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Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as 104 new build).
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be inserted into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis.

Structural Engineering Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Structural Engineering Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as 104new build) .
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be inserted into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Structural Engineering Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis.

Architectural Design Consultant Building 104 Storage Projects, IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Architectural Design Consultant to assist IWM with the following projects: •	Building 1 – the potential construction of a new building, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m (referred to as DX-104 new build).
•	Building 2 – the conversion of Building 104 to accommodate additional storage, with approximate GIA of 1,200 sq. m. Note: to achieve the required space it is likely that a mezzanine floor will need to be introduced (subject to feasibility) into the existing building volume. See section 3.3 of this document for further information about the nature of these buildings but it should be noted that they should be PD5454 compliant, meet the BREEAM excellent rating and it is possible that fire suppression will be required in the new building. Whilst the buildings will be adjacent, and a link between the two is seen as advantageous, the design proposals will need to be developed to allow the buildings to be split and developed independently if Planning Permission is not granted for the full scheme. The Architectural Design Consultant will act as Lead designer and be responsible for managing the design input of a team of consultants separately appointed by the IWM comprising:
•	Structural/Civils design consultant
•	Mechanical and Electrical design consultant •	Specialist fit out designers/contractors It is envisaged that the works will be procured on a traditional basis. The Architect may be engaged to provide Contract Administrator Services for the construction phase of the Project(s). Please ensure that fee breakdowns separate out Contract Administration services as an optional service within the total fee submitted.

Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant Refurbishment Works, Building 6 IWM Duxford

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM TRADING COMPANY LIMITED | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
As part of a major programme of works at IWM London, IWM will be required to provide additional storage space for our collections across the North side of IWM Duxford. In support of this some of the conservation functions currently undertaken at London will transfer to Duxford. This Contract covers the appointment of an experienced Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultant to assist IWM with the refurbishment of building 6, located on the North site at IWM Duxford. The building currently houses part of the museum’s collection (predominantly paper), some of which is to be decanted elsewhere to allow for the refurbishment works to be delivered. Building 6 was built in 1933 with the original use designation as dining rooms and social space. It was built to the Air Ministry and Director of Works drawing No 852/32 to a style characteristic of that pioneered by Lutyens. The building has grade 2 listed status.

DPS1000-Provision of specialist Sound & Vision consultancy to the Houses of Parliament

 | Published July 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2021
Parliament’s Audio and Video Programme will see an investment in new equipment, production and distribution methods as well as archive solutions to support improved services and access for Members, Parliamentary staff, media organisations and the public.
To deliver the programme, the services of expert project managers and technical and engineering consultants will be required, to assist in the detailed specification and management of a range of complex sound, vision and online media projects.
The Authority is working within budget constraints, and a continual need to deliver value for money. There is a driver to consider off-the-shelf solutions as the preferred options, and consultants must be able to advise on the state of the market, independent of manufacturer, or custom-built solutions. To support the programme, consultants may be required to produce options papers which identify a variety of appropriate solutions at different price points, in order to meet the constraints within which the Authority is operating.
Consultants who provide drafting or other advice when developing specifications should note that they will only be permitted to bid for the supplies contract if they can demonstrate clear segregation of information between the different sections of their organisation (i.e. have and maintain effective “Chinese walls”).
This notice is to set up a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for sound and vision consultants. Individual contracts awarded under the DPS will be subject to further competition amongst those suppliers on the DPS.

DPS1000-Provision of specialist Sound and Vision consultancy to the Houses of Parliament

The Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and The Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published June 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2021

Parliament's Audio and Video Programme will see an investment in new equipment, production and distribution methods as well as archive solutions to support improved services and access for Members, Parliamentary staff, media organisations and the public.

To deliver the programme, the services of expert project managers and technical and engineering consultants will be required, to assist in the detailed specification and management of a range of complex sound, vision and online media projects.

The Authority is working within budget constraints, and a continual need to deliver value for money. There is a driver to consider off-the-shelf solutions as the preferred options, and consultants must be able to advise on the state of the market, independent of manufacturer, or custom-built solutions. To support the programme, consultants may be required to produce options papers which identify a variety of appropriate solutions at different price points, in order to meet the constraints within which the Authority is operating.

Consultants who provide drafting or other advice when developing specifications should note that they will only be permitted to bid for the supplies contract if they can demonstrate clear segregation of information between the different sections of their organisation (i.e. have and maintain effective ‘Chinese walls’).

This notice is to set up a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for sound and vision consultants. Individual contracts awarded under the DPS will be subject to further competition amongst those suppliers on the DPS.

Evaluation consultancy services

Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016

BEIS require an evaluation of the reformed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, expected to be launched in April 2017.

The evaluation is required to provide an assessment of the impact of the scheme and to provide strategic learning to inform heat policy development.

It is expected that the evaluation will deliver a range of specific activities, structured around a theory based evaluation approach.

The expected activities are:

—Scoping and setup phase.

—Detailed applicant monitoring.

—Detailed qualitative insight from key audiences.

—Quasi-experimental impact assessment.

—Sustainable markets assessment.

—Case studies of low-volume technologies.

—Cost-effectiveness assessment.

—Competition and trade assessment.

BEIS require an evaluation of the reformed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, expected to be launched in April 2017. Eligible households and organisations receive subsidies for the generation of renewable heat.

The reforms are intended to ensure value for money in the delivery of the existing RHI. The aims are to drive the installation of renewable heat systems, support carbon abatement and support the development of a sustainable market for renewable heat.

The evaluation is required to provide an assessment of the impact of the scheme and to provide strategic learning to inform heat policy development.

It is expected that the evaluation will deliver a range of specific activities, structured around a theory based evaluation approach. The expected activities are:

—Scoping and setup phase.

—Detailed applicant monitoring.

—Detailed qualitative insight from key audiences.

—Quasi-experimental impact assessment.

—Sustainable markets assessment.

—Case studies of low-volume technologies.

—Cost-effectiveness assessment.

—Competition and trade assessment.

The contract is expected to start in February 2017 and conclude in 2021.

A briefing session will be held for potential bidders on the 21.11.2016.

The evaluation would suit delivery by a consortium given the complex policy context mixture of skills and experience required.

To ensure the full scope of the evaluation is delivered in a developing policy context, the evaluation timeline but not budget may be extended by up to 24th months.

Design consultancy services

Science Museum Group | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Science Museum, London, is looking for a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, M&E, structural engineering and audio visual.

To appoint a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, audio visual, M&E and structural engineer. The works to include the dismantling of the existing Challenge of Materials gallery, including the removal of the glass bridge, an architectural base-build making good and light refurbishment for the full former gallery (approx. 800 sqm). Following this, the project will develop the design and install the new Contemporary Agriculture exhibition.

Provision of Investment Consultancy Services

capitalEsourcing | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
This Future Opportunity is to notify the market about the plans to formally engage the market to establish interest in the market as well as to obtain information to further inform The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) requirements. As such, this Future Opportunity does not formally signify the beginning of any procurement and does not constitute a commitment to undertake a procurement exercise. In the event that a decision is made to formally commence a procurement pursuant to this Future Opportunity a separate notice will be issued. Westminster City Council (WCC) on behalf of RBKC intends to procure a contract for the provision of Investment Consultancy Services across two lots: Lot 1 — Investment Consultancy Services for RBKC Pension Fund; and Lot 2 — Property Investment Advisory and Managerial Services. Please note that the contract start and end dates set out above are only indicative.

CLC5156 Playing Pitch Needs Assessment and Sports and Physical Activity Strategy

Tower Hamlets | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
The London Borough of Tower Hamlets (LBTH) is seeking expressions of interest from a suitably qualified and experienced organisation for the above services. The Council is seeking a consultant to deliver a Playing Pitch Needs Assessment, following Sports England Playing Pitch Guidance, and to develop a Sports and Physical Activity Strategy. Playing Pitch Needs Assessment: The Council requires a comprehensive assessment of the borough’s outdoor playing pitch provision and future needs for all sports covered by Sport England’s Playing Pitch Guidance across the borough over the lifetime of the Local Plan (to 2030). Developing and delivering a playing pitch needs assessment entails a staged approach. Stage A will predominantly handled by the council, however the consultant and Council will work together to finalise Stage A. The Needs Assessment should correlate to Stages B and C of the development cycle set out in the guidance document. These stages in combination will provide the supply and demand analysis as required by the NPPF (for the Local Plan). The Playing Pitch Needs Assessment shall be carried out in December and January with a final report completed by the consultant in February 2017. Sports and Physical Activity Strategy: The consultant will be required to develop a Sports and Physical Activity Strategy for the Council that can be used to set the strategic direction for sports and physical activity in Tower Hamlets over the next 5 years. The strategy will need to cover indoor and outdoor sports, as well as physical activity. We require the strategy to be intelligence led and developed in partnership. The consultant will be required to develop the strategy under the direction of a steering group, which we anticipate will include internal stakeholders and external stakeholders such as NGBs. The consultant will be required to devise a comprehensive programme to engage external stakeholders in the development of the strategy. This will include engaging with sports clubs, as appropriate. The details of this programme will need to be worked up with input from the consultant. We require a draft of the strategy in March 2017, with the final strategy produced by May 2017. The anticipated contract start date is: Thursday, 01 December 2016 The estimated value of the contract is: £40,000 to £50,000	Total Cost For a period of: Estimated 7 months
Organisations wishing to express their interest are requested to register on the London Tenders Portal (www.londontenders.org) where the tender documentation will be available for download. You may be required to complete a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ). Organisations must ensure that access to the system is available to their representatives dealing with the contract. The council will not be liable for the lack of delegated access within the organisati

Business and management consultancy and related services

Financial Conduct Authority | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is establishing a framework agreement for suppliers to provide consultancy under 2 Lots.

Lot 1 — Financial, Economics and Policy Related Consultancy.

Lot 2 — General Business Management Consultancy.

The FCA reserves the right to award Lots to one of multiple suppliers.

Consultancy advice and expertise on finance and policy related consultancy with specialist financial management.

Consultancy advice and expertise to enhance the operations of the FCA. This may involve managing or assisting on programmes of works or projects.

Business and management consultancy services

Westminster City Council | Published November 3, 2016

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify the market about the plans to formally engage the market to establish interest in the market as well as to obtain information to further inform The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) requirements. As such, this PIN does not formally signify the beginning of any procurement and does not constitute a commitment to undertake a procurement exercise. In the event that a decision is made to formally commence a procurement pursuant to this PIN a separate contract notice will be issued.

Westminster City Council (WCC) on behalf of RBKC intends to procure a contract for the provision of Investment Consultancy Services across two lots:

Lot 1 — Investment Consultancy Services for RBKC Pension Fund; and

Lot 2 — Property Investment Advisory and Managerial Services.

RBKC is considering the following services by the Investment Consultancy Provider:

1. Advise and provide challenge to the committee on different investment asset classes;

2. Review and advice on asset allocation and investment strategy;

3. Regular monitoring and reporting of investment managers performance;

4. Advice and support on Fund Managers, Custodian and Transition managers appointments and terminations;

5. Undertake asset and liability modelling along with the Fund actuary;

6. Advice on Corporate Governance, Class Action and Socially Responsible policies;

7. Attendance at committee meetings and provide ad-hoc reports by the agreed timescales;

8. Provide training to Committee members and officers.

The Fund is planning to diversify the current investment portfolio and are planning to invest 15 % of the assets into direct commercial property holdings. The Fund may retain internal resources to work alongside external advisors or fully out-source the required services. The Council is considering the following services to be provided by the Property Investment Advisor and Manager:

1. Advice on property strategy and formulating a model diversified UK property portfolio with high income yield;

2. Executing the proposed strategy including property search and acquisitions;

3. Advice and support on day to day management of the property portfolio;

4. Advice on enhancing the value and returns of the property holdings.

Business analysis consultancy services

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Market Analysis Services.

This tender is for the provision of services in relation to information regarding a range of markets in the energy sector and related climate change technologies and markets. It is intended to provide up to three years of service in the form of a number of users across at least five teams in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Please note that this service is expected to cover energy and related climate sectors and markets only.

We anticipate that respondents would offer this service via access to their pre-existing online portal of information. This should include up to date financial, analytical, commercial and political assessments of relevant markets (including projections), projects, actors (including companies and countries), policy and regulations, technologies, international comparisons, rankings of performance and market and corporate information. Such reports and data should be downloadable in MS Office formats so that it can be interrogated and amended where necessary by the department.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Circle Anglia Limited | Published November 5, 2016

Centra is the UK's leading independent provider for Community Alarm and Telecare Monitoring Services, offering 30 years' experience of providing comprehensive support through assistive technology solutions. We provide our service to over 100 000 people, assisting them to live safely and independently. We handle more than 2 000 000 calls every year.

Centra is aspiring to become the ‘go to’ provider for life-enhancing TeleTechnology solutions in the UK and beyond, providing best-of-breed, personalised solutions to a wide range of customer groups. We are also set to increase our private payers' customer base by 15 % over the next year and then compound growth of 600 % from April 2017 to April 2019.

Circle Housing would like to conduct Soft Market Testing w/c 5 December at its Tower View Offices.

A further information document is available — please email michelle.saunders2@circle.org.uk

T2593 – Specialist LV and HV Electrical Design and Consultancy Services

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline January 7, 2017
Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust is looking to put in place a framework for the provision of design and consultancy services for Low and high voltage electrical systems. Services will include, but not limited to: validation and commissioning, systems testing, site surveys, feasibility studies, project management and Authorizing engineer duties. To register your interest please log on to https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ using the access code S2M2R858AQ.

Provision of Beds and Pressure Area Care Equipment — Preliminary Market Consultations

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust | Published December 1, 2016
Provision of Beds and Pressure Area Care Equipment — Preliminary Market Consultations.

Research into passengers’ awareness of planned disruption

OFFICE OF RAIL AND ROAD | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
The aim of this study is to update ORR’s understanding of passenger awareness of planned rail service disruption including how and when passengers become aware of possessions. The consultants is to undertake market research to derive robust quantitative estimates regarding the timing and of level passenger awareness of planned disruption. This research will be used to inform our policy on incentivising Network Rail to notify operators sufficiently early regarding planned service disruption. Methodology This is a difficult area requiring expert questionnaire design. A key difficulty is obtaining information regarding passengers that in the event of planned disruption would not travel by rail. We leave it open to applicants to propose their methodological approach, but it should be set out in some detail so that we can assess the robustness of the proposals. For example, we think that combining the following two approaches has merit in helping estimate passenger awareness levels and timing:
•	Under the first approach, passengers undertaking journeys subject to planned disruption would be interviewed. They would be asked about how and when they became aware of the disruption (and the implications of the disruption for their journey), including when they booked their journey. •	A complementary second approach would focus on interviewing people who had recently undertaken an undisrupted rail journey, for representative rail journeys. This could be either by surveying passengers on undisrupted trains or using an existing panel focusing on people that had recently undertaken an undisrupted train journey. They would be asked general questions about how they plan and book their rail journeys (e.g. via an internet search). The analysis of when and how passengers purchase tickets could also be enhanced with a separate analysis of timing associated with ticket sales data. Potentially, this survey could contain questions related to passengers’ recent experience of disrupted train services. These questions could, for example, ask about passengers’ behavioural responses to that disruption. Stated preference surveys might also be used. The findings from the market research would feed into the analysis to estimate passenger awareness levels about forthcoming possessions.

Quantity surveying services

Turner & Townsend | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

Rosehill Housing Co-operative is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified consultant to their framework to provide a range of services, including QS services, Principal Designer and Contract Adminitrator.

QS framework — including QS, Principal Designer and Contract Administrator services.

Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest

The Wasps Trust | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

Lead Consultant and Design Team services for the repair and refurbishment of 2 listed buildings to form a Creative Hub accommodate artist studios and workspaces for creative industries.

WASPS seeks to engage a Lead Consultant and Design Team to deliver the redevelopment of 2 Category B-listed buildings in Inverness as a Creative Hub for artists and creative businesses. The work will be split into 2 phases. Phase 1 will involve external urgent and essential repairs and building services. Phase 2 involves redevelopment to form the Creative Hub, involving further repairs, access improvements, alterations to the building to form new spaces, refurbishment and fit-out.

Business and management consultancy services

Scottish Enterprise | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017

The Strategy Planning Workshop product has been designed to enable a business to focus its strategy for pro-active business development. It provides senior management teams time away from the business to explore the challenges, opportunities and threats facing their business and agree on the future direction of the business.

The product offers focus on the strategic direction of their business, to reach a consensus on this, and provide an outline action plan for future implementation. It is targeted at small to medium sized companies whose management team have limited experience/access to the knowledge required to understand the importance of strategy development prior to engaging in a new direction/project. The companies will have identified potential opportunities to deliver business growth through international and/or domestic market expansion, but may be unsure as to next steps or whether it is the right direction for the business.

It is targeted at small to medium sized companies whose management team have limited experience/access to the knowledge required to understand the importance of strategy development prior to engaging in a new direction/project. The format of assistance is typically a 2 day intervention consisting of three sessions: one half day pre-workshop session, a full day workshop session and one further half day post-workshop session. In some instances, an optional half day implementation session may be commissioned for companies requiring additional support in implementing the bespoke action plan. Details on the area covered by Lot 1 can be found on page 9 of the Invitation to Tender document.

It is targeted at small to medium sized companies whose management team have limited experience/access to the knowledge required to understand the importance of strategy development prior to engaging in a new direction/project. The format of assistance is typically a 2 day intervention consisting of three sessions: one half day pre-workshop session, a full day workshop session and one further half day post-workshop session. In some instances, an optional half day implementation session may be commissioned for companies requiring additional support in implementing the bespoke action plan. Details on the area covered by Lot 2 can be found on page 9 of the Invitation to Tender document.

It is targeted at small to medium sized companies whose management team have limited experience/access to the knowledge required to understand the importance of strategy development prior to engaging in a new direction/project. The format of assistance is typically a 2 day intervention consisting of three sessions: one half day pre-workshop session, a full day workshop session and one further half day post-workshop session. In some instances, an optional half day implementation session may be commissioned for companies requiring additional support in implementing the bespoke action plan. Details on the area covered by Lot 3 can be found on page 10 of the Invitation to Tender document.