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SW14/CAP/0921 - Hire of Power Generation and Pumps.

Scottish Water | Published July 1, 2014
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31120000, 31681200, 42122130, 42122220, 42122450, 43134100, 42122000, 31122000, 31120000, 42122000, 31681200, 43134100, 42122000

Scottish Water requires one or more suitable supplier(s) to provide a cost effective pumps and generator hire solution to support its Capital and operational delivery programmes. This equipment covers all major items including pumps and generators, all types of pumps e.g. electrical, diesel, hydraulic, submersible, drywell, wellpointing and accessories. All types of generators are required to be 15 KVA and above for this tender exercise. Provision for both pumps and generators hires should include commissioning and de commissioning services and costs. The above listings are only indicated as a guideline, Scottish Water reserves the right to expand the listing in relation to any type of hired Pump or Generator equipment that is associated with the water industry and would be deemed relevant in any working environment. Scottish Water will require that all contractors or suppliers who contract through this procurement will gain or hold a minimum Health & safety and quality standard to Scottish Water Requirements. Scottish Water's scope of requirements for these services has the potential to include a comprehensive end-to-end managed service covering the following aspects: (i) Provision of suitable and compatible equipment for each of the lots advertised and associated equipment(purchase and/or hire options); (ii) The provision of data recording and storage and the management of all aspects of records that areassociated with any equipment supplied (iii) A non-obligation trial phase may be needed prior to final adoption of the service to ensure that Scottish Water is fully satisfied with the offered service and to avoid any situation where Scottish Water's requirements cannot be fully met. The framework agreement(s) will be for an initial period of 6 years, in line with Scottish Water's Regulatory cycle, Scottish Water will have 6 x 12 month options to extend after the initial 6 year period. It is estimated that the framework agreement will start in April 2015 subject to agreement on terms and conditions. Scottish Water reserves the right to issue this under a localised or Scotland wide provision and to engage with one supplier or with multiple suppliers as deemed to be the best fit solution for Scottish Water. Note that the resulting framework agreement(s) will be utilised by SW, and contractors/suppliers working directly or indirectly for SW. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=310066

Generators

Scottish Water | Published July 1, 2014  -  Deadline July 18, 2014
cpvs
42122000

Scottish Water requires one or more suitable supplier(s) to provide a cost effective pumps and generator hire solution to support its Capital and operational delivery programmes. This equipment covers all major items including pumps and generators, all types of pumps e.g. electrical, diesel, hydraulic, submersible, drywell, wellpointing and accessories. All types of generators are required to be 15 KVA and above for this tender exercise. Provision for both pumps and generators hires should include commissioning and de commissioning services and costs. The above listings are only indicated as a guideline, Scottish Water reserves the right to expand the listing in relation to any type of hired Pump or Generator equipment that is associated with the water industry and would be deemed relevant in any working environment. Scottish Water will require that all contractors or suppliers who contract through this procurement will gain or hold a minimum Health & safety and quality standard to Scottish Water Requirements. Scottish Water's scope of requirements for these services has the potential to include a comprehensive end-to-end managed service covering the following aspects: (i) Provision of suitable and compatible equipment for each of the lots advertised and associated equipment(purchase and/or hire options); (ii) The provision of data recording and storage and the management of all aspects of records that areassociated with any equipment supplied (iii) A non-obligation trial phase may be needed prior to final adoption of the service to ensure that Scottish Water is fully satisfied with the offered service and to avoid any situation where Scottish Water's requirements cannot be fully met. The framework agreement(s) will be for an initial period of 6 years, in line with Scottish Water's Regulatory cycle, Scottish Water will have 6 x 12 month options to extend after the initial 6 year period. It is estimated that the framework agreement will start in April 2015 subject to agreement on terms and conditions. Scottish Water reserves the right to issue this under a localised or Scotland wide provision and to engage with one supplier or with multiple suppliers as deemed to be the best fit solution for Scottish Water. Note that the resulting framework agreement(s) will be utilised by SW, and contractors/suppliers working directly or indirectly for SW. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=310066

Land Investigation, Cockenzie (P15-0019)

Scottish Enterprise | Published July 2, 2014
Winner
Causeway Geotech Ltd
cpvs
391100, 399999

This is a Contract Award Notice indicating the outcome of the competitive procurement process. The original Contract Notice read as follows:- "Suppliers must register interest in this contract opportunity through the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) procurement portal – www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk. The Scottish National Planning Framework 3 (NPF3) identified Cockenzie as a strategically important location for the development of a dedicated energy hub, in support of the emerging renewables market. Under the NPF3 Scottish Enterprise is exploring options for the re-development of the decommissioned Cockenzie Power Station site on the banks of the Forth Estuary in East Lothian. The site currently benefits from an existing Section 36 consent, which allows for gas power generation to occur at the site. Expressions of interest are sought from suitably qualified/experienced contractors of sufficient scale and capacity to carry out Site Investigation: to characterise the ground and groundwater conditions; to provide a comprehensive understanding of the risks associated with its contamination status; to highlight potential geo-environmental, geo-technical and mineral stability issues; to identify any other matters which may have an impact on future development. The Site Investigation will be wholly onshore and initial budget estimates suggest a contract value of between GBP300,000 and GBP350,000. Works are currently planned for summer 2014 with approximate four week duration on site. Works will involve investigation of both greenfield and brownfield land. It will be necessary to work in the vicinity of existing structures. The successful contractor will need to be able to liaise with and successfully work alongside, current land owners, their agents and suppliers. The scope of works will comprise the following main elements: Cable percussive boring; Trial pitting; Rotary drilling; Trenching to identify potential mineshafts; Contamination testing; Geotechnical testing; Post site-works monitoring of borehole standpipes installed as part of this investigation and as part of former ground investigations; Factual reporting. The site in question has a number of sensitivities attached to it, and the tender document will only be made available to suppliers subject to agreement to the terms of a Non Disclosure Agreement. It is therefore requested that potential suppliers review, complete, sign and return their agreement to the terms of non-disclosure to allow access to the tender to be made available. Suppliers should submit scanned copies of the Confidentiality Agreement, to adam.cunningham@scotent.co.uk, with hard copy by mail to: Adam Cunningham Senior Procurement Executive Scottish Enterprise Saltire House Pentland Park Glenrothes Fife, KY6 2AL. Suppliers are requested to note the tender return date of 16 May 2014. The tender doducments will be issued once the completed agreement is received."

Provision of Professional Services & Advice: Feasibility Study into the Recovery and Use of Waste Heat from the Electrical Power Generation System, Rothera Station, Antarctica

UK Shared Business Services Ltd. | Published June 19, 2014  -  Deadline July 10, 2014
cpvs
71314310, 71314300, 71313000

Provision of Professional Services and Advice: Feasibility Study into the Recovery and Use of Waste Heat from the Electrical Power Generation System, Rothera Station, Antarctica in accordance with attached statement of requirement.

Gas Micro Turbines for Wastewater Applications.

United Utilities Water Plc | Published April 18, 2014  -  Deadline April 30, 2014
cpvs
42112300

The design, supply, installation and commissioning of Gas Micro Turbines between 100kW and 600kW capacity for combined heat and power generation on wastewater biogas applications to include all gas clean-up and ancillary equipment.

Gas Micro Turbines for Wastewater Applications.

United Utilities Water plc | Published April 18, 2014
cpvs
42112300

The design, supply, installation and commissioning of Gas Micro Turbines between 100kW and 600kW capacity for combined heat and power generation on wastewater biogas applications to include all gas clean-up and ancillary equipment.

Environmental, Social and Human Rights Due Diligence and Related Services.

Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) | Published June 6, 2014
cpvs
90713000, 71313440, 71313450, 90711400, 90711500, 90714000, 71241000, 71313410, 90711100

Environmental issues consultancy services. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) services for construction. Environmental monitoring for construction. Environmental Impact Assessment EIA services other than for construction. Environmental monitoring other than for construction. Environmental auditing. Feasibility study, advisory service, analysis. Risk or hazard assessment for construction. Risk or hazard assessment other than for construction. Provision of consultants, as and when required by ECGD, to perform environmental, social and human rights due diligence against International Standards on projects for which ECGD support has been requested. Projects could be in a variety of business sectors but predominantly involve oil and gas, petrochemicals, liquefied natural gas, infrastructure, power generation and waste management sectors.

Land Investigation, Cockenzie (P15-0019)

Scottish Enterprise | Published April 16, 2014
cpvs
391100, 399999

Suppliers must register interest in this contract opportunity through the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) procurement portal – www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk. The Scottish National Planning Framework 3 (NPF3) identified Cockenzie as a strategically important location for the development of a dedicated energy hub, in support of the emerging renewables market. Under the NPF3 Scottish Enterprise is exploring options for the re-development of the decommissioned Cockenzie Power Station site on the banks of the Forth Estuary in East Lothian. The site currently benefits from an existing Section 36 consent, which allows for gas power generation to occur at the site. Expressions of interest are sought from suitably qualified/experienced contractors of sufficient scale and capacity to carry out Site Investigation: to characterise the ground and groundwater conditions; to provide a comprehensive understanding of the risks associated with its contamination status; to highlight potential geo-environmental, geo-technical and mineral stability issues; to identify any other matters which may have an impact on future development. The Site Investigation will be wholly onshore and initial budget estimates suggest a contract value of between GBP300,000 and GBP350,000. Works are currently planned for summer 2014 with approximate four week duration on site. Works will involve investigation of both greenfield and brownfield land. It will be necessary to work in the vicinity of existing structures. The successful contractor will need to be able to liaise with and successfully work alongside, current land owners, their agents and suppliers. The scope of works will comprise the following main elements: Cable percussive boring; Trial pitting; Rotary drilling; Trenching to identify potential mineshafts; Contamination testing; Geotechnical testing; Post site-works monitoring of borehole standpipes installed as part of this investigation and as part of former ground investigations; Factual reporting. The site in question has a number of sensitivities attached to it, and the tender document will only be made available to suppliers subject to agreement to the terms of a Non Disclosure Agreement. It is therefore requested that potential suppliers review, complete, sign and return their agreement to the terms of non-disclosure to allow access to the tender to be made available. Suppliers should submit scanned copies of the Confidentiality Agreement, to adam.cunningham@scotent.co.uk, with hard copy by mail to: Adam Cunningham Senior Procurement Executive Scottish Enterprise Saltire House Pentland Park Glenrothes Fife, KY6 2AL. Suppliers are requested to note the tender return date of 16 May 2014. The tender doducments will be issued once the completed agreement is received.

Introduction into the Options for Power Generation course (Power plant area)

Menter Môn Cyf | Published March 17, 2014
cpvs
80000000, 80400000, 80500000

A quotation is requested in e-mail format to: stfquotation@mentermon.com for the provision of a: (1) Course Name: Introduction into the Options for Power Generation (Power plant area) Start - TBC 2014 (2) Duration: Must be completed/certified by Feb/March 2015 (3) Number of Students: 1 student

SELL2WALES

Menter Môn Cyf | Published March 17, 2014
cpvs
80000000, 80400000, 80500000

A quotation is requested in e-mail format to: stfquotation@mentermon.com for the provision of a: (1) Course Name: Introduction into the Options for Power Generation (Power plant area) Start - TBC 2014 (2) Duration: Must be completed/certified by Feb/March 2015 (3) Number of Students: 1 student

The Decommissioning and Reassembly of Liquid Air Energy Storage.

University of Birmingham | Published April 12, 2014
Winner
Highview Power Storage1 Northumberland AvenueTrafalgar Square London WC2N 5BW
cpvs
76000000, 76400000, 76600000

Background: The Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) facility currently located in Slough was designed, developed and constructed by Highview Power Storage over several years, with development work first concentrating on the storage and then subsequent expansion of a cryogenic fluid to provide power generation (discharge device), before the plant was relocated and the facility expanded to include the charging device, a demonstration air liquefaction plant with a ‘first of a kind' cold recycle process. The facility is the first and only fully integrated LAES system of its size known to exist in the world today. Connected to the electricity network, it can be operated to import electrical energy from the grid (using it to create liquid air), store this energy in large super insulated tanks and then expand the liquid air to drive a power turbine and export energy back onto the electricity network as required. Highview Power Storage, the company responsible for developing the system from initial concept, have extensively modelled the process and build multiple lab scale test rigs in order to comprehensively understand the characteristics of the process to enable the safe construction and operation of this ground breaking facility. Scope of Works: The Highview Power Storage LAES facility is to be relocated to a site within the Edgbaston campus of the University of Birmingham. Works involve the safe decommissioning of individual components as well as the process as a whole, this shall require a sufficient level of specialist knowledge of each independent technology and an understanding of how they interact in the process. Once decommissioning is complete the facility is to be systematically disassembled, each component suitably marked and referenced to ensure correct reassembly can be achieved at the new site. The current location of the plant is within an operational power station in Slough trading estate. The site is confined and a collaborative approach will be required with the land and power station owner SSE, to enable the successful disassembly and removal of the LAES plant. This is largely due to the fact that SSE has active plant and personnel in close proximity to the boundary fences of the facility, which will need removal to enable access with specialist lifting equipment and the loading of transport vehicles to complete the works. It should be noted that during the original construction of the facility, adaptive methods were developed between Highview Power Storage and the contractors involved and it is strongly suggested that these methods should be repeated to ensure that the project is completed both economically and effectively. The plant is to be transported to the new site in Birmingham where it is to be reconstructed in the same general arrangement as is currently laid out in Slough to minimise the amount of new pipework fabrication. There are however significant design changes to the facility dictated by differences in available waste heat and utilities between the two sites. The new installation requires the design, sizing and integration of a thermal store taking heat from available steam local to the site, this shall require a sufficient level of knowledge of thermal heat recovery systems as well as how they will interact with the LAES system from both an operational and performance perspective. Once construction is complete and fully tested to the suitable industrial standards, the system is to be re-commissioned and its performance proved before handing over to the University staff. It shall be necessary in the re-commissioning process to follow procedures developed during the original build. As this is a new ‘first of a kind' process these were developed over many months using industry standard methodology, advice from original equipment suppliers and knowledge from commissioning engineers that assisted when the facility was first constructed. Finally the O&M documentation is to be updated taking account of the revised process, including operational guidelines and safety recommendation specific to the LAES process on the new site.

Supply of Bio-Fuel for Civic Centre CCHP Plant.

London Borough of Brent | Published April 5, 2014  -  Deadline May 12, 2014
cpvs
09000000, 09134230

Brent Council is seeking to award to a single supplier for the provision of biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for the purposes of electrical power generation. This contract represents a supply to the Council for fuel to the Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CCHP) installation at the Brent Civic Centre. The fuel must comply with the sustainability criteria of the renewables obligation, as determined by Ofgem, and Breeam 2008 standard BES 5053: Issue 4.0 1.5.2010 class Energy 5 “low or zero carbon technologies”. Reference should be made to energy 5 "low or zero carbon technologies" (pages 125-130) of this document which detail the classification of first and second generation biofuels. First generation biofuels are not acceptable for use under the requirements of the document.

Electricity Efficiencies Market Research.

South Lanarkshire Council | Published April 5, 2014
cpvs
65000000, 90710000, 71314000, 71314300, 31121300

South Lanarkshire Council (“the Council”) are looking to engage with suitably qualified and experienced companies with a view to investigating the potential for achieving efficiencies in its Electricity consumption. In particular, we wish to look into areas such as Billing and Metering, viable usage reduction measures and power generation. It should be noted that this Prior Information Notice is at this stage only for the purposes of Market Research and an actual tender exercise may or may not result from any discussions which take place. Interested parties should submit their outline proposals and evidence of previous successes (preferably in the Public Sector) using the contact details provided by no later than 18 April 2014. The Council will thereafter consider the information submitted and may seek to discuss proposals further at a later date. Expressions of Interest submitted without supporting evidence will be disregarded. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=300484.

Supply of Bio-Fuel for Civic Centre CCHP Plant.

London Borough of Brent | Published April 5, 2014
cpvs
09000000, 09134230

Brent Council is seeking to award to a single supplier for the provision of biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for the purposes of electrical power generation. This contract represents a supply to the Council for fuel to the Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CCHP) installation at the Brent Civic Centre. The fuel must comply with the sustainability criteria of the renewables obligation, as determined by Ofgem, and Breeam 2008 standard BES 5053: Issue 4.0 1.5.2010 class Energy 5 “low or zero carbon technologies”. Reference should be made to energy 5 "low or zero carbon technologies" (pages 125-130) of this document which detail the classification of first and second generation biofuels. First generation biofuels are not acceptable for use under the requirements of the document.

Type 23 - Power Generation and MCAS Update (PGMU) - Motor Generators - Lot 2

DE&S- Ship Support Alliance Commercial | Published March 4, 2014
cpvs
31120000

The supply of the Motor Generator to the Type 23 ships. This is Lot 2 of the PGMU requirement which consists of a number of Lots.

Process Chemical Engineering Training

Environment Agency | Published August 8, 2013  -  Deadline August 16, 2013
cpvs
80511000, 80510000, 80531200

The Environment Agency is responsible for regulating the most polluting industries in England under the national Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR) regime. EPR covers emissions into air and water, and on land, as well as other environmental considerations. We must ensure that these emissions do not cause harm to the environment or to human health. The proposed training will enable our officers to visualise and apply the fundamental aspects of process and chemical engineering for industrial operations. It must cover the principles that provide the basic building blocks for design and operation of processing plant across the following sectors: • Waste storage & treatment – Hazardous waste storage & treatment installation sites. • Energy & Incineration – Power generation plants, Energy from Waste Installations • Refineries • Metal Production – Raw metal process installations • Cement & Minerals – Product manufacturing • Chemicals • Paper & pulp • Food & Drink – Large scale manufacture of food & drink products. We wish to appoint a training provider who can deliver high quality and cost-effective training to groups of Environment Agency delegates using their own materials. The training must meet the objectives listed below. Although there may be some minimal customisation in order to include reference to guidance or examples relevant to our organisation and the sectors given above, we will not be offering to meet further development costs. It is therefore likely that the successful provider will deliver using one of their own courses (or elements taken from more than one of their courses) matching this existing provision to our objectives.

Industrial Process Water and Wastewater treatment

Environment Agency | Published August 22, 2013  -  Deadline September 6, 2013
cpvs
22060000

Industrial Process Water & Wastewater Treatment

The Environment Agency is responsible for regulating the most polluting industries in England under the national Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR) regime. EPR covers emissions into air and water, and on land, as well as other environmental considerations.

Industrial sectors commonly release process water back into the environment via on-site treatment works to a local watercourse or via public foul sewer. Operators are  responsible for ensuring that all emissions from permitted installations do not cause harm to the environment or to human health. Our officers ensure that they meet this responsibility and that all environmental permits are based on site specific modelling requirements that incorporate controls and emission limits for releases. The proposed training will enable our officers to build on their established understanding of effluent emission control to an advanced level.

The training will be relevant to process water treatment options across the following range of industrial sectors:

• Waste storage & treatment – Hazardous waste storage & treatment installation sites.

• Energy & Incineration – Power generation plants, Energy from Waste Installations

• Refineries

• Metal Production – Raw metal process installations

• Cement & Minerals – Product manufacturing

• Chemicals

• Paper & pulp

• Food & Drink – Large scale manufacture of food & drink products.

 

Delivery using existing materials

We wish to appoint a training provider who can deliver high quality and cost-effective training to groups of Environment Agency delegates using their own materials. 

Although there may be some minimal customisation in order to include reference to guidance or examples relevant to our organisation and the sectors given above, we will not be offering to meet further development costs.

It is therefore likely that the successful provider will deliver using one of their own courses (or elements taken from more than one of their courses) matching this existing provision to our objectives. 

 

 

Process Chemical Engineering Training

Environment Agency | Published July 30, 2013  -  Deadline August 13, 2013
cpvs
80000000, 80531000, 80500000

The Environment Agency is responsible for regulating the most polluting industries in England under the national Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR) regime. EPR covers emissions into air and water, and on land, as well as other environmental considerations. We must ensure that these emissions do not cause harm to the environment or to human health. The proposed training will enable our officers to visualise and apply the fundamental aspects of process and chemical engineering for industrial operations. It must cover the principles that provide the basic building blocks for design and operation of processing plant across the following sectors: • Waste storage & treatment – Hazardous waste storage & treatment installation sites. • Energy & Incineration – Power generation plants, Energy from Waste Installations • Refineries • Metal Production – Raw metal process installations • Cement & Minerals – Product manufacturing • Chemicals • Paper & pulp • Food & Drink – Large scale manufacture of food & drink products. We wish to appoint a training provider who can deliver high quality and cost-effective training to groups of Environment Agency delegates using their own materials. The training must meet the objectives listed below. Although there may be some minimal customisation in order to include reference to guidance or examples relevant to our organisation and the sectors given above, we will not be offering to meet further development costs. It is therefore likely that the successful provider will deliver using one of their own courses (or elements taken from more than one of their courses) matching this existing provision to our objectives.

0913BIS The Supply of a Linear Friction Welder.

The MTC | Published September 5, 2013  -  Deadline September 27, 2013
cpvs
42000000

The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) requires a linear friction welding (LFW) machine and associated accessories to support research projects undertaken by the MTC. The equipment is intended to be used for general research purposes at MTC and as such must be flexible and of a robust design suitable for a production type environment. The equipment must be compliant to NADCAP accreditation and be capable of welding a variety of component forms e.g. prismatic shapes to complex aerofoil cross sections, from a multitude of industries e.g. aero engines, automotive, marine propulsion and power generation, and out of a variety of materials e.g. steel, titanium and nickel based superalloys, to stringent standards akin to aerospace requirements.

Construction Related Services.

Livin Housing Limited | Published October 3, 2013  -  Deadline November 1, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45210000, 45300000, 45310000, 45320000, 45330000, 45340000, 45350000, 45400000, 45410000, 45420000, 45430000, 45440000, 45450000, 60180000, 71000000, 71312000, 71314300, 71315300, 71500000, 71600000, 79340000, 90000000, 90650000, 90910000

livin is a homes and communities organisation operating primarily in the south of County Durham, currently managing in excess of 8 500 domestic properties, 2 604 domestic garages, associated hard and soft landscaped areas and external works to retail units. In addition to providing homes, livin strive to improve lives, and build strong and sustainable communities. livin wish to procure a contractor or contractors to provide repairs and maintenance and cyclical maintenance including voids, gas servicing and repairs and planned capital works. As part of the service, the successful contractor under Lots 1 and 3, will be required to provide a ‘total asset management solution', including but not limited to the provision of asbestos surveys, EPCs, structural surveys, planning and building control applications, building surveying services, including party wall surveys, electrical testing, section 20 leaseholder notices and other services required to provide asset management support. The succesful contractor(s) will also be required to provide tenant liasion services.It is anticipated that the contract duration will be for 10 years with relevant break points. It is livins preference to appoint a contractor for each of the three work streams, however if the procurement process identifies greater service delivery and added value by combining these, then this shall be considered. It is anticipated that the total value of the contract for Lots 1, 2 and 3 over the 10 year period will be in the region of GBP 150 000 000 to GBP 200 000 000 exc Vat. Works value is based upon current information, which may be subject to change. The scope of those works includes, but is not limited to: Lot 1 - Responsive and cyclical: works to the livin asset portfolio, including responsive repairs (including out of hours) and maintenance works,voids,one off component replacements, aids and adaptations, decants, damp proofing works,pest control, security board ups, fencing and pathways, snow clearance and gritting. Cyclical works include, but not limited to, water borne management (legionella) LPG heating maintenance, external redecoration, warm air heating maintenance, solid fuel appliance maintenance, air source heat pump maintenance, lift maintenance (including stair and passenger lifts), door entry systems maintenance, fire alarm maintenance, fire extinguisher maintenance, emergency lighting maintenance, intruder alarm maintenance, cleaning and maintenance of flat roof gutters,window cleaning, maintenance of cctv systems, PAT testing, smoke detector maintenance and periodic electrical inspections Provision of asset management support services including but not limited to the provision of asbestos surveys and removal, EPCs, structural surveys, planning and building control applications, building surveying services, electrical testing services, property MOT's, empty property/mortgage rescue surveys and other services required to provide total asset management support.The provider will need to provide ICT support as required, to support the delivery of services and exchange/interface service information within livin, including the provision of an out of hours call centre. Lot 2 - Gas and solid fuel servicing and repairs: gas servicing (domestic and commercial), including annual inspections and safety certification and maintenance and repairs, including out of hours. Works may also include surveys of existing systems to identify faults and failure trends.Works will include repair of full central heating systems, including radiators, distribution pipework, valves and heating controls. Lot 3 - Planned capital: works to the livin asset portfolio, including kitchen replacements, bathroom replacements, internal and external redecoration, heating installations, electrical upgrades,communal redecorations, window replacements, door replacements, roof renewals, external repairs, door entry installations, insulation works, insurance-related works, work associated with solar power generation, utility saving activities, general green technology, public highway replacements, environmental improvements, asbestos surveys and removals, any other construction related works required to maintain the asset, adaptations generally. livin reserve the right to include one off replacements within this Lot. Provision of asset management support services including but not limited to the provision of asbestos surveys and removal, EPCs, structural surveys, planning and building control applications, building surveying services, electrical testing services and other services required to provide total asset management support. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=108716