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Repair and maintenance services of electrical building installations

London Borough of Hillingdon | Published February 16, 2017
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50711000

New Housing Electrical Repairs and Periodic Testing Service for Council and Social housing, which may include some council buildings. Most repairs will be Electrical Repairs involving Call out, Communal Repairs, some upgrades etc. The scope requires all electrical contractors to undertake the works as listed below: Day to Day responsive repairs Emergency call out and make safe Upgrade works Rewires Communal works Communal Upgrading Smoke alarm installations within domestic properties Emergency lighting upgrades Emergency lighting repairs Emergency lighting testing EICR5 yearly inspection with domestic and communal properties. See further details in SQ documentation specifically Technical Experience SQ-6.

Experience in some or all of the areas identified below: 1. Day to Day responsive repairs 2. Emergency Call out and make safe 3. Upgrade works 4. Rewires 5. Communal works 6. Communal upgrading 7. Smoke alarm installations within domestic properties 8. Emergency lighting upgrades 9. Emergency lighting repairs 10. Emergency lighting testing 11. EICR-5 yearly inspection with domestic and communal properties and as detailed in the above 1-11 being undertaken using NHF appointments and Organisations or Consortia would need to be registered as an approved contractor with the NICEIC or the ECA and have Part P approval as a domestic installer. All works will require photographic evidence before and after works completed.

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

The Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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The appointment of a Main Works Contracting Partner to provide pre-construction services and construction/refurbishment works for the Northern Estate Programme and other interfacing Parliamentary Estate works.

The scope of the Programme encapsulates (but is not limited to) the buildings: Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South, 1 Derby Gate, 1 Parliament Street and Canon Row Residences. The buildings require refurbishment due largely to the age and fragility of the buildings' mechanical and electrical services, poor environmental performance and fire safety improvement requirements.

The buildings are Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 2* listed, are situated within a Conservation Area and have not had any significant intervention in the past 40 years. There is a responsibility to protect and preserve the heritage of these listed buildings and maintain their architectural and historical significance.

Please see enclosed Memorandum of Information for further Programme detail.

Electricity Distribution Network Analysis

Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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73200000

BEIS is looking for a contractor or contractors to undertake a technical study to improve BEIS's understanding of the required electricity distribution network upgrade and reinforcement works, and the costs there associated with, under a range of scenarios that reflect full or partial levels of electrification of heat.

DPS for Electricity and Gas Supplies

One Housing Group | Published March 10, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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09000000

One Housing Group is a establishing a Dynamic Procurement System for the tendering of electricity and gas supply contracts. Each lot is for the supply of energy to the sites of One Housing Group and Contracting Authorities who become Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).Please follow the link to myTenders to register your interest in this opportunity, or email using the address included in the Additional Information section for guidance.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

One Housing Group | Published March 10, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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09000000, 31682000, 09123000

One Housing Group is a establishing a Dynamic Procurement System for the tendering of electricity and gas supply contracts. Each lot is for the supply of energy to the sites of One Housing Group and Contracting Authorities who become Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).

Please follow the link to myTenders to register your interest in this opportunity, or email using the address included in the Additional Information section for guidance.

Lot 1 is for the procurement of HH Supplies to the sites of One Housing Group and Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).

The DPS defines the basic priniciples for requirements relating to billing and payment terms. Any specific requirements will be defined at mini competition stage as defined within the DPS Agreement.

Lot 2 is for the provision of NHH Electricity Supplies to the sites of One Housing Group and Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).

The DPS defines the basic priniciples for requirements relating to billing and payment terms. Any specific requirements will be defined at mini competition stage as defined within the DPS Agreement.

Lot 3 is for the provision of Unmetered Electricity Supply Contracts (UMS) to the sites of One Housing Group and Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).

The DPS defines the basic priniciples for requirements relating to billing and payment terms. Any specific requirements will be defined at mini competition stage as defined within the DPS Agreement.

Lot 4 is for the supply of gas to the sites of One Housing Group and Authorised Purchasers of the DPS (as defined in the DPS Agreement).

The DPS defines the basic priniciples for requirements relating to billing and payment terms. Any specific requirements will be defined at mini competition stage as defined within the DPS Agreement.

FWK1097-Multidisciplinary Design Services Framework

Parliament UK | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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71000000

The Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and the Corporate Officer of the House of Commons acting jointly (the Contracting Authority) seeks expressions of interest from suitability qualified and experienced economic operators to enter into a four year framework agreement (Authority's reference: FWK1097) to provide multi-disciplinary architectural and engineering design services for the Authority's Strategic Estates' various business as usual projects over a 4 year term. The on-going planned and reactive works to the buildings within the estate include building refurbishment, new build and maintenance projects. The projects and services will utilise the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 and will be carried out to BIM Level 2. The Framework Consultants may be appointed to fulfil projects that fall under other strategic programmes that Strategic Estates is supporting. The majority of buildings on the Authority's estate are Grade I and Grade II listed buildings, requiring historic building conservation expertise in all aspects of design. Economic operators to be appointed will be practices able to provide an in-house architectural lead with a proven track record of working on projects involving prestigious buildings of significant historical interest, with demonstrable experience of having integrated innovative engineering solutions, within conservation/listed building constraints. For the purposes of the CDM Regulations, in most instances the appointed consultants will be the Principal Designer. It is envisaged that the majority of individual projects will be progressed by the Authority to planning/design-brief stage whereupon the Authority will then commence the procurement of contractors to carry out the works. Framework providers will also be required to provide services during the construction phase, for occasional redesign upon discovery of site conditions, but predominantly oversight and commissioning to ensure that their designs have been delivered under the NEC3 Supervisory Role. The Contracting Authority is seeking to appoint up to 4 economic operators who will provide multi-disciplinary design team services and associated professional consultancy services either in-house or sub-contracted through established and effective supply chains. It is envisaged services will include: Architectural Services (including Conservation Architect Services); Mechanical and Public Health Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Control Systems and Electronics Engineering; Structural and Civil Engineering; Fire Engineering; NEC3 Supervisor; and Other Specialisms. In addition, supplementary specialist services will also be required to achieve a fully integrated design service. These specialist services may include but not limited to: Acoustic Engineering, Building Control/Approved Inspector, Asbestos Consultancy services, Workspace Planning Services, Catering Design and Specification Services, Sustainability ...

Framework Agreement for the Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical and Mechanical Ancillary Equipment at Greenwich Generating Station

TRANSPORT FOR LONDON | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline January 23, 2017
Winner
Z-Tech Control Systems Limited
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50000000

Inspection and Maintenance services for Electrical and Mechanical Equipment

Maintenance of Mechanical and Electrical Installations at the National Army Museum

National Army Museum | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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31500000

The National Army Museum has just undergone a complete redevelopment project and is due to be handed back to the Client in March/April 2017. It wishes to put in place a suitably qualified company to maintain the mechanical and electrical installations at its Chelsea site and also its Stevenage storage site. The contractors will be responsible at Chelsea for the warranty period of the new installations and any repairs that fall outside the warranties. The Stevenage site has had recent major mechanical installations and the contractor will be responsible for both their and the electrical maintenance

Heat Network Electricity Revenues & Licencing Guidance

Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
Winner
Cornwall Energy Associates Limited
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65300000

Written guidance on heat network interaction with the Electricity industry. Due to the specialist nature of the electricity industry it will clearly outline the terms used by the industry giving detail to the meanings. The aim is to enhanced revenue routes in order to get best value for power output including optimal price from the wholesale markets thereby presenting more investable schemes. Part of the work will examine exemptions and an internal note will be produced that gives detail how they can affect different network scenarios. Case studies and flow diagrams will be used to in order to convey information effectively.

Energy Follow-Up Survey

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published February 19, 2017  -  Deadline February 2, 2017
Winner
BRE
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73110000

BEIS wishes to commission a project to provide detailed, high-quality current data and analysis on domestic energy consumption in England. In order to effectively design policies to decarbonise domestic heat and contribute to reducing consumer energy bills, a detailed understanding of how households use energy, as opposed to what is predicted in models, is required. A number of important evidence gaps exist that have not been covered in previous surveys or studies. The research focusses on questions related to primary and secondary heating consumption, temperatures, occupancy patterns, over- and under-heating, understanding variations in energy consumption between similar dwellings, trade-offs made by fuel poor households with regards to energy consumption, electrical appliance use, total household energy consumption, comparisons of energy consumption with Energy Performance Certificates, lighting systems, the current prevalence of smart technologies, damp problems and ventilation.

Contractors' Framework for General Building Works and Mechanical and Electrical Works

The British Museum | Published February 19, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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45212313

The British Museum wishes to establish frameworks with a number of contractors who have relevant experience (including Grade 1 listed building works) in the arts and culture or similar sectors. Lot 1 is for General Building Works projects with a value between GBP25,000 and GBP2500000. Lot 2 is for Mechanical and Electrical Works projects with a value between GBP25,000 and GBP2500000.

GSV1544-Relocation Contingencies Plans

Parliament UK | Published March 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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79430000

The Relocation Contingencies Programme (RCP) is being undertaken to ensure that Parliament has a viable set of fully prepared, robust and assured options in the event of denial of part or all of the Houses of Parliament, which may arise from a major mechanical or electrical failure, utility failure, fire, flood, terrorism or from some other cause. The aim of the programme is to ensure the continuity of parliamentary business with a primary focus on maintaining critical, high-level business activities. Suppliers are required to download the Non-Disclosure Deed (NDD) from the portal before accessing the tender documents. The NDD must be submitted as a correspondence and a declaration must also be submitted, stating that the NDD has not been modified. Access to the tender documents will not be granted until the signed NDD has been received.

Western Road - Electrical

QUADRANT CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LIMITED | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
Winner
Jordan James
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45310000

Design, Supply and installation of Electrical works.

Framework Contract for Renewal of rising and lateral mains, upgrading of communal lighting, installation of new emergency lighting and decorations to common parts

Royal Borough Of Greenwich | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 29, 2017
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45310000

The Works are in relation to electrical upgrade and decoration works to the common parts of a number of purpose built, residential housing blocks owned by the Authority. The works include the renewal of rising and lateral mains, the replacement where required of VIR cabling, upgrading of communal lighting and the installation of emergency lighting where none currently exist; and decorations to common parts using a Class O rated fire retardant coating. The works include for: (i) Communal lighting upgrades to 835 blocks; (ii) Renewal of rising and lateral mains to 331 blocks; (iii) Common part decorations to 125 blocks; (iv) A comprehensive resident liaison service to gain access to their flats for the purposes of connecting new electrical mains; (v) Asbestos removal or encapsulation works where required; (vi) Consultation with residents to select colour choices for decorations;

Fixed Wiring Lot 2

CLARION HOUSING GROUP LIMITED | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
Winner
Elecheck (EST) Ltd
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45311000

Inspection programme of electrical installations

Communal Lighting and Electrical Testing

Southwark Council | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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31200000

The awarding authority seeks to appoint 2 contractors for the provision of responsive repairs and planned maintenance to its communal lighting, landlord supplies and lightning protection systems to its housing stock within the geographical boundaries (Contract A - north of the borough and Contract B - south of the borough) in the London Borough of Southwark. Each block will require a periodic installation test to be carried out at least once during the lifetime of the contracts. The contracts will include annual tests and responsive repairs to the lightning protection systems and emergency lighting. The contracts will be required to provide a 24/7 365 days response repair service.

Analysis to determine the optimal UK rapid charging network for electric vehicles

The Committee On Climate Change | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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73000000

The CCC's recommendations on the level of the first five carbon budgets are based on a set of scenarios demonstrating how the CCC's trajectories of emissions reductions can be achieved in each sector of the economy, through deployment of technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The CCC has a statutory duty to advise the Government on the most cost-effective path to decarbonisation, taking account of the range of criteria in the Climate Change Act. The UK is legally bound by the Climate Change Act to reduce its emissions by at least 80% below 1990 levels by 2050. In some sectors of the economy, such as agriculture and industry, it is more challenging and costly to reduce emissions than in others, such as power. Some sectors, including transport, must reduce emissions by up to 90% to achieve an economy-wide 80% reduction. This implies that in the road transport sector the car, van, bus and HGV fleets would need to be almost entirely zero or ultra-low carbon by 2050. For its advice on the Fifth Carbon Budget period (2028-2032), the CCC developed a central scenario (the Medium Abatement scenario) for road transport emissions. This scenario is designed to be consistent with the objective of delivering car, van, bus and HGV fleets that are almost entirely zero or ultra-low carbon by 2050. Ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) are vehicles with zero or near-zero tailpipe emissions which make use of electricity from an increasingly decarbonised power sector. Two types of ULEV are plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), collectively referred to as electric vehicles (EVs). PHEVs have both an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. They can be recharged using a plug or refuelled using petrol or diesel. BEVs only use electric motors and derive all power from battery packs, which are recharged using a plug. A survey of public attitudes towards electric vehicles by DfT in 2016 identified recharging as the most important factor deterring people from buying an electric car or van. 45% of driving license holders surveyed reported charging as a deterring factor. These license holders listed concerns about the availability of charging points, including lack of charging points in their area and lack of knowledge of where charging points are. Currently available electric vehicle chargers can broadly be classified in 3 main categories: Slow chargers, Fast chargers and Rapid chargers. The naming scheme is indicative of the amount of time it would take each type of charger to charge a vehicle, with rapid chargers delivering the most power in the shortest available time. Cheaper slow chargers tend to be installed in places where cars are likely to be parked for long periods (i.e. home or workplace). Rapid chargers are significantly more expensive, but offer a valuable decrease in charging time, making driving long distances a practical option. Not all electric vehicles currently on the market can charge us

H5013 Waterview House Communal Heating Refurbishment, Replacement of HIUs, Payment Meters and Renewable Technology

Tower Hamlets | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline October 20, 2016
Winner
AJS Limited
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45000000

Description: Waterview House is a system built 17 storey block of flats. The heating and hot water requirement is provided via a single storey boiler room that provides communal heating and hot water services to 58 dwellings in the block. The work required include; Boiler house works • Modification of pipe work and valve configuration • Installation of system separation via a plate heat exchanger system. • Insulation and commissioning of new boilers pumps & equipment. • Modification of boiler flue system • Modification of electrical installation • Modification of controls and BMS system • Making good and associated building works. Distribution and indwelling works • Modification of pipe work and valve configuration • Installation new HIUs with heat metering facility to comply to Manufactures requirements • Installation of the Guru M-bus heat metering resident interface system instruction and requirements • Modification to indwelling controls and equipment • Modification of electrical installation Modification of boxing's and making good and associated building works The Council is committed to improving the quality of life for both residents and businesses within Tower Hamlets. In line with The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the authority will consider how this procurement might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area. In order to achieve this, it is our objective to work with existing and future contractors to secure an appropriate level of community benefits through the procurement process. Detailed guidance and minimum levels of the economic and community benefit applicable to this tender will be available within the tender documentation.

Mechanical & Electrical Consultant

London Borough Of Lambeth | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
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71334000

Mechanical and Electrical Consultant required to RIBA stage 3 for a residential new build scheme of 50 units for London Borough of Lambeth.

East Finchley Library refurbishment

London Borough of Barnet Council | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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45453100

Refurbishment works to East Finchley Library. A broad (non-exhaustive) summary of the reconfiguration works is as follows: - Alterations to internal partition walls - Creation of internal self-contained service units - Minor external landscaping including new access ramps - New accessible platform lifts to internal areas - New mechanical and electrical networks to support new CCTV and self-service opening technology