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BS-02206 - Virtual Learning Environment Platform and Content

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published July 9, 2014  -  Deadline August 8, 2014
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28102100, 28102200

BS-02206 - Virtual Learning Environment Platform and Content

Transmission electron microscope.

University of Sussex | Published June 2, 2015
Winner
JEOL (UK) Ltd
cpvs
38511200

The University of Sussex was seeking tenders for the supply, delivery, installation and commissioning of a Transmission Electron Microscope required required by the School of Life Sciences at the University of Sussex. Description: We were seeking to purchase a new transmission electron microscope (TEM), suitable for a multi-user environment of biological researchers. These latters' requirements would encompass imaging of thin sections, particulate samples and for entry level (at the least) single particle studies. The TEM should come with all the necessary computational provision and High quality digital imaging provision (including real time) and a water chiller are required.

A Managed Service for Community Alarm, Telecare & Response Services

 | Published July 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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85000000

The London Borough of Bromley (“the Council”) is inviting tenders from suitably experienced and skilled organisations for the provision of a Managed Service for Community Alarm, Telecare and Response Services to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and which will include supply, installation, maintenance, monitoring and response services. Community alarm, Telecare and Response services help vulnerable people to live at home for longer in a safe and reassuring environment with the knowledge they can access support and assistance if and when they require it. Contractors reading this on Contracts Finder should ensure they read the full OJEU Notice on Tenders Electronic Daily or via the link on the Contracts Finder Notice to see the full scope of this procurement and instructions on how to participate.

Online Distance Learning Partner

University of Sussex | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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80430000

The University of Sussex wishes to enter into a collaborative partnership for the provision of on-line distance learning in order to develop new student markets, both nationally and internationally. The proposed offering would allow international students to obtain a UK validated degree from a prestigious university without the expense of living and studying in the UK. Our intention is that the courses provided will be based on a distinct and innovative product, focus on postgraduate awards, and draw upon the University's research strengths. The Sussex offer will be aimed at the professional market and will be initially based on part-time masters' degrees which run across 2 years.

We are seeking to appoint a provider with whom we will enter into a commercial partnership to deliver a first class ‘University of Sussex’ product. This will be achieved by working with us to develop a service delivery model that will include marketing and brand positioning, student recruitment, admissions management, provision of and ongoing support of a Virtual Learning Environment, academic support, project management and ongoing administration.

It is envisaged that following a Competitive Dialogue process that the University will enter into a long term partnership with the successful bidder.

Online Distance Learning Partner

University of Sussex | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
80430000

The University of Sussex wishes to enter into a collaborative partnership for the provision of on-line distance learning in order to develop new student markets, both nationally and internationally. The proposed offering would allow international students to obtain a UK validated degree from a prestigious university without the expense of living and studying in the UK. Our intention is that the courses provided will be based on a distinct and innovative product, focus on postgraduate awards, and draw upon the University's research strengths. The Sussex offer will be aimed at the professional market and will be initially based on part-time masters' degrees which run across 2 years.

We are seeking to appoint a provider with whom we will enter into a commercial partnership to deliver a first class ‘University of Sussex’ product. This will be achieved by working with us to develop a service delivery model that will include marketing and brand positioning, student recruitment, admissions management, provision of and ongoing support of a Virtual Learning Environment, academic support, project management and ongoing administration.

It is envisaged that following a Competitive Dialogue process that the University will enter into a long term partnership with the successful bidder.

Technical Equipment for Theatre and Teaching support systems in The Attenborough Centre of Creative Arts (ACCA).

University of Sussex | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Stage Electrics
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31000000, 32000000, 45212300

The University of Sussex are seeking a partner to design, supply, install and commission performance and educational technical systems in a professional standard flexible theatre, 3 smaller performance studios and various interconnected spaces in the newly refurbished grade 2* listed ACCA building. Tenderer's design must support a wide variety of performance styles, educational uses, international companies and integrate with both the existing systems and the listed buildings fabric. The University would welcome experienced SME's in providing this type of work to form a consortium to deliver and coordinate their solution. The University is looking to invest in educational, theatrical and performance systems to ensure that the building as a whole, and individual spaces within it, provide a flexible and professional environment which will support a wide range of uses. There are 7 key spaces within the Centre: — 3 circular towers (Towers 1, 2 and 3), — a meeting room, — a studio, — a ground gallery and — a multi-configurable auditorium. The spaces have been intra-and-inter connected via IT, AV and lighting connection panels via IT and AV rooms. In the 3 towers, the studio and the gallery, equipment will be installed to support educational and performance functions appropriate to their size and shape. It is anticipated a wide range of devices including Windows/Mac/Linux laptops, iOS/Android tablets and phones will be used.

Technical Equipment for Theatre and Teaching support systems in The Attenborough Centre of Creative

University of Sussex | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Stage Electrics
cpvs
31000000, 32000000, 45212300

The University of Sussex are seeking a partner to design, supply, install and commission performance and educational technical systems in a professional standard flexible theatre, 3 smaller performance studios and various interconnected spaces in the newly refurbished grade 2* listed ACCA building. Tenderer's design must support a wide variety of performance styles, educational uses, international companies and integrate with both the existing systems and the listed buildings fabric. The University would welcome experienced SME's in providing this type of work to form a consortium to deliver and coordinate their solution. The University is looking to invest in educational, theatrical and performance systems to ensure that the building as a whole, and individual spaces within it, provide a flexible and professional environment which will support a wide range of uses. There are 7 key spaces within the Centre: — 3 circular towers (Towers 1, 2 and 3), — a meeting room, — a studio, — a ground gallery and — a multi-configurable auditorium. The spaces have been intra-and-inter connected via IT, AV and lighting connection panels via IT and AV rooms. In the 3 towers, the studio and the gallery, equipment will be installed to support educational and performance functions appropriate to their size and shape. It is anticipated a wide range of devices including Windows/Mac/Linux laptops, iOS/Android tablets and phones will be used.

Technical Equipment for Theatre and Teaching support systems in The Attenborough Centre of Creative Arts (ACCA).

University of Sussex | Published August 21, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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31000000, 32000000, 45212300

The University of Sussex are seeking a partner to design, supply, install and commission performance and educational technical systems in a professional standard flexible theatre, three smaller performance studios and various interconnected spaces in the newly refurbished grade 2* listed ACCA building. Tenderer's design must support a wide variety of performance styles, educational uses, international companies and integrate with both the existing systems and the listed buildings fabric. The University would welcome experienced SME's in providing this type of work to form a consortium to deliver and coordinate their solution. The University is looking to invest in educational, theatrical and performance systems to ensure that the building as a whole, and individual spaces within it, provide a flexible and professional environment which will support a wide range of uses. There are seven key spaces within the Centre: — three circular towers (Towers 1, 2 and 3), — a meeting room, — a studio, — a ground gallery and — a multi-configurable auditorium. The spaces have been intra-and-inter connected via IT, AV and lighting connection panels via IT and AV rooms. In the three towers, the studio and the gallery, equipment will be installed to support educational and performance functions appropriate to their size and shape. It is anticipated a wide range of devices including Windows/Mac/Linux laptops, iOS/Android tablets and phones will be used.

Technical Equipment for Theatre and Teaching support systems in The Attenborough Centre of Creative

University of Sussex | Published August 21, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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31000000, 32000000, 45212300

The University of Sussex are seeking a partner to design, supply, install and commission performance and educational technical systems in a professional standard flexible theatre, three smaller performance studios and various interconnected spaces in the newly refurbished grade 2* listed ACCA building. Tenderer's design must support a wide variety of performance styles, educational uses, international companies and integrate with both the existing systems and the listed buildings fabric. The University would welcome experienced SME's in providing this type of work to form a consortium to deliver and coordinate their solution. The University is looking to invest in educational, theatrical and performance systems to ensure that the building as a whole, and individual spaces within it, provide a flexible and professional environment which will support a wide range of uses. There are seven key spaces within the Centre: — three circular towers (Towers 1, 2 and 3), — a meeting room, — a studio, — a ground gallery and — a multi-configurable auditorium. The spaces have been intra-and-inter connected via IT, AV and lighting connection panels via IT and AV rooms. In the three towers, the studio and the gallery, equipment will be installed to support educational and performance functions appropriate to their size and shape. It is anticipated a wide range of devices including Windows/Mac/Linux laptops, iOS/Android tablets and phones will be used.

Data Manipulation Tool

DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 7, 2017
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48611000

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) invites expressions of interest from potential suppliers' to supply a Data Manipulation Tool. Expressions of interest must be received by 13:00 GMT on the closing date above. The aim of the requirement is to stabilise and rationalise the current data environment at TPR. Interested suppliers will be issued with formal tender documents via the TPR e-Sourcing platform provided by Bravo.

Supply, delivery and support of Media Equipment

The University of Sussex | Published July 15, 2016
Winner
Visual Impact UK Ltd
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32320000, 32321100, 32300000

The University wishes to invite tenders for the provision of Media Equipment for the School of Media, Film and Music, MFM, which also now includes Journalism.

The University wishes to appoint a small framework of suppliers to provide the media and broadcasting equipment.

All equipment must be of a professional standard and quality — products from the likes of the following manufacturers would be considered acceptable: Sony, Vocas, Sound Devices (please note that this is not a prescriptive or exhaustive list but is provided to demonstrate the level of equipment that is to be used) and all equipment should be used for the purpose that it was designed for.

The equipment required is detailed in the Tender Return, section 9 and Appendix A.

The manufacture and models provided are those we are aware will meet our requirements. Nikon F-mount and Sony E-mount are presently our preferred lens mounts. Equivalents will be considered.

Systems offered should look to the future so that they have the best possible shelf life. Industry standard components should allow for reuse even when some system parts have been retired.

Any equipment offered must be resilient. The environment is similar to a film and TV rental house but tougher. Students do not have professional levels of experience of kit care or the same repercussions for poor care. All configurations should be optimised with longevity and maintenance in mind — 1 of the key considerations for specification.

Supply, delivery and support of Media Equipment.

University of Sussex | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline April 12, 2016
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32320000, 32321100, 32300000

The University wishes to invite tenders for the provision of Media Equipment for the School of Media, Film and Music, MFM, which also now includes Journalism.

The University wishes to appoint a small framework of suppliers to provide the media and broadcasting equipment.

All equipment must be of a professional standard and quality-products from the likes of the following manufacturers would be considered acceptable: Sony, Vocas, Sound Devices (please note that this is not a prescriptive or exhaustive list but is provided to demonstrate the level of equipment that is to be used) and all equipment should be used for the purpose that it was designed for.

The equipment required is detailed in the Tender Return, section 9 and Appendix A.

The manufacture and models provided are those we are aware will meet our requirements. Nikon F-mount and Sony E-mount are presently our preferred lens mounts. Equivalents will be considered.

Systems offered should look to the future so that they have the best possible shelf life. Industry standard components should allow for reuse even when some system parts have been retired.

Any equipment offered must be resilient. The environment is similar to a film and TV rental house but tougher. Students do not have professional levels of experience of kit care or the same repercussions for poor care. All configurations should be optimised with longevity and maintenance in mind — 1 of the key considerations for specification.

‘Soft-FM’ related consumables and services.

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published September 2, 2015
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79993100, 55000000, 19230000, 39222000, 39512000, 39518000, 60000000, 63712400, 64110000, 71315210, 71317210, 71800000, 72253100, 75241000, 77300000, 79700000, 79992000, 79993000, 85142300, 90500000, 90524100, 90524200, 90713000, 90900000, 90922000, 98311000, 98341110, 98341120, 98341140, 98514000

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (The Trust) has, by mutual agreement with the contracted provider, exited its existing contractual agreement for Soft-FM services, effective from the 1st of September. The services which were being provided included provision of a central help-desk, patient and retail catering, portering, linen management, domestic cleaning service, pest control, ward housekeeping, waste management and grounds maintenance. The Trust is delivering these services internally. The current focus is to ensure that interim arrangements are in place, which allow the Trust sites to continue to function effectively and to deliver the best possible care for our patients in a safe environment. The purpose of this Prior Information Notice is to notify the market that the Trust intends to take appropriate action to put into place contractual arrangements for the provision of consumables and/or services relating to the areas covered under the ‘Soft-FM’ heading. The Trust's objective in undertaking this exercise will be to undertake a procurement process which is compliant with the relevant procurement requirements and ensuring sustainable service provision representing the best possible value for money, through competitive engagement with the market. The services which will be subject to this process will not necessarily be restricted to the examples listed above, but at this stage a definitive list of requirements has not been established. While the Trust has no definitive time-frames for this, it is envisaged that we will look to engage with the market in early 2016.At this stage of the process, we are not seeking to consult or receive expressions of interest, and will be unable to respond directly to organisations wishing to discuss further. We therefore politely request that organisations who may be potentially interested in working with the Trust await further information relating to the next stages.

BHCC SW Economic Strategy (2018-2023)

BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL | Published July 4, 2017  -  Deadline July 20, 2017
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72221000

Brighton & Hove City Council is seeking a consultant team to develop an Economic Strategy (2018-2023). The current Strategy, dated 2013 to 2018, is a strategic document that sets out the economic climate and identifies the strategic objectives for the City's economy and comes to an end in 2018. Since the current Strategy was published there have been multiple factors impacting on the City's economy which have come into place or are in the political pipeline at a local, regional and national level. Of particular note, are Brexit and its imminent impact on the City and the Government's recently published Green Paper on the Industrial Strategy. A new Economic Strategy is therefore required which will reflect the significantly different economic and political environment in the City, since the 2013-2018 Economic Strategy was produced.

Life Sciences Building — Construction Services.

University of Sussex | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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45000000, 45400000

The Design and Construction of the University of Sussex new Life Sciences School comprising of approximately 13 000 m2 GIA from approximately 11 000 m2 new build and approximately 2 000 m2 of refurbishment works with associated site works and ancillaries. The existing facilities are not conducive to collaborative working as research groups and teaching facilities are spread across many buildings on campus. A new building for the School of Life Sciences aims to bring these groups together, creating new opportunities for inter-disciplinary collaboration. The school will be accommodated in a refurbishment of an existing adjacent building — the Genome building — and a connected new build facility on the current Science Car Park, spread over 3 and half storeys; built to the local topography for level access points. The project has recently achieved sign off on RIBA Stage 02 Concept design with detailed design development progressing in Stage 03. It is anticipated Stage 04 design information to be available during the ITT tender stage to allow constructive workshops with short listed Main Contractors. The development is not expected to include Class 3 Laboratory space (Class 2 only). It is currently expected the Design Team will be novated to the Main Contractor. Key project development aims: — To establish a sustainable state-of-the-art research and teaching environment for the School of Life Sciences, — In co-locating the diverse disciplines that make up the School of Life Sciences, foster an approach that will allow collaborative and explorative research and learning to flourish, — With the fast-paced nature of research and teaching development in mind, deliver a resilient and adaptable building that will allow the School to cater for changes in research and teaching with minimal disruption to its occupants, — Provide a building that offers an inspiring place to work, learn and socialise that will ensure the School of Life Sciences can continue to retain current and attract new world class staff and students, — Deliver a landmark building on time and budget for the academic year commencing 2018 that will positively contribute to the changing face of the university campus.
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