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Learning Management System Support

Coventry University Group | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
cpvs
48190000, 72260000, 72250000, 72210000

Coventry University Group is committed to providing a modern, reliable and scalable online learning environment to meet the rapidly growing demands of its campus, blended and online learning communities.

The University have been using Moodle as its Learning Management System (LMS) since 2008 and has one of the largest online learning environments in the country with approximately 45 000 active users (unique log ins over 3 month period). It is anticipated that this will expand significantly over the next four years to approximately 100 000 users and that a significant proportion of these will be via distance learning courses. The Group includes a range of subsidiaries who operate multiple intakes throughout the year.

Currently both the software management for Moodle and Mahara (E-Portfolio) and hosting infrastructure are outsourced. The University has recently acquired in-house provision of Azure and is in the process of setting up Amazon Web Services (AWS) and wishes to host on one of these platforms.

We are therefore seeking to replace our combined software and infrastructure services with a managed service hosted on either Azure or AWS. To facilitate this we are looking for a supplier who has experience and expertise hosting Moodle / Mahara in this way who can support the University's transition to this new hosting model and manage the service thereafter.

The chosen supplier must have experience of large Moodle implementations, preferably within the Higher Education environment and be able to show how they would quickly scale to meet rapid changes to student usage and numbers. They must also have experience of advising on Moodle architecture, installing upgrades and thorough testing.

It is expected that the contract will be for a 3 year period and renewable for two periods of one year thereafter. A description of the kind of solution the University wishes to purchase can be found in LMS Hosting Service Description document.

Cyber Synthetic Environment

University of Warwick | Published December 14, 2016
Winner
Broadberry Data Systems Ltd
cpvs
38000000, 31000000

Warwick Manufacturing Group has a requirement to purchase a Cyber Synthetic Environment for RAS Network Connectivity as specified in the attached Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation.

School catering services

Holy Family Catholic Primary School | Published January 11, 2017
Winner
Alliance in Partnership Limited
cpvs
55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Holy Family Catholic Primary School and Christ the King Catholic Primary School.

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of services within the existing facilities for the students and teaching and support staff, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. The Schools would wish the successful contractor to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly.

The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from August 2016 and will operate as a Guaranteed Performance Contract, with the successful Contractor offering the Schools a guaranteed cost per annum for the provision of catering services. Sovereignty of the meal tariff is to remain with the Schools for the duration of this contract.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School strive daily to create an atmosphere of welcome, compassion and acceptance to all who enter the School.

Holy Family are very much a ‘family’ School that cultivate and nurture attitudes of support, respect and care in all activities and relationships and for all children. Equally important is learning. Holy Family set high standards in everything that they do and strongly believe in the importance of the core skills of reading, writing and mathematics.

At Holy Family, all believe that primary School education is an experience that all children should enjoy to the full and they therefore offer a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum, striving to meet the needs of all children.

Pupils at Christ the King Catholic Primary School are surrounded by a vibrant, inclusive learning environment based on a Catholic ethos of compassion, love and respect. Christ the King strive to impart to all of the 419 pupils on roll, a wide range of knowledge and intellectual, artistic and sporting skills and to arouse and nurture within them, an eager spirit of enquiry and wonder.

Christ the King's teaching philosophy is centred on an environment of mutual respect, where the staff, the pupils and the whole community work together for the common aim of educating the children in their care, to achieve the highest standards of competence and ability and to be responsible and worthy citizens of the world.

Library Services and Security Support

University of Warwick | Published October 8, 2016
Winner
Corps Security (UK) Ltd
cpvs
79995000, 79990000, 79992000, 79993000, 79710000

The University of Warwick has a requirement to purchase Library services and the provision of security support to enable the operation of the Library to continue 24 x 7. Library services includes, but is not limited to, enquiry support, shelving and other collection activities, management of the main Library facility and environment management. The contract shall be for an initial period of 2 year(s) with an option to extend for up to a further 1 year.

Note: The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Should the University advertise contracts in the Official Journal of the European Union, this is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

Cyber Synthetic Environment

The University of Warwick | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 16, 2016
cpvs
38000000

Warwick Manufacturing Group has a requirement to purchase a Cyber Synthetic Environment for RAS Network Connectivity as specified in the attached Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation. In order to express interest in this opportunity please go to the University of Warwick In-Tend supplier portal (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick). All queries must be sent via In-tend Correspondence and not directly to University staff. The University expressly reserves the rights: i) Not to award any contract as a result of this procurement process commenced by publication of this notice. ii) To make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the tendering competition. iii) To award (a) contract(s) in respect of any part(s) of the [services] covered by this notice; and iv) To award contract(s) in stages. Under no circumstances will the University be liable for any costs incurred by candidates. The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Advertisement of any contract in the Official Journal of the European Union or Contracts Finder is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

Building-cleaning services

Henley College Coventry | Published November 5, 2016
Winner
Cleantec Services Ltd
cpvs
90911200

The successful tenderer will be required to provide cleaning services at Henley College Coventry.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.8.2016 until 31.7.2019, with an option for a further extension at the end of the contract term.

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of cleaning services within the facilities for Henley College. The high quality service levels proposed, should maintain excellent standards throughout, resulting in a pleasant environment for both the pupils and staff.

The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful contractor to operate to at all times, is being able to provide a College that is fit for purpose and that the Contractor is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications are achieved and that the frequency of cleans is as detailed within the Tender Specification.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.8.2016 until 31.7.2019, with an option for a further extension at the end of the contract term and will be fixed price in nature, with the Contractor invoicing the Client for one-twelfth of the annual cost on a monthly basis.

Cyber Synthetic Environment

University of Warwick | Published October 26, 2016
cpvs
38000000, 31000000

Warwick Manufacturing Group has a requirement to purchase a Cyber Synthetic Environment for RAS Network Connectivity as specified in the attached Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation.

In order to express interest in this opportunity please go to the University of Warwick In-Tend supplier portal (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick). All queries must be sent via In-tend Correspondence and not directly to University staff.

The University expressly reserves the rights:

i) Not to award any contract as a result of this procurement process commenced by publication of this notice.

ii) To make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the tendering competition.

iii) To award (a) contract(s) in respect of any part(s) of the [services] covered by this notice; and

iv) To award contract(s) in stages.

Under no circumstances will the University be liable for any costs incurred by candidates.

The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Advertisement of any contract in the Official Journal of the European Union or Contracts Finder is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

Library Services and Security Support

University of Warwick | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 2, 2016
cpvs
79995000, 79990000, 79992000, 79993000, 79710000

The University of Warwick has a requirement to purchase Library services and the provision of security support to enable the operation of the Library to continue 24 x 7. Library services includes, but is not limited to, enquiry support, shelving and other collection activities, management of the main Library facility and environment management. The contract shall be for an initial period of 2 year(s) with an option to extend for up to a further 1 year.

Interested Suppliers are invited to submit their bids based upon the information contained within the complete Invitation to Tender document set.

All interested Suppliers must provide their submissions via the University of Warwick's In-Tend procurement site www.in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick.

The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Should the University advertise contracts in the Official Journal of the European Union, this is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

Library Services and Security Support

University of Warwick | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
cpvs
79995000, 79990000, 79992000, 79993000, 79710000

The University of Warwick has a requirement to purchase Library services and the provision of security support to enable the operation of the Library to continue 24 x 7. Library services includes, but is not limited to, enquiry support, shelving and other collection activities, management of the main Library facility and environment management. The contract shall be for an initial period of 2 year(s) with an option to extend for up to a further 1 year.

Interested Suppliers are invited to submit their bids based upon the information contained within the complete Invitation to Tender document set.

All interested Suppliers must provide their submissions via the University of Warwick's In-Tend procurement site www.in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick.

The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Should the University advertise contracts in the Official Journal of the European Union, this is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

LCKW002 Standish Hospital: Japanese Knotweed Excavation and Management Works 2016

 | Published July 22, 2016  -  Deadline August 17, 2016
cpvs
77312000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is the single, national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England. For more information visit www.gov.uk/hca The HCA ‘holds’ large expanses of land and built estate. The HCA will work with local partners to develop, invest in and dispose of the assets in pursuit of the economic development and regeneration objectives agreed by local partners and in support of local strategies. Whilst these sites help facilitate the delivery of the vision for the organisation, they also bring duties of care, health and safety, trespass and other liabilities and responsibilities. As part of the solution to manage such liabilities the HCA procure Services to undertake routine and emergency activities on its estate. The HCA’s procurement is led by its duty of care in relation to health & safety and building conservation as well as their responsibilities surrounding the economy, environment and society. The HCA is seeking to appoint a competent Supplier for the provision of Japanese Knotweed Removal Works, installation of Root Barrier and Chemical Spraying for land at Standish Hospital, Stroud. Nineteen stands of Japanese Knotweed are located on site, with two further stands located in NHS property. Works are required to excavate a number of stands of Japanese Knotweed and remove off-site as Controlled Waste to an authorised landfill. Chemical Treatment (Spraying) is to be undertaken using Glyphosate to remaining stands. It is essential that a competent and qualified person carries out the herbicide treatment. Herbicides shall only be handled and applied by persons holding a valid Certificate of Competence issued under the Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986. The Supplier will be required to provide the Contract Administrator with copies of the Certificates for each relevant person undertaking spraying activities. Where necessary, the Supplier shall engage a specialist subcontractor to comply with this requirement. A root barrier is to be installed this it to be triple coated, twin reinforced, impermeable polyethylene barrier membrane, buried to 3m. Suppliers should be members of the Property Care Association (PCA) and/or Invasive Non-Native Specialists Association. Where a Supplier is not a member of the above trade organisations they must provide evidence of accreditation to a commensurate scheme or evidence of a proven track record of experience in Japanese Knotweed Removal Works. Suppliers will be required to provide Warranties and Guarantees for these Works as detailed in the Invitation to Tender. The minimum level of Public Indemnity & Employers Liability insurance cover needed for this Contract is £10 million and £10 million respectively. Professional Indemnity Insurance of £10 million is required. The site will be available for viewing during this Tender. Suppliers will be required to visit the site prior to Pricing and will be required to confirm this within the Tender return.

Supply and installation of a 3D Immersive Virtual Reality Facility (Powerwall)

Coventry University | Published April 7, 2016
Winner
Virtalis Limited
cpvs
32322000, 48500000, 72212520, 48520000, 72212500

Supported by the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Coventry University will be opening the National Transport Design Centre (NTDC) at its Technology Park in spring 2017. The centre will focus on design research, post-graduate education and industry engagement, both with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the transport sector (automotive, rail, marine and aerospace), suppliers in those sectors and potential new entrants. The facility will be equipped with industrial standard, state-of-the-art equipment, to ensure that NTDC can offer high-quality design solutions, both physical and virtual, based on the outcomes of Coventry University's design research. 1 of the key facilities will be a 3D immersive VR environment, otherwise known generically as a ‘Powerwall’. This facility will provide the centre with the ability to display, interrogate and manipulate computer generated models in a virtual 3D environment.

We have a budget of between 150 000 GBP and 220 000 GBP (excluding VAT). For this budget we require the supply, installation, training and an on-going warranty: to include a 1 year warranty, plus the option to extend annually for a further 2 years. We would also like the option to extend the warranty on an annual basis, for additional years. If additional funding becomes available, we may also wish to enhance the facility further.

This contract has not been divided into lots due to the technical nature meaning we will require the same supplier who supplies the Powerwall, to also install and maintain this new facility.

Supply and installation of a 3D Immersive Virtual Reality Facility (Powerwall).

Coventry University | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 28, 2016
cpvs
32322000, 48500000, 72212520, 48520000, 72212500

Supported by the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Coventry University will be opening the National Transport Design Centre (NTDC) at its Technology Park in spring 2017. The centre will focus on design research, post-graduate education and industry engagement, both with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the transport sector (automotive, rail, marine and aerospace), suppliers in those sectors and potential new entrants. The facility will be equipped with industrial standard, state-of-the-art equipment, to ensure that NTDC can offer high quality design solutions, both physical and virtual, based on the outcomes of Coventry University's design research. One of the key facilities will be a 3D immersive VR environment, otherwise known generically as a ‘Powerwall’. This facility will provide the centre with the ability to display, interrogate and manipulate computer generated models in a virtual 3D environment.

We have a budget of between GBP 150 000 and GBP 220 000 (excluding VAT). For this budget we require the supply, installation, training and an on-going warranty: to include a 1 year warranty, plus the option to extend annually for a further 2 years. We would also like the option to extend the warranty on an annual basis, for additional years. If additional funding becomes available, we may also wish to enhance the facility further.

This contract has not been divided into lots due to the technical nature meaning we will require the same supplier who supplies the Powerwall, to also install and maintain this new facility.

Very Light Rail Vehicle (VLR) Project - AWARD

 | Published December 7, 2015
Winner
Magnomatics Limited
cpvs
34000000

The University of Warwick Warwick Manufacturing Group has the following project requirement. This project involves the design of two identical bogies for a railcar. Each bogie has its own self-contained series-hybrid drive system. Construction of a full railcar demonstrator is the final deliverable of the project. At this stage in the project we require a single bogie solution, i.e. a single engine, single generator, single energy storage system and two traction motors. Operation of railway vehicles over a wide network in varying environmental conditions creates a harsh operating situation and reliability of components is a priority. Therefore, we require the supplier to have a proven record of accomplishment in the design, development, and construction of generators and resulting generator-set for mobile applications that operate in harsh environments. Such environments include continuous vibration of varying intensity; high vertical acceleration loads (up to 100g); diverse weather conditions such as high winds, snow, severe temperature variation, and wet conditions; and severe restrictions on electromagnetic interference. Vehicles that encounter these operating conditions may be found in the military or aerospace sector in addition to the railway industry. This tender comprises of three lots; • Lot 1 Supply of 1 Generator/Starter and Assembly of a Diesel Engine Generator-Set • Lot 2 Supply of a Direct-Drive Traction Package Consisting of 2 Motors • Lot 3 Supply of Batteries and Battery Management System and Integration into an Energy Storage System This is an BELOW EU threshold tender All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the University of Warwick In-Tend system (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick) via the “Correspondence” functionality. Failure to do so may result in the correspondence being excluded from the tender procedure. After expressing an interest in this project you will be able to download the full tender document set within 24 hours. All bids must be received by midday 14/07/15.

Very Light Rail Vehicle (VLR) Project

 | Published December 7, 2015
Winner
Magtec
cpvs
34000000

The University of Warwick Warwick Manufacturing Group has the following project requirement. This project involves the design of two identical bogies for a railcar. Each bogie has its own self-contained series-hybrid drive system. Construction of a full railcar demonstrator is the final deliverable of the project. At this stage in the project we require a single bogie solution, i.e. a single engine, single generator, single energy storage system and two traction motors. Operation of railway vehicles over a wide network in varying environmental conditions creates a harsh operating situation and reliability of components is a priority. Therefore, we require the supplier to have a proven record of accomplishment in the design, development, and construction of generators and resulting generator-set for mobile applications that operate in harsh environments. Such environments include continuous vibration of varying intensity; high vertical acceleration loads (up to 100g); diverse weather conditions such as high winds, snow, severe temperature variation, and wet conditions; and severe restrictions on electromagnetic interference. Vehicles that encounter these operating conditions may be found in the military or aerospace sector in addition to the railway industry. This tender comprises of three lots; • Lot 1 Supply of 1 Generator/Starter and Assembly of a Diesel Engine Generator-Set • Lot 2 Supply of a Direct-Drive Traction Package Consisting of 2 Motors • Lot 3 Supply of Batteries and Battery Management System and Integration into an Energy Storage System This is an BELOW EU threshold tender All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the University of Warwick In-Tend system (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick) via the “Correspondence” functionality. Failure to do so may result in the correspondence being excluded from the tender procedure. After expressing an interest in this project you will be able to download the full tender document set within 24 hours. All bids must be received by midday 14/07/15.

The supply of Maintenance, Repair and Operating Items.

Severn Trent Water Limited | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Hayley Group Plc1257303, Brammer UK569290, Rexel UK Limited Trading as Newey and Eyre434724, RS Components Ltd1002091
cpvs
44000000, 31521000, 44520000, 44530000, 44165100, 31220000, 42677000, 33760000, 42651000, 44550000, 34928000, 44523300, 43830000, 44510000, 44114000, 44811000, 34927100, 31711100, 44440000, 44511000, 44512000, 31440000, 44321000, 33711900, 44425200, 44113000, 39830000, 43328100, 31681400, 42950000, 44514000, 44540000, 44167100, 34312500

The supply of Maintenance, Repair and Operating Items which includes all tools, materials and consumables (maintenance spares) supporting the maintenance and repair of assets in a variety of operational environments, required to cover the whole of the Severn Trent Water geographical area. Framework agreement with one or multiple operators. The framework may be awarded as individual lots or as a combination of lots. There will be 2 lots under this framework. Suppliers can bid for any lot. Severn Trent Water reserves the right to make a partial award/bundle lots as required. The duration of the framework will be for a maximum of 7 years comprising of an initial award of 2 years with an option to extend for a maximum of 5 years. Please note that suppliers must have the capability to deliver at least 60 % of Severn Trent Waters requirements for the lot/s bidding for, this will be assessed at PQQ stage.

Item Writing Framework for the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) from 2016.

Department for Education | Published October 3, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). The STA's main functions are to: — develop high quality and rigorous DfE tests and assessments in line with Ministerial policy; — undertake operational delivery of DfE tests and assessment (including printing, distribution, marking and data capture of tests as appropriate); and — support schools, test centres and other stakeholders to deliver DfE tests and assessments. STA is responsible for developing and delivering the national curriculum tests and assessments and ensuring their proper and safe production and administration. These assessments operate across Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and key stages 1, 2 and 3 and are used by a wide range of maintained and other schools. STA is also responsible for developing and delivering Professional Skills Tests for prospective teachers. Further information about STA and the national curriculum tests and assessments can be found at www.education.gov.uk/assessments. Description of the contract. STA wish to establish an Item Writing Framework of suitably experienced suppliers to develop items (test questions) and mark schemes for a range of DfE assessments. STA plan to establish the framework agreement by April 2016 and it will operate for a maximum of four years. Currently, STA procures new items for key stage 1 and key stage 2 National Curriculum Tests (English reading; English grammar, punctuation and spelling; and mathematics at key stage 1. Those same subjects plus science at key stage 2), and items for the on-screen Professional Skills Tests for Prospective Teachers (for Literacy and Numeracy). As new items are required, suppliers on the framework will be invited to submit invitations to quote (ITQs) on a project by project basis to secure call-off contracts. The total value of the work over the maximum term of 4 years is expected to be between 500 000 GBP and 5 000 000 GBP Scheduled date for start of award procedures. The framework should be established in April 2016, with the first ITQs for work being published in late summer. The required services include (but are not limited to): General. — Project Management, — Management Information, — Security, — Equalities, — Business Continuity, — Financial Requirements, — Resources, — Quality Assurance, — Exit and Transition. Technical. — drafting items for DfE assessments. Each item or group of items is to be accompanied by an appropriate mark scheme, — informally trialling items with appropriate age range / ability groups to derive qualitative data on item performance, — reviewing, refining and amending the items as a result of informal trialling, expert review, or any other feedback provided by STA/DfE, — identifying applicable metadata for each item as defined in the specific work requests, — providing details of any third party copyright owners for any source material used within their items, — small-scale printing, — presentation of items in defined templates (DTP). Indicative key dates. Date Event 4.10.2015 Prior Information Notice (PIN) published. 20.10.2015 Supplier briefing to be held. The briefing will provide the opportunity for all to input to the specification in an open and safe environment which will encourage innovative thinking based on outcomes rather than inputs, and enable dialogue with potential suppliers to capture innovative ideas, ask and answer questions. 27.10.2015 Contract will be advertised in OJEU and Contracts Finder. 11.12.2015 Response to Tender to be submitted to DfE. 22.3.2016 Notification of framework to suppliers. 26.4.2016 Contract(s) award(s) and signatures. Disclaimers and conditions: No information contained on the DfE website, this notice or in any commu

Tribometer for material characterisation in high temperature environments and a Raman Spectrometer for Surface chemical Characterization and integration into other characterisation equipment.

The University of Warwick | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
RTEC-Instruments
cpvs
38000000, 38433000

The University of Warwick. Warwick Manufacturing Group, has a requirement for equipment to be used in the evaluation of surface treatments and coatings for high temperature tribological applications comprising of the following 2 lots: Lot 1 Tribometer; Lot 2 Raman Spectrometer. Please refer to http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick for further information. You will be able to download the full tender documents from this site. Any queries in relation to this requirement should be directed to the University of Warwick via the correspondence functionality of our e-tendering system. Failure to do so may result in queries being excluded from the procedure. This is an above EU threshold tender. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the University of Warwick In-Tend system (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick) via the ‘Correspondence’ functionality. Failure to do so may result in the correspondence being excluded from the tender procedure. After expressing an interest in this project you will be able to download the full tender document set within 24 hours. All bids must be received by 12:00, 6.7.2015.

Tribometer for material characterisation in high temperature environments and a Raman Spectrometer f

The University of Warwick | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
RTEC-Instruments
cpvs
38000000, 38433000

The University of Warwick. Warwick Manufacturing Group, has a requirement for equipment to be used in the evaluation of surface treatments and coatings for high temperature tribological applications comprising of the following 2 lots: Lot 1 Tribometer; Lot 2 Raman Spectrometer. Please refer to http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick for further information. You will be able to download the full tender documents from this site. Any queries in relation to this requirement should be directed to the University of Warwick via the correspondence functionality of our e-tendering system. Failure to do so may result in queries being excluded from the procedure. This is an above EU threshold tender. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the University of Warwick In-Tend system (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick) via the ‘Correspondence’ functionality. Failure to do so may result in the correspondence being excluded from the tender procedure. After expressing an interest in this project you will be able to download the full tender document set within 24 hours. All bids must be received by 12:00, 6.7.2015.

Amplified ultrafast laser and optional parametric amplifiers CJ-07-15-PHY-ULTRAFASTLASER-JL.

The University of Warwick | Published October 9, 2015
Winner
Newport Spectra Physics Ltd
cpvs
38000000, 38636100

The University of Warwick, Physics Department, has a requirement for a state-of-the-art laser system, associated equipment and software for ultrafast spectroscopy. All of the equipment is to be provided with minimum technical anomalies and high accuracy, having a demonstrable track record of high performance and reliability within an academic environment. Please refer to http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick for further information. You will be able to download the full tender documents from this site. Any queries in relation to this requirement should be directed to the University of Warwick via the correspondence functionality of our e-tendering system. Failure to do so may result in queries being excluded from the procedure. This is an above EU threshold tender. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the University of Warwick In-Tend system (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick) via the ‘Correspondence’ functionality. Failure to do so may result in the correspondence being excluded from the tender procedure. After expressing an interest in this project you will be able to download the full tender document set within 24 hours. All bids must be received by midday 17.8.2015.

Warwick International Foundation Programme.

University of Warwick | Published August 5, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80300000

This is an open tender procurement exercise on behalf of the University of Warwick for the Warwick Internal Foundation Programme provision for the period of 5 years (commencing September 2016). Students will follow a curriculum designed to prepare them for their future undergraduate studies. With an academic programme approved and owned by the University of Warwick, they will have full confidence in the rigor and applicability of their course. Our partner(s) will play a key role in curriculum development and review — by working directly with link academics to keep the course(s) fresh and relevant. Successful partners will be expected to provide: 1. A minimum of 27 hours per week of face-to-face teaching over a 25 week teaching programme (in addition to 5 weeks dedicated to final summative examinations and revision) 2. A broad range of approved modules from the fields of natural and social science and the humanities 3. A range of teaching methods, including lectures, seminars (in groups no larger than 15), tutorials (in groups 2-5) and one-to-one sessions 4. Laboratory based study where appropriate 5. Innovative teaching employing a range of pedagogical styles and modern ICT resources 6. A virtual learning environment 7. Utilisation of University of Warwick facilities, with at least 15 % of all teaching time spent at the University of Warwick with partner-provided tutors teaching on-site.
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