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Environment Agency - South East Minor Works Framework

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline September 21, 2016
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45000000

The framework's 4 distinct lots cover the types of services and works falling under the following categories: 1. River Maintenance and Vegetation Management including incident response at both 12-hours and 24-hours notice to support the Environment Agency 2. Civil Construction, Maintenance, Design and Build including associated M&E and Early Supplier Engagement, 3. Design, Manufacture and Installation of Fabricated Steel, aluminium structures and other works and Maintenance, 4. River Restoration and associated works.

C.IP.CDE Common Data Environment (CDE).

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
Asite Solutions Limited
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72000000, 72200000, 72212100, 72212300, 72212310, 72212311, 72512000, 72212783

Award of the following for Thames Tideway Tunnel: The Thames Tideway Tunnel (TTT) is a significant infrastructure asset which will be delivered through a regulated Infrastructure Provider (IP). The IP will be a standalone entity with its own licence from Ofwat. The IP itself (including the required equity) will be procured by Thames Water Utilities Limited (TWUL) through a competitive OJEU process. Thames Tideway Tunnel Limited (TTTCo) is a transitional body established by TWUL. At completion of the works the asset will be handed over to TWUL for the maintenance phase. Thames Tideway Tunnel is required to provide a Common Data Environment (CDE) in compliance with the guidelines outlined in PAS1192-2:2013 Clause 9.2, notably for the exchange, coordination, compliance and storage of data. The CDE will be used to exchange a variety of data entities (including drawings, BIM models, setting-out data, correspondence (including NEC3 communications), reports, financial cost data, risk register data, images, and programmes) initially between the Project Managers and Contractors. The package will involve the hosting (if required), design, implementation, maintenance and support of the CDE with relevant skills and resources to fulfil the project's needs. The implementation phase of the project is expected to commence from October 2014 and delivered no later than March 2015, with ongoing support and maintenance until 2023. The contract will be awarded by TWUL with the intention it will be novated to the IP in due course. The Contracting Entity gives no guarantee or warranty that either TWUL or the IP will continue to use this contract in the long term and break clauses will be included in the contract accordingly. Any novation shall be at the IP's discretion. Interested organisations should refer to II.2) (Quantity or scope) and VI.3) (Additional information) and to the PQP for further information on the description of the Services, the Project and the Contract.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published January 8, 2015
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72000000, 72200000, 72212100, 72212300, 72212310, 72212311, 72512000, 72212783

Common Data Environment Services for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project

Environment Agency - Service of Sumps and Sump Pumps at Thames Barrier and Associated Gates

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline January 9, 2017
Winner
Cougar Industries Ltd (t/a Cougar Pumps)
cpvs
50000000

The Environment Agency is seeking services for the maintenance of Sumps & Sump Pumps at Thames Barrier & Associated Gates.

Environment Agency - Office Cleaning Services at Thames Barrier and Associated Buildings

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published September 6, 2016  -  Deadline September 29, 2016
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39000000

The Environment Agency is seeking an office cleaning contractor to maintain the cleanliness of our offices to a high standard.

Environment Agency - Supply, Installation, & Commissioning of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panels

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
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45351000

This is an invitation to express an interest to supply, install and comission solar panels for three Environment Agency offices in Tonbridge - Office TN11 9AS, Alverdiscott Depot EX39 4DA and Ely Office CB4 TX. We require the supply and installation providing a minimum specification of 35,000 Kw/hours per site per year from solar photovoltaic cells (PV’s) on the roof or available ground area to generate electricity which can be directly fed into the premises energy supply to help offset the energy consumption, exporting any excess energy back to the national grid in accordance with the requirements set by the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) under G59/2. We also require a display screen to be placed in the building for monitoring purposes. This project is to be delivered by an MCS accredited contractor.

Environment Agency - Supply of 1.0m High Metal Frames Temporary Flood Barriers

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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44000000

Supply of 1.0m High Metal Frames Temporary Flood Barriers frames with metal panels spanning between them with or without an impermeable membrane.

Environment Agency - Supply of 1.0m High Temporary Flood Barriers of Filled Containers

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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44000000

Supply and Delivery Of Temporary Flood Protection Products of Filled Containers Either Permeable Filled Containers That Consist Of Cellular Barriers made of Permeable Materials such as Geotextile or Geosynthetic Fabrics and Filled with Aggregates or Other Materials to form a Barrier against Floodwater Or Impermeable Filled Containers That Consist Of . Barriers Made of Impermeable Materials such as Polyester, Polyethylene and Plastic, which Is Filled with Water or Aggregates to Provide Additional Weight.

Environment Agency - Supply of 1.0m High Filled Tubes Temporary Flood Barriers

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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44000000

Supply and Delivery Of Temporary Flood Protection Products Filled Tubes With a Minimum Barrier Height of 1.0m. Either Air-Filled Tubes That Consist Of Typically Pre-Fabricated Impermeable Membrane Tube Filled With Air to Form a Dam Or Water-Filled Tubes That Consist Of Typically Pre-Fabricated Impermeable Membrane Tube Filled With Water to Form a Dam.

Environment Agency - C00183 Building Threshold Survey for River Thames Scheme from Datchet to Teddington

 | Published June 6, 2016  -  Deadline June 20, 2016
cpvs
71351000

Building Threshold Level Survey and provision of digital data for flood modelling and Property Level Protection funding. Approximately 3400 properties within survey area that is situated in Lower Thames.

Environment Agency - Invasive Non Native Species - Isolated Catchment Mapping

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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71354100

This project is a high level mapping project to identify hydrologically 'isolated catchments' to support our position on invasive non-native species.

Environment Agency - Fabrication and Delivery of a Log Cabin

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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44211000

To manufacture/supply the log cabin "shell" offsite as per the concept design and deliver as a kit of parts. Please see attached the proposed concept design of the welfare relief facility, both a floor plan and 3D visualisation. The proposed welfare relief unit is to provide the following rooms (not including fixtures and fittings) in a log cabin form: - 1x Male and Female WC wet room (Public usage) (1.6 sq.m) - 1x Male and Female WC (Staff usage) (2.6 sq.m) - 1x Urinal and sink wet room (Public usage) (1.5 sq.m) - 1x DDA compliant shower and WC wet room (Public usage) (6.8 sq.m) - 1x Relief Room (Staff usage) (8.4 sq.m) Log Cabin Dimensions: 8.16m x 3.35m

Environment Agency - Gas Riser/Lift Extract replacement/refurbishment

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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50710000

1) Refurbish or replace Gas Riser 2) Refurbish or replace lift extract and connect to the fire alarm 3) Remove redundant commercial kitchen extract/AHU

Environment Agency - Repair and refurbishment to Groundwater Borehole sites

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published August 18, 2017  -  Deadline September 1, 2017
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45232152

To repair/refurbish 11 groundwater borehole sites across Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Surrey. Works include replacement, refurbishment or repair to kiosks, replacement or refurbishment of borehole covers, repair works to borehole headworks and the replacement of an artesian tap.

Environment Agency - C00171 Topographic Survey for Ginge Brook Flood Modelling Study Syphon by Thames (450160E, 194300) to Lud Bridge (445461E, 189234N)

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
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71355000

River channel survey and provision of digital data for flood modelling.

River Medway Inland Waterways Dredger Barge and Tug Boat.

Environment Agency | Published December 6, 2014
Winner
MPI Services (UK) Limited t/a Manor MarinePortland Port Business Centre, CastletownPortland DT5 1PB mpiservices@manormarine.co.uk +44 1305820777
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34000000

As part of its role, the Environment Agency is the navigation authority for the inland navigation on the River Medway in Kent. The navigation starts in Tonbridge and ends at Allington Lock near Maidstone, where the river becomes tidal. The navigation is 31 km long and has 10 locks and associated weirs and sluices. Each year, winter floods on the Medway move thousands of tonnes of silt and river ballast. As well as fallen trees, this material blocks navigation channels and locks and prevents boats on the river from being able to navigate. Under the Upper Medway Navigation and Conservancy Act 1911, the Environment Agency has a statutory duty to ensure the river remains navigable and that the channels are dredged to published depths. The published depths can be found on the Environment Agency's 2014/15 Customer Charter for the River Medway here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/river-medway-customer-charter The Environment Agency currently outsources its dredging requirements each year. The contractor is mobilised in March and usually finishes work in June. This operation is costly, and leaves the Agency with no options to deal with fallen trees or new shoals outside this period. The decision has therefore been taken to bring dredging back in-house and in doing so procure a new Inland Waterways Dredger Barge and Tug Boat to meet the operational requirements.

South East Minor Works Framework

Environment Agency | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline September 21, 2016
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The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets.

The Environment Agency is intending to select framework contractors to undertake the works detailed in the Specification for the Minor Works Framework across the South East of England — this incorporates the Agency's geographical areas of Herts and North London, West Thames, Solent and South Downs, and Kent and South London.

Suppliers for each lot will be required to service the whole of the Environment Agency's South East region for that Lot, covering the 4 geographical areas.

The Framework will be split into 4 distinct ‘Lots’, reflecting different areas of work. Suppliers are able to apply for any number of lots. Any suppliers applying for more than 1 lot must detail how they will be able to manage to cover simultaneously each lot applied for.

The framework's 4 distinct lots cover the types of services and works falling under the following categories:

1. River Maintenance and Vegetation Management including incident response at both 12-hours and 24-hours notice to support the Environment Agency,

2. Civil Construction, Maintenance, Design and Build including associated M&E and Early Supplier Engagement,

3. Design, Manufacture and Installation of Fabricated Steel, aluminium structures and other works and Maintenance,

4. River Restoration and associated works.

Please note that under lot 2 (Civils works) 87 % of the works tendered under the current Minor Works Framework were of a value of 50 000 GBP or less. Therefore, whilst there may be some larger value works tendered under this lot, the majority of the works are anticipated to be of a similar value, and therefore the supplier profile we are targeting for this lot are those suppliers who are keen to undertake works valued at 50 000 GBP or less.

For lots 1, 3, and 4, more than 80 % of the works awarded under these lots were at a value of 25 000 GBP and under, and therefore the Environment Agency is, in the main, looking for suppliers who want to bid for and provide works of this value level.

The services are to be delivered primarily in South East England, to cover the Environment Agency Areas listed below. However, this does not preclude the service covering other Areas on an ad-hoc basis, or as otherwise required:

— Kent and South London (KSL);

— Solent and South Downs (SSD);

— West Thames (WT);

— Hertfordshire and North London (HNL).

Use of this framework may also be offered to the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), and to its associated bodies including any Agencies and non departmental public bodies. As such, any indicative volumes or estimated framework values may be subject to change.

The framework will be a multiple supplier framework with provision for the projects under each lot to be competitively tendered at individual project call off level.

It is envisaged that the framework will be awarded on the basis of the following number of suppliers:

Lot 1: 4 suppliers;

Lot 2: 6 suppliers;

Lot 3: 4 suppliers;

Lot 4: 4 suppliers.

South East Minor Works Framework

Environment Agency | Published August 24, 2016
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50000000, 44000000, 45000000, 51000000, 71000000

The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets.

The Environment Agency is intending to select framework contractors to undertake the works detailed in the Specification for the Minor Works Framework across the South East of England — this incorporates the Agency's geographical areas of Herts and North London, West Thames, Solent and South Downs, and Kent and South London.

Suppliers for each lot will be required to service the whole of the Environment Agency's South East region for that Lot, covering the 4 geographical areas.

The Framework will be split into 4 distinct ‘Lots’, reflecting different areas of work. Suppliers are able to apply for any number of lots. Any suppliers applying for more than 1 lot must detail how they will be able to manage to cover simultaneously each lot applied for.

The framework's 4 distinct lots cover the types of services and works falling under the following categories:

1. River Maintenance and Vegetation Management including incident response at both 12-hours and 24-hours notice to support the Environment Agency,

2. Civil Construction, Maintenance, Design and Build including associated M&E and Early Supplier Engagement,

3. Design, Manufacture and Installation of Fabricated Steel, aluminium structures and other works and Maintenance,

4. River Restoration and associated works.

Please note that under lot 2 (Civils works) 87 % of the works tendered under the current Minor Works Framework were of a value of 50 000 GBP or less. Therefore, whilst there may be some larger value works tendered under this lot, the majority of the works are anticipated to be of a similar value, and therefore the supplier profile we are targeting for this lot are those suppliers who are keen to undertake works valued at 50 000 GBP or less.

For lots 1, 3, and 4, more than 80 % of the works awarded under these lots were at a value of 25 000 GBP and under, and therefore the Environment Agency is, in the main, looking for suppliers who want to bid for and provide works of this value level.

The services are to be delivered primarily in South East England, to cover the Environment Agency Areas listed below. However, this does not preclude the service covering other Areas on an ad-hoc basis, or as otherwise required:

— Kent and South London (KSL);

— Solent and South Downs (SSD);

— West Thames (WT);

— Hertfordshire and North London (HNL).

Use of this framework may also be offered to the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), and to its associated bodies including any Agencies and non departmental public bodies. As such, any indicative volumes or estimated framework values may be subject to change.

The framework will be a multiple supplier framework with provision for the projects under each lot to be competitively tendered at individual project call off level.

It is envisaged that the framework will be awarded on the basis of the following number of suppliers:

Lot 1: 4 suppliers;

Lot 2: 6 suppliers;

Lot 3: 4 suppliers;

Lot 4: 4 suppliers.

YPO - 000717 Domestic Appliances

 | Published July 4, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
cpvs
39700000

YPO are looking for suppliers to be appointed onto a Framework Agreement for the supply of Domestic Appliances for use in the education, domestic and public sector environment. This agreement will run from period of the 01st Jan 2017 until the 31st Dec 2018 with the 2 options to extend for a further 12 months.

Marlow FAS - Gossmore Lane Road Raising Works

Environment Agency | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
cpvs
05030000

Raising of the public highway by around 1.0m at the north end of Gossmore Lane, Marlow to create a ramp approximately 45m long tying into the A404 embankment, and local footpath raising at a Network Rail pedestrian crossing of the Marlow branch railway line.  Highway works will be carried out under Section 278 agreement with Transport for Buckinghamshire and rail works under agreement with and supervision of Network Rail, both agreements will be obtained by the Environment Agency.