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H1727 - Electrical Works Contract

Stroud District Council | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline September 15, 2015
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A single contract for electrical re-wires and remedial works for Stroud District Council's residential properties. The works will comprise of re-wires, electrical testing, PAT testing, estate lighting, planned maintenance of lightning protection and electrical heating replacements. It may also include the provision of a responsive repair service. The contract will be for an initial 48 month period with the ability to extend to 120 months in two upto 36 month extensions.

Framework for Building, Mechanical & Electrical works. (Up to ?15,000.00 Projects only)

Gloucestershire County Council | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline June 11, 2015
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Gloucestershire County Council is seeking tenders from Bidders who wish to be part of its Framework to deliver Building, Mechanical/Electrical & Specialist Professional Services associated with the undertaking of Maintenance and other Built Environment work Programmes for a period of three years plus one year period ( 3+1) The Framework will provide an approved number of providers for certified Building, Engineering (mechanical/electrical) works for engagement by the following users: Gloucestershire County Council, District Councils, Parish & Town Councils, Schools/Academies, offices, libraries, day centres, care homes, fire stations and other public buildings within Gloucestershire. Please login and register to access the tender documents

UK SBS BLOJEU-RE150358STFC-Electrical Connectors for vacuum chambers

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
Winner
Tekdata Interconnections ltd
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STFC-RAL require the provision of Electrical Connectors. Manufactured, assembled and tested to their specification. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for: •The work related to the manufacture, assembly, testing, and shipping of the connectors to STFC-RAL •The preparation of the documentation necessary for the work •Provision of all tools, test equipment, etc., necessary for the work There are three connector types and two genders of these connectors alongside the pins and sockets associated with these connectors.

County Ground, Swindon - To supply and install a new sewage pump, electrical supply, water main and associated works

Swindon Borough Council | Published March 14, 2016  -  Deadline March 9, 2016
Winner
R Curtis Building & Groundworks Ltd
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45317000

to supply and install new sewage pump, electrical supply, water main and associated works

Collection and Recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Bath and North East Somerset Council | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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90500000

Bath & North East Somerset Council (B&NES) is seeking to appoint a Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS) to collect and recycle Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) from its Designated Collection Facilities (DCFs). The Council wishes to award a Contract to a PCS able to collect and recycle WEEE from its 3 Recycling Centres and one Transfer Station depots. The Contract will commence on 14 January 2016 and continue for an initial term of 1 year, with an option to extend the Contract for a further 1 year. This Specification details the Services to be provided by the Contractor.

Alliance Homes Electrical - Ref AH - 102

Alliance Homes | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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45000000

Alliance Homes Group is a registered provider of around 6150 social homes in the North Somerset area, which includes the towns of Portishead, Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon and Nailsea. Alliance Homes Group wishes to work with suitably qualified and experienced contractors to supply an Electrical Repairs Service to support its in-house team (Property Care Direct (PCD)). Due to the nature of the service no value and volume of work is guaranteed but, only for reference, in 2015 we spent approximately £250,000 on this service. Alliance seek contractors who have a strong track record of delivering best practice on similar services and of working proactively with clients to support the client’s aims and objectives. The contract will be awarded for a period of 1 years, with an option to extend for a further 3 years subject to an agreed % up-lift and delivery of key performance standards at the end of each financial year.

Tender for Maintenance and Repair of Specialist Mechanical and Electrical Equipment

PLYMOUTH COMMUNITY HOMES LIMITED | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 17, 2016
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50710000

Maintenance and Repair of Specialist Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Plymouth Community Homes (PCH) . PCH are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and highly experienced contractors for the carrying out of the maintenance and repair of specialist mechanical and electrical equipment at PCH's properties. The works will involve maintaining special mechanical and electrical equipment in sheltered accommodation, tower blocks and blocks of flats within the city limits. The equipment to be maintained and repaired will be:- • Fire alarms • Fire extinguishers • Emergency lights • Ventilation Equipment (Air Handling Units and Fans) • Variable Speed water pumps for tower blocks • Communal Heating Systems (it should be noted that Marlborough House which is approximately 120 properties - will be removed from this contract when the new heating system is installed – Mid 2016) • Pressurization units • Fire Pumps • Dry risers • Heating Controls • Automatic Doors • Lightning protection • CCTV – this service may be added during the term of this contract PCH are seeking to appoint a single contractor to perform this work. The proposed contract will be for an initial period of 3 (three) years and PCH will have the option to extend the contract, at its sole discretion and subject to performance, for a further 2 (two) years and has a proposed estimated value of £200,000 per annum. Please contact us at pch.procurement@plymouthcommunityhomes.co.uk requesting to participate in this tender and we will provide you with the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) document to complete. The return deadline date for the PQQ document is 17 February 2016 at 12:00.

CA3220 - SWAST-0324-FM-15-16 In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment – Portable Appliance Testing

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust | Published February 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
Winner
Calbarrie Compliance Services Ltd
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71314100

In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment – Portable Appliance Testing - To access this competition: login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA3220. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA3220 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

Data Centres Plant Upgrade

University Of Bristol | Published September 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 8, 2015
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71334000

The project is to design and build upgrades to the mechanical and electrical plant equipment in two of the university’s machine rooms to ensure that they are fit for purpose, provide resilient and robust mechanical and electrical services, and provide concurrent maintainability of the electrical systems (to ensure no downtime of services is required for electrical testing). Interested parties must download and submit their tender documents via the ProContract Tender portal (tender.bris.ac.uk) no later than 12 noon on 21st October 2015.

Mundesley Boarding House Heating and Hot Water Replacement

Council Of The Isles Of Scilly | Published March 18, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016
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71321000

The Council of the Isles of Scilly as owners of Mundesley Boarding House are planning a comprehensive upgrade and enhancement of the heating and hot water systems of the property. Mundesley Boarding House provides residential accommodation for up to 30 young people during term time. The objective of the heating and hot water upgrade is to replace the existing oil fired wet system with a new electrical / thermodynamic system to ensure that the building operates to its greatest energy efficiency whilst maintaining satisfactory conditions for the occupants. The Council is seeking to contract with a suitable supplier for the design and installation of the electrical/thermodynamic system.

CP1172-15 The Devon Maintenance Panel Agreement

Devon County Council | Published March 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
Winner
Multiple Suppliers
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45000000

The Devon Maintenance Panel Agreement (MPA) ? is for contractors to provide responsive minor maintenanceworks based on 10 geographic sub-areas covering Devon. Contractors may tender with the aim of beingappointed to work in 1 or more sub areas. This framework will require contractors to tender to provide one ormore of the following services ? general building, electrical, plumbing/heating/mechanical and some specialistworks ? roofing, underground drainage, door/ window works, emergency cleaning and portable appliance testing

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2A'

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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45000000

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2A' Bristol City Council is seeking a contractor to undertake the construction of 23 council homes, comprising of a mix of houses and bungalows, associated hard and soft landscaping. All properties have been designed to Passivhaus standards, with the walls to be constructed of porotherm blocks. The buildings are to be fully completed by the main contractor to the point at which a tenant can move in, including all electrical, mechanical, drainage, landscaping and decorative works.

PV Installation

Public Health England | Published October 6, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
Winner
TH White Ltd
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45000000

Engineer, Procure, Construct and Commission a ground mounted Solar Photovoltaic Installation, with an approximate array size of 600kWp occupying an area no greater than 1.0 Hectare. The PV installation is to be connected to site’s incoming HV electrical system via a new 11kV transformer, generation meter and ancillaries. The system must be commissioned and generating electricity in normal operation BEFORE the planned change to the ROC subsidy, on 31st March 2016.

South South West Works Framework

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published January 26, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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45233000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) wish to appoint a multi- discipline framework contract for the South South West operating area. The contract will cover the areas listed below. The HCA reserves the right to award either a single, multi-discipline contract or by discipline. The combined contract value will not exceed the maximum value of this tender as stated in the value section of this notice for and therefore may end before the envisaged contract end date. Civil Works - Road ways & Access ways, Hardstanding Areas, Over-surfacing Roads, Footpaths & Cycle-ways and Foul & Storm Drainage Parking Surfaces - Porous Block Paving Surfaces, Asphalt Parking Surface, Geocellular Stone filled Surface, Grasscrete Parking Surfac and Grass Block Surface Electrical Installations - Fire Alarms Installations, Street lights, Corridor Lights, Office Lights, HV Trench Works, LV Trench Works, Access Control Systems and Electrician Rates. Security Fencing - High Security Fencing, Low Level Fencing, Galvanized Fencing, General & Standard Gates and General & Standard Fencing. Other Works - Guttering & Interceptors, Water Connections, Portacabins, General Skills, Waste Management andHoarding & Boarding. CPV descriptions include: 45233162: Cycle path construction work 45233161: Footpath construction work 45112400: Excavating work 45310000: Electrical installation works 45311000: Electrical wiring and fitting works 45231221: Gas supply mains construction work 45000000: Construction work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45260000: Roof works and other special trade construction works 45261000: Erection and related works of roof frames and coverings 45261300: Flashing and guttering work 45100000: Site preparation work 45200000: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work 45300000: Building installation work 45400000: Building completion work 45500000: Hire of construction and civil engineering machinery and equipment with operator 45342000: Erection of fencing Postcode area to include DT, SP, GU, PO, SO, BH, TR, PL, TQ, EX, TA, BS, BA, SN, GL, OX and RG.

Scarborough Castle design, construction and installation of a new shop - AWARD

English Heritage-Retail | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
Winner
ARJ CRE8 Ltd
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39170000

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Scarborough Castle between 23rd November – 29th November 2015. (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site, English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. A sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop • Manufacture of all counter and units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used) • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are restrictions on size of vehicles that can gain access to the site. Maximum height is 3m and width 2.8m. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as specified, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • Complete any snagging in shop to English Heritage contract managers sign off and time specified It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

GB-Bath: Eastwood Residences Refurbishment - Main Contractor

University of Bath | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
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45453100

The University of Bath requires a contractor to undertake the refurbishment of the Eastwood Residences on the main campus. Works will include the following: Internal refurbishment of 19no student accommodation houses (known as Eastwood 1 to 19), including; • Replacement kitchens • Replacement bathrooms • Replacement surface finishes throughout • Replacement balustrades to main staircase • Associated mechanical & electrical working • Upgrading the district heating pipework to each house; Internal refurbishment of 8no student accommodation houses (known as Eastwood 24 to 31), including; • Replacement kitchens • Replacement surface finishes throughout • Associated mechanical & electrical working • Upgrading the district heating pipework to each house; Pipework Infrastructure - Nature: Replacement of boosted cold water and low pressure hot water system pipework within ground ducts to serve each property. - Location: University of Bath, 1 – 31 Eastwood, (Eastwood Residences) & Lodge. For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-GB-Bath:-Eastwood-Residences-Refurbishment---Main-Contractor/E2P65A2N28 To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/E2P65A2N28

Design, construction and installation of new shop at Rievaulx Abbey - AWARD

English Heritage-Retail | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
Winner
ARJ CRE8 Ltd
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45213112

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Rievaulx Abbey between 16th May 2016 to 20th May (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site and the English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required. • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required. • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. The finishes are set out in the pricing section of this document. Sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop. • Manufacture of the counter and all units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used). The counter to include 3 tills as shown on the plan and to allow for a CCTV monitor to be integrated and recessed into the desk (supplied and installed by the main contractor). • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are width restrictions on some roads leading to the site. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as agreed, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • After 12 months identify and complete any snagging to the satisfaction of the English Heritage Contract Manager for sign off. It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

Design, construction and installation of new shop at Rievaulx Abbey

English Heritage-Retail | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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45213112

To design the shop layout within the brief given by English Heritage Contract Manager (Martin Wright), to manufacture off Site and install at Rievaulx Abbey between 16th May 2016 to 20th May (A maximum of 5 days installation allowed). The following scope of work is included: • Work with main contractor at Site and the English Heritage Contract Manager, to ensure project delivered on time and within budget. • Design shop layout to brief, following English Heritage shop fit out policy • Attend design meetings and installation meetings as required. • Visit Site to take final measurements before manufacture – make any other site visits as required. • Provide samples of raw materials to be used to manufacture shop fit. The finishes are set out in the pricing section of this document. Sample and finishes board will be required. • Source and supply raw materials as specified for shop. • Manufacture of the counter and all units in retail shop, this includes the fitting of any in built directional lighting (LSD light bulbs to be used). The counter to include 3 tills as shown on the plan and to allow for a CCTV monitor to be integrated and recessed into the desk (supplied and installed by the main contractor). • Although no electrical work is required, wall units and counter must have trunking and spur fittings installed ready for connection at Site. • Manufacture off Site and deliver to Site. Note there are width restrictions on some roads leading to the site. The price must include delivery to Site and vehicle restrictions accounted for. • Provide technical drawings for English Heritage M&E Maintenance and Electrical teams as required including counter layouts and unit layouts • Provide any other drawings as requested by English Heritage contract manager related to design of the shop and individual unit design • Install all shop units and counter to plans as agreed, this includes taking away any waste materials and packaging generated from the shop fit. • After 12 months identify and complete any snagging to the satisfaction of the English Heritage Contract Manager for sign off. It will not include • Any alternations to buildings on Site • No electrical work on Site - connection of units and counter to site power will be completed by approved English Heritage contractors • No decoration work • No work to flooring

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2B'

BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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45000000

The Construction of New Council Housing 'Phase 2B' Bristol City Council is seeking a contractor to undertake the construction of 3 timber framed bungalows at Chakeshill Drive, Brentry, Bristol, BS10 6PH, and timber framed flats at Peverell Drive, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7LG and Satchfield Crescent, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7BG. All properties have been designed to Passivhaus standards. The external walls are to have an external skin of brickwork, the pitched roof will be tiled and windows are timber / aluminium composite. The building is to be fully completed by the main contractor to the point at which a tenant can move in, including all electrical, mechanical, drainage, landscaping and decorative works.

CP1172-15 The Devon Maintenance Panel Agreement

Devon County Council | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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45000000

Devon County Council (DCC) has a significant property estate which comprises many buildings located throughout the geographic area of Devon. The MPA will operate in each of 10 Geographical Sub Areas within Devon (set out later in this document). In each of these geographical areas a panel of up to a maximum of 15* contractors per discipline is required for each of the following most frequently used work categories/lots - General Building, Electrical Works, Plumbing & Mechanical Works, Window & Door Works, Roof Works, Underground Drainage, Emergency Cleaning & Portable Appliance Testing. (* - up to 25 in Exeter Geographical Sub area & only 5 contractors will be appointed in each of the 10 Devon sub areas for Portable Appliance Testing.)