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Insurance Broker/Insurance Consultant Services

 | Published February 12, 2016
Winner
JLT Specialty Ltd
cpvs
66000000

Liverpool City Council, via the Risk & Insurance Section is seeking a Broker / Insurance Consultant for a 3 year period with a further 24 month extension, to lead on a number of insurance procurement exercises, assist with the renewal of insurance contracts on existing Long Term Agreements and provide associated insurance, risk management and improvement advice.

Insurance Broker/Insurance Consultant Services

Liverpool City Council | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
cpvs
20160000

Liverpool City Council, via the Risk & Insurance Section is seeking a Broker / Insurance Consultant for a minimum 3 year period to lead on a number of insurance procurement exercises, assist with the renewal of insurance contracts on existing Long Term Agreements and provide associated insurance, risk management and improvement advice.

New Markets Consultant Support

The Women's Organisation | Published May 3, 2017
Winner
AMC Commercial
cpvs
79342200, 79342300, 73220000

We were seeking to work with up to 3 associate organisations or consultants to work with women entrepreneurs to achieve their ambition to significantly grow their businesses in the Liverpool city Region. The Women's Organisation anticipates working with providers with knowledge and experience of supporting growing businesses and having an understanding of the gender agenda in their work.

The contract(s) will be deliverable up to November 2018, with the possibility of an extension of time and value up to March 2019 depending upon EU programme time-lines.

New Markets Consultant Support.

The Women's Organisation | Published May 3, 2017
Winner
AMC Commercial
cpvs
73220000

We were seeking to work with up to 3 associate organisations or consultants to work with women entrepreneurs to achieve their ambition to significantly grow their businesses in the Liverpool city Region. The Women's Organisation anticipates working with providers with knowledge and experience of supporting growing businesses and having an understanding of the gender agenda in their work. The contract(s) will be deliverable up to November 2018, with the possibility of an extension of time and value up to March 2019 depending upon EU programme time-lines.

New Markets Consultant Support.

The Women's Organisation | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 16, 2016
cpvs
79342200, 79342300, 73220000

We are currently seeking to work with up to 3 associate organisations or consultants to work with women entrepreneurs to achieve their ambition to significantly grow their businesses in the Liverpool City Region.

The Women's Organisation anticipates working with providers with knowledge and experience of supporting growing businesses and having an understanding of the gender agenda in their work.

The contract(s) will commence after award in February 2016 and be deliverable up to November 2018. Contract extension of time and value may be possible depending upon EU programme timelines up to March 2019.

New Markets Consultant Support.

The Women's Organisation | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
cpvs
79342200, 79342300, 73220000

We are currently seeking to work with up to 3 associate organisations or consultants to work with women entrepreneurs to achieve their ambition to significantly grow their businesses in the Liverpool City Region.

The Women's Organisation anticipates working with providers with knowledge and experience of supporting growing businesses and having an understanding of the gender agenda in their work.

The contract(s) will commence after award in February 2016 and be deliverable up to November 2018. Contract extension of time and value may be possible depending upon EU programme timelines up to March 2019.

MS CRM Dynamics Consultant

 | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline May 3, 2016
cpvs
72200000

BACKGROUND The Cheshire & Warrington Growth Hub (run by Blue Orchid Enterprise Solutions Ltd) is in the process of completing a final application for the provision of the “Cheshire & Warrington Growth Hub and Grant Service”, a new ERDF programme to commence in mid-2016. The Cheshire & Warrington Growth Hub web site is found at www.candwgrowthhub.co.uk. Working with a number of partners across the Cheshire & Warrington sub-region, Blue Orchid is developing a delivery partner online MS CRM Dynamics Online 2016 performance and tracking system, but requires the services of external development consultants to provide additional functionality to support an in-house development function. Please note, response to this submission is at the sole cost of the supplier and is not an offer of employment. REQUIREMENTS OF THE BRIEF The requirements are as follows: • Ability to develop Security Rights (from CRM out the box solutions). • Provide on-site training and other support as required – work instructions/guidance notes. • Significant practical and technical experience in a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 on-line. • Experience with Java Scripts to customize UI/combination of Java Script and C sharp. • Experience creating Web Services. • Develop plug-ins for Dynamics CRM applications. • Development of various applications and reports. • Working knowledge of Fetch XML, SQL, SSRS and SQL Server. • Knowledge of integration with Power BI. • Developing web portals for CRM.

Environmental Consultant

Merseytravel | Published September 26, 2016  -  Deadline October 3, 2016
cpvs
71313000

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (Trading as Merseytravel) is seeking suitable Environmental / Waste Management Consulting Practices included on the Merseytravel Consultancy Framework to enter fee bids to provide technical and professional support to Merseytravel officers to ensure a positive outcome from an upcoming ISO 14001 external audit, scheduled for December 2016. The successful Consultant will initially be based in the Asset Management offices at Wallasey, Wirral. Please note: This is a call off from Merseytravel Consultancy Framework and only available to suppliers that have been previously evaluated and invited to joint the Framework.

Consultant to develop a new Housing Strategy for the Liverpool City Region

 | Published June 10, 2016  -  Deadline July 3, 2016
cpvs
79400000

Merseytravel invites tenders for the delivery of Liverpool City Region Housing Strategy (LCRHS). Please note that the beneficiary of the tendered services is the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Housing and Spatial Planning Board. The following vision has been agreed for the Liverpool City Region Housing Strategy: “To improve and increase the supply of good quality homes of the right tenure and type in appropriate locations in order to support the city region’s economic growth aspirations; to regenerate vulnerable neighbourhoods; and to support wider public sector reform.” In order to deliver this vision, it is envisaged that the Strategy will have the following themes and objectives, grouped around: Housing Growth: • Increasing supply of housing by 25,000 units over the next five years in a sustainable manner in order to support economic and household growth aspirations for the city region recognising the current position, the changes to funding and financing, and recognising also what Government housing policy is trying to achieve; and • An assessment of where people want to live and consider how the implications of this can be reconciled; Meeting Housing needs: • Identifying the best tenure mix of housing to meet housing needs across the LCR; • Meeting the housing needs of the most vulnerable groups, particularly where this links with health and social care needs; and • Responding to long‐term demographic changes ‐ A significant increase in older populations often with more complex needs. Improving existing neighbourhoods: • Improving the quality of the private rented sector; • Regenerating the city region’s vulnerable neighbourhoods in order to ensure they make a full contribution to, and benefit from, economic growth; and • addressing the issue of the city region’s ageing and poor quality housing stock which will improve socio-economic conditions in the city region (for example health, fuel poverty). Public Sector service reform • Support wider public sector reform, for example, around health and welfare reform; • Providing more effective housing related support and advice services; • Providing improved access to affordable housing, e.g. through improvements to Choice Based Letting services/schemes; and • Tackling all forms of homelessness including: Statutory homelessness, street homelessness and hidden homelessness

Feasibility Study : Wind Turbines and Solar Farms

Liverpool City Council | Published October 9, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
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09330000

Liverpool City Council seeks to contract a specialist consultant for an assessment of potential wind turbine capacity in the Liverpool urban area. The consultant should have previous experience of evaluating the feasibility of stand-alone/distributed onshore wind turbine installations, securing planning permission for UK based projects and securing revenues using the full range of potential incentives and electricity sale.

New Markets Consultant Support

THE WOMEN'S ORGANISATION | Published May 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
Winner
AMC Commercial
cpvs
80000000

We are currently seeking to work with up to three associate organisations or consultants to work with women entrepreneurs to achieve their ambition to significantly grow their businesses in the Liverpool City Region. The Women's Organisation anticipates working with providers with knowledge and experience of supporting growing businesses and having an understanding of the gender agenda in their work. The contract(s) will commence after award in April 2016 and be deliverable up to November 2018. Contract extension of time and value may be possible depending upon EU programme timelines up to March 2019. The Contract will be part funded by the European Union - European Regional Development Fund.

Theatre Consultant - Shakespeare North

Knowsley Council | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 30, 2016
cpvs
150000

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council in conjunction with Shakespeare North Trust are seeking lump sum tenders (presented as a detailed resource plan for the project and identifying hourly rates) for the provision of professional design services for the creation of Shakespeare North, a new historic...ultant requirements, critical to this is the ability to work with and respond positively to the whole design team which will be lead by a Lead Architect in conjunction with the appointed Project Manager and the in house Programme Team. The procurement of this team is currently being facilitated.

Advice Skills Academy Consultant Tender

THE WOMEN'S ORGANISATION | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
cpvs
79410000

We are seeking to procure a suitable provider of strategic direction and specialist advice and support on all aspects of the Advice Skills Academy Programme across the Liverpool City Region up to the total value of £30,000. The Advice Skills Academy is a 3 year ESF funded project running from October 2016 to September 2019 (subject to change control approval); to be delivered across the Liverpool City Region by a consortium of local Citizens Advice Services, managed by the Women's Organisation. The project will develop and deliver an integrated curriculum of accredited and non-accredited training to expand and develop the workforce for specialist advice services within the voluntary and private sectors. It will deliver interventions that: Address higher level skills shortages in specialist advice services. Provide training and support for people within the workforce to improve skills, progression, knowledge and productivity. Provide training and a support routeway for disadvantaged groups seeking to access further job opportunities in the sector. Improve management, leadership and progression capacity. Promote equality by improving the progression prospects of women within the workforce. Create a positive, innovative and sustainable culture of learning and development in local Citizens Advice Services across the Liverpool City Region.

Acoustic Engineer Consultant - Shakespeare North

Knowsley Council | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 30, 2016
cpvs
150000

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council in conjunction with Shakespeare North Trust are seeking lump sum tenders (presented as a detailed resource plan for the project and identifying hourly rates) for the provision of professional design services for the creation of Shakespeare North, a new historic...sultant requirements, critical to this is the ability to work with and respond positively to the whole design team which will be lead by a Lead Architect in conjunction with the appointed Project Manager and the in house Programme Team. The procurement of this team is currently being facilitated

Advice Skills Academy Consultant Tender

THE WOMEN'S ORGANISATION | Published April 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
Winner
Helen Simpson UK
cpvs
79410000

We are seeking to procure a suitable provider of strategic direction and specialist advice and support on all aspects of the Advice Skills Academy Programme across the Liverpool City Region up to the total value of £30,000. The Advice Skills Academy is a 3 year ESF funded project running from October 2016 to September 2019 (subject to change control approval); to be delivered across the Liverpool City Region by a consortium of local Citizens Advice Services, managed by the Women's Organisation. The project will develop and deliver an integrated curriculum of accredited and non-accredited training to expand and develop the workforce for specialist advice services within the voluntary and private sectors. It will deliver interventions that: Address higher level skills shortages in specialist advice services. Provide training and support for people within the workforce to improve skills, progression, knowledge and productivity. Provide training and a support routeway for disadvantaged groups seeking to access further job opportunities in the sector. Improve management, leadership and progression capacity. Promote equality by improving the progression prospects of women within the workforce. Create a positive, innovative and sustainable culture of learning and development in local Citizens Advice Services across the Liverpool City Region.

Call - off from Merseytravel Consultancy framework - Commission to deliver projects in line with the aspiration of the Bus Alliance and KRN initiatives

 | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline September 5, 2016
cpvs
34000000

Please note: This is a call off from the Merseytravel Mechanical & Electrical Framework valid until 31/010/17 and available to supplier on this framework only:Development of Bus Alliance Schemes and Key Route Network Summary of Commission Brief to appoint consultants from the Highway and Civil Framework to undertake a series of tasks associated with the key aspects in support of the initiatives above. Scope There are four principal activities covering the scope of brief:- 1. Traffic Signal Condition Survey – this is to cover sites across the Liverpool City Region (LCR), concentrating initially on those that exist on the Key Route Network (KRN). The output from this part of the commission will be a spread sheet identifying each individual location, the status, condition, age and signal type. This information will be used to inform the ITS Bus Priority and the Asset Management Plan (AMP) being developed for the KRN. 2. ITS Bus Priority– this will require consultants to determine the appropriate ITS Specification (in line with that already implemented under STEP for the A57) and undertake a before and after survey based on bus service 10A, again to match that being undertaken by Amey on behalf of LCC. 3. Red Route Trial - the consultant will be asked to prepare a implementation plan to test the possible application of Red Route TRO’s for a trial period of 2-3 weeks in either Liverpool or another compatible radial route elsewhere. 4. Bus Black Spot – Tuebrook – the consultant will be asked to compile evidence to assess the scale of the problem and develop highway designs to address the issue in liaison with Liverpool CC. Assuming that a preferred option can be agreed, the consultant will then undertake the detail design and prepare tender documentation to allow this scheme to be implemented.

Marine Consultant for New Mersey Ferry

Merseytravel | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
cpvs
34500000

The procurement of the new vessel will be carried out in 2 phases. A Marine / Naval architect is required to undertake the activites in each of the phases below: Phase 1 - Outline Design , due to run for 1-6 months Phase 2 - Detailed Design and Construction, due to run for 18 months

Professional Services for the Principal Inspection of Kingsway Approach Road Retaining Walls. 7 Bridges Kingsway Tunnel Estate, Liverpool & Wallasey

 | Published July 26, 2016
cpvs
71000000

This is a Call-off from the Merseytravel Consultancy Framework Lot 4 Civil & Structural Engineering. The scope for these services is for a structural engineer to carry out principal inspections of the Kingsway Approach Road retaining walls in Liverpool and Wallasey and the seven bridges located in Wallasey on the Kingsway Tunnel estate and to provide a detailed report. The consultant is required to provide a price for plant and equipment in the schedule. It is essential that the consultant visits site during the quotation stage to fully appreciate the task. The consultant is required to undertake the following services:- Provide a detailed programme for the detailed surveys; Carry out appropriate risk assessments and method statements relevant to the inspection of each structure and ensure competent and suitably trained staff are engaged on the inspection service; Identification of resources required for inspection of each structure including staff, equipment, traffic management and access plant; Procurement and administration of contracts for specialist site investigations and factual reports; Preparation of interpretive reports on site investigations; Detailed inspection of structures to Principal Bridge Inspection standards; Preparation and submission of detailed Principal Inspection Reports for each structure; Where required preparation and submission of Feasibility Report, supplementary to Principal Inspection Report, identifying work scope and cost estimates. The consultant should advise on the most cost effective solution to any repairs as detailed in item 3 (Objectives) below and Identify timescales under which any repairs need to be undertaken. Provision of access plant and/or equipment hire and arrangements for access

Sensor City Liverpool Ltd - Cost Management Consultants

Sensor City Liverpool Ltd (c/o Liverpool John Moores University) | Published December 3, 2014  -  Deadline December 17, 2014
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71244000

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and the University of Liverpool have created a Joint Venture company - Sensor City Liverpool Ltd. The objective is to establish a unique sensor-systems business incubator focused on creating, nurturing and establishing commercially-viable, hi-tech companies. Over a ten-year period the aim is to drive growth locally and beyond, creating a cluster of over 300 businesses and over 1,000 jobs in emerging technologies The project will develop a bespoke 2,500m2 new building located in the Copperas Hill redevelopment zone at the heart of the Liverpool Knowledge Quarter (KQ) – a designated Mayoral Development Zone that is a prime location for business incubation adjacent to the two universities, the business district and transport links. The new building should provide flexible laboratory space to allow different sized companies to work alongside each other with dedicated write up and office space. The building should encourage collaboration and provide opportunities for the client to demonstrate the new technologies being developed. LJMU will be administering this procurement exercise on behalf of Sensor City Liverpool Ltd – which will be the designated contracting authority. It is intended that this project will be subject to funding from the European Regional development Fund. The appointed consultant will be expected to assist with this task and provide any information for grant funding bodies such as ERDF, HLF, LEP, and UEZ. The project is partially funded through the UK Government Department for Business Innovation & Skills funding.

Cobalt - Health and Safety Consultancy Services 2016 - 20

 | Published June 14, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
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71317200

Cobalt Housing is seeking to appoint a single provider to provide Health and Safety Consultancy Services. Cobalt is currently investigating the opportunity to form a stand – alone, local Community Focussed Housing Association. This work will conclude during the summer and the project has been named ‘Fit for Independence’. The results will be evaluated when the work is concluded. In effect, this might lead Cobalt to de-merger from SHG into a stand-alone Housing Association. In light of these events the Cobalt Board of Management have asked for an external health & safety consultant to help with - • Review any gaps in our Health & Safety position as a GMO part of the Symphony Housing Group • Develop a plan of action with officers of Cobalt if any gaps identified • Deliver the interim role of Competent / Responsible person required – if gaps are found • Develop a plan of action required if Cobalt were successful in becoming “Fit for Independence”, to fill the current responsibilities in the Symphony Health and Safety Policy • Identify a Health & Safety action plan for Cobalt Plus, identifying any risks if the service was to expand. In addition to office based staff, Cobalt has 26 operatives potentially increasing to 40 in late 2016. The operatives are in team referred to as Cobalt Plus providing a range of services including gardening, handyperson, painting, plastering, flagging, void works. We estimate a yearly spend of approximately £20,000 net of VAT for the duration of the contract.