivery of this contract to a successful completion the successful consultant should comprise as a minimum the following disciplines with all constituent team members holding as a minimum current professional membership (or other equal and approved) as identified below; - Building Surveyor (chartered member of RICS) and / or Architect (chartered member of RIBA) - Quantity Surveyor (chartered member of RICS) - Principal Designer2016 (member of RMaPS) If other disciplines are required, it is the responsibility of the successful consultant to include for same within their fee submission.
Mutual Energy Limited required the services of a Gas Commercial Advisor to provide support in progressing with the implementation of a Single System Operator Model in NI. The key aspects of the Single System Operator model are: The development of a single gas transmission code across all networks; The development of a single IT transportation management system (‘Single IT System’); The development of a single team to administer the code and provide a single interface for Shippers.
— Attend a quarterly Framework Meeting with Mutual Energy Ltd, via teleconference, to review how the Framework is performing and confirming upcoming Work Packages in the subsequent period. If the Consultant is required to attend this meeting in person, every effort will be made to co-ordinate with a scheduled visit required to be undertaken as part of services being delivered at that time. Otherwise additional reasonable expenses are to be approved by ISL prior to booking. Provision of support on the following areas:
— Development of commercial rules for use of the NI gas transmission system.
— As part of the delivery of a Single System Operator model in Northern Ireland, which involves the creation of a Contractual Joint Venture between the four NI Transmission System Operators (TSO), support is required in the development of a Single Transmission Network Code for October 2017 which will include:
— Provision of support in developing concepts;
— Assisting with the process by reading, commenting on and drafting written papers and presentation material, and providing other analytical support, as required;
— Preparing associated contractual arrangements to facilitate the transitional arrangements; and
— Preparing and finalising Code drafting across a number of areas of the Single Code;
— Once in place, the advisor(s) shall provide support associated with future modifications to the new Single Code;
— EU driven changes, in particular, supporting the implementation of the revised Capacity Allocation Mechanisms Network Code and the new Tariffs Network Code as well as any further changes to the existing EU Network Codes;
— Implementation of changes to the balancing regime including modification of Balancing Gas contracts and activities associated with the Interim Measures arrangements;
— Modifications to Conveyance Licences driven by the SSO model, Single Code changes or other drivers.
This Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’) is being made available by Choice Housing Ireland Ltd for itself and their operating subsidiaries and South Ulster Housing Association Ltd for itself and as agent for Craigowen Housing Association Ltd (each a ‘Client’) to those Organisations (‘Tenderer(s)’) who have applied to tender for the contract for the maintenance, and repair of the two Client's Properties (the ‘Contract’).
Tenderers should note that, whilst it is the intention of the two Client's to evaluate collectively and award any tenders received in response to this ITT (‘Tenders’), each Client will enter into a separate Contract with the appointed Service Provider.
It is a requirement that no differential Rates can be applied for similar Works to be undertaken by the Service Provider regardless of location or volume of Works to be undertaken, and quantities of Works common to the two Clients have been aggregated for the purposes of tendering Rates.
The scope of the Works under this Contract comprises the following Workstreams:
— Responsive Maintenance (including Emergency Works ordered during Normal Working Hours);
— Out of Hours Emergency Works;
— Technical Inspections;
— Handyman Services;
— Health checks/MOTs; and
— Mutual exchanges electrical tests.
Disabled Adaptations Works
— Disabled Adaptations Works;
Void Property Works
— Long Term Void Property Inspections;
— Void Property Works;
— Co-ordination of gas and heating Works in Voids (cap offs, turn on and test, repairs maintenance and landlord's certification);
— Co-ordination with Asbestos Consultant on Void Properties;
— Co-ordination with Asbestos Remediation Contractor on Void Properties;
— Major Works including, but not limited to, any design, installation, construction, repairs, maintenance, renewals, reinstatement or replacement Works or Works of improvement in respect of but not limited to structural components, roof coverings, fascias, bargeboards and soffits, rainwater goods, windows, external and communal doors, fire safety works, retrofit and energy efficiency works, external paving, fencing and other environmental components;
— Kitchens and bathrooms, including, but not limited to, any design, installation, construction, repairs, maintenance, renewals, reinstatement or replacement Works or Works of improvement in respect of kitchen and bathrooms renewals;
— Electrical heating installations, including, but not limited to, any design, installation, construction, repairs, maintenance, renewals, reinstatement or replacement Works or Works of improvement which may include renewal of electric storage heating installations;
— Electrical rewiring to Properties including, but not limited to, any design, installation, construction, repairs, maintenance, renewals, reinstatement or replacement Works or Works of improvement which may include electrical rewiring;
Additional info available in the procurement documents and in section VI.3.
The Department is seeking to form a framework agreement comprising 6 suitably qualified and experienced companies to provide engineering design consultancy services to assist the Department in taking forward the planning, assessment and delivery of TransportNI Major Works Programme.
The Legal Division of the Equality Commission requires the use of a multi-functional database system for client record and reporting purposes. The overall aim is to provide a solution that will help expedite the client enquiry process in terms of correspondence and data administration, whilst retaining the ability to report on management statistics and financials.
*Preliminary Market Consultation only* It is the intention to engage with potential service providers from the industry to better understand the market potential for providing Legal Services to NI Public Sector. As part of the preparation for a potential collaborative procurement of Legal Services, CPD would like to invite legal firms to participate in the market consultation exercise by completing the online Questionnaire. The responses to the Questionnaire will be used to assist in gaining a better understanding of the feasibility of the requirements, the most appropriate procurement approach and operational delivery model, the capacity of the market to deliver NI’s public sector legal service requirements, and will provide an opportunity for the market to highlight any possible risks or issues that may not have previously been considered. Please see the ‘CfT documents’ section of the eTendersNI website for the Preliminary Market Consultation Document for details on how to access the online questionnaire. It is CPD’s intention to hold a market consultation / information meeting week commencing 9 January 2017 at a Belfast City Centre location. This session will provide an opportunity for CPD to deliver a general summary on Questionnaire responses and to invite further discussion of any potential issues or market developments that might impact on this project. Please see the ‘CfT documents’ section of the eTendersNI website for the Preliminary Market Consultation Document for further details of participation in this meeting. Please note the deadline for completing the Questionnaire is 3pm on 9 December 2016. If you have any queries in relation to this online Questionnaire or market consultation / information meeting, please submit this through the eTendersNI messaging system where a member of CPD will respond to your query accordingly. (Please note that some of the information noted below is not quite relevant to this Legal Services Preliminary Market Consultation but is a system requirement therefore please ignore this information and refer only to the information contained in the Preliminary Market Consultation Document)
The Department is seeking to form a framework agreement comprising 6 suitably qualified and experienced companies to provide engineering design consultancy serivces to assist the Department in taking forward the planning, assessment and delivery of TransportNI Major Works Programme.
The IT Future Managed Services Project (IT Futures Project) will review the strategic way forward for the Housing Executive managed ICT services in the context of ongoing Housing Executive business change programme, Social Housing Reform Programme (SHRP), Welfare Reform implementation programme and other key business drivers. The project will procure new managed ICT service contractual arrangements to achieve a smooth transition of ICT assets and managed services to new contract(s) by the end of September 2018 in line with the existing strategic ICT partnership contract exit plan timetable. The IT Futures project will also consider potential options to address some of the Housing Executive managed ICT service requirements through Government Frameworks/Shared Services where appropriate. The Housing Executive requires ICT consultancy for expert advisory services and support to the IT Futures project (the Assignment) as detailed in the Specification of Requirements.
The Council therefore is seeking to commission research to undertake the development of an Employability and Skills Strategy and Action Plan that will support inclusive economic growth over the next ten years. This strategy and action plan needs to be able to identify and quantify the nature of the challenges facing businesses in the Borough, and use this evidence to develop a strategic framework which provides the foundation for partners to able to address the challenges in the short, medium and long term.