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Identifying and Understanding Those Factors that can Transform the Retail Environment to Enable Heal

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) | Published August 31, 2016
Winner
Institute For Retail Studies
cpvs
191500

Identifying and Understanding Those Factors that can Transform the Retail Environment to Enable Heal

Identifying and Understanding Those Factors that can Transform the Retail Environment to Enable Heal

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) | Published June 21, 2016
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191500

Identifying and Understanding Those Factors that can Transform the Retail Environment to Enable Heal

Accommodation, building and window cleaning services

Langstane Housing Association Ltd. | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
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90911000

Langstane Housing Association Ltd. has a requirement to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to provide a common area and stair cleaning service for its residents across its property portfolio in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray providing a clean, tidy and pleasant environment for tenants and residents to live in.

Langstane Housing Association has a requirement to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to provide a common area and stair cleaning service for its residents across its property portfolio in Aberdeenshire providing a clean, tidy and pleasant environment for tenants and residents to live in.

Langstane Housing Association has a requirement to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to provide a common area and stair cleaning service for its residents across its property portfolio in Moray providing a clean, tidy and pleasant environment for tenants and residents to live in.

Langstane Housing Association has a requirement to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to provide a common area and stair cleaning service for its residents across its property portfolio in Aberdeen City providing a clean, tidy and pleasant environment for tenants and residents to live in.

Acoustic devices

Scottish Government | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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32342400

The Scottish Ministers wish to purchase a maximum of 750 acoustic, coded ID transmitters, and a maximum of 256 depth/ temperature coded acoustic transmitters operating at 69kHz. The principle requirement of the acoustic transmitters will be for the automatic tracking of salmon in the marine environment.

UK-Aberdeen: The Music Hall, Appointment of Main Contractor

Aberdeen Performing Arts | Published November 30, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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45200000

Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) intends to appoint a contractor for the redevelopment of The Music Hall, Aberdeen. The aim is to create a more accessible, integrated, inclusive, cohesive and dynamic environment and experience for customers, clients, artists and employees. The Form of Contract will be Scottish Building Contract With Approximate Quantities For Use in Scotland; November 2011 with amendments and contractor designed portions. CPV: 45200000.

The Provision of a Throughcare Service

Aberdeen City Council | Published October 15, 2015
Winner
Action For Children
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321100

The overall requirement of this Contract is provision of a throughcare service in order that Young People in Aberdeen City are placed within a Care Home Service which has been assessed and approved by the Council to provide a secure, warm, safe, and supportive environment in which Young People can develop in all aspects of their lives. The Service Provider shall provide general care for ten (10) Young People, to include the provision of appropriate accommodation and staff intervention as identified by the Council and agreed in writing within the Care Plan. Further information available in the enclosed ITT documents.

Analysers

University of Aberdeen | Published February 21, 2017
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38434000, 34144000

University of Aberdeen soil biogeochemistry lab requires a mobile isotope-ratio trace gas analysis facility which can be deployed in the natural environment, including remote locations with no power supply, to make continuous measurements of fluxes of N2O and their isotopologues, and fluxes of NH3. The vehicle should be out-fitted to make provision for inclusion of bench-top and rack-mounted analysers for measurement of concentrations of CO2 and CH4 derived from gases or from combustion of solid samples, and their 13C:12C ratios (see separate tender specification for this equipment). It should be mains powered with benching, include a fridge and sink, wi-fi access and be capable of capturing key climatic variables. The N2O and NH3 analysers should be rack-mounted but capable of being removed, and also be able to be fully integrated into commercially available automated soil gas chambers to permit regular measurements of greenhouse gases at different locations.

University of Aberdeen soil biogeochemistry lab requires a mobile isotope-ratio trace gas analysis facility which can be deployed in the natural environment in a variety of settings, including in remote locations with no power supply, to make continuous measurements of the fluxes of N2O and their isotopologues, and fluxes of NH3. The vehicle should be out-fitted to make provision for inclusion of additional bench-top and rack-mounted analysers for measurement of concentrations of CO2 and CH4 derived from gases or from combustion of solid samples, and their 13C:12C ratios (see separate tender specification for this equipment). It should be mains powered with benching, include a fridge and sink, have wi-fi access and be capable of capturing key climatic variables. The N2O and NH3 analysers should be rack-mounted but capable of being removed, and should also be able to be fully integrated into commercially available automated soil gas chambers to permit regular measurements of greenhouse gases at different locations.

Analysers

University of Aberdeen | Published August 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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University of Aberdeen soil biogeochemistry lab requires a mobile isotope-ratio trace gas analysis facility which can be deployed in the natural environment, including remote locations with no power supply, to make continuous measurements of fluxes of N2O and their isotopologues, and fluxes of NH3. The vehicle should be out-fitted to make provision for inclusion of bench-top and rack-mounted analysers for measurement of concentrations of CO2 and CH4 derived from gases or from combustion of solid samples, and their 13C:12C ratios (see separate tender specification for this equipment). It should be mains powered with benching, include a fridge and sink, wi-fi access and be capable of capturing key climatic variables. The N2O and NH3 analysers should be rack-mounted but capable of being removed, and also be able to be fully integrated into commercially available automated soil gas chambers to permit regular measurements of greenhouse gases at different locations.

UK-Aberdeen: the Music Hall, Appointment of Main Contractor.

Aberdeen Performing Arts | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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45200000

Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) intends to appoint a contractor for the redevelopment of The Music Hall, Aberdeen. The aim is to create a more accessible, integrated, inclusive, cohesive and dynamic environment and experience for customers, clients, artists and employees. The Form of Contract will be Scottish Building Contract With Approximate Quantities For Use in Scotland; November 2011 with amendments and contractor designed portions. Note: to register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=412653 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

CW-B-003 Ladies Bridge Replacement

Aberdeenshire Council | Published March 9, 2015
Winner
Cts Bridges Ltd
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399999

The Contracted Works is for the design, fabrication, delivery and installation of a replacement hardwood timber seven span footbridge, with a total length of 54m and a maximum single span of 9.6m, at Cruden Bay. The proposed footbridge shall be a 'like for like' replacement of an existing structure, maintaining several aesthetically key elements whilst at the same time being constructed to modern regulations. The structure shall be designed to current Eurocodes, with a Design Life of 60years, with 15years to the first maintenace. The bridge shall be 1.5m wide between parapets with a parapet height of 1.1m. The bridge shall be constructed from a FSC approved hardwood, with the preferred option being Ekki for this marine environment; alternative timber may be approved with the Overseeing Organisation. Along with the bridge, a set of access steps and a single 2.8m wide timber gate, to match the parapet, will be required. All ancillary works shall be carried out by another contractor, including demolition and provision of access to the beach.

Active Sonar Systems - Variation to Contract

Scottish Government | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Tritech International Ltd
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Marine Scotland wish to purchase two active sonar systems. The attached cables of the active sonar systems required further strengthening due to the environment they were working in. Accordingly, the contract has been varied to take account of this amendment in the specification.

Provision roads maintenance and repair system

Aberdeenshire Council | Published February 22, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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48900000, 48771000, 48444100, 48430000, 48331000

The Roads & Landscape sector of Aberdeenshire Council’s Infrastructure Services currently operates two costing systems to control and manage all resources deployed to maintain and improve:
-The road network,
-Other council assets managed by the sector,
-Grounds and landscaped areas within the council’s boundaries.
One system records time, vehicles & plant, materials, goods and services incurred by the “contracting” arms of the organisation i.e. work carried out and managed by council operatives. These “Trading Accounts” (Highways and Grounds) are credited with income from their “customers” which may be our own sector (Roads and Landscape), other sectors of Infrastructure Services, other services of the council and external parties.
The other system records total expenditure incurred by the sector on network management, routine maintenance and improvement of Roads, Structures, Harbours, Coast Protection, Flood Prevention, Winter Maintenance and Other Emergencies. Costs include staff time, works undertaken by the internal workforce (see above) and works, goods and services commissioned from external suppliers.
The operation of the two current system results in duplication of input and neither system provides the desired level of performance or features now needed to manage all resources in the current environment and are not considered capable of responding to any changing future requirements.
CPV: 48900000, 48771000, 48444100, 48430000, 48331000.

Aberdeen in Colour: Lighting Strategy & Implementation Plan

Aberdeen City Council | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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Aberdeen City Council requires a comprehensive and creative lighting strategy that identifies proposals to enhance night time safety and improve the vibrancy and attractiveness of the city centre environment at all times of day. The Council therefore invites tenders for the preparation of a comprehensive lighting strategy to bring forward imaginative and innovative proposals that transform the city centre. Full details are provided within the attached documents.

Provision roads maintenance and repair system.

Aberdeenshire Council | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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48900000, 48771000, 48444100, 48430000, 48331000

The Roads and Landscape sector of Aberdeenshire Council's Infrastructure Services currently operates two costing systems to control and manage all resources deployed to maintain and improve:

— The road network,

— Other council assets managed by the sector,

— Grounds and landscaped areas within the council's boundaries.

One system records time, vehicles and plant, materials, goods and services incurred by the ‘contracting’ arms of the organisation i.e. work carried out and managed by council operatives. These ‘Trading Accounts’ (Highways and Grounds) are credited with income from their ‘customers’ which may be our own sector (Roads and Landscape), other sectors of Infrastructure Services, other services of the council and external parties.

The other system records total expenditure incurred by the sector on network management, routine maintenance and improvement of Roads, Structures, Harbours, Coast Protection, Flood Prevention, Winter Maintenance and Other Emergencies. Costs include staff time, works undertaken by the internal workforce (see above) and works, goods and services commissioned from external suppliers.

The operation of the two current system results in duplication of input and neither system provides the desired level of performance or features now needed to manage all resources in the current environment and are not considered capable of responding to any changing future requirements.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=433359

The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx

Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Provision roads maintenance and repair system.

Aberdeenshire Council | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 28, 2016
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48900000, 48771000, 48444100, 48430000, 48331000

The Roads and Landscape sector of Aberdeenshire Council's Infrastructure Services currently operates two costing systems to control and manage all resources deployed to maintain and improve:

— The road network,

— Other council assets managed by the sector,

— Grounds and landscaped areas within the council's boundaries.

One system records time, vehicles and plant, materials, goods and services incurred by the ‘contracting’ arms of the organisation i.e. work carried out and managed by council operatives. These ‘Trading Accounts’ (Highways and Grounds) are credited with income from their ‘customers’ which may be our own sector (Roads and Landscape), other sectors of Infrastructure Services, other services of the council and external parties.

The other system records total expenditure incurred by the sector on network management, routine maintenance and improvement of Roads, Structures, Harbours, Coast Protection, Flood Prevention, Winter Maintenance and Other Emergencies. Costs include staff time, works undertaken by the internal workforce (see above) and works, goods and services commissioned from external suppliers.

The operation of the two current system results in duplication of input and neither system provides the desired level of performance or features now needed to manage all resources in the current environment and are not considered capable of responding to any changing future requirements.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=433359

The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx

Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Specialist Services and Sustainable Living Options for Adults with Complex Needs

Aberdeenshire Council | Published March 11, 2016
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85320000

Aberdeenshire Council (the Council) has identified the need for purpose built accommodation for individuals with complex needs and behaviours that can challenge services.The purpose of this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an early notification to the market of the Council’s possible intention to publish an invitation to tender for specialist supported living service provision in 2016/2017. This is not a call for competition. As part of market testing the Council is seeking expressions of interest from providers with experience of delivering specialist services to adults with complex needs in supported accommodation that are interested in working in partnership with the Council to design and develop an innovative care and accommodation solution in Aberdeenshire.The Council is developing an asset and resource management strategy for Aberdeenshire. The proposed service development will share a five hectare site with existing Council operated services. Initial pre-planning application work has commenced; a full application to Planning will be undertaken in partnership subsequent to the award of a future contract notice for the provision of the care and support service.The Council is interested in attracting expressions of interest from support providers seeking to develop capital portfolios or support providers with existing landlord partners that are able to identify flexible and sustainable supported housing options. These may include those able to promote access to accommodation within modular construction systems that are able to be moved and/or reconfigured to offer flexibility over the lifespan in order to be responsive to changes in demand, service user requirements and local sector labour markets.It is anticipated that a phased development of the site will expand the capacity of the service over time from 4-6 units to 10-12 units with staff accommodation and outdoor activity space. Development of the site will require to be sensitive to existing users, the local community and the environment. The Council is interested in engaging with providers committed to collaborative working that delivers community benefits and those that are able to respond to procurement not just in terms of the value for money triangle of cost, quality and sustainability, but also to deliver economic and social benefits.The specialist service provision will be provided to an identified group of individuals with behaviours that challenge services and for whom the service type and model is assessed as required. This includes individuals with autism spectrum disorders currently supported out of area in hospital and residential care settings; adults with acquired brain injuries and adults with forensic histories currently detained in hospital settings. The support model will offer high intensity support services that enable the service users to live as independently as possible in accommodation and with support that complies with national care standards, regulations and best practice.

Specialist Services and Sustainable Living Options for Adults with Complex Needs.

Aberdeenshire Council | Published March 15, 2016
cpvs
85320000

Aberdeenshire Council (the Council) has identified the need for purpose built accommodation for individuals with complex needs and behaviours that can challenge services.

The purpose of this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an early notification to the market of the Council's possible intention to publish an invitation to tender for specialist supported living service provision in 2016/2017. This is not a call for competition. As part of market testing the Council is seeking expressions of interest from providers with experience of delivering specialist services to adults with complex needs in supported accommodation that are interested in working in partnership with the Council to design and develop an innovative care and accommodation solution in Aberdeenshire.

The Council is developing an asset and resource management strategy for Aberdeenshire. The proposed service development will share a 5 hectare site with existing Council operated services. Initial pre-planning application work has commenced; a full application to Planning will be undertaken in partnership subsequent to the award of a future contract notice for the provision of the care and support service.

The Council is interested in attracting expressions of interest from support providers seeking to develop capital portfolios or support providers with existing landlord partners that are able to identify flexible and sustainable supported housing options. These may include those able to promote access to accommodation within modular construction systems that are able to be moved and/or reconfigured to offer flexibility over the lifespan in order to be responsive to changes in demand, service user requirements and local sector labour markets.

It is anticipated that a phased development of the site will expand the capacity of the service over time from 4-6 units to 10-12 units with staff accommodation and outdoor activity space. Development of the site will require to be sensitive to existing users, the local community and the environment. The Council is interested in engaging with providers committed to collaborative working that delivers community benefits and those that are able to respond to procurement not just in terms of the value for money triangle of cost, quality and sustainability, but also to deliver economic and social benefits.

The specialist service provision will be provided to an identified group of individuals with behaviours that challenge services and for whom the service type and model is assessed as required. This includes individuals with autism spectrum disorders currently supported out of area in hospital and residential care settings; adults with acquired brain injuries and adults with forensic histories currently detained in hospital settings. The support model will offer high intensity support services that enable the service users to live as independently as possible in accommodation and with support that complies with national care standards, regulations and best practice.

Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=435805

FSS Diet Big Number Research

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) | Published March 6, 2017
Winner
University Of Aberdeen
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EXTRACT FROM ITT DOCUMENT ATTACHED FSS wishes to commission research to produce a systematic review (including assessing strength and identifying gaps), documentation and critique of the evidence on: 1. the direct and indirect economic¿ costs of overweight obesity and diet related (non-communicable) disease in Scotland; 2. the cost effectiveness of measures to reduce overweight, obesity and diet related (non-communicable) disease. Background The economic interactions between the various key elements of food policy across all of Scottish Government’s interests and the wider ‘food economy’ is not well enough understood to enable policy-makers to assess the potential tensions and synergies involved when policies are being proposed in one area which could impact on outcomes in other areas. Currently identifiable food policy cross impacts include those between economic growth (relating to the food and drink sector), diet related health, environmental sustainability (including food waste), social justice (particularly availability and affordability of a healthy diet) and public sector food provision. There are apparent synergies between policy aims relating to environmental sustainability and health (e.g. the shift in balance towards a greater plant-based diet). However, the cross-impacts between the economic interests of food industry and some of the aims of dietary health policy (in terms of reducing and rebalancing overall consumption) are less clear. The FSS Situation report highlights the nature and extent of the change required to move towards meeting the Scottish Dietary Goals (SDGs). The SDGs which have been recently revised set out the key dietary outcomes required to improve dietary intakes and health outcomes for the Scottish population . Available evidence shows there has been little or no progress towards meeting these population level dietary goals since 2000. Data also shows that this lack of progress is reflected across all socio-economic groups. However, the problem is generally worse in those who are most deprived. This project will be used to support work by FSS to improve the Scottish diet . In January 2016, the FSS Board agreed a suite of proposals ( to change consumer behaviour and the food and drink environment) for improving the Scottish diet to reduce the burden of overweight, obesity and other diet related (non-communicable) diseases in Scotland. Evidence of measures required to improve diet across the UK were also reviewed in the McKinsey Global Institute report, providing an initial economic analysis in relation to overcoming obesity . The recent Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk factors Study (GBD) 2015, provides methodology, using data from 129 countries (including Scotland), which contains comparative risk assessments including those attributable for 14 dietary factors . The National Burden of Disease, Injuries and Risk Factors Study in Scotland was initially a two year project funded by the Scottish Chief Scientist Office, which has now been extended until the end of 2016. The study is to consider the current methods from the GBD project and assess their application and validity in Scotland. The project will report its findings in January 2017. Health data for Scotland can be found within the Scottish Health Survey and the Preventing Obesity Route map. Examples of how direct costs (NHS; costs for loss of earnings and other expenses); and indirect costs (pain, grief and suffering) public health costs and socio-economic modelling have been used in Scotland for asthma (Edinburgh Centre for population health ), diabetes (the Glasgow centre for population health ) and health inequalities (NHS health Scotland ). This project needs to bring together the evidence (including any evidence gaps) to determine the direct costs (NHS; costs for loss of earnings and other expenses); and indirect costs (pain, grief and suffering) of overweight, obesity and diet-related (non-communic

Provision of Clean Room Clothing

NHS Grampian | Published September 3, 2015
Winner
Fenland Laundries Ltd
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141100, 149999, 311600, 319999

NHS Grampian (the Authority) has a requirement for the provision of sterile and non-sterile clothing for use within the clean room environments in our Pharmacy departments. There are three aseptic facilities within the Pharmacy department that exist to prepare sterile, injectable medicines. Due to the nature of this provision we are required to meet specific ISO/EU GMP standards to minimise microbiological and particulate contamination.

Environmental engineering consultancy services

Aberdeenshire Council | Published October 12, 2016  -  Deadline November 7, 2016
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71313000

Aden Country Park Restoration and Redevelopment Heritage Lottery Fund ‘Parks for People’ Project.
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