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Award in Education and Training (AET) Course for Instructors

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published August 2, 2016
Winner
Carlton Training
cpvs
79632000

Award in Education and Training (AET) Course for Instructors. Two courses, each for up to 10 delegates. To be held on MCA premises at Coastguard and SAR flight Inverness and Daedalus Training Centres.

Provision of Training Services in Maritime Safety and Security Management.

Southampton Solent University | Published January 28, 2016
Winner
Chartco Limited
cpvs
80510000

Contract Award for provision of a wide range of maritime education and training courses.

Civic-amenity services

Five Councils Partnership | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
98350000

The scope of this specification is the patrolling, education and issuing of Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN) for specified Environmental offences.

To provide between eighty (80) and one hundred and twenty (120) hours of environmental enforcement patrols per week in Havant.

Provision of training services in maritime safety and security management.

Southampton Solent University | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 8, 2015
cpvs
80510000

As an integral part of Southampton Solent University, Warsash Maritime Academy (WMA) provides a wide range of maritime education and training courses, at internationally-acclaimed levels of quality and delivery, to officers and crews of the Merchant Navies of the world, an increasing number of superyacht officers and crews and people engaged in the offshore energy and renewables sectors of industry. For all information on this tender, please go to https://in-tendhost.co.uk/solent/aspx/Home

ENT Service and Audiology Services for NHS Surrey Downs CCG

SOUTH OF ENGLAND PROCUREMENT SERVICES | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
85000000

ENT Surrey Downs CCG is commissioning a Community ENT provider to provide services to Surrey Downs GP registered patients within our locality areas. We are looking for a service provider than can deliver services from more than one community location and is committed to providing education, training and feedback to primary care to support care in the community. Service: The service is an alternative to hospital based treatments offering a one stop service for appropriate ENT assessments, diagnostics and treatments for minor conditions. Audiology Surrey Downs CCG is commissioning a community Audiology provider to provide services to Surrey Downs GP registered patients within our locality areas. We are looking for a service provider that can deliver services from more than one community location and is committed to encouraging early identification, diagnosis and management of hearing loss through improved patient and professional education. Service: The service is an alternative to hospital based treatments offering direct access for people suffering with hearing problems. Budget ENT £2,100,000- £2,700,000 for a 3 year contract (2 years with 1 x 12 month extension option) Audiology £3,200,000- £4,000,000 for a 3 year contract (2 years with 1 x 12 month extension option)

Community Tele Dermatology for NHS Surrey Downs CCG

SOUTH OF ENGLAND PROCUREMENT SERVICES | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Dermatology Surrey Downs CCG is commissioning a community Tele-dermatology provider to provide services to Surrey Downs GP registered patients within our locality areas. We are looking for a service provider that can increase access for patients with Dermatological conditions as an alternative secondary care assessment and is committed to providing education, training and feedback to primary care to support care in the community. Service: The service will provide rapid support and advice through specialist interpretation of digital images, sent via primary care clinicians. Budget Tele-Dermatology £1,100,000- £1,700,000 (for a 3 year contract, 2 year initial term with 1 x 12 month extension)

Boldrewood Block D & G.

University of Southampton | Published July 25, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
cpvs
45214400, 45214000

Design and Construction of Block D&G on the University of Southampton Boldrewood Campus, Southampton, Hampshire to provide a new engineering/education/office building, at grade site car parking, landscaping and infrastructure. Block D&G will be in the order of 5 453 m² gross external area plus associated infrastructure and landscape works and a secure cycle parking unit. Car Park 2 will be in the order of 59 at grade parking spaces. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=158009

Boldrewood Block D & G.

University of Southampton | Published July 25, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
cpvs
45214400, 45214000

Design and Construction of Block D&G on the University of Southampton Boldrewood Campus, Southampton, Hampshire to provide a new engineering/education/office building, at grade site car parking, landscaping and infrastructure. Block D&G will be in the order of 5 453 m² gross external area plus associated infrastructure and landscape works and a secure cycle parking unit. Car Park 2 will be in the order of 59 at grade parking spaces. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=158009

Supply of a Current Research Information System (CRIS).

University of Southampton | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
Elsevier B.V
cpvs
48000000, 48900000, 48100000, 73110000, 48810000, 48170000

The University has an opportunity to procure a Current Research Information System (CRIS) software to replace an existing system which was developed in-house primarily for compliance with REF, the UK"s national research assessment exercise. With REF 2014 now complete, there remains a demand by the academic community to centralise the University"s corporate data for other purposes, including research performance monitoring, publications management, marketing and compliance with the reporting requirements of the UK Research Councils. To achieve this, CRIS must integrate with the University"s key corporate systems including the Human Resources database, research outputs repository, awards management system and student database. Going forward, the Supplier must develop CRIS for compliance with the next REF (estimated 2020) in response to the requirements of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). As a research-intensive institution, the importance to the University of success in REF cannot be understated; it forms the basis of around 40 000 000 GBP of research income per year (currently) to the University, as well as determining the University"s position in several key national league tables. Further details can be found in the PQQ found at the University"s e-Tendering portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofsouthampton/aspx/Home

Integrated Employment and Skills Services.

Southampton City Council | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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80500000, 80500000, 80500000, 80500000, 80500000, 80500000

Southampton City Council is setting up a Dynamic Purchasing System DPS, for the provision of a range of employment, skills and related support services within Southampton. The DPS is also intended to apply to equivalent services in Portsmouth and the counties of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Southampton City Council and the Council and its partner organisations are committed to provide opportunity and growth for its local residents and businesses. Transforming the wider Hampshire area will require us to build a knowledge rich and creative economy, 1 which will require world-class education and skills amongst our entire workforce. We want employer led demand for skills and labour to be matched with local supply whereby all our residents can benefit from, and contribute to the resultant economic growth, through which dependency on public funds are reduced and quality of life is enhanced for all. We are seeking increased local determination to align public funds across traditional boundaries to maximise responsiveness and effectiveness, and are developing this Dynamic Purchasing System and DPS of employment and skills providers to enable us to commission innovative and wide ranging services aimed at improving the employment opportunities of local residents. We are seeking experienced Service Providers to deliver a high-quality range of employment, skills and related support services within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight area, including Southampton and Portsmouth. Southampton City Council is opening the DPS agreement for use by other Local Authorities and Public Sector Bodies.

Framework Agreement for Architectural, Interior Design and Master Planning Services for the delivery of New Student Halls of residence and Refurbishment Programme.

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Howarth Litchfield Partnership
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 79932000, 71400000, 71240000, 71220000, 71356400

The University of Southampton (the University) recognises that its halls accommodation is an important influence on the Student Experience whilst at university and moreover could influence the application process. The recruitment of students in the higher education sector is becoming increasingly competitive and it is clear that the quality and availability of halls accommodation can be a contributory factor in potential students and their parent's decision making process. The University has undertaken a holistic review of its Residential Estate from which it has developed its Residences Strategy. It is recognised there is a long term need for additional bed spaces to meet a forecasted growth in student numbers but also to improve current provisions through a complex refurbishment and on-going maintenance programme by providing ‘swing space’. A team has been set up to oversee the projects that comprise the proposed strategy which, if implemented will have an estimated value in excess of GBP 200 000 000. This currently includes up to 10 comprehensive refurbishments totalling in the region of GBP 35 000 000 with the remainder being new developments. These new developments are currently expected to be a mix of University delivered projects on their existing estate and those delivered elsewhere by third party developers. Where new developments are delivered through third parties the University will look to their framework consultants to assist in the evaluation of proposals and therefore a good understanding of and experience in the evaluation and procurement process is beneficial. The Estates and Facilities Directorate is responsible for the management of all new build and refurbishment works, building services, infrastructure projects and plant rooms on the University estate. This includes the Halls estate which currently comprises approximately 6 100 student rooms across two principle campuses and a number of individual halls within both Southampton and Winchester. A wider appreciation of the University's facilities and location can be obtained by visiting the University's website: www.soton.ac.uk/accommodation This framework is for architectural services. However on some projects the University may look to individual consultants to be able to provide, in addition to architectural services, master planning and interior design as individual services or a one stop shop service. On larger projects, or where appropriate, the provision of architectural services by individual consultants may be supplemented by consultants from similar University frameworks for the provision of other construction-related services. The University is establishing a collaborative framework of consultants from relevant professional disciplines who combine technical expertise in their relevant professional areas with an ability to work as a team with other framework consultants in different disciplines. Framework consultants will work with the Estates and Facilities Directorate and selected contractors to provide buildings and refurbishments that meet the needs of the University and provide best value for money in terms both of their capital and (perhaps more importantly) whole life costs.

Framework Agreement for Architectural, Interior Design and Master Planning Services for the delivery

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
ADP Architects, FaulknerBrowns LLP, HNW Architects Ltd, Howarth Litchfield Partnership
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 79932000, 71400000, 71240000, 71220000, 71356400

The University of Southampton (the University) recognises that its halls accommodation is an important influence on the Student Experience whilst at university and moreover could influence the application process. The recruitment of students in the higher education sector is becoming increasingly competitive and it is clear that the quality and availability of halls accommodation can be a contributory factor in potential students and their parent's decision making process. The University has undertaken a holistic review of its Residential Estate from which it has developed its Residences Strategy. It is recognised there is a long term need for additional bed spaces to meet a forecasted growth in student numbers but also to improve current provisions through a complex refurbishment and on-going maintenance programme by providing ‘swing space’. A team has been set up to oversee the projects that comprise the proposed strategy which, if implemented will have an estimated value in excess of GBP 200 000 000. This currently includes up to 10 comprehensive refurbishments totalling in the region of GBP 35 000 000 with the remainder being new developments. These new developments are currently expected to be a mix of University delivered projects on their existing estate and those delivered elsewhere by third party developers. Where new developments are delivered through third parties the University will look to their framework consultants to assist in the evaluation of proposals and therefore a good understanding of and experience in the evaluation and procurement process is beneficial. The Estates and Facilities Directorate is responsible for the management of all new build and refurbishment works, building services, infrastructure projects and plant rooms on the University estate. This includes the Halls estate which currently comprises approximately 6 100 student rooms across two principle campuses and a number of individual halls within both Southampton and Winchester. A wider appreciation of the University's facilities and location can be obtained by visiting the University's website: www.soton.ac.uk/accommodation This framework is for architectural services. However on some projects the University may look to individual consultants to be able to provide, in addition to architectural services, master planning and interior design as individual services or a one stop shop service. On larger projects, or where appropriate, the provision of architectural services by individual consultants may be supplemented by consultants from similar University frameworks for the provision of other construction-related services. The University is establishing a collaborative framework of consultants from relevant professional disciplines who combine technical expertise in their relevant professional areas with an ability to work as a team with other framework consultants in different disciplines. Framework consultants will work with the Estates and Facilities Directorate and selected contractors to provide buildings and refurbishments that meet the needs of the University and provide best value for money in terms both of their capital and (perhaps more importantly) whole life costs.

Guard services

University of Southampton | Published March 16, 2017  -  Deadline April 20, 2017
cpvs
79713000, 79715000, 79710000

The University of Southampton Security Service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year and is always available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The contract term is an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3+2 years] subject to satisfactory performance and at the discretion of the University.

The University's Security Service operates 24 hours 365 day a year available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The University seeks a Contractor who can demonstrate a high level of understanding of the Higher Education sector and the unique requirements thereof. They must be capable of working as part of a joined up team, able to contribute to developing solutions that meet the University's requirements and be committed to collaborating on problem-solving should any issues arise.

The aim of the University's Security Service is to:

Prevent unauthorised access to University premises.

Protect life and limb of all persons on the premises.

Protect University property and all other property on University premises.

Protect confidential and sensitive information.

Maintain a level of security consistent with the academic freedom in an environment of learning.

It will be role of the successful Contractor to support the University in meeting these aims and to commit to a culture of continuous improvement over the term of the contract.

There should be a clear and comprehensive pricing mechanism to help identify cost savings over the term of the contract. Retaining this transparency will be absolutely critical to validating costs and charges (even to the extent of third party costs that are being passed on).

The Service:

The Contractor's duties shall include, but not be limited to:

Internal and external patrolling (day and night), including static guarding and provision of a visual deterrent.

Access control (day and night).

Provide reception and concierge services.

Incident management and emergency response, including but not limited to fire alarms, evacuations and first aid.

Supervise vehicles and parking regulations on premises as required.

Operating security equipment, including CCTV, radios, and alarm systems.

Customer service and responding to requests for assistance.

Incident management, including the management of protest activity.

Escorting and chaperoning VIPs and visitors.

Participation in emergency evacuations and investigate the causes of alarm activations.

Reporting and, where possible preventing, health and safety hazards and providing first aid assistance.

The contract term will comprise of an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3 + 2 years], subject to satisfactory performance.

The procurement process will run in 2 stages:

Stage 1 — Pre-Qualification stage: an overall pass mark of 50 % shall apply to this stage. The intention is to arrive at a shortlist of a maximum of 8 qualified bidders for formal invitation to tender, this will be based on the top 8 scores. In the event of a tiebreak (where 2 or more of top scoring tenderers have the same score), the University will select from amongst those submissions with the highest weighted score.

Stage 2 — Invitation to Tender stage: a minimum score of 50 % shall apply to ITT stage. A maximum of 8 bidders will respond at this stage, with only one company being awarded a contract.

The University envisages that TUPE will apply.

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