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Level 1 Community Physiotherapy Service in Milton Keynes

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
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85100000

NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group is planning to commence procurement for a Level 1 Community Physiotherapy Service. The contract is expected to be for up to 4 years (3 years initial term, with a 1 year option to extend) and to commence February 2018. The likely annual contract value is up to £1.5 million. The aim of NHS Milton Keynes CCG for its Level 1 Community Physiotherapy Service is to provide a high quality, comprehensive, patient-centred, accessible musculoskeletal community physiotherapy service for the population of Milton Keynes within the resources available. The objectives of the service include: • Providing services located across Milton Keynes, thereby providing patients with choice of where they receive treatment • Delivering clinically effective treatments which enable patients to reach their individual treatment goals as soon as possible; reduce the demand on secondary care (acute) services; and reduces the need for more costly interventions • Improve patient quality of life, including the ability to return to work and improved pain management • Providing and promoting a strong emphasis on prevention, patient education and self-management thereby promoting active, healthy lifestyles and reducing the recurrence of injury and/or illness • Providing feedback, advice and guidance to referring clinicians as to how conditions can be managed within primary care where appropriate • Ensuring that patients are seen by clinicians with the relevant skills, experience and qualifications. Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM CSU), on behalf of the NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group would like to notify all potential bidders about a 'Market Engagement Event' which is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 10 May 2017 at 10.00 am - 11.30 am. Venue: Room - Acorn B, MK Community Foundation, Acorn House, 381 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 3HP For further details or to confirm your attendance please email Rosalind.Carter@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk by no later than 12 noon on Monday 8 May 2017. Please confirm the name of your organisation and the name and role of any attendee. Please note attendees are limited to 2 per organisation.

ITT238 Waterside Campus Energy Centre

The University of Northampton | Published July 22, 2016
Winner
Vital Energi Utilities Ltd
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45251250, 45259300, 45331110, 45233160, 45231400, 45112700, 45232150, 45233161, 45210000, 50700000, 45214400, 50532300, 45251142, 45231100, 50721000, 42160000, 45315000, 45232141, 42515000

The University is embarking on a programme to create a wholly new campus on a brown field site providing state-of-the-art facilities and technology that will ensure all students have access to extensive and high-quality teaching facilities, library, lT suites, studios, innovative learning spaces, laboratories, residential accommodation and social facilities. These do not form part of this procurement.

The new campus will comprise higher education buildings, student halls of residence, energy centre (the Energy Centre) and fallow space available for leisure, retail, commercial development and University future expansion. The overall campus development is being delivered through a number of packages of work, of which the Energy Centre is 1 specific package/contract. The University has appointed an infrastructure contractor whose scope includes the design, build and installation of the below ground services and roads inclusive of the district heating network to a point on the boundary of the Energy Centre site area.

The University has appointed a separate academic and public realm contractor to deliver the academic buildings and to take overall main/principal contractor responsibility for the shared construction areas. A separate procurement exercise is currently under way for the design and construction of 1 200 student residences.

The Energy Centre will be located at the Waterside Development Site, Northampton. The land where the Energy Centre is to be built is owned by the University and can be found at the far southern end of North/South Road. The site boundary is bordered by a car park access road to the north, a campus road to the east, an electrical substation and ownership boundary to the south, and a surface car park to the west.

The scope of works for the Energy Centre contract will include:

— Design and construction of an energy centre building on a brownfield site with associated service yard;

— Design, procure, install and set to work heat generation and associated plant as required to supply and maintain the low temperature hot water (LTHW) district heating network;

— Connection to all required incoming services from locations in near proximity to the Energy Centre site boundary including data connections back to the plant rooms in each of the academic and student residential buildings;

— Design and installation of all signage to the building;

— The Energy Centre contractor will be responsible for raising the site levels from the remediation level to the finished level, and installation of associated hard and soft landing;

— Maintenance, operation and campus commissioning support from practical completion (‘PC’) in June 2017 until September 2018, when the University welcomes its first student intake;

— Defects liability period extending from PC in June 2017 to 31.8.2019;

— Management of the discharge of planning conditions;

— Liaison with building control throughout the project duration to obtain building regulations approval;

— Training of University staff both at PC in June 2017 and the student intake in September 2018; and

— Completion and handover of completed Health and Safety file in accordance with the University's requirements.

The Energy Centre contractor will be required to complete the design from the end of RIBA Stage 3 and deliver a fully operational Energy Centre by June 2017, for use by other contractors to test and commission their buildings. Practical completion of the works will be granted at this point.

The Energy Centre contractor will appoint a design team to complete the technical design from the end of RIBA stage 3. Should the Energy Centre contractor wish to approach the client design team directly to carry out this design work, they may do so.

The Energy Centre contractor will then remain on site under the terms of the NEC3 form of design and build contract (in the form to be issued with the invitation to Tender) in order to undertake the operation and maintenance of the Energy Centre between June 2017 and September 2018, at which point the University will take responsibility. They will also work with the other main contractors in the commissioning of the buildings and connection to the Energy Centre.

An extended defects liability period will start from award of PC in June 2017 and conclude on 31.8.2019 (The system will be monitored in use during this time to allow seasonal commissioning). This extended period is required to ensure the facility is under a defects liability period for a full academic cycle when the buildings will be in use.

ITT238 Waterside Campus Energy Centre.

The University of Northampton | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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45251250, 45259300, 45331110, 45233160, 45231400, 45112700, 45232150, 45233161, 45210000, 50700000, 45214400, 50532300, 45251142, 45231100, 50721000, 42160000, 45315000, 45232141, 42515000

The University is embarking on a programme to create a wholly new campus on a brown field site providing state-of-the-art facilities and technology that will ensure all students have access to extensive and high quality teaching facilities, library, lT suites, studios, innovative learning spaces, laboratories, residential accommodation and social facilities. These do not form part of this procurement. The new campus will comprise higher education buildings, student halls of residence, energy centre (the Energy Centre ) and fallow space available for leisure, retail, commercial development and University future expansion. The overall campus development is being delivered through a number of packages of work, of which the Energy Centre is one specific package/contract. The University has appointed an infrastructure contractor whose scope includes the design, build and installation of the below ground services and roads inclusive of the district heating network to a point on the boundary of the Energy Centre site area. The University has appointed a separate academic and public realm contractor to deliver the academic buildings and to take overall main/principal contractor responsibility for the shared construction areas. A separate procurement exercise is currently under way for the design and construction of 1 200 student residences. The Energy Centre will be located at the Waterside Development Site, Northampton. The land where the Energy Centre is to be built is owned by the University and can be found at the far southern end of North/South Road. The site boundary is bordered by a car park access road to the north, a campus road to the east, an electrical substation and ownership boundary to the south, and a surface car park to the west. The scope of works for the Energy Centre contract will include: — Design and construction of an energy centre building on a brownfield site with associated service yard; — Design, procure, install and set to work heat generation and associated plant as required to supply and maintain the low temperature hot water (LTHW) district heating network; — Connection to all required incoming services from locations in near proximity to the Energy Centre site boundary including data connections back to the plant rooms in each of the academic and student residential buildings; — Design and installation of all signage to the building; — The Energy Centre contractor will be responsible for raising the site levels from the remediation level to the finished level, and installation of associated hard and soft landing; — Maintenance, operation and campus commissioning support from practical completion (‘PC’) in June 2017 until September 2018, when the University welcomes its first student intake; — Defects liability period extending from PC in June 2017 to 31.8.2019; — Management of the discharge of planning conditions; — Liaison with building control throughout the project duration to obtain building regulations approval; — Training of University staff both at PC in June 2017 and the student intake in September 2018; and — Completion and handover of completed Health and Safety file in accordance with the University's requirements. The Energy Centre contractor will be required to complete the design from the end of RIBA Stage 3 and deliver a fully operational Energy Centre by June 2017, for use by other contractors to test and commission their buildings. Practical completion of the works will be granted at this point. The Energy Centre contractor will appoint a design team to complete the technical design from the end of RIBA stage 3. Should the Energy Centre contractor wish to approach the client design team directly to carry out this design work, they may do so. The Energy Centre contractor will then remain on site under the terms of the NEC3 form of design and build contract (in the form to be issued with the invitation to Tender) in order to undertake the operation and maintenance of the Energy Centre between June 2017 and September 2018, at which point the University will take responsibility. They will also work with the other main contractors in the commissioning of the buildings and connection to the Energy Centre. An extended defects liability period will start from award of PC in June 2017 and conclude on 31.8.2019 (The system will be monitored in use during this time to allow seasonal commissioning). This extended period is required to ensure the facility is under a defects liability period for a full academic cycle when the buildings will be in use.

ITT220 Design, build, fund, operate and maintain Energy Centre.

The University of Northampton | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 5, 2015
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09310000, 65410000, 42515000, 45251000, 09323000, 45251250, 09324000, 71321200, 45251200, 44163120, 45232141, 44163121, 45232140, 45232142

The University of Northampton (University) are seeking expressions of interest in the funding, design, build and operation of an energy centre to provide heat and power to their new Waterside Campus development in Northampton. The Waterside Campus is in multiple private ownership with West Northamptonshire Development Corporation owning a small parcel. The site will comprise Higher Education buildings, student accommodation and fallow space available for leisure, retail, commercial development and University future expansion. Design work undertaken to date has concluded that the University buildings will be heated by a central energy centre. The energy centre will provide heat to each University building on Waterside Campus via a district heating network. This network will be designed to allow it to be extended to serve the areas designated for expansion. An infrastructure contract is being separately procured by the University which will include the design build and installation of the below ground services and roads inclusive of the district heating network. The energy supply company shall have the option to adopt the relevant pipework — any potential benefits of this are to be discussed in dialogue. The University academic building construction will start on site in September 2016 and will be complete by summer 2018. The University will fund, procure (under a separate procurement) and operate the University academic and residential buildings. The University are intending to appoint an energy supply company party to fund, design, build and operate the energy centre which will export heat and electricity to the University buildings. It would also encourage the appointed energy supply company to consider exporting power and heat to other consumers should the fallow areas of the Waterside Campus be developed in future. It is not proposed to offer export of power and heat to any third party outside the University other than third parties who occupy development plots on the Waterside Campus and the grid. It is currently envisaged that the energy centre will operate on the basis, that the initial investment by the energy supply company will be recovered over the lifetime of the facility via an energy supply agreement with the University and any other third parties utilising the Waterside Campus site. As the buildings are not yet complete and as a result there is no historical data on energy consumption available for the Waterside Campus, the University wishes to discuss its requirements, any assumptions, and potential financial models with respondents during a dialogue process. The proposed energy centre would take HV electrical and medium pressure gas incoming services and supply HV to the University ring main and heat to the University district heating system. There are no boilers proposed within the various buildings and therefore all heat will be derived from the energy centre. Current estimates of initial peak connected load are 11.2 MW thermal, 4.5 MW electrical, these figures do not take account of diversity. The planned buildings are a mixture of academic and student residences with a combined area of approximately 65 000 m2. There is space on the development for future residences, academic facilities and commercial facilities. The district networks have been sized sufficiently to accommodate the current and future anticipated loads. The University buildings are being developed on the basis of receiving district heat with a carbon factor of 0.1189 kg CO2/kWh. This is contributing to achieving BREEAM Excellent, complying with building regulations Part L2a and meeting the planning requirements for the development. The buildings assume that all electricity consumed has the same carbon factor as grid supplied electricity, therefore all carbon benefit of the CHP is included in the district heating supply. The carbon factor has been calculated on the assumption that a gas fired CHP(s) are provided within the energy centre operating for at least 6 500 hours per year. Utility connections to the energy centre have been applied for and agreed in principle. These will be provided as part of the infrastructure package to the boundary of the energy centre plot. The University intends to provide the following technical information at the next stage: — Schedule buildings, areas, use and approximate peak connected loads. (Current and future) — Infrastructure drawings/specification (district mains, HV etc.); — Details of utility connections; — Copy of information provided to planners; — Current proposed building LTHW and Electrical schematics; — Details of required carbon performance and district performance (temperatures, pressure etc.), all included within a performance specification. As the buildings are not yet complete, and as a result there is no historical data on energy consumption available for the Waterside Campus, the University intends to follow the competitive dialogue process in order to enable the University to discuss specific issues, including possible financial models, with energy supply companies. The University intends to ask bidders who are invited to participate in dialogue for their outline solutions, before down-selecting to a smaller number of potential providers for the remainder of the dialogue. More detail on the proposed process will be provided in the Invitation to Participate in Dialogue.