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Generators

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

Supply of solar power generating equipment for schools and healthcare centres in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations Ltd (Crown Agents), and/or any subsidia | Published October 16, 2014  -  Deadline October 23, 2014
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09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000, 09331000

Supply and delivery of PV panels, accumulators, electrical equipment, control cabins and accessories.

Supply of solar power generating equipment for schools and healthcare centres in Lagos, Nigeria.

Crown Agents Ltd, and/or any subsidiary or affiliate of Crown Agents, acting as an agent for and on behalf of the Secretary of State for International Development of the UK Government (DFID) | Published October 16, 2014  -  Deadline October 27, 2014
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09331000

Supply and delivery of PV panels, accumulators, electrical equipment, control cabins and accessories.

Cumbria Sludge Strategy — Advanced Digestion for Wastewater Applications.

United Utilities plc | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline November 18, 2014
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45222100, 45252100, 65400000, 45253700, 71314000, 45251200, 90500000, 45252122

Design, supply, construction, installation, testing, commissioning and putting into operation an advanced digestion process solution which should maximise the value achievable on site from the sludge eg. gas, heat, energy and product. Including thermal hydrolysis with biogas collection and power generation at Workington WwTW that will reduce the Contracting Entity's operating cost and generate income from export. The solution should be built to take average loads of approx. 10 000 TDS/annum plus an appropriate sludge production peaking factor of an approx. maximum 15 000 TDS/annum.

UK SBS Compact Accelerator Control System Reference Design

UK Shared Business Services Ltd. | Published November 14, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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48151000, 73220000, 72220000, 31643000, 44316400, 48000000, 72000000

1. SCOPE This specification covers the supply of a reference design for a generic compact accelerator control system. 2. BACKGROUND The Science and Technology Facility Council (STFC) at Daresbury Laboratory are currently developing a compact 1-3 MeV electron linear accelerator for use in a variety of industrial and research applications. One of the key requirements of this accelerator is for a versatile control system to enable the remote operation, monitoring and optimisation of the facility. In recognition of the fact that a control system of this type will have potential application to other similar compact accelerator projects it has been decided to commission a reference design that can be easily adapted to current and future needs. It is expected that the reference design will be developed in close cooperation with the Control Systems Group at STFC Daresbury Laboratory. Although all potential solutions will be considered strong preference will be given to designs based on the EPICS software toolkit and PC hardware platform. 3. DELIVERABLES The supplied reference design will consist of the following key deliverables: 3.1 Hardware design document – details the architecture of the proposed design including: 3.1.1 Control computer(s) specification 3.1.2 Baseline Input/Output specification 3.1.3 Interlock subsystem 3.1.4 Ancillary equipment 3.2 Software design document – details the software architecture of the proposed design including: 3.2.1 Baseline operating system 3.2.2 Additional operating system packages 3.2.3 Operating system configuration details 3.2.4 Control software baseline 3.2.5 Baseline for Input /Output system software 3.2.6 Baseline software configuration 3.2.7 Build Process definition 3.3 Test plan document – details of how an implementation of the reference design should be tested 3.4 Configuration management document 3.5 System maintenance document 3.6 Installation of appropriate source and configuration control systems at STFC Daresbury Laboratory (STFC will provide necessary server hardware and software). 4. REQUIREMENTS 4.1 ESSENTIAL The offered hardware design MUST : 4.1.1 Have the ability to Interface to a broad range of sub-systems and devices including (but not limited to): • Vacuum pump and gauge controllers • Programmable power supplies • Diagnostic devices (cameras, beam position monitors, x-ray detectors, etc.) • RF power generation equipment (magnetrons) • Industrial PLC systems (standard and safety) 4.1.2 Be able to support, as a minimum, the following interface standards: • RS232/RS485 • Ethernet (TCP/UDP/IP) • Analogue Input/Output (+/- 10V) • Digital Input/Output (24V) 4.1.3 Be able to geographically separate the I/O from the control system server(s) and console(s) 4.1.4 Make effective use of Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) systems and components 4.1.5 Be easily expandable The offered software design MUST: 4.1.6 Be easily scalable over the range of 10 – 100 devices. 4.1.7 Be capable of monitoring any given I/O point at up to 10Hz 4.1.8 Support the design and use of easily modifiable Graphical User Interfaces 4.1.9 Support the implementation of user-defined scripts for accelerator automation/optimisation. 4.1.10 Provide software tools to support data archiving/retrieval, alarm display and management and real-time trend plotting. 4.2 DESIRABLE Although not essential, the following requirements are considered to be desirable: 4.2.1 Software design based on EPICS toolkit [1]. 4.2.2 Hardware platform based on PC x86 architecture. 4.2.3 Design expandable to provide HTTP access to the control system 4.2.4 Design expandable to support process control interfaces (e.g. OPC etc.) 5. CONTRACT DURATION It is anticipated that the duration of the contract will be approximately 2 months. About UK Shared Business Services Putting the business into shared services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our customers improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. It is our vision to become the leading provider for our customers of shared business services in the UK public sector, continuously reducing cost and improving quality of business services for Government and the public sector. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. Core services include Procurement, Finance, Grants Admissions, Human Resources, Payroll, ISS, and Property Asset Management all underpinned by our Service Delivery and Contact Centre teams. UK SBS is a people rather than task focused business. It’s what makes us different to the traditional transactional shared services centre. What is more, being a not-for-profit organisation owned by its customers, UK SBS’ goals are aligned with the public sector and delivering best value for the UK taxpayer. UK Shared Business Services Ltd changed its name from RCUK Shared Services Centre Ltd in March 2013. Our Customers Growing from a foundation of supporting the Research Councils, 2012/13 saw Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) transition their procurement to UK SBS and Crown Commercial Service (CSS - previously Government Procurement Service) agree a Memorandum of Understanding with UK SBS to deliver two major procurement categories (construction and research) across Government. UK SBS currently manages £700m expenditure for its Customers, our growth projections anticipate this will rise to £1bn in 2013/14. Important information From the 2nd April 2014 the Government is introducing its new Government Security Classifications (GSC) classification scheme to replace the current Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS). A key aspect of this is the reduction in the number of security classifications used. All potential suppliers should make themselves aware of the changes as it may impact on this Requirement. The link below to the Gov.uk website provides information on the new GSC: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/government-security-classifications

Expeditionary Domestic Accommodation (EDA).

Ministry of Defence, Defence Equipment and Support, Land Equipment, Operational Support Programmes | Published October 11, 2014  -  Deadline January 14, 2015
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45216129

Protective shelters. This Contract Notice is one of a pair of related Notices that should be read in conjunction with each other, and responded-to accordingly. The second Notice can be found in the Sub Contract Opportunities section of Defence Contracts On-line (DCO) and the Defence Contracts Bulletin (DCB), but cannot be replicated in the EU Tenders Electronic Daily (TED). This Notice is intended only for companies, consortia or other economic entities who are interested in expressing interest in providing the complete Expeditionary Domestic Accommodation (EDA) capability as described below. Suppliers of components, systems and services appropriate to EDA who wish to form part of a supply chain but not to lead the overall capability delivery should respond to the related Sub Contract Opportunities Notice. All sub-contract opportunity responses will be made available to all candidate prime contractors. UK MOD has a requirement for an EDA capability to support land forces operations by providing deployable camp infrastructure and facilities (‘bedspaces’) for personnel on multiple simultaneous worldwide operations, potentially in different climatic zones. Indicative EDA modules include, but are not limited to, shelters (e.g. sleeping, medical, command and control, dining, welfare, recreational area, gymnasia, storage), catering, refrigerated storage, ablutions and laundry, security and protection, lighting, flooring, environmental control and the distribution and management of power, fuel, water, waste and communications. Initial Operating Capability (IOC) is required in 2017 with Full Operating Capability (FOC) by 2020. It may be accepted that the complete FOC requirement cannot be delivered within cost limits and that lower-readiness elements of the capability may be reliant on additional operational funding and just in time surge activity. This capability is foreseen to be met by a mix of existing in-service equipment, with some regeneration and/or improvement, and new-supply equipment. Bidders will be given the freedom to propose their optimum solution to deliver the required capability outputs against capital cost and operating cost targets. There will be challenging targets for reducing the consumption of water and electricity, and therefore fuel for power generation. Water consumption may be reduced by increased recycling of grey water. The Key User Requirements endorsed in the EDA Initial Gate Business Case are: — The User shall be able to meet the DSD 13 Defence Planning Assumption Scales of Military Effort for the deployment and use of EDA; — The User shall be able to increase or decrease the size of EDA camps without experiencing a loss of capability and without the requirement to deconstruct existing camp infrastructure; — The User shall be able to remove or add specific EDA modules and upgrades without any unintended impact on the performance of the capability; — The User shall have the capability to sleep at any-time regardless of conditions or time of day; — The User shall be supplied with the capability to provide meals for consumption within the camp; — The User at tier 1 shall be supplied with the capability to store and distribute safe drinking water; — The User shall be able to maintain personal hygiene and excrete bodily waste in a sanitary manner; — The User shall be able to store, transport and operate the EDA capability in the Core Regions; — The User shall be provided with Level 1 and 2 Force Protection Engineering Measures (this is likely to be on a Fitted For But Not With (FFBNW) basis with only a proportion of EDA being so equipped at any time); — The User shall be provided with an EDA capability that has a logistics footprint that is less than the current footprint for ITC. Beyond the regeneration and upgrade of existing equipment and the supply of new equipment, and subject to Value For Money considerations, EDA may require the prime contractor to hold, manage, maintain and issue the equipment fleet on a Contracting For Availability (CFA) basis against a range of readiness targets for a period of 9 - 11 years against cost-bounded, incentivised availability targets. This may include maintaining availability on deployed operations, so the CFA service may therefore require the use of civilian staff as Contractors On Deployed Operations (CONDO) and Sponsored Reservists (SRs) in accordance with the Total Support Force (TSF) concept intrinsic to Army 2020 force and capability generation. While tenders will be invited for both CONDO and SR provision, these will be non-mandatory and non-discriminatory Options. However, bidders who do not tender such Options must demonstrate how operational capability will be assured and incentivised by other means. It is therefore anticipated that EDA may include, but not necessarily be limited to, any or all of the following activities to deliver the required capability availability: — Supply of identified capability gap equipment solutions; — Regeneration, modification or upgrade of existing equipment where this is economically sensible; — Replacement of existing equipment where regeneration etc. is not economically sensible; — Proof of Concept demonstration (i.e. prototyping) prior to production commitment; — Camp Pack Availability to Complete Equipment Schedule (CES) at defined Readiness levels (potentially including EDA allocations of items outside the EDA boundary); — Maintenance, Inspection, Repairs and Refurbishment as required to maintain availability; — Post Design Services to manage obsolescence and surge capacity availability; — Spares Provision and Management; — Operator and Maintainer Training; — Storage and Transport Services (non-operational); — Optional deployable support using CONDO and/or SR. Some of the equipment or service provision elements comprising EDA have, or may have, other wider defence applications beyond the EDA project boundary. It is therefore possible that the Authority may select new, upgraded, modified or refurbished equipment and/or service provision solutions for EDA that have wider defence applications. In such cases the best value for defence may be obtained by expanding the fielding or deployment of any such new, upgraded, modified or refurbished equipment and/or service provision solutions without further competition to supply. In order to accommodate this possibility, tenderers will be requested to provide non-mandatory and non-discriminatory Options to supply further quantities of all new, upgraded, modified or refurbished equipment solutions and to expand the availability of any service provision solutions. All interested parties for both prime and sub contract opportunities should note that an EDA Candidate Bidders Conference will be held on 24.10.2014 at University of the West of England Conference Centre, Bristol. Prior registration is required for attendance, which is limited to 2 people per individual company. Registration requests should be addressed to Laura Akers, ADS Group Ltd Event Manager, +44 2070917812, laura.akers@adsgroup.org.uk Copies of unclassified versions of the current draft EDA System Requirement Document (SRD) and associated documents are available as Supporting Documents in the Dynamic PQQ. Suppliers who are interested in participating in EDA at any level in the supply chain are strongly advised to familiarise themselves with the System Requirements (SRs) relevant to their products, services, capabilities and aspirations - especially those identified as Key non-tradeables (KSRs) — prior to expressing interest.

Landscape Sensitivity & Capacity Study for Renewable Energy Development in Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 16, 2015
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71313440, 71400000, 90711400, 90712000, 90713000

Details of the Requirement The Welsh Government is committed to increasing the amount of electricity from renewable sources as part of its overall strategy to tackle climate change. In the short to medium term, wind energy continues to offer the greatest potential (for activities within the control of the planning system in Wales) for delivering renewable energy. Wales has an abundant wind resource and power generation using this resource remains the most commercially viable form of renewable energy. The Welsh Government accepts that the introduction of new, often very large structures for onshore wind and solar development needs careful consideration to avoid and where possible minimise their impact. The majority of renewable energy decisions are made by local authorities and it is important that policies and guidance direct wind energy proposals to the most appropriate locations. To respond to these development pressures, and to ensure officers and members decisions are sufficiently robust it is proposed to develop a landscape capacity and sensitivity study for Carmarthenshire. The study will exclude parts of the County within the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is a separate planning authority. This commission is to provide a Landscape Sensitivity and Capacity Study for both Wind turbine development and Field Scale Solar development, which will then form part of a proposed Supplementary Planning Guidance for Renewable Energy. A full brief is appended to this document. Duration of Contract The Contract will commence on 31st March 2015 and end on 1st November 2015. There will be an option to extend the contract duration to 1st February 2016. Procurement Procedure and Award Criteria The award criteria will be based on 70% Price & 30% Quality Dates – Deadline for Submissions and Start Date The deadline for submissions is 12noon, 16th March 2015. A decision by the Council will be issued within 1 week of this date and the successful bidder will be expected to start the commission on 31st March 2015.

National Framework Agreement to supply carbon and energy infrastructure upgrades.

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
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71314000, 45300000, 71315000, 71314300, 31682000, 45200000, 45251000, 71312000, 71314310, 65400000, 71320000, 51100000, 50700000, 45315300, 71313000, 31527260, 71314200, 66000000, 09300000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (COCH) and its partner the Carbon and Energy Fund Ltd wish to offer transformational change services to the NHS, Local and Central Government specific to low carbon energy efficient infrastructure and the ongoing management, facilities management, maintenance management or supply of utilities, lifecycling and performance of their contractual obligations therein. see www.carbonandenergyfund.net and this document for more information. This opportunity seeks to establish a framework of all capable suppliers who offer low carbon energy efficient infrastructure services, improvements and upgrades to existing or new public sector facilities. These upgrades should offer client authorities guaranteed reduced running costs, reduced energy consumption and reduced carbon emissions. Schemes should guarantee minimum levels of savings over the period of each contract let under the framework which may be for 15 to 30 years long (after installation), or the life of the plant installed The framework is also intended to be used for the national initiative for the installation of solar PV at scale into the HMG estate Individual mini-competitions may relate to any one, some or all of the services detailed herein Infrastructure improvements or upgrades may typically include combined heat and power, boilers (steam LTHW or MTHW), district heating, heat recovery, chilling, cooling, air handling, controls, solar PV, lighting, insulation, building insulation, glazing, water savings, waste to energy, pyrolysis, clinical waste destruction or removal, biomass, biogas, grid reinforcement, electrical (HV, MV and LV) improvements (demand reduction, generation, co-generation, tri-generation, standby generation), gas supplies (natural or biogas, on the national grid or not) technology to change or improve maintenance arrangements, medical or other records, electric vehicles, vehicle charging, vehicle maintenance, medical equipment charging or improvements, transfer of staff or subcontractors and any related technologies or services that are relevant to any mini-competition. In addition the remit of the Government Solar Strategy to install Solar PV at scales across the HMG Estate will be covered within this framework agreement opportunity This may also be elaborated to include any other form of renewable power generation as suitably identified within the given call-off project. To this end, the contracting authority may accept consortia onto the framework if required in order to get the correct skill and experience mix. Management, facilities management, supply or lifecycling all relate to the supply, operation, and continued performance of the installation for the life of the contract using the bidders staff, contractors, or those of the procuring authority under the direction or guidance of the contractor. Lots in reference to this opportunity refer to the type of mini-competition to be run under the framework, one of which will take multiple bidders to a fixed price tender, and the other will reduce the bidders to one before seeking an investment grade proposal with that single contractor. Bidders are required to apply for both variant mini-competition routes. All companies on the framework will be asked to participate in a mini-competition for each project. In many cases the selected supplier will be expected to take over the existing energy facilities building/ boilerhouse or plant rooms relevant to the project, some under license and some under a simple lease, for the operational period of the contract. The selected suppliers will be expected to supply operational and maintenance support for the relevant plant and equipment, the details of which will be set out in the memorandum of information for each project. This may be extended to cover additional operation and maintenance of existing plant and equipment. Projects may be multi-site and may be multiagency (several public sector clients) Selected suppliers must be able to deliver and guarantee the energy and energy management services to the relevant public bodies over the lifetime of the contract which are typically 15 to 30 years after practical completion. The framework is available for use by the entire UK public sector as detailed in the additional information field.

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine.

University of Sheffield | Published June 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 17, 2015
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42000000, 42140000, 42900000

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre"s Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an EU open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 20.7.2015 at 12:00 (UK time).

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine

University Of Sheffield | Published June 17, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 20th of July 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine.

University of Sheffield | Published June 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
cpvs
42000000, 42140000, 42900000

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre"s Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an EU open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 20.7.2015 at 12:00 (UK time).

Supply of Electrophysiology Diagnostic, Ablation and Navigation/Mapping Catheters, Irrigation Pump Accessories and EP Transseptal Access sheaths and needles and Supply/Loan of Power Generator and EP stimulators.

Leeds Teaching Hospitals | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline August 12, 2015
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33182300

Supply of Electrophysiology Diagnostic, Ablation and Navigation/Mapping Catheters, Irrigation Pump Accessories and EP Transseptal Access sheaths and needles and Supply/Loan of Power Generator and EP stimulators. The Trust invites interested suppliers to complete the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) as their expression of interest.

Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of a Small Scale Radial Forge.

University of Strathclyde | Published July 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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42600000, 42634000, 42000000

The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is a collaborative venture between the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and leading multinational engineering firms including Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Titanium Metals Corporation (known as TIMET), Aubert and Duval, and Barnes Aerospace. The 25 000 000 GBP Advanced Forming Research Centre near Glasgow International Airport is developing forming and forging technologies to support the design and manufacture of new products, including components and structures for aircraft wings and body parts, engines, cars, ships, medical devices, power generation and wind turbines. The equipment will be used in the AFRC workshop area. The main purpose for the equipment is to perform research into radial forging processes and large scale production trials aimed at demonstrating a high manufacturing capability. This will include the production of hollow cylinders as both final part geometries and as preforms with controlled variation in wall thickness, inner diameter and outer diameter. It will also include shaped solid axi-symmetric preforms and bars. The ability to deform material over a wide range of process conditions will also be used to study microstructural evolution during the production of billet or bar. 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=406116 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of a Small Scale Radial Forge

University of Strathclyde | Published July 13, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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42600000, 42634000, 42000000

The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is a collaborative venture between the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and leading multinational engineering firms including Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Titanium Metals Corporation (known as TIMET), Aubert & Duval, and Barnes Aerospace. The GBP 25 million Advanced Forming Research Centre near Glasgow International Airport is developing forming and forging technologies to support the design and manufacture of new products, including components and structures for aircraft wings and body parts, engines, cars, ships, medical devices, power generation and wind turbines. The equipment will be used in the AFRC workshop area. The main purpose for the equipment is to perform research into radial forging processes and large scale production trials aimed at demonstrating a high manufacturing capability. This will include the production of hollow cylinders as both final part geometries and as preforms with controlled variation in wall thickness, inner diameter and outer diameter. It will also include shaped solid axi-symmetric preforms and bars. The ability to deform material over a wide range of process conditions will also be used to study microstructural evolution during the production of billet or bar. CPV: 42600000, 42634000, 42000000.

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine.

The University of Sheffield | Published August 1, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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42000000, 42900000, 42140000

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine. The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre"s Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: the machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 2.9. 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine

University Of Sheffield | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 2nd of September 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine.

The University of Sheffield | Published August 1, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2015
cpvs
42000000, 42900000, 42140000

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine. The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre"s Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: the machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 2.9. 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

Contract for the Design, Build and Installation of a Landfill Gas Flare at Coxhoe Power Generation Plant and Disposal of 3 No. Flares

Durham County Council | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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23000000, 24000000, 26000000, 41000000, 72000000

This contract (“the Contract”) is for the Design, supply and install a new standby landfill gas flare for Coxhoe Landfill Gas Power Generation Plant.

Durham County Council own and operate a landfill gas fuelled power generation facility at Coxhoe, County Durham.  The plant was commissioned in 1998.

Due to the age and overcapacity of the existing site standby landfill gas flare, it has become necessary to replace the flare.  The new flare shall be able to operate using gas supplied by the power generation plant boosters, or independently with it’s own variable speed booster.

This contract is also for the safe disposal of 3 No. landfill gas flares, all of which are located at the same site.

Should a site visit be required prior to submission of a quote, then the site address is

Coxhoe Power Generation Plant

Quarrington Hill Road

Coxhoe

Co. Durham

DH6 4RT

Appointments for a site visit can be arranged with Michael Curry. michael.curry@durham.gov.uk Mobile: 07584 262642.

 

 

Contract for the Design, Build and Installation of a Landfill Gas Flare at Coxhoe Power Generation Plant and Disposal of 3 No. Flares

Durham County Council | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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AFS LTD
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45000000

Contract for Design, Build and Installation of a Landfill Gas Flare at Coxhoe Power Generation Plant & Disposal of 3 No. Flares

Construction Related Services Contract 2016-2026

Livin Housing Limited | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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45000000

livin is a homes and communities organisation operating primarily in the south of County Durham, currently managing in excess of 8500 domestic properties. In addition to providing homes, livin strive to improve lives, and build strong and sustainable communities. livin wish to procure a contractor to provide repairs and maintenance and cyclical maintenance including voids, gas servicing and repairs and planned capital works. The successful contractor 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 successful contractor will also be required to provide tenant liaison services. The contract duration will be for 9 years 9 months years with break points. It is anticipated that the total value of the contract over the 9 year 9 month period will be in the region of GBP150,000,000 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: 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 & adaptations, decants, damp proofing works...rveys 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. Gas and solid fuel servicing and repairs: gas servicing (domestic & 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. 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, environmental improvements, asbestos surveys and removals, any other construction related works required to maintain the asset, adaptations generally. 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