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1097 Complex Needs Centre, Earlston

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Border Construction Ltd T/A Esh Border Construction
cpvs
391010

This contract is for the Principal Contractor to construct a new, small, school building for children with complex needs, primarily autism. The building is to be located within the existing Earlston Primary School campus and will therefore require construction works to be delivered in a live school environment with restricted access arrangements. The Construction will be traditional masonry cavity walls with a rendered finish externally. A section of wall will be completed in profile steel sheet as a feature and will have additional steel structure. All internal walls are masonry for acoustic and impact reasons. The roof will be a profiled metal sheet on engineered timber joists. A large, feature rooflight also forms an integral part of the design. External windows and doors will be aluminium. Building heating will be gas boilers with underfloor heating distribution. External works will include the development of a detailed hard and soft landscaped garden as well as fencing and road surfacing. The approximate value of the contract is £1.1 million. Only Principal Contractors of the highest calibre and with proven experience of delivering new educational buildings in such an environment will be considered. The tender package will be fully detailed, but will have a number of limited Contractor Design Portions related to mechanical and electrical services. Principal Contractors will need to demonstrate their experience as Designers for such matters. the building is to be assessed for Secure By Design accreditation which has an effect on the chosen specifications for materials. Principal Contractors selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline and have white status in line with Scottish Borders Council's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

Mapping Geo-system services in the Dyfi Catchment

Natural Resources Wales | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline November 19, 2014
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73210000

Natural Resources Wales has a brief to improve and enhance the environment in Wales. As part of this long-term programme, it is intended to focus on three natural resource management trial areas located on the Dyfi, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Tawe catchments. This project relates specifically to data requirements for the Dyfi catchment trial and focuses on the ‘Geosystem’ (georesources’ and ‘geohazards’). It is the intention to characterise the availability of potential georesources (e.g building stone, sand & gravel etc.) as well as to identify potential geohazards (e.g. landslide susceptibility, heavy metal contamination etc.) within the Dyfi catchment.

Hospitality and Catering Service Contract.

Rainford High Technology College | Published July 29, 2015
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55523100, 55524000

Hospitality and catering service for Rainford High Technology College. The school has been fortunate to have had a rebuild under the Building Schools for the Future that was opened fully in September 2013. The new building provides an inspiring and modern learning environment for the students and the teachers to focus on learning. It is an 11-18 mixed school with around 1 500 students including a Sixth Form.

1097 Complex Needs Centre, Earlston

Scottish Borders Council | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
cpvs
391010

This contract is for the Principal Contractor to construct a new, small, school building for children with complex needs, primarily autism. The building is to be located within the existing Earlston Primary School campus and will therefore require construction works to be delivered in a live school environment with restricted access arrangements. The Construction will be traditional masonry cavity walls with a rendered finish externally. A section of wall will be completed in profile steel sheet as a feature and will have additional steel structure. All internal walls are masonry for acoustic and impact reasons. The roof will be a profiled metal sheet on engineered timber joists. A large, feature rooflight also forms an integral part of the design. External windows and doors will be aluminium. Building heating will be gas boilers with underfloor heating distribution. External works will include the development of a detailed hard and soft landscaped garden as well as fencing and road surfacing. The approximate value of the contract is £1.1 million. Only Principal Contractors of the highest calibre and with proven experience of delivering new educational buildings in such an environment will be considered. The tender package will be fully detailed, but will have a number of limited Contractor Design Portions related to mechanical and electrical services. Principal Contractors will need to demonstrate their experience as Designers for such matters. the building is to be assessed for Secure By Design accreditation which has an effect on the chosen specifications for materials. Principal Contractors selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline and have white status in line with Scottish Borders Council's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.

Server Support & Disaster Recovery

St Helens Chamber | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline November 7, 2014
cpvs
72900000, 72600000, 72500000

This contract is to work alongside St Helens Chamber to provide both Server Support and Disaster Recovery. Tenderer should be able to provide both Server Support and Disaster Recovery, without the use of sub-contractors (an exception to this is the use of secure data centre facility for Disaster Recovery). St Helens Chamber network infrastructure consists of a full virtual server environment utilizing the latest version of Microsoft Hyper V. All Virtual servers are Microsoft Windows Server 2012R2 and Server 2008/R2. We are also running Microsoft Exchange 2013. Disaster Recovery to include support of current tape backup solution (backup exec 2014) and to provide live 1:1 streaming solution, to a secure data centre.

SoJ - DoE - RFQ - Footpath Maintenance 2017–2019

States of Jersey | Published January 23, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
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700000, 720000, 770000

States of Jersey, Department of the Environment; Footpath Maintenance The States of Jersey Department of the Environment is responsible for an Island wide network of footpaths and bridle paths and associated infrastructure which is maintained in an environmentally sensitive manner, providing pub...st are currently being invited from suitable contractors able to provide a footpath maintenance service to the States of Jersey from 2017-2019 on an individual site basis. The Request for Quote will be published on 30th January 2017 when full documents will be published and available to download.

Health & Wellbeing Management Software

Scottish Borders Council | Published April 13, 2015
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221100, 229999, 271500, 271510, 271600, 279999

Scottish Borders Council is interested in replacing / upgrading its current Health and Safety Software Management System. The timeframe for replacement would be before the end of 2016. To facilitate this Scottish Borders Council is looking to set up a series of Technical Dialogue meetings with 4-6 suppliers, prior to going out to tender. The Council is only interested in hearing from suppliers who can offer an existing system (off the shelf), not suppliers who could create a system. The Council would be happy to consider both cloud and internally installed options. Provisional Requirements: -Any offering must be able to provide a web-based portal that allows any of our 6000 staff to be able to access and use the system. -Multi-media access through PCs, Tablets is essential. Apps allowing smartphone access are desirable but not essential. -Any system must be open not only to direct Council staff but also to staff within our ALEO (Arm’s Length External Organisations) -Any system should have the offer of a range of modules available such as Accident / incident reporting and investigation, Risk assessment, Asset management, CoSHH, Audit, etc. and be capable of producing ‘live data’ management reports. It is anticipated that the Council will look to run these Technical Dialogue meetings in May/June 2015 with 2-3 weeks’ notice given to suppliers being invited. The Council wishes to see live environment demonstrations not just screenshots. This Technical Dialogue PIN is open to 5pm Monday 4th May 2015, if interested please apply through PCS

La Collette Cell 30 Phase 2 Earthworks and Liner Installation

States of Jersey | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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720000, 770000

TTS wishes to construct a new lined ash cell to provide a suitable environment for the storage of bottom ash from the EfW plant and other arisings. Key Issues: • The current cell 30 is currently being filled with asbestos waste arising in the island, the imminent transfer of the legacy waste w... Phase 1 which is a marine reclamation area now redeveloped for industrial/commercial land use. • DfI as the Waste Management Plan licence holder shall submit a CQA Validation Report to the Waste Regulator as soon as practicable following the construction of the relevant landfill Infrastructure.

SoJ - Corp - ITT - The Provision of Janitorial Supplies to the States of Jersey.

States of Jersey | Published July 10, 2017  -  Deadline July 24, 2017
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470000, 760000

Janitorial / cleaning products are used and purchased on a regular basis by most Departments; whether it is specialist cleaning materials for a clinical environment or washing up liquid for a Department office. The SoJ require a Contractor to provide and deliver good quality cost effective janit...ducts in a responsive manner to the SoJ. The publication of the tender has been delayed but if you are interested in tendering for this contract please submit an expression of interest. When the Tender is published you will receive an electronic invite to gain access to the tender documentation.

Provision of Community Based Minor Eye Conditions (MEC) Service.

St Helens Council | Published March 23, 2015
Winner
Primary Eyecare (Merseyside) Ltd
cpvs
85100000

NHS St Helens Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and NHS Halton CCG, are pleased to share this opportunity to deliver a service for the provision of a community-based service for minor eye conditions. The CCGs want to improve access to ophthalmology services in the community. This is in order to respond to an ever increasing demand for eye services; a demand which is predicted to rise as a result of earlier diagnosis of chronic conditions, new treatments and population changes. Eye care services have traditionally been a hospital based speciality; however, many ophthalmic assessments and treatments can be undertaken effectively in primary care. The purpose of establishing a Minor Eye Conditions' (MEC) Service is to allow the assessment and management of recent onset minor eye conditions within the primary care setting. Our aim is to provide high-quality eye care to patients, with quick access to advice and treatment from suitably qualified clinicians in a safe, convenient and appropriate environment. Management of the patient will be maintained, where possible, within this new service in order to reduce the demand for hospital appointments, releasing capacity for eye conditions requiring a full ophthalmology hospital service. Minor Eye Conditions' Services (often called Primary Eyecare Assessment and Referral Services) have been operating successfully across the UK for some time, including across the whole of Wales. MEC Services are delivered by suitably trained, qualified and experienced eye care health professionals, with suitably equipped premises, who manage patients appropriately and safely. Where patient referral to secondary care is required, this is within agreed protocols to a suitable specialist with appropriate urgency. Providers are asked to note that the CCGs do not guarantee any level of activity for this service.

Heat Network Mapping and Masterplanning Study, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly

Council Of The Isles Of Scilly | Published May 9, 2017  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
Winner
Ove Arup & Partners Ltd
cpvs
71314200

The Council of the Isles of Scilly proposes an exploration of opportunities for a district heat network on St. Mary's to facilitate the authority in generating income, supporting and growing businesses and ensuring a safe and clean environment and identify potential projects that could help to deliver our ambition to meet 40% of islands' energy demand through renewable energy sources by 2025. The services required include: Undertake an energy mapping and modelling study of the proposed area to identify potentially useful heating, cooling and power demand loads and potentially useful heat supply opportunities for the purposes of heat network scheme development . Use the outputs of energy mapping to inform the development of an energy master plan for the proposed area which identifies, evaluates and prioritises any potential heat network scheme opportunities. To assess local opportunities for deploying heat network, including sources of heat generation, and develop a strategy to create commercially and technical viable solutions in the boundary area including local residential opportunities. Priority should be given to study work and plan development on establishing a district heat network project for the area focusing on the Local Authority's own income generation within the master planning exercise. Consideration should also be given to the Local Authority owned or operated buildings within the study area to improve the tenants' energy security and resilience against rising energy prices. Further information can be found in the tender pack @ http://www.scilly.gov.uk/business-licensing/contracts/current-contract-opportunities

St Helens Council Family Support and Volunteering / Befriending Service April 2016.

St Helens Council | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015
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98000000

St Helens Council has a requirement for a Family Support and Volunteering/Befriending Service as detailed below. The successful Provider will be required to deliver practical and emotional support to families who are experiencing difficulty. This support will be provided primarily in their own homes. This work must be undertaken by a pool of trained volunteers. The service will be volunteer-led and perceived by families and young people to be independent of the local authority (and other statutory services) and be accessible and approachable. The Provider can subcontract elements to other organisations if needed. The Family Support service will undertake work with families who are referred by professionals as experiencing difficulties or suffering stress and needing extra support. They will also accept self-referrals from families who meet the criteria. The service will work with agencies to generate appropriate referrals to the service. This support will be offered to families primarily in their own homes (and other community-based venues) for a maximum of 12 months (or longer if clearly needed and agreed with Commissioners). The Provider will recruit, select, prepare and train sufficient people to provide the service on a volunteer basis. The Provider will demonstrate a good understanding of local needs and of the culture and environment in St Helens. The people delivering the service will be accessible, approachable and flexible in their approach to meeting the needs of engaged families. The Provider will liaise with each family's lead worker/professional/referrer to clarify and regularly review the work plan for the volunteer and individual families and provide regular updates. The Provider will aim to increase the confidence, health and well-being, and independence of referred families by: — offering support, friendship and practical assistance, including behaviour support and parenting strategies; — visiting families in their own homes where the dignity and identity of each individual can be respected and protected; — reassuring parents that difficulties in bringing up children are not unusual and emphasising the pleasures of family life; — fostering a relationship with the family in which time can be shared and understanding can be developed. The approach should be flexible to take account of different needs Encouraging families to widen their network of relationships and to use effectively the support and services available within the local community St Helens are committed to a Think Family Approach to service delivery. This means a whole family way of working and as such will require an element of the overall service to deliver a volunteering/mentoring service to young people aged 12-19 (25 if they have additional needs). Referrals will come from the Provider delivering the main element of the service, in discussion with the Lead Professional for the family and the Commissioner and directly into the service itself. Overall families will be encouraged to develop resilience and widen their support networks. Families will also be encouraged to become volunteers themselves at the end of a successful intervention. The Provider will be responsible for promoting the service and proactively generating referrals. This will include but not limited to working with agencies to generate appropriate referrals to the service. The Provider will also accept self-referrals from families who meet the criteria.

St Helens and Knowsley Council Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Detoxification Service.

St Helens Council | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 8, 2015
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85000000

St Helens Council and Knowsley Council have a requirement for a robust, high-quality and specialised ‘Inpatient Detoxification Service for Drugs and Alcohol’ to assist and support full recovery for those adults suffering from addiction. It is important that the Provider enables adults to not only stop harmful abuse but also to maintain the gains made through treatment and prevent relapse. The service specification requirements are to provide a safe period of medically managed and monitored (by exception) withdrawal and detoxification (known as Tier 4 structured inpatient treatment). All medically managed detoxifications will be conducted under the 24 hour a day presence and care of a suitably qualified clinician. The Provider will have to work in partnership with various agencies to provide a holistic, integrated offer for patients, their carers and families. This will require coordination and collaboration across health, education and social care systems. It is essential that the assisted withdrawal from drugs and alcohol detoxification is not offered as a standalone treatment but rather as an often essential initial intervention within a broader, longer term care plan including psychosocial and/or pharmacological therapies to prevent relapse. The inpatient detoxification service will be an essential element of a broader menu of treatment options available to adults within St Helens and Knowsley. This service will be jointly commissioned with Knowsley MBC with St Helens Council leading on procurement. The successful provider will have separate contractual arrangements with each authority i.e. St Helens will be delivered according to St Helens Council contract requirements and Knowsley will be delivered according to Knowsley Council contract requirements. The Terms and Conditions/Service Contract for each Council are available on The Chest. In submitting a Tender the Provider is confirming they can meet all the requirements within both service specifications (drugs and alcohol) for St Helens and Knowsley. The new service will start on 1.4.2016. Location of Service Delivery and Bed Day Management: — The service will be delivered from a suitable in-patient unit(s) able to provide safe treatment in an appropriate therapeutic environment. To facilitate fair and reasonable access the service must be located within a 20 mile radius of the St Helens border or a 20 mile radius of the Knowsley border as defined by the AA Route Planner. — Bed Days relating to St Helens will only be available to residents of St Helens and who have been assessed as requiring this service by the St Helens specialist community core treatment provider. — Bed Days relating to Knowsley will only be available to residents of Knowsley and who have been assessed as requiring this service by the St Helens specialist community core treatment provider. Interested Providers must meet the following criteria: A sound economic/financial standing up to 3 contracts (performed during the last 3 years), in any combination from either the public or private sector, that are relevant to the Council's requirement for a drugs and alcohol inpatient detoxification service. Care Quality Commission (CQC) registration to provide detoxification services. CQC registration as appropriate for any relevant subcontractors/consortia members. A current Controlled Drugs Licence with an associated Accountable Officer. A robust Business Continuity Policy specific to a detoxification service for drugs and alcohol. An organisation whose core business aligns with the objectives of this contract. Electronic capability to securely and efficiently undertake a number of associated business and patient activities. Effective policies, procedures and working practices to help ensure secure and efficient management of data and information. Effective safeguarding policies, procedures and working practices to manage violent behaviour of patients. Other criteria as detailed within the tender documentation and or as implied by legislation and custom.
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