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Construction Consultants — Mechanical and Electrical Consulting Engineers.

University of Sunderland | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 22, 2015
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71000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71320000, 71330000, 71340000, 71333000, 71334000, 71335000, 71336000

The University seeks to develop a contract for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy Services.

University of Sunderland — Mechanical and Electrical Contractors.

University of Sunderland | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 50000000, 51000000, 45310000

The University is looking to establish a framework of mechanical and electrical contractors who will be invited to tender for all mechanical and electrical works directly commissioned by the University and also to be part of a pre-approved contractors list to pass onto building contractors working for the University. This framework will also be open for the following authorities: — Durham University. — Newcastle University. — Northumbria University. — City of Sunderland Council.

University of Sunderland — Mechanical and Electrical Contractors 2016.

University of Sunderland | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
cpvs
45000000, 50000000, 51000000, 45310000

The University is looking to establish a framework of

mechanical and electrical contractors who will be

invited to tender for all mechanical and electrical works directly commissioned by the University and also to be part of a pre-approved contractors list to pass onto building contractors working for the University.

This framework will also be open for the following authorities:-

Durham University;

Newcastle University;

Northumbria University;

City of Sunderland Council.

University of Sunderland M&E Framework.

University of Sunderland | Published February 27, 2015
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45000000, 45300000, 45310000, 45330000, 45340000, 45350000, 45400000, 45450000, 50000000, 50700000, 50800000, 51100000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000, 51500000, 51510000, 51540000

Mechanical and Electrical Contractors Framework. The University is looking to establish a framework of mechanical and electrical contractors who will be invited to tender for all M&E works directly commissioned by the University and also to be part of a pre-approved contractors list to pass onto building contractors working for the University.

University of Sunderland - AM Package 1 - Electrical & Mechanical Apparatus

University of Sunderland | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
cpvs
31210000

AMAP (Automotive and manufacturing advanced practice) form a key part of the Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing at the University of Sunderland. The University actively seeks to work with industry and that creates an exciting dynamic. Our vision for AMAP is to inform, inspire and innovate in Advanced Manufacturing, which we will achieve by being an innovative, accessible, and outward facing provider of support for industry. This will be based upon the application of research and knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing regionally, nationally and internationally - adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, the Faculty of Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing and the University. The University of Sunderland has the research capability supported by AMAP, and AMAP also have their network of industrial contacts. AMAP is trusted and respected by suppliers because of its neutral position. Our practice understands industry and we appreciate the challenge of the competitiveness within the supply chain. We are here to support businesses, large and small, by sharing contacts and best practice, providing training and up skilling of the workforce, plus carrying out research and then sharing the findings. Recognised regionally, nationally and internationally, adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, AMAP seeks to be innovative, accessible and an outward facing provider of support for industry. Based upon the application of research and knowledge of advanced manufacturing. Summer 2017 will see a significant investment from University of Sunderland into Advanced Manufacturing. Work will be conducted at two key sites (St Peters Campus - David Goldman Building and The Industry Centre) and your attention is drawn to Appendix D - Floor Plans - which confirms the current floor layouts of these areas and associated equipment requirements. As such, the University of Sunderland seeks to appoint an innovative supplier/service provider who can provide a comprehensive and compliant response to the requirements outlined within this ITT for Advanced Manufacturing Equipment defined as Electrical & Mechanical Apparatus.

University of Sunderland - AM Package 1 - Electrical & Mechanical Apparatus - AWARD

University of Sunderland | Published November 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
Winner
Cussons Technology Ltd.
cpvs
31210000

AMAP (Automotive and manufacturing advanced practice) form a key part of the Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing at the University of Sunderland. The University actively seeks to work with industry and that creates an exciting dynamic. Our vision for AMAP is to inform, inspire and innovate in Advanced Manufacturing, which we will achieve by being an innovative, accessible, and outward facing provider of support for industry. This will be based upon the application of research and knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing regionally, nationally and internationally - adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, the Faculty of Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing and the University. The University of Sunderland has the research capability supported by AMAP, and AMAP also have their network of industrial contacts. AMAP is trusted and respected by suppliers because of its neutral position. Our practice understands industry and we appreciate the challenge of the competitiveness within the supply chain. We are here to support businesses, large and small, by sharing contacts and best practice, providing training and up skilling of the workforce, plus carrying out research and then sharing the findings. Recognised regionally, nationally and internationally, adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, AMAP seeks to be innovative, accessible and an outward facing provider of support for industry. Based upon the application of research and knowledge of advanced manufacturing. Summer 2017 will see a significant investment from University of Sunderland into Advanced Manufacturing. Work will be conducted at two key sites (St Peters Campus - David Goldman Building and The Industry Centre) and your attention is drawn to Appendix D - Floor Plans - which confirms the current floor layouts of these areas and associated equipment requirements. As such, the University of Sunderland seeks to appoint an innovative supplier/service provider who can provide a comprehensive and compliant response to the requirements outlined within this ITT for Advanced Manufacturing Equipment defined as Electrical & Mechanical Apparatus.

Catering Equipment Repair and Maintenance.

Sunderland City Council | Published September 5, 2015
Winner
Upnorth Engineering Services Limited
cpvs
50883000

To carry out reactive repair and annual servicing and maintenance of electrical, refrigeration and combination catering equipment.

Catering Equipment Repair and Maintenance.

Sunderland City Council | Published April 17, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 50710000, 50711000, 50700000, 50800000, 50882000, 50883000

To carry out reactive repair and annual servicing/maintenance of electrical, refrigeration and combination catering equipment. The Contract will run from 1.8.2015 until 31.8.2016 with an option to extend until 31.8.2017. The Contract will not be open to other purchasers.

University of Sunderland - AM Package 3 - Electrical Components and Various Accessories

University of Sunderland | Published June 23, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
cpvs
31210000

AMAP (Automotive and manufacturing advanced practice) form a key part of the Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing at the University of Sunderland. The University actively seeks to work with industry and that creates an exciting dynamic. Our vision for AMAP is to inform, inspire and innovate in Advanced Manufacturing, which we will achieve by being an innovative, accessible, and outward facing provider of support for industry. This will be based upon the application of research and knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing regionally, nationally and internationally - adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, the Faculty of Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing and the University. The University of Sunderland has the research capability supported by AMAP, and AMAP also have their network of industrial contacts. AMAP is trusted and respected by suppliers because of its neutral position. Our practice understands industry and we appreciate the challenge of the competitiveness within the supply chain. We are here to support businesses, large and small, by sharing contacts and best practice, providing training and up skilling of the workforce, plus carrying out research and then sharing the findings. Recognised regionally, nationally and internationally, adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, AMAP seeks to be innovative, accessible and an outward facing provider of support for industry. Based upon the application of research and knowledge of advanced manufacturing. Summer 2017 will see a significant investment from University of Sunderland into Advanced Manufacturing. Work will be conducted at two key sites (St Peters Campus - David Goldman Building and The Industry Centre) and your attention is drawn to Appendix D - Floor Plans - which confirms the current floor layouts of these areas and associated equipment requirements. As such, the University of Sunderland seeks to appoint an innovative supplier/service provider who can provide a comprehensive and compliant response to the requirements outlined within this ITT for Advanced Manufacturing Equipment defined as Electrical Components and Various Accessories.

University of Sunderland - AM Package 3 - Electrical Components and Various Accessories - AWARD

University of Sunderland | Published November 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
Winner
Rapid Electronics Ltd
cpvs
31210000

AMAP (Automotive and manufacturing advanced practice) form a key part of the Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing at the University of Sunderland. The University actively seeks to work with industry and that creates an exciting dynamic. Our vision for AMAP is to inform, inspire and innovate in Advanced Manufacturing, which we will achieve by being an innovative, accessible, and outward facing provider of support for industry. This will be based upon the application of research and knowledge of Advanced Manufacturing regionally, nationally and internationally - adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, the Faculty of Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing and the University. The University of Sunderland has the research capability supported by AMAP, and AMAP also have their network of industrial contacts. AMAP is trusted and respected by suppliers because of its neutral position. Our practice understands industry and we appreciate the challenge of the competitiveness within the supply chain. We are here to support businesses, large and small, by sharing contacts and best practice, providing training and up skilling of the workforce, plus carrying out research and then sharing the findings. Recognised regionally, nationally and internationally, adding unique value and excellence to differentiate and enhance the student experience, AMAP seeks to be innovative, accessible and an outward facing provider of support for industry. Based upon the application of research and knowledge of advanced manufacturing. Summer 2017 will see a significant investment from University of Sunderland into Advanced Manufacturing. Work will be conducted at two key sites (St Peters Campus - David Goldman Building and The Industry Centre) and your attention is drawn to Appendix D - Floor Plans - which confirms the current floor layouts of these areas and associated equipment requirements. As such, the University of Sunderland seeks to appoint an innovative supplier/service provider who can provide a comprehensive and compliant response to the requirements outlined within this ITT for Advanced Manufacturing Equipment defined as Electrical Components and Various Accessories.

Framework for Technology Enabled Care Services — Services.

Northern Housing Consortium Ltd | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Limited
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50421000, 50342000, 50000000, 50333000, 50334400, 50420000, 50800000, 85323000, 45312000, 45312100, 45314000, 45343000, 51110000, 51410000, 85148000, 33195200, 33195000

Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Repair and maintenance services of audio equipment. Repair and maintenance services. Maintenance services of radio-communications equipment. Communications system maintenance services. Repair and maintenance services of medical and surgical equipment. Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services. Community health services. Alarm system and antenna installation work. Fire-alarm system installation work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Fire-prevention installation works. Installation services of electrical equipment. Installation services of medical equipment. Medical analysis services. Central monitoring station. Patient-monitoring system. Repair and maintenance services. Maintenance services of radio-communications equipment. Communications system maintenance services. Repair and maintenance services of medical and surgical equipment. Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services. Community health services. Alarm system and antenna installation work. Fire-alarm system installation work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Repair and maintenance services of audio equipment. Fire-prevention installation works. Installation services of electrical equipment. Installation services of medical equipment. Medical analysis services. Central monitoring station. Patient-monitoring system. The scope of this Framework Agreement is for the provision of services in relation to Technology Enabled Care Solutions. The services available under this framework are split into the following lots: Lot 1: Installation services Lot 2: Maintenance Services Lot 3: Call Monitoring; Lot 4: Mobile Response; Lot 5: Control Centre Equipment.

University of Sunderland — Minor Works Framework.

University of Sunderland | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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45000000, 45100000, 45110000, 45120000, 45200000, 45210000, 45220000, 45230000, 45240000, 45250000, 45260000, 45300000, 45310000, 45320000, 45330000, 45340000, 45350000, 45400000, 45410000, 45420000, 45430000, 45440000, 45450000, 45212000, 45213000, 45214000, 45215000, 45212100, 45212200, 45212300, 45212400, 45212500, 45212600, 45212310, 45212320, 45212330, 45212340, 45212350, 45212360, 45213150, 45213220, 45213250, 45213260, 45213312, 45213316, 45312000, 45313000, 45315000, 45331000, 45000000, 45000000, 45000000

The Authority seeks to develop a framework agreement for the following Minor Building Works Contractors. The contractors will be invited to tender for minor building works (subject to the lot value) works that the Authority wishes to undertake, these would be direct contracts for the Authority and will mainly consist of building refurbishments. It is envisaged that there will be five contractors appointed for each lot and contractors can be appointed for multiple or single lots. The authority has existing frameworks in place for Project Management, Architectural, QS Services, Structural Engineers, CDMC and M&E Engineering Services. The University has a single Major Capital Contractor for projects over GBP 1 500 000 in value and is currently establishing a framework of mechanical and electrical contractors.

University of Sunderland — Minor Works Framework

University of Sunderland | Published November 4, 2016
Winner
Able Construction (Northern) Ltd, Brims Construction Limited, Key Property Solutions Limited, Robertson Construction England (NE), T Manners & Sons Ltd, Clugston Construction Limited
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45110000, 45120000, 45200000, 45210000, 45220000, 45230000, 45240000, 45331000

The Authority seeks to develop a framework agreement for the following

Minor Building Works Contractors

The contractors will be invited to tender for minor building works (subject to the lot value) works that the Authority wishes to undertake, these would be direct contracts for the Authority and will mainly consist of building refurbishments.

It is envisaged that there will be five contractors appointed for each lot and contractors can be appointed for multiple or single lots.

The authority has existing frameworks in place for Project Management, Architectural, QS Services, Structural Engineers, CDMC and M&E Engineering Services. The University has a single Major Capital Contractor for projects over GBP 1.5m in value and is currently establishing a framework of mechanical & electrical contractors.

Lighting equipment and electric lamps

Sunderland City Council | Published October 9, 2015
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31500000, 50232110

Lighting equipment and electric lamps

Framework for Technology Enabled Services — Product.

Northern Housing Consortium | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Chubb Fire and Security Limited T/A Chubb Community Care, Cirrus Communication Systems Limited T/A Appello, Goldshield Securus Limited, Jontek Ltd, Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Limited, Legrand Electric Ltd T/A Tynetec
cpvs
33190000, 33100000, 33196000, 33196100, 33196200, 35121700, 32552120, 35100000, 31625100, 45312000, 45312100, 45314000, 51110000, 51410000, 33123210, 33195000, 38311000, 38434520, 33195200, 50421000, 50342000

— Miscellaneous medical devices and products; — Medical equipments; — Medical aids; — Devices for the elderly; — Devices for the disabled; — Alarm systems; — Emergency telephones; — Emergency and security equipment; — Fire detection systems; — Alarm system and antenna installation work; — Fire alarm system installation work; — Installation of telecommunications equipment; — Installation services of electrical equipment; — Installation services of medical equipment; — Cardiac monitoring devices; — Patient monitoring system; — Electronic scales and accessories; — Blood analysers; — Central monitoring station; — Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment; — Repair and maintenance services of audio equipment; — Miscellaneous medical devices and products. The scope of this Framework Agreement is for the provision of products in relation to Technology Enabled Care Solutions. The products available under this Framework offer technology and equipment to enable individuals to continue living independently in their own homes. As technology available in the market place is developing at a fast pace with new products being launched on a regular basis, in order to capture the full range of products available on the market NHC will focus on outputs generated by products rather than specifying the technical requirements for individual products. Covering: 1. Personal Health, Safety and Well Being. These are products that are designed for the personal protection of the user. 2. Environmental Protection. These are products that are designed for the protection of the user's environment. 3. Data transmitting and receiving equipment. These are products designed to receive signals/calls/data from other devices and transmit them to pre-defined location for action.

Framework for Technology Enabled Care Solutions — Services.

Northern Housing Consortium | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 50333000, 50334400, 50420000, 50421000, 50800000, 85323000, 45312000, 45312100, 45314000, 50342000, 45343000, 51110000, 51410000, 85148000, 33195200, 33195000, 45312000, 45312100, 45314000, 45343000, 51110000, 51410000, 50421000, 50342000, 85323000, 85148000, 33195200, 33195000, 75200000, 85323000, 98000000, 50800000, 33195200, 33195000

Repair and maintenance services. Maintenance services of radio-communications equipment. Communications system maintenance services. Repair and maintenance services of medical and surgical equipment. Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services. Community health services. Alarm system and antenna installation work. Fire-alarm system installation work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Repair and maintenance services of audio equipment. Fire-prevention installation works. Installation services of electrical equipment. Installation services of medical equipment. Medical analysis services. Central monitoring station. Patient-monitoring system. The scope of this Framework Agreement is for the provision of services in relation to Technology Enabled Care Solutions. The services available under this framework will be split into the following lots: Lot 1: Installation services Lot 2: Maintenance Services Lot 3: Call Monitoring; Lot 4: Mobile Response; Lot 5: Control Centre Equipment. Lots 1, 2 and 4 will each be shortlisted and awarded on a regional basis. There are 12 regions in total including the North East, North West, Yorkshire and Humber, East Midlands, West Midlands, East of England, Greater London, South East England, South West England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Suppliers will be asked to identify which regions they are applying for within their PQQ response. Lots 3 and 5 will each be awarded and shortlisted on a national basis with suppliers covering all regions. Details of the services required for each lot are detailed in Annex B within this notice.

Framework for Technology Enabled Care Solutions — Products.

Northern Housing Consortium | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
cpvs
33190000, 33100000, 33196000, 33196100, 33196200, 35121700, 32552120, 35100000, 31625100, 45312000, 45312100, 45314000, 51110000, 51410000, 33123210, 33195000, 38311000, 38434520, 33195200, 50421000, 50342000

Miscellaneous medical devices and products. Medical equipments. Medical aids. Devices for the elderly. Devices for the disabled. Alarm systems. Emergency telephones. Emergency and security equipment. Fire-detection systems. Alarm system and antenna installation work. Fire-alarm system installation work. Installation of telecommunications equipment. Installation services of electrical equipment. Installation services of medical equipment. Cardiac-monitoring devices. Patient-monitoring system. Electronic scales and accessories. Blood analysers. Central monitoring station. Repair and maintenance services of medical equipment. Repair and maintenance services of audio equipment. The scope of this Framework Agreement is for the provision of products in relation to Technology Enabled Care Solutions. The products available under this Framework offer technology and equipment to enable individuals to continue living independently in their own homes. As technology available in the market place is developing at a fast pace with new products being launched on a regular basis, in order to capture the full range of products available on the market NHC will focus on outputs generated by products rather than specifying the technical requirements for individual products. NHC are seeking expressions of interest from suppliers who are able to supply any product(s) that can achieve one (or more) of the following outcomes: 1. Personal Health, Safety and Wellbeing. These are products that are designed for the personal protection of the user. These products incorporate telecare and tele-health devices and includes but are not limited to: — Telecare devices (e.g. fall detector, property exit sensor, chair/ bed sensor, PIR, pull cord, epilepsy monitors, pill dispenser etc.); — Telehealth devices (e.g. pulse oximeter sensor, blood pressure monitor, weight scale, blood glucose etc.); — Pendants (e.g. wrist worn, neck worn etc.); — Lifting equipment to assist people following a fall; — Lifestyle monitoring (e.g. activity monitoring systems); — Sensory solutions (e.g. flashing beacons, vibrating pads etc.); and — Accessories and additional equipment (e.g. universal transmitter, GSM unit, GPS devices, related consumable items etc.). 2. Environmental Protection. These are products that are designed for the protection of the user's environment. The products incorporate telecare devices and includes but are not limited to: — Telecare devices (e.g. flood detector, smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, heat detector, temperature sensor, gas detector, door contacts etc.); — Pendants (e.g., bogus caller button etc.); — Activity monitoring devices (e.g. location monitoring, geo-fencing, lone worker, GPS etc.); — Door entry and access control systems; — Fire alarm and emergency lighting systems; — Concierge systems; — Nurse call systems; — Keysafes; and any related consumable item. 3. Data Transmitting and Receiving Equipment. These are products that are designed to receive signals/calls/data from other devices and transmit them to a pre-defined location for action. The products includes but are not limited to: — Dispersed alarm; — Hardwired control and scheme equipment; — Laptop; — Tablet; and — Smart phone. NHC welcomes expressions of interest from any supplier with a product which is able to achieve any of the outcomes listed at 1-3 above. Please note that the examples are for illustrative purposes only and are not an exhaustive list of products that NHC is willing to accept. There is no limitation on the number of products that a supplier can provide under the framework. The Invitation to Tender will set out the minimum criteria that suppliers have to achieve to be considered suitable for the framework agreement. Members may also purchase ancillary installation and maintenance services for the products they purchase under this framework agreement. Further details of requirements will be set out in the Invitation to Tender. Given the innovative market in this area, NHC will accept (over the duration of the framework) new products that meet the outcomes identified above from any supplier who is appointed to the framework agreement.
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