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Energy Performance RE-FIT

 | Published April 6, 2016
Winner
Engie
cpvs
71314300

The Authority has selected a RE:FIT Service Provider (ESCO) partner to work with them closely in order to optimise the energy efficiency of their building portfolio, improve their building performance, reduce CO2 emissions and save money.

Real estate services

Mi Concepts Ltd | Published March 16, 2017
cpvs
70000000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71320000, 71330000, 71340000, 71350000, 71400000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71800000, 90700000

The Framework will provide end to end delivery of assets within the public portfolio through development and renovation, to disposal or management. This includes funding applications, design proposals, energy consulting, architectural design, engineering consulting, project management and orchestration, estate management, cost management, master planning and all other disciplines. The full list of disciplines is as follows:

— Accelerated Delivery (This discipline is made up 4 categories. Tenders for this discipline will be evaluated on each of these categories for quality, pricing and technical submissions):

— Funding Applications,

— Project Management,

— Cost Management,

— Developing Proposals,

— Planning Applications.

Other consultancy disciplines (assessed individually):

— Project Management,

— Engineering,

— Architecture,

— Planning,

— Masterplanning,

— Landscape Architecture,

— Ecology and Biodiversity,

— Construction Design and Management (CDM) Coordination,

— Property,

— Renewable Energy.

ICT2136 Policy Compliance

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published August 16, 2016
Winner
MetaCompliance Ltd
cpvs
72000000

Awarded using the GCloud 8 framework with Service ID 743555645422176 using Crown Commercial Services using the key terms of 'Policy Compliance within the categories of Data management, Human resources and employee management and IT management, where the Datacentres adhere to the EU code of conduct for energy-efficient datacentres, there is a Backup, disaster recovery and resilience plan in place and there is a Data extraction/removal plan in place and directly connected to the network Internet'

Supply (purchase) of Bulky Waste Shredder with associated Maintenance.

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
90514000, 42900000

Buckinghamshire County Council (BCC or ‘the council’) is seeking a contractor to supply a shredder to shred bulky waste and to provide the on-going maintenance of that shredder. The shredding of bulky waste will enable the resulting waste to be treated at the Council's Energy from Waste Facility. The types of items that will need shredding include, but are not limited to, mattresses, sofas, furniture, garden furniture etc. The bulky waste must be shredded to no bigger than a 240 litre wheelie bin size. The shredder must be mobile and operated by diesel. The successful contractor will be required to supply, install and maintain the shredder. The Contract is due to be awarded by 1.2.2016 and the shredder must be operational by 1.6.2016.

Supply (purchase) of Bulky Waste Shredder with associated Maintenance.

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
cpvs
90514000, 42900000

Buckinghamshire County Council (BCC or ‘the council’) is seeking a contractor to supply a shredder to shred bulky waste and to provide the on-going maintenance of that shredder. The shredding of bulky waste will enable the resulting waste to be treated at the Council's Energy from Waste Facility. The types of items that will need shredding include, but are not limited to, mattresses, sofas, furniture, garden furniture etc. The bulky waste must be shredded to no bigger than a 240 litre wheelie bin size. There is also the potential for other materials such as wood and garden waste to be shredded. The shredder must be mobile and operated by diesel. The successful contractor will be required to supply, install and maintain the shredder. The Contract is due to be awarded by 1.10.2015 and the shredder must be operational by 1.2.2016.

Real estate services

Mi Concepts Ltd | Published March 10, 2017
cpvs
70000000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71320000, 71330000, 71340000, 71350000, 71400000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71800000, 90700000

The Framework will provide end to end delivery of assets within the public portfolio through development and renovation, to disposal or management. This includes funding applications, design proposals, energy consulting, architectural design, engineering consulting, project management and orchestration, estate management, cost management, master planning and all other disciplines. The full list of disciplines is as follows:

— Accelerated Delivery (This discipline is made up 4 categories. Tenders for this discipline will be evaluated on each of these categories for quality, pricing and technical submissions):

— Funding Applications,

— Project Management,

— Cost Management,

— Developing Proposals,

— Planning Applications.

Other consultancy disciplines (assessed individually):

— Project Management,

— Engineering,

— Architecture,

— Planning,

— Masterplanning,

— Landscape Architecture,

— Ecology and Biodiversity,

— Construction Design and Management (CDM) Coordination,

— Property,

— Renewable Energy.

Suppliers must register their interest at — http://accelerateddelivery.miprocurement.miconcepts.co.uk

Eligible parties can tender for one or more disciplines (listed above). Mi Concepts reserves the right to award either single or multi-discipline contracts based on these submissions. Each successful party appointed to the Framework will have submitted a schedule of rates, which will be relied upon to call off services for projects as they arise.

There will also be mini competitions, conducted electronically, for works between the appointed framework contractors. Appointed Contractors will be expected to work closely and cooperate with the HCA and other contracting authorities, as well as other Contractors, and in-house departments or professionals (managers, consultants etc.).

Waste Contract Advice – Buckinghamshire County Council

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published September 6, 2016
cpvs
73000000

Provision of financial related advice in support of waste contracts, in particular the Energy from Waste Contract, but also other waste contracts as applicable. Work may include the following: - Attendance at internal workshops and meetings as required in order to understand and develop your approach to contract management. - Attendance at external meetings with the contractor as required in order to ensure that contract issues are highlighted, discussed and resolved in a timely fashion. - Review of key legal documentation including the Payment Mechanism and Performance Framework in order to identify potential issues and to propose options for their resolution. - Provide the Council with proactive advice in relation to matters which are likely to have an impact on the contract. - Review management and financial information in respect of the contract. - Provide ad-hoc advice in relation to the operation of the contract and negotiations with the contractor.

Waste Contract Advice – Buckinghamshire County Council

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published September 14, 2016
Winner
Aurorian Interim Management Ltd
cpvs
73200000

Provision of financial related advice in support of waste contracts, in particular the Energy from Waste Contract, but also other waste contracts as applicable. Work may include the following: - Attendance at internal workshops and meetings as required in order to understand and develop your approach to contract management. - Attendance at external meetings with the contractor as required in order to ensure that contract issues are highlighted, discussed and resolved in a timely fashion. - Review of key legal documentation including the Payment Mechanism and Performance Framework in order to identify potential issues and to propose options for their resolution. - Provide the Council with proactive advice in relation to matters which are likely to have an impact on the contract. - Review management and financial information in respect of the contract. - Provide ad-hoc advice in relation to the operation of the contract and negotiations with the contractor.

Repair and maintenance services

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published February 9, 2017
Winner
Tencer Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 50712000, 50711000, 50413000

The Council seeks experienced providers for a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services Framework which covers:

— Planned preventative maintenance;

— Reactive maintenance;

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— Statutory compliance;

— Ad-hoc Minor works (up to 25K. These are not guaranteed);

— Single point of contact.

The Framework will be divided into 3 Lots:

1. Mechanical Services

2. Electrical Services

3. Alarms and Controls

1 provider will be appointed to each Lot. Providers may apply for 1 or more Lots.

The Council will call-off contracts for each of the services i.e. mechanical, electrical and alarms and controls for 3 years for the corporate and schools sites.

The Council may decide to call-off for a further 3 years following the initial 3 year contract.

The 4 year Framework will be accessible to other Public Sector bodies within and outside Buckinghamshire.

The value of the framework is in the range of 4 000 000 - 15 000 000 GBP.

The Council is of the view that TUPE may apply.

PPM and Reactive Maintenance for mechanical assets. This includes but is not limited to:

Boilers (gas, oil, biomass), heating, combustion, fan convectors, gas testing, de-scaling, gas pipe testing,pressurisation, controls, BMS, system pumps, oil plant.

The sites that may access the Framework are:

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — covers all corporate sites where the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council does not hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs &maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients – the Council does not hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

Other CPVs:

50700000-2

51120000-9.

The Council is seeking an experienced contractor to deliver a Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance Services for electrical assets. This includes but is not limited to:

All electrical plant — power, lighting, emergency lighting, 5-year testing, alarms (fire).

Corporate

Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — all corporate sites where the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council does not hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs and maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

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External Schools and External Clients — the Council does not hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

Other CPVs:

50700000-2

50532000-3

45317000-2

45310000-3

Approx. annual value for corporate and schools is 220 000 GBP.

PPM and Reactive Maintenance Services for alarms and controls. This includes but is not limited to:

Fire alarm systems, Emergency alarms, Emergency lighting, Electronic door mechanisms, Automatic door controls, Door entry systems, Security systems, BEMS (building energy management system).

Properties that will access the Framework are:

Corporate

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Corporate, Agricultural and Country Parks Estate — the Council holds direct responsibility for maintenance delivery. This will include administrative facilities, libraries, caretaker's houses etc.

Schools

Controlled schools where the Council does not hold all direct responsibility but does provide a repairs and maintenance service through a BuyBack arrangement.

Non-Corporate

External Schools and External Clients– the Council does not hold direct maintenance responsibility. The properties are those who may buy services from the Framework.

Other CPVs:

45310000-3

31000000-6

Approx. annual value for corporate and schools is 90 000 GBP.

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