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Technical and Health and Safety Training.

Anglian Water Services | Published November 21, 2015
Winner
Mainport Training (Wales) Limited, Citrus Training Limited, TQ Education and Training Limited, Kielder Newport West Limited (KNW Training), RehabWorks Limited
cpvs
80550000, 80510000, 80550000, 80560000, 80531000, 80562000

This framework is for training providers to provide technical and health and safety training courses. There are in the region of 50 different courses, which include, but are not limited to, confined spaces, working at heights, first aid, electrical safety, mechanical lifting, operational manual handling and NRSWA.

Electricity supplies

Anglian Water Services | Published February 14, 2015  -  Deadline March 9, 2015
cpvs
31682000

Electricity supplies

Half Hourly Meter Operation Services for Electricity

Anglian Water Services | Published November 4, 2016
cpvs
38551000, 45310000

Half Hourly Meter Operation Services for Electricity

Half Hourly Meter Operation Services for Electricity

Anglian Water Services | Published April 15, 2016  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
cpvs
38551000, 72314000, 72312100, 72310000, 45310000

Anglian Water Services Limited requires a Metering Service for its half-hourly fiscal electricity metering systems. The initial contract period is 5 years with 3 1-year extension options. The total contract term is not to exceed 8 years in total.

The requirement covers the following:-

— Half Hourly Meter Operations — including, but not limited to installation, operation, maintenance, periodic re-certification and health and safety checks as required. It also includes

Assisting in the connection of new and upgraded supplies and making temporary isolations of half-hourly electricity supplies.

Half Hourly Data Collection — including, but not limited to reading of the meters (remotely or, if necessary, manually), collection of metered data and presentation of data to the appointed energy supplier(s)

Half Hourly Data Aggregation — for the purposes of the Balancing and Settlement Code.

Half Hourly Data Provision — including, but not limited to provision of all half hourly metered electricity data to Anglian Water and it's agents on a ‘Day-plus-one’ basis

We may wish to consider adding ad-hoc metering services for so-called ‘sub-meters’, such as those recording the output of our wind-turbines.

Half Hourly Meter Operation Services for Electricity

Anglian Water Services | Published April 15, 2016
cpvs
38551000, 72314000, 72312100, 72310000, 45310000

Anglian Water Services Limited requires a Metering Service for its half-hourly fiscal electricity metering systems. The initial contract period is 5 years with 3 1-year extension options. The total contract term is not to exceed 8 years in total.

The requirement covers the following:-

— Half Hourly Meter Operations — including, but not limited to installation, operation, maintenance, periodic re-certification and health and safety checks as required. It also includes

Assisting in the connection of new and upgraded supplies and making temporary isolations of half-hourly electricity supplies.

Half Hourly Data Collection — including, but not limited to reading of the meters (remotely or, if necessary, manually), collection of metered data and presentation of data to the appointed energy supplier(s)

Half Hourly Data Aggregation — for the purposes of the Balancing and Settlement Code.

Half Hourly Data Provision — including, but not limited to provision of all half hourly metered electricity data to Anglian Water and it's agents on a ‘Day-plus-one’ basis

We may wish to consider adding ad-hoc metering services for so-called ‘sub-meters’, such as those recording the output of our wind-turbines.

Technical and Health and Safety Training.

Anglian Water Services | Published February 12, 2015  -  Deadline March 18, 2015
cpvs
80550000, 80510000, 80550000, 80560000, 80531000, 80562000

Anglian Water is looking to create a framework of providers who can provide a range of technical and Health and Safety training courses, many of which are bespoke to the water industry. Anglian Water are looking to work with providers who are committed to building a culture of excellence and the highest standards. There are in the region of 50 different courses, which include, but are not limited to, confined spaces, working at heights, first aid, electrical safety, mechanical lifting, operational manual handling, and NRSWA. Courses will be where possible divided into lots, providers are invited to bid for as many lots that they are able to provide. There are opportunities of innovation and collaboration within the delivery, including the prospect to exploit and expand IT opportunities; providers will be expected to highlight such areas of added value, and cost savings wherever possible. Providers must be flexible in their approach to delivery and be able to adapt training, working with Anglian Water to offer bespoke training when required. It is expected that training will be conducted at both Anglian Water sites, as well as the successful providers sites, or alternatively through the use of third party resources as and when required. The successful providers should have a proven ability to train to agreed standards and demonstrate a clear assessment strategy, supporting competence and efficiency. The assessment strategy will be as important as the course content, successful providers must be able to provide outstanding training and development to Anglian Water employees which ensure they secure and retain the required technical skills. Proposals will be assessed based on quality of training in terms of delivery competence, and proficient employees.

Replacement of agricultural shed at Natural England's Kilmeston Barn site

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published July 4, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
cpvs
45111100

Removal and disposal of existing building, excavation and installation of concrete base, construction of replacement agricultural shed to specification. The specification for new shed and base: Base: Current shed is sat directly on the ground, and requires excavation and construction of new concrete base of relevant size for new shed. There are 2 (2.9x3.6m) areas of concrete that require removal or incorporation into new base. The level of the new concrete base is to be in line with the existing external concrete plinth in front of shed. Spoil will need to be removed from site. Shed: Dimensions - 16m wide x 7.0m deep x eves 2.4m, ridge height 3.6-3.9m (see figure 2 for basic design and dimensions) Materials Frame - wooden or metal Exterior Cladding - appropriate wooden cladding Roofing - metal box profile roof (grey/black/brown) Guttering - plastic (to match roofing colour) Design: (see attached diagrams) We require an open shed (portal type) - with two sets of double doors either end of front side (3m wide - appropriate height), both to open outwards. Also a small hinged flap just below gutter is required on front side (0.6m wide x 0.3m high approx.) to allow summer access for Swallows. Appropriate sized air vents to be included in gable ends Internal walls to be clad with ply panels to approximately a board width height (1.2m approx) to provide protection to walls from stacked materials etc. Electrical and lighting Build to include connection of electrical supply to existing Kilmeston barn supply - approximately 35m from Kilmeston barn to new shed (cabling can be installed underground direct from barn to shed). Include instillation of 2 double socket power points either end of interior of shed Include relevant and appropriate type of strip-lighting within shed Timings: Build to be completed by end December 2017 Sustainability and standards - must comply with any relevant British or industrial standards.

National Framework Agreement for the Provision of Electricity and Gas to Education and Other Public

United Learning | Published November 11, 2015
Winner
British Gas Trading Ltd, Contract Natural Gas Ltd, Corona Energy, Gazprom Energy, GDF Suez Energy UK, Haven Power Ltd, Npower Ltd, Opus Energy, Regent Gas Ltd, Scottish Power Energy Retail Ltd, Smartest Energy Ltd, SSE, Total Gas & Power Ltd, E.ON UK Plc
cpvs
09000000

United Learning Trust seeks to establish a multi-supplier, multi-lot framework to enable education and other public sector bodies to access electricity and gas purchasing solutions via a competitive call off process. UnitedLearning Trust will be utilising the services of its energy partner to facilitate the call off process according to individual needs and requirements.

National Framework Agreement for the Provision of Electricity and Gas to Education and Other Public Sector Organisations.

United Learning Trust | Published November 11, 2015
Winner
E.ON UK Plc
cpvs
09000000

United Learning Trust seeks to establish a multi-supplier, multi-lot framework to enable education and other public sector bodies to access electricity and gas purchasing solutions via a competitive call off process. UnitedLearning Trust will be utilising the services of its energy partner to facilitate the call off process according to individual needs and requirements.

Construction of storage buildings at Collyweston National Nature Reserve

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published August 31, 2017  -  Deadline September 20, 2017
cpvs
39173000

Natural England is looking for the supply, delivery and erection of two agricultural storage buildings. Both of these buildings are to be enclosed on three sides, with an open frontage. All necessary ground works will also need to be undertaken and included in the total costs. The site The construction site is adjacent to an existing storage building and office which provides the work-base for 4 - 8 Natural England staff members and volunteers. The new buildings will be located within an existing secure compound. Machinery / Equipment The contractor shall provide all equipment, all fuel and maintain all equipment required for the completion of the project. Site Services Single phase electricity and mains water supplies are available for use on site. Welfare facilities are not available and therefore temporary facilities should be provided by the contractor. Building dimensions a) 18 m long x 8 m span 3.5 m to eaves b) 10 m long x 3 m span and 3.5 m to eaves Materials for both buildings Steel portal frame construction with mono-pitch roof, pitched to match existing building. Fibre cement anti condensation roof with plastisol box profile side cladding similar to existing buildings. 450 mm concrete plinth securely attached to ground below cladding, to prevent vehicle damage to cladding. Existing tarmac and concrete hard standing shall be made good and level with similar material where necessary, to provide final floor surface. Services Electrical supply shall be taken from existing supply to provide lighting to both buildings. Larger building (a) to include 4 x double sockets. Drainage Gutters at eaves, connected via downpipes and an inspection chamber which should connect into existing drains or new soak ways - to be agreed with the Project Officer On completion of the works all waste materials are to be removed from site and all the hard standing within the compound should be cleared and free from any debris.
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