Call +44 800 9755 164

Public tenders for environment in Dumfries United Kingdom

Find all Environment tenders in the world.
Finding business opportunities has never been easier.

Results for environment. Make a new search!

Hair, Beauty and Childcare refurbishment Program

Dumfries and Galloway College | Published July 3, 2015
Winner
Wagstaff Interiors Group
cpvs
391010, 399999

Dumfries and Galloway college are looking to modernise our Hair,Beauty and Childcare Facilities. This encompasses removal and reinstatement of partition walling and electrical & mechanical systems, flooring etc,to change the dynamics of the learning environment for our students. The works are being offered to a main contractor who will in turn bring in all trades as required. The college is aware of the tight time frame allocated to this project therefore only contractors with proven resources should apply.

Hair, Beauty and Childcare refurbishment Program

Dumfries and Galloway College | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
cpvs
391010, 399999

Dumfries and Galloway college are looking to modernise our Hair,Beauty and Childcare Facilities. This encompasses removal and reinstatement of partition walling and electrical & mechanical systems, flooring etc,to change the dynamics of the learning environment for our students. The works are being offered to a main contractor who will in turn bring in all trades as required. The college is aware of the tight time frame allocated to this project therefore only contractors with proven resources should apply.

Security Service for DGHP Supported Housing Project at Holm Park View

Dumfries & Galloway Housing Partnership Ltd. | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
Vigilant Security (Scotland) Ltd
cpvs
329999

The service will provide safety and security staff on site out-of-hours at DGHP’s 10 unit supported housing project. The average security hours required are 92 per week. The residents at the development are young looked after/care leavers. The key feature of the service is to maintain general safety and security to ensure a safe environment for the young people and wider community.

Dumfries and Galloway Tourism Commission

Dumfries and Galloway Council | Published January 5, 2015
Winner
Lj Research Ltd
cpvs
151000, 159999

Tourism has been identified as a key sector for our region. Current Council resources include a dedicated lead officer for tourism, alignment through the South of Scotland Business Competitiveness Project and business advice and support is also provided through the Council’s Business Gateway Service. Dumfries & Galloway Council has a Regional Tourism Strategy (RTS) with annual action plans developed through the RTS steering group. This process has identified a number of gaps in information to support the development of tourism in Dumfries & Galloway. To address these, a commission with a value of no more than £26k per annum would seek to address these gaps. These services are being commissioned by Planning and Environment Service /Economic Development and the tender process will be managed by the Procurement Team. The initial contract will be for one year however this may be extended by two further periods of one year each depending on satisfactory performance by the supplier and continuing budget availability (1 + 1 + 1). The Contract will be for a maximum of three years in total. The key objectives of this commission are currently as follows although these may be reviewed through the period of the contract depending on the focus of the commission:- Provide support for the tourism sector by: Gathering statistical information to support inward investment Developing a monitor for local accommodation occupancy levels / trading data Administering and delivering a business confidence monitor Creating an annual tourism development plan for inward investment Reviewing the tourism strategy action plan

Critical Care IT System

The Common Services Agency (more commonly known as NHS National Services Scotland) ("the Authority") | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
72500000, 72260000, 48000000

This tender is for the provision of a Critical Care Information System to be introduced initially in the existing NHS Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and then transferred to the new Hospital. The existing Intensive care Unit is a 6 bedded unit and each bed space has the facility to provide mechanical ventilation, cardiac output monitoring and renal replacement therapy. The new hospital will comprise of a 17 bedded Critical Care Complex unit which will combine all our current critical care beds into one unit. Each bed space must be able to respond to changes in patient numbers and dependency so all HDU beds are provided with the same level of facility so that they can become ICU beds if required. The implemented system would be expected to: - provides accurate recording of clinical monitoring to insure early recognition of changes to a patient’s condition - accurately collects data for audit purpose - includes electronic drug record designed for a critical care environment to reduce drug errors - provides a system that prompts us to follow clinical bundles when treating patients - presents clinical data to the user effectively so that a correct treatment plan can be formulated efficiently - allows accurate clinical handovers of our complex patients to occur - can be used in both ICU and HDU patients The successful supplier will be expected to provide the software, implement and support the system throughout Scotland, plus provide training to users of the system. The system must be supported for a minimum of seven years from the project completion date. CPV: 72500000, 72260000, 48000000.

Critical Care IT System.

NHS Dumfries and Galloway Health Board | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
72500000, 72260000, 48000000

This tender is for the provision of a Critical Care Information System to be introduced initially in the existing NHS Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and then transferred to the new Hospital. The existing Intensive care Unit is a 6 bedded unit and each bed space has the facility to provide mechanical ventilation, cardiac output monitoring and renal replacement therapy. The new hospital will comprise of a 17 bedded Critical Care Complex unit which will combine all our current critical care beds into one unit. Each bed space must be able to respond to changes in patient numbers and dependency so all HDU beds are provided with the same level of facility so that they can become ICU beds if required. The implemented system would be expected to: — provides accurate recording of clinical monitoring to insure early recognition of changes to a patient's condition, — accurately collects data for audit purpose, — includes electronic drug record designed for a critical care environment to reduce drug errors, — provides a system that prompts us to follow clinical bundles when treating patients, — presents clinical data to the user effectively so that a correct treatment plan can be formulated efficiently, — allows accurate clinical handovers of our complex patients to occur, — can be used in both ICU and HDU patients. The successful supplier will be expected to provide the software, implement and support the system throughout Scotland, plus provide training to users of the system. The system must be supported for a minimum of seven years from the project completion date. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=421811 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Laggan Burn Restoration Project

Nith Restoration Pilot Scheme | Published March 8, 2017
Winner
Arup
cpvs

Pilot catchment project background SEPA is delivering a funded pilot catchment project which aims to work with local landowners and land managers on a voluntary basis to demonstrate how improvements to river habitats can be combined with measures to help reduce flood risk. The project is focusing on five catchments across Scotland, in order to trial this approach in different geographic contexts: -River Dee; -River South Esk; -River Nith; and -Glazert Water (part of the River Kelvin catchment). -River Leven (Fife) The work has been divided into four broad components: 1) catchment selection; 2) identification and prioritisation of restoration/natural flood management (NFM) opportunities; 3) landowner engagement and measures design, and 4) implementation. Stakeholder engagement is a fundamental element running throughout all phases. At the end of the project we want to be able to demonstrate the effectiveness of the approach, have a model which can be used in future projects, and use the findings to inform the future development of river basin and flood risk management plans. Identification and prioritisation of restoration/NFM opportunities has been undertaken within each of the catchments listed above, and we have a catchment plan for restoration. The project is currently working on 18 water bodies across the five catchments. Laggan Burn Background to the Laggan Burn Scoping Scoping of the River Nith catchment was undertaken by cbec, Mott MacDonald and Walking the Talk in 2013. This work resulted in the Laggan Burn (WBID 10633) being re-classified at poor ecological status and identified as a priority for action. The final scoping report can be accessed here1. Landowner engagement Landowner engagement was undertaken by Walking the Talk in September 2014. Landowner support was obtained for the majority of landowners in reaches 2-4. However, three landowners within reaches 2-4 were either not contactable or not known. At the time of the original landowner engagement the two landowners in reach 1 were not interested. However, follow-up engagement undertaken by the Nith District Salmon Fishery Board (NDSFB) in December 2015 has secured landowner support for reach 1. Options appraisal An options appraisal was undertaken by Envirocentre in May 2015. The options appraisal report is attached as supplementary information. As buy-in from the reach 1 landowners had not been obtained the options appraisal focused solely on reaches 2-4. These initial project phases were led by SEPA. However, design and subsequent works phases are being led by NDSFB, a statutory organisation who “may execute such works as may appear expedient for the protection or improvement of the fisheries within their district”. It is considered that the Laggan restoration project will contribute to the delivery of fisheries improvements within NDSFB’s jurisdiction and result in overall improvements in the aquatic environment of the River Nith catchment. This project aims to implement measures to achieve good ecological status and deliver NFM benefits. It will act as a demonstration to promote wider uptake of channel restoration measures across the River Nith catchment. Detailed design This contract concerns detailed design, preparation of groundworks contract documentation, project management of groundworks and site supervision during groundworks.
  • 1
Categories
  United KingdomDumfries - Show all cities