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Fife Council Hydrogen Energy Storage Project

Fife Council | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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381100

Fife Council intends to enter into a single supplier agreement to undertake the provision of supply and installation of a hydrogen refuelling unit which stores, compresses and dispenses sustainably sourced ‘green hydrogen’ from local renewable source (s) with lower carbon footprint than the displaced fossil fuel equivalent. The refueller can be either self contained unit or a modular system which meets the requirements within the tender documents. All works associated with this framework must be carried out under strict adherence to all current Health & Safety regulations.

Fife Council Hydrogen Energy Storage Project

Fife Council | Published October 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
cpvs
361000, 369999, 391000, 391010, 391200, 399999

Supply and installation of a hydrogen refuelling unit which stores, compresses and dispenses sustainably sourced green hydropgen, refueller can be either self contained or modular system.

New Wind Turbine Project at Lower Melville Wood

Fife Council | Published January 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 10, 2015
cpvs
361100, 371000, 379999, 381200, 391100, 391213, 399999

Supply and install 500kW (nominal generation capacity) of wind energy convertors [WEC] at a landfill facility at Lower Melville Wood which is located off the A92, Ladybank, Fife

Pipe and Valve Insulation works to Various sites across Fife Batch 2 - CU/748/14

Fife Council | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 399999

The works comprise the Supply & Installation of Pipe and Valve insulation jackets throughout various properties in Fife as part of an Energy drive. All prices submitted must be for all scaffold, labour and materials required to carry out the full extent of the works. It is recommended to visit the site to acquaint yourself with the full extent of the nature of the works for all labour, material and plant to be included in your tender. Any additional costs will not be entertained for lack of such knowledge.

Pipe and Valve Insulation works to Various sites across Fife Batch 1 - CU/747/14

Fife Council | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 399999

The works comprise the Supply & Installation of Pipe and Valve insulation jackets throughout various properties in Fife as part of an Energy drive. All prices submitted must be for all scaffold, labour and materials required to carry out the full extent of the works. It is recommended to visit the site to acquaint yourself with the full extent of the nature of the works for all labour, material and plant to be included in your tender. Any additional costs will not be entertained for lack of such knowledge.

Repair and maintenance services of boilers

Fife Council | Published December 1, 2016
Winner
N G Bailey Facilities Services Limited
cpvs
50531100, 50700000

Fife Council is seeking tenders from service providers to establish a framework agreement for the Commercial Heating Servicing in public buildings.

The contract covers all Fife Council's public buildings including schools, halls, sports centres, older person's homes, offices, sheltered housing complexes etc. The plant and equipment consists of natural gas, LPG and oil fired commercial boilers, water heaters, radiant tube heaters, warm air heaters, pressurisation units and cold water booster sets, Science Lab equipment (booms, taps, bollards, fume cupboards etc.,), Technical room equipment (forges etc.,), chimney sweeping, mechanical and refrigeration work to an Ice Plant, rainwater harvesting pumps, solar systems. This also includes Social Work Services group homes and Education Services janitorial houses which are of a more domestic nature and also the maintenance of the Dunfermline Community Energy Scheme, a large district heating installation.

Commercial Heating Servicing.

10073 - Consultancy for Non-Traditional Housing Research

Fife Council | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline April 4, 2017
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Research and report on the condition of Fife Council's non-traditional housing stock and the viability of delivering improvements to maintain Scottish Housing Quality Standard and meet the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing by 2020. Provide a conditional assessment, cost analysis and recommendations for non-traditional housing to support the Council's Asset Management Strategy and Business Plan assumptions.

10073 - Consultancy for Non-Traditional Housing Research

Fife Council | Published April 13, 2017
Winner
Bre
cpvs

Research and report on the condition of Fife Council's non-traditional housing stock and the viability of delivering improvements to maintain Scottish Housing Quality Standard and meet the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing by 2020. Provide a conditional assessment, cost analysis and recommendations for non-traditional housing to support the Council's Asset Management Strategy and Business Plan assumptions.

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products

Fife Council | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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39000000, 39710000, 32320000, 79934000, 39220000, 39510000

This procurement requirement is for the supply, delivery, and installation of furniture and furnishings (including a design service) and associated items such as white goods and general household items, for the newly built care homes in Glenrothes and Lumphinnans, Fife.

The Contractor must be able to supply and deliver all white goods and electrical items. All electrical items must be of an energy efficiency rating of a minimum of ‘A’ and to the specification and colour ranges indicated on the schedule. Electrical goods must have a minimum manufacturer's warranty of 12 months.

For Lot 1, Fife Council requires the Contractor to be experienced in, and capable of designing a co-ordinated ‘furniture and soft furnishings’ package for two 60-bed care homes; manufacturing or sourcing high quality furniture and soft furnishings to the agreed design and given specification; and fit with full regard to Health and Safety.

The Contractor must be able to supply and deliver all goods listed such as mirrors, bathroom accessories, crockery and cutlery. All items must be to the specification and colour ranges indicated on the schedule. Where applicable, a minimum 12 month warranty must be offered. Items must be durable and of a high quality standard taking into account its use and purpose in the care homes.

Argos Centre Kirkcaldy PR5552078 BMS Controls

Fife Council | Published May 28, 2015  -  Deadline June 18, 2015
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192110, 192111, 379999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 399999

The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. To design, fabricate, supply, install, test and commission the Building Energy Management System and Controls for the new Boiler Installation in accordance with the BMS Specification and attached drawings. The tender shall include for all electrical Power and Control wiring and containment from the Control Panel to all field devices, inclusive of the supply and installation of the Fire Alarm Interface Tenderers must complete Sub-Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact Centre Reception prior to site visit. Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Pre Market Engagement - Strategic Partnership - Domestic, Non Domestic & Land Based PV Installations

Fife Council | Published September 29, 2015
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151200, 151300, 152200, 152300, 191300, 371000, 379999, 391010, 399999

Fife Council are looking to explore options with providers on a range of PV installations across Fife. This includes domestic and non-domestic properties and Council land to help Fife council progress environmental, economic and social sustainability. Fife Council requires investment in the Energy Programme to afford a beneficial rate of return. As such Fife Council are undertaking a market engagement exercise to explore PV options which may include private sector and other business partners. The purpose of this market engagement exercise is to allow the council to: -explore different options with leading companies without obligation on either party, -satisfy ourselves regarding the capacity and competence of the market place to meet our needs, -discover and explore innovative solutions, -evaluate the capability and relative merits of any proposed solutions -use the information and knowledge gathered through the process to inform any potential procurement exercise Fife Council propose to meet with organisation to help evidence possible options and inform our thinking on the nature, scale and scope of any future delivery model. At this stage we would not expect organisations to provide us with any information which was commercially sensitive or which you would not be happy to share. While there is no guarantee there will be a future tender, if there is, organisations will be required to competitively tender for this opportunity. Could you please note your interest by Monday 19th of October 2015. It is anticipated supplier engagement meetings will be held between 26th October and 13th November 2015.

St Patricks RC Primary School Lochgelly - Replacement Boilers

Fife Council | Published November 12, 2014
Winner
Ecg Facilities Services
cpvs
192110, 192111, 379999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 399999

The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. Replacement boilers and other ancillary equipment to plantroom at St Patricks RC Primary School, 41 Station Road, Lochgelly, KY5 9QX. The Works are fully described in attached Description of Works (Bill No.2) The works are to be carried out in a single phase. The building will not be occupied for the duration of the works, as the Works are to be carried out during the school October holidays, on dates to be agreed with the CA between Monday 13th October 2014 to Friday 24th October 2014 The Contractor shall not be required to provide temporary boiler and hot water heating plant as the building will not be occupied during the Works. However, the Contractor will be required to provide temporary boiler and hot water heating plant as required in the event that the Contractor is unable to complete the Works within the agreed contract period, to avoid the School being without heating or hot water once term time recommences on Monday 27th October 2014. The temporary boiler and hot water heating plant will be provided at no cost to the Client, unless contract period has been extended due to additional works/ unforeseen works outwith the control of the Contractor and instructed by the Contract Administrator (CA) The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring the mechanical installation is fully co-ordinated with all other sub-contractors and trades. The Contractor shall be responsible for co-ordinating with staff at all times with regards to access, parking, programme of works, moving of furniture etc. All proposed work is identified on contract drawings listed below. The Tender Drawings are as listed: M(59)01 – Existing and Proposed Plantroom Layouts Other documents forming Tender package comprise : Building Energy Management Systems (Fife Council) Specification Asbestos Register & corresponding Floor Plan Preliminary Sheet Preliminaries breakdown Narrative Description of Works contained in Bill No.2 Bill of Quantities Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Viewforth Nursery School Leven - Replacement Boilers

Fife Council | Published January 27, 2015
Winner
Gbs (Building Services) Ltd
cpvs
192110, 192111, 379999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 399999

The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. Replacement boilers and other ancillary equipment to plantroom at Viewforth Nursery School, Mitchell Street, Leven, KY8 4HJ The Works are fully described in attached Description of Works (Bill No.2) The works are to be carried out in a single phase. The building will not be occupied for the duration of the works, as the Works are to be carried out during the school October holidays, on dates to be agreed with the CA between Monday 13th October 2014 to Friday 24th October 2014 The Contractor shall not be required to provide temporary boiler and hot water heating plant as the building will not be occupied during the Works. However, the Contractor will be required to provide temporary boiler and hot water heating plant as required in the event that the Contractor is unable to complete the Works within the agreed contract period, to avoid the Nursery being without heating or hot water once term time recommences on Monday 27th October 2014. The temporary boiler and hot water heating plant will be provided at no cost to the Client, unless contract period has been extended due to additional works/ unforeseen works outwith the control of the Contractor and instructed by the Contract Administrator (CA) The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring the mechanical installation is fully co-ordinated with all other sub-contractors and trades. The Contractor shall be responsible for co-ordinating with staff at all times with regards to access, parking, programme of works, moving of furniture etc. All proposed work is identified on contract drawings listed below. The Tender Drawings are as listed: M(59)01 – Existing and Proposed Plantroom Layouts Other documents forming Tender package comprise : Building Energy Management Systems (Fife Council) Specification Asbestos Register & corresponding Floor Plan Preliminary Sheet Preliminaries breakdown Narrative Description of Works contained in Bill No.2 Bill of Quantities During the school holidays please contact Stevie Mitchell to arrange access (ext 441585) (Mob 07872699254), he will get one of the janitors from the high school to come down and open up. If requiring access after the summer recess the Nursery is open from 8am to 1pm and there will be janitorial staff there during those hours to let them into the boilerhouse. Out with these hours, during term time, they must again contact Stevie Mitchell to arrange access Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .
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