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St James Utilities Service

Leeds Teaching Hospitals | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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71314000, 31100000, 42112300, 31230000, 45310000, 45259000, 31000000

St James Hospital is one of the largest sites operated by Leeds Teaching Hospitals (The Trust). The acute site accommodates the North's largest Oncology Unit, an A&E facility, transplant theatres, Intensive Care Units and around 1 000 inpatient beds.

The Trust currently purchases heat and electricity generated by an on-site gas turbine under a contract which expires at the end of December 2017.

The tender opportunity comprises of 2 phases:

Phase 1 — Initial Services Provision and Installation

(1) The provision of energy services to the specified facilities from the expiry date of the existing contract (using the existing plant or as otherwise proposed by the bidder).

(2) The decommissioning, removal and disposal of the existing plant.

(3) The design and installation of a replacement system with a circa 4MWe gas turbine which utilises the waste heat via a supplementary fired waste heat boiler that provides low pressure steam to the site.

(4) The funding of the replacement plant and its installation, which shall be provided by the successful supplier

Phase 2 — Full Service Provision

(5) The operation and maintenance of the installed plant.

(6) Achievement of energy performance requirements in the Contract.

Bidders should note that it is the intention of the Trust that the successful bidder will assume responsibility for providing energy services on the start date of the Contract. Accordingly, it is envisaged that the successful bidder will purchase the current turbine from the present contractor and operate this machine up until a point where a replacement is available.

The Trust envisages that Phase 1 should take no longer than 1 year and envisages that the duration of Phase 2 should be up to 15 years with an option for the Trust to extend for a further 2 years. However, the Trust reserves the right to accept variants bids with other durations.

The Trust envisages that the successful bidder will be responsible for obtaining a connection agreement with Northern Power Grid (and performing the obligations therein) in respect of the replacement equipment and assuming responsibility for the existing Northern Power Grid connection agreement on behalf of the Trust.

Bidders should note that the Trust envisages that bidders will make proposals in relation to the purchase of utilities, such as gas or electricity to the extent that they can bring additional benefit to the Trust.

St James Utilities Service

Leeds Teaching Hospitals | Published February 10, 2017
cpvs
71314000, 31100000, 42112300, 31230000, 45310000, 45259000, 31000000

St James Hospital is one of the largest sites operated by Leeds Teaching Hospitals (The Trust). The acute site accommodates the North's largest Oncology Unit, an A&E facility, transplant theatres, Intensive Care Units and around 1 000 inpatient beds.

The Trust currently purchases heat and electricity generated by an on-site gas turbine under a contract which expires at the end of December 2017.

The tender opportunity comprises of 2 phases:

Phase 1 — Initial Services Provision and Installation

(1) The provision of energy services to the specified facilities from the expiry date of the existing contract (using the existing plant or as otherwise proposed by the bidder).

(2) The decommissioning, removal and disposal of the existing plant.

(3) The design and installation of a replacement system with a circa 4MWe gas turbine which utilises the waste heat via a supplementary fired waste heat boiler that provides low pressure steam to the site.

(4) The funding of the replacement plant and its installation, which shall be provided by the successful supplier

Phase 2 — Full Service Provision

(5) The operation and maintenance of the installed plant.

(6) Achievement of energy performance requirements in the Contract.

Bidders should note that it is the intention of the Trust that the successful bidder will assume responsibility for providing energy services on the start date of the Contract. Accordingly, it is envisaged that the successful bidder will purchase the current turbine from the present contractor and operate this machine up until a point where a replacement is available.

The Trust envisages that Phase 1 should take no longer than 1 year and envisages that the duration of Phase 2 should be up to 15 years with an option for the Trust to extend for a further 2 years. However, the Trust reserves the right to accept variants bids with other durations.

The Trust envisages that the successful bidder will be responsible for obtaining a connection agreement with Northern Power Grid (and performing the obligations therein) in respect of the replacement equipment and assuming responsibility for the existing Northern Power Grid connection agreement on behalf of the Trust.

Bidders should note that the Trust envisages that bidders will make proposals in relation to the purchase of utilities, such as gas or electricity to the extent that they can bring additional benefit to the Trust.

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