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Electrical Responsive Maintenance Contract

Kent County Council | Published January 22, 2013  -  Deadline March 4, 2013
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10120000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over £2bn and serves a population of 1.3m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. 

 

Property Group is responsible for the effective management of the Council’s property assets and for the delivery of property related professional Services to the Council comprising of more than 1800 properties with a value in excess of £1bn.  The Council has five Directorates, i) Communities, ii) Children’s, Families, Health and Education, iii) Environment and Regeneration, iv) Chief Executive’s Department, and v) Kent Adult Social Services. Property Group forms part of the Chief Executives Department which supports front line service delivery.

 

The property portfolio ranges from educational and social services establishments to office accommodation.

 

 

The Council wishes to establish a single source provider for the provision of Electrical Responsive Maintenance Contract. The Council is managing this procurement process in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (the “Regulations”).

 


This contract is for the provision of Reactive Electrical Maintenance to The Council buildings.  The Council will use this contract to procure the Services detailed to support the effective, efficient and economic use of the Council’s estate in Zone 2 (Maidstone, Ashford and Shepway, Tonbridge & Malling). 

 

 

United Kingdom-Maidstone: Repair and maintenance services of electrical building installations

 | Published February 11, 2015
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United Kingdom-Maidstone: Repair and maintenance services of electrical building installations

Fixed Electrical Testing - Ref PSSC029 - RFQ

Swale Borough Council | Published June 28, 2017  -  Deadline July 17, 2017
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101100

Swale Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to tender for Fixed Electrical Testing if Swale Borough Council's corporate and community premises. The contract will commence on 21st August 2017 and terminate on 20th August 2021. The tenderer/s who submits the Most Economically Advanta...rical wiring inspections of premises to ensure the assets listed in section 6 are safe and comply with BS7671:2008+A3:2015 and any future amendments to the regulations implemented during the life time of this contract. The closing date for submissions of Expressions of Interest is 17/07/2017 10:00

Apprentice Training and Assessment Contracts 2015 – Offshore Region - Electrical Maintenance

ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRAINING BOARD | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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80000000

This contract relates to the training and assessment of ECITB OGTAP Modern Apprentices being recruited in the ECITB Offshore Region for September 2016. The services required will result in the successful completion of the ECITB Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering Construction. This will be achieved through a combination of off-the-job training and work based activity over a 4 year period. These contracts are reliant on the successful organisation accessing funding through the relevant Government Funding Body which should be sufficient to fund the mandatory components of the Modern Apprenticeship Framework.

The Management [Collection, Treatment and Recycling] of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment [WEEE] including Dry Cell Batteries

Kent County Council | Published November 15, 2013  -  Deadline December 9, 2013
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18000000

Advertisement for:  The Management (collection, treatment and recycling) of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) including Dry Cell Batteries.

Kent County Council (“the Authority” - KCC) is the largest local Council in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres.  It has an annual expenditure of over £1bn on goods and services and a population of 1.3m.  The Authority provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. 

KCC is looking for an approved Producer Compliance Scheme, to operate a WEEE and Dry Cell Battery collection, storage, transport and process scheme.

KCC is the Waste Disposal Authority for the County of Kent, excluding Medway Council.  The Waste Disposal Authority accepts this waste stream through its network of 18 Household Waste Recycling Centres.  In addition, there are a number of further authorised locations for the collection of WEEE and batteries, including Kent schools, Kent Children’s Centres, Kent libraries and other nominated KCC facilities.  KCC is responsible for the treatment and/or disposal of household waste, under the provisions of Section 51, Environmental Protection Act 1990.

The following is an indication of types and quantities of WEEE materials and Dry Cell Batteries collected during 2012.

Large Domestic Appliances (LDA) - 793 Tonnes

Cooling Equipment - 1153 Tonnes

Displays - 3479 Tonnes

Lamps - 20 Tonnes

Mixed (Small Domestic Appliances (SDA) - 2606 Tonnes

Plus

Dry Cell Batteries - 38 Tonnes

This Tonnage is expected to increase during 2013 and ongoing.

The successful tenderer will be expected to:

1. Supply the static containers and other mediums  to collect and store the materials prior to transportation.

2. Arrange and collect all WEEE and Waste Batteries (including transport and treatment) from the designated collection points

3. Provide to the Council the total weights of all WEEE streams (plus numbers of Categories A, B and C) and Waste Batteries collected at each designated collection points

4. Ensure containers are maintained in a safe and acceptable cosmetic condition.

Notes:

Changes may be required due to the implementation of revised legislation. Tenderers are advised that the Authority may need to implement changes to satisfy the revised legislation.

A minimum of £65k (sixty five thousand pounds sterling) per annum will be required from the Contractor as Value Added Service Funding

Further information and details are available in the attached documentation.

Closure and receipt of Tender will be 9th December 2013 at 12:00 noon.  Closure of clarifications will be 2nd December 2013 at 12 noon.

The Contract is expected to be enacted on the 10th January 2014, with commencement of operation on the 1st February 2014.  The contract will be for 1 (one) year with a potential to extend, in any denomination for up to 1 (one) year, if required.

 

Provision of Post Design Services for the Dakota Aircraft of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Ministry of Defence | Published November 27, 2015
Winner
Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace Limited
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50211100

Aircraft maintenance services. The provision of a Post Design Services (PDS) for the BBMF Dakota aircraft, excluding engines, but covering the following: basic airframe, aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems, undercarriage system (including braking), engine control systems, engine oil system and the aircraft electrical system (including avionics).

Provision of Post Design Services for the Dakota Aircraft of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Ministry of Defence, Combat Air, Fast Air Support Team (FAST) | Published June 3, 2015
Winner
Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace Limited
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50211100

Aircraft maintenance services. The provision of a Post Design Services (PDS) for the BBMF Dakota aircraft, excluding engines, but covering the following: basic airframe, aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems, undercarriage system (including braking), engine control systems, engine oil system and the aircraft electrical system (including avionics).

Supply & Installation of a Heat Retention Pool Cover

 | Published June 29, 2016  -  Deadline July 28, 2016
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45212000

The Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk (the Council) intends to let a contract for the supply and installation of one pool cover at Alive Oasis, Central Promenade, Hunstanton, Norfolk PE36 5DF. The works must include removal and disposal of old pool covers, installation, all electrical hard wiring, commissioning, relevant testing, 1 year after care service and staff training on site.

Apprentice Training and Assessment Contracts 2017 - Offshore Region - Electrical Maintenance

ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRAINING BOARD | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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80000000

This contract relates to the training and assessment of ECITB OGTAP Modern Apprentices being recruited in the ECITB Offshore Region for September 2017. The services required will result in the successful completion of the ECITB Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering Construction. This will be achieved through a combination of off-the-job training and work based activity over a 4 year period. These contracts are reliant on the successful organisation accessing funding through the relevant Government Funding Body which should be sufficient to fund the mandatory components of the Modern Apprenticeship Framework.

The Manufacture and Installation of Scooter Storage to Multiple Locations

Shepway District Council | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 10, 2015
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39000000


The purpose of this Invitation to Quote (ITQ) document is to obtain responses for the provision of the Supplies (Goods) Works and Services between £10,000.00 - £75,000.00 which offer best value for money and to allow East Kent Housing and Shepway District Council to implement a business solution that best meet its needs.


The project is to supply and fit 4 Scooter storage facilities outlined in the cost model and specification document.


An electrical specification document is also included however a site visit is required to establish a main electrical feed to supply each of the 4 scooter stores. This can be arranged by contacting:


Carl.prendergast@eastkenthousing.org.uk .


East Kent Housings Stock Investment Team is based at Dover District Council Whitecliff Business Park Dover, CT16 3PJ.


East Kent Housing (EKH) is an Arm’s Length Management Organisation set up and owned by the partner authorities Canterbury, Dover, Shepway and Thanet District Council to deliver a complete Housing and Asset management service for approximately 18000 properties.


This Contract will be managed by East Kent Housing acting on behalf of, Shepway District Council in respect of providing 3 Scooter Storage Facilities in Multiple Locations outlined in the specification.


 

Maldon Police Office Re-Modelling

Kent Police and Essex Police Procurement Services | Published May 16, 2017  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
Winner
Blake Contractors Limited
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45210000

Refurbishment of Council Offices for Policing Environment including partitions, toilets and shower, electrical and mechanical.

Tower House Refurbishment

Canterbury City Council | Published March 17, 2014  -  Deadline April 14, 2014
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39000000

Expressions of Interest are invited from General Building Contractors with experience in working on historic buildings, scheduled monuments and with the capability of producing quality work in the fields of internal decoration, lead and general roofing, plumbing and drainage, electrical installation and refurbishment/restoration. The contractor will also be required to work on a professional basis with structural engineers and other contractors including landscaping contractors who will be procured on separate contracts.

Scope of the Works

The contract is for the redesign and refurbishment of the interior of Tower House to improve the accessibility of the premises and includes all necessary external building  works and attendances for the:

Main works (not to be sub-contracted without prior agreement with CCC)

  • Additional and relocated WC facilities including drainage
  • Redecorations
  • Flooring repairs/renewals/carpeting
  • Replacement lead roof to Tower (Scheduled Monument)
  • Repairs to existing “Kent peg” roofs and rain water goods
  • Restoration of window frames
  • Provision of secondary glazing
  • Electrical installation upgrade and partial renewals
  • Renewal of Fire alarm installation (and intruder alarm)
  • Additional heating and ventilation services
  • Stainless steel shelving and work tops to kitchen.
  • Installation of passenger lift

We will reject any application where THE MAJORITY of the main works are sub contracted.

To register interest in this contract you must be registered with Kent Business Portal. This will allow you access to the relevant opportunity and express your interest by clicking on the “Login & Register Interest” button.

Please note: You must download the attached Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) and complete and return two hard copies format along with a further copy in CD format or memory stick to Canterbury City Council by 13:00 hrs  on Monday 14/04/2014.

Registering your interest alone is not sufficient.

 

 

 

Command of the Heights - Enabling Works

Medway Council | Published July 14, 2017  -  Deadline August 2, 2017
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380000, 391110, 391200, 391300

Medway Council invites quotations for the provision / supply of enabling ground (trench) and electrical works as detailed in the 007a11 M&E Services Specification (Enabling Works) Rev 1 and in accordance with these instructions and the Council’s Terms and Conditions of Contract.

Acquisition Programme Refurbishment Contract

Canterbury City Council | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline May 19, 2016
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39000000

Canterbury City Council are seeking bids from suitable contractors to refurbish void properties acquired by the council to a lettable standard.  Each acquired property will need a joint site inspection with the Contractor and the Contract Administrator to determine what works are required to each property to allow them to be re-let for ingoing residents. 
 

Each property will require varying levels of work including, but not limited to kitchen replacements, bathroom replacements, heating upgrades, electrical upgrades and rewires, timber and uPVC window and door replacements and repairs, adaptations for disabled people including flush floor shower installations, concrete ramping systems, handrails, grab rails etc. and general maintenance and building works to ensure the property is meets the requirements of both the Council and the ingoing resident. 

Property acquisitions are intermittent throughout the year and will provide a varied workload and programme.  This is due to the legal process of completing a sale taking various amounts of time for each purchase.  Therefore it is important to note this contract will require an adaptable approach to ensure works can start with relatively short notice and be able to work on several properties at any one time where required.

For further information, please see the attached tender documents.

All completed tender documentation must be uploaded to the Kent Business Portal no later than 23:59 on Thursday 19 May 2016.

Any requests for clarification must be received no later than 23:59 on 8th May 2016. We will aim to respond to any requests for clarification by 12th of May or sooner if possible.

 

Beach pool replacement Bathing Water Equipment-Kingsmead Leisure Centre

Canterbury City Council | Published August 28, 2014  -  Deadline September 12, 2014
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39000000

Contract details

 

The project is to upgrade/replace all the plant in the pool water circuit serving the Beach Pool at Kingsmead Leisure Centre which is a municipal facility. The existing plant is in a remote plantroom but the new plant shall be installed in the main plantroom. The new plant shall include strainers, pool water circulation pumps, pool water filter and associated plant, pool water heaters, modifications to the pool water dosing equipment, new bathing water and heating pipework  and necessary builders work and electrical work together with new interconnecting pipework some of which shall be in existing undercrofts and some in a new trench. The filter is a “Filtrex” type E350 as manufactured by Defender Filters (UK) Ltd and will be supplied and commissioned free issue. 

 

During the course of the work, the existing pool plant will remain in operation. There will be a short closure to allow the new plant to be connected to the existing pipework that is itself connected to the bathing vessels, and to existing heating pipework and water connections. No work is to be carried out to the vessels themselves. The contract shall include all commissioning and final removal of redundant pipework and plant, and it is anticipated that this work would take place during January 2015

 

 

 

To register interest in this contract you must be registered with Kent Business Portal. This will allow you access to the relevant opportunity and express your interest by clicking on the “Login & Register Interest” button.

 

Please note: You must download the attached Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) and complete and return two hard copies to Canterbury City Council by 13:00 hrs on Friday 12 September 2014. Registering your interest alone is not sufficient.

 

 

 

Data and Voice Networking Cabling & Installation Contract

Kent County Council | Published September 20, 2013  -  Deadline October 21, 2013
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27170000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over £1bn on goods and services and a population of 1.3m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.


Over the last six years Kent County Council has invested substantial amounts of time and money in upgrading its computer networks and infrastructure.


The Council has a requirement for the provision of voice and data cabling on a call off basis for the Council’s properties and, where appropriate, the removal of existing out of date networks within Council properties. Included within the Council's requirement is the provision of network design and consultancy and the provision of some electrical wiring where this is associated with data and voice cabling works.


At present the majority of Data Cabling will consist of Cat5e/6 and above UTP cabling with single-mode, multi-mode fibre cabling between cabinets and buildings. In the newest buildings the Council has installed Cat6 Cabling. The successful tenderer must have a proven track record of designing and installing CAT6 and above cabling systems.


The Council’s properties vary greatly in size and type and the contractor should be able to provide the service in these differing environments.


Each cabling system must be designed to meet the Council’s current and future needs for connectivity for the building concerned. This will vary considerably dependant on:

• the type and age of  the building.
• the Council’s ownership of the building.
• the Council’s long-term property requirements for each area and the building's suitability to meet those changing requirements.
• the building’s design and its current Network/Voice cabling.


The Council is seeking one approved cabling contractor to install, commission and maintain all of its present, future and new cabling installations


The appointed contractor will be jointly responsible with the Council's ICT department for the project management, installation and design of all cabling schemes, room layouts and on-site Health and Safety.


Subject to demonstration of best value the appointed contractor will be awarded all cabling contracts covering ad-hoc additional cabling small medium and large cabling projects.


The appointed contractor may also be involved in the removal of the building’s existing Data/Voice cabling at a later date once the users have been moved onto the new cabling structure. Full testing and documentation including CAD drawings will be required for such sites and the installation must be backed by an appropriate manufacturer’s guarantee of not less than 25 years.


In most of the Council’s buildings there is a single CAT5e/6 cabling structure that has been recently installed. However, in a few buildings there are legacy cabling systems encompassing a mix of cabling types.


The Council's Wide Area Network (WAN) and the Local Area Network (LAN) in all of its buildings excluding Hospitals and Schools are managed on a day to day basis by the Council’s ICT Group.


The Council requires all new buildings or sites that are re-cabled completely to be installed with CAT6 cabling system as a minimum.


Further details of the Council's requirement can be found in the PQQ documentation which can be found on the Kent Business Portal at

www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk


In order to receive the PQQ documentation Expressions of Interest must be registered on the Kent Business Portal by:

12:00 midday 21st October 2013

 

PQQ responses must be received by no later than:

12:00 midday 28th October 2013

 

Discretionary Social Fund

Kent County Council | Published October 12, 2012  -  Deadline November 8, 2012
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14000000, 16000000, 21000000

Market Engagement - Discretionary Social Fund

 

This is not a tender opportunity.

 

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) currently runs a national scheme of Comunity Care Grants and Crisis Loans which are part of the Discretionary Social Fund to give support to families and individuals who are in need.

From April 2013 this scheme will cease and part of the funding will be transferred to local authorities (upper tier in two tier authorities) with the intention that they design their own local schemes to better meet the needs in their areas.  Although final decisions have not yet been made Kent County Council (KCC) is intending to operate a local scheme on a pilot basis for the first year which will mirror the DWP approach.

KCC is carrying out this market engagement exercise to seek ideas and input on the development of a new system for the operation of the Discretionary Social Fund and furthermore whether providers are in a position to provide any aspects of the suggested services set out within this document.

 

KCC will consider all the responses received from this market engagement and share its plans for the initial pilot with all those who respond to this request.  The pilot will commence in April 2013 for a period not exceeding 15 months. 

 

 

Organisations should send their views or comments via this portal to arrive no later than 8th November 2012 . Although KCC will not gurantee to incorporate comments/ suggestions received after this date we will endeavor to consider as many options as is feasible. 

 

Unless stated by organisations the repsonses received will be treated as confidential and KCC will not attribute any specific views expressed to an individual organisation but KCC will share a summary of the comments received with all those that respond to this market engagement. 

 

It is our intension that towards the end of the pilot period and following an assessment of its performance that  there will be a tendering process which will be advertisd on this portal. 

 

Eligibility criteria for the new local scheme

For the pilot period it is likely that KCC will maintain the current eligibility criteria and the list of excluded items.  For further information on this follow the links below to Direct.gov.

Community Care Grants (CCGS):

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/MoneyTaxAndBenefits/BenefitsTaxCredi tsAnd OtherSupport/Caringforsomeone/DG_10018921

 Crisis Loans for Living Expenses (CLLE):

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/MoneyTaxAndBenefits/BenefitsTaxCredi tsAnd OtherSupport/On_a_low_income/DG_10018856

 

This engagement process is specifically seeking views only on the following areas and KCC is initially looking to maximise, where appropriate, the re-use of items which are still of good qulaity and meet all relevant current standards, in the case of electrical goods, have gone through the appropriate safety tesing. KCC is also considering the most practical method of achieving local accessibility for service users to reduce to a minimum the costs of travel for delivery or collection of :

 

Furniture ( preferably second-hand, end of line);

 

White goods (preferably second-hand end of line);

 

Carpets and curtains;

 

Basic household items like cutlery, crockery, bedding etc;

 

Clothing;

 

Food and other basic household necessities.

 

Please send your responses/comments  to john.tunnicliff@kent.gov.uk

 
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