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UCS Timetabling system.

University Campus Suffolk | Published June 12, 2015
Winner
CELCAT
cpvs
30199790, 72260000, 31711310

Timetables. Software-related services. System for recording attendance. Provision and implementation of a timetabling system in a University environment.

UCS Timetabling System.

University Campus Suffolk | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
cpvs
30199790, 72260000, 31711310

Timetables. Software-related services. System for recording attendance. Provision and implementation of a timetabling system in a University environment.

UCS Timetabling System.

University Campus Suffolk | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
cpvs
30199790, 72260000, 31711310

Timetables. Software-related services. System for recording attendance. Provision and implementation of a timetabling system in a University environment.

UCS Timetabling System.

University Campus Suffolk | Published July 11, 2015
Winner
Celcat
cpvs
30199790, 72260000, 31711310

Timetables. Software-related services. System for recording attendance. Timetables. Software-related services. System for recording attendance. Provision and implementation of a timetabling system in a University environment.

Stoke Quay LD Supported Housing.

Suffolk County Council | Published March 13, 2015
Winner
Cephas Care Ltd
cpvs
85300000

Stoke Quay is a new build housing scheme being built in Ipswich as part of a much larger regeneration project on land on the south bank of the River Orwell. This tender is for the care and support for tenants with learning disabilities. There will be 15 flats with possibly 16 occupants. There will be a communal space on this floor to enable people to be together if they wish. The scheme is intended for people who primarily require lower level support (rather than care) but who need a safe environment in which to live as they are vulnerable to exploitation.

Stoke Quay LD Supported Housing.

Suffolk County Council | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
cpvs
85300000

Stoke Quay is a new build housing scheme being built in Ipswich as part of a much larger regeneration project on land on the south bank of the River Orwell. This tender is for the care and support for tenants with learning disabilities. There will be 15 flats with possibly 16 occupants. There will be a communal space on this floor to enable people to be together if they wish. The scheme is intended for people who primarily require lower level support (rather than care) but who need a safe environment in which to live as they are vulnerable to exploitation.

Hospital dialysis services

The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline January 11, 2017
cpvs
85111900, 33140000, 33190000, 33692800, 33181000, 33181100, 33181200, 33181300, 33181400, 33181500, 33181510, 33181520, 33192000, 33690000

The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust are looking to identify a preferred partner to provide Renal Dialysis Services. The scope of the Services includes In-Centre Haemodialysis taking place in main or satellite dialysis units (ICHD), Peritoneal dialysis (PD), Home Haemodialysis (HHD) and Intermittent Haemodialysis to treat acute kidney injury. The Trust are looking to establish a contract for a period of 5 years and a potential single extension for a period of 3 years. The service may be considered to consist of 3 component parts: facilities (including but not exclusive to the dialysis environment, equipment and consumables for dialysis and support services to allow dialysis to take place and ensure the quality of the service including technical support and IT), nursing (including haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis nurses, ward staff and nurse specialists) and clinical decision-making including decisions about need for (acute and chronic), modality and dialysis prescriptions.

The Trust is carrying out this procurement pursuant to EU Directive 2014/24/EU implemented into UK Law via the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI2015/102) with effect from 26.2.2015. The Services this notice relate fall within the light touch regime set out in Regulations 74 to 76 and Schedule 3 to the Regulations. Neither the use of the term Invitation to Tender nor any other indication shall be taken to mean the Trust intends to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to the light touch regime. The Trust aims to use an Open type procedure to identify and define a solution which best addresses the requirements, as described in the Invitation to Tender. The estimated value of the entire project is between 2 600 000 GBP million and 3 200 000 GBP per annum across 8 years (5 years plus 3 years extension); which translates to an estimation of between 20 800 000 GBP and 25 600 000 GBP across 8 years.

The Hold – Conservation Plan Consultant

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
cpvs
73000000

The successful Consultant will also be required to: • Provide input to project costs, timetable, and income and spending forecasts in preparation for the HLF Round 2 application • Work with the architects on design specifications for the archive store and search rooms, particularly in relation to environmental factors, the revised BS5454 and the PAS 198 on environment for collections • Advise on best practice with regards to interpretation of the archive The work is to be carried out in consultation with stakeholders. The consultant will allow for issuing draft documents for interim review as well as a presentation of the initial findings. The final report should be reviewed in the light of the points raised in the consultation.

Suffolk ONE Soft FM Contract.

Suffolk ONE | Published August 22, 2015
Winner
Vertas Group Limited
cpvs
79993100, 79993000

Suffolk ONE requires one supplier to manage all of its Soft FM requirements — Cleaning— Catering— Grounds Maintenance— Concierge— Pest Control — Waste Management— Furniture Management The key strategic objectives of the Contract are: — To provide Services for the Employer based on continuous improvement. — To engender and nurture a true spirit of partnership between the Contractor and the Employer. — To appoint a Soft FM Contractor who provides a single point of responsibility for managing and delivering all the specified Services at the Affected Property. — To benefit from the co-ordination and integration of the Contractor's supply chain, including all consultants, Sub Contractors and suppliers and to ensure the commitment of the entire supply chain. — To provide a professional service which supports the Employer in delivery of its core business activities by focussing on and incorporating the Employer's policies such as the health & safety policy. — To provide the Services focused on quality. — To provide customer orientated services. — To introduce a self-monitoring Soft FM Services Contract by the Contractor. — To implement and operate within best practice key performance indicators which encourage continued value for money and continuous improvement. The key operational objectives and tasks of the Contractor are: — To provide a safe environment for occupants of and visitors to the Affected Property. — To maintain the assets of the Affected Property. — To liaise with statutory authorities and comply with all relevant regulations including Health and Safety. — To enable the staff of the Employer to carry out their functions effectively. — To ensure that the Services are operated in an efficient and cost effective manner. — To reduce the environmental impacts of the Affected Property and the Services. — To introduce and implement best practice service processes and procedures. — To ensure the optimum delivery of services, including advice on improvements to ancillary services outside its direct control. — To liaise with the Employer's other contractors to warrant a coordinated approach to Facilities Management ensuring a holistic FM service provision. — To offer advice and proposals to the Employer on methods of introducing additional value for money and innovation into the Services. — To collate and manage quality data in order to inform strategic decision making.

C536 - Environmental Improvements (Lowestoft Police Station)

Suffolk Constabulary | Published May 10, 2010  -  Deadline May 19, 2010
cpvs
45000000

Environmental Improvement works shall include the replacement of windows and external doors to a multi-storey building including the provision of scaffolding and temporary protection. Modifications to the existing building ventilation systems are also required. In conjunction with these works the contractor shall also be required to undertake a full internal redecoration of the building. 
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