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Education and training services

Plymouth City Council | Published June 26, 2015  -  Deadline July 12, 2015
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80000000, 98000000

Education and training services

Peninsula Transition Support for young people into education, employment and training.

Plymouth City Council | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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80000000, 98000000

The Peninsula Authorities will be inviting tenders from organisations who have the relevant skills and experience to deliver a transition support service for young people into education, employment and training across the whole of the South West Peninsula.

Exeter Dental Education Facility — Dental Cabinetry.

University of Plymouth | Published March 2, 2016
Winner
Intrafit Limited
cpvs
39180000

Design, supply and installation of dental cabinetry to 42 chair dental school. Main contractor appointed to undertake builders and mechanical/electrical work, cabinetry supplier will be contracted by Plymouth University/Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise and install during the main contractors refurbishment under their supervision.

Exeter Dental Education Facility — Specialist Dental Equipment.

University of Plymouth | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Wright Health Group Ltd
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33130000, 33110000, 33192400, 33111000, 33192410

Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise — Specialist Dental Equipment — Dental Operating Units, Simulators/Phantom Heads and Cabinetry, Dental X-ray Equipment.

Exeter Dental Education Facility — Dental Cabinetry.

University of Plymouth / Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise | Published November 28, 2015  -  Deadline December 30, 2015
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39180000

Dental Cabinetry.

Exeter Dental Education Facility — Specialist Dental Equipment.

University of Plymouth / Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 29, 2015
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33130000, 33110000, 33111000

Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise — Specialist Dental Equipment — Dental Operating Units, Simulators/Phantom Heads and Cabinetry, Dental X-Ray Equipment.

The provision of food and catering products.

Plymouth City Council | Published October 1, 2014
Winner
BFS Group Limited — T/A BIDVEST 3663Buckingham Court, Kingsmead Business Park, London RoadHigh Wycombe HP11 1JU contractsteam@3663.co.uk +44 1494555900 +44 1494555991
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15000000, 15100000, 15110000, 15300000, 15500000, 15810000, 15890000, 15896000, 39222100

The Council is looking to procure the Provision of Food and Catering products for the Education Catering Service providing tasty, healthy nutritious meals to Primary and Special Schools and Academies providing upwards of 8 000 meals per day across the city. The service was the first local authority caterer in the country to be awarded the Soil Associations Gold Standard Food for Life Catering Mark in recognition of our menus and use of using fresh seasonal menus and scratch cooking. Compassion in World Farming's Good Egg Award for using Free Range Eggs (2011) and for being recognised as the Local Authority Caterer of the Year 2013 by EDUcatering magazine and the wider industry nationally. The introduction of Universal Infant Free School Meals from September 2014 delivers an expectation of a significant increase in meals provided by day alongside our drive to further improve services and increase paid meal take up across all sectors. We will be expecting potential contractors to demonstrate their readiness and business continuity for this but to also positively demonstrate how they will support the aims and objectives of the service and wider council. The future offers exciting and innovative opportunities for the service, Council and the successful suppliers and partners to work together with schools to deliver on the actions within the national School Food Plan and proposed new food standards to deliver freshly prepared and cooked hot meals to children and young people that are nutritious, appetising, appealing, flavourful and affordable and with individual schools will transform the education of food and what children eat. The service also now provides the Community Meals to referred clients and paying customers across the City, providing home cooked meals from scratch delivered hot and ready to eat in the clients home. This is a seven day 52 week service provided from designated school kitchens. Contracts for the provision of food and food related items contained within these Lots needs to be in place and commence on the 1.10.2014. The contract will be for a period of 3 years, with the option to extend for a further two x 1 year periods. Through the procurement of these contracts and services successful contractors will work with the service, schools and the wider council to support the health and well-being of citizens of all ages and combat health and other related problems through the provision of healthy ingredients to enable the delivery of food and menu choices that meet the required standard which appeal to our customers and available at affordable prices. All prospective suppliers will know the importance of the provision of high quality school meals which is an essential aspect of the pupils' education and personal development and longer term health and well-being. Plymouth is Britain's Ocean City and has at its core a vision of being one of Europe's most vibrant waterfront cities where an outstanding quality of life is enjoyed by everyone. Plymouth is also proud to be one of the country's pioneering local authorities and one of the first Co-operative Councils in England. Through the Council's shared values of being Democratic, Responsible, Fair and Partners we will develop a Brilliant, Co-operative Council which creates a fairer Plymouth where everyone does their bit. We would expect, and want, prospective suppliers to join with us on that journey and, through these contracts, support these objectives and outcomes. Under this contract the contractors and their supply chains will be required to actively participate in the achievement of the Contracting Authority's social/economic/environmental objectives. Accordingly, contract documents may relate to social/economic/environmental considerations.

John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility — Cleaning Services.

University of Plymouth | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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79993000

John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility — Cleaning Services including Cleaning Supplies/Equipment at John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility, 16 Research Way, Plymouth Science Park, Plymouth, Devon PL6 8BU.

John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility — Cleaning Services.

University of Plymouth | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 8, 2015
cpvs
79993000

John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility — Cleaning Services including Cleaning Supplies/Equipment at John Bull Building and Dental Educational Facility, 16 Research Way, Plymouth Science Park, Plymouth, Devon PL6 8BU.

Taxi services

Plymouth City Council | Published February 16, 2017
Winner
P & CJ Travel
cpvs
60120000

Plymouth City Council (PCC) has a statutory duty to provide Home to School transport for some 700 qualifying Special, Educational Needs (SEN) and Looked After Children (LAC) learners. This transport is provided by external contractors using a combination of taxis and minibuses.

A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) was created following completion of a PQQ, ITT and e-Auction process. The DPS was open to all taxi and minibus operators and individual private hire and hackney carriage licensed drivers.

Lot 1 — Education and Children's Social Care Taxis (Private Hire or Hackney) with driver.

Lot 2 — Wheelchair accessible vehicles (to carry wheelchairs in a forward facing position only). Licensed Vehicle, 8 seats or less with driver.

Lot 3 — Up to 33 passenger seat Coach with driver.

Lot 4 — Up to 16 passenger seat Minibus with driver.

Lot 5 — Wheelchair Adapted / Tail Lift 16 seat Minibus with driver.

Lot 6 — Driver Only Contracts.

Lot 7 — Corporate and emergency ad-hoc taxi travel.

Passenger Transport Services for Home to School Travel, Staff Travel, taxis, Minibuses and coaches.

Plymouth City Council | Published June 11, 2015
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60100000

Plymouth City Council (PCC) has a statutory duty to provide Home to School transport for some 700 qualifying Special Education and Needs (SEN) and Looked After Children (LAC) learners. This transport is provided by external contractors using a combination of taxis and minibuses. The Council is obliged by EU rules to periodically re-tender these transport contracts and a decision has been taken to re-tender in 2015 with a view to introducing new arrangements in January 2016 at the start of the new school term. The Council currently has a number of contracts in place, which covers home to school transport along with ad-hoc taxi transport. The home to school elements of the current contracts will be terminated with effect from December 2015, although the current contract will continue to be used for ad-hoc taxi transport for a further year. A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) will be created following completion of the PQQ process and candidates accepted onto the new DPS will be eligible to tender for education transport contracts. The DPS will allow the contractors to be accepted onto it at specified quarterly intervals throughout its lifespan, the precise dates of which will be confirmed at the date the DPS is procured. Once organisations have been accepted onto the DPS, tendering for individual contracts will be by electronic submission of tender, normally followed by a reverse auction (e-auction) process to determine the most economic bid. In some cases, where circumstances require and solely at the Council's discretion, contracts may be awarded without the reverse auction process being conducted. The provision of home to school transport is of high importance to the Council. The service supports the educational development of the learners, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable members of the local community. Service quality, along with high standards of care and safeguarding are therefore paramount. The DPS will remain in place for a period of 5 years, with the option to extend for a further 5 years in yearly increments. We have scheduled four supplier information events by the Council to inform potential bidders interested in passenger transport contracts about the process and to provide some assistance in the steps required to bid. The events will be held at the Guildhall in the centre of Plymouth at following dates and times: Session 1 — Tuesday 23.6.2015; 9:45 to 11:45. Session 2 — Tuesday 23.6.2015; 12:15 to 14:15. Session 3 — Thursday 25.6.2015; 9:45 to 11:45. Session 4 — Thursday 25.6.2015; 12:15 to 14:15. All the sessions will be the same, so bidders will only need to attend one session. You can indicate which session you would like to attend (please indicate 1st and 2nd choice sessions) by emailing procurement@plymouth.gov.uk or alternatively you can call +44 1752307967, no later than close of business on Friday 19th June. You will receive email confirmation and location details by return. The sessions will consist of a series of presentations outlining the tender opportunity and the bidding process and supporting initiatives such as training, along with a question and answer session. Additionally to the above sessions there will be a number of events to provide training and support through the procurement and bidding process. If you wish to take advantage of this support please advise the procurement team at the above mail address.

**JBB OJEU Notice Publication sent from this project**.

University of Plymouth | Published September 4, 2015
Winner
Kier Construction
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45000000

The University of Plymouth is proposing to extend the Research Facilities for the Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry (PSMD); to facilitate this expansion the University proposes the creation of a new Science Research Facility at Plymouth Science Park circa 2 700 m² (including plant area) with a construction value of 7 750 000 GBP to 8 250 000 GBP The new build will contain a mix of teaching spaces, office/admin areas, class 2 and class 3 laboratories, with some specialised research areas for health education and bioscience research facilities with an element of landscaping around the building. There is also a possible option of the refurbishment of part of the existing John Bull Building in to postgraduate teaching facilities circa 400 m² with a project value of GBP 700 000 to 800 000 GBP; NB this element is dependent on gaining HEFCE funding and may or may not form part of the tender package. This will be confirmed at ITT stage. The refurbishment works would include a mix of full and light laboratory refurbishments to convert the space to Class 1 teaching laboratories and write-up areas. The project is required to achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent. The project is intended to be completed in the third or fourth quarter of 2016. Procurement Route: the project will be awarded as a single stage design and build contract on the basis of GC Works 1 1998 including amendment 1 and as further amended by the contracting authority. The project includes some highly serviced laboratory areas including category 2 and 3 laboratories, the fit out of some of these areas which will be included as a defined provisional sum within the tender documents. The scope of the provisional sum will include the fit-out of these areas from shell and core and will be fully described in the tender documents.

JBB Research Facilities — Construction.

University of Plymouth | Published October 16, 2014  -  Deadline November 12, 2014
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45000000

The University of Plymouth is proposing to extend the Research Facilities for the Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry (PSMD); to facilitate this expansion the University proposes the creation of a new Science Research Facility at Plymouth Science Park circa 2 700 m² (including plant area) with a construction value of 7 750 000 GBP to 8 250 000 GBP. The new build will contain a mix of teaching spaces, office/admin areas, class 2 and class 3 laboratories, with some specialised research areas for health education and bioscience research facilities with an element of landscaping around the building. There is also a possible option of the refurbishment of part of the existing John Bull Building in to postgraduate teaching facilities circa 400 m² with a project value of 700 000 GBP to 800 000 GBP; NB this element is dependent on gaining HEFCE funding and may or may not form part of the tender package. This will be confirmed at ITT stage. The refurbishment works would include a mix of full and light laboratory refurbishments to convert the space to Class 1 teaching laboratories and write-up areas. The project is required to achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent. The project is intended to be completed in the third or fourth quarter of 2016 Procurement Route: the project will be awarded as a single stage design and build contract on the basis of GC Works 1 1998 including amendment 1 and as further amended by the contracting authority. The project includes some highly serviced laboratory areas including category 2 and 3 laboratories, the fit out of some of these areas which will be included as a defined provisional sum within the tender documents. The scope of the provisional sum will include the fit-out of these areas from shell and core and will be fully described in the tender documents.

JBB Research Facilities — Construction.

The University of Plymouth | Published October 16, 2014  -  Deadline November 13, 2014
cpvs
45000000

The University of Plymouth is proposing to extend the Research Facilities for the Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry (PSMD); to facilitate this expansion the University proposes the creation of a new Science Research Facility at Plymouth Science Park circa 2 700 m² (including plant area) with a construction value of 7 750 000 GBP to 8 250 000 GBP. The new build will contain a mix of teaching spaces, office/admin areas, class 2 and class 3 laboratories, with some specialised research areas for health education and bioscience research facilities with an element of landscaping around the building. There is also a possible option of the refurbishment of part of the existing John Bull Building in to postgraduate teaching facilities circa 400 m² with a project value of 700 000 GBP to 800 000 GBP; NB this element is dependent on gaining HEFCE funding and may or may not form part of the tender package. This will be confirmed at ITT stage. The refurbishment works would include a mix of full and light laboratory refurbishments to convert the space to Class 1 teaching laboratories and write-up areas. The project is required to achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent. The project is intended to be completed in the third or fourth quarter of 2016 Procurement Route: the project will be awarded as a single stage design and build contract on the basis of GC Works 1 1998 including amendment 1 and as further amended by the contracting authority. The project includes some highly serviced laboratory areas including category 2 and 3 laboratories, the fit out of some of these areas which will be included as a defined provisional sum within the tender documents. The scope of the provisional sum will include the fit-out of these areas from shell and core and will be fully described in the tender documents.

UK-Plymouth: Passenger Transport Services for Home to School Travel and Staff Travel using taxis, minibuses and coaches.

Plymouth City Council | Published June 27, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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60000000

Plymouth City Council (PCC) has a statutory duty to provide Home to School transport for some 700 qualifying Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Looked After Children (LAC) learners. This transport is provided by external contractors using a combination of taxis and minibuses. The Council is obliged by EU rules to periodically re-tender these transport contracts and a decision has been taken to re-tender in 2015 with a view to introducing new arrangements in January 2016 at the start of the new school term. The Council currently has a number of contracts in place, which covers home to school transport along with ad-hoc taxi transport. The home to school elements of the current contracts will be terminated with effect from December 2015, although Plymouth City Council will continue to use its current contract for ad-hoc and staff taxi transport for a further year. A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) will be created following completion of the PQQ process and candidates accepted onto the new DPS will be eligible to tender for education transport contracts. The DPS will allow the contractors to be accepted onto it at specified quarterly intervals throughout its lifespan. Once organisations have been accepted onto the DPS, tendering for individual contracts will be by electronic submission of tender, normally followed by a reverse auction (e-auction) process. In some cases, where circumstances require and solely at the Council's discretion, contracts may be awarded without the reverse auction process being conducted. The provision of home to school transport is of high importance to the Council. The service supports the educational development of the learners, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable members of the local community. Service quality, along with high standards of care and safeguarding are therefore paramount. The DPS will remain in place for a period of 5 years, with the option to extend for a further 5 years in yearly increments. Under this contract the contractors and their supply chains will be required to actively participate in the achievement of the Contracting Authority's social/economic/environmental objectives. Accordingly, contract documents may relate to social/economic/environmental considerations. Please register your interest in this opportunity using the facility on www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk

UK-Plymouth: Passenger Transport Services for Home to School Travel and Staff Travel using taxis, mi

Plymouth City Council | Published June 27, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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60000000, 60000000, 60000000, 60000000, 60000000, 60000000, 60000000, 60000000

Plymouth City Council (PCC) has a statutory duty to provide Home to School transport for some 700 qualifying Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Looked After Children (LAC) learners. This transport is provided by external contractors using a combination of taxis and minibuses. The Council is obliged by EU rules to periodically re-tender these transport contracts and a decision has been taken to re-tender in 2015 with a view to introducing new arrangements in January 2016 at the start of the new school term. The Council currently has a number of contracts in place, which covers home to school transport along with ad-hoc taxi transport. The home to school elements of the current contracts will be terminated with effect from December 2015, although Plymouth City Council will continue to use its current contract for ad-hoc and staff taxi transport for a further year. A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) will be created following completion of the PQQ process and candidates accepted onto the new DPS will be eligible to tender for education transport contracts. The DPS will allow the contractors to be accepted onto it at specified quarterly intervals throughout its lifespan. Once organisations have been accepted onto the DPS, tendering for individual contracts will be by electronic submission of tender, normally followed by a reverse auction (e-auction) process. In some cases, where circumstances require and solely at the Council's discretion, contracts may be awarded without the reverse auction process being conducted. The provision of home to school transport is of high importance to the Council. The service supports the educational development of the learners, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable members of the local community. Service quality, along with high standards of care and safeguarding are therefore paramount. The DPS will remain in place for a period of 5 years, with the option to extend for a further 5 years in yearly increments. Under this contract the contractors and their supply chains will be required to actively participate in the achievement of the Contracting Authority's social/economic/environmental objectives. Accordingly, contract documents may relate to social/economic/environmental considerations. Please register your interest in this opportunity using the facility on www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk

Passenger Transport Services for Home to School Travel and Staff Travel using taxis, minibuses and coaches

Plymouth City Council | Published June 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 12, 2020
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60000000

Plymouth City Council (PCC) has a statutory duty to provide Home to School transport for some 700 qualifying Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Looked After Children (LAC) learners. This transport is provided by external contractors using a combination of taxis and minibuses. The Council is obliged by EU rules to periodically re-tender these transport contracts and a decision has been taken to re-tender in 2015 with a view to introducing new arrangements in January 2016 at the start of the new school term. The Council currently has a number of contracts in place, which covers home to school transport along with ad-hoc taxi transport. The home to school elements of the current contracts will be terminated with effect from December 2015, although Plymouth City Council will continue to use its current contract for ad-hoc and staff taxi transport for a further year. A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) will be created following completion of the PQQ process and candidates accepted onto the new DPS will be eligible to tender for education transport contracts. The DPS will allow the contractors to be accepted onto it at specified quarterly intervals throughout its lifespan.. Once organisations have been accepted onto the DPS, tendering for individual contracts will be by electronic submission of tender, normally followed by a reverse auction (e-auction) process. In some cases, where circumstances require and solely at the Council’s discretion, contracts may be awarded without the reverse auction process being conducted. The provision of home to school transport is of high importance to the Council. The service supports the educational development of the learners, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable members of the local community. Service quality, along with high standards of care and safeguarding are therefore paramount. The DPS will remain in place for a period of 5 years, with the option to extend for a further 5 years in yearly increments Suppliers interested in this opportunity should express their interest by clicking on the ‘login and register interest’ button below. New users to the system must register first to obtain a user name and password before returning to this opportunity. Please refer to the suppliers guide ‘Visiting Site for the First Time’ by clicking the ‘Help’ button. Once suppliers have expressed their interest they can access the procurement documentation from ‘My Opportunities’ on the home page.
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