Liverpool City Council is seeking to establish a uniquely branded Licenced Energy Supply Partner to reduce electricity and gas fuel bills for the city's residents and to enable us to deliver innovative energy services in the future, with the intention of benefitting citizens financially together with pursuing broader environmentalobjectives. The council is seeking to partner with a fully Licenced Energy Supply Partner to sell gas and electricity to both residential and business customers.
Through this arrangement the Council wants to address 3 main aims:
— Tacking Fuel Poverty,
— Supporting Independent Living,
— Supporting Businesses.
The Council also has the following objectives:
— To offer a lower cost than other suppliers. It is envisaged that this will be achieved through a not for profitarrangement and by minimising overheads;
— To gain the innovation benefits from an early roll out of smart meters;
— To provide high quality customer care.
Liverpool City Council will be conducting a competitive procedure with negotiation. The Authority is inviting suitably qualified Bidders’ to submit Tender responses” for a Licenced Energy Supply Partner through meeting the scope and specification set out within the published Invitation to Tender (ITT) document.
The Contracting Authority reserve the right to award contracts on the basis of the initial tenders without Negotiation.
LJMU on behalf of SCLL was seeking to appoint 1 company to supply, deliver and install furniture in accordance with the specification. Sensor City requires new loose furniture to populate a new build innovation building to be ready for operation in May 2017. The furniture is for a range of environments including Offices, Workshops, café, Meeting rooms, Reception and Collaborative workspaces. Some items of furniture will need to be coordinated with AV equipment and have integrated power and data supplies. The furniture supplier is expected to have the expertise to co-ordinate with other specialist Audio Visual and electrical sub-contractors to provide a cohesive solution. Given the nature of the building some items of furniture will need to be anti-static. A range of furniture is to be specified and the individual supplier will be expected to offer a range of solutions that is able to be coordinated with similar or matching material; finishes.
LJMU on behalf of SCLL was seeking to appoint 1 Company to supply, deliver and install furniture accordance with the specification.
The bidder must have a sufficient range of expertise to support their bid with robust arrangements for back-up.
Sensor City requires new loose furniture to populate a new build innovation building to be ready for operation in May 2017. The Furniture is for a range of environments including:
— Meeting rooms.
— Collaborative working areas.
Some items of furniture will need to be co-ordinated with Audio Visual equipment and have integrated power and data supplies. The furniture supplier is expected to have the expertise to coordinate with other specialist Audio visual and electrical sub-contractors to provide a cohesive solution.
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Merseyrail are seeking a service provider that can offer all demolition, building, refurbishment, electrical and telecom works as well as design, signage and installation works to include all requirements within each Lot, covering all 4 (four) work packages (Lots).
Subcontracting will be permitted for this contract at the approval of Merseyrail.
Full specifications will be provided at tender stage.
We are seeking to engage competent and proven Bidders to provide these requirements.
The minimum values detailed at section II.2.1) and within Annex B reflects the estimated value for this project.
Further details on Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Ltd are provided at section VI.3).
Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Ltd ‘Merseyrail’ is looking to appoint a supplier(s) to provide Hard Facilities Management including Help-desk, Management and Central Support Function (Lot 1); Soft Facilities Management (Lot 2) or; Hard Facilities Management including Help-desk, Management and Central Support Function and Soft Facilities Management (Lot 3).
Bidders must be able to demonstrate a track record of delivering within challenging environments similar to those faced within the rail industry.
Merseyrail are offering the opportunity for forward looking and innovative companies to work with us in our aspiration to ensure that our network retains its position as the best rail network in the country.
Merseyrail wish to have an integrated solution for our Facilities Management services, whether that be through 1 company, a consortium, or 2 separate service providers providing services aligned to our work packages (Lots) shown above.
Bidders are invited to apply for any combination of Lots. Bidders can apply for 1 Lot, 2 Lots or all 3 Lots in any combination. The number of other Lots applied for will not affect the scoring of a particular Lot as each Lot is scored independently of the others.
The Merseyrail estate consists of 66 (sixty six) stations, 2 (two) depots and office accommodation and we are seeking service providers that can offer all mechanical, electrical and building Facility Management services, including a 24 Hour help desk facility and / or cleaning services, pest control and all Soft Facility Management services required for a busy rail commuter network.
Please note TUPE regulations may apply in relation to this contract.
It is anticipated that the roll-out will commence in November 2015. Subcontracting will be permitted for this contract at the approval of Merseyrail.
The proposed contract will be for a minimum of 5 (five) years with an option to extend for 2 (two) years at Merseyrails discretion. The minimum values detailed at section II.2.1) and within Annex B reflects the estimated value for a 5 (five) year contract and the maximum value reflects the estimated value if the contract is extended by a further 2 (two) year period which will be at the discretion of Merseyrail.
Full specifications will be provided at tender stage.
Further details on Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Ltd are provided at section VI.3).
Insurance Services for Computers
Cover Required ‘All Risks' of physical loss or damage to Computer Hardware in consequence of an Accident whilst at the premises specified.
Policy to include:
Waiver of Subrogation Rights;
Virus Seek and Destroy Costs;
Automatic Cover of newly acquired Hardware belonging to the Insured.
Computer Equipment at any Premises not advised to the Company — provided that the liability under this extension does not exceed 150 000 GBP at any 1 premises, security and fire protection are equal to or better than those at existing premises, an additional premium shall be charged pro-rata from the date that such premises should have been advised to the Company.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive — costs to insured in complying with Directive.
Data Carrying Materials whilst situated or whilst in transit anywhere in the World;
Cost of recharging Gas Flooding Systems.
— Loss Mitigation Costs included;
— Automatic Reinstatement;
— Expediting Costs;
— Repair Costs Investigation;
— Pollution or Contaminations — loss or damage as a result of pollution or contamination caused directly by an occurrence which is insured under the policy, subject to a limit of 50 000 GBP;
— Cover to include loss or damage including derangement to Hardware;
— Failure or fluctuation of the public supply of electricity to the Hardware at the premises;
— Accidental failure of any data transmission network used in connection with the Hardware;
— Contingency Planning Arrangements: To provide insurance services for the following
Insurance Services — Marine Hull.
To indemnify the insured in respect of legal liability and physical loss or damage to insured property on an ‘All Risks' basis, arising from the operation of the terminal. Cover to include —
Provision of Advice and Information on the Management of Terminals or other similar type of Cargo Operations and the Operation of Marine Terminal Operations at Liverpool Cruise Terminal. Cover to incorporate the advice given by way of berthing plans produced for naval cruise vessels calling at Liverpool Cruise Terminal.
Liability of the Insured in connection with any tenant of the Insured for Operations performed by any sub-contractor appointed by the Insured (subject to the contractor maintaining adequate insurance);
Costs and expenses of disposal of an Insured customer's property including wreck and debris removal;
Costs and expenses incurred in the voluntary or statutory removal of wrecks and debris;
Physical loss or damage to insured property arising from strikes or riots;
Fire fighting expenses;
Automatic acquisitions — limit 5 % of the overall property sum insured;
Terrorism write back.
Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Ltd (‘Merseyrail’) are seeking to appoint a competent supplier to design and integrate, supply and install Automatic Passenger Counting equipment to 8 of its 3 car 507 electrical train units (24 vehicles in total). Merseyrail operates a frequent service with all applicable passenger doors opened by the train guard at each passenger stop with part of the journey being in an underground environment. This requirement is a new installation to part of the fleet and shall include all necessary infrastructure to support the equipment i.e. depot based servers.
The equipment shall be fitted to each passenger door way (12 doorways per unit) using a suitable current technology that ensures high levels of accuracy (greater than 95 %) which is ‘maintenance free’ for the life of the equipment and shall have no obsolescence issues during this period. The equipment shall be capable of transmitting the captured data wirelessly in a format that can be easily interpreted by Merseyrail without the need for specialist reports / software from the supplier. The equipment shall have a proven track record within a rail environment and be compliant to applicable Rail Group Standards. It is anticipated that the suppliers scope of supply includes all necessary design and integration work including approvals from a regulatory body and testing as required to enable acceptance by Merseyrail into passenger service.
Crown Commercial Service (CCS), as the Contracting Authority, intends to put in place a framework agreement for the supply of approximately 0.7 TWh of electricity to meet requirements of 697 customers across 50,326 meters managed via an aggregated, flexible, risk managed approach.
The requirement covers predominantly Non Half Hourly electricity however there may be a requirement for the supply of Half Hourly electricity following on from the recent P272 legislation.
Growth in customer numbers could cause a rise in demand. Conversely, any energy demand destruction/ efficiency initiatives could reduce the figure over the life of the relationship.
The cost noted below is estimated on current projections against current volumes and market conditions that may rise and fall and does not factor in demand destruction/efficiency initiatives.
The exact details of the contractual arrangements and whether this requirement is to be split into lots is yet to be decided. Existing volumes will be expected to transfer in stages as supply delivery periods (under the existing arrangement) expire and therefore initial delivery volumes may be significantly lower.
Provision of goods, works and services in addition to the provision of electricity supplies may also be required. It is envisaged that this will include, but not be limited to a wide range of procurement options and which allow for the greatest degree of control and transparency of pricing; direct access to trading service and access to Financial Services Authority regulated advisors; price to market options; flexible and electronic billing systems; sourcing of longer term price mechanisms (potentially acting as Agent); customer administration and query management, including site registrations, objection handling and ongoing maintenance of customer contracts; bespoke report generation; transparent balancing and settlement charges; new connections and site-works; metering; demand side management and innovations delivering energy savings; Automatic Meter Reading; Energy/Carbon reduction/management advice and guidance and implementation of recommendations (which may include sourcing of third- party services/technology); Display Energy Certificate's & Energy Performance Certificate's; Export Agreements and Balancing Services.
Crown Commercial Service will be hosting Supplier engagement sessions on 30.3.2016 at 1 Horse Guards Road, London, SW1A 2HQ.
To register your interest in these sessions please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org confirming your preferred meeting time and a member of the team will respond to you accordingly.
This is a new Fusion21 framework which will provide a comprehensive mechanism through which members can procure Retrofit and associated supplies, necessary to support the delivery of certain parts of their stock investment and maintenance programmes. There are 10 Lots available and each Lot is also further broken down by A) Manufacturer and B) Supply & Distribution.
The 10 Lots from which Members can call off the following materials / products are; 2) External Wall Insulation Materials 4) Internal Wall Insulation Materials 6) Photo Voltaic Products 7) Solar Hot Water Systems 8) Heat Pumps 9) Biomass Products 11) Energy Efficient Lighting (including Street Lighting Equipment and Products) 12) Mechanical Heat & Ventilation Recovery Systems 13) High Performance Windows & Doors 14) High Performance Electrical Heating Systems.