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SeaMore Digital Consultant

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE ROYAL NAVY | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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92000000

The NMRN wishes to appoint a consultant(s) to work with the Museum team to create a 'Digital Collections and Engagement Strategy' for the SeaMore project to achieve one of our key aims: 'To transform access to our uniquely diverse and comprehensive heritage allowing people to enjoy the newest national collection'. Further details can be found in the attached brief or provided on request.

Planning Consultancy — City Deal Sites.

Portsmouth City Council | Published December 8, 2015
Winner
Savills (UK) Limited
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71410000, 71356400, 71311300, 71313000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Council’) has awarded a contract for strategic masterplanning and associated services. The services are required to support the delivery of development at sites located at Tipner and Horsea Island. The successful consultant may also be called upon to provide additional services to support development at other City sites to ensure that development across the City is strategically coordinated. The contract was awarded during October 2015 and will commenced during November 2015. In respect of the Tipner and Horsea Island sites the Council is targeting submission of a planning application is submitted by the end of 2016 or that a Local Development Order is in place by a similar date if that is determined to be the better delivery model. The value of the contract has been priced on an indicative basis at 1 800 140 GBP but may rise to approximately 3 000 000 in the event surveys are commissioned directly via the successful consultant and / or additional services are called upon to co-ordinate delivery with other strategic redevelopment City sites.

Planning consultancy — Dunsbury Hill Farm.

Portsmouth City Council | Published January 30, 2015
Winner
Peter Brett Associates LLP
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71410000, 71356400

Portsmouth City Council — the Council — has awarded a contract for professional planning services. The successful consultant will be required under the contract to discharge all required pre-commencement conditions for a new strategic employment site of over 60 000 sq. m, together with access road at Dunsbury Hill Farm (DHF), Havant. The contract was awarded on 6.1.2014 and will run up until the point that work commences on the construction of the new access road which is currently scheduled for April 2015.

Project management consultancy services

University of Portsmouth | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017
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72224000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100

The University Executive Board has approved, in principle, the establishment of a University of Portsmouth office in Delhi. It is envisaged that this office will include 2 members of staff, provisionally titled ‘India Regional Director’ and ‘India Administrative Officer’. The staff of this office will work closely with the Business Development Consultant to be renamed ‘India Marketing Officer based in Mumbai.

In establishing an office in Delhi, the University's aims are to increase student recruitment through increased brand recognition and the establishment of effective academic partnerships with Indian institutions for the delivery of on campus student recruitment numbers and off campus delivery.

See Main Project Description.

Fire and explosion protection and control consultancy services

First Wessex | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Lawes Marsh
cpvs
71317100

First Wessex seeks a Consultant to undertake a Fire Risk Assessment for each of our new build, managed communal areas, depots and offices across its operational area of Hampshire.

First Wessex have awarded their Fire Risk Assessment Consultancy Contract to Lawes Marsh.

It is FW's intention to tender for a 3 + 2 year contract.

First Wessex seeks a Consultant to undertake a Fire Risk Assessment for each of our new build, managed communal areas, depots and offices across its operational area of Hampshire.

FRA's are required under the following circumstances:

— Pre occupation and Design plan;

— Scheduled as part programmed frequency;

— Requested by FW due to an incident or emergency;

— Requested by FW as a follow up of an existing FRA when actions are complete.

FW have approximately 850 FRA's in their database of various reassessment frequencies depending on the property type and current risk rating. This number will vary as some properties may be disposed of or demolished and other new schemes are added.

Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Consultancy Services — Framework Agreement, Southern England.

Portsmouth City Council | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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71240000, 71222000, 71250000, 71300000, 71322000, 71324000, 71325000, 71330000, 71600000, 71310000, 71350000, 71500000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Authority’) is undertaking a procurement exercise on behalf of the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP) to establish a framework agreement for the provision of specialist consultancy services. The agreement will be used to commission specialist services to support the delivery of a programme of flood and coastal erosion protection projects across the coastal areas of Central Southern England, ranging from Dorset in the West to Worthing in the East. The Authority is seeking to establish a multi-supplier framework compromising of 6 consultancies. Each consultant must have the ability to provide comprehensive multi-disciplinary services within the role of lead consultant. The Authority is targeting to have awarded the agreement by mid-March 2016. The framework will run for an initial term of four years with the option to extend in increments to be agreed up to a maximum term of 8 years. The value of total work let under the agreement over the maximum 8 year term may range from 6 500 000 GBP to 40 000 000 GBP. The lower value is based upon the forward programme of work anticipated for Portsmouth City Council only, whilst the higher takes account of potential work from the other 20 named authorities. These values should be treated as guides and the true value may actually be higher or lower based upon take up by Authorities and progression of Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management schemes. The ESCP is made up of the following member Local Authorities: — Portsmouth City Council; — Fareham Borough Council; — Havant Borough Council; — Gosport Borough Council. In addition to the ESCP members a further 17 Local Authorities and Harbour Authorities from across the South of England have also expressed interest in accessing the framework agreement once operational, being: — Havant Borough Council, — Gosport Borough Council, — Fareham Borough Council, — Chichester District Council, — Eastleigh Borough Council, — Southampton City Council, — New Forest District Council, — Christchurch Borough Council, — Purbeck District Council, — Adur District Council, — Worthing Borough Council, — Dorset County Council, — Isle of Wight Council, — Borough of Poole, — West Dorset District Council, — Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, — North Dorset District Council, — East Dorset District Council, — Arun District Council, — Chichester Harbour Conservancy, — Langstone Harbour Board. In letting the framework the Authority is also concurrently inviting tenders for the design of coastal defences at North Portsea Island. The value of the works contract is estimated at approx. 40 000 000 GBP and is targeted to commence on site during April 2017. The value of the design work package, which forms part of this procurement, is estimated at approximately 1 000 000 GBP with service delivery commencement required shortly after award of the overarching framework agreement. The deadline for submission of requests for clarification is 28.1.2016 23:59 and the deadline for submission of tenders is 5.2.2016 14:00 with interviews being held if required for verification the week commencing 22.2.2016. For further information and instruction please refer to the InTend system via: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/home

Procurement consultancy services

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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79418000

Provision of consultancy services for support in the purchase of an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solution and associated services for Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

Bids are invited for the provision of consultancy services for support in the purchase of an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solution and associated services to meet the operational and clinical requirements of Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust and potentially Isle of Wight NHS Trust to which the IT and procurement departments provide services.

Bids should also include consideration of the possibility of wider use of the resulting EMR solution by other NHS Trusts in whole or in part, perhaps as a consequence of the NHS Future Operating Model, Sustainability and Transformation Plans or other initiatives on a local, regional or national level, or of wider use of the EMR solution contract by other Trusts in whole or in part.

The Trust requires that the successful Consultancy service brings resources and specific expertise and that it provides product specific specialism to the project team. Amongst other requirements as detailed in the ITT documentation the Consultancy must have:

— Demonstrable experience of a successful procurement project which in turn resulted in the successful implementation (whether or not you were involved in this stage) of an EMR solution, ideally at an NHS acute trust;

— Experience and familiarity with running procurement projects through an OJEU Competitive Dialogue procedure, a Competitive Procedure with Negotiation or other complex procurement processes;

— Knowledge and experience of different models of contracts for IT solution and transformation services, including those in which payments are linked either to delivery of product or of cash-releasing savings and the implications of these for the parties to the contracts.

The contract will remain in place subject to the completion of each 1 of the successive specified milestones, the final 1 of which ends with the successful award of contracts for an EMR solution and associated services, currently expected to be in September 2018.

The estimated value of this contract for the purpose of both this OJEU Contract Notice and the Trust's internal Business Case is 180 000 GBP excluding VAT. Bidders should note that this is not a target figure, however bids that are unaffordable may be excluded from the process.

The submission of the Bidder's offer will be subject to the NHS South of England Procurement Services' Conditions of Contract for the Supply of Consultancy Services included within the tender documents.

An OJEU Prior Information Notice for this opportunity was despatched on 7.12.2016, and published on 9.12.2016 under publication number 2016/S 238-433465.

Procurement consultancy services

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust | Published December 9, 2016
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79418000

Consultancy Services for Procurement of an Electronic Medical Record Solution.

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (PHT), through NHS South of England Procurement Services (SoEPS), is seeking expressions of interest from consultancies wishing to support PHT's procurement of an Electronic Patient Record (EPR) / Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solution as part of its eHospital programme.

This is not a call for competition — PHT is not seeking detailed proposals at this stage but is looking to better understand the potential market interest and available consultancies capable of supporting the Trust. There is no commitment on the part of the Trust or respondents to this PIN.

To register your interest in this project and to obtain the request for information and supporting documents please visit the South of England Procurement Services In-Tend e-tendering portal at:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/soepsprovider/aspx/Home

Design consultancy services

University of Portsmouth Higher Education Corporation trading as University of Portsmouth | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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79415200, 79933000, 79342000

The University of Portsmouth has an opportunity for a Design Agency to assist the University in effectively delivering and implementing the new University brand visual identity.

Please Note: The actual design of the University logo, or development of the brand proposition, is not in scope of this Contract.

Please register on the University of Portsmouth's e-Procurement portal, In-Tend (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/port/aspx/Home) for further details and to Express an Interest in this opportunity. Once you have expressed an interest in this tender you will automatically have access to download the tender documentation from In-Tend.

The University of Portsmouth has an opportunity for a Supplier to provide Design Agency Services, to assist the University of Portsmouth in effectively delivering and implementing the new University brand visual identity.

Please note: The actual design of the University logo, or development of the brand proposition, is not in scope of this Contract.

Full details can be found by registering and expressing an interest in this tender on the University of Portsmouth e-Procurement portal In-Tend; https://in-tendhost.co.uk/port/aspx/Home

Construction consultancy services

Portsmouth City Council | Published January 20, 2017
Winner
Wessex Site Inspection Ltd
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71530000, 71311000, 71315200

Portsmouth City Council — ‘The Authority’ — has awarded a contract for the delivery of clerk of works services to support the Authority on 3 upcoming residential construction projects.

The Authority reserves the right to utilise the resulting contract to support the delivery of additional construction projects as required.

The total value of work that may be let via the contract is estimated to range from 80 000 - 300 000 GBP dependent upon the tenders received and the materialisation of further projects.

Portsmouth City Council — ‘the Authority’ — has awarded a contract for the delivery of clerk of works services.

The 3 sites and associated construction contract values as currently estimated are:

— Land to the rear of 2-56 Blendworth Crescent, Havant 7 300 000 GBP.

— Land adjacent Riders Junior School and Kingsclere Avenue, Havant 6 500 000 GBP.

— Ivy Close site (former Arthur Pope House and Somerstown Health Centre site, Blackfriars Close), Portsmouth 8 000 000 GBP.

The Authority reserves the right to utilise the resulting contract to support the delivery of additional construction projects as required.

The total value of work that may be let via the contract is estimated to range from 80 000 - 400 000 GBP dependent upon the tenders received and further projects.

The duration of the contract is estimated to last 18 months based upon current construction programmes. The Authority reserves the right to extend the contract term by a further 24 months in increments to be agreed.

Construction consultancy services

Portsmouth City Council | Published October 28, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
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71530000, 71311000, 71315200

Portsmouth City Council — ‘the Authority’ — is inviting tenders for the delivery of clerk of works services to support the Authority on 3 upcoming residential construction projects.

Design consultancy services

University of Portsmouth | Published May 6, 2017  -  Deadline June 5, 2017
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79415200

The University of Portsmouth approved an Estate Masterplan Framework in November 2016 setting out its aspirations for the longer term development of the estate. One of the early projects identified within the Masterplan is a new indoor sports facility. The University is now looking to appoint a multi-disciplinary design team to develop the brief and provide full design services for the project.

To Express an Interest in this project please register on the University of Portsmouth In-Tend webpage and express an interest in this project. Please find the weblink for our webpage below:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/port/

Wayfarer Consortium Consultants Framework 2014.

First Wessex | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
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45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000

The Wayfarer Consortium are seeking Consultants to form a framework agreement as detailed in the specification.

Activity Planner - SeaMore Project

The National Museum Royal Navy | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
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92521000

In May 2016 the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) was awarded a Round 1 pass by the Heritage Lottery Fund for the GBP17.1m project, 'Sea More: sharing the newest national collection'. The NMRN now wishes to appoint a consultant / consultants to work with the Museum team to create the Activity Plan which will be at the centre of our Round 2 application.

Project management consultancy services

The National Museum Royal Navy | Published January 6, 2017
Winner
Artelia Project UK Ltd
cpvs
72224000

Project Management services for HLF main batch project round 2 bid.

In April 2016 the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) received a Round 1 pass from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to develop the transformative ‘SeaMore’ project.

This brief sets out the project management services which the NMRN now wishes to procure for the project. The initial appointment for services will cover the Development Phase of the project and the preparation of the documents and plans required for a successful Round 2 application (currently anticipated for submission in July 2017).

Project management consultancy services

The National Museum Royal Navy | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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Project management consultancy services

Planning Consultancy — City Deal Sites.

Portsmouth City Council | Published August 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 24, 2015
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71410000, 71356400, 71311300, 71313000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Council’) is inviting tenders from suitably qualified planning consultancies to work with the Council to produce a masterplan including infrastructure to support the creation of new communities. In November 2013, Portsmouth and Southampton signed a joint ‘City Deal’ with central government. The initiative is intended to remove barriers to, and accelerate and increase, investment into the two cities to achieve economic growth, create jobs and new housing. Underpinning the City Deal agreement is the proposal to maximise the impact of marine and maritime assets by unlocking critical employment and housing sites. In Portsmouth, the key sites are located at Tipner and Horsea Island. The masterplan will inform the submission of a planning application reflecting the masterplan outcomes. Alternatively consideration will be given to the use of a Local Development Order/Heritage Local Development Order to bring forward this brownfield site. In parallel the masterplan will be informed by market information and specialist understanding of water frontage development to ensure that the final scheme is viable and maximises the opportunity to create a marine and maritime hub. The application or Local Development Order will be structured in a way that will enable a number of different delivery models. The masterplan will make the most of the opportunities provided by the City Deal sites and their unique location within Portsmouth Harbour. The successful organisation will also be required to provide for further related services to support the delivery of this strategic project. The Council is seeking a team that will work with the Council and key stakeholders to help shape the development of the area. For Portsmouth the quantum of development that Tipner and Horsea will deliver is on a scale that the City has not seen before. It is vital for the environmental, economic and social development of the City that any development is truly sustainable, innovative and of the highest quality. Careful consideration needs to be given to the way the development is shaped to ensure that the scheme starts to create a sustainable community at the beginning of the development, but is also flexible to enable different delivery options. The team needs to bring with it innovation and creativity to work with the Council to ensure that the structure of the planning application delivers the vision for the area. The Council is intending to award the contract to the successful bidder by 9.11.2015 and requires commencement of services as soon as is practically possible following award. The aim is that the planning application is submitted by the end of 2016 or that a Local Development Order is in place by a similar date if that is determined to be the better delivery model. Estimated value of the contract is 1 250 000-2 500 000 GBP. In respect of the procurement process the following indicative timescale and deadlines apply: — Deadline for requests for clarification: 10.9.2015 23:59 — Tender return deadline: 24.9.2015 14:00 — Interviews & presentations: 19-20.10.2015 — Notification of preferred bidder and standstill start: 30.10.2015 — Contract award: 9.11.2015 Tender documentation can be accessed via the Council's e-sourcing system InTend at the following web address: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/home

Wayfarer Consortium Consultants Framework 2014/2015.

First Wessex | Published July 28, 2015
Winner
PRP ArchitectsLimited
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45000000, 71000000

The Wayfarer Consortium sought consultants to form a framework agreement as detailed in Contract Notice 2014/S 242-426318.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Portsmouth City Council | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline April 20, 2017
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79400000, 71311200, 72221000, 72224000, 73000000, 79410000, 79411100

Solent LEP, via it's accountable body Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Council’), is seeking suitably qualified independent expertise to develop the following work package:

I. A DfT WebTAG compliant Outline Business Case for Solent Metro Phase 1;

II. A report describing and appraising financing options for infrastructure delivery, management, and operation of Solent Metro Phase 1, with a preferred option.

III. A report providing a high level review of all phases of Solent Metro to include prioritisation of future phases to maximise economic benefits for Solent.

IV. Completion of an application for the LEP to submit to DfT for construction funding for Solent Metro Phase 1 in December 2017.

V. A dedicated resource to provide capacity in the LEP office to coordinate the delivery of items i-iv (above), including engagement with stakeholders.

The available capped budget for this project is 900 000 GBP and the work is expected to be completed within 12 months.

The Solent LEP is commissioning this work through its Accountable Body, Portsmouth City Council.

Bidders are asked to submit copies of their proposal, by 15:00 on 20.4.2017, via the Portsmouth City Council In-Tend system according to the process outlined at the following link:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/Home

An indicative activity timetable for the preparation of this commission is provided below:

Activity Date

W/C 8.5.2017: Inception meeting.

12.5.2017: Contract start date.

Early September 2017: Initial draft Solent Metro Phase 1 OBC; Initial report providing a high level review of all phases of Solent Metro to include prioritisation of future phases to maximise economic benefits for Solent. Draft financing report for Solent Metro Phase 1, for consideration by Solent LEP Funding, Finance and Performance Management Group.

6.10.2017: Final draft Solent Metro Phase 1 OBC; Final report providing a high level review of all phases of Solent Metro to include prioritisation of future phases to maximise economic benefits for Solent. Final draft financing report for Solent Metro Phase 1 for consideration by Solent LEP Board.

31.10.2017: Final Solent Metro Phase 1 OBC; Final report providing a high level review of all phases of Solent Metro to include prioritisation of future phases to maximise economic benefits for Solent; Final financing report for Solent Metro Phase 1.

30.11.2017: Completion of application for Solent LEP to submit to DfT for construction funding under large majors.

Provision should be made for monthly meetings with the Steering Group, as well as attendance at one Solent LEP Funding, Finance and Performance Management Group meeting, and attendance at on LEP Board meeting.

Fire and explosion protection and control consultancy services

First Wessex | Published October 22, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
cpvs
71317100

The key aspects of the service shall include the following: