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Closed Landfill Monitoring and Maintenance Contract.

Cumbria County Council | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
cpvs
90000000, 90711500

Contract-9ZZG-8BMMJM. Cumbria County Council is responsible for routine gas, leach-ate, surface water and groundwater monitoring and routine maintenance of a network of closed landfill sites across Cumbria to ensure they are managed and maintained in accordance with legislation. 26 of those landfills are classified as non-permitted with the remaining 8 classified as permitted landfills spread across the County. Not all these sites are owned by the Council, although it remains the duty of the Council under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part 2 and Contaminated Land Regulations, to ensure there are no adverse impacts on the environment from any of the sites. The Council wishes to appoint a contractor to manage and monitor these sites to ensure no adverse effect on human health and the environment.

Closed Landfill Monitoring and Maintenance Contract.

Cumbria County Council | Published February 27, 2016
Winner
Cumbria Waste Management Ltd
cpvs
90000000, 90711500

CONTRACT-9ZZG-8BMMJM

Cumbria County Council is responsible for routine gas, leachate, surface water and groundwater monitoring and routine maintenance of a network of closed landfill sites across Cumbria to ensure they are managed and maintained in accordance with legislation.

26 of those landfills are classified as non-permitted with the remaining eight classified as permitted landfills spread across the County. Not all these sites are owned by the Council, although it remains the duty of the Council under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part 2 and Contaminated Land Regulations, to ensure there are no adverse impacts on the environment from any of the sites.

The Council wishes to appoint a contractor to manage and monitor these sites to ensure no adverse effect on human health and the environment.

Closed Landfill Monitoring and Maintenance Contract

Cumbria County Council | Published November 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
cpvs
18000000, 18220000

The Council is responsible for routine gas, leachate, surface water and groundwater monitoring and routine maintenance of a network of 34 closed landfill sites across Cumbria to ensure they are managed and maintained in accordance with legislation. Permitted sites are subject to Environment Agency regulatory compliance and The Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2006. Non –permitted sites are subject to The Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2006 only. Twenty Six (26) of those landfills are classified as “non – permitted” with the remaining eight (8) classified as “permitted” landfills which are spread across the County (see footnote * for definition) . Not all these sites are owned by the Council, although it remains the duty of the Council under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part 2 and The Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2006, to ensure there are no adverse impacts on the environment from any of the sites. The Council wishes to appoint a contractor to manage and monitor all of the sites to ensure no adverse effect on human health and the environment. The successful Tenderer will be expected to carry out an Asset Survey in conjunction with the Council and its current service provider. This Asset Survey will include a survey of existing monitoring infrastructure for landfill gas, leachate, and water on all thirty four (34) closed landfill sites to assess and report on their current state of repair. The report of the survey shall where necessary provide the cost of repairing any assets. This review will be undertaken during the four (4) week period prior to the end of the current contract term on 31st March 2016 Questions should be submitted via the discussions area on The Chest, technical issues please contact Due North. Name: Due North Email: nwsupport@due-north.com Telephone: 0845 293 0459 (08:30 - 17:30) Please use checklist in the ITT to ensure all documents completed. (there is an online quastionnaire to be completed)

Cumbria Community Learning and Skills (CLS) Service

 | Published July 18, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Cumbria Community Learning and Skills (CLS) Service is an integral part of the Cumbria County Council’s Environment and Community Services Directorate and is responsible for the delivery of the Adult Education programme in Cumbria. Community Learning and Skills is looking to develop a range of partnerships with subcontracted providers to help us increase our provision in specific curriculum and geographic areas not covered by our own community learning centres. See tender documentation for further details. Please note there is an online questionnaire to complete. All correspondence regarding the tender must go via The Chest. Support using The Chest can be sought from the help desk at Due North Tel: 01670 597137 email: support@due-north.com

WEM Lot 3 - Seascale and Gosforth

Cumbria County Council | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
Winner
Mott MacDonald Ltd
cpvs
71000000

Award Notice re further competition through Water and Environment Framework Lot 3 re Seascale and Gosforth Flood Alleviation Measures.

Health and social work services

Cumbria County Council | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline January 9, 2017
cpvs
85000000

This multiple provider Framework Agreement is for the provision of foster care services for children who are looked after. The overall requirement is that children will be placed with families who have been assessed and approved to provide a secure, warm, safe and supportive environment in which they can develop in all aspects of their lives. Providers will be registered as an Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) and will be governed by the Fostering Services Regulations 2011 and any subsequent changes. The service will be regulated and inspected by Ofsted.

Cumbria County Council is developing a 2 year Framework for independent foster care placements, utilising an ‘Any Qualified Provider’ model. The Framework will be procured via the Light Touch Regime (LTR) from the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The procurement will be opened every 6 months to allow new providers to join the Framework.

Highway Landscaping Services 2016-2020

 | Published June 13, 2016
cpvs
45112730

https://www.the-chest.org.uk/ Cumbria County Council requires a Contractor(s) to provide an efficient and effective verge maintenance service to permit safe movement of traffic throughout the County and protect the integrity of the road network and ecology of the roadside environment. The work entails the routine cutting of a single swathe (machine width) along the majority of the roadside verges in addition to the periodic full-width cutting of roadside verges and visibility areas This service is currently provided through a framework which expires on the 31st March 2016. These contract are to provide the service for the next 4 years from the 2016 season through to the end of the 2019/2020 financial year. This service shall be provided on all county roads, except those that are the responsibility of District Councils or Connect as part of the Carlisle Northern Development Route PFI or any areas where the parish council enters an agrrement to undertake this service in all or a part of their parish. The Council operate a verge maintenance strategy designed to preserve / enhance the biodiversity of the roadside verges within the County. This entails routine cutting of a single swathe on most verges annually, and full width cutting on a two or four year cycle depending on the category of verge. Service delivery will be based on six Geographical Areas based on District Council boundaries and a separate Contract will be issued for each Area. The tender process allows the appointment of a Contractor to a single or multiple Areas. Please view the tender documents for further information. Please note the tender deadline is 23rd March 2016. All correspondence regarding the tender must be via The Chest. For any queries regarding the system, please contact Due North's support team on 01670 597137 or email support@due-north.com

Highway Landscaping Services 2016-2020.

Cumbria County Council | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
cpvs
45112730

https://www.the-chest.org.uk/

Cumbria County Council requires a Contractor(s) to provide an efficient and effective verge maintenance service to permit safe movement of traffic throughout the County and protect the integrity of the road network and ecology of the roadside environment. The work entails the routine cutting of a single swathe (machine width) along the majority of the roadside verges in addition to the periodic full-width cutting of roadside verges and visibility areas.

This service is currently provided through a framework which expires on the 31.3.2016. These contract are to provide the service for the next 4 years from the 2016 season through to the end of the 2019/2020 financial year.

This service shall be provided on all county roads, except those that are the responsibility of District Councils or Connect as part of the Carlisle Northern Development Route PFI or any areas where the parish council enters an agreement to undertake this service in all or a part of their parish.

The Council operate a verge maintenance strategy designed to preserve / enhance the biodiversity of the roadside verges within the County. This entails routine cutting of a single swathe on most verges annually, and full width cutting on a two or four year cycle depending on the category of verge.

Service delivery will be based on six Geographical Areas based on District Council boundaries and a separate Contract will be issued for each Area. The tender process allows the appointment of a Contractor to a single or multiple Areas.

Please view the tender documents for further information.

Please note the tender deadline is 23.3.2016.

All correspondence regarding the tender must be via The Chest.

For any queries regarding the system, please contact Due North's support team on 01670 597137 or email support@due-north.com

Cumbria Community Learning and Skills (CLS) Service

Cumbria County Council | Published September 15, 2016
Winner
Dallam Community School - Lot 1
cpvs
80000000

Contracts Finder Award Notice re Cumbria Community Learning and Skills (CLS) Service is an integral part of the Cumbria County Council’s Environment and Community Services Directorate and is responsible for the delivery of the Adult Education programme in Cumbria. The service delivers community learning and skills provision to around 9,000 adults a year in over 200 venues across Cumbria including a network of Council-run community learning centres, schools, children’s centres, employer premises, a wide range of community outreach locations and a number of independent externally sub-contracted organisations. The service is focussed on provision which transforms the lives of our most disadvantaged communities, enhances employment opportunities for low skilled residents and meets the needs of local employers. As a result of above Community Learning and Skills is looking to develop a range of partnerships with subcontracted providers to help us increase our provision in specific curriculum and geographic areas not covered by our own community learning centres.

15-012 S/LISS For the provision of a Unified Library System.

University of Cumbria | Published March 10, 2015  -  Deadline April 23, 2015
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48160000, 48161000

The University is seeking to adopt a Unified Library System to exploit new technologies being offered; to maximise potential efficiencies in work-flows and processes; to ensure rapid, seamless delivery and value for money; to enhance the student's learning experience; and free up resources to meet new University information needs. The Library Management System (LMS), together with associated resource management applications, is a corporate system. Within the University the LMS is owned and managed by Library and Student Services with support from IT Services. The University has used the Capita (previously Talis and BLCMP) LMS since 1997. The Library environment has significantly changed in the last decade and with the growing body of born digital and digitised scholarly output academic collections are increasingly becoming more electronic than print. Currently the Library's electronic journal subscriptions represent 95 % of journal subscriptions; electronic books represent about 50 % of the current collection. Though legacy print collections will remain for the foreseeable future, the move to provision of electronic library resources will continue driven by our e-first policy. The University is seeking to acquire a Unified Library System which will support this new mixed information economy, effectively manage its electronic resources including metadata and licenses and ensure quality of service provision to the Library's users. In doing so the key aim is to create more efficient processes and work-flows, and by making these efficiencies ensure services are delivered in a seamless, timely and effective manner and further improve ease of use and accessibility to information for Library users. Student interaction with the Library will improve through a more responsive system to request, discover and access material. There will be a single search box to access the collection and a single interface to interact with the Library. The Library is seeking to enter into a contract for an initial period of 5 years from implementation with an option to extend if both parties are in agreement for a further 2 years. Any subsequent extensions to the contract will be agreed by the University of Cumbria and the service provider. The University is seeking to adopt a Unified Library System that is offered by the vendor as a Software as a Service.

15-012 S/LISS For the provision of a Unified Library System.

University of Cumbria | Published March 10, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
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48160000, 48161000

The University is seeking to adopt a Unified Library System to exploit new technologies being offered; to maximise potential efficiencies in work-flows and processes; to ensure rapid, seamless delivery and value for money; to enhance the student's learning experience; and free up resources to meet new University information needs. The Library Management System (LMS), together with associated resource management applications, is a corporate system. Within the University the LMS is owned and managed by Library and Student Services with support from IT Services. The University has used the Capita (previously Talis and BLCMP) LMS since 1997. The Library environment has significantly changed in the last decade and with the growing body of born digital and digitised scholarly output academic collections are increasingly becoming more electronic than print. Currently the Library's electronic journal subscriptions represent 95 % of journal subscriptions; electronic books represent about 50 % of the current collection. Though legacy print collections will remain for the foreseeable future, the move to provision of electronic library resources will continue driven by our e-first policy. The University is seeking to acquire a Unified Library System which will support this new mixed information economy, effectively manage its electronic resources including metadata and licenses and ensure quality of service provision to the Library's users. In doing so the key aim is to create more efficient processes and work-flows, and by making these efficiencies ensure services are delivered in a seamless, timely and effective manner and further improve ease of use and accessibility to information for Library users. Student interaction with the Library will improve through a more responsive system to request, discover and access material. There will be a single search box to access the collection and a single interface to interact with the Library. The Library is seeking to enter into a contract for an initial period of 5 years from implementation with an option to extend if both parties are in agreement for a further 2 years. Any subsequent extensions to the contract will be agreed by the University of Cumbria and the service provider. The University is seeking to adopt a Unified Library System that is offered by the vendor as a Software as a Service.

Cumbria County Council Foster Care Framework

Cumbria County Council | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline January 9, 2017
Winner
Action for Children Services Limited
cpvs
85000000

The contract is for the provision of foster care services for children who are looked after. The overall requirement is that children will be placed with families who have been assessed and approved to provide a secure, warm, safe and supportive environment in which they can develop in all aspects of their lives. Providers will be registered as an Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) and will be governed by the Fostering Services Regulations 2011 and any subsequent changes. The service will be regulated and inspected by Ofsted. Provision must be rated 'requires improvement' or better. Please refer to the service specification for more details. This is a multiple provider Framework Agreement. It allows qualified Providers (in accordance with our award criteria) to access future fostering opportunities. There isn't a limit on the number of Providers who can access the Framework. The Council does not guarantee any spend against this Framework Agreement. Please refer to the ITT documents on The Chest for more details including deadlines for receipt of clarifications and tenders.

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Cumbria County Council | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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90000000

The Council is seeking suitable waste disposal site Operators to be included on a framework to be available for the Council to use for the disposal of various categories of site generated wastes.

Please see tender documents attached.

Please note the clarification deadline is 13.3.2017. All clarifications must go through The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/)

Please note the submission deadline for the completed online questionnaire and completed tender documents is 12:00 noon on 20.3.2017 via The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

If you require support to use The Chest, please see Supplier Help area on the Home page (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

The Council is seeking suitable waste disposal site Operators to be included on a framework to be available for the Council to use for the disposal of various categories of site generated wastes.

Please see tender documents attached.

Please note the clarification deadline is 13.3.2017. All clarifications must go through The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/)

Please note the submission deadline for the completed online questionnaire and completed tender documents is 12:00 on 20.3.2017 via The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

If you require support to use The Chest, please see Supplier Help area on the Home page (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Cumbria County Council | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
cpvs
90000000

The Council is seeking suitable waste disposal site Operators to be included on a framework to be available for the Council to use for the disposal of various categories of site generated wastes.

Please see tender documents attached.

Please note the clarification deadline is 13.3.2017. All clarifications must go through The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/)

Please note the submission deadline for the completed online questionnaire and completed tender documents is 12:00 noon on 20.3.2017 via The Chest (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

If you require support to use The Chest, please see Supplier Help area on the Home page (https://www.the-chest.org.uk/).

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Cumbria County Council | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
cpvs
90000000, 90711500

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Adoption Support - Developmental Attachment Therapy and Joint Intervention

Cumbria County Council | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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85300000

Children placed for adoption often have experience of former care giving environments where there is a combination of abuse, neglect, rejection and danger. This can cause significant problems in the process of forming satisfactory relationships with and attachments to new carers. The provision of developmental attachment therapy and joint intervention plays a crucial role in helping children and their adoptive families to develop strong lasting relationships and attachments, therefore preventing adoption breakdowns. Cumbria County Council is commissioning this countywide service to ensure good outcomes for this vulnerable group of children and their adoptive families are achieved and to meet statutory requirements. This commissioned service shall be delivered alongside the work of the Adoption Support Team, ensuring an integrated service for adopted children and their families.

Capital Schemes Framework

Cumbria County Council | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
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39000000, 39100000, 39110000, 39120000

The framework includes a wide range of capital projects funded by the Council. The potential types of work are described under the two lots which form the framework. Lot 1 – Property Cumbria County Council’s Capital Programme for property provides maintenance, improvements, extensions and new build for a range of Cumbria County Council’s property requirements. At present the capital programme includes projects for schools, care-homes, offices and fire stations ranging from £100,000 to over £10million in value. The capital maintenance activity equates to over £5-10m per annum. In a typical year the property element of the capital programme may include 6 projects less than £1m in value, 5 over £1m in value and 1 over £10m in value (outside the scope of this framework). The total programme is currently circa £30m per annum. Typical work includes: Upgrading and refurbishment of the Council’s existing portfolio of corporate and school property. New build and extensions to corporate and school property using the whole range of building types, including modular and offsite fabrication. Adherence to current statutory and best practice requirements – including BREEAM standards and increasing use of BIM. Capital maintenance chiefly aimed at ensuring buildings are safe, wind and watertight. This could entail repairs and replacement of roofs, windows and M&E. Capital maintenance projects tend to be low value and the intention is to batch these up in to packages up to £500,000 in value. Lot 2 – Highways Cumbria County Council’s capital programme for Highways provides for all aspects of the maintenance, repair and development of its Highways assets. Works to carrying out repairs and maintenance of the carriageway surfacing are carried out under separate contracts and frameworks and do not form part of this framework. The remaining programme of work has over the last 4 years consisted of between 2 and 13 schemes with combined works cost of between £2m and £5m. The forward programme is anticipated to comprise around 8 to 12 schemes per year with an average annual value of around £7m. Typical Work includes: Structures & Bridges – Repair and or maintenance of highways structures including retaining walls and bridges. Typical schemes are around £50k to £250k and include Culvert replacement, Masonry Arch bridge repairs, replacement of sections of retaining wall and sea wall repairs. Structures are primarily stone or stone faced, reinforced or mass concrete or structural steelwork and are most often on carriageway local roads. Currently identified future schemes include: Bram Craggs retaining wall (£200k) and Bridgefoot Railway Bridge (£150k) Public Realm – Improvements to town centre environments likely to involve Highway surfacing, footpaths, drainage and improvements to signage. Works may also include improvements to the look and function of transport interchanges. Currently forecast schemes include: Maryport Station Hub (£1.2m), Barrow Marina Village (£0.9m) and Barrow Waterfront (£0.8m). Highway Improvement (including S278) - Improvements to junctions, access roads, car parks and distributor routes to improve safety and or facilitate development. Scheme costs generally vary from £100k through to £1.5m. Currently forecast schemes include: Optimising Connectivity (£1m), Kendal Infrastructure (£2m) and Ulverston Access Improvements (£2m). Footpath/Cycleway improvements – Previous recent schemes have had a value of between £100k and £600k. Currently forecast schemes include: Carlisle Infrastructure Improvements (value to be determined) Drainage (including ground stabilisation and flood prevention schemes) – Schemes could include packages of several small drainage schemes or piling, slope stabilisation or slope protection schemes to protect highways. Schemes could also include flood prevention schemes. Current schemes under development include: ground stabilisation at A686 Renwick Mast (circa £400k) Sub-lots For both Lots two sub-lots will be created based on the value of the work packages let. The low value sub-lot A will generally include schemes of value between £50k and £750k but may on occasion be used to procure works below £50k or above £750k dependant on the complexity, risk and other considerations. The high value sub-lot B will include schemes of value between £750k and £3m but may on occasion be used to procure schemes below £750k or above £3m based on complexity, risk and other considerations. See tender documentation for further information. Please note there will be an online questionnaire to complete along with any submitted bid. All queries and correspondence must be raised via the discussions area within the tender via The Chest
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