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C318 - Mechanical Installation and Repair

Northern Ireland Water | Published October 18, 2009  -  Deadline November 19, 2009
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The appointed service provider(s) will be required to have the facilities and technical ability to install, strip, repair and re-assemble the following mechanical equipment at both Northern Ireland Water premises and the service providers own premises:
Pumps: Centrifugal, reciprocating, diaphragm, worm, axial and mixed flow. Construction may be drywell or submersible including deepwell borehole submersible types.
Macerators: These are usually pumps with cutters of the fixed knives and rotating disc or impeller type, Communators, Mono mutrators, munchers and other non pumping macerators are included.
Screens: Endless chain with single rake or rotary band.
Compressors: Reciprocating, sliding vane and 2 lobe rotor.
Diesel Engines: Small and medium sets for power generation or direct coupled for pumping.
Valves: Conventional gate and reflux.
General: A wide variety of treatment plant of various types, scrapers, distributors, ejectors, lifting wheels, aerator rotors, gearboxes, etc.
Structures: Various fabricated structures including walkways, stairways and general support structures.
 

LCC Tender for Emergency Electrical Power Generation & Maintenance

Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council (LCCC) | Published October 26, 2010  -  Deadline November 27, 2010
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Lisburn City Council wishes to tender for the provision of Emergency Electrical Power Generation & Maintenance as per the specification. 

Liquid biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for electrical generation.

Harrogate Borough Council | Published January 28, 2012  -  Deadline February 27, 2012
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09000000, 09100000, 09134230

Harrogate 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 new supply to the Council for fuel to a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) installation at the Harrogate International 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.

Liquid biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for electrical generation.

Harrogate Borough Council | Published January 28, 2012  -  Deadline February 27, 2012
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09000000, 09100000, 09134230

Harrogate 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 new supply to the Council for fuel to a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) installation at the Harrogate International 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.

Generator Engines, Rothera Station, Antarctica.

Research Councils UK Shared Services Centre Ltd | Published February 1, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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31121000

The existing power generation facility at Rothera Research Station, Adelaide island, Antarctica is close to the end of its useful life. The British Antarctic Survey is looking to replace the existing generator sets with a system that gives the Research Station more reliable, flexible and efficient power generation.

Generator Engines, Rothera Station, Antarctica.

Research Councils UK Shared Services Centre Ltd | Published February 1, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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31121000

The existing power generation facility at Rothera Research Station, Adelaide island, Antarctica is close to the end of its useful life. The British Antarctic Survey is looking to replace the existing generator sets with a system that gives the Research Station more reliable, flexible and efficient power generation.

Planned preventative maintenance and responsive repairs.

The University of West London | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 50720000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the specification of requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating systems, — Ventilation and air-conditioning, — Control, energy and building management systems, — Domestic hot and cold water services, — Emergency power generation, — Fire fighting & suppression systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella risk management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, minor works and minor maintenance works, — Management of health and safety, — Operating and planned preventative maintenance services, — Maintenance surveys.

Planned preventative maintenance and responsive repairs.

The University of West London | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 50720000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the specification of requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating systems, — Ventilation and air-conditioning, — Control, energy and building management systems, — Domestic hot and cold water services, — Emergency power generation, — Fire fighting & suppression systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella risk management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, minor works and minor maintenance works, — Management of health and safety, — Operating and planned preventative maintenance services, — Maintenance surveys.

CHP Engine Maintenance, Repair and Servicing.

University of East Anglia | Published February 29, 2012  -  Deadline March 28, 2012
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45259000

The University Estates team are seeking to establish a contract for the provision of maintenance, servicing and repairs of the University’s 3 Deutz 1 MW (e) gas driven engines type TBG 620V 12 K. The engines are used for the provision of Combined Heat and Power generation on Campus. The contract will involve mechanical and electrical work. The Contract will cover all devices installed at the University of East Anglia’s main boiler house for the provision of Combined Heat and Power generation including: Three Deutz 1MW (e) gas driven engine generators type TBG 620 V 12 K, controls, communications systems, acoustic enclosures, exhaust systems including silencers, heat exchangers, pipe work, valves, sensors, lubricating oil storage tanks, 415volt switchgear, cables, pumps, fans, motors, meters, alternators and batteries.

CHP Engine Maintenance, Repair and Servicing.

University of East Anglia | Published February 29, 2012  -  Deadline March 28, 2012
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45259000

The University Estates team are seeking to establish a contract for the provision of maintenance, servicing and repairs of the University’s 3 Deutz 1 MW (e) gas driven engines type TBG 620V 12 K. The engines are used for the provision of Combined Heat and Power generation on Campus. The contract will involve mechanical and electrical work. The Contract will cover all devices installed at the University of East Anglia’s main boiler house for the provision of Combined Heat and Power generation including: Three Deutz 1MW (e) gas driven engine generators type TBG 620 V 12 K, controls, communications systems, acoustic enclosures, exhaust systems including silencers, heat exchangers, pipe work, valves, sensors, lubricating oil storage tanks, 415volt switchgear, cables, pumps, fans, motors, meters, alternators and batteries.

Combined heat & power generation.

New Forest District Council | Published May 4, 2012
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Cogenco Limited
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09300000

Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy.

Housing Repairs and Maintenance Contract(s) 2013-2023.

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published June 23, 2012  -  Deadline July 26, 2012
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45000000, 45111240, 45211000, 45211310, 45232450, 45261300, 45261900, 45262660, 45312310, 45315000, 45320000, 45330000, 45421130, 45421151, 45440000, 45451000, 50000000, 50341000, 50531200, 50610000, 50700000, 50720000, 70330000, 77314000, 79512000, 90650000

The Contracting Authority is seeking to procure innovative private sector provider(s) to invest in, develop and provide a range of housing repair and maintenance services through strategic partnering arrangement(s) (the "Housing Repairs and Maintenance Services"). The Contracting Authority representing its leaseholders, tenants, residents and Contracting Authority's Council-tax payers (both current and future) wishes to establish a contract or contracts to provide responsive repairs, planned and cyclical maintenance works and services. The contract(s) is proposed to commence in 2013 for an initial 10 year term, with an option to extend, at the Contracting Authority's discretion, for a single period of a further 5 years. The Contracting Authority is commencing this procurement as part of its overall Housing Revenue Account Medium Term Financial Strategy programme, a key part of which relates to how it seeks to procure its responsive repairs, planned and cyclical maintenance works. The Contracting Authority has completed a formal market consultation following the issue of a Prior Information Notice to seek the views of the market. The presentation slides provided to attendees and a summary of questions asked are available from the London Tenders Portal (see I.1 above). The Contracting Authority wishes to establish the most efficient method of service delivery (including consideration of options for clientside operations). In managing the delivery of services, the Contracting Authority is tendering two options for service delivery, these are -. — Option 1 - Boroughwide sole supply contractual arrangement (Lot 1). — Option 2 - two separate lots based on north and south of the Borough (Lots 2 and 3). In light of this, the Contracting Authority is seeking tenders for 3 Lots, these are –. — Lot 1 - Boroughwide sole supply contractual arrangement. — Lot 2 - North of the Borough supply contractual arrangement. — Lot 3 - South of the Borough supply contractual arrangement. The evaluation of all 3 Lots will then provide the Contracting Authority with the basis to decide whether to award a contract for Lot 1 Boroughwide, or to award two separate contracts for Lots 2 and 3. The principal outputs of the Housing Repairs and Maintenance Services contract(s) will be to: — deliver to specified performance and quality levels, — deliver social and community benefits for localism, — achieve sustainable efficiencies, — realise the benefits of an outcome-based model for the users of the Contracting Authority’s services, — provide greater value for money and accountability for residents, — reduce revenue costs for delivery of the front-line services described in this Contract Notice, — deliver continuous improvement and innovation. The services to be provided under the contract(s) are planned, cyclical and responsive maintenance works and services. A variety of other services, currently provided in-house, including but not limited to the repairs call centre, and administration of various services such as voids repairs and gas servicing are also included. Below is a general description of the scope of works and services, it is not exhaustive: Responsive: Any responsive repair and maintenance works to the Contracting Authority’s housing and commercial stock to also include minor void works, gas repairs, controlled access systems, pest control, security board ups, fencing and pathways, replacement windows, doors and roofs. The Council may also seek to carry out repairs to these elements on a Planned basis. Planned & Cyclical: Works to the Contracting Authority’s housing and commercial stock including renewals and repairs to kitchens, bathrooms, windows, doors and roofs plus internal and external and communal redecoration, integrated broadcast and reception systems, external repairs including concrete, brickwork and stonework repairs, and repairs and renewals to drainage, guttering and pipework. Additionally, renewal and repairs to heating installations, gas servicing (domestic & commercial), electrical upgrades, works to door entry installations. Other smaller works that are cyclical include: portable appliance testing, vent fans, fire protection and door entry systems. Also work associated with solar power generation, utility saving activities, general green technology, water pumps, asbestos and associated works, insulation works, void works, and insurance-related works. Management and administration including call handling to/from residents; performance monitoring; key performance indicators; quality approach; management of sub-contractors. The intention of the Contracting Authority is that any property management IT services necessary to monitor and provide client management reports on the maintenance of properties and estates applicable to this contract(s) and for activities as listed above are potentially in scope for this procurement and will be specified in the Invitation to Tender. This may encompass repairs and maintenance recording, statutory inspections management, asset register and project management. Economic Operators should note that the Council has an aspiration to include other residential properties to the scope of this contract at a later date through variation, for example, private sector landlord managed accommodation both within the borough and nationwide.

generating sets

Research Councils UK Shared Services Centre Ltd | Published July 6, 2012
Winner
Westac Power Ltd Powerpac House, Eastern Road GU12 4TD Aldershot UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: sales@westac.co.uk Telephone: +44 1252785170 Internet address: www.westac.co.uk Fax: +44 1252785171
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31121000

The existing power generation facility at Rothera Research Station, Adelaide island, Antarctica is close to the end of its useful life. The British Antarctic Survey is looking to replace the existing generator sets with a system that gives the Research Station more reliable, flexible and efficient power generation.

sludge-processing equipment

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published July 21, 2012  -  Deadline August 2, 2012
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34951200, 42996900

:Thames Water is the UK's largest water and sewerage company, serving 14 million customers across London and the Thames Valley with about 348 sewage treatment works (STW) and about 30 sludge centres, where primary sludge, secondary activated sludge (SAS), a mixture of both, regular digested sludge as well as sludge subject to thermal hydrolysis is dewatered. Current dewatering technologies involve mechanical dewatering with belt presses and centrifuges decanters. Cake is either recycled to agriculture or used in sludge power generation. Thames Water intends to award one or more framework agreements to supplier(s) capable to provide high dry solids dewatering equipment and after sales services for one or more of the following model options: Lot 1 supply only of equipment and ancillary elements. Lot 2 supply and installation of equipment and ancillary elements. Lot 3 after sales support/services (it may include part or all of these elements: spare, wearing and consumable parts, process review and advice, maintenance and equipment operation). High dry solids dewatering is where sewage sludge is dewatered to higher percentage dry solids than would be expected from more conventional dewatering equipment such as belt or centrifuge dewaterers; typically between 7 to 10 percentage points higher. Solution(s) to be offered must meet the following criteria: — For conventional mesophilic anaerobic digestion (60 % primary–40 % SAS) with average 45 % volatile solids destruction dry solids of the final product needs to be at least 30 % dry solids or higher with a minimum of 97 % capture rate, — For thermally hydrolyzed mesophilic anaerobic digestion (60 % primary–40 % SAS) with 60 % volatile solids destruction dry solids of the final product needs to be at least 40 % dry solids or higher with a minimum of 97 % capture rate, — Apart from high dry solids content and clear filtrate (i.e. low suspended solids) a non-odorous and stackable product is also required, — A single process dewatering solution rather than a two stage system (e.g. combining dewatering and drying, given the high cost of drying). Thames Water is considering the possible installation of high dry solids dewatering equipment at a number of sites ranging in size from 12 500 tons dry solids / year dewatered to 17 500 tons dry solids / year dewatered. Thames Water is looking to establish a relationship with companies with a proven track record for supply of equipment into this market on this scale and to establish a relationship with companies who manufacture this equipment rather than third parties. Thames Water reserves the right to combine two or more lots into a single contract depending on the responses received to the OJEU notice. Thames Water also reserves the right to make no award as a result of this procurement process, or may award in part or in whole. The length of the agreement will be subject to the model option selected for award. As a general guidance, Thames Water envisages that any agreement for either lots 1 or 2 would be for an initial duration of 3 years with options to extend annually up to a maximum duration of 5 years. For lot 3, it may be for an initial duration of 5 years with options to extend annually up to a maximum of 10 years.

T23 Power Generation and MCAS Update (PGMU).

Ships Support Alliance, DE&S | Published August 1, 2012  -  Deadline August 30, 2012
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31121110, 31200000, 35520000, 35521100, 35710000

Parts for warships. Engines and engine parts for warships. Command, Control, Communication and Computer systems. Power converters. Electricity distribution and control apparatus. The Authority has a possible future requirement to update the Power Generation and MCAS on the Type 23 Frigates to address the end of life power margin erosion due to the growth of equipment fits, platform life extension and challenging climatic operating environments. PGMU will enable the T23 Frigates to regain and maintain full safety, availability and capability until planned Out of Service Date (OSD) and minimise cost of ownership. The possible future requirement is for the following categories/lots: Category/Lot 1) Diesel Generators. Category/Lot 2) Power Conversion Equipment. Category/Lot 3) Electrical Distribution Systems. Category/Lot 4) Machinery Control and Surveillance System (MCAS). Equipment would be installed during deep maintenance periods of the T23 frigates by the nominated dockyard Contractor under the Surface Ship Support Alliance (SSSA) agreement. Full specifications detailing the exact scope of work will be made available to those suppliers successful in being selected to receive an Invitation to Tender (ITT). It should be noted that AWARD software will be used as part of the Tender Evaluation Process. Pre Qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) may be issued to down-select suppliers to ITT stage. Any resultant ITT that may be issued will be on the basis of individual Lots as set out above. Interested suppliers should in the first instance, submit an expression of interest, outlining the lot(s) that they wish to be considered for, together with their ISO accreditation certificate for the appropriate scope, to the Authority point of contact. Any supporting information or literature should not exceed 3 x A4 pages. The announcement of this possible future purchase should not be construed as confirmation that an ITT or Contract will subsequently be issued and is not commitment by the Authority to place an order as a result of tendering or at a later stage. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to any contract award is a matter solely for the commercial judgment of the potential supplier.

repair and maintenance of plant

University of East Anglia | Published August 2, 2012
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Dale Power Solutions PLC Salter Road East Field Industrial Estate Scarborough North Yorkshire Y011 3DU Scarborough UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: info@dalepowersolutions.com Telephone: +44 1723583511 Internet address: www.dalepowersolutions.com Fax: +44 1723581231
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45259000

The contract is for the provision of maintenance, servicing and repair of the University's 3 Deutz 1MW (e) gas driven engines type TBG 620V 12 K. The engines are used for the provision of Combined Heat and Power generation on Campus. The contract will involve mechanical and electrical work.

petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Harrogate Borough Council | Published October 11, 2012
Winner
Fleetsolve Ltd Lodge Court Neston Road CH63 1JF Thornton hough UNITED KINGDOM
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09000000, 09100000, 09134230

Harrogate 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 new supply to the Council for fuel to a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) installation at the Harrogate International 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.

repair and maintenance services of building installations

The University of West London | Published October 25, 2012
Winner
Graham Asset Management Ltd 5 Ballygowan Road, Co Down BT26 6HT Hillborough UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: louise.kadlecikova@graham.co.uk
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50700000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the Specification of Requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating Systems, — Ventilation and Air-conditioning, — Control, Energy and Building Management Systems, — Domestic Hot and Cold Water services, — Emergency Power Generation, — Fire Fighting & Suppression Systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella Risk Management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 Year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, Minor Works and Minor Maintenance Works, — Management of Health and Safety, — Operating and Planned Preventative Maintenance Services, — Maintenance Surveys.

30640 Pension fund investment management (Portfolio of Real Asset Funds).

Environment Agency | Published November 3, 2012  -  Deadline November 30, 2012
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66131100

The Environment Agency Pension Fund (EAPF) is seeking expressions of interest from asset managers capable of selecting, implementing, monitoring and performance reporting of a globally diversified segregated portfolio(s) of funds investing in real assets with an estimated value of up to 250 000 000 GBP (or up to 300 000 000 EUR). It is envisaged that the portfolio will consist primarily of managed funds investing in all of the following areas (asset categories). Property (both UK and global, core and specialist). Infrastructure (subject to some restrictions see below). Forestry and Timberland. Farmland and Agricultural Assets. Other areas may be acceptable if they meet the criteria below. The EAPF is not seeking strategic exposure through this mandate to, commodities, gold, derivatives, listed equities and equity funds (including as a way to gain exposure to property / infrastructure / forestry), private equity or hedge funds. Limited use may be made of derivatives and listed equities to manage exposure or risk only, e.g. to take advantage of market dislocations or hedge currency. Managers have to be eligible under the Local Government Pension Scheme (Management and Investment of Funds) Regulations 2009 and have a minimum of 1billion GBP under management (across all managed fund portfolios/products). We expect managers (or teams) to have run multi-manager / managed fund portfolios for a minimum of two years. We will not accept proposals from, single funds, managers only able to invest in their own inhouse funds, or managers only able to invest in one asset class such as property funds. We encourage managers to offer as wide a range of expertise as possible, and support the use of consortia, sub advisors or other structures to achieve this in a cost effective manner. Organisations may tender in their own right and as part of one or more consortia. We will allow proposals where certain aspects may be contingent on appointment. Our fundamental objectives for the real asset portfolio(s) are to gain access to a set of assets with the following characteristics. Average return expectations of 4 to 6 % above inflation (net of fees and costs). Broad geographic and sector exposure with variable maturity and vintage. Medium to long term risks significantly lower than that of equities. Note that risk is relative to EAPFs liabilities as a sterling based investor with long term liabilities. Capital preservation of the portfolio is desirable. Substantially backed by tangible physical assets (e.g. property, land, plant & equipment, etc). Usually, identifiable and reliable annual cash flows a portion of which would be either explicitly or implicitly inflation linked. Limited operational risk and economic exposure (e.g. long term contracts or leases, selling essential goods/ services). Underlying investments are expected to be long term (over 5 years) and to have limited liquidity (and we expect to benefit from an illiquidity premium). We place a high priority on long term responsible investment. Subject to these meeting our financial targets, we have a preference to invest positively in real assets such as, energy efficient buildings, renewable energy projects, public transport, water treatment facilities, ecofriendly farming, and sustainable forestry. You will be expected to assess the environmental impact of a proposed funds investment strategy and the capability of its management to assess the environmental impact/management of the underlying investments. We do not want to invest in areas where we consider the environment risks to be unacceptable, notably high carbon impact sectors (coal power generation, road, air travel), or high environmental impact investments (oil pipelines, refineries, chemical facilities, deforestation). The appointed investment manager(s) will be expected to manage the assets in accordance with the Agencys Responsible Investment and Environmental Overlay Strategies and ESG policies. EAPF are signatories of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) and we would prefer the manager(s) to show commitment to responsible investment as evidenced by e.g. UNPRI membership, support for other responsible investment initiatives in relation to investments in real assets and/or allocation of resources to responsible investment. Further details of EAPF investment strategy can be found on our website at www.environment-agency.gov.uk/pensions.

data services

Ship Support Alliance, DE&S | Published November 24, 2012
Winner
Rolls Royce Marine Electrical Systems Ltd Northarbour Road PO6 3TL Cosham, Hampshire UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: Peter.Childs@rolls-royce.com Telephone: +44 2392310043 Internet address: http://www.rolls-royce.com/marine/
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72300000

:Data services. To provide a range of Intefacing data required to form part of the ITT documentation package to inform prospective bidders of the scale and detail of the required MCAS update. This requirement is associated with the Type 23 PGMU (Power Generation and Machinery Control and Surveillance (MCAS) Update) project.