Student and Academic Services | PublishedApril 21, 2017 - Deadline May 11, 2017
The University is inviting tenders from potential suppliers to provide a self-service launderette at Southwood Site, Avery Hill campus, which is primarily for the use of approximately 1,200 students, but should also be available for use by staff and summer conference visitors.
At the start of the contract the existing launderette is to be fully refurbished by the successful tenderer, including provision of new energy and water efficient washers and dryers.
Management and maintenance of the launderette, including machine and boiler repair and servicing, will be the responsibility of the successful tenderer during the whole contract period.
Open tender for Power Electronics & Electrical Machines training systems
| PublishedMarch 21, 2017 - Deadline May 7, 2017
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The University is looking to procure a unified power engineering laboratory, comprising of Power Electronics and Electrical Machines Training Systems (the facility). Our aim is to create a unified power engineering laboratory. This new teaching facility is required for Under Graduate and MSc students and will continue to fulfil our Instituted of Engineering Technology (IET) accreditation requirements.
This acquisition will include complimentary well-established laboratories educational experimental material which individually provides for the study of electrical machines and energy conversion, for power electronics and electric drives, for power systems, and for fault analysis. For more information see our tender documents.
West Yorkshire Combined Authority and the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership has secured £1billion-plus funding to support growing businesses, develop a skilled and prosperous workforce, improve energy efficiency and create the housing and transport infrastructure for growth.
Within this funding, there are a number of schemes, including some highway schemes, that will require specialist services over the coming years. These services will be acquired through a framework that will then be subject to mini competition invited during the period by individual Districts as and when required.
The initial schemes and services are listed in the questionnaire for guidance.
The concluded contract will be open for use by the 22 local authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber region. Details of the authorities can be found at; http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1↦=4
Tenders are invited from interested parties for the design and build of the Smart Innovation Hub (otherwise known as MCIL / KIEIL / Hub 1) under a single-stage design and build contract. The proposal is to create an iconic new building on the Keele University Science and Innovation Park at the gateway in to the Keele University campus.
Early stage and growth potential research and innovation businesses (benefiting from the expertise of co-located) Keele (University) Management School, will accommodate offices on the ground and first floors. A large central atrium area will connect a range of flexible spaces on the lower ground floor, the use of which will be shared between research and innovation businesses, teaching and research.
The Smart Innovation Hub is a new, BREEAM excellent stand-alone building to be located on Plot 2 of the Keele University Science and Innovation Park. The new building will accommodate research and innovation intensive early stage and growth potential businesses and Keele University Management School (Faculty of Humanities and Social Science). Multi-functional spaces will be used by both user groups.
The design team (Architect and Civil and Structural Engineer only) will be novated to the successful main contractor on appointment.
The Form of Contract to be utilised will be the NEC3 Engineering and Construction contract as will be amended by KUSBPL as specified in the procurement documents.
Tenderers are invited to submit variant bids. Any Tenderer submitting a variant bid is also required to submit a compliant bid. The minimum requirements to be met by the variants and any specific requirements for the presentation of an offer which contains variants are stated in the procurement documents.
The Smart Innovation Hub is part funded from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds England Growth Programme 2014-2020, Staffordshire County Council, the University of Keele and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Single Local Growth Fund.