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GB-Bradford: 0626 Digial Media Consultant

 | Published July 18, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
cpvs
79900000

To appoint a consultant to develop and deliver the external industry relationships (commercial, educational and funding) that are key to the strategic targets of the University's Working Academy.

Multi-Disciplinary Consultant Team for Residential Scheme at Belmont Road, Grays

 | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 23, 2016
cpvs
71000000

Thurrock Council, on behalf of its wholly owned development company Gloriana Thurrock Limited, is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified multi-disciplinary integrated consultant team to support its proposal to develop a new residential scheme on Belmont Road, Grays. A full planning application has been submitted and the consultant team will be required to review this submission, make any amendments as required and then progress the scheme through to completion from RIBA stage 3/4 onwards.

Multi-Disciplinary Consultant Team (RIBA Stage 3-6) for the National College Building at High House

Thurrock Council | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
cpvs
71220000, 71000000, 71210000, 71200000, 71242000, 71240000, 71221000, 71250000, 71324000, 79415200

Architectural design services. Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Advisory architectural services. Architectural and related services. Project and design preparation, estimation of costs. Architectural, engineering and planning services. Architectural services for buildings. Architectural, engineering and surveying services. Quantity surveying services. Design consultancy services. High House Production Park Ltd. (HHPP) is seeking to appoint a coordinated professional team (the Consultant), headed by a single nominated company acting as Lead Consultant, in a phased commission, to complete the detailed design of the proposed National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries building, obtain planning consent and other statutory approvals, prepare tender documentation and manage the procurement process to secure a works contractor and act as Employers Agent / Contract Administrator to monitor and manage the project works through to final completion.

The professional team should include the following disciplines:

Client Advisers, Project Lead (Project Manager/Lead Consultant), Architect, Lead Designer, Building Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer, Cost Consultant (Quantity Surveying), Contract Administrator / Employers Agent, CDM Principal Designer, CDM Client Adviser, Fire Engineering Consultants and BREEAM Assessor.

Multi-Disciplinary Consultant Team (RIBA Stage 3-6) for the National College Building at High House Production Park, Vellacott Close, Off London Road, Purfleet RM19 1RJ

 | Published April 11, 2016
Winner
The Regeneration Practice Ltd.
cpvs
71220000

High House Production Park Ltd. (HHPP) is seeking to appoint a coordinated professional team (the Consultant), headed by a single nominated company acting as Lead Consultant, in a phased commission, to complete the detailed design of the proposed National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries building, obtain planning consent and other statutory approvals, prepare tender documentation and manage the procurement process to secure a works contractor and act as Employers Agent / Contract Administrator to monitor and manage the project works through to final completion. The professional team should include the following disciplines: Client Advisers, Project Lead (Project Manager/Lead Consultant), Architect, Lead Designer, Building Services Engineer, Civil & Structural Engineer, Cost Consultant (Quantity Surveying), Contract Administrator / Employers Agent, CDM Principal Designer, CDM Client Adviser, Fire Engineering Consultants and BREEAM Assessor.

Multi-Disciplinary Consultant Team (RIBA Stage 3-6) for the National College Building at High House Production Park, Vellacott Close, Off London Road, Purfleet RM19 1RJ.

Thurrock Council | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
cpvs
71220000, 71000000, 71210000, 71200000, 71242000, 71240000, 71221000, 71250000, 71324000, 79415200

Architectural design services. Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Advisory architectural services. Architectural and related services. Project and design preparation, estimation of costs. Architectural, engineering and planning services. Architectural services for buildings. Architectural, engineering and surveying services. Quantity surveying services. Design consultancy services. High House Production Park Ltd. (HHPP) is seeking to appoint a coordinated professional team (the Consultant), headed by a single nominated company acting as Lead Consultant, in a phased commission, to complete the detailed design of the proposed National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries building, obtain planning consent and other statutory approvals, prepare tender documentation and manage the procurement process to secure a works contractor and act as Employers Agent / Contract Administrator to monitor and manage the project works through to final completion.

The professional team should include the following disciplines:

Client Advisers, Project Lead (Project Manager/Lead Consultant), Architect, Lead Designer, Building Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer, Cost Consultant (Quantity Surveying), Contract Administrator / Employers Agent, CDM Principal Designer, CDM Client Adviser, Fire Engineering Consultants and BREEAM Assessor.

PP17028 - Economic Evidence Consultant

Wolverhampton City Council | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 16, 2017
cpvs
800000, 811200

The City of Wolverhampton is seeking an economic consultant in order to: Collate the key evidence base for the City in order to support the development of a city wide financial plan. Complete a strategic analysis of the evidence base. Work closely with council staff and partners to deliver a sustainable way of maintaining the evidence base and analysis.

NHS Wakefield CCG Community MSK Services (including Community Consultant-Led Orthopaedics)

 | Published April 15, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
cpvs
85100000

NHS Wakefield is procuring a community MSK service to support its longer term plans for MSK services across the District. The future vision for MSK services in Wakefield includes: • Good outcomes for patients and good patient experience • Integrated services • Clear, well managed patient flows and clinical pathways • Accurate and early diagnosis • Embedding supported self-care and physical activity • Reducing duplication • Care closer to home • Accurate and timely data to support service development The Community MSK service will be part of this longer term vision, providing a community based service with access to community consultant-led orthopaedics - preferably within the same locations. The service will provide comprehensive, evidence based MSK services for the triage, assessment and treatment of muscle ligament and non-operative orthopaedic and rheumatology conditions. This will include: • Provisions of new and follow-up appointments • Full assessment and physical examination as clinically appropriate • Diagnosis and treatment where applicable by a specialist doctor or a specialist physiotherapist • Injection treatments • Referral to other services as appropriate The provider of this service will ensure: • Efficient access and management of new and follow-up appointments • A commitment to developing innovative pathways and best practice MSK services within a community setting • Delivery of local and national waiting time targets • Consistently high standards of service provision and delivery • A high quality service demonstrated through patient feedback

Sports Facilities - Appointment of Professional Services Multidisciplinary Team

 | Published February 26, 2016
Winner
Rex Procter & Partners
cpvs
71000000

This contract is for consultancy services for a project manager / main consultant and a sub-consultant multidisciplinary design team for the design and administration of the construction contract for phase one of the Council's investment in sports facilities. The closure, demolition and marketing / disposal or otherwise of facilities declared surplus by the Council as a result of its investment are outside the scope of this contract. Phase one of the Council's investment comprises a new Bradford City Centre swimming pool, and a South Bradford community sports centre and swimming pool (facilitating the closure of Richard Dunn Sports Centre and Bowling Swimming Pool). The Council, 'the Employer' is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and qualified project manager / main consultant, 'the Consultant' who will provide and manage a sub consultant multi-disciplinary team, comprising the minimum core services of an architect, quantity surveyor, building services engineer, and structural and civil engineer, plus all other specialist designers, and consultant advisors for completion of surveys and impact assessments. The health and safety advisor / principle designer service (under the CDM Regulations 2015) will be provided directly by the Employer. The health and safety advisor / principle designer will work with the multidisciplinary team taking instruction from the Consultant as necessary.

Multi-Disciplinary Consultant Team for Residential Scheme at Belmont Road, Grays

Thurrock Council | Published October 23, 2016
Winner
Airey Miller Partnership LLP
cpvs
71000000

Thurrock Council, on behalf of its wholly owned development company Gloriana Thurrock Limited, sought to appoint a suitably qualified multi-disciplinary integrated consultant team to support its proposal to develop a new residential scheme on Belmont Road, Grays. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CONTRACT HAS BEEN AWARDED.

Referral Triage Service.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published February 18, 2015
cpvs
85000000

NHS Birmingham Cross City CCG are in the process of developing a commissioning strategy for a consultant led referral triage service. As well as triaging referrals, this service is expected to also include education/up skilling of primary care and resourcing GP membership to manage activity as result of triage referrers providing advice and guidance for conservative management within general practice. Currently it is expected that the referral triage services will need to be able to cover a wide range of elective specialities. The potential number of referrals into this service could be circa 45 000 per annum across all specialities. Please note however that this indicative activity figure is currently a broad estimate and is subject to change. Following on from the PIN published in November 2014, Birmingham Cross City CCG is seeking to undertake additional market engagement to obtain feedback from the market in relation to certain aspects of the referral triage service potentially to be commissioned (Initially this may be as a 12-18 month pilot/short term contract). The service/pilot would aim to deliver following outcomes: — Improve quality of referrals through effective triage; — Eliminating inappropriate referral activity through patients being seen in the right setting first time; — Up skilling of general practice in specific disease areas through CPD and education supported by consultant feedback; — Improved patient experience and satisfaction by patient been seen in appropriate setting first time. — Production of robust intelligence to inform future commissioning decisions; — To test and evaluate proof of concept particularly in regard to the feasibility of managing the demand for hospital-based outpatient services. Service Description: The service/pilot would provide clinical assessment by experienced and specially trained consultants in defined specialities who would triage referral letters from general practice and then send back to the GP for conservative management or onward referral to secondary care, promoting choice through national Choose & Book system. To avoid delays, triage of referrals will be undertaken in 2 working days. To up skill in specific disease areas, provider will be required to support education and training of primary care in management of specific disease areas within general practice. Success Factors: The CCG expects that providers would have the following capability: — Independent and impartial clinicians who have experience and knowledge of UK healthcare system. — Have access facilities to accept referrals via choose and book and make onward referrals via Choose & Book. — Have functionality which allows interoperability of clinical system with CCG NHS IT systems to allow information flows efficiently and securely across the designated and implemented pathways using NHS N3 connection. — Ability to offer 7 day working.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Thurrock Council | Published October 22, 2016
Winner
Airey Miller Partnership LLP
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71400000, 71210000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000, 71242000, 71251000, 71221000, 71541000, 71324000, 79415200

Thurrock Council, on behalf of its wholly owned development company Gloriana Thurrock Limited, sought to appoint a suitably qualified multi-disciplinary integrated consultant team to support its proposal to develop a new residential scheme on Belmont Road, Grays.

WP3314 - Consultancy Support for an Enterprise Resource Planning System

Walsall Council e-Tendering | Published April 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 14, 2017
cpvs
72600000

The Council wishes to engage a consultant that can provide the Council with a documented full functional specification for a cloud based ERP solution and other support to assist in the procurement process. As there is the opportunity for the consultant to be involved in the tender process the organisation awarded this contract will be prohibited from being involved in the implementation of the resulting ERP system. Walsall Council is considering the procurement and implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that combines HRD and Financial systems that will generate performance improvements and cost savings for the Council. MHR iTrent, the current Human Resources and Development (HRD) system which supports HRD transactional processing including payroll and self service capabilities, comes to the end of its current contractual arrangement in July 2018 although there is the opportunity to extend the contract the Council. Managed support for the council's finance system Oracle E-Business Suite Financials also reaches end of contract in December 2018. The relative contemporaneous contract timelines of both of these corporate systems provides an opportunity to assess if performance improvements and cost savings could be achieved by replacing both the HRD and Finance systems with a single Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution.

Tier 2 and Macular Community Ophthalmology Service

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published April 19, 2016
cpvs
85121281

NHS Greater Preston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver a high quality, comprehensive and efficient community based Tier 2 and Macular (Wet AMD and other similar conditions such as Diabetic Macular Oedema (DMO) and Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO)) Ophthalmology service.

The existing contract for the Tier 2 service is due for renewal and Wet AMD treatment is currently not provided locally. This opportunity has been used to review what is currently delivered and expand the service model that is provided for patients; including a Wet AMD treatment service locally and to include the utilisation of Anti VEGF treatments for DMO and RVO in the new service.

The CCG’s wish to appoint a single (prime) provider to deliver the services across the combined CCG areas.

Timely local access to the service will enable GPs and Optometrists to refer patients quickly for expert opinion and diagnostic investigation without the need for the patient going into hospital. This will improve clinical outcomes for patients.

The service shall be delivered out of community locations in Preston, Chorley and South Ribble.

The Tier 2 element of the service will manage acute conditions including the following:

• Lids, Lashes, Tears;

• Red Eye and Red Eye Corneal Conditions;

• Vitreous;

• Raised Intraocular Pressure (IOP’s);

• Blurred vision / field defects / retinal lesions / lens capsulotomy / minor surgery; and

• Glaucoma

The Macular element of the service will provide patients with clinical assessment, diagnostic and treatment services for patients presenting with the following conditions:

• Wet AMD

• Diabetic Macular Oedema (DMO)

• Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO)

The overarching objectives of the service are to:

• Have Consultant Ophthalmologists at the core of the delivery responsible for ensuring that continuity and consistent quality of care is delivered by all members of the community Ophthalmology team.

• Ensure patients are seen and treated in the right place at the right time and by the most appropriate person

• Ensure that all patients have their initial treatment quickly and all subsequent treatments to plan

• Operate under a substantially lower than existing but sustainable tariff offering Value For Money (VFM)

• Offer new technology and treatments as they become available, for example Oraya Therapy, for all those who are eligible for it

• Ensure pro-active shared decision making (SDM) for patients and carers

• Ensure that Clinical practice/treatments are in line with the current research/evidence-based care, ensure adherence to NICE Guidelines and/or any relevant locally developed guidance and evolve as the evidence evolves.

• Ensure that patients have a positive experience of care resulting in improvements in patient satisfaction.

• The service will ensure that all treatments are compliant with the Effective Use of Resources.

• A fully inclusive service will be available to all communities and, where necessary, make reasonable adjustment for individuals with cognitive, emotional and physical impairments.

The CCGs wish to include the use of Avastin in scenarios where it can be legally offered in the patients best interests. The provider will agree these scenarios with the commissioner.

NICE will publish a new AMD diagnosis and management guideline in August 2017. The CCGs understand that routine use of Avastin is covered in the guideline scope and the CCGs position will be reviewed at this point.

This is for a contract for 3 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years.

Anticipated contract start date is January 2017

Tier 2 and Macular Community Ophthalmology Service

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published April 19, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
cpvs
85121281

NHS Greater Preston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver a high quality, comprehensive and efficient community based Tier 2 and Macular (Wet AMD and other similar conditions such as Diabetic Macular Oedema (DMO) and Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO)) Ophthalmology service.

The existing contract for the Tier 2 service is due for renewal and Wet AMD treatment is currently not provided locally. This opportunity has been used to review what is currently delivered and expand the service model that is provided for patients; including a Wet AMD treatment service locally and to include the utilisation of Anti VEGF treatments for DMO and RVO in the new service.

The CCG’s wish to appoint a single (prime) provider to deliver the services across the combined CCG areas.

Timely local access to the service will enable GPs and Optometrists to refer patients quickly for expert opinion and diagnostic investigation without the need for the patient going into hospital. This will improve clinical outcomes for patients.

The service shall be delivered out of community locations in Preston, Chorley and South Ribble.

The Tier 2 element of the service will manage acute conditions including the following:

• Lids, Lashes, Tears;

• Red Eye and Red Eye Corneal Conditions;

• Vitreous;

• Raised Intraocular Pressure (IOP’s);

• Blurred vision / field defects / retinal lesions / lens capsulotomy / minor surgery; and

• Glaucoma

The Macular element of the service will provide patients with clinical assessment, diagnostic and treatment services for patients presenting with the following conditions:

• Wet AMD

• Diabetic Macular Oedema (DMO)

• Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO)

The overarching objectives of the service are to:

• Have Consultant Ophthalmologists at the core of the delivery responsible for ensuring that continuity and consistent quality of care is delivered by all members of the community Ophthalmology team.

• Ensure patients are seen and treated in the right place at the right time and by the most appropriate person

• Ensure that all patients have their initial treatment quickly and all subsequent treatments to plan

• Operate under a substantially lower than existing but sustainable tariff offering Value For Money (VFM)

• Offer new technology and treatments as they become available, for example Oraya Therapy, for all those who are eligible for it

• Ensure pro-active shared decision making (SDM) for patients and carers

• Ensure that Clinical practice/treatments are in line with the current research/evidence-based care, ensure adherence to NICE Guidelines and/or any relevant locally developed guidance and evolve as the evidence evolves.

• Ensure that patients have a positive experience of care resulting in improvements in patient satisfaction.

• The service will ensure that all treatments are compliant with the Effective Use of Resources.

• A fully inclusive service will be available to all communities and, where necessary, make reasonable adjustment for individuals with cognitive, emotional and physical impairments.

The CCGs wish to include the use of Avastin in scenarios where it can be legally offered in the patients best interests. The provider will agree these scenarios with the commissioner.

NICE will publish a new AMD diagnosis and management guideline in August 2017. The CCGs understand that routine use of Avastin is covered in the guideline scope and the CCGs position will be reviewed at this point.

This is for a contract for 3 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years.

Anticipated contract start date is January 2017

PS031 Provision of Consultancy Services to Support the Enterprise Development & Growth - Greater Birmingham & Solihull Project

Birmingham City University | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
cpvs
66171000

This ITT is for the purpose of procuring Consultancy Services to support Birmingham City university in the delivery of the Enterprise Development & Growth - Greater Birmingham & Solihull Project led by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (SMBC) and funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The specific objective of the project is to increase entrepreneurship, particularly in areas with low levels of enterprise activity and amongst under-represented groups. The consultant shall co-design and deliver a structured programme of development consisting of workshops and/or specialist advice on a range of business support related topics relevant to the development of new and business start-ups.

DUD 2017 Design Services for the Restoration of Stevens Park, Quarry Bank

Black Country Business | Published May 16, 2017  -  Deadline June 8, 2017
cpvs
71400000

A suitably qualified and experienced Consultant (Lead Consultant) is required to provide services (the 'Services') in connection with the development of a second round bid to the Parks for People programme for Stevens Park, Quarry Bank. The Lead Consultant shall lead on the development of both the capital and revenue planning works. The restoration and improvements works shall include but not be limited to various types of activity relating to: landscaping, repair, conservation, ironworks restoration, construction, architecture, arboriculture, interpretation, and other processes, 'the Works'.

Architectural design services

Thurrock Council | Published December 15, 2016
Winner
Pollard Thomas Edwards
cpvs
71220000, 70333000, 71315200

Multi-disciplinary consultancy services to support the Council's proposal to develop a housing scheme for over 55's in line with HAPPI principles on Calcutta Road located in central Tilbury.

Please Note that this Contract has been Awarded.

Thurrock Council's requirement under this Contract is to appoint a suitably qualified multi-disciplinary integrated consultant team to support its proposal to develop a housing scheme for over 55's in line with HAPPI principles on Calcutta Road located in central Tilbury. The team will take the project through all RIBA stages, procurement, construction management and building handover; however the Council reserves the right to cease the arrangement at any of the key stages as set out in the specification should budget, planning or performance issues render the scheme unviable.

Local Welfare Assistance Research

 | Published June 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
cpvs
73000000

The Council is looking to appoint a Consultant / Researcher to understand the impact of the residents of the district, when the Discretionary Scheme was abolished in March 2015. Does the new scheme from April 2015 meet the needs of the residents and what amendments may be required to the current scheme? Since the new scheme was introduced only 800 applicants have been made. What could be the reasons for this low takeup and what are people doing instead of applying for the loan? Are there any impacts of the low take up that may be affecting debt levels, homelessness and crime? A report will be required along with an executive summary, methodology statement, evidence based Appendix (showing survey results etc) and a presentation of your research findings.

Consultation Event

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
cpvs
79411000

Sandwell MBC are seeking quotes for a Consultation Event. Please see attached specification. Closing date: Tuesday 14 March 2017 at 17:00hrs

M & E Engineering Design Services at Moor Lane Extra Care Scheme - AWARD

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
Winner
S I Sealy & Associates Ltd
cpvs
71310000

M and E Engineering Design Services at Moor Lane Extra Care Scheme The Council is looking to appoint a consultant to provide Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Design Services in accordance with the ACE Schedule of Services - Part G(b) Mechanical and electrical engineering (detailed design in buildings) Single Consultant or non-lead Consultant For use with ACE Agreement 1 - Design for an extra care facility in Moor Lane, Rowley Regis, West Midlands. The proposed accommodation would provide as a minimum the following: o 60 one bedroom and 30 two bed room flats, o Guest suite with en-suite bathroom, o Combined lounge, dining and activities room, and kitchenette, o Communal areas comprising o Main lounge, o Dining area, o Residents tea kitchen, o Communal wc's, o Assisted bathrooms, and o Hairdressing & beauty therapy, o Informal seating spaces and alcoves. o Staff and ancillary accommodation comprising o Reception/administration office, o Care staff office, o Rest room with kitchenette, o Staff locker/changing room, o Staff shower and wc's o Laundry room, o Sluice room, o Catering kitchen with associated storage and staff facilities, o Cleaners storage, o Refuse stores, o General storage, o Main refuse hold, and o Secure covered buggy storage with electric charging facilities. o Plant and service equipment rooms, o External spaces comprising, o Sitting out/dining area, o Residents garden, o Secure residents garden, o Therapy garden, o Patio areas, o Informal seating/rest areas, o Car parking, o Delivery vehicle access and parking, o Visitor/resident drop off points, and o Bicycle storage. o Estimated cost of the construction works is ?11.15M, The consultant will become part of the Council's in-house multi-disciplinary design team and will provide all services in conjunction with this team. The in-house team will be using BIM and the appointed consultant, where possible, will be expected to contribute to this throughout their commission. The Council will be using the In-tend e-Tendering System for this Procurement exercise, please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc to access the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. From here you will be able to register your company, express an interest in the opportunity, and gain immediate access to the ITT and other related documents. In Order To View the On-Line Questionnaire and Submit a Tender, you will be required to` Opt-In`. Please be mindful that if you are cut and pasting your question responses onto the On-Line Questionnaire that you do so from a notepad document, this is due to the fact that some special characters are not accepted within the On-Line Questionnaire. For a Step by Step user guide to the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please click on the `Guidance for Suppliers` section of the website. All procuremen...