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PAN1417 - Parking Improvement Action Plan & Local Environment Works - PM and Design Services

Leicester City Council | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline October 9, 2016
Winner
Arcadis LLP
cpvs
44000000

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Reactive Maintenance: Mechanical Services.

Leicestershire County Council | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
MDS Heating and Plumbing Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 50710000, 50712000

Appointed contractors are to carry out all mechanical reactive maintenance as directed by the LCC Property help-desk in a timely manner in accordance with the service levels and response times. The key objectives are to ensure that the buildings remain operational but above all are safe and secure with a comfortable environment for their occupants. The successful Contractors will be expected to work for the duration of the framework agreement under a contractual arrangement defined by the JCT Contract family.

Reactive Maintenance: Roofing Services.

Leicestershire County Council | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
Roofwise UK Ltd, Thomas Cassie & Sons, D J Pallatt Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 50700000

Appointed contractors are to carry out all roofing reactive maintenance as directed by the LCC Property help desk in a timely manner in accordance with the service levels and response times. The key objectives are to ensure that the buildings remain operational but above all are safe and secure with a comfortable environment for their occupants. The successful Contractors will be expected to work for the duration of the framework agreement under a contractual arrangement defined by the JCT Contract family.

Reactive Maintenance: Electrical Services.

Leicestershire County Council | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
Armson Electrical Services LTD, R & H Technical Services Ltd, Dronfield Electrical Contractors Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 50700000, 50710000

Appointed contractors are to carry out all electrical reactive maintenance as directed by the Council's property help desk in a timely manner in accordance with the service levels and response times. The key objectives are to ensure that the buildings remain operational but above all are safe and secure with a comfortable environment for their occupants. Buildings included within this contract comprise a range of building types including Schools, Academies, Libraries, Residential Care Homes, Offices, Registrars, Museums, Industrial Units, Caretaker's Houses, and other building types can be included. Successful Contractors will be expected to work for the duration of the framework agreement under a contractual arrangement defined by the JCT Contract family.

Reactive Maintenance: General Building Services.

Leicestershire County Council | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
J R Allen & Sons LTD, Oliveti Construction, Tanwood Construction LTD
cpvs
50000000, 50700000

Appointed contractors are to carry out all general building reactive maintenance as directed by the Council's property help desk in a timely manner in accordance with the service levels and response times. The key objectives are to ensure that the buildings remain operational but above all are safe and secure with a comfortable environment for their occupants. Buildings included within this contract comprise a range of building types including Schools, Academies, Libraries, Residential Care Homes, Offices, Registrars, Museums, Industrial Units, Caretaker's Houses, and other building types can be included. Successful Contractors will be expected to work for the duration of the framework agreement under a contractual arrangement defined by the JCT Contract family.

Transmission Electron Microscope

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust | Published March 26, 2016
Winner
JEOL (UK) LTD
cpvs
38511000

A 120kV Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) for diagnostic studies of cellular ultra structure at high resolution is required by the Electron Microscopy Unit at the Leicester Royal Infirmary.

This microscope is required to provide ultra structural information from a wide range of diagnostic samples; this ultra structural information will significantly inform the diagnostic pathway and influence patient care. The microscope should be suitable for assessment and evaluation of the ultra structure of many different diagnostic sample types and should allow electron tomography at tilts of -70 to +70 degrees on araldite embedded ultra thin sections. The microscope should include a CCD camera capable of taking publication quality images with patient identification data embedded into each image. In addition, the equipment supplied must be suitable for a high through put, multi-user environment with a wide range of user experience and therefore must be easy to use.

Transmission Electron Microscope.

University Hospitals of Leicester | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
cpvs
38511000

A 120kV Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) for diagnostic studies of cellular ultrastructure at high resolution is required by the Electron Microscopy Unit at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. This microscope is required to provide ultrastructural information from a wide range of diagnostic samples; this ultrastructural information will significantly inform the diagnostic pathway and influence patient care. The microscope should be suitable for assessment and evaluation of the ultrastructure of many different diagnostic sample types and should allow electron tomography at tilts of -70 to +70 degrees on araldite embedded ultrathin sections. The microscope should include a CCD camera capable of taking publication quality images with patient identification data embedded into each image. In addition, the equipment supplied must be suitable for a high through put, multi-user environment with a wide range of user experience and therefore must be easy to use.

Contract for the Collection of Household Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Waste Househo

Leicestershire County Council | Published December 31, 2015
Winner
ERP UK Limited
cpvs
90500000, 90510000, 90514000, 90512000, 90513000, 90513100

Leicestershire County Council (‘the Council’) is inviting tenders for the ‘Service’ being: (1) the supply of containers (as detailed in Schedule 5 of the form of Contract) for the collection of household waste electronic and electrical equipment (‘WEEE’) and household waste batteries and accumulators (‘Batteries’) (together ‘Waste’) at the Council's designated collection facilities (‘DCF’) (and potentially DCFs operated on behalf of other authorities — see below); (2) the collection and simultaneous replacement of containers together with the collection of Waste deposited at the DCFs but not stored in the containers supplied under (1) during the opening hours of the DCFs within twenty 24 (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00 until 23:59 are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of the Council (to include the Council's DCF operator) making a request for collection and in any event undertake collection within 48 hours (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00 until 23:59 are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of request. Containers must be available at all times at all DCFs made available under the contract; and (3) onward transport/haulage of the containers and Waste to an authorised facility for the re-use, treatment or disposal of the Waste. For the avoidance of doubt the Council is not seeking to purchase the containers under this contract. The Council is seeking to appoint a single supplier who will be an approved Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS) and Battery Compliance Scheme (BCS) (as regulated by the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales, Northern Ireland Environment Agency or Scottish Environment Protection Agency) by the commencement of the contract. PCS and BCS status must be maintained throughout the contract period. The successful tenderer will be required to collect household WEEE in the following categories: (1) large household appliances; (2) small household appliances; (3) IT and telecommunications equipment; (4) consumer equipment; and (5) lighting equipment (including fluorescent tubes) together with Batteries. The contract is for an initial period of 24 months commencing on 1.1.2016. The contract may then continue up to 31.12.2025 subject to earlier termination. The successful contractor is required to provide the service under the contract free of charge to the Council. However, it is anticipated that the contractor will be able to generate an income from certain streams of the waste to be collected following treatment and that that income will be shared with the Council. There is no guaranteed tonnage of Waste available under the contract. The Invitation to Tender contains information on the tonnage of Waste collected (in the Council's area) over the previous 3 financial years. The Council would anticipate an estimated annual income to the Council of 50 000 GBP to 100 000 GBP and (assuming the contract runs to 2025) a possible total estimated income of 500 000 GBP to 1 500 000 GBP. These estimates do not include the potential income to be shared with other authorities accessing the contract. Such income will be in addition to the estimates for the Council. Estimated value excluding VAT - The service will be provided at no cost to the Council. Income sharing is detailed above.

Contract for the Collection of Household Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Waste Household Batteries and Accumulators.

Leicestershire County Council | Published December 31, 2015
Winner
ERP UK Limited
cpvs
90500000, 90510000, 90514000, 90512000, 90513000, 90513100

Leicestershire County Council (‘the Council’) is inviting tenders for the ‘Service’ being:

(1) the supply of containers (as detailed in Schedule 5 of the form of Contract) for the collection of household waste electronic and electrical equipment (‘WEEE’) and household waste batteries and accumulators (‘Batteries’) (together ‘Waste’) at the Council's designated collection facilities (‘DCF’) (and potentially DCFs operated on behalf of other authorities — see below);

(2) the collection and simultaneous replacement of containers together with the collection of Waste deposited at the DCFs but not stored in the containers supplied under (1) during the opening hours of the DCFs within twenty 24 (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00 until 23:59 are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of the Council (to include the Council's DCF operator) making a request for collection and in any event undertake collection within 48 hours (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00 until 23:59 are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of request. Containers must be available at all times at all DCFs made available under the contract; and

(3) onward transport/haulage of the containers and Waste to an authorised facility for the re-use, treatment or disposal of the Waste.

For the avoidance of doubt the Council is not seeking to purchase the containers under this contract.

The Council is seeking to appoint a single supplier who will be an approved Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS) and Battery Compliance Scheme (BCS) (as regulated by the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales, Northern Ireland Environment Agency or Scottish Environment Protection Agency) by the commencement of the contract. PCS and BCS status must be maintained throughout the contract period.

The successful tenderer will be required to collect household WEEE in the following categories:

(1) large household appliances;

(2) small household appliances;

(3) IT and telecommunications equipment;

(4) consumer equipment; and

(5) lighting equipment (including fluorescent tubes) together with Batteries.

The contract is for an initial period of 24 months commencing on 1.1.2016. The contract may then continue up to 31.12.2025 subject to earlier termination. The successful contractor is required to provide the service under the contract free of charge to the Council. However, it is anticipated that the contractor will be able to generate an income from certain streams of the waste to be collected following treatment and that that income will be shared with the Council.

There is no guaranteed tonnage of Waste available under the contract. The Invitation to Tender contains information on the tonnage of Waste collected (in the Council's area) over the previous 3 financial years.

The Council would anticipate an estimated annual income to the Council of 50 000 GBP to 100 000 GBP and (assuming the contract runs to 2025) a possible total estimated income of 500 000 GBP to 1 500 000 GBP.

These estimates do not include the potential income to be shared with other authorities accessing the contract. Such income will be in addition to the estimates for the Council.

Estimated value excluding VAT -

The service will be provided at no cost to the Council. Income sharing is detailed above.

3128_15 Mental Health Recovery and Rehabilitation Service.

Leicestershire County Council | Published June 18, 2015
Winner
Nottingham Community Housing Association
cpvs
85000000, 85311000, 85312500

The contract is for the delivery of effective rehabilitation and recovery to people with mental health issues whose needs cannot be met by less intensive mainstream adult mental health services. The aim is to promote personal recovery for people with severe and complex mental health problems who are or would otherwise be high users of in-patient and community services. These will be people recovering from significant mental health problems with a high level of social care need, who require intensive skills development and support to increase their level of independence and prevent the need for a more intensive level of support or supervision in the future, provided in a safe, staffed environment. Between 11 and 16 places are required, and the service provider is required to source suitable accommodation in Leicestershire and enter into appropriate arrangements with the landlord if necessary. 24 hour on site support is required. This is a notice for social services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 74. Type of services — Education and vocational education services.

Subscription to Autodesk AEC Software Suite

Leicestershire County Council | Published June 15, 2017  -  Deadline June 29, 2017
cpvs
48321000

The AutoCad software range is used by Leicestershire County Council Property Services and Environment & Transport. The users in Property Services is split into Architects, Building Surveyors, Mechanical & Electrical Engineers all who will be using the product for Building project e.g. to create construction design plans for schools. The users in Environment & Transport is split into Technicians and Engineers who will be using it for infrastructure projects. It is currently on a maintenance subscription and the application is being used and connected over a server. The Council now wishes to Procure the AEC collection as part of this provision and migrate 27 licences across to this new collection. For further information regarding this opportunity please visit https://www.eastmidstenders.org.

Provision of Mental Health Crisis House Services for the population of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland on Behalf of Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline October 31, 2016
cpvs

Health and social care partners within Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have recognised the need to ensure that a range of services is available to support service users at a time of mental health crisis. The aim is to offer a greater choice of service and also to enhance the availability and accessibility of such services.

Following a successful pilot of the model during 2015 and 2016, the commissioner is looking to award a five year contract for provision of the following service:

Crisis houses provide an innovative approach to care and support for people experiencing serious mental illness who may otherwise require admission to hospital.

Recent evidence from Sweeney et al (2014), found that, ‘therapeutic alliances, service user satisfaction and informal peer support were greater in crisis house environments than on acute wards’.

Crisis houses provide a safe and therapeutic environment for immediate crisis support, whilst remaining focused on on-going recovery, building support networks and preventing future crises.

Provision of Mental Health Crisis House Services for the population of Leicester, Leicestershire and

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published September 8, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Health and social care partners within Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have recognised the need to ensure that a range of services is available to support service users at a time of mental health crisis. The aim is to offer a greater choice of service and also to enhance the availability and accessibility of such services.

Following a successful pilot of the model during 2015 and 2016, the commissioner is looking to award a five year contract for provision of the following service:

Crisis houses provide an innovative approach to care and support for people experiencing serious mental illness who may otherwise require admission to hospital.

Recent evidence from Sweeney et al (2014), found that, ‘therapeutic alliances, service user satisfaction and informal peer support were greater in crisis house environments than on acute wards’.

Crisis houses provide a safe and therapeutic environment for immediate crisis support, whilst remaining focused on on-going recovery, building support networks and preventing future crises.

Reducing the Costs of Externally Procured Residential Services

 | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 7, 2016
cpvs
79411000

Submissions are invited for the services of suitably qualified and experienced person(s) to undertake a feasibility study to reduce the costs of externally procured residential Services. The Council’s detailed requirements, including deliverables are defined in the Project Brief in Section 3 of the RfQ document. The work must be completed by the end of September 2016 and within the allocated budget of £45,000. As local authorities have strived to save money they have paid increasing attention to health and social care and how these services are delivered. Many services are now commissioned to the private sector and market intelligence suggests that local authorities may be over spending on high cost placements to residential services for adults and children with complex needs. The context is explained in the Project Brief but a key assumption is that the commercial interests of the service providers are well served in the current environment with gross profit margins of c30%. Leicestershire County Council is seeking to commission a reputable and suitably experienced consultant to complete a feasibility study to be presented to senior officers by Friday 30th September 2016.

Reducing the Costs of Externally Procured Residential Services

 | Published June 24, 2016
cpvs
79411000

Submissions are now closed for the project below: Submissions are invited for the services of suitably qualified and experienced person(s) to undertake a feasibility study to reduce the costs of externally procured residential Services. The Council’s detailed requirements, including deliverables are defined in the Project Brief in Section 3 of the RfQ document. The work must be completed by the end of September 2016 and within the allocated budget of £45,000. As local authorities have strived to save money they have paid increasing attention to health and social care and how these services are delivered. Many services are now commissioned to the private sector and market intelligence suggests that local authorities may be over spending on high cost placements to residential services for adults and children with complex needs. The context is explained in the Project Brief but a key assumption is that the commercial interests of the service providers are well served in the current environment with gross profit margins of c30%. Leicestershire County Council is seeking to commission a reputable and suitably experienced consultant to complete a feasibility study to be presented to senior officers by Friday 30th September 2016.

183 RFQ 12/16-01 - Household Textiles

Espo | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline December 22, 2016
Winner
Gailarde Ltd
cpvs
39510000

A request for quotations for the supply of contract household textiles. Products include towels, bedding and bed protectors, shower mats and shower curtains. Products must be suitable for use in a public sector/commercial environment. All items are for delivery in bulk to ESPO, Leicester. The framework agreement has the option to extend for up to a further 36 months. The total estimated value stated includes the option period.

School catering services

Fullhurst Community College | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
cpvs
55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for Fullhurst Community College.

To be part of Fullhurst Community College is to transform lives. We are proud to serve a diverse community of over 900 students, aged 11-16 years, on our large site in south west Leicester and are oversubscribed each year. As the first school in Leicester to be rebuilt under the ‘Building Schools for the Future’ programme, Fullhurst provides an exceptional environment in which to learn and work.

Students follow personalised pathways for learning which meet their individual needs. Our curriculum is broad and varied enabling each student to thrive. We also offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities including sport, music, art and languages. We want our students to be excited by their learning in the classroom and beyond, committed to achieving their very best and confident about their futures.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering and vending services within the school, which also includes all hospitality and free issue requirements.

The duration of the contract being offered is three years commencing on 1.9.2017 and concluding on 31.8.2020.

The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at ‘net’ food cost only.

The contract value is estimated at 180 000 GBP.

183_17RFQ Household Textiles

ESPO | Published October 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 19, 2016
cpvs
39510000

A request for quotations for the supply of contract household textiles. Products include towels, bedding and bed protectors, shower mats and shower curtains. Products must be suitable for use in a public sector/commercial environment. All items are for delivery in bulk to ESPO, Leicester. The framework agreement has the option to extend for up to a further 36 months. The total estimated value stated includes the option period. Please note; the closing date for submission of tender is 12:00noon, 19/10/2016.

592 Invitation to Tender for Provision of Outsourced Catering and Hospitality Services at De Montfort University.

De Montfort University | Published December 26, 2015
Winner
Compass Contract Services (UK) Limited
cpvs
55520000

De Montfort University is seeking to appoint an appropriately qualified and experienced organisation to design and deliver a range of Catering and Hospitality services to students and staff of, and visitors to the University. In this context Catering and Hospitality services means:

Retail catering for students, staff and visitors the design, implementation and operation of retail style cafe, restaurant, and (potentially) bar services which will be located in university owned buildings within its city centre campus;

The provision of hospitality services for university events ranging from small working meetings, through to formal fine dining and large promotional and celebratory events; and

The operation of a small on-site licenced supermarket which the university requires to be operated on a minimum seven (7) day week, twelve (12) hour day basis.

The university requires that a cashless payment solution with the capability of accepting payments by means of a student card based purse.

We are particularly interested to work in partnership with an organisation that has proven experience of operating large turnover multiple outlet contracts, and have ethically-led brands at the forefront of their concepts, and are willing to commit significant investment in a long term relationship with De Montfort University.

We want to see emphasis on good customer service and satisfaction.

It is expected that applicants will be able to demonstrate experience of managing large contracts of a similar type and nature in a similar environment.

Current turnover is approximately GBP 1 200 000 per annum.

It is anticipated that the contract will be awarded for an initial period of 5 years with options to extend thereafter but the initial period and the details of any extension periods will be determined by means of the Competitive Dialogue process

Applicants are advised that TUPE will apply.

592 Invitation to Tender for Provision of Outsourced Catering and Hospitality Services at De Montfor

De Montfort University | Published December 26, 2015
Winner
Compass Contract Services (UK) Limited
cpvs
55520000

De Montfort University is seeking to appoint an appropriately qualified and experienced organisation to design and deliver a range of Catering and Hospitality services to students and staff of, and visitors to the University. In this context Catering and Hospitality services means: Retail catering for students, staff and visitors the design, implementation and operation of retail style cafe, restaurant, and (potentially) bar services which will be located in university owned buildings within its city centre campus; The provision of hospitality services for university events ranging from small working meetings, through to formal fine dining and large promotional and celebratory events; and The operation of a small on-site licenced supermarket which the university requires to be operated on a minimum seven (7) day week, twelve (12) hour day basis. The university requires that a cashless payment solution with the capability of accepting payments by means of a student card based purse. We are particularly interested to work in partnership with an organisation that has proven experience of operating large turnover multiple outlet contracts, and have ethically-led brands at the forefront of their concepts, and are willing to commit significant investment in a long term relationship with De Montfort University. We want to see emphasis on good customer service and satisfaction. It is expected that applicants will be able to demonstrate experience of managing large contracts of a similar type and nature in a similar environment. Current turnover is approximately GBP 1 200 000 per annum. It is anticipated that the contract will be awarded for an initial period of 5 years with options to extend thereafter but the initial period and the details of any extension periods will be determined by means of the Competitive Dialogue process Applicants are advised that TUPE will apply.