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Supply and Delivery of Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published February 5, 2016
Winner
S.P. Plant
cpvs
34144431, 34144430

Supply and Delivery of 3 New Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles:

Title 23 — Lot 1 — Supply and Delivery of 1 no. 15 tonne Street Cleansing Vehicle

Tenders are invited for the supply of one new 15T GVW Dual Sweep Road Sweeper to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week.

The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered.

Title 24 — Lot 2 — Supply and Delivery of 1 no. 10-12 tonne Street Sweeping Vehicle

Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No. New 10-12 tonne Road Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week.

The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance.

Title 25 — Lot 3 — Supply & Delivery of 1 no. 2.5 tonne Multipurpose Street Cleansing Vehicle

Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No. New Multi-Purpose Suction Sweeper — Mini-Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with vehicle operating an average of 50 hours per week.

The vehicle should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered.

Supply and Delivery of Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015
cpvs
34144431, 34144430

Supply and Delivery of 3 New Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles: 1. Title 23 — Lot 1 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 15 tonne Street Cleansing Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 new 15 T GVW Dual Sweep Road Sweeper to the specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week. The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered. 2. Title 24 — Lot 2 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 10-12 tonne Street Sweeping Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No new 10-12 Tonne Road Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week. The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance. 3. Title 25 — Lot 3 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 2,5 tonne Multi-purpose Street Cleansing Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No New Multi-Purpose Suction Sweeper — Mini-Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with vehicle operating an average of 50 hours per week. The vehicle should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered.

Supply and Delivery of Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles.

Newry and Mourne District Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
34144431, 34144430, 34144431, 34144430, 34144431, 34144430, 34144431, 34144430

Supply and Delivery of 3 New Street Sweeping/Cleansing Vehicles: 1. Title 23 — Lot 1 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 15 tonne Street Cleansing Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 new 15 T GVW Dual Sweep Road Sweeper to the specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week. The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered. 2. Title 24 — Lot 2 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 10-12 tonne Street Sweeping Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No new 10-12 Tonne Road Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with Sweeper operating an average of 50 hours per week. The Sweeper should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance. 3. Title 25 — Lot 3 — Supply and Delivery of 1 No 2,5 tonne Multi-purpose Street Cleansing Vehicle: Tenders are invited for the supply of 1 No New Multi-Purpose Suction Sweeper — Mini-Sweeper vehicle to the Specification provided herein. Vehicle is to be used for street sweeping operations with vehicle operating an average of 50 hours per week. The vehicle should be suitably designed and have the manoeuvrability to operate in the confines of a typical urban/residential town environment. Turning circle is of importance and tenderers shall indicate at the time of tender, the turning circle for their vehicle as tendered.

14 — 2015 — Design and Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 22, 2015
cpvs
48000000, 48600000, 48611000, 48612000, 48613000, 48614000, 48220000

The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g. PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc. Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — The demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels. — Above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism and Environment using supplied data. — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http: //www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 14 — 2015 — Design and Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Down District Council | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
48613000, 48611000, 48612000, 48614000, 48222000

The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g., PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc., Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — the demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels, — above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism, Environment and spatial planning using supplied data and data from NISRA etc. — and view demand on geo maps, with streets, buildings, Council and partner assets to aid planning of interventions, — Geo maps to assist with the plan engagement and compilation of the Local Development plan, (previously known as the Master Plan or Area Plan), — Social impact in the participating Council areas through analysed maps and reports of existing, published socio economic data, — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data, The ‘datahub’ will provide an opportunity for Councils, Partners and the public to search for key data as evidence for funding applications. The ‘datahub’ will provide a vehicle for sharing key messages and information between Councils, partners and the communities in the participating Council areas. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http://www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
48613000, 48611000, 48612000, 48614000, 48222000

The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g., PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc., Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — the demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels, — above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism, Environment and spatial planning using supplied data and data from NISRA etc. — and view demand on geo maps, with streets, buildings, Council and partner assets to aid planning of interventions, — Geo maps to assist with the plan engagement and compilation of the Local Development plan, (previously known as the Master Plan or Area Plan), — Social impact in the participating Council areas through analysed maps and reports of existing, published socio economic data, — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data, The ‘datahub’ will provide an opportunity for Councils, Partners and the public to search for key data as evidence for funding applications. The ‘datahub’ will provide a vehicle for sharing key messages and information between Councils, partners and the communities in the participating Council areas. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http://www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.
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