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Building installation work

Scotland Excel | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
cpvs
45300000, 71314300, 45320000, 45321000, 45421100, 45331110, 45261215, 45331100, 45331000

Framework for Energy Efficiency Contractors including, but not limited to energy assessors (Energy Performance Certificates), building fabric works (various insulation works and replacement windows and doors) and heating and micro-generation works (replacement boilers, heating controls, heat pumps, biomass boilers and solar panels).

It is envisaged that a large proportion of the works will be required in order to meet councils obligations under two major programmes, namely the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing and the Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland: Area Based Scheme.

It is likely that councils will require contractors to source funding to support measures delivered under these schemes through sources such as the Energy Company Obligation and that the council will only act as a funder for certain works and the contractor may be required to enter into contracts with others including private householders or proprietors or owners to carry out the works.

The services include survey and provision of domestic and non-domestic energy performance certificates and related services.

Installation works incorporating various building fabric energy efficiency measures including but not limited to external, internal and cavity wall insulation, loft and room in roof insulation, floor insulation, flat roof insulation and energy efficient windows and doors.

Installation of heating and micro generation energy efficiency measures including but not limited to sas boiler and heating systems, installation of heating controls, electric storage heaters, air and ground source heat pumps, biomass boilers, solar panels and non-domestic heating/hot water optimisation systems.

DWH Secondary Return

Renfrewshire Council | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
Green Deal Renewable Energy Company
cpvs
189999

Renfrewshire Council are looking to install energy efficiency measures on the secondary hot water return in a number of our buildings to achieve both energy and carbon savings. The contractor shall supply and fit a device that is either mechanical or electrical to control the secondary hot water return, on calorifiers or self powered hot water vessels of various capacities varying from 300-3000 litres.

Street Lighting Bulk Renewal of Luminaires

Scotland Excel | Published August 3, 2016
Winner
J Plant Hire
cpvs
50232100, 45316110

A high percentage of councils have plans to replace a substantial percentage of their traditional street lighting assets with energy efficient lighting, primarily LED lanterns, over the next 4 years and beyond. Based on current forecasts, it is anticipated that collectively councils will replace approximately 50 % of the traditional street lighting lanterns in Scotland with energy efficient LED lanterns in this period and possibly in excess of this if business cases support more widespread replacement. It is anticipated that councils will need to regularly engage external contractors to support these programmes where the council has no direct workforce who can meet the demands, or to supplement councils direct workforce in order to complete the volume of work required to accomplish this transformation of Scotland's lighting asset base. This framework is intended to provide an efficient method of engaging external contractors to provide works required across Councils to meet the demanding needs of their LED replacement programmes.

Strategic Review of Street Lighting — LED Retrofit.

Renfrewshire Council | Published August 1, 2015
cpvs
31712341, 51110000, 45316110, 34928500, 34928510, 31500000, 31520000, 31521000

Renfrewshire Council is currently reviewing an opportunity to upgrade all street lighting to retrofit LED lanterns which will have a 62 % reduction on energy consumption/bills and a reduction on the new charge of carbon tax. The Council currently owns 31 000 street lights in its infrastructure which requires maintenance and repairs to meet its statutory obligations. The street lighting infrastructure is essential in maintaining social well being keeping our road network safe and alleviating the fear of crime. The project may involve replacing the 31 000 lanterns on street lighting columns with new LED lanterns and also replacement of 1 356 lighting columns within a 12 month period.

Street Lighting Bulk Renewal of Luminaires

Scotland Excel | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
cpvs
50232100, 45316110

A high percentage of councils have plans to replace a substantial percentage of their traditional street lighting assets with energy efficient lighting, primarily LED lanterns, over the next 4 years and beyond. Based on current forecasts, it is anticipated that collectively councils will replace approximately 50 % of the traditional street lighting lanterns in Scotland with energy efficient LED lanterns in this period and possibly in excess of this if business cases support more widespread replacement. It is anticipated that councils will need to regularly engage external contractors to support these programmes where the council has no direct workforce who can meet the demands, or to supplement councils direct workforce in order to complete the volume of work required to accomplish this transformation of Scotland's lighting asset base.

This framework is intended to provide an efficient method of engaging external contractors to provide works required across Councils to meet the demanding needs of their LED replacement programmes.

Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required.

To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code 4863 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the drop-down. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area.

For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf

If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Street Lighting Bulk Renewal of Luminaires

Scotland Excel | Published March 31, 2016
cpvs
50232100, 45316110

A high percentage of councils have plans to replace a substantial percentage of their traditional street lighting assets with energy efficient lighting, primarily LED lanterns, over the next 4 years and beyond. Based on current forecasts, it is anticipated that collectively councils will replace approximately 50 % of the traditional street lighting lanterns in Scotland with energy efficient LED lanterns in this period and possibly in excess of this if business cases support more widespread replacement. It is anticipated that councils will need to regularly engage external contractors to support these programmes where the council has no direct workforce who can meet the demands, or to supplement councils direct workforce in order to complete the volume of work required to accomplish this transformation of Scotland's lighting asset base.

This framework is intended to provide an efficient method of engaging external contractors to provide works required across Councils to meet the demanding needs of their LED replacement programmes.

Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required.

To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code 4863 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the drop-down. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area.

For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf

If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Strategic Review of Street Lighting - LED Retrofit

Renfrewshire Council | Published July 27, 2015
cpvs
31712341, 51110000, 45316110, 34928500, 34928510, 31500000, 31520000, 31521000

Renfrewshire Council is currently reviewing an opportunity to upgrade all street lighting to retrofit LED lanterns which will have a 62% reduction on energy consumption/bills and a reduction on the new charge of Carbon tax. The Council currently owns 31,000 street lights in its infrastructure which requires maintenance and repairs to meet its statutory obligations. The street lighting infrastructure is essential in maintaining social wellbeing, keeping our road network safe and alleviating the fear of crime. The project may involve replacing the 31,000 lanterns on street lighting columns with new LED lanterns and also replacement of 1,356 lighting columns within a 12 month period. CPV: 31712341, 51110000, 45316110, 34928500, 34928510, 31500000, 31520000, 31521000.

Families First Core Teams and Independent Sector Partnership - 3 Localities

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
cpvs
171000, 171010, 171011, 179999, 321000, 321100, 329999

In March 2013 Renfrewshire Council adopted the Early Years Strategy- Families First initiative - to provide additional support for families in target areas to address the issues that impact on children’s development. The Families First initiative was developed in three distinct strands, with one of the strands aiming to ensure a family centred ‘core team’ approach in the identified areas of Linwood and Ferguslie Park. Through the establishment of teams of core workers in the identified neighbourhoods the teams direct their efforts on the identification and development of relationships with vulnerable and disadvantaged families, provide support in parenting, homemaking and health and well-being advice and support and help families to access services. The aim is to provide local families with co-ordinated, flexible support that is sustainable and complements the work of the Families First Core Teams within the specified localities. The Families First core team model in each locality consists of: - locality manager - coordinator - key workers - well-being worker - Income advisor - energy advice workers The core team model in Linwood and Ferguslie was enhanced through working in partnership. Renfrewshire Council has allocated monies from the Tackling Poverty fund to extend the successful and innovative Families First Core Team approach into three new localities of Johnstone, Gallowhill and Foxbar. The Council intends to create a contract with providers from the Independent sector to work in partnership with the Families First Core teams to provide support to children and families.

Oil & Gas Transition Training Fund

The Skills Development Scotland Co. Limited | Published February 14, 2017
Winner
Tullos Training Ltd
cpvs

Scotland is one of the world’s energy hubs, and the sector is a vitally important part of the Scottish Economy, historically accounting for a quarter of all output. History demonstrates that energy investment levels can be cyclical, however to keep pace with our potential, we must continue developing our talent and skills ensuring Scotland has the capacity to deliver the qualified workforce the industry needs. A significant risk from the recent decline in activity and employment opportunities in the North Sea sector is the loss of human capital. Without skills and knowledge, the sector will be compromised in its ability to efficiently respond to positive market conditions and investment opportunities which will materialise when the oil price begins to recover. Bids are invited by Skills Development Scotland “SDS” from organisations whose primary focus is delivering sectoral skills activities, to increase availability of transition training courses to support oil & gas individuals affected by the sectors downturn who wish to enter and gain employment in related and alternative sectors.

Families First Core Teams & Independent Sector Partnership - Linwood & Ferguslie

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
cpvs
171000, 171010, 171011, 179999, 321000, 321100

In March 2013 Renfrewshire Council adopted the Early Years Strategy- Families First initiative - to provide additional support for families in target areas to address the issues that impact on children’s development. The Families First initiative was developed in three distinct strands, with one of the strands aiming to ensure a family centred ‘core team’ approach in the identified areas of Linwood and Ferguslie Park. Through the establishment of teams of core workers in the identified neighbourhoods the teams direct their efforts on the identification and development of relationships with vulnerable and disadvantaged families, provide support in parenting, homemaking and health and well-being advice and support and help families to access services. The Service currently provides local families with co-ordinated, flexible support that is sustainable and complements the work of the Families First Core Teams within the specified localities. The Families First core team model in each locality consists of: - locality manager - coordinator - key workers - well-being worker - Income advisor - energy advice workers The core team model in Linwood and Ferguslie was enhanced through working in partnership. Renfrewshire Council has allocated monies from the Tackling Poverty fund to extend the successful and innovative Families First Core Team approach within Linwood and Ferguslie for a period of 1 year with the option to extend for a further one year period. The Council intends to create a contract with providers from the Independent sector to work in partnership with the Families First Core teams to provide support to children and families.
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