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Virtual Machine Environment (VME) mainframe services encompassingApplication development, maintenanc

Department for Work and Pensions | Published August 14, 2015
cpvs
30211000, 51611100, 72600000, 72514100, 48620000, 48820000, 72251000, 50312600, 72514300, 72700000, 72910000

DWP — Background Information: DWP is tasked with determining the optimal approach to replacing or renewing the Department's major contracts, which provide virtually all of the IT services that DWP needs to support business services and to deliver change — taking account of the Department's overall strategy, its business needs, market trends, wider Government objectives and affordability constraints. Where possible DWP will endeavour to take a pan-Government approach. DWP are taking due regard of the Cabinet Office ICT Strategy http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/content/government-ict-strategy Where appropriate DWP are also taking due regard of the Cabinet Office procurement policy with respect to Small and Medium Enterprises. http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/sites/default/files/resources/policy-procurement-note-SMEs.pdf Specifically, where DWP has previously contracted with single suppliers for ‘tower’ based services it is now examining the potential for disaggregating requirements to the smallest practicable packages that still deliver operational efficiency whilst remaining broadly aligned to the tower model. The Departments Objectives is to: — Help determine the shape of the IT services needed by the business to support the strategic direction of the Department. — ensure that consensus is obtained from Technology and the business on the direction of travel, taking account of strategic and practical considerations; and — ensure continuity of supply to DWP and any OGD's by implementing the chosen strategies within time and budget constraints; In order to: — maintain and secure continuity of supply for critical IT services; — enable the Departments to secure continued value for money and service improvements; and — provide flexibility for Departmental change and the platform for further enhancements in customer requirements/ services. Mainframe Services: Virtual Machine Environment (VME). Present mode of operation (PMO) — the DWP's VME services are primarily delivered from a single contract providing hosting services for a diverse range of technology. The VME estate includes: — 2 Data Centres. — Approx. 3200 VME MIPS. — 29 Physical Servers. — 50TB storage. — Approx. 24 applications. — This may be subject to change and may require additional requirements to account for OGD's requirements. DWP is currently looking at how our existing full VME Services could be better delivered in smaller packages in line with Cabinet Office ICT strategy. This PIN relates to the procurement of the full range of VME Services including the provision, installation, development, operation, maintenance, support transition and decommission of VME systems. This includes disaster recovery and test environments. VME systems include application software, platform software, operating system, server hardware, storage hardware (including backup), data centre LAN, data centre interconnectivity and the provision of space in a data centre facilities and equipment from two separate locations, currently configured as active-passive. It is intended that these services will be provided on a non-exclusive basis and suppliers may be required to work with other suppliers of similar or component services at the direction of DWP. The present VME services are fully managed by a single supplier. There are approximately 24 applications that will be required to support, maintain and operate some of the Departments critical systems during the term of the contract It is anticipated that there will be an initial term of up to 4 years; this however will be subject to Cabinet Office recommendations and approvals. Currently there is spend of approximately GBP 70 000 000 per annum spend on this service. The initial VME contracts will be principally and initially for the use of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it

Virtual Machine Environment (VME) mainframe services encompassing Application development, maintenance and support and operation, software, hardware operated in an active-passive configuration.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published August 14, 2015
cpvs
30211000, 51611100, 72600000, 72514100, 48620000, 48820000, 72251000, 50312600, 72514300, 72700000, 72910000

Virtual Machine Environment (VME) mainframe services encompassing Application development, maintenance and support and operation, software, hardware operated in an active-passive configuration.

National Portable Appliance Testing.

Environment Agency | Published February 25, 2015
Winner
SSE Contracting Ltd
cpvs
31000000

The Environment Agency are seeking a supplier to provide Portable Appliance Testing for approximately 13 800 items of field operated equipment, typically hand tools. To ensure equipment is fit and safe for use and complies with the requirement of PUWER Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 or equivalent. The work will be undertaken at Operational depots across England and Wales as well as individual item testing at short notice at remote field locations. The contractor will have the capacity to oversee and manage the scheduling of the equipment testing.

National Portable Appliance Testings

Environment Agency | Published March 30, 2014  -  Deadline April 20, 2014
cpvs
27020000

The Environment Agency are seeking a supplier to provide Portable Appliance Testing for approximately 13,800items of field operated equipment, typically hand tools. To ensure equipment is fit and safe for use and complieswith the requirement of PUWER Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 or equivalent. Thework will be undertaken at Operational depots across England and Wales as well as individual item testingat short notice at remote field locations. The contractor will have the capacity to oversee and manage thescheduling of the equipment testing.

 

National Supply of Pollution Control and Pollution Cleanup Equipment.

Environment Agency | Published December 10, 2015
cpvs
90741000, 42122510, 50500000, 90733300, 90743000

The Environment Agency is intending to issue a tender for the provision of a range of pollution control and pollution cleanup equipment and materials to the Environment Agency, the Fire and Rescue Service and other similar incident response authorities throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The contract will also be open for use by similar response authorities in Scotland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands should they wish to use it. This PIN is part of the pre tender engagement deemed crucial to the success of the tendering process. This is the primary stage to inform how we develop our approach to the market and decide the best format for the contract. It is not a call for competition and it is expected that a formal (OJEU) tender process will result from this exercise in early 2016. As part of the pre-tender engagement we would like to give you an opportunity to attend a supplier open day we are holding on Wednesday 13.1.2016 in the Birmingham area. The aim of this open day is for potential suppliers to engage with us to fully understand our requirements. There will be the opportunity for suppliers to demonstrate their products to the project team. The day will also provide the project team a better understanding of the products currently available on the market and supplier capabilities. The products that we are looking to source include oil and chemical containment booms (land and water); oil and chemical sorbents; self erecting pools and roll over tanks; leak seal products for drums and tanks; drain seal bags and mats; flexible storage tanks and tank liners; overpack drums and liners; water driven peristaltic pumps or similar pumps suitable for use in combustible atmospheres; pump maintenance services, drain tracing dyes and other sundry spill management items.

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter Redevelopment (Phase 4)

Warrington Borough Council | Published April 1, 2016  -  Deadline May 6, 2016
cpvs
45000000, 71500000

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter Redevelopment Works (Phase 4) represents the largest and final phase of an ambitious wider master plan to regenerate the Bridge Street Quarter sited within Warrington, Cheshire to deliver a high quality Town Centre environment including new Public Realm/ Event Spaces, new Council Offices, new Market Hall and a high quality mix of Commercial, Leisure and Retail facilities.

The requirements for Phase 4 of the redevelopment are included in the attached PQQ documentation.

Organisations who are interested in learning more about the opportunity are invited to a Meet and Greet Event which will take place on Monday, 18.4.2016 at Walton Hall and Gardens, Walton Lea Road, Warrington, WA4 6SN. Refreshments will be available from 9:00 and the event commences at 9:30.

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter Redevelopment (Phase 4)

Warrington Borough Council | Published April 1, 2016
cpvs
45000000, 71500000

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter Redevelopment Works (Phase 4) represents the largest and final phase of an ambitious wider master plan to regenerate the Bridge Street Quarter sited within Warrington, Cheshire to deliver a high quality Town Centre environment including new Public Realm/ Event Spaces, new Council Offices, new Market Hall and a high quality mix of Commercial, Leisure and Retail facilities.

The requirements for Phase 4 of the redevelopment are included in the attached PQQ documentation.

Organisations who are interested in learning more about the opportunity are invited to a Meet and Greet Event which will take place on Monday, 18.4.2016 at Walton Hall and Gardens, Walton Lea Road, Warrington, WA4 6SN. Refreshments will be available from 9:00 and the event commences at 9:30.

Windows & Doors - Supply, Installation & Maintenance Contract

Procurement for Housing Limited | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
44221000, 44221100, 45421130, 45421132, 45421131, 44221200, 44221220, 44221230, 44316000, 45441000, 44221000, 44221000, 44221000

PfH is seeking to appoint a number of suppliers and contractors that cover a range of supply, distribution and installation requirements that demonstrates value for money. The providers will need to deliver and/or install a full range of products within the lots they apply for at a high quality with strong service delivery, underpinned by a comprehensive understanding of and experience in the Social Housing environment. The Material requirements within the scope of this framework agreement include, but are not limited to: Design, Survey, Supply and Delivery of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets Supply and Delivery of Glazing Units, Internal Doors and Ironmongery Products Design, Survey and Installation of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. This framework is being tendered to meet the requirements of PfH members/Public Sector bodies throughout Scotland. CPV: 44221000, 44221100, 45421130, 45421132, 45421131, 44221200, 44221220, 44221230, 44316000, 45441000.

Woolston Learning Village - Bungalow Conversion

Warrington Borough Council | Published July 14, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Refurbishing and remodeling an existing residential bungalow in to a café / teaching catering environment. Tender documents are available via the North West eprocurement portal at www.the-chest.org.uk.

Windows & Doors — Supply, Installation & Maintenance Contract.

Procurement for Housing Limited | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
44221000

PfH is seeking to appoint a number of suppliers and contractors that cover a range of supply, distribution and installation requirements that demonstrates value for money. The providers will need to deliver and/or install a full range of products within the lots they apply for at a high quality with strong service delivery, underpinned by a comprehensive understanding of and experience in the Social Housing environment. The Material requirements within the scope of this framework agreement include, but are not limited to: Design, Survey, Supply and Delivery of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. Supply and Delivery of Glazing Units, Internal Doors and Ironmongery Products. Design, Survey and Installation of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. This framework is being tendered to meet the requirements of PfH members/Public Sector bodies throughout Scotland. 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=421690 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.

Windows & Doors — Supply, Installation & Maintenance Contract.

Procurement for Housing | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
44221000, 44221100, 45421130, 45421132, 45421131, 44221200, 44221220, 44221230, 44316000, 45441000, 44221000, 44221000, 44221000

PfH is seeking to appoint a number of suppliers and contractors that cover a range of supply, distribution and installation requirements that demonstrates value for money. The providers will need to deliver and/or install a full range of products within the lots they apply for at a high quality with strong service delivery, underpinned by a comprehensive understanding of and experience in the Social Housing environment. The Material requirements within the scope of this framework agreement include, but are not limited to: Design, Survey, Supply and Delivery of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. Supply and Delivery of Glazing Units, Internal Doors and Ironmongery Products. Design, Survey and Installation of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. This framework is being tendered to meet the requirements of PfH members/Public Sector bodies throughout Scotland. 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=421690 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.

Blakburn and Darwen WwTW Integrated Solution.

United Utilities Water Limited | Published June 6, 2015  -  Deadline July 14, 2015
cpvs
45252127, 45231300, 45213150, 45259100, 71320000, 45453000

The project is to be procured as a single contract comprising the design, construction, commissioning and operation/optimisation of new and refurbished wastewater treatment facilities at Blackburn and Darwen Wastewater Treatment Works, together with a new transfer pipeline. The project seeks to provide a holistic engineering solution to the multiple quality and maintenance drivers at the two locations, including compliance with the Bathing Waters standard, the Water Framework Directive consent and a new phosphorus consent. Subject to the design proposed by the successful bidder, works are likely to include (but are not limited to): — Refurbishment of existing facilities; — Storm storage; — New sewage transfer pipeline; — New primary, secondary and potentially tertiary treatment; — Additional final effluent UV treatment capacity; — New or modified outfalls with hydro-generation; — New wastewater sludge treatment facilities including CHP engines; — New effluent screening and grit removal facilities; — Site drainage; — Internal site access roads and parking/hard standing areas; — Office accommodation; — Amendments to site HV and LV power distribution; — New SCADA systems including remote access and monitoring; — Provision of temporary plant; — Decommissioning of remaining redundant assets. The Employer operates in a regulated environment and it is essential that the operation, quality performance and throughput of the existing Works are maintained throughout the construction period.

Windows and Doors — Supply, Installation and Maintenance Contract

Procurement for Housing | Published April 15, 2016
Winner
Esh Construction Limited
cpvs
44221000, 44221100, 45421130, 45421131, 44221200, 44221220, 44221230, 44316000, 45441000

PfH aimed to appoint a number of suppliers and contractors that cover a range of supply, distribution and installation requirements that demonstrates value for money. The providers needed to evidence that they can deliver and/or install a full range of products within the lots they applied for at a high quality with strong service delivery, underpinned by a comprehensive understanding of and experience in the Social Housing environment.

The Material requirements within the scope of this framework agreement include, but are not limited to:

Design, Survey, Supply and Delivery of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets;

Supply and Delivery of Glazing Units, Internal Doors and Ironmongery Products (these lots have now been collapsed to due lack of uptake);

Design, Survey and Installation of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets.

This framework was tendered to meet the requirements of PfH members/Public Sector bodies throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

PfH have appointed professional providers that thrive on high standards, and have the ability to work in partnership with members to provide joint efficiencies. PfH stated that they would require the providers to work with members to provide a quality, consistent supply and service and to have an understanding of corporate values.

The successful suppliers were also required to demonstrate a proven track record on delivering similar type contracts along with providing sustainable competitive pricing throughout the term of the framework. The suppliers have excellent customer service and provide a dedicated account management.

Windows and Doors — Supply, Installation and Maintenance Contract.

Procurement for Housing | Published November 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
44221000

PfH is seeking to appoint a number of suppliers and contractors that cover a range of supply, distribution and installation requirements that demonstrates value for money. The providers will need to deliver and/or install a full range of products within the lots they apply for at a high quality with strong service delivery, underpinned by a comprehensive understanding of and experience in the Social Housing environment. The Material requirements within the scope of this framework agreement include, but are not limited to: Design, Survey, Supply and Delivery of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. Supply and Delivery of Glazing Units, Internal Doors and Ironmongery Products. Design, Survey and Installation of PVCu, Aluminum and Timber Windows and Doors included Specialist External Doorsets. This framework is being tendered to meet the requirements of PfH members/Public Sector bodies throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland. PfH are seeking professional providers that thrive on high standards, and have the ability to work in partnership with members to provide joint efficiencies. PfH require the providers to work with members to provide a quality, consistent supply and service and to have an understanding of corporate values. The successful suppliers 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 framework. The supplier must have excellent customer service and be able to provide a dedicated account management. Each PfH member contracts directly with the awarded framework provider who is also responsible for day to day account management and any queries and issues. All of the questions in this PQQ are appropriate to all organisations, and therefore all questions must be answered. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=166537 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.myTenders.org/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.

Maintenance and Repair of Centrifuge Equipment.

United Utilities plc | Published December 26, 2015
Winner
Alfa Laval Limited, Brettex site Services, Mobile & Seperation Equipment Limited
cpvs
42931000

Maintenance and Repair of Centrifuge Equipment including: Services and Specification 1 Overview The Company requires a full range of maintenance and repair services of its mobile and fixed centrifuge equipment fleet across all sites in the United Kingdom. The services include: — Condition Based Inspection of equipment — Development of maintenance schedules — 24 hour breakdown cover — Option for maintenance packages including comprehensive and routine — Reinstatement and re-commissioning of the equipment — Management Information 1. Suppliers Personnel The Supplier shall provide and maintain a list of their personnel who will be responsible for performing the onsite services on a regular basis to the Company in writing. Subject to clause 20 of the Agreement, the Supplier shall ensure the personnel performing the services are competent and adequately equipped to perform the services. The Company shall be entitled to audit the training records of the personnel and the Supplier shall fulfil any reasonable requested for information in a timely manner. When attending a Company site the personnel shall provide photographic identification. The Supplier shall provide a non-dedicated account manager who shall be responsible for ensuring performance, development and resolving any service issues. 2. Condition Based Inspection The Company may request the Supplier to perform a physical condition based inspection of the equipment to ascertain the operational performance and condition of the equipment. On completion of the survey the Supplier shall submit a condition report along with recommendations including: — Location, model number and modifications — Condition of the equipment — Operating conditions — Identify routine and critical spare parts by original component manufacturer — Supporting photographs — Routine maintenance regime — Modifications to improve performance — Site facilities to perform equipment maintenance e.g lifting equipment available The survey shall be undertaken at the Company location with minimum disruption to the Company operation. If the equipment requires to be removed from the Company location for further inspection, the Supplier shall provide the Company with sufficient notification and rationale along with a plan to ensure minimum disruption to the operation. The Supplier shall notify the Company of any costs to perform any site surveys in advance in writing subject to the schedule of rates. The Supplier shall submit to the Customer a schedule of the proposed equipment surveys including location, dates and access to the equipment is required. The Company shall make the equipment available to the Supplier at the agreed date, time and location in accordance with the terms of this agreement. 3. Equipment Optimisation The Customer may require the Supplier to evaluate current plant performance and recommend performance improvements of the equipment and make adjustments in the configuration based upon the operating environment. This may include the adjustment of associated equipment such as ‘Poly Dosing Equipment’ subject to the agreed schedule of rates. 4. Contract Management The Company and Supplier shall appoint representatives who will meet regularly to review the performance of the equipment and opportunities to improve the performance of the Company's fleet. 5. Maintenance The Supplier will be responsible for providing maintenance services which may include providing guidance and training to the Company's employees to maximise the availability of the equipment. Maintenance will always be planned with the Company to minimise disruption to the Company's operation. To ensure operational and cost effective options to the Company the following packages shall be made available. 5.1. Planned Routine Maintenance The Company may require the Supplier to develop a maintenance regime considering the equipment manufacturer guidelines to maximise the availability of the centrifuge equipment. The maintenance plan shall include but not limited to: — Inspection regime — Service regime — Dates when maintenance activities will be performed in conjunction with UU scheduling system. — Details of the maintenance activities to be undertaken (including but not limited to the schedules within appendix. A of this schedule.1) — Routine and Critical parts specified by manufacturer and manufacturer part number — Price schedule based upon the schedule of rates If the Company utilise its own staff to perform part or all of the maintenance regime developed at any site. The Supplier shall provide the necessary training of the Company's staff and support documentation recording who has been trained. 5.2. Equipment Breakdown The Customer may require the Supplier to provide a 24 hour response service including out of hours cover by competent engineers with the appropriate equipment to diagnose faults and perform site repairs. The Customer shall contact the Supplier call out number below when a repair is required: Emergency Call out number: +44 1733 773625 During a repair the Supplier shall inform the Customer of the fault which will then be prioritised by the Customer's priority codes as follows: Priority Code Response Time P0 (Out of hours) 2 hours P1 2 hours P2 Next Day P3 5 Days P4 10 Days P5 30 Days 5.3. Comprehensive Maintenance The Company may require a fully comprehensive maintenance service where the Supplier will be responsible for all maintenance and provision of parts and materials to maintain and repair the equipment for a fixed cost over a defined term. When requested by the Company, the Supplier shall provide a proposal outlining the costs and terms of the comprehensive maintenance package. The specific terms for each comprehensive proposal shall be negotiated and captured within the specific order. 6. Repairs The Supplier shall perform an initial inspection of the equipment to diagnose the fault and advise the Customer if the equipment can be repaired on site. If the equipment can be repaired immediately, the Supplier shall advise the Customer of the repair required and obtain approval to complete the repair. Following completion of the repair, the Supplier shall submit to the Customer within 5 working days a summary of the work completed and associated costs subject to the schedule of rates. If the equipment can not be repaired immediately, the Supplier shall advise the Customer of the repair required including time scales and costs. Details of time scales and costs shall be confirmed in writing with supporting photographs within 5 days of the initial inspection. If the component of the equipment requires inspection within a suitable workshop, the Company may arrange for the equipment to be transported to their own facility or for the Supplier to transport to their facility. The costs and timescales to perform the offsite inspection shall be in accordance with the schedule of rates and service level agreement. While in possession of the Customer's equipment, the Supplier shall allow the Customer and the Customer's representative access to the equipment. All repairs performed by the Supplier shall have a minimum twelve month warranty except where the Supplier can demonstrate the failure was due to misuse or abuse. 7. Parts and Spares The Supplier may be required to provide parts only to either the Customer or the Customer's maintenance provider at the agreed cost, lead time and discounts stipulated within the schedule of rates. When requested to hold specific parts the Supplier shall: — Notify the Customer of any parts which he must purchase directly — Ensure availability of parts when required — Provide monthly reports of the stock levels — Provide a monthly summary of the stock levels — Perform regular stock level and condition checks — Ensure the parts are stored in a suitable environment and maintained — Label parts owned by the Company ‘Property of United Utilities’ Subject to the terms of this agreement, liability for loss or damage of any parts purchased by the Customer, which are held by the Supplier, shall remain with the Supplier. For all parts supplied or held the Supplier shall provide a bill of material of all parts including the manufacturer and manufacturer's part number. 8. Transportation of Equipment The Customer may request the Supplier to provide transport arrangements for transporting the equipment from the Customer's premises to the repair facility. This shall include the loading and unloading of the equipment. The Supplier shall take possession and become fully responsible for the equipment when it is made available for loading at the specified time and location. It will be the Supplier's responsibility to inspect the equipment and provide the Customer with a written collection note including: — Inventory of items — Condition — Date — Location — Name of the Customer and Supplier representatives The transportation costs shall be in accordance with the schedule of rates. The Supplier shall ensure he has adequate insurance in place for the loading, unloading and transportation of equipment including goods in transit. 9. Equipment Maintenance and Repair Log Where the Supplier is responsible for the regular maintenance of the equipment, the Supplier shall ascertain and maintain the maintenance history of the equipment accessible by the Customer. This shall include: — Dates — Inspections — Modifications — Repairs — Condition Reports — Parts installed The Customer shall assist in providing any available information. 10. Continuous Improvement The Company and Supplier shall adopt a continuous improvement approach which shall include the following: — Regular review meetings to identify service or equipment improvement opportunities — Maintain a log of all improvement opportunities — Evaluate and agree which initiatives will be implemented To support the evaluation of any initiatives identified, the Supplier shall provide a report outlining the features and benefits of the initiative including: — Proposed process and equipment change — Impact on the performance of the equipment — Total cost benefit including cost to implement the initiative 11. Scheduling of Maintenance and Repair Activities The Company will be introducing a new online system to schedule and record works completed. To ensure works are scheduled and captured accurately, the Supplier shall utilise access the Company's system as instructed ensuring all of the Company appropriate policies and procedures are identified and adhered to.

EAP.NW.012 EAP Merseyside and Greater Manchester Term Landscape Maintenance & Cleansing Contract 2016 - 2019

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline August 22, 2016
Winner
Continental Landscapes - Greenhand
cpvs
77314000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is the single, national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England. For more information visit www.gov.uk/hca. The HCA ‘holds’ large expanses of land and built estate. Whilst these sites help facilitate the delivery of the vision for the organisation, they also bring duties of care, health and safety, trespass and other liabilities and responsibilities. As part of the solution to manage such liabilities the HCA procure Services to undertake routine and emergency activities on its estate. The HCA’s procurement is led by its duty of care in relation to health & safety and building conservation as well as their responsibilities surrounding the economy, environment and society. The HCA is seeking to appoint a competent Supplier for the provision of landscape maintenance and cleansing services at 12 Sites located within its EAP Merseyside and Greater Manchester portfolio. The sites vary in size, character and complexity. Since a number is sites are used as, or adjacent to public open space the identification of health and safety risks is a priority. Typical planned works under this Contract comprise, but are not exclusively limited to the following; Site inspections, whereby the Contractor shall indicate; all matters relating to the maintenance specification, recommendations for necessary works, incidences of vandalism, flytipping, trespass and adjustments to the scheduled works; Grass cutting; Ornamental Shrub, Hedge Cutting; Tree Works, Weed Control and Cleansing. Suppliers should be aware that Unplanned works may arise over the term of the Contract which will be instructed by the HCA as and when required in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the Contract. Suppliers should note that this is a performance based Contract, the performance of which will be monitored through Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s). The minimum level of Public & Employers Liability insurance cover needed for this Contract is £5 million and £10 million respectively. The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a single Supplier to undertake the above Service for an initial 24 month term with provision for a further 12 month extension on written instruction of the Employer under the same Terms and Conditions as this contract. Any contract extensions will be based on tendered rates and prices. Services are expected to be have commenced on site by 1st October 2016. All Suppliers must be confident that they have the capacity to start the Contract within the required timescale. The EAP Merseyside and Manchester Sites will be available for viewing during this Tender. Suppliers will be required to visit the sites prior to Pricing and will be required to confirm this within the Tender return.

Liverpool: Boulevard Industry Park, Road Marking & Sign Installation Works 2016

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
Winner
DeAngelo Brothers UK Limited
cpvs
34922000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is the single, national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England. Our vision is to create opportunity for people to live in homes they can afford in places they want to live, by enabling local authorities and communities to deliver the ambition they have for their own areas. For more information visit www.gov.uk/hca In the achievement of this vision, the HCA ‘holds’ large expanses of land and built estate. Whilst these sites help facilitate the delivery of the vision for the organisation, they also bring duties of care, health and safety, trespass and other liabilities and responsibilities. As part of the solution to manage such liabilities the HCA procure Services to undertake routine and emergency activities on its estate. The HCA’s procurement is led by its duty of care in relation to health & safety and building conservation as well as their responsibilities surrounding the economy, environment and society. The HCA is seeking to appoint a competent Supplier on a fixed price basis for removal of existing white line marking; reinstatement of new white & yellow line marking across the site; directional signage installation and bollard installation. Works are to North Road, Renaissance Way & South Road, private highways within Boulevard Industry Park, Speke, Liverpool, L24 9PL. Works are required to address traffic management issues associated with overnighting delivery vehicles and overflow staff parking along the highway associated with industrial/manufacturing properties located on the Industry Park. The works will require working in the carriageway. The roads affected by the works are heavily trafficked by vehicles including a significant number of HGV’s. The site has speed limit of 20mph however speeds on site are noted to be significantly higher. There is reduced visibility on site due to HGV Trailers, HGV’s and Cars parking on the highway. Deliveries are received to the various industrial units 24 hours a day. Critical to the successful delivery of the project will be the Traffic Management implemented by the Contractor the road cannot be closed for the delivery of the works. The minimum level of Public & Employers Liability insurance cover needed for this Contract is £10 million and £10 million respectively. Services are expected to be have commenced on site by 06th June 2016, subject to approval of Tenants. All Suppliers must be confident that they have the capacity to start the Contract within the required timescale. The Boulevard Industry Park site will be available for viewing during this Tender. Suppliers will be required to visit the site prior to Pricing and will be required to confirm this within the Tender return.

EAP.ONE.004 North East Sites Term Landscape Maintenance and Cleansing Contract 2016 - 2019

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline November 9, 2016
Winner
Airedale Forestry Limited
cpvs
77314000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is the single, national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England. Our vision is to create opportunity for people to live in homes they can afford in places they want to live, by enabling local authorities and communities to deliver the ambition they have for their own areas. For more information visit www.gov.uk/hca In the achievement of this vision, the HCA ‘holds’ large expanses of land and built estate. The HCA will work with local partners to develop, invest in and dispose of the assets in pursuit of the economic development and regeneration objectives agreed by local partners and in support of local strategies. Whilst these sites help facilitate the delivery of the vision for the organisation, they also bring duties of care, health and safety, trespass and other liabilities and responsibilities. As part of the solution to manage such liabilities the HCA procure Services to undertake routine and emergency activities on its estate. The HCA’s procurement is led by its duty of care in relation to health & safety and building conservation as well as their responsibilities surrounding the economy, environment and society. The HCA is seeking to appoint a competent Supplier for the provision of landscape maintenance and cleansing services at 25 sites within its EAP North East portfolio. Typical planned works under this Contract comprise, but are not exclusively limited to the following; Site inspections, whereby the Contractor shall indicate; all matters relating to the maintenance specification, recommendations for necessary works, incidences of vandalism, flytipping, trespass and adjustments to the scheduled works; Grass cutting; Hedge Cutting; Shrub maintenance; Weed Control and Cleansing. Suppliers should be aware that Unplanned works may arise over the term of the Contract which will be instructed by the HCA as and when required in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the Contract. Suppliers should note that this is a performance based Contract, the performance of which will be monitored through Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s). The minimum level of Public & Employers Liability insurance cover needed for this Contract is £5 million and £10 million respectively. The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a single Supplier to undertake the above Service for an initial 24 month term with provision for a further 12 month extension on written instruction of the Employer. Services are expected to be have commenced on site by 1st December 2016. All Suppliers must be confident that they have the capacity to start the Contract within the required timescale. The EAP North East Sites site will be available for viewing during this Tender. Suppliers will be required to visit the sites prior to Pricing and will be required to confirm this within the Tender return.

NHS.NWM.015 Former Whittingham Hospital Landscape Maintenance and Cleansing Contract 2016 - 2019

HOMES & COMMUNITIES AGENCY | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
Winner
Barton Grange Group Ltd t/as Barton Grange Landscapes
cpvs
77314000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is the single, national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England. Our vision is to create opportunity for people to live in homes they can afford in places they want to live, by enabling local authorities and communities to deliver the ambition they have for their own areas. For more information visit www.gov.uk/hca In the achievement of this vision, the HCA ‘holds’ large expanses of land and built estate. The HCA will work with local partners to develop, invest in and dispose of the assets in pursuit of the economic development and regeneration objectives agreed by local partners and in support of local strategies. Whilst these sites help facilitate the delivery of the vision for the organisation, they also bring duties of care, health and safety, trespass and other liabilities and responsibilities. As part of the solution to manage such liabilities the HCA procure Services to undertake routine and emergency activities on its estate. The HCA’s procurement is led by its duty of care in relation to health & safety and building conservation as well as their responsibilities surrounding the economy, environment and society. The HCA is seeking to appoint a competent Supplier for the provision of landscape maintenance and cleansing services at Former Whittingham Hospital Site, Goosnargh, Preston. Typical planned works under this Contract comprise, but are not exclusively limited to the following; Site inspections, whereby the Contractor shall indicate; all matters relating to the maintenance specification, recommendations for necessary works, incidences of vandalism, flytipping, trespass and adjustments to the scheduled works; Grass cutting; Hedge Cutting; Scrub Clearance, Weed Control and Cleansing. Suppliers should be aware that Unplanned works may arise over the term of the Contract which will be instructed by the HCA as and when required in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the Contract. Suppliers should note that this is a performance based Contract, the performance of which will be monitored through Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s). The minimum level of Public & Employers Liability insurance cover needed for this Contract is £10 million respectively. Professional Indemnity Insurance of £5m is required. The Homes and Communities Agency wish to appoint a single Supplier to undertake the above Service for an initial 12 month term with provision for a further +12 month extension (2017/18), and a further +12 month extension (2018/19) on written instruction of the Employer. Services are expected to be have commenced on site by 1st September 2016. All Suppliers must be confident that they have the capacity to start the Contract within the required timescale. The Whittingham Hospital Site will be available for viewing during this Tender. Suppliers will be required to visit the sites prior to Pricing and will be required to confirm this within the Tender return.

PRO001407 Oldham and Royton Integrated Strategy.

United Utilities plc | Published July 18, 2015
Winner
Black & Veatch Ltd
cpvs
45252127, 45231300

This project addresses a number of requirements at Royton WwTW and Oldham WwTW. Both works are located in north east Manchester, and are about 4 km apart. The requirements include meeting new final effluent discharge consents at both works and reducing storm sewage discharges to improve river water quality in the River Irk, and its tributaries. The solution was to cease full treatment at Royton WwTW and transfer flow to Oldham WwTW for full treatment, where new secondary and tertiary treatment facilities will be provided. At both sites additional storm storage is required to reduce discharges to watercourse to meet required River Water Quality standards. The project was procured as 1 contract The contract comprises the design, procurement, construction, commissioning and operation/optimisation for a period of time to be determined of a new wastewater treatment facilities at Oldham WwTW and Royton WwTW Manchester, together with transfer pipeline and pumping station(s). Detailed design is ongoing. The scope of the works is anticipated to comprise Royton WwTW — New stormwater separation and storage facilities at Royton WwTW — New stormwater outfall at Royton WwTW — New header tank and pipeline to transfer flow to Oldham WwTW — Following commissioning and trials of Oldham WwTW and the Transfer pipeline, demolition of disused treatment facilities at Royton WwTW Oldham WwTW — Additional storage facilities to achieve a new final effluent consent. — Connection to transfer pipeline from Royton WwTW — Provision of flow control to primary settlement — Refurbishment of existing Primary Settlement Tanks facilities. — Provision of new secondary and tertiary treatment facilities to meet the new final effluent consent, this will comprise a nitrifying ASP, together with final tanks and tertiary filtration Upgrading of power and control and monitoring systems — Following commissioning and trials of the new Oldham WwTW facilities decommissioning/demolition of disused treatment facilities at Oldham WwTW Location Royton WwTW, Street Bridge, Royton, Oldham, OL2 5EW Oldham WwTW, The Causeway, Broadway Business Park, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 9XD Background and Current Operation Oldham WwTW — Existing The existing Oldham WwTW s consists of fine screening, grit removal, primary settlement, 2 parallel activated sludge plants, and a nitrifying Biostyr BAFF Plant. The Oldham site is also a sludge processing centre with digesters and sludge discharge to the Mersey Valley Sludge Pipeline. Sludge from Royton WwTW and other small WwTW is tankered to Oldham WwTW The current Flow to Full Treatment at Oldham is 155 Ml/d equivalent to approximately 4.5 Dry Weather Flow (DWF). The PE (2012) is 148 600 and the consented DWF is 56,400 m³/day The current consent at Oldham is 10mg/l BOD, 2mg/l Ammonia and 25mg/l suspended solids In addition to meet required River Water Quality additional storm storage is required. Royton WwTW — Existing The existing Royton works consists of fine screening, grit removal, primary settlement, activated sludge plant, nitrifying trickling filters (both rock and plastic media) and a tertiary nitrifying submerged aerated filter HSAF The current Flow to Full Treatment is 25.2 Ml/d, equivalent to approximately 4.5 DWF. The PE (2012) is 28533, and the consented DWF is 7888m3/day The current consent at Royton is 15mg/l BOD, 1mg/l Ammonia and 35mg/l suspended solids Scope of Contract Covered by this OJEU and by the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire: The Applicants should be aware that the Company's activities fall within a regulated environment and as such a number of regulatory requirements and standards must be maintained in relation to the activities. Future Proposals and Operation Operation The new works will be able to operate fully automatically with manual intervention limited to regular and reactive maintenance. The new plant will be fully compliant with UU's Future Concept of Operations Policy which requires visualisation, performance information and remote intervention of all process units. Oldham WwTW — Future Consent — It is anticipated Oldham Final Effluent Consent will be 6mg/l BOD, 1mg/l Ammonia, 25mg/l Suspended solids It is anticipated FTFT will be increased to around 6DWF ( 2236 l/s) That additional storm storage will be required in the region of an additional 20 000 m³ to meet the required river water quality consents. Scope It is anticipated that the works at Oldham WwTW will comprise — Connection of flows from Royton WwTW — Replacement or substantial revisions to existing storm separation overflow — Additional storm storage to limit discharges to Wince Brook, a tributary of the River Irk. Approximately 20 000 m³ of storm storage will be required, together with modifications or replacement of the existing storm storage control system. — Replacement or substantial revision of existing Primary Tank distribution arrangements. — Provide additional Primary Tank capacity and refurbish existing primary tanks or replace the primary tanks with lamellas and utilise the existing primary tanks for storm storage. — Provide a fully nitrifying ASP, with blower house and all ancillaries. — Provide new final tanks — Provide new or modify existing outfalls to take increased peak flows. — Internal site access roads. — Possible works to Wince Brook to mitigate the impact of increased peak discharge from Oldham WwTW. — Site drainage. — Amendments to site power HV and LV power distribution. — The scope will include new SCADA together with remote access, performance monitoring and visualisation of all process units on site at Oldham WwTW, and SCADA access from Oldham WwTW of all assets at Royton WwTW — On completion of commissioning the existing disused assets at Oldham WwTW will be decommissioned/demolished and made safe. Royton WwTW — Future It is anticipated that — A new storm outfall to the River Irk (which is in deep culvert) — The existing inlet works will be retained and additional capacity added if required. — The existing storm tanks will be retained, and there is the option of utilising existing Primary Tanks as storm storage, (thus reducing the size of the new wastewater detention tank) — Screened and degritted flows will be transferred to Oldham WwTW. — A new rising main from Royton WwTW to Oldham WwTW. The pipeline is approximately 4km in length, approximately 600mm nominal bore and will be constructed in public highway and privately owned land. — The peak flow to be transferred is approximately 336 l/s — The flow to be transferred is raw sewage — Internal site access roads, — Site drainage, — Amendments to site power HV and LV power distribution. — Control and monitoring system for new and retained assets at Royton WwTW with remote access, visualisation, and performance monitoring of all process units. (It is anticipated that Royton WwTW SCADA will generally be accessed remotely from Oldham WwTW) — On completion of the commissioning of the new Oldham WwTW and the rising main the disused assets at Royton WwTW will be decommissioned/demolished and made safe. (although planning constraints not known at present may dictate final condition of the site).
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