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T14/3454 Provision of Rapid Prototyping Equipment and Associated Consumables

Northumbria University | Published October 19, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015

Under the STEM project the Faculty of Engineering and Environment wish to expand the provision of rapid prototyping equipment and as such are looking for a partner or multiple partners to provide equipment, consumables, training and ongoing support for the duration of the Contract.

T14/3455 Purchase of a 5 Axis CNC Machining Centre

University of Northumbria | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015

The Northumbria University STEM project aims to create and equip new, purpose built laboratories and teaching facilities within the Faculty of Engineering and Environment. The supply of a 5 Axis CNC Machining Centre is one of the key deliverables under the STEM Project. Further information including the technical specification can be found in the tender documentation located at

NHS Leeds CCGs.: Dermatology & BCC AQP

NHS Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017

Aims and objectives of service Dermatology The objectives of the service are to :- • Ensure patients are seen and treated in an environment most appropriate to their needs.  Be responsive to the individual, including those with special needs, e.g. learning disabilities or visual impairment • Educate patients with long term skin conditions so that they understand the causes, trigger factors and lifestyle choices available to them • Empower patients to manage their condition independently, knowing when to seek further help, thus reducing their need for specialist care • Ensure a child-friendly environment and flexible appointment system to meet the needs of patients and carers • Ensure joined up, clinically effective patient care and pathways across the whole health community. • Facilitate the development of innovative approaches to service provision such as email consultations, tele-dermatology text, phone or web based solutions • Deliver a service which has the ability to flex its resource base to meet capacity • Deliver appropriate referrals into specialist providers. Aims and objectives of service BCC The aim of the service is to commission a diagnosis and treatment service for low risk BCC. The Improving Outcomes for People with Skin Tumours including Melanoma, NICE guidance on Cancer Services stipulates the models of care for clinical triage of BCC’s. For the purpose of this service specification Model 1 Practitioners has been selected. The services will: • Ensure equitable, timely and appropriate access • Provide services that are the best value for money • Ensure patients are seen and treated in a safe environment most appropriate to their care needs • Deliver a cohesive and seamless pathway based on patient need • Facilitate the shift of services closer to home through development and innovation • Provide a streamlined patient referral processes

Multi-Channel CRM Consultancy Partner

Durham University | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015

Durham University is seeking to appoint a supplier partner who has demonstrable experience at other UK Universities (or establishments of a similar size and structure) in the design and delivery of the proposed solution. The partner will have an understanding of student recruitment and admissions processes and draw on this knowledge and expertise to correctly configure and setup: 1) Microsoft Dynamics CRM to support contact management and process workflows. 2) Applicant data integration with core University systems to optimise process workflows. 3) An integrated applicant/agent/staff portal environment. 4) Admissions process reporting data.

HEFCE STEM Phase 2 Construction Works

Northumbria University | Published October 1, 2015

In 2014 The faculty of Engineering and Environment secured match funding from Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), as part of its GBP200 million scheme to increase high-quality Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students. The University will use the GBP6.7 million investment to create world-class teaching and research STEM facilities at its city campus, including new specialist laboratories and technology.This is the second phase of the construction works centred around the conversion of 2 lecture theatres to Automotive laboratories and the refurbishment of existing labs. Works must commence in March 2016 and complete in September 2016.

Contract for design, supply and installation of play equipment at Hamsterley Forest, County Durham

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
Infinite Playgrounds

The Forestry Commission is inviting tenders for the design, supply and installation of children’s play equipment for Hamsterley Forest. The equipment will occupy four specified sites along the forest’s new ‘Play Trail’. The successful bidder will submit designs for equipment constructed of robinia timber and designed with the consideration of the aesthetics provided by the backdrop of a forest environment. In addition, the proposed design should enable engagement with as wide an audience as possible and be robust enough to be able to cope with high levels of use. Installation of the supplied equipment will be undertaken by a suitably qualified and competent contractor or sub-contractor and all works completed by 31 March 2016. Please express your interest in this tender to Richard Gilchrist by email or in writing by Monday 9 November 2015 to allow us to notify you of any questions and answers we may receive.

livin Futures Pathways Schools and Youth Work

Livin Housing Limited | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015

livin has for five years invested in links and projects with local primary schools throughout our core operating area and view primary schools as vital to sustaining communities and improving the lives of families. Success historically has been achieved through family learning, breakfast clubs and other projects in primary schools. This commission will continue to progress and build on this track record. Youth engagement is essential in area based regeneration schemes where it is identified as a particular issue through our local knowledge and community plans. A minimum of three regular and attended youth interventions should be delivered in three communities at any one time in targeted regeneration communities. livin also recognises the importance of supporting local stakeholders such as secondary schools in improving communities. Innovative programmes and initiatives are sought that can deliver in the pre-school environment and primary schools settings that will improve family relationships as well as act as a pathway to further improvement in learning and employment for children and adults, project based youth work with an emphasis on health, mental wellbeing and skill development, and support the national curriculum, adding value to schools. livin's success is based upon excellent partnership working. It is expected that partners will embrace local partnership working, and have a demonstrable track record of successful and fruitful partnership working.

UKSBSRE150500 - North East England 2 Deep Borehole Project

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
Magpie Environmental Drilling Services Limited

The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), through its centre/survey the British Geological Survey (BGS – known hereafter as “The Authority”), invites tenders for the provision of drilling and (possible) other site services to support project monitoring and research activities. The purpose of the project is to improve the understanding of movement of fluids and possible chemical changes in aquifers and overlying strata. It is planned that the work shall be carried out at one site to the south of Pickering, around Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire. If the preferred site is not accessible to The Authority, any alternative site shall be in the area of a radius of approximately 5 miles of the above. At the site, two boreholes shall be required to provide: a. Improved understanding of the underlying geology and limestone/sandstone aquifers, b. Sample cuttings from the borehole to be sub-sampled and processed, c. Access to the underlying bedrock to enable aquifer properties to be determined by geophysical logging, packer testing, and hydrochemical analyses. d. The completed boreholes to be used as monitoring boreholes for scientific purposes. It is planned to drill the boreholes from Ground Level (GL) up to a Total Depth (TD) of approximately 250 and 370 metres (see Section 4 below and “Site Conditions”). The borehole at up to 250m depth will penetrate the Corallian limestone or Kellaways towards its base, with a 20m open hole section. The deeper up to 370m borehole will penetrate the Corallian or Kellaways Formation, below the Oxford Clay, with a 20m open hole section from approximately 10m below the Oxford Clay contact. On reaching TD they shall be reamed in the lower limestone/sandstone sections, cleaned, logged for geophysical parameters, (possibly packer-tested) and completed, all in a continuous sequence. Suitably specified permanent casing will be required to prevent collapse above the specified open hole section. The relevant competent limestone/sandstone section of the borehole may then be left as an open-hole monitoring borehole, completed (both downhole and at surface) according an agreed secure standard pattern .

GB-Stockton: PS226-8.15 Pathology Environmental Monitoring System

North Tees & Hartlepool NHS Trust | Published November 16, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015

Supply, installation and commissioning of a Pathology Environmental Monitoring System
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