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Environment Agency - South West MEICA Framework

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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51100000

The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets. This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) services including: • Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM); • Provision of a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and • Project Works (PW).

Environment Agency - Wheeled Remote Controlled Embankment Cutters

 | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline April 8, 2016
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16310000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the supply of wheel remote embankment cutters to work in small restricted areas and on narrow 30-55 degree slopes bordering watercourses throughout England.

UOE/2014/055 — High Performance Computing Environment.

University of Exeter | Published January 7, 2016
Winner
OCF PLC Ltd
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30211100

Super computer. Super computer. Computer-related services. Technical computer support services. The University of Exeter seeks to replace and expand its current High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities. The University has substantial research ambitions that necessitate access to improved HPC infrastructure in order to conduct a range of numerical and data intensive research activities. The new multi-discipline HPC environment will ultimately replace many existing HPC facilities and will become the primary environment for HPC activity across all campuses at the institution. It is one element of a wider research computing environment, which is developing to accommodate the evolving aspirations and requirements of all research disciplines. This broad remit, including but extending beyond the traditional physics and engineering user base, is a key feature of the new environment. This tender process will be used to identify a suitable Supplier to replace the University' sexisting HPC facility and work with the University to develop its future HPC capacity. The University's aim isto build on an initial base design in a modular approach during the initial contract period (and subsequent extensions if taken) when new environment's (such as the GBP 50 000 000 Living Systems development)come on line to provide increased HPC capacity in the desired form. Collaboration with GW4 partners (Bath,Cardiff and Bristol Universities); along with the successful leveraging of research funding will also provide funding to allow the University to grow its HPC capacity via this contract. It is critically important that the chosen Supplier is able to offer both a holistic solution, and is capable of both providing the initial base design and the staged potential growth of the HPC system to a much bigger system. The Supplier will be responsible for the installation, commissioning and acceptance testing, and ongoing support and maintenance of the system for the life of the contract. The Supplier will be willing to commit to specific delivery dates, performance levels and will be able to offer opportunities for partnership and innovation in the HPC field.

UOE/2014/055 — High Performance Computing Environment.

University of Exeter | Published January 10, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
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30211100, 72500000, 72611000

Super computer. Computer-related services. Technical computer support services. The University of Exeter seeks to replace and expand its current High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities. The University has substantial research ambitions that necessitate access to improved HPC infrastructure in order to conduct a range of numerical and data intensive research activities. The new multi-discipline HPC environment will ultimately replace many existing HPC facilities and will become the primary environment for HPC activity across all campuses at the institution. It is one element of a wider research computing environment, which is developing to accommodate the evolving aspirations and requirements of all research disciplines. This broad remit, including but extending beyond the traditional physics and engineering user base, is a key feature of the new environment. This tender process will be used to identify a suitable Supplier to replace the University's existing HPC facility and work with the University to develop its future HPC capacity. The University's aim is to build on an initial base design in a modular approach during the initial contract period (and subsequent extensions if taken) when new environment's (such as the GBP 50 000 000 Living Systems development) come on line to provide increased HPC capacity in the desired form. Collaboration with GW4 partners (Bath, Cardiff and Bristol Universities); along with the successful leveraging of research funding will also provide funding to allow the University to grow its HPC capacity via this contract. It is critically important that the chosen Supplier is able to offer both a holistic solution, and is capable of both providing the initial base design and the staged potential growth of the HPC system to a much bigger system. The Supplier will be responsible for the installation, commissioning and acceptance testing, and ongoing support and maintenance of the system for the life of the contract. The Supplier will be willing to commit to specific delivery dates, performance levels and will be able to offer opportunities for partnership and innovation in the HPC field.

Environment Agency - Contract to Provide Consultancy Support to Fleet Operations

 | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
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73210000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for general fleet management consultancy support, to provide fleet industry research, expertise and support.

Scientific Processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE).

Met Office | Published March 6, 2015
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30210000

Scientific Processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE).

Met Office's Scientific Processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE) Project.

Met Office | Published September 30, 2015
Winner
Silicon Graphics Ltd
cpvs
30210000

The Met Office is a trading fund within the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, operating on a commercial basis under set targets. As the UK's National Weather Service it provides a range of weather and climate services to a large number of public and private sector organisations. It also represents the UK within the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and plays a prominent role in international meteorology. As a result of a recent supercomputer upgrade the Met Office is looking to upgrade its Scientific Post-processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE) in order to deliver a replacement of existing hardware and storage capabilities, and a radical change in middleware and toolsets that will enable science to perform more efficiently making better use of available compute and storage resources. The intent is the provision of a highly capable and scalable compute installation which will enable a range of non-HPC scientific data processing, including capability for post processing of model outputs, Research and Development activities, Collaborative work and routine administration including code building and the preparation of data for visualisation. The Met Office currently plans that this replacement SPICE environment be commissioned and accepted autumn / winter 2015. The Met Office will be seeking a defined product solution as opposed to building the system ourselves; therefore interested parties must recognise this fact. Bid documentation is available on-line through the Met Office's eTendering portal accessed through the following URL: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/contracts

Met Office's Scientific Processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE) Project.

Met Office | Published May 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
cpvs
30210000

The Met Office is a trading fund within the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, operating on a commercial basis under set targets. As the UK's National Weather Service it provides a range of weather and climate services to a large number of public and private sector organisations. It also represents the UK within the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and plays a prominent role in international meteorology. As a result of a recent supercomputer upgrade the Met Office is looking to upgrade its Scientific Post-processing and Intensive Compute Environment (SPICE) in order to deliver a replacement of existing hardware and storage capabilities, and a radical change in middleware and toolsets that will enable science to perform more efficiently making better use of available compute and storage resources. The intent is the provision of a highly capable and scalable compute installation which will enable a range of non-HPC scientific data processing, including capability for post processing of model outputs, Research and Development activities, Collaborative work and routine administration including code building and the preparation of data for visualisation. The Met Office currently plans that this replacement SPICE environment be commissioned and accepted autumn/winter 2015. The Met Office will be seeking a defined product solution as opposed to building the system ourselves; therefore interested parties must recognise this fact. Bid documentation is available on-line through the Met Office's eTendering portal accessed through the following URL: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/contracts

Super computer

University of Exeter | Published January 10, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
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30211100, 72500000, 72611000

Super computer. Computer-related services. Technical computer support services. The University of Exeter seeks to replace and expand its current High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities. The University has substantial research ambitions that necessitate access to improved HPC infrastructure in order to conduct a range of numerical and data intensive research activities. The new multi-discipline HPC environment will ultimately replace many existing HPC facilities and will become the primary environment for HPC activity across all campuses at the institution. It is one element of a wider research computing environment, which is developing to accommodate the evolving aspirations and requirements of all research disciplines. This broad remit, including but extending beyond the traditional physics and engineering user base, is a key feature of the new environment. This tender process will be used to identify a suitable Supplier to replace the University's existing HPC facility and work with the University to develop its future HPC capacity. The University's aim is to build on an initial base design in a modular approach during the initial contract period (and subsequent extensions if taken) when new environment's (such as the GBP 50 000 000 Living Systems development) come on line to provide increased HPC capacity in the desired form. Collaboration with GW4 partners (Bath, Cardiff and Bristol Universities); along with the successful leveraging of research funding will also provide funding to allow the University to grow its HPC capacity via this contract. It is critically important that the chosen Supplier is able to offer both a holistic solution, and is capable of both providing the initial base design and the staged potential growth of the HPC system to a much bigger system. The Supplier will be responsible for the installation, commissioning and acceptance testing, and ongoing support and maintenance of the system for the life of the contract. The Supplier will be willing to commit to specific delivery dates, performance levels and will be able to offer opportunities for partnership and innovation in the HPC field.

Environment Agency - Tolgus Accommodation

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
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45000000

This project is to demolish existing and design and build new office at our Tolgus Depot, which will enhance operational capability, as well as the working environment of the staff.

Environment Agency - National Framework for the Service, Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (SIMAR) of construction and agricultural Plant and commercial vehicles

 | Published March 7, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
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50100000

The Environment Agency requires the services of an organisation who is able to manage the service, inspection, maintenance and repair of its fleet of construction and agricultural equipment and ancillary plant equipment, e.g. 4x4 tractors ranging from 45bhp to 180bhp, excavators ranging from 1.5 tonnes to 24 tonnes and associated attachments, and commercial vehicles e.g. 4 x 4s, vans and HGVs, throughout England and Wales. The supplier should be able to demonstrate good geographical coverage and competence levels.

Environment Agency - Automated Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer System

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
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38900000

Supply of an automated system comprising of a Gas Chromotograph and a Quadropole Mass Spectrometer detector. Capable of analysing trace levels of Di-2-(ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) in environmental aqueous matrices.

Environment Agency - NLS Specialist M&E Support Framework

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016
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50710000

Provision of specialist M&E & building services to NLS laboratories.

Environment Agency - Refurbishment of Laboratory Air Handling System

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
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44000000

Refurbishment of an existing Air Handling System sited at the Environment Agency's NLS Nottingham Laboratory. Principal works include alterations to the existing air handler's structure and performance along with the supply and replacement of the existing gas fired heater unit with a modern alternative unit.

CPQ1482-17 North Devon Link Road project: Environmental Impact Assessment - Cultural Heritage/Historic Environment

Devon County Council | Published September 25, 2017  -  Deadline August 25, 2017
Winner
Cotswold Archaeology
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71313400

The overall aim of this procurement is to select a supplier who will: a) Carry out a Historic Environmental Assessment fit for the purpose of an EIA process according to latest best practice guidelines; b) Ensure the Historic Environment chapter of the Environment Statement can be relied upon by decision-makers and that it is accurate, succinct, objective, focused on the key issues and easy to understand; c) Work alongside engineers and other environmental contributors to ensure that the results of the assessment inform the design proposals as part of an iterative process, leading to a final proposed design of a good quality that mitigates adverse environmental effects to acceptable levels and maximises opportunities for beneficial effects on the character, quality and function of the area as far as practicable; d) Take account of the views of people affected, including statutory and non-statutory consultees as part of the planning process.

Environment Agency - Contract for the supply of weed cutting boats and associated equipment

 | Published March 29, 2016  -  Deadline May 17, 2016
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16000000

Contract for the supply of weed cutting boats and associated equipment.

Hydrology Training Programme - Environment Agency

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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80000000

Delivery of the EA's Hydrology Training Programme. Full details can be found in the Request for Quotation attached to this notice.

Environment Agency - Supply of Temperature Monitoring System

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published November 1, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016
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38000000

Supply of temperature monitoring system.

Environment Agency - Lift Modernisation - NLS Nottingham Laboratory

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published June 15, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
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71000000

Modernisation of an existing passenger lift system to meet current Health, Safety and utility standards.

Environment Agency: Glazing - NLS Starcross Laboratory

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published June 19, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
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71000000

Replacement of existing single glazed windows with double glazed units.