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Environment Agency - Midlands & Anglian MEICA Framework

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
cpvs
51100000

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. This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) services including: • Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM); • Provision of a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and • Project Works (PW).

Environment Agency - Construction Site Security for Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area

 | Published April 7, 2016  -  Deadline April 28, 2016
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79713000

To provide an adhoc site security service to various Environment Agency construction sites in the Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area.

Environment Agency - Logistics, storage and transport requirements for Major Incident Response

 | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
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60000000

The Environment Agency requires a 24/7, 365 logistics service that covers all of England to source, store, move, track and repatriate equipment before, during and after incidents, primarily flooding. We require a minimum of 1500 sq. meters of secure indoor storage space. This will be split across more than 1 storage location for business continuity reasons. Movement of the equipment will be informed by reliable weather and flood forecasting. This will enable us to provide the service provider with a 24 to 72 hour notice period. The service provider needs to be capable of delivering equipment to locations anywhere in England within an 8 to 12 hour window. Equipment varies in size and weight but typical requirements range from between 4 and 32 stackable stillages of approximately 1000 kg each, to any individual location. Some of the equipment requires specialist handling. The service provider also needs the capability to source additional equipment and resources in similar timeframes to support the response. The potential delivery locations may have specific access issues including vehicle size or weight restrictions. The Environment Agency need the ability to track and monitor in real time the movement and deployment of the equipment. Innovation from the market place to establish this would be welcomed. Repatriation of the equipment and access for inspection, maintenance and repair will be essential. Suppliers must be able to demonstrate safe systems of working, and should hold active certifications for standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001.

Environment Agency - Sampling and air monitoring services for asbestos contaminated waste sites and asbestos contaminated waste materials.

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published November 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 26, 2015
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71355000

To provide a range of services to assist in the regulation of permitted and illegal waste sites where these sites are known or suspected of being contaminated with asbestos or which have asbestos contaminated wastes present. The services include sampling, air quality monitoring for re-assurance, analysis of samples and interpretation and reporting of findings The services may be required individually or in combination. Quick turnaround times are required for these services.

Haulage of Flood Barriers in Midlands Region

Environment Agency | Published October 10, 2013  -  Deadline October 24, 2013
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32000000

Midlands Region has a requirement for a Framework Agreement for the movement of the Environment Agency’s flood defences to various sites. These sites are located mainly in the Midlands West Region, and some in the East. Some movements may be to sites in other Environment Agency Regions. 

 

Construction Site Security in Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands

 | Published April 12, 2016  -  Deadline April 28, 2016
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79000000

To provide an adhoc site security service to various Environment Agency construction sites in the Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area

VOID PSA11 CCTV viewing platform for SHHRWG area

Environment Agency | Published December 24, 2014  -  Deadline January 6, 2015
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03030000

Development, secure hosting and maintenance of a camera management platform to enable Environment Agency Officers to view still and live streaming images from a multitude of cameras over the Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire areas. 

Anglian and Midlands Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) Framework (AMMF2).

Environment Agency | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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71334000, 31000000, 44300000, 50530000, 51100000, 71300000

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 Coast Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation and other sites and assets.

This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls and Automation (MEICA) services including:

— Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM);

— Provision for a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and

— Project Works (PW).

Anglian and Midlands Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) Framewo

Environment Agency | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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71334000, 31000000, 44300000, 50530000, 51100000, 71300000

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 Coast Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation and other sites and assets.

This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls and Automation (MEICA) services including:

— Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM);

— Provision for a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and

— Project Works (PW).

Tender for the Provision of an Outsourced Cleaning Services Contract.

Solihull College | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
Bespoke Cleaning Services Limited
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90910000, 90911300, 90900000, 90911200, 90919000, 90919300, 90911000, 90911100, 90919200

A managed cleaning service provision starting on 1.8.2015 (to coincide with the expiry of the incumbent contract) is required to support the College in the delivery of a clean and safe working environment for students, staff and visitors throughout their daily use. Daily and Periodic Cleans will be required.

PSA 11 - Back up Generator for Trentside Office

Environment Agency | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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12160000, 27010000

To supply and install a 200kVA generator system linked to the mains supply which will kick in and provide power to the Environment Agency Trentside Offices in Nottingham in the event of a power failure.

 

 

 

Provision of rock armour block-stone to Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands areas.

Environment Agency | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 14, 2014
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44000000

To supply and deliver rock armour mainly to the Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands area of the Environment Agency but possibly to other areas nearby Material: — Sedimentary material e.g. sandstone, sandstone gritstone, limestone, gritstone, having a bulk density of at least 2 tonnes/m³. — Alternative types of rock such as granite are not our preferred material as they shard easily which is a health and safety issue, however it will be considered. * Sandstone Gritstone is the preferred material for Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands Area. — There shall be some variation between the minimum and maximum sizes of stone in each load. — No stone will be accepted which is susceptible to damage by the action of frost. — Pieces of stone shall be roughly cubical or rectangular in shape. — Pieces of stone to be no greater than 1.2 m and no less than 0.4 m in any one dimension. — Pieces of stone shall have a minimum weight of 0.25 tonnes and a maximum weight of 1 tonne. — Loads of stone shall not contain foreign matter such as scrap metal, wood and plastic that could cause damage to the Environment. Delivery and Lead Times — Delivered to site by supplier by lorry. An Environment Agency member of staff will be present to take delivery and to sign delivery documentation. — Tipped on site by supplier. — Safe access to sites via tarmac or stone track, or directly onto a stoned compound area. — Lead time from order placement, generally 1 week. — If materials delivered do not meet our specification, we reserve the right to reject delivery, at no cost to the Environment Agency. Liabilities — Supplier is responsible for any damages caused to lorries during loading, haulage and tipping of Rip Rap, due to size and weight of stone. Lorries with barn doors are generally used due to the potential for damage to the rear of vehicles when tipping.

(Contracts Finder) Small Tool & Plant Maintenance

Environment Agency | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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02000000, 32000000

This framework relates to the maintenance and servicing of small tools and plant which is owned by the Environment Agency. Typically, this equipment is used by Ops Delivery and their Field Teams in their day to day activities, which includes reactive and planned repair and maintenance works.

 

This process supercedes a previous process where an OJEU procedure was undertaken but was unsuccessful in providing a satisfactory solution.

 

 

VOID - Provision of Rip Rap Blockstone for Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area

Environment Agency | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline September 21, 2015
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05240000

There is a requirement for the provision of Rip Rap (Blockstone) at various sites in the Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands areas of the Environment Agency. There may be occasions where other areas namely Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottingham; Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire teams would utilise this framework, as this approach may provide best value for money. 

 

In the course of their duties they are often required to use rock armour (Rip Rap) block-stone. This material is primarily used for erosion protection to ensure that flood defences such as embankments and walls remain at their target condition. Other uses may include rock ramps for fish passage improvements and ramps to allow safe access for watercourse maintenance. The exact nature of this Rip Rap is detailed within specification documents. 

Tender for the Provision of an Outsourced Cleaning Services Contract.

Solihull College | Published December 6, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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33711900, 33760000, 33763000

A managed cleaning service provision starting on 1.8.2015 (to coincide with the expiry of the incumbent contract) is required to support the College in the delivery of a clean and safe working environment for students, staff and visitors throughout their daily use. Daily and Periodic Cleans will be required. Further details are available in the Scope documentation which is available via the In-Tend site: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/fe/aspx/Home This is a Pre-qualification (PQQ) process to shortlist potential suppliers to tender. Suppliers that would like to take part in this tender process are invited to ‘Express interest’ upon which access will be given to all the documentation related to this tender. The deadline for completed PQQ submissions is 12.1.2015 at 15:00 pm. Please ensure you leave sufficient time to make your return as late returns may be rejected. Any questions related to this PQQ or Tender process should be made via Correspondence on the website.

(OJEU) 2015-2016 Slaughden Beach — Rock Armour Delivery.

Environment Agency | Published January 9, 2016
Winner
Keynvor Morlift Ltd
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14210000

1. Description The requirement is for the supply and delivery of Rock to Slaughden Beach at Aldeburgh Suffolk (Nearest post code: IP15 5NA; Grid Ref: TM 46369 55205); 2. Quantities The following quantities of rock are to be delivered (specification and details below): — 5 000 t of 3-6t sized rock armour; 3. Delivery Constraints The following constraints apply to the delivery of Rock; 3.1. Rock delivery will be December 2015, float may be available in the program to cater for delays but this should not be relied upon; 3.2. Delivery of 3-6t rock must come from the sea directly to the beach with no road delivery; 3.3. Beach delivery area currently has old redundant steel groynes in place. These will be removed by the Environment Agency (It is not required that this be undertaken by the supplier) a 3 week lead in time is required to complete this before deliveries can be commenced; 4. Additional Suppler Provisions: Supplier will provide ; 4.1. All surveys required for transshipment and delivery to beach; 4.2. Any buoys, markers or similar for supply and other; 4.3. Any off shore safety requirement as needed.

(OJEU) 2015-2016 Slaughden Beach — Rock Armour Delivery.

Environment Agency | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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14210000

1. Description The requirement is for the supply and delivery of Rock to Slaughden Beach at Aldeburgh Suffolk (Nearest post code: IP15 5NA; Grid Ref: TM 46369 55205). 2. Quantities The following quantities of rock are to be delivered (specification and details below): — 5000t of 3-6t sized rock armour 3. Delivery Constraints The following constraints apply to the delivery of Rock 3.1. Rock delivery will be December 2015, float may be available in the program to cater for delays but this should not be relied upon. 3.2. Delivery of 3-6t rock must come from the sea directly to the beach with no road delivery 3.3. Beach delivery area currently has old redundant steel groynes in place. These will be removed by the Environment Agency (It is NOT required that this be undertaken by the supplier) a 3 week lead in time is required to complete this before deliveries can be commenced. 4. Additional Suppler Provisions: Supplier will provide 4.1. All surveys required for transhipment and delivery to beach. 4.2. Any buoys, markers or similar for supply and other. 4.3. Any off shore safety requirement as needed.

***VOID*** Lower Dove Fencing Requirement (Delivery to Uttoxeter depot)

Environment Agency | Published September 25, 2013  -  Deadline October 2, 2013
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05270000

The contract is for the provision of the following:

Stock proof fencing
1050 1650x75mm diameter posts
3750m of barbed wire
3700m of C6/90/30 sheep fencing
200 straining posts 125mm in diameter
10000 ¾inch staples

Post and rail fencing
1500 100mm (4") posts
2100 100mm diameter half-round  wooden rails, 3.6m in length
20,000 4inch nails

Stiles
100 1650x125mm diameter posts
100 200x50mm planks, 1m long

4.2m wide gates
31 galvanised 6 or 7 bar field gates
31 114mm diameter galvanised hanging posts
31 clipper posts
200 bags of post mix

3.6m wide gates
15 galvanised 6 or 7 bar field gates
15 114mm diameter galvanised hanging posts
15 clipper posts
90 bags of post mix

Please note that all timber must be FSC compliant and that all deliveries will be to the Environment Agency's Uttoxeter Depot

 

(OJEU) 2015-2016 Slaughden Beach - Rock Armour

Environment Agency | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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05240000, 05250000

1.    Description

The requirement is for the supply and delivery of Rock to Slaughden Beach at Aldeburgh Suffolk (Nearest post code: IP15 5NA; Grid Ref: TM 46369 55205).

 

2.    Quantities

The following quantities of rock are to be delivered (specification and details below):

-       5000t of 3-6t sized rock armour

 

3.    Delivery Constraints

The following constraints apply to the delivery of Rock

3.1.        Rock delivery will be December 2015, float may be available in the program to cater for delays but this should not be relied upon. 

3.2.        Delivery of 3-6t rock must come from the sea directly to the beach with no road delivery

3.3.        Beach delivery area currently has old redundant steel groynes in place. These will be removed by the Environment Agency (It is NOT required that this be undertaken by the supplier) a 3 week lead in time is required to complete this before deliveries can be commenced.

 

4.    Additional Suppler Provisions:

Supplier will provide

4.1.        All surveys required for transhipment and delivery to beach.

4.2.        Any buoys, markers or similar for supply and other.

4.3.        Any off shore safety requirement as needed.

 

School cleaning services

Arden Multi-Academy Trust | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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90919300, 70130000

Arden Academy is situated in pleasant surroundings in Knowle, Solihull. It is an oversubscribed 11-18 High Performing Specialist Academy. At Arden, all pride themselves on doing the very best for every pupil, helping them achieve their full educational potential as they develop into happy, well-rounded young adults, of whom all can be very proud. In return for the School doing their best, they expect every pupil to match up to the high academic and personal standards that they set as a pre-requisite for being part of the Arden family. Arden is a place where a child can really flourish and all staff will do their very best to see them reach their maximum personal and academic potential.

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Supplier whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of cleaning services and lettings management within the facilities for Arden Academy. The high quality service levels proposed, should maintain excellent standards throughout, resulting in a pleasant environment for both the pupils and staff.

The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful Supplier to operate to at all times, is being able to provide a school that is fit for purpose and that the Supplier is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications are achieved and that the frequency of cleans is as detailed within the tender specification.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.1.2018 until 31.12.2020 and will be fixed price in nature, with the Supplier invoicing the Client for one-twelfth of the annual cost on a monthly basis.

It should be noted that the successful Supplier will be expected to bring to the contract: innovation; new equipment; and cleaning methods, with BICSc standards being achieved as a minimum, thus ensuring that the highest levels of cleanliness are maintained in all areas at all times and also ensuring that the productivity of the cleaning operatives is enhanced moving forward into the new contract term.

At present 11 cleaning operatives (one of whom is an employee of Arden Academy) are employed to work an average of 257 hours per week, between the hours of 6:00 — 8:00 and 15:30 — 18:00, Monday to Friday, which includes a Contract Manager undertaking cleaning and non-cleaning duties, totalling 30 hours per week.

The value of the current contracts are circa 170 000 GBP + VAT which includes daily cleaning duties for 39 weeks of the year plus 4 weeks' flexible periodic cleaning, washroom services, bin collection twice per week and window cleaning once per annum.

The Client will be responsible for communicating arrangements for out-of-hours use and the lettings service should comprise unlocking, locking and alarming of the relevant buildings in accordance with confirmed bookings, checking and switching off technical equipment, explaining fire procedures and fire risk assessments and ensuring appropriate risk assessments are completed. The successful Supplier will also be responsible for checking fixtures and fittings before and after the letting and keeping signed copies of the lettings agreements.

The successful Supplier will ensure the hirer has made appropriate arrangements for uncollected children and any permission from parents on arrangements for being taken off premises (and emergency contacts) and transportation arrangements.

Whilst the Client prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the governing body is not obliged to accept the lowest price.

The Client's objectives:

— To build upon the standards of cleanliness within the school;

— To generate an improved learning environment for all students within the school;

— To receive a service that complies with the service standards;

— To receive consistently high quality cleaning standards, via a motivated and fully staffed workforce;

— To receive an effective, timely lettings service;

— To receive pro-active management support for the cleaning and lettings staff;

— To hold regular review meetings with the successful Supplier;

— To achieve overall value for money.

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