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Repairs & Refurbishment of Alexandra Suspension Footbridge, Tain - Re-advertised

The Highland Council | Published March 31, 2015
Winner
Maclean & Speirs
cpvs
399999

Repairs and refurbishment of a single span suspension footbridge over the River Tain which has Category B Listed Building status. The works comprise investigations of the foundations, disassembly, refurbishment, renewal and re-assembly of bridge components as appropriate, to restore the bridge such that it has a satisfactory future lifespan. The bridge is sited on the edge of a nature conservation area of high importance and hence the works will require to minimise any impact on the natural environment. Off-site restoration of most components is expected to provide highest quality and minimise impact on the natural environment.

PP966 Helicopter and Pilot Services

Scottish Natural Heritage | Published May 27, 2016
Winner
PDG Helicopters
cpvs
35612300, 60424120, 34710000

Provision of Helicopter and Pilot services in support of the work on Deer management work, construction site works, staff transport and fire fighting for Scottish Natural Heritage, National Trust for Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland and the Association of Deer Management Groups.

PP966 Helicopter and Pilot Services

Scottish Natural Heritage | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
cpvs
35612300, 60424120, 34710000, 35612300, 60424120, 34710000, 35612300, 60424120, 34710000, 35612300, 60424120, 34710000

Provision of Helicopter and Pilot services in support of the work on Deer management work, construction site works, staff transport and fire fighting for Scottish Natural Heritage, National Trust for Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland and the Association of Deer Management Groups.
CPV: 35612300, 60424120, 34710000.

Greenspace Landscaping Works at New Craigs Hospital

NHS Highland | Published September 16, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
cpvs
241100, 241200, 241600, 249999, 391100, 391110, 399999

NHS Highland, in conjunction with the Green Exercise Partnership, plans to carry out a series of improvements to the grounds and landscaping at New Craigs Psychiatric Hospital in Inverness with the aim of improving the health and well being of staff, patients and the wider community through providing more opportunities for outdoor exercise and therapy, and general improvements to the external environment.

Building Maintenance Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published January 13, 2015
Winner
Mcfadyens Contractors (Campbeltown) Ltd, Bernard D Smith & Son, Gmr Henderson Builders Ltd
cpvs
391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 391100, 391110, 391111, 391112, 391113, 391200, 391210, 391211, 391212, 391213, 399999

The services to be provided under this contract consist of the provision of Building Maintenance Services on a day-to-day basis and Minor New Works, in order to maintain the operational buildings and associated infrastructure to a high standard of workmanship; to provide passengers, visitors and staff with a safe, secure environment; and to prolong the useful life of HIAL’s property assets.

Runway Maintenance Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published January 13, 2015
Winner
Gmr Henderson Builders Ltd
cpvs
391100, 391110, 391111, 391112, 391113, 391200, 391210, 391211, 391212, 391213, 399999

The services to be provided under this contract consist of the provision of day to day Maintenance, Repairs and Minor New Works to the runways and associated surfaces at HIAL’s airports, in order to maintain the operational infrastructure to a high standard of workmanship within the Airport boundary; to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies; to provide aircraft, passengers, visitors and staff with a safe, secure environment; and to prolong the useful life of HIAL’s property assets.

Award for ECSC0574 Duncan Forbes Primary School - Internal Alterations - New Toilets & Nursery

The Highland Council | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Bell Contracts
cpvs
391000, 391010

An award has been made for the construction of two new nursery classrooms, together with a whole school toilet refurbishment at Duncan Forbes Primary School, Inverness. Applicants should have had a proven track record and relevant experience to working within a live school environment. The works were for the construction of a new two class nursery within the existing building, together with phased whole school toilet refurbishment.

Kinnairdie Link Road - Council Buildings Junction Improvement, Dingwall

The Highland Council | Published October 6, 2015
Winner
Pat Munro (Alness) Ltd
cpvs
399999

The works are the first phase of the Kinnairdie Link Road Scheme and involve improvements to the junction of the A862 Newton Road and the A834 Burn Place near to the Council Offices in Dingwall. The existing carriageway surface of between 7.5 and 9.5m width is to be planed off over a length of 300m, the carriageway will be widened by up to 3m and resurfaced. Footways 2m wide are to be provided throughout and traffic signals replaced. Signs and street lights need to be relocated and drainage amended. The works involve working close to an intermediate gas main, BT and electricity cables. In addition traffic and pedestrian management in this urban environment is required.

Stornoway Airport - Gaydon Hangar Recladding

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
102300, 109999, 391000, 391012, 391213, 399999

This project is for the removal and replacement of the roof and gable ends cladding of the Gaydon Hangar at Stornoway Airport, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0BN. HIAL have appointed Royal Haskoning DHV (RHDHV) to develop design, information, specification and drawings for this contract. RHDHV will provide HIAL with technical and structural design support and CDM Co-ordinator duties throughout the PQQ, Tender and Construction phases. The Bidder shall be responsible for the product design, provision and erection of the proposed cladding system. The Bidder shall be suitably qualified and experienced to provide the requirements, whilst offering best value in the expenditure of public funds. All Works shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment. Further information and drawings on the scope is included in the PQQ Pack.

Kinnairdie Link Road - Council Buildings Junction Improvement, Dingwall

The Highland Council | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
399999

The works are the first phase of the Kinnairdie Link Road Scheme and involve improvements to the junction of the A862 Newton Road and the A834 Burn Place near to the Council Offices in Dingwall. The existing carriageway surface of between 7.5 and 9.5m width is to be planed off over a length of 300m, the carriageway will be widened by up to 3m and resurfaced. Footways 2m wide are to be provided throughout and traffic signals replaced. Signs and street lights need to be relocated and drainage amended. The works involve working close to an intermediate gas main, BT and electricity cables. In addition traffic and pedestrian management in this urban environment is required.

PP966 Helicopter and Pilot Services.

Scottish Natural Heritage | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
cpvs
35612300, 60424120, 34710000

Provision of Helicopter and Pilot services in support of the work on Deer management work, construction site works, staff transport and fire fighting for Scottish Natural Heritage, National Trust for Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland and the Association of Deer Management Groups.

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=428050

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.

Property Rating and Valuation Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published February 5, 2016
Winner
Gerald Eve Llp
cpvs
151000, 151200, 151400, 159999, 209999

HIAL wish to appoint an experienced and qualified company to examine HIAL’s liability for Non-Domestic Rates in anticipation of the 2017 Rates Re-valuation, and to negotiate with the Rating Authorities in order to minimise HIAL’s liability.
Following on from the 2017 Re-valuation HIAL may wish to call upon the Supplier to deal with updates to the Valuation Roll, including amended entries and to ensure that HIAL obtain optimum benefit from all forms of Rates relief.
HIAL require the valuation of HIAL owned “Investment Properties”, defined as “Properties capable of being leased or sold separately without interfering with the operation of the airport” at market value in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards.
Property inspections shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment,with due regard for relevant security and safety protocols.

Inverness Airport Airfield Wildlife Management Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published December 8, 2015
Winner
Safeskys Ltd
cpvs
181600, 189999, 199999

The provision of Wildlife and Habitat Management services is a requirement under European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations. As the holder of a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Aerodrome Certificate, Inverness Airport must comply with these regulations. This contract will deliver the services to ensure that compliance can be demonstrated. HIAL requires a suitably qualified and experienced Supplier to meet the following requirements, whilst offering best value in the expenditure of public funds. This list is not exhaustive but provides the basis of the service to be provided: a) Provision of Wildlife and Habitat Management services at Inverness Airport in compliance with relevant regulatory and legislative obligations and any associated guidance material; b) Relevant training as required to HIAL operational staff; c) Assistance with Airfield Inspection Regimes; d) Assistance with Emergency Operational Services; e) Assistance with Controlled Activities Regulations (SEPA) compliance; All Services shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment and its surrounds.

Inverness Airport Airfield Wildlife Management Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
cpvs
181600, 189999, 199999

The provision of Wildlife and Habitat Management services is a requirement under European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations. As the holder of a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Aerodrome Certificate, Inverness Airport must comply with these regulations. This contract will deliver the services to ensure that compliance can be demonstrated. HIAL requires a suitably qualified and experienced Supplier to meet the following requirements, whilst offering best value in the expenditure of public funds. This list is not exhaustive but provides the basis of the service to be provided: a) Provision of Wildlife and Habitat Management services at Inverness Airport in compliance with relevant regulatory and legislative obligations and any associated guidance material; b) Relevant training as required to HIAL operational staff; c) Assistance with Airfield Inspection Regimes; d) Assistance with Emergency Operational Services; e) Assistance with Controlled Activities Regulations (SEPA) compliance; All Services shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment and its surrounds.

Marine autoclave

University of the Highlands and Islands | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
cpvs
101200, 101500, 102200, 109999, 181900, 181910, 241500, 249999, 311300, 319999, 391213

The purpose of this invitation to tender is to purchase a marine autoclave The focus of our work is the production of shellfish for research and development. To this end, we require a marine autoclave for use in a shellfish laboratory and hatchery for autoclaving seawater culture media for marine algae. The marine autoclave needs to have the following characteristics; - Controls for automatic filling with water, programmable delayed start, cycle time adjustment, adjustable temperature setting; - An ability to produce 15 PSI saturated steam at 121oC; - A design pressure to suit (e.g. 170 kPa); - A design temperature to suit (e.g. 140oC); - A hydro test pressure to suit (e.g. 255 kPa); - An easily opening door that allows access with several options for loading equipment (e.g. trolleys/sliding trays); - Connections for freshwater, drainage and safety vent to our on-site specifications, and - Be made of stainless steel material (anti-corrosion) suitable for use in a marine aquaculture hatchery environment and for autoclave of seawater culture media for marine algae

Document management software package

The Highland Council | Published November 16, 2016
Winner
Viewpoint for Projects
cpvs
48311000, 48311100, 72512000, 72212311

Provision of a document management information and storage system with an ability to manage data and documents relation to construction, health and safety and building manuals in order to enable The Highland Council to manage its domestic and non-domestic property portfolios in relation to all types of construction work.

— The Construction Information Management System (CIMS) will underpin the management of property portfolios and allow The Council to comply with legislation in terms of Health and Safety files, the management of Health and Safety information for properties throughout construction, and on-going management of properties throughout the operational life-cycle;

— Creation of a Common Data Environment and collaboration workspace to allow project teams to work in a collaborative way without duplication;

— Ability to simply and effectively capture all relevant construction information;

— Effectively manage information / data with The Highland Council's internal and external clients, customers and partners;

— The CIMS will have effectively link or interact with the The Highland Council's second line business systems and processes;

— Reduce support and development costs;

— Enable organisational wide work-flow capability.

Property Rating and Valuation Services

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
cpvs
151000, 151200, 151400, 159999, 209999

HIAL requires a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to meet the following requirements, whilst offering best value in the expenditure of public funds. This is not exhaustive but provides the basis of the service to be provided. Rates Valuation HIAL wish to appoint an experienced and qualified company to examine HIAL’s liability for Non-Domestic Rates in anticipation of the 2017 Rates Re-valuation, and to negotiate with the Rating Authorities in order to minimise HIAL’s liability. Airports form a distinct Valuation sub-group within the Scottish Assessors Association Practice Documentation and HIAL’s airports are unusual in operating in many marginal locations and requiring significant subsidy to support the operation. The Supplier will be expected to demonstrate experience and an understanding of the underlying principals of Valuation and an ability to challenge the Assessor’s approach and application of principals. Following on from the 2017 Re-valuation HIAL may wish to call upon the Supplier to deal with updates to the Valuation Roll, including amended entries and to ensure that HIAL obtain optimum benefit from all forms of Rates relief. Investment Property Valuation Futhermore HIAL require the valuation of HIAL owned “Investment Properties”, defined as “Properties capable of being leased or sold separately without interfering with the operation of the airport” at market value in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards. Property inspections shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment,with due regard for relevant security and safety protocols.

Provision of Traditional Building Skills Training Courses

The Highland Council | Published April 20, 2017
cpvs

The Highland Council and its project partners (The Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland through ICHT and Inverness BID) are anticipating they will be inviting quotes from suitably experienced professionals to undertake delivery of a two year programme of Traditional Building Skills Training Courses. The training provision will be a component of the Inverness Townscape Heritage (TH) Project for Academy Street. Contractors shall be invited to quote using the Quick Quote facility on Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk which is anticipated to be in June 2017. Interested Contractors should navigate to the Noted Interest section to express an interest in participating. For additional information/questions please navigate to the Question and Answers section. Back Ground - Inverness Townscape Heritage (TH) project is a grant-giving initiative jointly funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland (through Inverness City Heritage Trust), The Highland Council and Business Gateway. Between 2015 and 2020 The Highland Council and its project partners plan to invest around £6 million on Academy Street with the aim of helping to regenerate the area through investing in its unique and rich heritage. The funding will be used to: • Repair and restore the areas important historic buildings and structures. • Improve Station Square • Restore shopfronts to their traditional design. • Bring vacant floorspace back into use. • Engage the community and help local people learn more about their heritage. • Provide training and job opportunities linked to the conservation of traditional buildings and historic environments.

Inverness Airport Replacement Hangar Doors

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published March 7, 2016  -  Deadline March 22, 2016
cpvs
109999, 391000, 391010, 391012, 391013, 391213, 399999

In 2005 HIAL took possession of an aircraft hangar located within the boundary of Inverness Airport. The hangar had been built under a third party contract and its construction details and historic maintenance records are no longer available.
The hangar was constructed in 1990 and was installed with concertina style doors. These doors have deteriorated over time and have come to the point where they are considered beyond economic repair. The replacement of the doors is critical as the hangar houses several third party operators of light aircraft who require daily access, security and protection from the elements. The hangar is used for aircraft storage only, and does not require an engineering maintenance environment.
The Contractor shall be a suitably qualified and experienced to meet the requirements, whilst offering best value.
All Works shall be undertaken within an operational airport environment therefore adherence to operating protocols and standards is paramount; as is the management of Foreign Object Debris (FOD); and minimisation of disruption to passengers, airline operators, HIAL and the general public.
The occupants of the hangar will be decanted for the duration of the works, and it is anticipated that the empty hangar and surrounding area will form a site area that will be re-designated as landside to facilitate access to the works.
The summary below is not exhaustive but provides the basis of the Works to be provided and outcomes to be achieved. Full detail of the works will be contained within the Works Information within the Tender Pack.
a) The design and provision of replacement doors suitable to meet the site environmental conditions, operational requirements and existing structure, with a lifespan of at least 25 years. It is ancipated that the doors will be:
• Bi-parting hangar doors to close an opening of approximately 5.1m height x 31.5m width to conform to the requirements of EN12604.
• A preferred cleared opening width of >27m.
• Electrically powered in a manner compliant with EN12453.
• Wind resistance compliant with EN12424 Class 4.
• Water resistance compliant with EN12425.
• Externally secure. External locks are not required as the hangar has multiple occupancy, but the main doors must be secure to prevent unauthorised access.
• Thermally insulated to a suggested value of 1.5Wm2K (note that the existing building is not thermally insulated, but for future proofing a suitable U-Value should be provided for the replacement doors).
• Acoustically attenuated to a suggested value of 28dB (note that the existing building is not acoustically attenuated, but for future proofing a suitable level of attenuation should be provided for the replacement doors).
b) The safe removal and decommissioning of the existing doors, their drive mechanisms, guide rails and control system;
c) The disposal of removed items and waste in accordance with current waste management regulations;
d) The installation and commissioning of a replacement door system including modification of the existing structure to support the replacement door system where necessary, drive mechanisms (where included in the specification), guide rails and control mechanisms.
e) Availability of after-sales support, warranty, spare parts and ongoing maintenance to ensure the ongoing operational use and prolong the system’s lifespan.
f) Completion of the works at the earliest opportunity, whilst not compromising quality or cost, to minimise the duration that HIAL may be subject to loss of income or payment of compensation to tenants.
A condition survey report of the existing structure will be available within the Tender Pack.
The Contractor will have design liability.
Under CDM 2015 regulations, the Contractor will undertake the role of Principal Designer.

Benbecula Airport LED Airfield Ground Lighting Fittings

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
cpvs
101200, 231400, 399999

A recent inspection found a high majority of the AGL fittings were badly corroded and the cabling within the units was in a poor state. The environment at Benbecula is harsh, with severe weather and wind coming in from the Atlantic Ocean, carrying sand from the beach which is 43m from the runway. On the last inspection it was noted the 06 PAPI units sit very low to the ground level. It has been recommended that the units be moved westwards and lifted to maintain the MEHT as published. With the installation of new PAPI light fittings it would be a good time to complete this move. a. Supply, install, test and commission full LED AGL luminaire fittings to replace the current installed Halogen/Tungsten fittings, to provide suitable lighting for a Category 3C non precision approach airport in accordance with EASA CS-ADR-DSN and CAP1168 regulations. b. Training on site for key staff on the operation, general maintenance and good working practises to obtain the most value and long term efficiency of the equipment. c. System to be operational by 31st March 2016. d. Relocate the 06 PAPI units westwards. The Supplier is responsible for the relocation positioning to ensure the MEHT is maintained as published in Benbecula Airport UK AIP. e. Supply and installation of fit for purpose plinths for the PAPI units, in accordance with EASA CS-ADR-DSN and CAP1168 regulations, bearing in mind the ground conditions. f. Testing and flight calibration check to bring both the 06/24 PAPI systems into service. g. System to be operational by 31st March 2016.
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