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Operation of electrical installations

Scottish and Southern Power Distribution Ltd | Published June 4, 2016
cpvs
65320000, 65310000

Operation of electrical installations

Electrical installation work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
cpvs
45310000

The Electrical Contractor Framework (Lot 1) will cover the provision of pre-construction services and construction works of a value of 0 to 50 000 GBP.

Electrical wiring and fitting work

University of Reading | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
cpvs
45311000, 45310000

The Electrical Contractor Framework will cover the provision of reactive pre-construction services and construction works.

Repair and maintenance services of electrical building installations

Reading Borough Council | Published March 3, 2017  -  Deadline April 3, 2017
cpvs
50711000

Reading Borough Council wish to procure the services of a contractor for the provision of electrical testing, servicing and associated repairs to corporate properties and schools, including inspecting and testing fixed electrical installations, inspecting and testing electrical supplies to fuel pumps, PAT testing, inspection and testing of lightning conductors, servicing and maintenance of generators and servicing of solar photovoltaic systems

The contract will cover approximately 224 properties / assets across the borough.

The service will include the provision of an emergency call-out service 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

The proposed contract will be for an initial period of five (5) years commencing in September 2017, with an option to extend for a further 2 year extension.

The contracting authority anticipates that the Transfer of Undertaking (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) will not apply to this contract.

Provision of electrical testing, servicing and associated repairs to corporate properties and schools, including inspecting and testing fixed electrical installations, inspecting and testing electrical supplies to fuel pumps, PAT testing, inspection and testing of lightning conductors, servicing and maintenance of generators and servicing of solar photovoltaic systems.

Repair and maintenance services of electrical distribution equipment

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
cpvs
50532400, 50532000

Framework agreement for the provision of services required for the maintenance and repair of high-voltage electrical assets and the associated auxiliary equipment, including associated low-voltage assets. This procurement will be split into 3 geographical lots as detailed in Section II.2 of this notice.

For administration, the complete Thames Water operating area is split into two regional catchment areas, ‘London’, Area ‘A’, and the ‘Thames Valley’, Area ‘B’. Throughout this Agreement they will be referred to as Areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively.

A list of sites included within each of the two regional catchment areas will be provided as an indicative reference only. The sites listed within each regional catchment area maybe subject to review and realignment during the term of the Agreement.

The Agreement is for the provision of the services for planned preventative maintenance (ppm), defective maintenance, testing and additional repair services associated with the Purchaser's high voltage assets and their auxiliary equipment. Also included are the associated low voltage assets. The Service Provider must also be prepared to provide the appropriately qualified technical labour on standby in order to be able to respond to breakdowns, or emergencies within prescribed timescales.

The planned preventative maintenance (ppm) of our asset estate is based on a rolling programme that is typically carried out over a period of six years. Where required, maintenance is carried out on our assets at planned intervals of 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 6 years and 12 years. The service provider may be required to provide the services for any of the planned maintenance intervals.

This lot of the Agreement is for the provision of the services to maintain and repair the estate of high voltage assets that are spread over approximately seventy sites, including both clean water and waste water sites within the London regional catchment area, Area ‘A’.

For the purpose of administration, the complete operating area is split into two regional catchment areas ‘London’, Area ‘A’ and the ‘Thames Valley’, Area ‘B’. Throughout this Agreement they will be referred to as areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively.

A list of sites within each of the two regional catchment areas will be provided as an indicative reference only. The sites listed within each regional catchment area maybe subject to review and realignment during the term of the Agreement.

The assets types to be covered by this Agreement may include, but may not be limited to:

High voltage switchgear including motor starters.

Transformers and high voltage reactors and capacitors.

Primary low voltage switchgear directly associated with high voltage assets.

Cables and earthing.

Switchgear and transformer auxiliary equipment, e.g. batteries and battery chargers, tap changers, auxiliary a.c. supplies, etc.

High voltage and low voltage distribution, generation and motor protection relays and devices.

In future, there may be opportunities to increase the scope of the services to include other asset types. Thames Water would complete a full assessment with the service provider to clarify their technical capability and service capacity before agreeing any variation in the scope of the services to include additional asset types.

Due to the nature of our business, some works may need to be completed outside of normal workday working hours, or, at weekends. In response to a breakdown, or in an emergency, a four (4) hour service level response may be necessary at any time of day, or night.

Note: A four (4) hour service level response is defined as 'arrival on site within four (4) hours of an emergency call-out request being received.

The Agreement is for the provision of the services for planned preventative maintenance (ppm), defective maintenance, testing and additional repair services associated with the Purchaser's high voltage assets and their auxiliary equipment. Also included are the associated low voltage assets. The Service Provider must also be prepared to provide the appropriately qualified technical labour on standby in order to be able to respond to breakdowns, or emergencies within prescribed timescales.

The planned preventative maintenance (ppm) of our asset estate is based on a rolling programme that is typically carried out over a period of six years. Where required, maintenance is carried out on our assets at planned intervals of 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 6 years and 12 years. The service provider may be required to provide the services for any of the planned maintenance intervals.

This lot of the Agreement is for the provision of the services to maintain and repair the estate of high voltage assets that are spread over approximately seventy sites, including both clean water and waste water sites within the Thames Valley regional catchment area, Area ‘B’.

For the purpose of administration, the complete operating area is split into two regional catchment areas ‘London’, Area ‘A’ and the ‘Thames Valley’, Area ‘B’. Throughout this Agreement they will be referred to as areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively.

A list of sites within each of the two regional catchment areas will be provided as an indicative reference only. The sites listed within each regional catchment area maybe subject to review and realignment during the term of the Agreement.

The assets types to be covered by this Agreement may include, but may not be limited to:

High voltage switchgear including motor starters.

Transformers and high voltage reactors and capacitors.

Primary low voltage switchgear directly associated with high voltage assets.

Cables and earthing.

Switchgear and transformer auxiliary equipment, e.g. batteries and battery chargers, tap changers, auxiliary a.c. supplies, etc.

High voltage and low voltage distribution, generation and motor protection relays and devices.

In future, there may be opportunities to increase the scope of the services to include other asset types. Thames Water would complete a full assessment with the service provider to clarify their technical capability and service capacity before agreeing any variation in the scope of the services to include additional asset types.

Due to the nature of our business, some works may need to be completed outside of normal workday working hours, or, at weekends. In response to a breakdown, or in an emergency, a four (4) hour service level response may be necessary at any time of day or night.

Note: A four (4) hour service level response is defined as 'arrival on site within four (4) hours of an emergency call-out request being received.

The Agreement is for the provision of the services for planned preventative maintenance (ppm), defective maintenance, testing and additional repair services associated with the Purchaser's high voltage assets and their auxiliary equipment. Also included are the associated low voltage assets. The Service Provider must also be prepared to provide the appropriately qualified technical labour on standby in order to be able to respond to breakdowns, or emergencies within prescribed timescales.

The planned preventative maintenance (ppm) of our asset estate is based on a rolling programme that is typically carried out over a period of six years. Where required, maintenance is carried out on our assets at planned intervals of 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 6 years and 12 years. The service provider may be required to provide the services for any of the planned maintenance intervals.

This lot of the Agreement is for the provision of the services to maintain and repair the estate of high voltage assets that are spread over approximately 140 sites, including both clean water and waste water sites for both the London regional catchment area, Area ‘A’ and, the Thames Valley regional catchment area, Area ‘B’ combined.

For the purpose of administration, the complete operating area is split into two regional catchment areas ‘London’, Area ‘A’ and the ‘Thames Valley’, Area ‘B’. Throughout this Agreement they will be referred to as areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively.

A list of sites within each of the two regional catchment areas will be provided as an indicative reference only. The sites listed within each regional catchment area maybe subject to review and realignment during the term of the Agreement.

The assets types to be covered by this Agreement may include, but may not be limited to:

High voltage switchgear including motor starters.

Transformers and high voltage reactors and capacitors.

Primary low voltage switchgear directly associated with high voltage assets.

Cables and earthing.

Switchgear and transformer auxiliary equipment, e.g. batteries and battery chargers, tap changers, auxiliary a.c. supplies, etc.

High voltage and low voltage distribution, generation and motor protection relays and devices.

In future, there may be opportunities to increase the scope of the services to include other asset types. Thames Water would complete a full assessment with the service provider to clarify their technical capability and service capacity before agreeing any variation in the scope of the services to include additional asset types.

Due to the nature of our business, some works may need to be completed outside of normal workday working hours, or, at weekends. In response to a breakdown, or in an emergency, a four (4) hour service level response may be necessary at any time of day or night.

Note: A four (4) hour service level response is defined as 'arrival on site within four (4) hours of an emergency call-out request being received.

Electricity distribution

Scottish and Southern Electricity | Published May 18, 2017
cpvs
65310000

Constraint Management Zone.

SSE is undertaking a tender event to award a Contract for Constraint Management Zone ‘Yeovil’ (CMZ_Y) services. CMZ Services support peak electrical demand within a defined geographic region through the use of demand reducing and/or demand shifting techniques (such as Demand Reduction and Energy Storage). Services must be available during defined service windows and will be utilised should an outage on the electrical network occur during a service window. CMZ techniques will be offered as a managed service to SSE by a CMZ supplier on the basis that the full contracted capacity is made available during a predefined service window. Services will be subject to test operation throughout the year. Please request the PQQ documentation for additional information.

Technical testing services

Reading Borough Council | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
cpvs
71632000

The Contract is for the Electrical testing and urgent minor installation works to all types of domestic properties owned by Reading Borough Council.

The Form of Contract is the JCT Measured Term Contract 2011.The Contract will run for three years with the option to extend by a further 2 years (subject to agreement by both parties).

The total anticipated value for the works ordered using this contract is 110 000 GBP per annum. There is no guarantee of any work and no guarantee of any level of work in any financial year.

The Council is seeking to appoint a Contractor for the Electrical testing and urgent minor installations works to all types of domestic properties owned by Reading Borough Council.

Constraint Management Zone_Yeovil (CMZ_Y)

Scottish and Southern Power Distribution Ltd | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 9, 2017
cpvs
65310000

SSE is undertaking a tender event to award a Contract for Constraint Management Zone ‘Yeovil’ (CMZ_Y) services.

CMZ Services support peak electrical demand within a defined geographic region through the use of demand reducing and/or demand shifting techniques (such as Demand Reduction and Energy Storage). Services must be available during defined service windows and will be utilised should an outage on the electrical network occur during a service window. CMZ techniques will be offered as a managed service to SSE by a CMZ supplier on the basis that the full contracted capacity is made available during a pre-defined service window. Services will be subject to test operation throughout the year. Please request the PQQ documentation for additional information.

Constraint Management Zone_Yeovil (CMZ_Y)

Scottish & Southern Energy Power Distribution Ltd | Published December 3, 2016
cpvs
65310000

SSE is undertaking a tender event to award a Contract for Constraint Management Zone ‘Yeovil’ (CMZ_Y) services.

CMZ Services support peak electrical demand within a defined geographic region through the use of demand reducing and/or demand shifting techniques (such as Demand Reduction and Energy Storage). Services must be available during defined service windows and will be utilised should an outage on the electrical network occur during a service window. CMZ techniques will be offered as a managed service to SSE by a CMZ supplier on the basis that the full contracted capacity is made available during a pre-defined service window. Services will be subject to test operation throughout the year. Please request the PQQ documentation for additional information.

FA 1191 - Plant Hire [Supply of].

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
Emerson Crane Hire Limited
cpvs
45500000, 45510000, 90513800, 79420000, 79500000, 79510000, 45520000

Award of Lot 4 Crane Hire. Thames Water Utilities Limited intends to award one or more Framework Agreements for the short/long term hire of Pumps, Generators, Cranes, Centrifuges/De-watering Equipment/Thickeners and Other Equipment directly or on its behalf of its contractors. The products will be suitable for use in potable water and waste water applications. There are six lots proposed for the agreement: Lot 1 – All Pump Hire (including Electrical Submersible Pumps) Lot 2 - Electrical Submersible Pump Hire Only Lot 3 – Generator Hire Lot 4 – Crane Hire Lot 5 – All Centrifuge/De-watering/Thickening Equipment Hire (including Small Site De-watering Equipment) Lot 6 - Small Site De-watering Equipment Hire Only Lot 7 – Other Plant & Equipment Hire Lot 8 – Managed Service Suppliers may apply for all or individual lots. Thames Water reserves the right to enter into a contract or contracts for the provision of all or any number of lots.

FA1209 Hazardous asset inspection.

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published May 23, 2015
Winner
Hornbill Engineering Limited
cpvs
71630000, 50532000, 71317100

Award of the following: Framework agreement for the inspection of electrical installations in hazardous areas to BS EN 60079 Part 17. Inspections to be visual, close and detailed in line with a pre-determined inspection schedule. The services apply across the Thames Water region in over 3 000 sites, from small district pumping stations to large sewage treatment works. The agreement will be split into the following lots: Lot 1 covers inspection in the central region; Lot 2 covers inspection in the eastern region; Lot 3 covers inspection in the northern region; Lot 4 covers inspection in the Thames Valley region.

FA1209 Hazardous Asset Inspection.

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published May 23, 2015
Winner
Z-Tech Control Systems Limited, Bridges Electrical Engineers Limited
cpvs
71630000, 50532000, 71317100

Award of the following: Framework agreements to more than one party for the inspection of electrical installations in hazardous areas to BS EN 60079 Part 17. Inspections to be visual, close and detailed in line with a pre-determined inspection schedule. The services apply across the Thames Water region in over 3 000 sites, from small district pumping stations to large sewage treatment works. The agreement will be split into the following lots: Lot 1 covers inspection in the central region. Lot 2 covers inspection in the eastern region. Lot 3 covers inspection in the northern region. Lot 4 covers inspection in the Thames Valley region.

Refurbishment work

Reading Borough Council | Published October 24, 2017  -  Deadline November 20, 2017
cpvs
45453100

The contract for the internal and external refurbishment of Redesdale Court, Reading, RG2 7UD with possible extension of contract to include Denton Court, Reading, RG2 7UB subject to successful completion of Redesdale Court.

The works (Redesdale Court) shall take place over a 55 week programme to 27 No properties.

The works consist of both the internal and external refurbishment works including the removal of asbestos, complete replacement of non load-bearing elevations to the front and rear elevations including insulation, windows and internally, electrical rewiring, new kitchens and bathrooms, carpet and/or laminate flooring all as detailed in the specification.

The form of contract is the JCT Intermediate Building Contract 2011.

The work consists of both the internal and external refurbishment including the complete replacement of non load-bearing elevations to the front and rear elevations including insulation, windows and doors, the replacement of gutters, fascia's, soffits and ancillary works all as detailed in the specification and internally, electrical rewiring, new kitchens and bathrooms, sheet flooring to 1 - 55 Redesdale Court, Bamburgh Close, crosswall constructed flats / maisonettes of load-bearing partitions and reinforced concrete floors, circa 1965. There will be no partial completion for 1 - 55 Redesdale Court works.

The Council estimates the contract value for one block to be between 1 400 000 GBP and 1 550 000 GBP.

The Council reserves the right to exclude from the evaluation bids above 1 550 000 GBP.

Vocational training services

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published April 6, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
cpvs
80530000, 80531000

Thames Water (TWUL) delivers a dual-skilled apprenticeship programme in either Mechanical, Electrical and ICA for 65 apprentices across both Wholesale Waste and Wholesale Water. Our current service requires a supplier to manage and deliver the TWUL ME&I apprenticeship and to complete delivery. We support 32 employees through upskilling programmes to achieve a Level 3 NVQ, therefore there will be a need for the supplier to deliver future upskilling training. The TWUL Engineering Apprenticeship must be mapped to Trailblazer standards by 2018.

The service provider must be approved by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and be accepted onto the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).

With the introduction of the new apprenticeship levy funding TWUL will be introducing upskilling and apprenticeship programmes across the business. The service provider must have the capability to support and deliver a wide range of programmes that are mapped to the new trailblazer standard.

The service provider will manage the TWUL apprenticeship scheme within Wholesale Waste and Wholesale Water. The supplier will work with apprentices to achieve qualifications in either Mechanical, Electrical or ICA qualifications:

— Year 1 Classroom full time with regular visits from the contractor to check quality of learning.

— Year 2 Classroom 1 day a week with site visits to the learner every 6 weeks to begin assessment process.

— Year 3-4 workplace Level 3 NVQ Assessments carried out in the workplace.

We are expecting a new intake of 36 apprentices from September 2017, therefore the supplier is required to support new yearly intakes. The TWUL Engineering Apprenticeship must be mapped to Trailblazer standards by 2018.

Construction of Pedestrian/Cycle Bridge over the River Thames in Reading, Berkshire.

Reading Borough Council | Published October 25, 2014
Winner
Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering LimitedThe Curve, Axis Business Park, LangleySlough SL3 8AG
cpvs
45221110, 45221113, 45200000, 44212120, 45233100, 45112700, 45221100, 45221115, 45233161, 45233120

Bridge construction work. Footbridge construction work. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Structures of bridges. Construction work for highways, roads. Landscaping work. Construction work for bridges. Construction work for steel bridges. Footpath construction work. Road construction works. The construction of a Steel Cable-Stayed Steel bridge with all associated Civil Engineering, Highways,Construction and Landscaping works. Key activities include but not limited to the following: — Improvements to existing footways including localised widening/improvement to towpath and construction of new connections to highways and footways, improvement works to existing and new river edge structures, — Improvements works to Wetland areas on the River Thames, — Concrete piling and foundation works, — Steel piling works and associated ground works, — Bridge installation and associated works, — Lighting and all associated electrical works, —Tree planting and associated hard and soft landscaping works.

Repair and maintenance services

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline October 30, 2017
cpvs
50000000, 71333000, 50530000, 50532000, 50531300, 42996500, 44130000, 44161200, 45321000, 50532300

General maintenance and engineering services (GMES) is key to delivering business continuity, seamless operational management and to the mitigation of operational risks. This procurement covers a broad and diverse range of reactive maintenance services for a wide range of assets across our estate.

The agreement will be split into 8 lots:

Lot 1: Mechanical (conveyors, gearboxes, drive shafts, valves, fabrication and workshop: tanks, pipework, access equipment)

Lot 2: Electrical (starters, control systems)

Lot 3: Compressors and Blowers

Lot 4: Variable Speed Drives (VSDs)

Lot 5: Screens

Lot 6: Trunk Sewers

Lot 7: Lagging and Insulation

Lot 8: Generators

Examples shown above are only indications of some of the activities which may fall within these service areas.

Electricity distribution and related services

Scottish and Southern Electricity | Published February 2, 2017
cpvs
65300000

Electricity distribution and related services

Provision of Electricity Lot 2.

University of Reading | Published October 27, 2015
Winner
British Gas Business
cpvs
09310000

Provision of Electricity Lot 2.

Provision of Gas and Electricity.

University of Reading | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline April 23, 2015
cpvs
09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000

Tender for the Provision of Gas and Electricity.

Supply, export, data and metering services for electricity

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published April 14, 2015
cpvs
09310000, 38554000, 72300000, 72316000, 72322000, 38551000, 38550000, 50411300, 65500000, 64216210

Supply, export, data and metering services for electricity