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40 tonne Articulated Dump Truck for Use in Penzance Quarry.

Cornwall Council | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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43000000

40 tonne articulated dump truck suitable for use in a Road stone Quarry environment- to be used at Penzance Quarry.

Soft Market Test for a number of bespoke training requirements for Cornwall Council's Community Independence Team

 | Published June 30, 2016
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80000000

Cornwall Council's Community Independence Team are looking to procure a bespoke suite of learning that suits the Learning and Development needs of Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants. These ‘Community Independence Teams’ are in place within Cornwall Council to: • provide specific, time- limited interventions aimed at increasing or maintaining levels of independence and wellbeing. • To work with customers to adapt their environment in order that they can remain in their own homes and carry out their chosen activities safely. • To undertake occupational therapy functions, including the statutory function of assessment under the Care Act 2014 and the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. • To provide rehabilitation for Sensory Loss.

Oral Health Improvement

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published June 23, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
Winner
Smile Together CIC
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85000000

Dental caries (tooth decay) is a significant public health problem in England. Sizeable inequalities in the incidence of caries exist between affluent and deprived communities, and it is a common cause of hospital admissions in children. An oral health improvement objective exists within the Public Health Outcomes Framework to reduce decay in children aged five. In order to impact on this indicator, oral health improvement needs to be directed to children and families in the pre-school environment to establish good oral habits and encourage healthy eating.

Tamar Road Bridge Gantries Principal Inspection and Future Maintenance Reporting Contract.

Cornwall Council | Published September 19, 2015
Winner
RHC Lifting limited
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71000000, 71631400, 71630000, 71631450, 71334000

It is a Statutory Legal Requirement that the Maintenance Gantries of the Tamar Road Bridge are fully inspected at 6 yearly intervals. The Tamar Road Bridge is part of the A38 Trunk Road and crosses the River Tamar on the border between Devon and Cornwall. The crossing is jointly owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Council (the Joint Authority) and operated on behalf of the 2 authorities by the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee (TBTF). There are four maintenance gantries, which are under the main deck and cantilevers of the Bridge and were installed in 1998 and 2001. The gantries traverse along rails suspended from the underside of the Tamar Bridge, and they now require their second 6 yearly Principal Inspection. In order to provide a more stable environment unaffected by the weather, it is envisaged that the gantries and bogeys will require to be lowered from the bridge and removed from site for inspection and structural load testing and then re-erected. This contractual work is anticipated to take up to a maximum period of 12 months. A detailed report is to be produced identifying all of the defects found and what remedial works are required, as well as an indication of the costs estimated to repair them. The testing will include Structural Load Testing of the gantries. Therefore, the information gleaned from the inspection will effectively inform the specification for the follow up tendering exercise to appoint a suitable maintenance company to actually carry out the majority of the maintenance works required, although it is possible that some more urgent remedial maintenance work may be required to be undertaken by the company appointed for the initial Gantry Inspection work or its recognised sub contractor.

Tamar Road Bridge Gantries Principal Inspection and Reporting for Future Maintenance Requirements Contract.

Cornwall Council | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 1, 2015
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71000000, 71631400, 71630000, 71631450, 71334000

It is a Statutory Legal Requirement that the Maintenance Gantries of the Tamar Road Bridge are fully inspected at 6 yearly intervals. The Tamar Road Bridge is part of the A38 Trunk Road and crosses the River Tamar on the border between Devon and Cornwall. The crossing is jointly owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Council (the Joint Authority) and operated on behalf of the two authorities by the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee (TBTF). There are four maintenance gantries, which are under the main deck and cantilevers of the Bridge and were installed in 1998 and 2001. The gantries traverse along rails suspended from the underside of the Tamar Bridge, and they now require their second 6 yearly Principal Inspection. In order to provide a more stable environment unaffected by the weather, it is envisaged that the gantries and bogeys will require to be lowered from the bridge and removed from site for inspection and structural load testing and then re-erected. This contractual work is anticipated to take up to a maximum period of 12 months. A detailed report is to be produced identifying all of the defects found and what remedial works are required, as well as an indication of the costs estimated to repair them. The testing will include Structural Load Testing of the gantries. Therefore, the information gleaned from the inspection will effectively inform the specification for the follow up tendering exercise to appoint a suitable maintenance company to actually carry out the majority of the maintenance works required, although it is possible that some more urgent remedial maintenance work may be required to be undertaken by the company appointed for the initial Gantry Inspection work or its recognised sub contractor.

Management and Operation of Hayle Marine Business Park.

Cornwall Council | Published April 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 2, 2015
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70330000

Cornwall Council has secured European funding through the Convergence Programme to deliver the Marine Business Park (MBP) Phase 1, with match funding provided by the Department for Environment and Climate Change (DECC) and the Council. The MBP is part of a major physical regeneration scheme on North Quay in Hayle, Cornwall. The MBP project aims to support the development of the Offshore Marine Renewables and Marine Technology Sectors capitalising on the presence of Wave Hub which lies seven miles off the coast of Hayle and the investment in infrastructure on North Quay which has opened up the land for development. When fully complete the MBP will provide up to 3 195 m2 of B1 and B2 workspace. Phase 1 is currently under construction and due to reach practical completion in July 2015 and includes 876 m2 of B1 office space, 1 490 m2 of B2 industrial space, plus associated yard/layout area, access, parking and landscaping. This tender principally relates to the Management and Operation of Phase 1. The site also has planning permission for a further 800 m2 of B2 space; this is Phase 2. It is intended that Phase 2 will be built out when demand has been proven but there is no guarantee that Phase 2 will be built out. The Operator will have restricted access to the Phase 2 land for storage or for assembly under a separate lease arrangement with the Council. Subject to mutual agreement, the Operator Contract could be extended to cover management of Phase 2, if and when this is constructed.

Tamar Road Bridge Gantries Principal Inspection and Reporting for Future Maintenance Requirements Co

Cornwall Council | Published May 21, 2015  -  Deadline July 1, 2015
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71000000, 71631400, 71630000, 71631450, 71334000

It is a Statutory Legal Requirement that the Maintenance Gantries of the Tamar Road Bridge are fully inspected at 6 yearly intervals. The Tamar Road Bridge is part of the A38 Trunk Road and crosses the River Tamar on the border between Devon and Cornwall. The crossing is jointly owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Council (the Joint Authority) and operated on behalf of the two authorities by the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee (TBTF). There are four maintenance gantries, which are under the main deck and cantilevers of the Bridge and were installed in 1998 and 2001. The gantries traverse along rails suspended from the underside of the Tamar Bridge, and they now require their second 6 yearly Principal Inspection. In order to provide a more stable environment unaffected by the weather, it is envisaged that the gantries and bogeys will require to be lowered from the bridge and removed from site for inspection and structural load testing and then re-erected. This contractual work is anticipated to take up to a maximum period of 12 months. A detailed report is to be produced identifying all of the defects found and what remedial works are required, as well as an indication of the costs estimated to repair them. The testing will include Structural Load Testing of the gantries. Therefore, the information gleaned from the inspection will effectively inform the specification for the follow up tendering exercise to appoint a suitable maintenance company to actually carry out the majority of the maintenance works required, although it is possible that some more urgent remedial maintenance work may be required to be undertaken by the company appointed for the initial Gantry Inspection work or its recognised sub contractor.

Air quality monitoring contract

Cornwall Council | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 20, 2017
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90731400

Section 82 of the Environment Act 1995 provides that every local authority shall review the air quality within its area, both at the present time and the likely future air quality. In order to evaluate the effectiveness of the actions outlined Cleaner Air for Cornwall Strategy and to effectively monitor potential sites where air quality may be an issue in the future Cornwall Council needs to continue to monitor Air Quality in it's area with the use of diffusion tubes. This is a three year contract to provide and analyse 2,496 nitrogen dioxide (NO2) Palmes-type diffusion tubes per year which shall be delivered as 208 diffusion tubes per month. Extra tubes may be requested for further monitoring as required.

Specialist IT Support for Internal Audit

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published August 25, 2017  -  Deadline September 11, 2017
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72150000

Please note this procurement is being awarded via Bloom Procurement Services. The Council has embarked on an ambitious digital improvement and its technology platform is becoming more complex and is now moving to cloud based solutions. Currently the in-house team does not have sufficient IT skills and capabilities to carry out this critical work. The Council is looking for suitably qualified and experienced organisations / individuals who are interested in providing support to the Internal Audit and Risk Service in delivering both general IT controls and technical assurance around the Council's IT environment. The technical IT audit work will include those areas that require expertise and tools to test controls for example the configuration of firewalls, networks or individual applications. Experience of complex IT environments, Oracle ERP and Cloud is required. To access the tender please register with Bloom and email Adil.Hussain@bloom.services quoting PR004669. For more information about Bloom please visit https://bloom.services/work-with-us/ or http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/business/commercial-services-and-selling-to-the-council/current-and-future-contract-opportunities/how-we-buy-consultancy/

Coroners Case Management System

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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48000000

The Coroner's Service is currently looking to modernise their existing case management system to improve functionality and efficiency for the Service. We are looking to streamline the current practice and believe a newer system can assist us in achieving this. New developments in coroner's case management systems nationally, as evidenced following a recent site visit to both Gloucester and Sandwell. We have seen the development of a web based application that allows for a more 'paper-lite' working environment as well as speedier processing of documentation including electronic sign off of standard forms by the coroner. We therefore need to procure an appropriately functional and secure case management system to electronically manage all HM Coroner's case records and work flow for both current and past casefiles. It is envisaged that any solution quoted should be a comprehensive casework tool which is able to facilitate flexible workflows and generate a large array of templated letters and documents, and has the facility to produce bundles for use at Inquests.

Kresen Kernow Website and Online Collections

Cornwall Council | Published June 6, 2017  -  Deadline July 4, 2017
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48000000

Cornwall Council requires a new website and digital collections system for its archive and local studies centre, Kresen Kernow (Cornwall Centre in Cornish), opening in December 2018. The project will bring together the Cornish Studies Library, Cornwall Record Office and Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Historic Environment Record in a purpose built new facility to create the largest collection of records, books, photographs, maps and audio-visual for researching Cornwall's history, archaeology and culture in the world, (see appendix 1 for further information). Our new website will be the first port of call for thousands of visitors, researchers and learners and needs to be developed with our existing and potential users at its centre. It needs to encourage exploration, engagement and sharing. We aim to give all our users and visitors the best possible experience, whether online or in Kresen Kernow. It is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and has outcomes based on enabling over a million people to engage with our outstanding archive and library collections.

Cremyll View - Mount Edgcumbe Sea Wall Repairs

Cornwall Council | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
Winner
Teignmouth Maritime Services Limited
cpvs
45200000

Cornwall Council, in partnership with Plymouth City Council, seeks to appoint a Principal Contractor to undertake rebuilding and repair works to the sea wall at 4nr locations at Cremyll Quay within the Mount Edgcumbe Estate near Torpoint, Cornwall: i) Mount Edgcumbe Quay ii) Toll House Quay iii) Lower Lodge Beach iv) Garden Battery Beach Cornwall Council, acting as Procurement Lead for the joint authorities, has commissioned the design of the works by Cormac Solutions Limited. The works are being funded by the joint authorities, with a funding application also having been made to the Environment Agency. The Council seeks to appoint a suitable and demonstrably experienced Principal Contractor to undertake the rebuilding and repair works under an NEC 3 Engineering and Construction Contract 2013 Edition (Option C – Target Cost) with secondary options and Z clauses as included with the procurement documents. The works shall include vegetation removal, masonry repairs and repointing, reinstatement of scour damage, sprayed concrete repairs to masonry and at Mount Edgcumbe Quay, the rebuilding of a length of a mass concrete retaining wall with masonry facing. It is expected that the Contractor will need to design and install a temporary coffer dam to this last work area, the foot of which is below the mean low water level, in order to expedite the works. It is anticipated that MMO approval will be received in January 2017, following which the contractor will be formally appointed and the Construction works will start as soon as possible thereafter with projected completion by May 2017. The sites are on publicly accessible open space and the foreshore, and are accessible by public highway, although access to Garden Battery Beach will require arrangement with the Mt Edgcumbe Estate. Toll House Quay will remain in use by the ferry operations to/from Plymouth, each day at various times, during the construction period.

Cremyll View - Mount Edgcumbe Sea Wall Repairs

Cornwall Council | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
cpvs
45200000

Cornwall Council, in partnership with Plymouth City Council, seeks to appoint a Principal Contractor to undertake rebuilding and repair works to the sea wall at 4nr locations at Cremyll Quay within the Mount Edgcumbe Estate near Torpoint, Cornwall: i) Mount Edgcumbe Quay ii) Toll House Quay iii) Lower Lodge Beach iv) Garden Battery Beach Cornwall Council, acting as Procurement Lead for the joint authorities, has commissioned the design of the works by Cormac Solutions Limited. The works are being funded by the joint authorities, with a funding application also having been made to the Environment Agency. The Council seeks to appoint a suitable and demonstrably experienced Principal Contractor to undertake the rebuilding and repair works under an NEC 3 Engineering and Construction Contract 2013 Edition (Option C – Target Cost) with secondary options and Z clauses as included with the procurement documents. The works shall include vegetation removal, masonry repairs and repointing, reinstatement of scour damage, sprayed concrete repairs to masonry and at Mount Edgcumbe Quay, the rebuilding of a length of a mass concrete retaining wall with masonry facing. It is expected that the Contractor will need to design and install a temporary coffer dam to this last work area, the foot of which is below the mean low water level, in order to expedite the works. It is anticipated that MMO approval will be received in January 2017, following which the contractor will be formally appointed and the Construction works will start as soon as possible thereafter with projected completion by May 2017. The sites are on publicly accessible open space and the foreshore, and are accessible by public highway, although access to Garden Battery Beach will require arrangement with the Mt Edgcumbe Estate. Toll House Quay will remain in use by the ferry operations to/from Plymouth, each day at various times, during the construction period.

Construction and Civil Engineering Works Framework.

Cornwall Council | Published April 23, 2015
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45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000, 45000000, 71000000

The full scope of this procurement will subsequently be set out within the Contract Notice and ITT documentation (when read together). This prior information notice is to advertise Cornwall Councils intention to procure a framework agreement in multiple lots between Cornwall Council and a number of Construction and Civil Engineering contractors that are capable of, under the various different contracting routes permitted by the JCT and NEC forms of contract, carrying out works (and associated services) to real estate, land and structures (whether man made or natural) and including works in the marine and fluvial environments, that may consist of new build, refurbishment, improvement, demolition, extension, renovation, strengthening or other works of a similar nature to those stated. Contractors may be appointed to carry out design and other consultancy related services in connection with, or as part of construction and civil engineering works.

Cornwall Council Property Estate Maintenance and Statutory Compliance Framework

Cornwall Council | Published August 31, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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Full details of this procurement will be contained within the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and associated documents.

Cornwall Council intends to establish a 4 year framework agreement with a maximum of 3 contractors.

The Mechanical & Engineering (M&E) requirement comprises 2 lot.

The Fabric requirement is tendered as 1 lot for which one contractor will be appointed.

A contractor may tender for all 3 lots.

The Framework will be let for an initial term of 2 years with the option to extend for a further year at the end of the second and third years of the frameworks operation (total duration including options would then be 4 years).

The purpose of this framework is to enable the Council and other permitted users to issue direct call-off contracts for the provision of engineering services and fabric maintenance works to a myriad of built assets. M&E services generally cover the mechanical and electrical statutory compliance, testing, planned and reactive maintenance to built assets whereas the fabric maintenance generally involves works to the structure and finishes of the built assets.

The successful contractor(s) will therefore need to have the capability, skills and expertise to carry out the services within a range of commercial, domestic and educational environments. The types and conditions of the built assets range from nearly new to dilapidated and consist mainly of corporate, school and domestic facilities such as offices, classrooms, etc. A more detailed list of buildings is provided within the ITT.

The Council uses a web-based system on the South West Portal found at www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk ( DueNorth ) to manage quote and tender processes.

New users to the system must register on this site to obtain a username and password before gaining access to the system.

All interaction with the Council in respect of this requirement will be conducted through the DueNorth system.

In the event that you need to contact the Authority in relation to this opportunity please follow the instructions on the advert.

Once registered further documentation can be downloaded.

Cornwall Council Property Estate Maintenance and Statutory Compliance Framework

Cornwall Council | Published August 31, 2016
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Full details of this procurement will be contained within the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and associated documents.

Cornwall Council intends to establish a 4 year framework agreement with a maximum of 3 contractors.

The Mechanical & Engineering (M&E) requirement comprises 2 lot.

The Fabric requirement is tendered as 1 lot for which one contractor will be appointed.

A contractor may tender for all 3 lots.

The Framework will be let for an initial term of 2 years with the option to extend for a further year at the end of the second and third years of the frameworks operation (total duration including options would then be 4 years).

The purpose of this framework is to enable the Council and other permitted users to issue direct call-off contracts for the provision of engineering services and fabric maintenance works to a myriad of built assets. M&E services generally cover the mechanical and electrical statutory compliance, testing, planned and reactive maintenance to built assets whereas the fabric maintenance generally involves works to the structure and finishes of the built assets.

The successful contractor(s) will therefore need to have the capability, skills and expertise to carry out the services within a range of commercial, domestic and educational environments. The types and conditions of the built assets range from nearly new to dilapidated and consist mainly of corporate, school and domestic facilities such as offices, classrooms, etc. A more detailed list of buildings is provided within the ITT.

The Council uses a web-based system on the South West Portal found at www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk ( DueNorth ) to manage quote and tender processes.

New users to the system must register on this site to obtain a username and password before gaining access to the system.

All interaction with the Council in respect of this requirement will be conducted through the DueNorth system.

In the event that you need to contact the Authority in relation to this opportunity please follow the instructions on the advert.

Once registered further documentation can be downloaded.

Cornwall Council Construction Framework.

Cornwall Council | Published June 9, 2017
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71000000

Cornwall Council is seeking to appoint contractors to a Framework Agreement consisting of 7 Lots that will be used to undertake capital construction and M&E works and services. The term of the Framework Agreement is intended to be for 4 years, commencing in November 2017. The objective of this procurement process is to appoint construction contractors to the Framework that are capable, under NEC3 forms of contract, of carrying out works (and associated services) to real estate, land and structures (whether man made or natural) and including works in the marine and fluvial environments. Projects called off under this framework may consist of design and construction works, including; new build, refurbishment, improvement, demolition, extension, renovation, strengthening or other works of a similar nature. Tenderers appointed to the Framework may be asked to provide works and services to all departments and wholly owned companies of the Council and potentially to other public sector bodies ("Other Organisations") in Cornwall. Tenderers appointed to Lots 1, 2 and 7 may be asked to provide works and services to other public sector bodies ("Other Organisations") across the geographical area of the south west of England as described in the OJEU Contract Notice and Schedule 12 of the Framework Agreement. A Tenderer may tender for and be awarded multiple Lots but only in the combinations described within this OJEU Notice and the associated ITT The Framework Agreement will be divided into the following seven Lots: Lot 1 - Construction Contracts – Employer’s or Contractor’s design - with a contract value of more than 2 000 000 GBP; Lot 2 - M&E Contracts – Employer’s or Contractor’s Design - with no value threshold; Lot 3 - West Cornwall - Construction Contracts – Employer’s design (with or without Contractor design portions) - with a contract value equal to or less than 2 000 000 GBP; Lot 4 - Mid Cornwall - Construction Contracts – Employer’s design (with or without Contractor design portions) with a contract value equal to or less than 2 000 000 GBP; Lot 5 - East Cornwall - Construction Contracts – Employer’s design (with or without Contractor design portions) with a contract value equal to or less than 2 000 000 GBP; Lot 6 - Housing Construction Contracts – Employer’s design (with or without Contractor design portions) - with a contract value equal to or less than 2 000 000 GBP; and Lot 7 - Housing Construction Contracts – Employer’s or Contractor’s design - with a contract value of more than 2 000 000 GBP.

Cornwall Council Construction Framework

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published June 9, 2017  -  Deadline July 11, 2017
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45400000

Cornwall Council is seeking to appoint contractors to a Framework Agreement consisting of seven Lots that will be used to undertake capital construction and M&E works and services. The term of the Framework Agreement is intended to be for four years, commencing in November 2017. The objective of this procurement process is to appoint construction contractors to the Framework that are capable, under NEC3 forms of contract, of carrying out works (and associated services) to real estate, land and structures (whether man made or natural) and including works in the marine and fluvial environments. Projects called off under this framework may consist of design and construction works, including; new build, refurbishment, improvement, demolition, extension, renovation, strengthening or other works of a similar nature. Tenderers appointed to the Framework may be asked to provide works and services to all departments and wholly owned companies of the Council and potentially to other public sector bodies ("Other Organisations") in Cornwall. Tenderers appointed to Lots 1, 2 and 7 may be asked to provide works and services to other public sector bodies ("Other Organisations") across the geographical area of the south west of England as described in the OJEU Contract Notice and Schedule 12 of the Framework Agreement. A Tenderer may tender for and be awarded multiple Lots but only in the combinations described within this OJEU Notice and the associated ITT The Framework Agreement will be divided into the following seven Lots: Lot 1 - Construction Contracts - Employer's or Contractor's design - with a contract value of more than £2m; Lot 2 - M&E Contracts - Employer's or Contractor's Design - with no value threshold; Lot 3 - West Cornwall - Construction Contracts - Employer's design (with or without Contractor design portions) - with a contract value equal to or less than £2m; Lot 4 - Mid Cornwall - Construction Contracts - Employer's design (with or without Contractor design portions) with a contract value equal to or less than £2m; Lot 5 - East Cornwall - Construction Contracts - Employer's design (with or without Contractor design portions) with a contract value equal to or less than £2m; Lot 6 - Housing Construction Contracts - Employer's design (with or without Contractor design portions) - with a contract value equal to or less than £2m; Lot 7 - Housing Construction Contracts - Employer's or Contractor's design - with a contract value of more than £2m Further details can found at the following link www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk
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