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Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Solutions — Framework

APUC Limited | Published March 23, 2016
cpvs
48190000, 48000000, 72212190, 72261000, 48611000

Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Solutions — Framework.

Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Solutions - Framework

APUC Limited | Published March 21, 2016
cpvs
48190000, 48000000, 72212190, 72261000, 48611000

Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Solutions - Framework

Strathearn House Refurbishment

Scottish Environment Protection Agency | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
cpvs
391000, 391011, 391012

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) require their office at Strathearn House in Perth refurbished

Educational software package

APUC Limited | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
48190000, 48000000, 72212190, 72261000, 48611000

Virtual Learning Environment Solutions (VLE) for Universities and Colleges in Scotland including provision of all software and any associated licensing. Potential Services include, but are not limited to: System Implementation; Migration Support; Support and Maintenance; Hosting. Required solutions should have the capability to operate effectively across multi-campus global environments.

Educational software package

APUC Limited | Published April 22, 2017
Winner
Blackboard International B.V.
cpvs
48190000, 48000000, 72212190, 72261000, 48611000

Virtual Learning Environment Solutions (VLE) for Universities and Colleges in Scotland including provision of all software and any associated licensing. Potential Services include, but are not limited to: System Implementation; Migration Support; Support and Maintenance; Hosting. Required solutions should have the capability to operate effectively across multi-campus global environments.

Small Boat Replacement (RIB)

Scottish Environment Protection Agency | Published January 6, 2016
Winner
Seahorse Marine Ltd
cpvs
189999, 369999

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) intends to replace two small survey vessels with a single more capable vessel to be used primarily for Aquaculture and other inshore monitoring. This replacement is intended to be a purpose built RIB that will operate in a variety of inshore areas and must be suitable for easy towing and launching.

Small Boat Replacement (RIB)

Scottish Environment Protection Agency | Published July 21, 2015  -  Deadline August 18, 2015
cpvs
189999, 369999

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) intends to replace two small survey vessels with a single more capable vessel to be used primarily for Aquaculture and other inshore monitoring. This replacement is intended to be a purpose built RIB that will operate in a variety of inshore areas and must be suitable for easy towing and launching.

Architectural Services - National Curling Centre, Stirling

Stirling Council | Published July 2, 2015  -  Deadline July 23, 2015
cpvs
151100

Stirling Council require an experienced Architectural team to provide full design input and post contract duties (RIBS Project Stages 1 – 7) associated with the construction of a new National Curling Centre in Stirling. The work will be a mix of new build and refurbishment within a live environment at an existing sports village.

Environmental monitoring other than for construction

Scottish Environment Protection Agency | Published March 23, 2017
Winner
Eden Nuclear and Environment Ltd
cpvs
90711500

Lot 1: Ad-Hoc Radiological Assessments

The services that may be required include ad-hoc environmental radioactivity monitoring consisting of the collection of a wide variety of sample types from any location in Scotland and/or the radiological analysis of a wide variety of sample types for a wide range of radio-nuclides.

Lot 2: Ad-Hoc Radiological Assessments

The services that may be required include ad-hoc radiological assessments consisting of prospective and/or retrospective radiological dose assessments for assessing the impact of the nuclear and/or non-nuclear industries on humans and/or the environment.

INTO Academic Building

University of Stirling | Published June 8, 2016
Winner
Morrison Construction
cpvs
45210000, 45214400

University of Stirling (UoS) and INTO University Partnerships (INTO) have formed a Joint Venture ‘INTO Stirling LLP’ to prepare students for undergraduate and postgraduate study.

To facilitate the Joint Venture, a new academic facility (INTO Centre) of circa 1 842m sq with services infrastructure, external works and landscaping will be developed by UoS to provide an excellent educational environment that create supportive and effective progression to university for the students. UoS INTO students will study in the INTO Centre and complete individual courses within a year of entry on a course. Students then progress to relevant University programmes at UoS or another Scottish Institution.

The proposed site for the new academic centre is set adjacent to the existing Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling (UoS) campus.

The UoS INTO Academic Centre is envisaged as an exciting, highly visible educational facility which provides a safe, efficient and sustainable environment where staff can work effectively and students can study and socialise. The new facility will be designed to respect and harmonise with the existing landscape and retained buildings, respecting the design ethos of the original 1968 and 2012 UoS campus masterplans.

The project will be undertaken on a single stage traditional procurement route basis with the design team providing completed design information and a bill of quantities for issue as part of the tender information. The team for the project include:

Project Manager and Principal Designer — Faithful+Gould;

Architect — Page Park;

M&E Engineer — Atelier Ten;

Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten;

Structural Engineer — Woolgar Hunter;

Landscape Architect — IWA.

INTO Academic Centre

University of Stirling | Published September 16, 2015
cpvs
45210000

University of Stirling (UoS) and INTO University Partnerships (INTO) have formed a Joint Venture ‘INTO Stirling LLP’ to prepare students for undergraduate and postgraduate study. To facilitate the Joint Venture, a new academic facility (INTO Centre) of circa 1842m sq with services infrastructure, external works and landscaping will be developed by UoS to provide an excellent educational environment that create supportive and effective progression to university for the students. UoS INTO students will study in the INTO Centre and complete individual courses within a year of entry on a course. Students then progress to relevant University programmes at UoS or another Scottish Institution. The proposed site for the new academic centre is set adjacent to the existing Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling (UoS) campus. The UoS INTO Academic Centre is envisaged as an exciting, highly visible educational facility which provides a safe, efficient and sustainable environment where staff can work effectively and students can study and socialise. The new facility will be designed to respect and harmonise with the existing landscape and retained buildings, respecting the design ethos of the original 1968 and 2012 UoS campus masterplans. The project will be undertaken on a single stage traditional procurement route basis with the design team providing completed design information and a bill of quantities for issue as part of the tender information. The team for the project include: Project Manager and Principal Designer – Faithful+Gould Architect – Page Park M&E Engineer – Atelier Ten Fire Engineer – Atelier Ten Structural Engineer – Woolgar Hunter Landscape Architect – IWA CPV: 45210000.

INTO Academic Centre.

University of Stirling | Published September 19, 2015
cpvs
45210000

University of Stirling (UoS) and INTO University Partnerships (INTO) have formed a Joint Venture ‘INTO Stirling LLP’ to prepare students for undergraduate and postgraduate study. To facilitate the Joint Venture, a new academic facility (INTO Centre) of circa 1 842 m sq with services infrastructure, external works and landscaping will be developed by UoS to provide an excellent educational environment that create supportive and effective progression to university for the students. UoS INTO students will study in the INTO Centre and complete individual courses within a year of entry on a course. Students then progress to relevant University programmes at UoS or another Scottish Institution. The proposed site for the new academic centre is set adjacent to the existing Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling (UoS) campus. The UoS INTO Academic Centre is envisaged as an exciting, highly visible educational facility which provides a safe, efficient and sustainable environment where staff can work effectively and students can study and socialise. The new facility will be designed to respect and harmonise with the existing landscape and retained buildings, respecting the design ethos of the original 1968 and 2012 UoS campus masterplans. The project will be undertaken on a single stage traditional procurement route basis with the design team providing completed design information and a bill of quantities for issue as part of the tender information. The team for the project include: — Project Manager and Principal Designer — Faithful + Gould; — Architect — Page Park; — M&E Engineer — Atelier Ten; — Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten; — Structural Engineer — Woolgar Hunter; — Landscape Architect — IWA.

INTO Academic Building

University of Stirling | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
45210000, 45214400

University of Stirling (UoS) and INTO University Partnerships (INTO) have formed a Joint Venture ‘INTO Stirling LLP’ to prepare students for undergraduate and postgraduate study. To facilitate the Joint Venture, a new academic facility (INTO Centre) of circa 1842m sq with services infrastructure, external works and landscaping will be developed by UoS to provide an excellent educational environment that create supportive and effective progression to university for the students. UoS INTO students will study in the INTO Centre and complete individual courses within a year of entry on a course. Students then progress to relevant University programmes at UoS or another Scottish Institution. The proposed site for the new academic centre is set adjacent to the existing Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling (UoS) campus. The UoS INTO Academic Centre is envisaged as an exciting, highly visible educational facility which provides a safe, efficient and sustainable environment where staff can work effectively and students can study and socialise. The new facility will be designed to respect and harmonise with the existing landscape and retained buildings, respecting the design ethos of the original 1968 and 2012 UoS campus masterplans. The project will be undertaken on a single stage traditional procurement route basis with the design team providing completed design information and a bill of quantities for issue as part of the tender information. The team for the project include: Project Manager and Principal Designer – Faithful+Gould Architect – Page Park M&E Engineer – Atelier Ten Fire Engineer – Atelier Ten Structural Engineer – Woolgar Hunter Landscape Architect – IWA CPV: 45210000, 45214400.

Design consultancy services

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
cpvs
79415200

Provision of Exhibition led multi-disciplinary design team services for museum refurbishment and conservation works within scheduled ancient monument.

The procurement comprises of the appointment of a suitably experienced and qualified Exhibition Design led multi-disciplinary team for the redevelopment of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. Teams will provide examples of previous expertise working on projects within the museum and heritage sector citing specific experience of working within Historic Environment Scotland, National Trust or English Heritage properties or equivalent. Teams will also demonstrate knowledge of working on the conservation / refurbishment of Grade A listed buildings or similar. Exhibition designers will demonstrate experience of developing interpretive schemes which have successfully increased visitor numbers and have enhanced visitor experience. Teams will have delivered successful Heritage Lottery Funded projects.

Get Ready for Local Food - Stirling Evaluation

Forth Environment Link | Published February 3, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
cpvs
189999

Forth Environment Link (FEL) has a project that has been running since 2012 called Grow Forth - a local food network for the Forth Valley area. Grow Forth received CCF funding for a 'Get Ready for Local Food' project in April 2015. This project is now in its’ final two months of delivery, evaluation and future planning.
As part of the final phase of Get Ready for Local project delivery, FEL would like to engage the services of a consultant who will evaluate the project to date; will set the context for future delivery and development; and will make recommendations for the next phase of work. The outcomes of this study will form the basis of future funding applications and will help provide strategic direction to the project, as well as identify opportunities for partnerships and practices.

Design consultancy services

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum | Published May 6, 2017
Winner
PLB
cpvs
79415200

Provision of Exhibition led multi-disciplinary design team services for museum refurbishment and conservation works within scheduled ancient monument.

The procurement comprises of the appointment of a suitably experienced and qualified Exhibition Design led multi-disciplinary team for the redevelopment of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. Teams will provide examples of previous expertise working on projects within the museum and heritage sector citing specific experience of working within Historic Environment Scotland, National Trust or English Heritage properties or equivalent. Teams will also demonstrate knowledge of working on the conservation / refurbishment of Grade A listed buildings or similar. Exhibition designers will demonstrate experience of developing interpretive schemes which have successfully increased visitor numbers and have enhanced visitor experience. Teams will have delivered successful Heritage Lottery Funded projects.

Roof Repairs Inverdee House, Aberdeen

Scottish Environment Protection Agency | Published April 3, 2017
Winner
Marshall Construction Ltd
cpvs

A roof repair tender for the Scottish Environment Protection Agency at Inverdee House Aberdeen. The roof of the building requires a comprehensive waterproofing plan using industry standard materials.

INTO Academic Building.

University of Stirling | Published October 14, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
45210000, 45214400

University of Stirling (UoS) and INTO University Partnerships (INTO) have formed a Joint Venture ‘INTO Stirling LLP’ to prepare students for undergraduate and postgraduate study. To facilitate the Joint Venture, a new academic facility (INTO Centre) of circa 1 842 m² with services infrastructure, external works and landscaping will be developed by UoS to provide an excellent educational environment that create supportive and effective progression to university for the students. UoS INTO students will study in the INTO Centre and complete individual courses within a year of entry on a course. Students then progress to relevant University programmes at UoS or another Scottish Institution. The proposed site for the new academic centre is set adjacent to the existing Cottrell Building at the University of Stirling (UoS) campus. The UoS INTO Academic Centre is envisaged as an exciting, highly visible educational facility which provides a safe, efficient and sustainable environment where staff can work effectively and students can study and socialise. The new facility will be designed to respect and harmonise with the existing landscape and retained buildings, respecting the design ethos of the original 1968 and 2012 UoS campus master-plans. The project will be undertaken on a single stage traditional procurement route basis with the design team providing completed design information and a bill of quantities for issue as part of the tender information. The team for the project include: — Project Manager and Principal Designer — Faithful+Gould — Architect — Page Park — M&E Engineer — Atelier Ten — Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten — Structural Engineer — Woolgar Hunter — Landscape Architect — IWA Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=414842 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

5RE002 - 2050 Routemap for the Scottish Retail Sector

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 21, 2015
Winner
Jacobs
cpvs
191300

Resource Efficient Scotland (hereafter referred to as ‘RES’) is seeking to develop a decarbonisation routemap for the Scottish Retail sector, consisting of two components: - A pathway to 2050 for decarbonisation of the Retail sector in Scotland. This will take the form of scenarios based on techno-economic modelling and direct technical experience from the field, and the outputs will list the technical interventions required, as well as the potential impact on the business environment, to achieve the carbon emissions reductions along the pathway. The project will also review the barriers to and enablers for implementation to help assess what approaches are realistically feasible. - An agreed emissions reduction action plan informed by the pathway. This will be focused on delivery, highlighting the high level actions which need to be taken by industry, government and others to achieve the 2050 target reduction. In the case of Retail, this will need to be developed and agreed between government and industry participants, led by the relevant trade association.

5RE002 - 2050 Routemap for the Scottish Retail Sector

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 1, 2015
cpvs
191300

Resource Efficient Scotland (hereafter referred to as ‘RES’) is seeking to develop a decarbonisation routemap for the Scottish Retail sector, consisting of two components: - A pathway to 2050 for decarbonisation of the Retail sector in Scotland. This will take the form of scenarios based on techno-economic modelling and direct technical experience from the field, and the outputs will list the technical interventions required, as well as the potential impact on the business environment, to achieve the carbon emissions reductions along the pathway. The project will also review the barriers to and enablers for implementation to help assess what approaches are realistically feasible. - An agreed emissions reduction action plan informed by the pathway. This will be focused on delivery, highlighting the high level actions which need to be taken by industry, government and others to achieve the 2050 target reduction. In the case of Retail, this will need to be developed and agreed between government and industry participants, led by the relevant trade association.
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