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Engineering services

Environment Agency | Published February 14, 2017
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71300000, 45000000

This notice is not an invitation for formal expressions of interest. The Environment Agency are issuing this PIN for the purpose of seeking organisations that would wish to take part in a Market Sounding Exercise before we start a formal procurement process, for which a separate contract notice will be issued.

The Environment Agency are looking to replace the existing supplier arrangements that help us deliver the Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) capital programme, and support our capability to manage incidents. We are seeking feedback from the supply market to help us shaping our future commercial delivery model in the most efficient and effective way.

More information on the Market Sounding Exercise is given in II.2.14).

Our project programme currently intends to initiate a procurement exercise in Autumn 2017. Our intention is to award the new commercial arrangement by July 2019.

To be determined.

School cleaning services

Woodard Academies Trust | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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90919300

The successful Supplier will be required to provide cleaning services to the Woodard Academies Trust (the Client) at 1 or both of the following locations:

— The Littlehampton Academy.

— Sir Robert Woodard Academy.

The Littlehampton Academy (TLA) and The Sir Robert Woodard Academy (SRWA) are 11-18 academies within the Woodard Academies Trust (WAT) group of academies. Both academies opened in 2009, having transferred from the West Sussex local authority, and both moved into brand new state-of-the-art buildings in 2012. Both academies are close to award-winning beaches on the south coast of England. The academies believe that success should be celebrated and that pupils should enjoy their time at school; if the classroom environment supports stimulating lessons then students will love learning. Much importance is therefore placed on the environment including the cleanliness of the academies to support the needs of all students.

TLA has places for 1 900 students including a thriving sixth form. As a Christian-designated academy, TLA provides a diverse culture enabling young people from all faiths and none to flourish.

TLA has outstanding teaching facilities set in 48 acres of landscaped grounds. The Academy has floor area of 14 256 m2.

The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from 1.8.2017 to 31.7.2020 with an option for the academies to extend by a further 2 years. The submitted tender should be for either or both academies.

For the purposes of the contract, the academy year is based on 39 weeks which form ‘term time’. A reduced schedule including deep cleans will be required for non-term time.

The scope of the contract(s) offered includes the provision of all cleaning services within the academy which currently includes:

— Main building;

— Sports Hall;

— Science block;

— Compass Centre;

— Sixth Form Centre;

— Library.

The academy uses staff employed by the academy and also uses a cleaning contractor. Cleaning is carried out at the end of the school day with some light housekeeping through the day. Contract cleaning work into the night.

Whilst the academy prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the Client is not obliged to accept the lowest price. Consideration will be given to the locality of the business, the ability to dispense the requirements of the contract and the record of supporting and or improving the standards of cleaning.

The academy expects that the successful tenderer should evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement their values and support the principles of the academy.

SRWA serves the areas of Lancing, Sompting and neighbouring communities in the wider West Sussex area. The modern building is purpose-built to include sports hall, sixth form centre and other teaching spaces. SRWA has places for 1 400 students including a strong sixth form. The floor area is 13 361 m2.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.8.2017 to 31.7.2020 with an option for the academies to extend by a further 2 years. The submitted tender should be for either or both academies.

For the purposes of the contract, the academy year is based on 39 weeks which form ‘term time’. A reduced schedule including deep cleans will be required for non-term time.

The scope of the contract(s) offered includes the provision of all cleaning services within the academy which currently includes:

— Main building;

— Vocational Centre.

The academy uses staff employed by the academy. Cleaning is carried out at the end of the school day with some light housekeeping through the day.

Whilst the academy prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the Client is not obliged to accept the lowest price. Consideration will be given to the locality of the business, the ability to dispense the requirements of the contract and the record of supporting and or improving the standards of cleaning.

The academy expects that the successful tenderer should evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement their values and support the principles of the academy.

Beckenham Place Park Landscape Architect Tender

London Borough of Lewisham | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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714000

Lewisham Council requires landscape architects to work on the regeneration of Beckenham Place Park, a large heritage park in South East London. The project is funded through the Parks for People programme (heritage Lottery Fund) and includes a flood alleviation scheme in partnership with the Environment Agency. Landscape architects are required to complete RIBA stages 4 to 7 of the project, working in a multi disciplinary team of consultants including a separately appointed heritage architect and quantity surveyor. Lewisham Council will carry out the project management role.

GSV1535 - Health Adviser Services

Parliament UK | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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85100000

The Authority is looking for a single supplier for a Health Adviser in the workplace. The Authority has a requirement for the provision of health advice focusing on office ergonomics, specialist support in the workplace focused on Display Screen Equipment (DSE) and related musculoskeletal issues, and ergonomic equipment. This will be delivered through regular health visits and training as appropriate, to provide a healthy working environment for staff. The aim of the procurement is to secure a single supplier to provide these services to the Authority.

Funding Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) after 2021 and further evaluation of Partnership Funding

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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72314000

The Authority is looking for suppliers for the provision of Funding Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) after 2021 and further evaluation of Partnership Funding. This is a collaborative procurement that will be funded by the Defra, Environment Agency and Welsh Joint FCERM R&D Programme. The overall objective of the project is: • To conduct further evaluation of Partnership Funding (PF) to provide the evidence base to confirm or refine funding policy for the post-2021 period. The project is primarily concerned with assembling quantitative data on FCERM programme performance under Partnership Funding, though there is also a more qualitative element. Both will require careful data gathering and targeted discussions with key players.

Community Ultrasound Services - Mid Essex CCG

Attain Health Management Services | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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85000000

The primary purpose of Mid Essex CCG is improving the health and well-being of the population of Mid Essex by commissioning the appropriate healthcare for the people it serves. The CCG needs to ensure that these services meet the needs of the community and are sustainably provided in a clinically safe environment. These may be from a variety of providers in the community, as well as local acute and specialist trusts. The delivery of direct access diagnostic ultrasound services in the community both overcomes any limitations in acute trusts capacity and improves access to ultrasound services for patients by moving to locations closer to home. The need to develop community based diagnostic services is supported by the Royal College of Radiologists and Royal College of General Practitioners as part of a service strategy to improve access to tests and ensure that these tests are delivered in the right stage of the patient care pathway. This agreement describes an Ultrasound scanning service provided on a cost per case basis for the registered population of Mid Essex.

Woodard Academies Trust ~ Tender for Cleaning Services.

THE LITMUS PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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90919300

He successful Supplier will be required to provide cleaning services to the Woodard Academies Trust (the Client) at 1 or both of the following locations: - The Littlehampton Academy. - Sir Robert Woodard Academy. The Littlehampton Academy (TLA) and The Sir Robert Woodard Academy (SRWA) are 11-18 academies within the Woodard Academies Trust (WAT) group of academies. Both academies opened in 2009, having transferred from the West Sussex local authority, and both moved into brand new state-of-the-art buildings in 2012. Both academies are close to award-winning beaches on the south coast of England. The academies believe that success should be celebrated and that pupils should enjoy their time at school; if the classroom environment supports stimulating lessons then students will love learning. Much importance is therefore placed on the environment including the cleanliness of the academies to support the needs of all students. TLA has places for 1 900 students including a thriving sixth form. As a Christian-designated academy, TLA provides a diverse culture enabling young people from all faiths and none to flourish. TLA has outstanding teaching facilities set in 48 acres of landscaped grounds. The Academy has floor area of 14 256 m2. The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from 1.8.2017 to 31.7.2020 with an option for the academies to extend by a further 2 years. The submitted tender should be for either or both academies. For the purposes of the contract, the academy year is based on 39 weeks which form 'term time'. A reduced schedule including deep cleans will be required for non-term time. The scope of the contract(s) offered includes the provision of all cleaning services within the academy which currently includes: - Main building; - Sports Hall; - Science block; - Compass Centre; - Sixth Form Centre; - Library. The academy uses staff employed by the academy and also uses a cleaning contractor. Cleaning is carried out at the end of the school day with some light housekeeping through the day. Contract cleaning work into the night. Whilst the academy prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the Client is not obliged to accept the lowest price. Consideration will be given to the locality of the business, the ability to dispense the requirements of the contract and the record of supporting and or improving the standards of cleaning. The academy expects that the successful tenderer should evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement their values and support the principles of the academy.

St Andrews Building Four

TURNER & TOWNSEND PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIMITED | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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45214000

Undertake fit out works on the 2nd floor of an existing and occupied 3 storey office facility and installation of fence for outdoor play space. These works include, but are not limited to: 1. Conversion and fit-out of existing space on 2nd floor to accommodate up to 450 pupils. 2. School access. 3. Installation of fence outlining additional school play area. 4. School playground multisport outline. Works that must be completed as minimum for Sept 2017: Internal: 1. 8-10 classrooms 2. Sixth form spaces 3. Dining area + servery 4. 9 pupil and separate staff w.c's 5. 2 office 6. Reception + medical room 7. Tea point 8. Comms room 9. Indoor PE / exam space 10. Cleaners cupboard 11. Storage 12. Sixth form study + social External: 13. 3m fence + gates + barrier to proposed external PE space installed ASAP 14. 2.1m fence to rest of external space installed ASAP Remaining works will be completed following sectional completion of the works above. The contractor's methodology must include for working within occupied buildings and have due cognisance for the working environment in which the end user operates. The successful contractor will need to work around the school operators business needs considered for the project. It is necessary for the contractor to demonstrate and evidence success on delivering previous EFA Free School Projects.

Health and Adult Social Care - Speaking up Helpline and Information

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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72253100

The Department of Health (DH) helps people live better for longer. We lead, shape and fund health and care in England, making sure people have the support, care and treatment they need, with compassion, respect and the dignity they deserve. An organisation is sought to provide a Speaking Up package of services for people who work in the NHS and Adult Social Care sector and for providers of NHS services and Adult Social Care services. The objective of the guidance and signposting helpline is to support people who wish to speak up about matters that affect the delivery of care, particularly patient safety. The DH require the Speaking Up helpline to provide: 1. a telephone helpline; 2. a website; 3. guidance and 'signposting' - available during and outside 'open hours'; 4. escalation procedures where issues such as potential safeguarding situations need to be acted upon; 5. user feedback; 6. performance data for regular reporting of management information; and 7. awareness raising / promotion activity. The target customer base for the helpline service is: 1. NHS workers (including trainees, agency staff, and those that work outside of normal working hours); 2. Staff employed in the adult social care sector (including trainees, agency staff, and those that work outside of normal working hours); 3. NHS and social care employing organisations; 4. Contractors for the NHS and social care sector. The DH the organisation to provide: 1. 'Intelligent guidance' for people who wish to speak up from the Health and Adult Social Care sectors, including 'signposting' to appropriate material, to support them in 'speaking up'; 2. Access to guidance on "Speaking Up" (including whistleblowing) for organisations within the NHS and social care environment; and 3. Promote the helpline to those that may wish to use it. This procurement is being undertaken by the DH for use by a wide range of people that work in the NHS and Health and Social Care. Within the NHS these may include but are not limited to DH Arm's Length Bodies (ALBs), Special Health Authorities (SHAs), non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs), all NHS bodies including but not limited to health service bodies as defined in section 9 of the NHS Act 2006 (as updated and amended), NHS Foundation Trusts, providers of NHS funded care, any government department, agency or other statutory body and any successor bodies to these entities. The Authority may be required to novate the contract to any of the bodies identified in this notice post award. Prior Information Notice (PIN) Official title : UK-Leeds: Helpdesk and support services Notice number in the OJ S : 2016/S 242-442278 has also been issued on 13/12/2016 in support of this procurement. Full details about how to obtain and submit tender documents are provided in Section 5 'Additional Text' of this document.
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