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Intrinsically Safe Hydraulic Power Packs

Maritime and Coastguard Agency | Published September 1, 2017  -  Deadline October 3, 2017
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42122210

Text to be corrected in the original notice: Place of text to be modified: After \"The MCA wishes to purchase...\" AND after \"...intrinsically safe...\" Instead of: \"...3...\" AND \"...for operation in potentially hazardous atmospheres, complying with...\" Read: \"...up to three...\" AND \"...for Zone 2 hazardous areas, complying with...\" Other additional information: The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement. The MCA wishes to purchase three Intrinsically Safe Hydraulic Power Packs with the option to purchase a further 3 systems in the Financial year 2018-19. There is no guarantee of placing this further order as it will be subject to budget availability. The Power Packs will be required to be intrinsically safe for Zone 1 Hazardous Areas, complying with UK and European Legislation. The Power Packs will be used outside in marine environments and will therefore need to be constructed of durable weather/salt water resistant materials and components, and be operable in the extremes of temperature foreseeable in the UK climate.

Mini-Competition under the NWUPC Magnetic Resonance Equipment, Accessories, Consumables, Maintenance and Servicing of Equipment (Lot 4) Agreement for the Upgrade of the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences Research NMR Facility

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
Winner
Bruker UK Limited
cpvs
38433000

The University of Southampton has received funding mostly from EPSRC for an upgrade to The Magnetic Resonance Research Facility. The basis of the upgrade is as follows: a) increase the capabilities and throughput of the facility in liquid-state NMR spectroscopy by installing a liquid-state NMR system operating at a proton Larmor frequency of at least 700 MHz. b) replace legacy consoles on two 400 MHz NMR instruments with modern systems. c) move one of the existing 400 MHz magnets together with the new console to a different location on the same floor in the same building.

Diesel Engine Power Packs

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline December 13, 2016
Winner
DESMI Ltd
cpvs
42122210

The MCA wishes to purchase two Diesel Engine Power Packs. The Power Packs will be used, in the event of a marine oil spill, by the MCA's contracted oil spill responders to drive large oil recovery and containment equipment such as large skimmers and recovery pumps, sometimes simultaneously, and boom reels. The Power Packs must be have a capacity of at least 50kw, hydraulic flow from 0-160 litres per minute and a max hydraulic pressure of 210 BAR. The Power Packs must feature dual control valves, flow control valves and the following connections: I. 1 x ¾ connection inch ISO fittings II. 2 x ½ connection ISO fittings III. 1 x 3/8 connection ISO fittings The power packs must be suitable for use in potentially hazardous environments, with appropriate safeguards available/included, and suitable for use in marine environments, adverse weather and a range of temperatures, i.e. on the deck of a ship or on a dockside, and must be appropriately enclosed to protect from the elements. It would be our preference that the power packs feature an integrated air blower capacity (for the inflation of oil containment booms) with a capacity of 12psi 1 bar and an air flow 27m3/h. For ease of storage we would prefer the complete systems to be housed as a single package on a skid with forklift pockets and lifting slings. The Tenderer shall fully recommend how the proposed equipment is to be stored, including suitable environmental conditions.

Information Security Managment System (ISMS)

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
Winner
InfoAssure Ltd
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71311300

The current ISMS is matched against obsolete standards (ISO27001:2005) and in some areas no longer reflects the current virtual working environments the MCA operates under, and consequently the controls used to mitigate threats and drive down vulnerabilities appear to be no longer fit for purpose. The ISMS must now be reviewed / refreshed and moved through to a completed status.

Provision of a Cyclic Corrosion Test Chamber

University Of Southampton | Published August 3, 2016
Winner
S J Electronics Ltd
cpvs
71337000

The National Centre for Advanced Tribology Southampton (nCATS), facilitated through the nC2 business unit, leads the way in applying a multi-disciplinary approach to problem solving for both surface degradation and coatings related issues. nCATS has a broad range of expertise in corrosion testing and mechanisms, for aerospace and marine sectors, and has extensive testing and surface analysis facilities. The Centre is working with numerous companies in the oil and gas, maritime, aerospace and land equipment sectors. Typically, these companies are either seeking solutions for new materials to be developed for ever more demanding environments, or alternative solutions to currently acceptable solutions now being phased out due to regulatory pressure. nCATS has successfully concluded and awarded through the University of Southampton a contract to purchase a cyclic corrosion test chamber capable of performing a range of accelerated corrosion tests on test samples.

Children and Young People's Public Health Nursing Service (5-19 Years).

Southampton City Council | Published August 26, 2015
Winner
Solent NHS Trust
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85100000

The service will deliver school nursing services and provide a wider leadership role in relation to the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) 5-19 years across the 5 aspects of service delivery — the Community Offer, Universal, Universal Plus, Universal Partnership Plus and safeguarding. This will involve the coordination of services delivered through a team of qualified school, public health nurses across Southampton for children and young people in schools, colleges and homeschooling environments (including hard-to-reach groups such as traveller communities).

UHV High Vacuum Bonder.

University of Southampton | Published April 29, 2015
Winner
Applied Microengineering LTD
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38810000, 42122450

We are interested in acquiring a high vacuum bonder for research into ultra-high vacuum encapsulation in MEMS-like systems. This research will provide us with the capability to produce miniature vacuum chambers for use in quantum enabled devices in which ultra-cold matter is used for timing, navigation, and sensing applications. The bonder will also be used for the fabrication of miniature vapour cells for use in chip-scale atomic clocks. These devices require low temperature bonding techniques (such as Anodic, Eutectic, Direct and Frit) in ultra-low residual gas environments.

Hydraulic power packs

Maritime and Coastguard Agency | Published September 30, 2017  -  Deadline October 3, 2017
cpvs
42122210

The MCA wishes to purchase up to 3 Intrinsically Safe Hydraulic Power Packs with the option to purchase a further 3 systems in the Financial year 2018-19. There is no guarantee of placing this further order as it will be subject to budget availability. The Power Packs will be required to be intrinsically safe for Zone 2 hazardous areas, complying with UK and European Legislation. The Power Packs will be used outside in marine environments and will therefore need to be constructed of durable weather/salt water resistant materials and components, and be operable in the extremes of temperature foreseeable in the UK climate

Welfare services not delivered through residential institutions

Southampton City Council | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2017
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85312400

Southampton City Council (the ‘Council’) has undertaken a review into the current provision of housing related support for young people which provides the basis for the services set out in this specification.

The review identified a continued need to commission services to support vulnerable young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

In response the Council has developed a commissioning approach that will ensure maximum use of available resources. This will be through the provision of a range of supported accommodation for young people, including a Floating Support service and a Supported Lodgings Service.

Estimated Contract Value: 2 901 639 GBP — 4 836 065 GBP

Housing support to include a mix of accommodation:

—smaller shared housing;

—self-contained flats or bedsits;

—some accommodation with high levels of support and security and some with out of hours telephone support (24/7);

—shared house with staff available on site to provide additional support with general day to day activities;

—trainer unit(s) for single or shared occupancy for care leavers to help prepare them for living independently and managing household issues;

—move-on shared accommodation for older young people or for those who are able to live independently.

Age range: 16-21 years.

Priority: 16-17 year olds, care leavers.

Approx. length of stay: up to 1 year.

Average support hours: 5 hours per week

b) Service Providers will deliver Flexible Floating Support to other young people (not residing in the support accommodation) to maintain their tenancies or those who find themselves in bed and breakfast accommodation or homeless due to being deemed intentionally homeless. The main focus of the service will be to prevent the risk of eviction.

Age range: 18-25 years.

Priority: Young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness aged 18 years+; Young people who are at high risk of being evicted; Young people moving to independent accommodation and are assessed as requiring resettlement support. Young People who require housing related support to enable them to sustain their independent accommodation.

Approx. length of provision: up to 6 months.

Average support hours: 3 hours per week.

A) Housing support to include a mix of accommodation:

—smaller shared housing;

—self-contained flats or bedsits;

—some accommodation with high levels of support and security and some with out of hours telephone support (24/7);

—shared house with staff available on site to provide additional support with general day to day activities;

—trainer unit(s) for single or shared occupancy for care leavers to help prepare them for living independently and managing household issues;

—move-on shared accommodation for older young people or for those who are able to live independently.

Age range: 16-21 years.

Priority: 16-17 year olds, care leavers.

Approx. length of stay: up to 1 year.

Average support hours: 5 hours per week

b) Housing support to include a mix of accommodation in shared houses and self-contained units for 30 young parents and couples, where appropriate. Some with the provision of 24 hours staffing.

Age range: 16-19years

Priority: young people who are pregnant or have a baby or young child

Approx. length of stay: up to 1 year but 9 months on average

Average support hours: 7 hours per week

c) Service Providers will deliver Flexible Floating Support to other young people (not residing in the support accommodation) to maintain their tenancies or those who find themselves in bed and breakfast accommodation or homeless due to being deemed intentionally homeless. The main focus of the service will be to prevent the risk of eviction.

Age range: 18-25 years.

Priority: Young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness aged 18 years+; young people who are at high risk of being evicted; young people moving to independent accommodation and are assessed as requiring resettlement support. Young People who require housing related support to enable them to sustain their independent accommodation.

Approx. length of provision: up to 6 months.

Average support hours: 3 hours per week.

Support will be provided in one or several large young person's hostel/foyer service(s) aimed at young people who would benefit from a communal shared environment, conducive to group and peer learning:

—with high levels of support and security (24/7);

—access to out of hours provision, respite and emergency / assessment beds;

—trainer unit(s) for single or shared occupancy for care leavers to help prepare them for living independently and managing household issues;

—link to move on shared accommodation for older young people or for those who are able to live independently.

Age range: 16-21 years.

Priority: 16-17 year olds, care leavers.

Approx. length of stay: up to 1 year.

Average support hours: 8 hours per week.

Supported lodgings for young people so that each young person has room and access to cooking and washing facilities as well as support and advice from individual hosts.

—Helps improve and develop life skills in family based setting.

—Can be used as emergency (3-4 nights), respite or for medium (6-9 months) or longer term stays (up to 1 year).

—Some can be for those with higher needs e.g. young parents, care leavers with higher needs, coming out of custody.

—To have close links with Housing Support contracts.

—Hosts will require 24 hour telephone support.

Age range: 16-21 years.

Priority: 16-17 year olds, care leavers.

Approx. length of stay: up to 1 year.

Average support hours: 10 contact hours support per week in the form of 3 contact hours from the Service Provider and 7 contact hours from the host.

Guard services

University of Southampton | Published March 16, 2017  -  Deadline April 20, 2017
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79713000, 79715000, 79710000

The University of Southampton Security Service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year and is always available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The contract term is an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3+2 years] subject to satisfactory performance and at the discretion of the University.

The University's Security Service operates 24 hours 365 day a year available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The University seeks a Contractor who can demonstrate a high level of understanding of the Higher Education sector and the unique requirements thereof. They must be capable of working as part of a joined up team, able to contribute to developing solutions that meet the University's requirements and be committed to collaborating on problem-solving should any issues arise.

The aim of the University's Security Service is to:

Prevent unauthorised access to University premises.

Protect life and limb of all persons on the premises.

Protect University property and all other property on University premises.

Protect confidential and sensitive information.

Maintain a level of security consistent with the academic freedom in an environment of learning.

It will be role of the successful Contractor to support the University in meeting these aims and to commit to a culture of continuous improvement over the term of the contract.

There should be a clear and comprehensive pricing mechanism to help identify cost savings over the term of the contract. Retaining this transparency will be absolutely critical to validating costs and charges (even to the extent of third party costs that are being passed on).

The Service:

The Contractor's duties shall include, but not be limited to:

Internal and external patrolling (day and night), including static guarding and provision of a visual deterrent.

Access control (day and night).

Provide reception and concierge services.

Incident management and emergency response, including but not limited to fire alarms, evacuations and first aid.

Supervise vehicles and parking regulations on premises as required.

Operating security equipment, including CCTV, radios, and alarm systems.

Customer service and responding to requests for assistance.

Incident management, including the management of protest activity.

Escorting and chaperoning VIPs and visitors.

Participation in emergency evacuations and investigate the causes of alarm activations.

Reporting and, where possible preventing, health and safety hazards and providing first aid assistance.

The contract term will comprise of an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3 + 2 years], subject to satisfactory performance.

The procurement process will run in 2 stages:

Stage 1 — Pre-Qualification stage: an overall pass mark of 50 % shall apply to this stage. The intention is to arrive at a shortlist of a maximum of 8 qualified bidders for formal invitation to tender, this will be based on the top 8 scores. In the event of a tiebreak (where 2 or more of top scoring tenderers have the same score), the University will select from amongst those submissions with the highest weighted score.

Stage 2 — Invitation to Tender stage: a minimum score of 50 % shall apply to ITT stage. A maximum of 8 bidders will respond at this stage, with only one company being awarded a contract.

The University envisages that TUPE will apply.

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

University of Southampton | Published October 13, 2017
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42300000

The Zepler Institute (ZI) at the University of Southampton is a multidisciplinary research centre that brings together the University's expertise in photonics, quantum technologies and nanoscience.

The ZI has two main roles; first, to increase the diversity and extent of cross-disciplinary research and the related funding, and secondly, to develop and manage the clean rooms.

The Zepler Institute (ZI), University of Southampton has secured funds to purchase a high performance, flexible, 200 mm oxidation furnace for use in state of the art nanofabrication research.

The Zepler Institute (ZI) at the University of Southampton is a multidisciplinary research centre that brings together the University's expertise in photonics, quantum technologies and nanoscience.

The ZI has two main roles; first, to increase the diversity and extent of cross-disciplinary research and the related funding, and secondly, to develop and manage the clean rooms.

The Zepler Institute (ZI), University of Southampton has secured funds to purchase a high performance, flexible, 200 mm oxidation furnace for use in state of the art nanofabrication research.

All suppliers must meet the following Mandatory Requirements:

Hardware Specification Mandatory Requirements:

* Furnace tube of sufficient dimensions to be able to process a minimum of 25, 200 mm wafers.

* Automatic cantilever system to load/unload wafer boats with system being controlled from remote computer.

* Minimum temperature capability of 1100 °C, with minimum temperature variation of 2 °C within the flatzone. Vendors should state the maximum temperature capability, the length of the flatzone and temperature variation within this zone at the maximum temperature.

* Must be capable of growing high quality dry and wet oxides. For wet oxidation, vendors should supply the method employed to produce the oxidising environment, such as DI bubbler, external torch etc.

* Gas train must be via fully orbital welded, electro-polished 316L stainless steel with VCR fittings used at any removable component connection points.

* Gas train must also be fitted with high purity point of use gas filters.

* Minimum of four mass flow controlled gas lines (not counting the wet oxidation delivery system), N2 and O2, Ar and forming gas

* Due to space restrictions, system must be of compact design and must be stackable on an existing Expertech CTR200 furnace

* Must be able to interface with existing Expertech CTR control computer and software

* An additional three year maintenance agreement option, over and above any manufacturer's warranty, must be provided.

Performance Mandatory Requirements:

* Must provide high precision growth of silicon dioxide films over entire substrate area. WIW uniformity of 3 % across 200 mm wafer with 5 mm exclusion zone.

* Must provide repeatable oxide growth wafer to wafer. WTW uniformity of 3 %, demonstrable for both wet and dry oxidation.

Software Mandatory Requirements:

* System must be controllable via the existing Expertech main computer and software

Other General Requirements:

* Must be of robust construction and demonstrate a machine up time of at least 90 % on the condition that recommended preventative maintenance/servicing is carried out. Such recommended maintenance/servicing should be supplied with any quote along with associated costs. The up-time figure excludes any scheduled maintenance but will include unscheduled service calls.

— Be of sufficient design to allow minimal downtime associated with component changes, ease of quartzware change is of paramount importance.

Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Training:

— The installation and commissioning shall be carried out by a competent engineer

— The successful supplier will provide all necessary protection to prevent damage to the equipment and University premises and property during delivery and installation of the equipment. The successful supplier will also be expected to have insurance to cover injury to staff, students & visitors and damage/loss to University property and premises caused by their staff or sub-contractors during the delivery and installation.

— When the furnace is fully installed and operating to specification, to the satisfaction of the Zepler Institute researchers, this will be regarded as acceptance of the equipment and the beginning of the warranty.

Guard services

University of Southampton | Published November 3, 2017
Winner
Securitas Security Services (UK) Ltd
cpvs
79713000, 79715000, 79710000

The University of Southampton Security Service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year and is always available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The contract term is an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3+2 years] subject to satisfactory performance and at the discretion of the University.

The University's Security Service operates 24 hours 365 day a year available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy.

The University seeks a Contractor who can demonstrate a high level of understanding of the Higher Education sector and the unique requirements thereof. They must be capable of working as part of a joined up team, able to contribute to developing solutions that meet the University's requirements and be committed to collaborating on problem-solving should any issues arise.

The aim of the University's Security Service is to:

Prevent unauthorised access to University premises.

Protect life and limb of all persons on the premises.

Protect University property and all other property on University premises.

Protect confidential and sensitive information.

Maintain a level of security consistent with the academic freedom in an environment of learning.

It will be role of the successful Contractor to support the University in meeting these aims and to commit to a culture of continuous improvement over the term of the contract.

There should be a clear and comprehensive pricing mechanism to help identify cost savings over the term of the contract. Retaining this transparency will be absolutely critical to validating costs and charges (even to the extent of third party costs that are being passed on).

The Service:

The Contractor's duties shall include, but not be limited to:

Internal and external patrolling (day and night), including static guarding and provision of a visual deterrent.

Access control (day and night).

Provide reception and concierge services

Incident management and emergency response, including but not limited to fire alarms, evacuations and first aid.

Supervise vehicles and parking regulations on premises as required.

Operating security equipment, including CCTV, radios, and alarm systems.

Customer service and responding to requests for assistance.

Incident management, including the management of protest activity.

Escorting and chaperoning VIPs and visitors.

Participation in emergency evacuations and investigate the causes of alarm activations.

Reporting and, where possible preventing, health and safety hazards and providing first aid assistance.

The contract term will comprise of an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3 + 2 years], subject to satisfactory performance.

The procurement process will run in 2 stages:

Stage 1 — Pre-Qualification stage: an overall pass mark of 50 % shall apply to this stage. The intention is to arrive at a shortlist of a maximum of 8 qualified bidders for formal invitation to tender, this will be based on the top 8 scores. In the event of a tiebreak (where 2 or more of top scoring tenderers have the same score), the University will select from amongst those submissions with the highest weighted score.

Stage 2 — Invitation to Tender stage: a minimum score of 50 % shall apply to ITT stage. A maximum of 8 bidders will respond at this stage, with only one company being awarded a contract.

The University envisages that TUPE will apply.

Supply of Playground Equipment

Fawley Parish Council | Published September 6, 2017  -  Deadline October 5, 2017
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37535200

Fawley Parish Council (FPC) is seeking to upgrade some of its old playground equipment and provide some new equipment to improve disability access at three of their playgrounds; • The Warren, Holbury • QEII Recreation Ground, Thornbury Avenue, Blackfield • Tristan Close, Calshot The Council is keen where possible to use recycled materials as per the FPC Strategic Plan 2016/19 Policy 7 'The Environment' which states "Working to support national and local policies for recycling, and in particular supporting a local recycling centre, combined with supporting local community compost and recycling schemes". FPC is situated on the coast and therefore corrosion and durability is a key concern around its play equipment. We are keen to keep wooden equipment and component parts to a minimum. Any metal equipment should where possible be 'double dipped' galvanised frameworks with 100% recyclable component parts/panels. We will be seeking a lengthy warranty on parts and labour and where possible a lifetime warranty, either as part of any warranty offered and/or available to be purchased as an extended warranty. We are looking for a range of equipment that provides excellent access for interaction with children with a range of disabilities for ages 2 - 12 yrs (we have provided a rough range, but this is not prescriptive if the ranges are not exactly as required) to occupy the following areas; • The Warren, Holbury o Unit 1 - Roundabout, 6m x 6m (2-6 yrs) o Unit 2 - Climbing Frame, new install unrestricted area (2 - 6 yrs) • QEII Recreation Ground, Thornbury Avenue, Blackfield o Unit 1 - Climbing frame with slide 9m x 5m (4 - 12 yrs) o Unit 2 - Nest swing, 7m x 4m o Unit 3 - See Saw, 5m x 5m (3 - 8 yrs) • Tristan Close, Calshot o Unit 1 - Climbing Frame with Slide, 7m x 4m (2 - 6 yrs) o Unit 2 - Roundabout, 6m radius (2 - 6 yrs) Please note no celebrity pictures or cartoon characters should be used in any of the submissions. FPC may withdraw applications which include such graphics.

Supply of Playground Equipment

Fawley Parish Council | Published October 24, 2017  -  Deadline October 5, 2017
Winner
Compan Ltd
cpvs
37535200

Fawley Parish Council (FPC) is seeking to upgrade some of its old playground equipment and provide some new equipment to improve disability access at three of their playgrounds; • The Warren, Holbury • QEII Recreation Ground, Thornbury Avenue, Blackfield • Tristan Close, Calshot The Council is keen where possible to use recycled materials as per the FPC Strategic Plan 2016/19 Policy 7 'The Environment' which states "Working to support national and local policies for recycling, and in particular supporting a local recycling centre, combined with supporting local community compost and recycling schemes". FPC is situated on the coast and therefore corrosion and durability is a key concern around its play equipment. We are keen to keep wooden equipment and component parts to a minimum. Any metal equipment should where possible be 'double dipped' galvanised frameworks with 100% recyclable component parts/panels. We will be seeking a lengthy warranty on parts and labour and where possible a lifetime warranty, either as part of any warranty offered and/or available to be purchased as an extended warranty. We are looking for a range of equipment that provides excellent access for interaction with children with a range of disabilities for ages 2 - 12 yrs (we have provided a rough range, but this is not prescriptive if the ranges are not exactly as required) to occupy the following areas; • The Warren, Holbury o Unit 1 - Roundabout, 6m x 6m (2-6 yrs) o Unit 2 - Climbing Frame, new install unrestricted area (2 - 6 yrs) • QEII Recreation Ground, Thornbury Avenue, Blackfield o Unit 1 - Climbing frame with slide 9m x 5m (4 - 12 yrs) o Unit 2 - Nest swing, 7m x 4m o Unit 3 - See Saw, 5m x 5m (3 - 8 yrs) • Tristan Close, Calshot o Unit 1 - Climbing Frame with Slide, 7m x 4m (2 - 6 yrs) o Unit 2 - Roundabout, 6m radius (2 - 6 yrs) Please note no celebrity pictures or cartoon characters should be used in any of the submissions. FPC may withdraw applications which include such graphics.

Recruitment Services

Radian | Published August 1, 2017  -  Deadline August 31, 2017
cpvs
79600000

The purpose of this contract is to provide Recruitment Services for Radian who require a number of reliable recruitment agencies to meet their permanent & temporary recruitment requirements. A detailed description of the service specification is contained in Appendix A. Radian reserves the right to alter this service specification as required. In a complex legal and regulatory environment, Radian requires providers that take responsibility for achieving: o Compliance with legislation and regulations; o 100% eligibility of workers; o Minimisation of risk, in respect of security, confidentiality, data protection and fraud; o Diversity and equality of opportunity; o Reduction in supply chain costs; o It is a requirement that agency workers are: o Available where and when they are needed, i.e. that fill rates are high (consistently over 95% for normal working hours) o An excellent match for the specific job requirement, in terms of ability, experience, qualification, health and attitude; o Quickly able to fit in and to perform effectively and safely; o Agency workers adhere to a dress code appropriate to the placement; o Agency workers operate to Radian standards, values and vision. Radian is seeking professional providers that thrive on high standards and are able to provide a quality, consistent service. Providers should have an understanding of Radian's corporate values and be prepared to work in partnership with Radian to provide joint efficiencies. The successful Organisations will also be required to demonstrate a proven track record on delivering similar type contracts along with providing sustainable competitive pricing throughout the term of the contract. The Organisation must have excellent customer service and be able to provide a dedicated account manager.

Priory Road (Southampton) Property Level Protection Scheme - Supply and Installation of Property Level Protection Measures to Residential Properties

SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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45246400

In 2015, Southampton City Council (SCC) successfully completed the Belsize Flood Resilience Project funded by the Defra Community Resilience Pathfinder Scheme. The project reduced flood risk to 41 properties through a mix of Property Level Protection (PLP) and a community level flood wall. During the project, a study into the understanding of flood risk interactions was commissioned revealing that flood risk in the area had previously been underestimated, placing more properties in the very significant flood category. In May 2016, SCC applied for a Local Levy Grant from the Environment Agency to extend the roll out of PLP to the newly identified at risk properties. The aim of the Priory Road Property Level Protection scheme is to reduce the impact of flooding to a further thirty residential properties which have been identified as being within the very significant risk category through the flood risk interactions work undertaken as part of the Belsize Flood Resilience Project. The residential properties in this project consist of a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties.

Installation, Servicing and Testing of a Tokyo Electron (TEL) ACT-8 Wafer Coater Developer Track.

University of Southampton | Published November 14, 2014
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45214631, 51100000, 38000000, 51200000, 31700000, 50430000, 50400000, 51000000

The University of Southampton has recently acquired a Tokyo Electron (TEL) ACT-8 wafer coater developer track from Intel. Installation of the track within our clean-room facility is now required as well as operator and technician training, on-going maintenance and parts and labour service cover. The instrument has been boxed for a number of years so it is anticipated some faults may occur on start-up and the successful bidder should have ready access to original TEL replacement parts. The instrument will be shipped in from abroad and positioned in the installation location by the University's approved shipping agent. The successful bidder will then need to install the track with qualification and final test of its operation to the standards expected by the OEM. (Original Equipment Manufacturer). The track will be used in a research environment for all of the processes associated with coating wafers with resist and developing exposed wafers (multiple substrate types). Reliable operation is essential and a fast response time within the parts and labour coverage is essential. Operator and process coaching is required. All coaching is required to the standards expected by the OEM. Some changes to the configuration of the track are required in order for it to operate in our facility. These are detailed both in this notice below and in the questionnaire document. In order to gauge operational and functional capabilities of systems and capability to successfully complete and test the instrument is up to standard we have developed a questionnaire that gathers this invitation. From this we aim to produce an invitation to tender document that satisfies this requirement.

Engineering Workshop Practice Training Course

University Of Southampton | Published May 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
Winner
City College Southampton
cpvs
80000000

The Faculty of Engineering and the Environment (FEE) undergraduate engineering courses have been ranked in the top ten, combining development of core scientific knowledge, with a practical approach, to offer transferable skills required to succeed in a range of careers. FEE have a requirement for an engineering workshop practice course for our undergraduate engineering students as described in File 4 - Specification. **Please Note** This is notification of awarded contract. This notice is published for transparency purposes.

CNC Milling Machines x 2.

University of Southampton | Published September 9, 2015
Winner
Haas Automation Ltd
cpvs
42620000, 42637000, 42621000

ITT for a tender for 2 Milling Machines. The University intends to purchase 2 CNC Milling machines with ancillary equipment to enhance the University of Southampton's manufacturing capability for a large number of high impact multidisciplinary projects spanning all of the major research areas of the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment. This tender invites you to submit your response for a solution which is able to meet the requirements as set out in the Invitation to Tender document. 1. Lot A: Large CNC Milling Machine complete with 4th Axis Servo Rotary Table. 2. Lot B: Medium Sized CNC Milling Machine. In evaluating the tender, the University will seek the most economically advantageous offers in terms of the criteria listed below: For both lots (additional sub criteria are published in the tender documents). — Price — 25 %, — Technical suitability and evaluation — 50 %, — Service level support — 15 %, — Maintenance — 10 %. Expressions of Interest must be by way of completion and return of the tender document via the University's e-Tendering system Intend by the date/time specified in IV.3.4). Under no circumstances whatsoever will the University of Southampton be liable for or pay any expenses or costs which may be incurred (whether directly or indirectly) by the tenderer in the preparation or submission of their tender proposal.

CNC Milling Machines x 2.

University of Southampton | Published May 2, 2015  -  Deadline May 28, 2015
cpvs
42620000, 42637000, 42623000

ITT for a tender for two Milling Machines The University intends to purchase two CNC Milling machines with ancillary equipment to enhance the University of Southampton"s manufacturing capability for a large number of high-impact multi-disciplinary projects spanning all of the major research areas of the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment. This tender invites you to submit your response for a solution which is able to meet the requirements as set out in the Invitation to Tender document. Lot A: Large CNC Milling Machine complete with 4th Axis Servo Rotary Table. Lot B: Medium Sized CNC Milling Machine. In evaluating the tender, the University will seek the most economically advantageous offers in terms of the criteria listed below: For both lots (additional sub criteria are published in the tender documents). Price: 25 % Technical suitability and evaluation: 50 % Service Level Support: 15 % Maintenance: 10 % Expressions of Interest must be by way of completion and return of the tender document via the University's e-tendering system Intend by the date/time specified in IV.3.4 Under no circumstances whatsoever will the University of Southampton be liable for or pay any expenses or costs which may be incurred (whether directly or indirectly) by the tenderer in the preparation or submission of their tender proposal.