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Principal Cost Management and Quantity Surveying Services (GBD Project).

University of Ulster | Published April 4, 2015
Winner
W H Stephens
cpvs
71000000, 71324000, 71242000, 71244000, 71246000

The Contract is for the provision of Principal Cost Management and Quantity Surveying Services to assist the University in their delivery of the Greater Belfast Development (GBD) Project. The Greater Belfast Development comprises the development of approximately 86 700 m2 of state of the art teaching, learning and research facilities and the refurbishment of approximately 6 000 m2 of existing teaching and learning accommodation to create a world-class education institution in Belfast City Centre. The Consultant shall provide the Services in accordance with the Scope of Services and Contract as set out in the ITT Documentation.

Principal Cost Management and Quantity Surveying Services (GBD Project).

University of Ulster | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline December 9, 2014
cpvs
71000000, 71242000, 71244000, 71246000

The Contract is for the provision of Principal Cost Management and Quantity Surveying Services to assist the University in their delivery of the Greater Belfast Development (GBD) Project. The Greater Belfast Development comprises the development of approximately 86 700 m² of state of the art teaching, learning and research facilities and the refurbishment of approximately 6 000 m² of existing teaching and learning accommodation to create a world-class education institution in Belfast City Centre. The Tenderer shall provide the Services in accordance with the Scope of Services and Contract as set out in the ITT Documentation.

Hosted and managed synchronous teaching tool.

University of Ulster | Published October 27, 2015
Winner
Blackboard International B.V.
cpvs
48000000

Ulster University is seeking to procure a synchronous technology to support real-time communication and collaboration between staff and students both on and off campus and, in the case of Distance Learning and flexible programmes, in geographically remote locations. The University is based on four campuses in Northern Ireland with approximately 27 000 users actively using digital learning technologies. Whilst this number exceeds FTE numbers the figure encompasses on campus students, distance-learning students (approximately 1 000), students on flexible professional and short courses and academic and administrative staff. The institution employs approximately 3 000 people across a range of disciplines (Academic, Research, Business Support Profession, Business Support Clerical, Technical etc.) The business drivers for reliable synchronous teaching technologies are related to flexibility in time and space. The tools provide opportunities for live instruction within a blended delivery model. The synchronous teaching solution should provide opportunities for communication and collaboration between staff and students and should facilitate recording, storage and archiving of sessions for future playback. The system should support common higher education synchronous teaching workflows including guest lectures, student break out rooms, online annotation, presentations, pre-recorded sessions, polling, question and answers and real-time chat. The solution will also be used to allow staff to deliver lectures to multi-campus locations.

Project_21353/ itt_29504 — Hosted and Managed Synchronous Teaching Tool.

University of Ulster | Published July 16, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
cpvs
48000000

Ulster University is seeking to procure a synchronous technology to support real-time communication and collaboration between staff and students both on and off campus and, in the case of Distance Learning and flexible programmes, in geographically remote locations, The University is based on four campuses in Northern Ireland with approximately 27000 users actively using digital learning technologies. Whilst this number exceeds FTE numbers the figure encompasses on campus students, distance-learning students (approximately 1000), students on flexible professional and short courses and academic and administrative staff. The institution employs approximately 3000 people across a range of disciplines (Academic, Research, Business Support Profession, Business Support Clerical, Technical etc.) The business drivers for reliable synchronous teaching technologies are related to flexibility in time and space. The tools provide opportunities for live instruction within a blended delivery model. The synchronous teaching solution should provide opportunities for communication and collaboration between staff and students and should facilitate recording, storage and archiving of sessions for future playback. The system should support common higher education synchronous teaching workflows including guest lectures, student break out rooms, online annotation, presentations, pre-recorded sessions, polling, question and answers and real-time chat. The solution will also be used to allow staff to deliver lectures to multi-campus locations.

Provision for Car Park Equipment and Maintenance.

University of Ulster | Published June 4, 2015
Winner
Advanced Parking Solutions Ltd
cpvs
34926000

The Contractor will provide a broad ranging and flexible Car Park and Traffic Management service which supports the smooth operation of the University's core education role. The duties required are very varied in their nature, in volume and in the timing of demands. The key service objectives are: — to support the university in its core activities, — to provide a flexible and responsive service, — to optimise the use of the parking facilities, — to ensure that access is maintained for contractors and emergency vehicles, — to recommend and implement alternative, imaginative and more cost-effective and efficient approaches to providing the services, — to enhance the liaison and reporting procedures with the university, — to ensure that staff, visitors and students can safely utilise the car parks during the day and the night, — to prevent unauthorised parking on the sites, — to control the safe access and movement of vehicles. Car parking equipment at each site must be capable of control from any of the individual sites, or a separate location. This includes data, intercom, barrier control and all reporting and alarm functions. This tender is to replace the existing system to be installed at Jordanstown, Coleraine, Magee and Belfast. The system should also allow for future expansion on further sites without price penalty. The system should be capable of unlimited expansion and be of modular design.

Car park control equipment

University of Ulster | Published January 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
cpvs
34926000

The Contractor will provide a broad ranging and flexible Car Park and Traffic Management service which supports the smooth operation of the University's core education role. The duties required are very varied in their nature, in volume and in the timing of demands. The key service objectives are: — To support the University in its core activities; — To provide a flexible and responsive service; — To optimise the use of the parking facilities; — To ensure that access is maintained for contractors and emergency vehicles; — To recommend and implement alternative, imaginative and more cost-effective and efficient approaches to providing the services; — To enhance the liaison and reporting procedures with the University; — To ensure that staff, visitors and students can safely utilise the car parks during the day and the night; — To prevent unauthorised parking on the sites; — To control the safe access and movement of vehicles. Car parking equipment at each site must be capable of control from any of the individual sites, or a separate location. This includes data, intercom, barrier control and all reporting and alarm functions. This tender is to replace the existing system to be installed at Jordanstown, Coleraine, Magee and Belfast. The system should also allow for future expansion on further sites without price penalty. The system should be capable of unlimited expansion and be of modular design. Installation of equipment will start 8 weeks from agreed contract commencement date and will be complete by 1.8.2015.

Provision of Car Park Equipment and Maintenance.

University of Ulster | Published January 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
cpvs
34926000

The Contractor will provide a broad ranging and flexible Car Park and Traffic Management service which supports the smooth operation of the University's core education role. The duties required are very varied in their nature, in volume and in the timing of demands. The key service objectives are: — To support the University in its core activities; — To provide a flexible and responsive service; — To optimise the use of the parking facilities; — To ensure that access is maintained for contractors and emergency vehicles; — To recommend and implement alternative, imaginative and more cost-effective and efficient approaches to providing the services; — To enhance the liaison and reporting procedures with the University; — To ensure that staff, visitors and students can safely utilise the car parks during the day and the night; — To prevent unauthorised parking on the sites; — To control the safe access and movement of vehicles. Car parking equipment at each site must be capable of control from any of the individual sites, or a separate location. This includes data, intercom, barrier control and all reporting and alarm functions. This tender is to replace the existing system to be installed at Jordanstown, Coleraine, Magee and Belfast. The system should also allow for future expansion on further sites without price penalty. The system should be capable of unlimited expansion and be of modular design. Installation of equipment will start 8 weeks from agreed contract commencement date and will be complete by 1.8.2015.

Creative Design and External Print Services Framework Agreements (i) (Print) (ii) Digital.

University of Ulster | Published May 27, 2015
Winner
RLA Group, Anderson Spratt Group (ASG), AV Browne, Navigator Blue, Being Online, Simply Zesty, Ardmore Advertising
cpvs
79822500, 22100000

We are looking to establish a Framework of creative agency partners to help support the delivery of on-brand communications that bring cohesion across the University's complex structure; clearly communicates its cores values and unique proposition; and successfully engages key internal and external stakeholders. Our aim is to produce market-leading communications informed by best practice from within and outside the higher education sector. The appointed agencies will be required to work closely with both the Corporate Communications and Student Marketing teams within the University; but also Faculties, Schools, Research Institutes and other centralised Departments. We anticipate that the Framework will include a range of creative agencies of varying size and specialism to ensure that there is adequate expertise and resource available to the University for diverse projects, many of which will run concurrently. Scope of the Contract The brand development project sits under a separate contract. Whilst the exact timescales for its roll-out are not yet fixed, it is anticipated that all agencies appointed to this Framework will be fully briefed on the new brand outputs and will be provided with the brand toolkit and guidelines in advance of working on any live briefs. This Framework will be used for the provision of a diverse range of creative, marketing and design services to the University of Ulster. Advertising and media buying services are contracted separately. The estimated annual value, excluding VAT, of this contract is in the range of 700 000 GBP. The Framework is divided into 2 Lots, as follows: LOT 1 — Creative Design Services (Print) (estimated annual value 600 000 GBP ex VAT) LOT 2 — Creative Design Services (Digital) (estimated annual value 100 000 GBP ex VAT) Each Lot will be managed as a discrete procurement competition and therefore Economic Operators can apply to Lot 1, Lot 2 or both Lot 1 and Lot 2. This application is fully electronic i.e. the application, download and submission of the PQQP is exclusively on-line via the BravoSolution eSourcing NI electronic tendering website. The complete PQQP must be submitted fully completed as follows: — One electronic submission in Locked Word Format (with supporting attachments in PDF format, as required) through the eSourcing NI e-Tendering web portal: https://e-sourcing.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml project_17507, pqq_2997 - Creative Design Services (Print)/Creative Design (Digital) Services Framework Agreement.
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