Building Services Consultant for Boston Manor House
Transport Scotland is an agency of the Scottish Government and contracts in the name of and on behalf of the Scottish Ministers. Transport Scotland has identified the need to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced economic operator to provide consultancy services for the delivery of the A96 Dualling East of Huntly to Aberdeen (the ‘Scheme’) which is being taken forward as part of the wider commitment to dual the A96 between Inverness and Aberdeen.
The scope of the Services will include, but not be limited to: Undertaking a Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) Stage 2 and Stage 3 Assessment; Development of a specimen design; Performing the appropriate statutory procedures; Preparation of tender and contract documentation; and Construction supervision, including period of maintenance.
Throughout the commission the organisation shall undertake the duties of the Principal Designer in accordance with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 as amended or updated.
Transport Scotland, on behalf of the Scottish Ministers, wishes to procure consultancy services to deliver the A96 Dualling Eastern Section which extends from east of Huntly to Aberdeen (at the proposed A96 junction with the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route) (approximately 42km) which forms part of wider Scottish Government commitment to dual the A96 between Inverness and Aberdeen by 2030. It is intended that these services shall be for a period of approximately 240 months up to and beyond completion of the A96 Dualling in 2030, until the period of maintenance is complete.
The intent of the procurement competition is to permit the Scottish Ministers to appoint a consultant under a ‘Contract’. The scope of the Contract will include the management, design, assessment, statutory procedures, procurement and construction supervision (including maintenance period) for the proposed upgrade of the A96 Trunk Road between East of Huntly to Aberdeen to dual carriageway. This will include, but not be limited to:
(i) development of the programme for the Scheme design, from inception through to completion, which shall be subject to further amendments throughout the duration of the Scheme;
(ii) overall Scheme management;
(iii) assistance as required in the procurement, by competition, of other specialist consultants/contractors for the Scheme, who if appointed will likely be appointed by the Scottish Ministers;
(iv) Scheme assessment (DMRB Stages 2 and 3) and development including as relevant preparation of all relevant documentation associated with statutory processes such as:
(a) Compulsory Purchase Orders for land acquisition;
(b) Road Orders;
(c) Environmental Statement; and
(d) Environmental Appraisals.
(vi) preparation of Scheme infrastructure outline design;
(vii) assistance as required in discussions on funding mechanisms including liaison with The Scottish Futures Trust;
(viii) assistance as required in the procurement, by competition, of the Contractor(s) for the Scheme; and
(ix) supervision of the Contractor(s) for the Scheme, assisted as relevant by other specialist consultants appointed for the Scheme by the Scottish Ministers.
Further details pertaining to the Services and specialisms that may be required to be provided by a Consultant are contained within the Supplementary Information Document (in particular Sections 3.2 to 3.5 inclusive).
The provisional programme for delivery of this Contract is as follows:
— Award of the Contract — Summer 2017,
— Completion of DMRB Stage 2 Assessment — 2019,
— Completion of construction of A96 Dualling between Inverness and Aberdeen — 2030.
The consultant appointed under this Contract (the ‘Consultant’) will be procured through a competitive tender procedure, in accordance with the restricted procedure as stated in the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Due to project complexity, the project requires to be performed by a single economic operator (or group of economic operators) and as such shall not be divided into lots.
To be considered for this Contract economic operators are required to complete the European Single Procurement Document (‘ESPD’) in accordance with this Contract Notice. Economic operators shall be evaluated in accordance with the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015, on the basis of information they have provided within the ESPD.
Further details pertaining to the requirement of this procurement are contained within the Supplementary Information Document, which can be accessed via the Public Contracts Scotland portal www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk
The Museum of London is seeking to appoint a Transport Consultancy for its New Museum West Smithfield Project. The proposed new museum site at West Smithfield is located in the City of London and covers approximately 25,000 sq m. The site includes the now disused General Market, the Fish Market, the triangular Red House, the Iron Mountain site and the basement of the listed 1960s Poultry Market. This unique project - re-imagining a nationally significant landmark - requires an outstanding and experienced Transport Consultant who will need to liaise with the other consultants as part of a multi-disciplinary team that will require extensive research and competencies to ensure a successful outcome. The successful Transport Consultancy will be required to provide extensive assessments and strategies in relation to the New Museum West Smithfield Project. The Consultant will provide outstanding advocacy and leadership while supporting the Museum of London in shaping area-wide transport and public realm strategies. They will be required to input and support the planning application in parallel with developing and delivering the transport assessment, travel plan, delivery servicing plan, and a logistics plan. The Consultant should be familiar with implementing phasing strategies that demonstrate how the proposed traffic and pedestrian flow management strategies will be managed, during the construction phase and in use - responding to current and anticipated future neighboring land uses, including the London General Markets. They should be competent in providing specific design advice on technical aspects of public realm and general design where related to transport and/or servicing of the site. Further details can be found in the documentation.
The Museum of London is seeking to appoint a Planning Consultancy to provide services for the New Museum West Smithfield Project. The proposed new museum site at West Smithfield is located in the City of London and covers approximately 25,000 sq m. The site includes the now disused General Market, the Fish Market, the triangular Red House, the Iron Mountain site and the basement of the listed 1960s Poultry Market. This unique project - re-imagining a nationally significant landmark - requires outstanding and experienced Planning Consultant who will need to liaise with the Planning Authority and Other Consultants as part of a multi-disciplinary team that will involve extensive research and competencies to ensure a successful outcome. The museum has set out an indicative timetable whereby a planning application will need to be submitted by June 2018 and planning consent should be secured by December 2018.
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.
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.
This ITT is for the Internal Refurbishment Programme 2017 to 2021 (running to 31.3.2021) on a programmed basis in both occupied and void properties.
The Client is seeking to appoint Service Providers under a Strategic Alliancing Agreement with subsequent call-offs divided into 4 Lots, over 4 years subject to mini-competition each year.
The anticipated works include:
the replacement of kitchens, bathrooms and associated electrical works;
minor and major aids and adaptions (A and As) work for residents with reduced mobility;
asbestos management; asbestos surveys via Service Provider's UKAS accredited consultant; asbestos removal works to be carried out by Service Provider's Licenced Asbestos Removal Service Provider;
associated building works; and
role of Principal Designer (PD) under CDM Regulations 2015 at point of contract award.
As detailed in the Invitation to Tender documentation.
As detailed in the Invitation to Tender documents.
Genesis Housing Association Ltd (GHA) intend to create a call-off framework for energy and water procurement and the provision of associated contract management services — (‘Energy and Water Bureau’).
Genesis Housing Association Ltd (GHA) is putting in place a call-off Framework for the procurement of energy and water and provision of the associated contract management services. The Framework is for use by, but not limited to, housing associations, local authorities, registered social landlords, arm's length management organisation and other landlords governed by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Please refer to the following website for a full list of RSL's:
Please refer to the following website for a full list of local councils in England and Wates:
The Framework shall consist of a single lot with a minimum of one and a maximum of eight suppliers.
Each supplier shall provide the full range of services relating to the procurement of energy and water and the management of the associated contracts including, but not exclusively, the receipt and validation of bills. In particular, each Framework panel member shall provide:
Energy and water procurement services:
— Putting in place and managing contracts for the provision of energy and/or water on behalf of Framework users. Energy and water may be procured through an EU compliant supply framework or through a competition conducted by the Supplier on behalf of one or more Framework users.
Contract management services:
— The provision of energy and/or water contract management services including, but not exclusively, bill validation services for bills issued based upon remote meter reading systems. The intention is that energy and water supplies will be monitored through the use of remote meter reading technology. Where meters are not read using remote meter reading technology the Supplier shall provide a transitional service, the duration of which is not limited, to validate paper based invoices where necessary. The services, manual and digital, will involve ensuring the charges, data, and other information associated with energy and water bills are accurate and appropriate.
GHA's Framework will provide landlords with a ‘single point’ solution to their energy and water procurement service needs. However, not all Framework users will want a complete solution immediately. These users shall be able to use the Mini Competition procedure to call off just one or more element of the service, for example gas procurement, and add other elements through mini competition at a later stage.
Framework users shall be able to instruct the Supplier to go to the entire market as frequently as they wish. Alternately, they can direct the Supplier to use a particular energy and/or water supply framework such as the Genesis Energy Supply Framework.
One of the key initiatives announced in the recently published Schools' Buying Strategy is to provide a network of Schools Buying Hubs to help with complex buying. In order to thoroughly test the approach, the Department for Education (DfE) proposes to tender for two separate organisations to run and manage pilot hubs in 2 government regions: 1 in the North West (NW) and 1 in the South West (SW) for an initial period of 12 months with a focus on local buying. Hubs also aim to facilitate and strengthen local service provision and cohesion.
See https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/3765a168-e7d4-4dc4-b53a-57eea56bf5bf for further information.
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.
Service requirements for the provision of Branding Consultancy Services for the "Fashion Technology Emerging Futures" project, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The project is led by the Centre for Fashion Enterprise at London College of Fashion, a constituent college of University of the Arts London. Required to support project beneficiaries with their Branding, including one to one advice and group workshops. The information and/or documents for this opportunity are available on the DELTA e-sourcing portal: www.delta-esourcing.com. You must register on this site to respond. If you are already registered you will not need to register again, simply use your existing username and password. Please note there is a password reminder link on the homepage. Suppliers must log in, go to your Response Manager and add the following Access Code: 23GQC456ZQ
The Department for International Trade is seeking market input to inform the way in which its global Export Volume Services should be delivered going forward to enable the Government to deliver 100 000 more exporters by 2020. This potentially includes delivery of services both in the UK and overseas.
The Department will be hosting a series of supplier engagement events in Spring 2017 seeking to engage organisations currently or potentially interested in delivering new export opportunities or advisory services associated with exporting.
To receive updates on, and invitations for, these events please register with the Department via the web address provided at I.3. Any problems in accessing this information should be referred to Gerry.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department for International Trade is seeking market input to inform the way in which its global Volume Export Services should be delivered going forward to enable the Government to deliver 100 000 new exporters by 2020.
The CRUK Cancer Trials Centre, a department of UCL, requires service to support ICON9 Clinical Trial, as fully described in Schedule 4 of this tender.
The budget for this tender is 3 000 000 GBP. Suppliers that provide tender responses above this budget limited will have their offers rejected.
The specification detailing UCL's full requirements is set out in Schedule 4 (Specification) and should be read before Bidders begin to respond to this ITT.
Trial sponsor: UCL
Co-ordinated by: Cancer research UK and UCL Cancer Trials centre (CR UK and UCL CTC) Academic research unit funded by external charity/research grants.
ICON9: An international phase III randomised study to evaluate the efficacy of maintenance cediranib and olaparib combination therapy or olaparib alone in patients with relapsed platinum-sensitive ovarian cancer following a response to platinum-based chemotherapy.
Randomisation: 610 eligible women randomised to either cediranib + olaparib or olaparib alone (open label).
Following a response (partial/complete response) to platinum based chemotherapy (4-6 cycles) for first recurrence of platinum sensitive relapsed ovarian/fallopian tube/primary peritoneal cancer, patients will be randomised to receive 1 of the following 2 arms:
Arm 1 — Oral olaparib 300mg twice daily and cediranib 20mg once daily. The regimen may be continued beyond progression until trial closure if the patient is deemed to still be deriving clinical benefit.
Arm 2 — Oral olaparib 300mg twice daily. The regimen may be continued beyond progression until trial closure if patient is deemed to still be deriving clinical benefit.
IMP1: Olaparib tablets will be supplied as 100/150mg packed in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles with desiccant, and have child-resistant closures.
IMP2: Cediranib tablets will be supplied as 15/20mg tablets packed in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles with child resistant closures.
— UK 35 sites recruiting ~50 % (305 women);
— Australia/NZ 13/2 sites recruiting ~20 % (122 women);
— Canada 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women);
— Italy 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women);
— Spain 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women).
There is the potential to open in 1 other European country if recruitment is slower than anticipated.
Planned Start Date: March 2017
Recruitment Period: July 2017 for 3 years
The tenderer will be required to provide the following goods and services; on-site monitoring, database provision and Interactive web randomisation service (IWRS or IXRS).
NMC is seeking one supplier, with proven experience and capacity to provide consultation analysis services as part of a call-off contract, to collect, analyse and report on responses to our consultations. Bidders need to have extensive and demonstrable experience carrying out high-quality consultation analysis for governmental organisations and/or regulatory bodies where collated views have been used to help inform policy development. Those bidders who are unable to fulfill such requirements are unlikely to score well in our evaluations.
Lewisham Council requires landscape architects to work on the regeneration of Beckenham Place Park, a large heritage park in South East London. The project is funded through the Parks for People programme (heritage Lottery Fund) and includes a flood alleviation scheme in partnership with the Environment Agency. Landscape architects are required to complete RIBA stages 4 to 7 of the project, working in a multi disciplinary team of consultants including a separately appointed heritage architect and quantity surveyor. Lewisham Council will carry out the project management role.