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Health and social work services

South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

This Contract notice is published on behalf of South West London and St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust (SWLStGs ) and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) (‘the Trusts’) and defines the procurement process (the Procurement) being executed for provision of a comprehensive range of Occupational Health Services (OHS or the Service) so that the Trusts are able to meet their common law and statutory duties of care for the health, safety and welfare of its employees in their working environment.

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is acting as the Lead Contracting Authority. The Contract is set to Commence on 1.4.2017 for 2 years with an option to extend for up to 3 years. At the end of the 2 year initial period the Trust may review for inclusion of a third NHS Organisation (Oxleas NHS FT).

The Procurement documents are published on the ProContract portal which can be accessed through the web link: www.lppsourcing.org This project is identified on the ProContract portal by the title: SLaM SWLStGs Occupational Health Services.

All interested parties should note that this Service Procurement falls within the scope of the ‘Light Touch Regime’ as defined in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and Directive 2014/24/EU. Therefore the 2015 Regulations and the 2014 Directive are only applicable to the Service Procurement to the extent required for the Services.

Social work services with accommodation

Wandsworth Borough Council | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017

Wandsworth Borough Council (the ‘Council’) is inviting tenders from suitably experienced and qualified contractors for the provision of residential care and nursing care in registered care homes for older people, adults with mental health issues and adults with physical and/or sensory disabilities in accordance with the Specification at Volume 2 (the ‘Services’).

The Council has established an open accredited framework (the ‘Framework’) which will operate for a period of four years commencing on 3.4.2017 but subject to an extension or extensions of up to an aggregate of 2 further years at the absolute discretion of the Council.

The Council is establishing the Framework primarily for use by itself. The London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames (‘Richmond’) will be able to call off from the Framework however it is anticipated that the volume of Services called off from the Framework by Richmond will be very low, if any.

The Council requires the provision of the Services for the purpose of providing suitable accommodation to eligible adults within a safe environment and offering enabling, outcome focussed care and support, including support to maintain or to regain independent living skills and achieve outcomes that matter to them.

The Care Home(s) in which the Services will be provided must be within the boundary of the London Borough of Wandsworth or within close proximity of this boundary.

The Services are split between 2 types of care (1) residential care and (2) care home with nursing care. Residential care homes offer a place to live and personal care and support services, including meals. Nursing care homes offer nursing care services as well as a place to live and personal care and support services, including meals.

The Services therefore can fall into any of the following 10 Categories:

— Residential care only for: older people, older people with dementia (EMI), older people with long term mental health problems, adults with physical and/or sensory disability, adults with learning disabilities.

— Care home with nursing care for: older people, older people with dementia (EMI), older people with long term mental health problems, adults with physical and/or sensory disability, adults with learning disabilities.

Construction work

Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust (as host of the NHS London Procurement Partnership) | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017

LPP are inviting applications from experienced suppliers of construction works to be appointed onto a national framework for construction works to provide high quality works and services to public sector organisations in England.

The framework shall be open to the public sector including but not limited to: LPP member bodies as listed at: http://www.lpp.nhs.uk/about-lpp/our-members/ , and any additional new LPP members for the duration of the Framework Agreement, subject to the approval of LPP.

The framework will be segregated into 70 lots; made up of 5 works categories (split into 2 financial bands each), and 7 regions.

Individual contracts under the framework will be awarded via the mini competition process. Eligible Contracting Authorities will select a relevant lot to engage appointed suppliers for their contract, and invite all suppliers under that selected lot to bid for the works.

Deliver works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, mechanical and electrical, demolitions, enabling works, and other general building works, in a variety of environments. Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 1A — London.

Lot 1B — North East.

Lot 1C — North West.

Lot 1D — Midlands.

Lot 1E — East of England.

Lot 1F — South East.

Lot 1G — South West.

Deliver works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, mechanical and electrical, demolitions, enabling works, and other general building works, in a variety of environments. Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 2A — London.

Lot 2B — North East.

Lot 2C — North West.

Lot 2D — Midlands.

Lot 2E — East of England.

Lot 2F — South East.

Lot 2G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in healthcare, acute, and live environments, compliant to the Health Technical Memorandum. Works may be completed in environments where there is increased exposure to ‘at risk’ patients. Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 3A — London.

Lot 3B — North East.

Lot 3C — North West.

Lot 3D — Midlands.

Lot 3E — East of England.

Lot 3F — South East.

Lot 3G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in healthcare, acute, and live environments, compliant to the Health Technical Memorandum. Works may be completed in environments where there is increased exposure to ‘at risk’ patients. Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 3A — London.

Lot 3B — North East.

Lot 3C — North West.

Lot 3D — Midlands.

Lot 3E — East of England.

Lot 3F — South East.

Lot 3G — South West.

Works on heritage listed and unique older buildings. Works may include refurbishment, conservation works, fit outs, and specialist works (stone works, masonry, etc.).

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 5A — London.

Lot 5B — North East.

Lot 5C — North West.

Lot 5D — Midlands.

Lot 5E — East of England.

Lot 5F — South East.

Lot 5G — South West.

Works on heritage listed and unique older buildings. Works may include refurbishment, conservation works, fit outs, and specialist works (stone works, masonry, etc.).

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 5A — London.

Lot 5B — North East.

Lot 5C — North West.

Lot 5D — Midlands.

Lot 5E — East of England.

Lot 5F — South East.

Lot 5G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in mental health environments working closely with Mental Health Trusts.

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 000 GBP.

Lot 7A — London.

Lot 7B — North East.

Lot 7C — North West.

Lot 7D — Midlands.

Lot 7E — East of England.

Lot 7F — South East.

Lot 7G — South West.

Building works incorporating new builds, refurbishments, maintenance construction works, and fit-outs in mental health environments working closely with Mental Health Trusts.

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 7A — London.

Lot 7B — North East.

Lot 7C — North West.

Lot 7D — Midlands.

Lot 7E — East of England.

Lot 7F — South East.

Lot 7G — South West.

Works related to the delivery, maintenance, or removal modular building systems. Works may include supply and installation of new modular systems, maintenance, refurbishment and fit-out works to existing modular systems, or removal of existing modular systems and safe disposal as required.

Works valued between 500 000 GBP — 2 000 00 GBP.

Lot 9A — London.

Lot 9B — North East.

Lot 9C — North West.

Lot 9D — Midlands.

Lot 9E — East of England.

Lot 9F — South East.

Lot 9G — South West.

Works related to the delivery, maintenance, or removal modular building systems. Works may include supply and installation of new modular systems, maintenance, refurbishment and fit-out works to existing modular systems, or removal of existing modular systems and safe disposal as required.

Works valued between 2 000 001 GBP — 5 000 000 GBP.

Lot 9A — London.

Lot 9B — North East.

Lot 9C — North West.

Lot 9D — Midlands.

Lot 9E — East of England.

Lot 9F — South East.

Lot 9G — South West.

Construction consultancy services

University of Strathclyde | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017

The University of Strathclyde, wishes to appoint Project Management Services (Including Integrated Design Team) to provide full services to deliver the Feasibility Study, as detailed at Appendix 1 in the Tender Documents on PCS-T, to redevelop both Colville and former Architecture buildings to deliver The Place Project on the John Anderson Campus.

The form of contract that will apply to the Service Provider is the Form of Agreement specified in Appendix 4, being the NEC3 Professional Services Contract 2013 Edition subject to amendments and the Contract Data specified in Appendix 3. For the purposes of this tender the organisation that will provide the Project Management Services (as defined in Appendix 2- Scope of Services) must be a separate legal entity from the organisation(s) providing the Design Services (as defined in Appendix 2- Scope of Services). Tenderers are advised that failure to comply with this requirement will result in their Tender being considered no further.

The University of Strathclyde, wishes to appoint Project Management Services (Including Integrated Design Team) to provide full services to deliver the Feasibility Study, as detailed at Appendix 1, to redevelop both Colville and former Architecture buildings to deliver The Place Project on the John Anderson Campus.

This exciting, bold and innovative project will deliver a transformational change in student experience in the very heart of the John Anderson campus. It will provide outstanding teaching and learning facilities and a ‘one-stop-shop’ for Students Services, and incorporating accommodation for the of University of Strathclyde Student Association (USSA).

Its core objective is to enhance students' learning, teaching and social experience through the development of adaptable spaces that accommodate current and evolving educational pedagogies, while also encouraging university student engagement and providing personalised student support.

This project supports and enhances the University's Strategic Plan for 2015-2020 and is reflective of a leading international technological university focussed on making a positive difference to the lives of students and staff.

The Place project will be an inspiring learning and teaching facility located within refurbished buildings in the heart of the John Anderson Campus and provides accommodation fit for the needs of 21st century learners and remains relevant to the University's founder John Anderson's 1796 vision to be ‘the place of useful learning’.

The Place will provide a focal point for students in a vibrant student-centred welcoming environment reinforcing the students' sense of community and belonging where students can decide when, where and how they would prefer to study in a contemporary and high quality environment.

The project requirements will be delivered by the redevelopment of the Former Architecture and Colville buildings, linked by a new build adaptable space.

The new accommodation encourages students to remain on campus for the majority of their ‘Learning Day’ by providing the exact requirements for the ‘sticky campus’ including flexible learning environments, support services and social environments, all embracing technology and the latest pedagogy.

The form of contract that will apply to the Service Provider is the Form of Agreement specified in Appendix 4, being the NEC3 Professional Services Contract 2013 Edition subject to amendments and the Contract Data specified in Appendix 3. For the purposes of this tender the organisation that will provide the Project Management Services (as defined in Appendix 2- Scope of Services) must be a separate legal entity from the organisation(s) providing the Design Services (as defined in Appendix 2- Scope of Services). Tenderers are advised that failure to comply with this requirement will result in their Tender being considered no further.

Variant bids will not be accepted.

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