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LU00500 — Mechanical and Electrical Installation Framework.

Loughborough University | Published March 23, 2017
Winner
M E Smith Electrical Ltd
cpvs
51100000

Loughborough University are seeking to appoint a framework of mechanical and electrical installation contractors. The framework will be separated into 4 lots based upon individual job spend, details are shown below: — Lot 1 — Mechanical Installation (5 000 — 50 000 GBP), — Lot 2 — Electrical Installation (5 000 — 50 000 GBP), — Lot 3 — Mechanical Installation (50 000 — 500 000 GBP), — Lot 4 — Electrical Installation (50 000 — 250 000 GBP).

Installation services of electrical and mechanical equipment

Loughborough University | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline October 28, 2016
cpvs
51100000

Installation services of electrical and mechanical equipment

LU00500 — Mechanical and Electrical Installation Framework

Loughborough University | Published March 23, 2017
Winner
M E Smith Electrical Ltd
cpvs
51100000

Loughborough University are seeking to appoint a framework of mechanical and electrical installation contractors.

The framework will be separated into 4 lots based upon individual job spend, details are shown below:

— Lot 1 — Mechanical Installation (5 000 — 50 000 GBP),

— Lot 2 — Electrical Installation (5 000 — 50 000 GBP),

— Lot 3 — Mechanical Installation (50 000 — 500 000 GBP),

— Lot 4 — Electrical Installation (50 000 — 250 000 GBP).

LU00500 — Mechanical and Electrical Installation Framework

Loughborough University | Published September 10, 2016  -  Deadline September 29, 2016
cpvs
51100000, 51100000, 51100000, 51100000, 51100000

Loughborough University are seeking to appoint a framework of mechanical and electrical installation contractors.

The framework will be separated into 4 lots based upon individual job spend, details are shown below:

— Lot 1 — Mechanical Installation (5 000 - 50 000 GBP).

— Lot 2 — Electrical Installation (5 000 - 50 000 GBP).

— Lot 3 — Mechanical Installation (50 000 - 500 000 GBP).

— Lot 4 — Electrical Installation (50 000 - 250 000 GBP).

LU00500 — Mechanical and Electrical Installation Framework

Loughborough University | Published September 10, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
cpvs
51100000

Loughborough University are seeking to appoint a framework of mechanical and electrical installation contractors.

The framework will be separated into 4 lots based upon individual job spend, details are shown below:

— Lot 1 — Mechanical Installation (5 000 - 50 000 GBP).

— Lot 2 — Electrical Installation (5 000 - 50 000 GBP).

— Lot 3 — Mechanical Installation (50 000 - 500 000 GBP).

— Lot 4 — Electrical Installation (50 000 - 250 000 GBP).

LU00469 — Mechanical and Electrical Compliance Contract

Loughborough University | Published June 2, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
cpvs
50700000, 50710000

The aim of this procurement is to enter into a contract with a single contractor to manage and carry out the M&E Building Services compliance related planned preventative maintenance (PPM) which is currently delivered by a number of contractors via separate contracts.

Historically the University has engaged contractors to carry out maintenance on individual M&E disciplines and has managed each contract independently which placed a heavy burden on LU Facilities Management staff. The intention now is to bring all the M&E disciplines under 1 contract and to give the contractor responsibility to manage, plan, coordinate, supervise, report and communicate under the governance of Loughborough University.

A large emphasis shall be placed on planning and communication which shall include planning service dates to ensure compliance with legislation, giving adequate notice to University Departments or Tenants before planned work commences and also keeping them informed as work progresses.

The Contracting Authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations.

LU00434 — Dynamometer.

Loughborough University | Published April 24, 2015
Winner
AVL United Kingdom Limited
cpvs
31720000

Supply, installation and commissioning of a fully transient engine dynamometer and electrical drive to include interfacing capable of integration with a PUMA Test Cell Controller.

LU00434 — Dynamometer.

Loughborough University | Published April 24, 2015
Winner
AVL United Kingdom Limited
cpvs
31720000

Supply, installation and commissioning of a fully transient engine dynamometer and electrical drive to include interfacing capable of integration with a PUMA Test Cell Controller.

LU00500 - Mechanical and Electrical Installation Framework PQQ

Loughborough University | Published September 14, 2016  -  Deadline October 14, 2016
cpvs
51100000

This PQQ is being provided to Applicants who have expressed an interest in participating in this procurement exercise based upon the Contract Notice 2016/S 175-314638 placed in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). The Procurement Unit requires the information sought in this PQQ as a first step in selecting Applicants to tender for the business. Eligible Applicants will be invited to participate further in the procurement exercise. Our intention is to draw up a shortlist of the top six per lot for who will be invited to tender.

Control Panels

Leicestershire Police | Published April 12, 2011  -  Deadline April 19, 2011
cpvs
42510000

Supply and fit replacement Supply & Extract control panels complete with Trend IQ3 XCITE controllers in place of the existing control panels. Fix new temperature sensors in existing positions and reconnect using existing cabling. Fix new frequency inverters next to the control panels and provide electrical installation to the panel. 

LU00496 — W and S Buildings Refurbishment Works

Loughborough University | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
cpvs
45262700, 45300000, 45400000

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960s buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The buildings were originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. They have multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 sqm. Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities.

Key elements of the works shall include:

General re-decoration and refurbishment works.

Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services,

Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible,

Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures,

It is proposed that the construction works shall take place in phases under a single contract with a number of sectional completions. The overall likely contract duration is 3 to 4 years.

LU00496 — W and S Buildings Refurbishment Works

Loughborough University | Published July 28, 2016
cpvs
45262700, 45300000, 45400000

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960s buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The buildings were originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. They have multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 sqm. Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities.

Key elements of the works shall include:

General re-decoration and refurbishment works.

Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services,

Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible,

Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures,

It is proposed that the construction works shall take place in phases under a single contract with a number of sectional completions. The overall likely contract duration is 3 to 4 years.

LU00432 — STEMLab Constuction works.

Loughborough University | Published November 26, 2015
Winner
Henry Brothers Midlands Limited
cpvs
45210000, 45214000

This is a contract award notice. Loughborough University is increasing provision for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses. To facilitate an increase in student numbers, additional teaching space is required to complement its existing estate. To achieve this, a new building dedicated to teaching provision is to be constructed on vacant land in the West Park zone of the campus. The building is scheduled to open in October 2016 and will form part of the ongoing development of this area. The proposed building is divided into academic areas comprising: engineering workshops and design studios to the ground floor; CAD rooms and labs (Electrical, materials and physics) on the first floor; labs (chemistry and bio projects) with a large flexible learning space and external covered terrace to the second floor. With the main entrance at ground floor level are the functional elements of the building: a reception; office spaces and toilets. Breakout spaces for both students and teachers are located near the entrance with relevant vending facilities. Breakout spaces are also provided on the upper floors. The approximate net internal area is 3 700 m2.

LU00436 - W&S Building Refurbishment Design Team Appointment.

Loughborough University | Published May 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
cpvs
71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960's buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The building was originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. It has multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 m². Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities. Key elements of the works shall include: — General re-decoration and refurbishment works. — Upgrading of the building envelope to improve thermal efficiency. — Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services. — Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible. — Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures. The construction works shall take place in phases whilst the building is occupied. An essential duty of all members of the consultant team will be to contribute to the development of a decant and phasing strategy that will enable the works to take place with minimal disruption to the buildings' occupants. We are looking to appoint the below mentioned disciplines to assist with the procurement of this development. These services could be provided by a number of specialist practices, consortium or by a multi–disciplinary practice. — Architect. — Quantity Surveyor and Lead Consultant. — Structural Engineer. — Building Services Engineer. — SWMP and CDM Co-ordinator.

LU00436 - W&S Building Refurbishment Design Team Appointment.

Loughborough University | Published April 18, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
cpvs
71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200, 71315200

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960's buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The building was originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. It has multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 m². Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities. Key elements of the works shall include: — General re-decoration and refurbishment works; — Upgrading of the building envelope to improve thermal efficiency; — Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services; — Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible; — Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures. The construction works shall take place in phases whilst the building is occupied. An essential duty of all members of the consultant team will be to contribute to the development of a decant and phasing strategy that will enable the works to take place with minimal disruption to the buildings' occupants. We are looking to appoint the below mentioned disciplines to assist with the procurement of this development. These services could be provided by a number of specialist practices, consortium or by a multi–disciplinary practice. — Architect; — Quantity Surveyor and Lead Consultant; — Structural Engineer; — Building Services Engineer; — SWMP and CDM Co-ordinator.

LU00436 - W&S Building Refurbishment Design Team Appointment.

Loughborough University | Published April 18, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
cpvs
71315200

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960's buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The building was originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. It has multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 m². Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities. Key elements of the works shall include: — General re-decoration and refurbishment works; — Upgrading of the building envelope to improve thermal efficiency; — Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services; — Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible; — Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures. The construction works shall take place in phases whilst the building is occupied. An essential duty of all members of the consultant team will be to contribute to the development of a decant and phasing strategy that will enable the works to take place with minimal disruption to the buildings' occupants. We are looking to appoint the below mentioned disciplines to assist with the procurement of this development. These services could be provided by a number of specialist practices, consortium or by a multi–disciplinary practice. — Architect; — Quantity Surveyor and Lead Consultant; — Structural Engineer; — Building Services Engineer; — SWMP and CDM Co-ordinator.

LU00436 - W&S Building Refurbishment Design Team Appointment.

Loughborough University | Published May 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
cpvs
71315200

This is a major building project forming part of the West Park Campus development that shall refurbish and upgrade 2 linked 1960's buildings that provide an academic environment for science and engineering learning and research. The building was originally constructed in 2 phases using a pre-cast concrete frame. It has multiple levels stepping up an inclined site. The combined area of the 2 buildings is 20 000 m². Within this are a mixture of highly serviced laboratories, specialist research facilities, workshops, teaching and study areas, breakout spaces, offices and administration facilities. Key elements of the works shall include: — General re-decoration and refurbishment works. — Upgrading of the building envelope to improve thermal efficiency. — Replacement of all existing electrical and mechanical building services. — Changes to the internal layout to make the buildings more legible. — Relocation of facilities to suit current departmental structures. The construction works shall take place in phases whilst the building is occupied. An essential duty of all members of the consultant team will be to contribute to the development of a decant and phasing strategy that will enable the works to take place with minimal disruption to the buildings' occupants. We are looking to appoint the below mentioned disciplines to assist with the procurement of this development. These services could be provided by a number of specialist practices, consortium or by a multi–disciplinary practice. — Architect. — Quantity Surveyor and Lead Consultant. — Structural Engineer. — Building Services Engineer. — SWMP and CDM Co-ordinator.

Framework for Planned and Reactive Maintenance

Leicestershire Police | Published September 13, 2013  -  Deadline October 28, 2013
cpvs
45300000, 45310000, 45330000, 45350000, 45420000, 45430000, 45440000, 45450000

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire is seeking suitably experienced contractors to provide reactive maintenance services on a Framework Agreement.  The Framework will be in place for three years from 1 April 2014 and will cover reactive and planned maintenance for the following LOTS:

 

1                     Plumbing and heating
including: water and gas, from repairs and maintenance to refurbishment projects.

2                     Drain services
Including: unblocking services

3                     Surfacing Works
including: resurfacing paths and roads

4                     Electrical Works
including: bulb changes to new fittings

5                     Flooring
including: all floor covering

6                     Painting & Decoration

7                     Roofing Services
including: flat roofs, pitched ad tiles, from repairs and maintenance to replacement roofing projects.

8                     General Building Works
including: joinery, minor repairs and planned projects

 

 

 

LU00482 — New Student Village Residences

Loughborough University | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 26, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45262700, 45400000, 45300000, 45214000

The project compromises the construction of new bedrooms within the boundaries of the University campus to satisfy demand from new and returning students for hall places. Also part of the proposed development is the creation of sport- specific accommodation to secure Loughborough's place as a training centre for elite athletes through the provision of specialist accommodation.

The student rooms will have a similar design to existing accommodation on campus. There will be a mixture of en-suite rooms cluster flats with shared facilities. Rooms specifically designed for elite athletes will provide short term accommodation, including for athletes with disabilities. State-of-the-art nutritional facilities will also be incorporated into the scheme.

This project may form part of a longer term plan to replace outdated halls in the existing student village. This project is at an exploratory stage only and is subject to a full evaluation.

Key elements of the works are likely to include:

Relocation of some on site facilities and potentially service diversions

Demolition of some existing buildings

Creation of new site infrastructure (roads, pedestrian zones areas, landscape and recreation facilities, energy centre, mechanical and electrical services

Elite athlete accommodation (subject to funding)

Student athlete accommodation

Student accommodation and ancillary buildings

The proposed project start date is August 2017, with completion scheduled for September 2019.

LU00482 — New Student Village Residences

Loughborough University | Published September 28, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45262700, 45400000, 45300000, 45214000

The project compromises the construction of new bedrooms within the boundaries of the University campus to satisfy demand from new and returning students for hall places. Also part of the proposed development is the creation of sport- specific accommodation to secure Loughborough's place as a training centre for elite athletes through the provision of specialist accommodation.

The student rooms will have a similar design to existing accommodation on campus. There will be a mixture of en-suite rooms cluster flats with shared facilities. Rooms specifically designed for elite athletes will provide short term accommodation, including for athletes with disabilities. State-of-the-art nutritional facilities will also be incorporated into the scheme.

This project may form part of a longer term plan to replace outdated halls in the existing student village. This project is at an exploratory stage only and is subject to a full evaluation.

Key elements of the works are likely to include:

Relocation of some on site facilities and potentially service diversions

Demolition of some existing buildings

Creation of new site infrastructure (roads, pedestrian zones areas, landscape and recreation facilities, energy centre, mechanical and electrical services

Elite athlete accommodation (subject to funding)

Student athlete accommodation

Student accommodation and ancillary buildings

The proposed project start date is August 2017, with completion scheduled for September 2019.