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City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

APUC Limited | Published August 15, 2016
Winner
A L Dalton Ltd (T/A Daltons Wadkin)
cpvs
102000

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

APUC Limited | Published June 30, 2016
cpvs
102000

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

The Business Environment for Economic Development (BEED) programme.

Procurement | Published May 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 4, 2015
cpvs
75211200

DFID is implementing a new Business Environment for Economic Development (BEED) programme. This 4 year programme is intended to improve the support that we and other donors provide on business environment (BE) reforms. Part of this BEED programme will be the creation of a new Business Environment Reform Facility (BERF). This Facility will carry out a number of functions. It will support DFID Country offices to design new business environment programmes, improve existing ones, and more effectively learn and disseminate lessons from DFID and other donor experience. It will commission policy research on less well-researched topics, and those important for effective implementation on the ground. And it will develop innovative approaches for effectively encouraging a broader range of stakeholders (including not only large and small businesses, but also consumers and other affected groups) in articulating demand for reform of key binding constraints, and in designing reform.

Supply of Mopheads for Hospital Sterile Environment

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Micronclean Limited
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Within NHSGG&C there is an essential requirement to maintain "terminally sterile" environments within the Pharmacy and Medicines Management Directorate. To facilitate this the Board are advertising the opportunity to service their requirements to secure reusable mopping systems capable of achieving 'Sterile' status to EU GMP B, C and D. The Board seek expression of interest for the initial supply and continued rental/service of the required products and services for a period of 2 years. Additional Information. NHSGG&C will require the provision of an adequate initial supply of materials at the commencement of the contract, and thereafter a continuous rental programme of that material.

SOG-EDU-T-States of Guernsey Education Network Managed Service

States of Guernsey | Published March 31, 2010  -  Deadline April 18, 2010
cpvs
43000000

The States of Guernsey are looking for an experienced Network Managed Service Provider to manage the Education Department's School Network (Guernsey Integrated Learning Environment). Please log in to download and submit Pre-Qualification Questionnaire documents. 

SOG-EDU-T-FE Education MIS

States of Guernsey | Published November 13, 2012  -  Deadline December 4, 2012
cpvs
43000000, 80000000, 86000000

The College identifies itself as a complex learning environment providing educational experiences to a diverse student base. There are partnership links with a range of external stakeholders including the Institute of Health, Social Security and the Skills Strategy Group. The complexity of the College environment means there needs to be a fluid approach to the curriculum reacting to changes in course registrations.

The College of Further Education has a requirement to upgrade its MIS in order to effectively administer the College and monitor and report upon student progress and attainment with the potential to expand this to all Post 16 provision across the Bailiwick.

 

Clyde Framework(s).

Ministry of Defence | Published February 23, 2016
cpvs
45210000

Building construction work. The MOD (DIO) is seeking to create a Framework or Frameworks with the ability to deliver Capital Works Projects, over the next 10 years, within Nuclear Facilities on the Clyde mainly Faslane and Coulport locations. The current programme of works can be split into 3 main areas: a. Major refurbishment of multiple complex systems within live secure and operational environment; b. Relatively complex discrete new build in secure area within nuclear environment; c. Relatively non-complex discrete new build in lower security area but within nuclear environment. In order for the DIO to access the market ability to deliver the current programme of works it is seeking early engagement with industry to explore the structure of the Framework(s) required. DIO is therefore planning to hold an Industry Day during the month of April 2016 and you are therefore invited to confirm your interest to the POC by the 11.3.2016. POC for the Industry Day is: Miss Dawn Warnock, Tel. +44 2242552; e-mail: DIOComrcl-1b1@mod.uk In-line with Cabinet Office policy, MOD is keen to involve Small to Medium Size Enterprises (SME's) and would welcome their expression of interest to attend the forthcoming Industry Day in order to fully understand the DIO requirement. It would also offer the potential to network with larger organisations.

Replacement of Laboratory Instrumentation

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Amplicon Liveline Ltd
cpvs
171100, 179999

The wide ranging field of technology the School of Engineering and Built Environment covers, demands the state of the art laboratories, workshops and hardware to support the delivery of high quality teaching, and to align with GCU 2020 Vision and Strategy for Learning.
The procurement of replacement laboratory instruments is to achieve the following objectives:-
• Create smart teaching stations across the laboratories to support teaching in this strategically important laboratory teaching space.
• To upgrade experimenter kits that reflects industry direction of travel and improves professional employment amongst engineering graduates.
• Complements and supports the School’s developments in creating a virtual laboratory environment and to support the ongoing initiatives in e-learning and distance learning.
• The equipment should provide a unified and common user interface and experience that is compatible with the equipment already installed in the laboratory facility. Use of the equipment in an education and training setting should not require amendments to educational and training material.

Replacement of Laboratory Instrumentation

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published December 7, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
171100, 179999

The wide ranging field of technology the School of Engineering and Built Environment covers, demands the state of the art laboratories, workshops and hardware to support the delivery of high quality teaching, and to align with GCU 2020 Vision and Strategy for Learning. The procurement of replacement laboratory instruments is to achieve the following objectives:- • Create smart teaching stations across the laboratories to support teaching in this strategically important laboratory teaching space. • To upgrade experimenter kits that reflects industry direction of travel and improves professional employment amongst engineering graduates. • Complements and supports the School’s developments in creating a virtual laboratory environment and to support the ongoing initiatives in e-learning and distance learning. • The equipment should provide a unified and common user interface and experience that is compatible with the equipment already installed in the laboratory facility. Use of the equipment in an education and training setting should not require amendments to educational and training material.

Demolition of Castlemilk East Church

Cassiltoun Housing Association Ltd. | Published October 15, 2014
Winner
Dem-Master Demolition Limited
cpvs
391000

Safely demolish Castlemilk East Church with due respect for the surrounding environment and community and in line with recognised industry standards and current legislation. Include all superstructure, substructure, hard standings, shrubs and planting within site boundary. Remove all debris from site to a licenced tip or recycling facility. Landscape site on completion of the demolition works as prescribed by the client.

CMAL0104 Information Technogoly Communications

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
72222200, 72223000, 72267100, 72222100

CMAL have no in-house IT resource and as such, wish to outsource all ICT requirements to a single contractor if possible who will retain complete responsibility for delivery, services, maintenance, repairs, maintaining and development of all of all ICT equipment. This will cover all levels, from strategic advice on IT policies and appropriate technologies through to day to day end user and hardware support. A variety of services are currently in contract with a number of suppliers, including Internet and Firewall, Backup, SharePoint and Finance systems. The successful supplier will be required to work with these providers to deliver CMAL a single point of contact and a unified and consistent experience across all products and services. This document sets out a high level the current technologies in use and CMAL’s requirements. Note, any specifics around products and technologies should not be treated as prescriptive – apart from those elements still under contract. CMAL wish to encourage suppliers to propose alternative solutions to their requirements. Although a relatively small organisation, CMAL are responsible for a significant budget and their facilities and resources impact on the lives of many people daily. As such, they require Information Technology Communication Systems which are seamless, secure, functional and ultimately highly available. It should be noted that this contract will be subject to annual renewal based on performance and/or best value reviews up to a maximum of four years. No claim for loss of profit, direct or indirect, disruptions costs or loss/expense will be considered where the contract is not renewed at any point in time. Scope of Work All staff and contractors utilise the IT infrastructure hosted on premise at the Port Glasgow office. The IT infrastructure is based on a virtualised Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 solution which will be transitioned to server 2012 and Office 365 in the near future (the transition to Office 365 is beyond the scope of this tender). Business systems include SharePoint and Access Dimensions. CMAL have approximately 25 Desktop and Laptop computers are based on Microsoft Windows 7 or above, along with a number of Ipad and mobile devices. A more detailed technical description of CMAL requirements will be made available to all parties who qualify for the invitation to tender stage. Infrastructure and hosting environment CMAL’s Server infrastructure is primarily based on Microsoft technologies, the production servers are virtualised across two Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Hyper V hosts. The Servers are HP DL385 G7 Models and are hosted on site at the HQ in Port Glasgow. The server Hardware is now under extended access from a third party warranty supplier. Active Directory, Email and File and Print services are currently provided by Microsoft SBS 2008, SBS also provides remote access to IT services. Separate Virtual servers provide SQL, SharePoint, Finance applications and CCTV Systems/services. The Anti-Virus solution is Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security, additionally OpenDNS has been implemented and a management agent is deployed to PCs and Laptops. CMAL are undergoing a separate project at present to evaluate the external hosting of the SharePoint environment. No other services are currently being hosted externally. Business Applications CMAL’s Key business applications include: - Microsoft Office Professional 2010 Suite - Microsoft Project - Access Dimensions - SharePoint (document management) - Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Agent - Auto Cad - Sage Payroll The successful supplier should take over the supply and management of all licensing as above, plus any additional requirements that arise. Local Area Network and Internet connectivity Local Area Network The current LAN includes a combination of managed and unmanaged switches as well as separate networks for voice and data. CMAL would prefer to adopt a sing

GRI Oil Tanks Refurbishment

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
cpvs
391213

This scope of these works cover the remedial works and performance standards required in order to achieve site-wide compliance with the Water Environment (Oil Storage) (Scotland) Regulations 2006
(OSR) and the following Pollution Prevention guidelines for best practice on 17 Oil Tanks at GRI:
- PPG2 : above ground oil storage
- PPG3 : use and design of oil separators in surface water drainage systems
- PPG7 : the safe operation of refuelling facilities
- PPG22 : dealing with spills

Unconventional Oil and Gas Development; Decommissioning, Site Restoration and Aftercare

Scottish Government | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
cpvs
159999

The broad aims of the research are to: better understand the steps that can be taken to ensure decommissioning, site restoration and aftercare can be undertaken in a way that ensures robust regulation and minimises impacts on communities and the environment; to identify and explore different models of financial guarantee that provide robust security against liabilities and improve understanding of associated costs. The research should consider both shale oil and gas and coal bed methane developments and highlight any differences between them.

Realtime Simulator

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult | Published September 8, 2017  -  Deadline September 27, 2017
cpvs
34150000

ORE Catapult is in the process of enhancing its real-time simulation capability and subsequently have a requirement for a real-time simulator that is capable of communicating with standard wind industry power converters and automation industry drives which will allow ORE Catapult to conduct novel control strategy of complex power systems and power electronics systems in a high speed and accurate manner. The equipment will be located on an eGrid (Grid Emulator System) test stand based in Blyth, Northumberland, in an enclosed facility. The test stand will allow the possibility of accelerated validation of wind and marine renewable energy devices in a controlled environment, reducing time to market, improving reliability and mitigating the risks associated with deployment of these devices.

Unconventional Oil and Gas Development; Decommissioning, Site Restoration and Aftercare

Scottish Government | Published February 12, 2016
Winner
Aecom
cpvs
159999

The broad aims of the research are to:
better understand the steps that can be taken to ensure decommissioning, site restoration and aftercare can be undertaken in a way that ensures robust regulation and minimises impacts on communities and the environment;
to identify and explore different models of financial guarantee that provide robust security against liabilities and improve understanding of associated costs.
The research should consider both shale oil and gas and coal bed methane developments and highlight any differences between them.

Provision for Replacement of Laboratory Instrumentation

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
cpvs
171100, 179999

The wide ranging field of technology that the School of Engineering and Built Environment covers, demands the state of the art laboratories, workshops and hardware to support the delivery of high quality teaching, and to align with GCU 2020 Vision and Strategy for Learning. The procurement of replacement laboratory instruments is to achieve the following objectives:- • Create smart teaching stations across the laboratories to support teaching in this strategically important laboratory teaching space, • To upgrade obsolete experimenter kits that reflects industry direction of travel and improves professional employment amongst engineering graduates.

Tourism Destination Leadership Programme

Scottish Enterprise | Published September 8, 2015
Winner
Edinburgh Institute, Edinburgh Napier University
cpvs
171000, 171010, 179999

Contract Award Notice: Scottish Enterprise (SE) has awarded a contract for the delivery of 3 rounds of the Tourism Destination Leadership Programme (TDLP)with a completion date of 31 August 2018. The TDLP has been run as a pilot over 2 years, during 2013/14 (Edinburgh and St Andrews) and 2014/15 (Edinburgh and Argyll & Isles). To date 38 participants have completed the programme. The pilot process has provided extensive feedback and learning which has been incorporated into this brief. The TDLP is a unique professional development programme. It is designed to provide experienced individuals within key destinations with a challenging and inspiring environment where they can develop the skills, knowledge, behaviours and networks required to take on industry leadership roles at a destination level. The programme has been developed in recognition that leadership skills and behaviours at a destination level are significantly different from those required within an individual business environment. While the programme is specifically aimed at upskilling individuals within destinations, core to the programme is working with cohorts from specific destinations. This approach ensures that destinations develop a critical mass of well networked new and emerging leaders with the capacity to support and build the strong collective and collaborative leadership structures and networks required to successfully deliver the destinations’ strategic growth objectives. Successful participants will be awarded with an Executive Certificate in Leadership or equivalent and be certified as CPD (Continual Professional Development).

Provision of Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Teaching - Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published November 6, 2014
Winner
City Of Glasgow College
cpvs
80580000

Glasgow Caledonian University wishes to procure the services of a Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Teaching provider to service the Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate/Staff community. It is anticipated that students will be interested in a range of levels of language learning including; beginners’, preliminary, intermediate, general, professional and advanced. Potential providers must be able to offer provision at these levels. It is anticipated that there will be student demand for modules in French, Spanish, and German across all levels and demand for Mandarin at beginners’ level. Potential providers of Modern Foreign Language services must be able to provide these language options. The university will also be interested in tenders that can offer Arabic and Portuguese. Students will be taught either a) in a traditional classroom/language Laboratory environment with an element of online learning if appropriate; or b) through blended learning with a predominantly online component using an established Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) which will include some face-to-face tutorial contact The modules will be delivered at Glasgow Caledonian University, 70 Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA or in a location in the city of Glasgow accessible to Glasgow Caledonian University students and/or through an appropriate VLE in conjunction with either or both of these geographical locations. CPV: 80580000.

Provision of Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Teaching — Glasgow Caledonian University.

Glasgow Caledonian University | Published November 8, 2014
Winner
City of Glasgow College
cpvs
80580000

Glasgow Caledonian University wishes to procure the services of a Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Teaching provider to service the Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate/Staff community. It is anticipated that students will be interested in a range of levels of language learning including; beginners', preliminary, intermediate, general, professional and advanced. Potential providers must be able to offer provision at these levels. It is anticipated that there will be student demand for modules in French, Spanish, and German across all levels and demand for Mandarin at beginners' level. Potential providers of Modern Foreign Language services must be able to provide these language options. The university will also be interested in tenders that can offer Arabic and Portuguese. Students will be taught either a) in a traditional classroom/language Laboratory environment with an element of online learning if appropriate; or b) through blended learning with a predominantly online component using an established Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) which will include some face-to-face tutorial contact. The modules will be delivered at Glasgow Caledonian University, 70 Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA or in a location in the city of Glasgow accessible to Glasgow Caledonian University students and/or through an appropriate VLE in conjunction with either or both of these geographical locations.

Energy Park Fife - Mooring Dolphin Construction (P17-0172)

Scottish Enterprise | Published April 11, 2017
Winner
John Graham Construction Ltd T/A Graham Construction
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This is a Contract Award Notice detailing the outcome of the competitive procurement process. The original contract notice read as follows: "Scottish Enterprise has implemented significant investment in Energy Park Fife in recent years to form development platforms; remediate areas of localised contamination; refurbish existing buildings; construct a new access roundabout and internal distributor road; install new power and utility infrastructure; and undertake remedial work to existing coastal defences. As part of the continued improvement of facilities at Energy Park Fife it is proposed that a number of new mooring structures will be provided. This will allow for the mooring of North Sea class barges for the fabrication yard located adjacent simultaneously on each of Quaysides 1 and 2, and will also obviate the need for the existing inshore anchored mooring points. Scottish Enterprise have previously acquired the tubular piles required for the construction of the mooring dolphins, however these tubes will require splicing to the required length, as per the works drawings. In addition to the provision of mooring dolphins, works will include for the repair of significant defects at both Quayside 1 and Quayside 2, and to a series of "hung-up" piles along Quayside 2. There is also a requirement to effect various underwater quay wall minor repairs, and to remove a large underwater obstruction located on the sea bed opposite Quayside 2. Construction works generally include: Rock coring in the marine environment; Installation of piling in the Marine Environment; In-situ reinforced concrete works; Miscellaneous civil engineering works; Quay wall repairs in the form of secant piling with pressure grouting; Quay wall repairs in the form of welded plating carried out by divers. Full details of the required works can be found within the Invitation to Tender documents on Public Contracts Scotland. Bidders must register interest in this contract opportunity through the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) procurement portal – www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk. The Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation is available for download from there. Bidders should submit their tender through the secure postbox on Public Contracts Scotland no later than the stated deadline."