The Authority is seeking a response to this PIN via return of a further market engagement form.
This form is to be completed within 2 weeks 10.11.2017 of issue of this PIN.
This forms for market engagement are available to access as detailed in (https://procontract.due-north.com)
The works will consist of 500 m of 2-way carriageway, 2 No roundabouts, widening of an existing pre-stressed concrete T Beam canal bridge and associated reinforced concrete abutments and upgrade the existing priority junction to signal controlled.
Interested parties should have experience with the following:
— Working in a harbour/ports environment.
— Excavation and filling operations associated with full road construction.
— Mitigation work associated with historical assets.
— Contractor Designed Elements — Sheet piling in a water environment.
— Bridge widening in a canal environment.
— Working within a World Heritage Buffer Zone.
— Constructing storm drainage, foul sewerage and pump stations.
— Public realm, high quality finishes.
— Dealing with Public Utilities and services.
The estimated construction dates are from May 2018 to January 2019.
HSE is seeking to modernise delivery of its in-house training programme for regulatory inspectors and requires support from a contractor to assist in transforming the current learning materials so that they can be delivered in a more blended learning environment through a learning management system.
HSE is seeking to modernise delivery of its in-house training programme for regulatory inspectors and requires support from a contractor to assist in transforming the current learning materials so that they can be delivered in a more blended learning environment through a learning management system. HSE also requires the contractor to host and provide access to these materials. Additionally HSE is also seeking support to up-skill its own staff to take on a greater role in the future development of such materials.
Merseyrail Electrics 2002 Ltd (‘Merseyrail’) are seeking to appoint a competent supplier to design and integrate, supply and install Automatic Passenger Counting equipment to 8 of its 3 car 507 electrical train units (24 vehicles in total). Merseyrail operates a frequent service with all applicable passenger doors opened by the train guard at each passenger stop with part of the journey being in an underground environment. This requirement is a new installation to part of the fleet and shall include all necessary infrastructure to support the equipment i.e. depot based servers.
The equipment shall be fitted to each passenger door way (12 doorways per unit) using a suitable current technology that ensures high levels of accuracy (greater than 95 %) which is ‘maintenance free’ for the life of the equipment and shall have no obsolescence issues during this period. The equipment shall be capable of transmitting the captured data wirelessly in a format that can be easily interpreted by Merseyrail without the need for specialist reports / software from the supplier. The equipment shall have a proven track record within a rail environment and be compliant to applicable Rail Group Standards. It is anticipated that the suppliers scope of supply includes all necessary design and integration work including approvals from a regulatory body and testing as required to enable acceptance by Merseyrail into passenger service.