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BEE Anglia Communications Strategy and Branding

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016

BEE Anglia (Business Energy Efficiency Anglia) is a three year project promoting energy efficiency measures in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises across Norfolk and Suffolk. The project aims to impact a large number of businesses directly, and to have a wider impact on the business culture in New Anglia. We require a firm to support us deliver the correct communications strategy and branding to ensure we achieve our ambitious project targets. Suffolk County Council is the project lead, and will be coordinating the marketing strategy with input from the other partners (Groundwork, Norfolk County Council and NWES).

GB-Ipswich: Lighting and Surface Drainage for UCS car park

University Campus Suffolk | Published February 17, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016

UCS seeks expressions of interest from suitable companies for the supply, installation and commissioning of surface water drainage and external lighting to the main car park. The works will consist of the revision and repair of existing drainage runs, proposed drainage runs flow to control/catchpit and the installation of attenuation and a petrol interceptor and the supply and install of galvanised lamp posts, underground ducts with cabling and low energy lighting i.e. LED The anticipated period for the supply and works on site will be June/July 2016 with possible pre-installation consultation however; the anticipated dates will be confirmed in the invitation to tender.

GB-Watford: Energy Retail Market Consultancy Services

Watford Borough Council | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2016

To obtain qualitative and quantitative data of the key decision-making variables to evaluate the most suitable energy supply model for the Council.

HBC - Project Management and Professional Services at Newberries Car Park

any of the projects listed on the portal | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 10, 2016

Hertsmere Borough Council is inviting tenders from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to Project Manage the construction of a new retail outlet and hotel on the site of Newberries Car Park in Watling Street Radlett The Contract will be the JCT 2011 Design and Build Contract. Due to the nature of the requirements of the retailer and hotel operator these portions of the contract will need to be very heavily designed. The value of the construction is estimated at around £8.5million The successful Consultant will supply the following services: 1) Overall Project Management /Clients Agent 2) Drafting and submission of planning application including all professional services to facilitate this submission to include though not exhaustive a) architecture design and access b) transport assessment and travel plan c) flood risk assessment and surface water management d) acoustic statement and baseline noise survey e) energy and sustainability assessments f) contamination land and geotechnical Investigation g) tree survey h) town centre impact assessment i) ecological survey and reports j) foul drainage assessments 3) All professional (building) services including: a) Architectural b) Planning Services c) Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer ( d) Structural Engineer e) Principal Designer Services (CDM 2015 Regulations) g) Clerk of Works Services h) Quantity Surveyor i) Budget Monitoring and Management (including authorities to pay)

Tender for the Provisioning of a Central Management System for Luminaires

Southend-On-Sea Borough Council | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015

The aim of this tender exercise is to procure a Provider of a Central Management System (CMS) to ensure that the Council is able to maximise the potential energy savings in relation to street lighting in over 14 000 luminaires. This contract continues the good work started by the Council through the upgrading of Luminaires to LED and the replacement of street lighting columns thereby enabling the Council to realise further savings in relation to energy costs and a continuing reduction in CO2 emissions. The Council does not seek to be prescriptive about the configuration of the CMS, leaving this up to the expertise of the market. This in turn should result in a highly competitive process open to as many organisations as possible. However, the Tenderers will be required to detail how they will achieve the desired outputs of the Specification within their Tender Response as part of the Technical Questionnaire. In parallel to the growth of the population, the Council is looking to grow both the level of investment and use of technology in the Borough. This procurement is looked upon as significant in this area of development; not least of all because of the positive impact it could have towards the aspirations of the Southend-on-Sea to enjoy a ‘Smart Cities’ status. The Council is a member of the EU Smart Cities European Innovation Partnership. As such, the Council is keen to make traditional infrastructures and networks more efficient through better planning and coordinated approaches where possible; with a goal of linking and upgrading infrastructures, technologies and services within the borough (transport, buildings, energy and ICT) in a smart way that will improve the quality of life, competitiveness and sustainability of Southend. Although the Tender's primary focus is the implementation of a CMS to result in further energy savings, it is strongly believed that the equipment installed as part of the CMS will bring a significant level of added value, and possible revenue generation, to enable lighting columns to deliver some smart characteristics/features either by the Council or interested Third Parties. These may include but may not be limited to the added functionality to install and control Environmental and Traffic Sensors, CCTV and Digital Signage. At the very least, the Council believes that the potential functionality made possible by the equipment procured by the Council for its CMS maybe used to increase the efficiency and joint working between the Council's services areas, which traditionally have been provisioned in isolation. The Council would advise all Tenderers that the possible additional functionality delivered as part of the Contract in the future will not be permitted to have a negative impact on the provisioned CMS Capabilities of the Council. Tender Documents can be accessed via:

Fuel Poverty, Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving Stock Survey

Southend-On-Sea Borough Council | Published November 12, 2015

Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency are linked to Health Impacts in the vulnerable of society. These conditions are linked to the age, condition and energy efficiency of a dwelling as well as its occupation. Southend on Sea Borough Council is seeking to procure a survey that will provide a database that will enable it to identify individual properties by key characteristics such as the property tenure, age and type, the energy efficiency including wall construction, fuel type and potential for other energy efficiency measures including renewable energy as well as availability of other funding such as the Energy Company Obligation, the risk of Excess Cold and other Category One Hazards and the Energy Performance Certificate banding. The database will use information to identify address level installations data, through resources such as HEED or similar, use modelling to extrapolate conditions, link to UPRN to allow for linking to existing data sets held by the Council and also alow for web access to the database. The Council wish the database that is produced to be updated on a cyclical basis over 5 years and for the data to be exportable to other software and mapping systems including GIS.

Project 1404 - Replacement of 2No existing Alimak Lifts with 2 No MRL Passenger Traction Lifts at Pier Hill Lifts

Southend-On-Sea Borough Council | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
D & C Lifts Ltd

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council requires a fully qualified lift contractor to replace the 2 no existing Alimak lifts, at Pier Hill, with MRL Passenger Traction Lifts. The works will involve: • Bespoke MRL design to maximise lift car size • Robust equipment • High quality equipment suitable for high usage • Energy efficient • Vandal resistant design • Water/damp resistant to suit Semi exposed conditions (IP54 rated) • Includes structural engineering design • Open protocol essential • Established maintenance provision in local area Comprehensive drawings and specifications will be issued to contractors and the works will be carried out under The Institution of Mechanical Engineers/The Institution of Electrical Engineers Model Form of Contracts MF/1(Rev. 5) Contractors must be a member of the LEIA or equivalent. The returned tenders will be considered against an evaluation ratio of 80% price and 20% for quality. Please submit your request to tender no later than 12 noon on 25th November 2015. We anticipate the tender documents will be issued on the same day with a return of 16th December 2015. Please submit your requires to tender, quoting Project no. 1404, with your full contact details including e-mail address to

2838_15 Renewable Energy Solutions (Microgeneration)

Espo | Published April 7, 2015

ESPO intends to establish, by means of a competitive tender exercise, a national framework for the renewable energy solutions (microgeneration). Please see the Additional text section for information about Lots. Any leasing options (such as ‘Rent a Roof’) have been ruled out of scope for this framework. The framework will be for a 2-year period commencing with the option to extend for further 2 years. We are considering arranging a bidder’s day for this requirement. By registering your interest with this PIN we will be providing you with further details in due course. As a Central Purchasing Body as defined by the EU Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU, the Framework Agreement is open for use by the following classifications of user throughout all administrative regions of the UK: Local Authority Councils; Educational Establishments (including Academies); Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies; Police, Fire & Rescue and Coastguard Emergency Services; NHS and HSC Bodies, including Ambulance Services; Registered Charities; Registered Social Landlords; Any Public Body established by or under the Scotland Act 1998 or any Act of the Scottish Parliament. Full details of the classification of end user establishments and geographical areas is available on: An eAuction process may be used to award subsequent call off contracts following the reopening of competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement. In order to express an interest in in tendering for this future opportunity at the relevant time and/or requesting any further information, please see details below and please ensure you refer to instructions and guidance available: (a) Go to, (b) If you are not already registered) Register your company by selecting the ‘Register’ box on the top of the home page, (c) Once registered visit the home page and search for the tender ‘2838_15 Renewable Energy Solutions (Microgeneration)’ by selecting ‘View Opportunities’, (d) Express an interest by selecting the ‘Register Interest’ box at the bottom of the screen. You should receive a notification email confirming your expression of interest, (e) Once fully registered, you should download the tender when it becomes available, (f) If you have any query regarding the content or require further information, please use the discussion tools provided within the website. If you experience any problems with registration or expression of interest, please refer any queries on Portal operation to or telephone +44 1670597136.

Suffolk Property Maintenance Framework

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015

Provision of Property Maintenance Services within Suffolk which includes Responsive, Planned, Planned Preventative Maintenance, Significant Mechanical and Electrical works and Energy Efficency works within the two Lots North East Lot 1 and South West Lot 2

Zostera BNNC EMS Lindisfarne: Nutrient Analyses

Natural England | Published February 18, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015

The project aims to chemical analyse collected samples of Zostera spp. (eelgrass) to ascertain their energy nutrient content, and hence food quality for bird (and other species) on the Lindisfarne SPA.

DFT T-TEAR Lot 2 Framework: 547402 - Renewable Energy Noise Barriers

Highways Agency | Published December 12, 2014
Arup / URS 13 Fitzroy Street, London, W1T 4BQ
73000000, 71530000, 71400000, 71311300, 71311210, 71311200, 71311000

Design for noise barriers which mitigate road traffic noise, incorporate infrastructure for energy generation, and demonstrating a route to market for their solution.

Utilities and Energy Management Service

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk | Published November 5, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
65000000, 65100000, 65200000, 65300000, 65400000, 65500000

The Commissioner has operational and support sites, the majority of which are freehold, communication mast sites and shared premises spread throughout Norfolk and Suffolk. It is envisaged that the number and location of these sites will change over the term of this contract. The key objectives are to ensure Continuity of supply, Best value, support effective energy and water managemen, Legislative compliance and Benchmarking support against other Police Estates
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