The University of Roehampton is seeking a supplier from suitably resourced, qualified and experienced contractors in order to carry out a combination of planned, corrective and emergency maintenance to the Fire Alarm & Emergency Lighting Systems within buildings that the University has a duty to maintain and ensure compliance. The contract will run for 4 years.
The lighting delivery contract must be conducted in accordance with public laws and regulations and in consultation with local authorities. All electrotechnical equipment shall comply with relevant EU/EEA directives, prevailing European standards or Norwegian standards in case European standards are missing. All requirements in accordance with ‘Regulations concerning electrical low voltage systems’ (FEL), and the Norwegian Electrotechnical Committee (NEK) standard 400:2014 shall be complied with, as well as Technical regulations regarding electrotechnical systems in the Planning and building act.
Particular emphasis will be placed on energy/climate/and operationally favourable system solutions.
Materials, equipment, components and execution are selected in accordance with this.
The electro technical installations are described in 8 different contracts named K401 Elkraft [Electric Power], K4011 Lighting (including outdoor lighting), K501 Security, K5011 Network, K502 Centralised operational control/automatic controls, K503 Internal control equipment, K5031 AV equipment, and K601 Lift. Some electrotechnical work is also included in contract K201 Alteration Infrastructure, K204 Framework concrete work and K701 Outdoor installations.
This contract, K4011, with associated drawings and documents, includes the following:
— Lighting equipment;
— Emergency light equipment;
— A lighting control system for façade lights on the Alabaster façade;
— A lighting control system for internal lights in the Alabaster hall.
Contract K4011 is mainly an equipment delivery contract (excluding installation) for the construction site.
The equipment delivery will be divided in several deliveries in accordance with the building progress.
Contract K4011 shall include the delivery, the installation and the commissioning of complete control systems for the control of the façade lighting in the Alabaster façade and internal lights in the Alabaster Hall.
The tenderer shall list the 3 most central employees as a part of the response to the award criteria Quality — Project implementation. These employees shall be available during the entire delivery/contract period.
The contracting authority is emphasising that independent on the tender responses related to the award criteria, the tenderer is bound to provide required administration, competence and organisation. The tenderer cannot, under any circumstances, deliver less than what is described in the tender response.
Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting
Service & Maintenance of Fire Alarms and Emergency Lighting
Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting
The nature of the contract is to provide a comprehensive maintenance service for the road, footway and car park lighting, floodlighting, illuminated bus shelters, exterior car park lighting and the the illuminated traffic signs and bollards which will require compliance with the maximum response times and defect liabilities specified in the contract documents.
Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process, and registration will be required.
To access eTenderwales, express your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml and search for PQQ/ITT code 53373 (available from 13.2.2017) within the appropriate area.
The nature of the contract is to provide a comprehensive maintenance service for the road, footway and car park lighting, floodlighting, illuminated bus shelters, exterior car park lighting and the illuminated traffic signs and bollards which will require compliance with the maximum response times and defect liabilities specified in the contract documents.
Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. Full details of the requirement and the specification for the services is contained within the ITT on eTenderwales.
Note: The estimated contract value is for the initial 4 year contract period only. Should the contract be extended to its maximum duration, the estimated contract value would be 7 600 000 GBP.
Swindon Borough Council (SBC), wishes to submit to tender the requirements for the provision of Street Lighting Electrical Connections Services to ensure the continued statutory connections agreement for all un-metered service connections, disconnections and service transfers to include low voltage overhead services.
All tender documents are available in the attachments section on the tender advert on the South West Portal available using the link below:
Swindon Borough Council (SBC) wishes to submit to tender the requirements for the provision of Street Lighting Electrical Connections Services to ensure the continued statutory connections agreement for all un-metered service connections, disconnections and service transfers to include low voltage overhead services.
The contract will be for a 12 month initial term and is anticipated to start on 15.5.2017, until the 14.5.2018. There is an option to extend for 2 additional periods of 12 months, subject to satisfactory supplier performance, demand for services and budgets. Therefore the maximum contract period will not exceed 36 months.
Street Lighting Electrical Connections Services requirements will be obtained from the successful Tenderer on an ‘as and when required’ basis. No guarantee can be given as to the quantities of services required or service categories that will be taken under this Contract. The contract spend will be between 0 and 195 000 GBP per annum; total contract value including extensions will be between 0 and 585 000 GBP.
This is a Request for Information (RFI) only and does not constitute a commitment, implied or otherwise that the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) will take procurement action in this matter. Further, Metro will not take any responsibility for any cost incurred in providing a response to this RFI. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), requires public transit agencies to provide complementary paratransit service. To fulfill this requirement, Metro operates MetroAccess (MACS) service on behalf of the seven counties and cities in Maryland and Virginia surrounding the District of Columbia (DC) along with DC. MACS is the fifth largest paratransit service in North America, operating 675 paratransit vehicles in daily revenue service and providing 2.4 million passenger trips in 2016. MACS vehicles operate over 25 million miles each year in revenue service. MACS vehicles also operate in some of the worst traffic in North America involving not only traffic volume but aggressive driving by those trying to reach their destination timely and inattentive driving by others. The combined result is that MACS vehicles are often rear ended or are the recipient of a side collision by vehicles being driven aggressively or inattentively. To draw attention, and possibly reduce collisions, Metro has taken past steps to improve the external lighting on MACS vehicles, additional side and rear lighting and a roof mounted strobe light, and has introduced reflective stripes and paint to draw attention to MACS vehicles. Metro's over-riding priority is safety of its customers and this RFI is a first step in a comprehensive review of MACS external lighting specifications. Industry input on lighting packages suitable for MACS use that can lower the incidence of adverse side and rear end collisions is desired. Manufacture information on the efficacy of products in reducing rear end and side collisions is desired. Metro will use this information to require an external lighting system that advances Metro safety goals. It is contemplated that the system will be installed during manufacture of MACS vans. There is a preference for systems that can be retrofitted to existing MACS vans as well. MACS vans are replaced every 5 years. 675 will be replaced in the next 5 years and the fleet is expected to expand by 100 during that same time. The total requirement for external lighting therefore is 775 during a 5 year time span. MACS paratransit vehicles are currently built on the Ford Transit extended, high roof platform. Manufacturers are invited to submit specifications, drawings and literature on their external lighting products suitable for installation on paratransit vans and to provide information on those products ability to meet Metro's safety goal of reducing rear and side collisions caused by others. Again, if available, information on the success of the vendor's products in reducing accidents in actual fleet operation is highly desired. As Metro does operate in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, it is the responsibility of vendors to ensure products demonstrated to Metro meet regulatory requirements imposed by these three states for MACS vehicles. Metro is issuing a Request for Information to obtain recommendations. The information received in response to this Request for Information will be used by Metro to determine the next action steps to move forward. A response will not result in an award. Also, WMATA does not commit to any incurred cost in preparation of a response to this Request for Information. If you have questions, please e-mail them to email@example.com no later than close of business, Friday, March 3, 2017.
Lighting Equipment for Chief Joseph Dam, Bridgeport, WA
This is an update of the original notice published on the Bank’s website on 18.09.2015.
The City of Yerevan intends using the proceeds of a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD” or “the Bank”) and the Eastern Europe Energy Efficiency and Environment Partnership (“E5P”) for a project to modernise the street lighting system in 28 selected streets in the City of Yerevan by introducing new energy efficient technologies. The proposed project, which has a total estimated cost of EUR 6 million equivalent, will require the procurement of the following goods, works and services:
Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2017.
Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan fromthe Bank and the E5P grant will be subject to the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.
Interested suppliers and contractors should contact:
Contact name: Ms. Nora Martirosyan
Address: 1/3 Buzand Street, Yerevan, Armenia
Tel: +374 10 520973
UPGRADE / REPLACEMENT / DESIGN / INSTALLATION OF EXTERIOR LIGHTING SYSTEM IN FRANKFURT, GERMANY