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17-07 Environmental Monitoring, Cleaning and Treatment of Water Storage Systems, Water Softeners and Showers

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
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45232430

The Contract is for the provision of Environmental Monitoring, Cleaning and Treatment of Water Storage Systems, Water Softeners and Showers to the University and its Entities as detailed in the Specification. In order to allow this contract to be used for potential European Union funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme. The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority. The term of the Contract shall be for a period of three (3) years commencing on 01st August 2017 with an optional extension of up to an additional two further twelve (12) month periods. The maximum Contract duration is therefore five (5) years. The Qualification section will be assessed on a pass/fail basis in accordance with the standard selection questions implemented by CCS. The requirements here include: • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £300,000 • The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of ≥30 • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Public Liability Insurance • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Employer's Liability Insurance • The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 / a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate • The Tenderer must be a member of the Legionella Contractors Association (LCA) • The Tenderer must confirm that all engineers who will be involved in delivering this contract have minimum NVQ Level 2 in an engineering/plumping discipline (or equivalent), City & Guilds in disinfections of Building Water Systems - including legionella (or equivalent), City & Guilds in Building Risk Assessments including Legionella (or equivalent) and 3 years post-qualification experience • The Tenderer must confirm that the laboratory used for water analysis testing is UKAS accredited. The deadline for submissions is 19th April 2017, 09am. To respond to this opportunity follow this link https://wlv.bravosolution.co.uk

Miscellaneous general and special-purpose machinery

University of Wolverhampton | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
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42900000, 42990000, 42000000

The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable laser based Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility in order to facilitate the manufacture of polymer and ceramic filled polymer parts and tooling.

The systems must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable laser based Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility in order to facilitate the manufacture of polymer and ceramic filled polymer parts and tooling.

The systems must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

In addition to compliance with the Specification it is critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University of Wolverhampton.

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Environmental protection

Wolverhampton City Council | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017
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90720000

City of Wolverhampton Council (‘the Council’) invites tender responses from suitably experienced and qualified service providers with a proven track record of delivering on-the-spot Fixed Penalty Notices (‘FPN's’). The successful service provider will employ officers and the necessary infrastructure in order to provide enforcement services within Wolverhampton. Tackling environmental crime is a priority in the region and the primary focus of the initiative will be to encourage behaviour change through robust but fair enforcement. Wolverhampton has a population of approximately 253 000.

The contract term will run for a period of 2 years with options to extend for 2 further periods each of 12 months subject to satisfactory performance by the service provider.

16-73 Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility

University of Wolverhampton | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 1, 2017
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The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable laser based Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility in order to facilitate the manufacture of polymer and ceramic filled polymer parts and tooling. The systems must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment. In addition to compliance with the Specification it is critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University of Wolverhampton.

Miscellaneous general and special-purpose machinery

University of Wolverhampton | Published November 18, 2016
Winner
EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems
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42900000, 42990000, 42000000, 42940000

The University has procured an industrial/research capable Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine (the ‘Machine’) in order to facilitate the manufacture of metal parts and tooling from a variety materials. In addition to compliance with the Specification it was critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University.

The University sought to procure an industrial/research capable Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine (the ‘Machine’) in order to facilitate the manufacture of metal parts and tooling from a variety materials. In addition to compliance with the Specification, it was critical that the proposals offered additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University.

The Machine is appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, supporting bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and used within a teaching environment.

16-52 Cleaning and Site Management Services

University of Wolverhampton | Published September 30, 2016  -  Deadline November 1, 2016
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HFUTC is seeking to procure the services of a Specialist Cleaning and Site Management Contractor to ensure the provision of a clean, safe and secure environment for all users and visitors. To ensure that the site is opened and closed at the designated times, in the approved clean and safe conditions for occupancy and all other associated duties. The service also includes Feminine Hygiene and Clinical Waste disposal in addition to Key Holding and Alarm Response Services. Please note: there will be TUPE implications for the winning tenderer if they are not the incumbent. University of Wolverhampton are running this tender on behalf of HFUTC.

School cleaning services

University of Wolverhampton | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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90919300, 79993000, 90910000, 79993100

HFUTC is seeking to procure the services of a Specialist Cleaning and Site Management Contractor to ensure the provision of a clean, safe and secure environment for all users and visitors. To ensure that the site is opened and closed at the designated times, in the approved clean and safe conditions for occupancy and all other associated duties. The service also includes Feminine Hygiene and Clinical Waste disposal in addition to Key Holding and Alarm Response Services. Please note: the winning contractor will have TUPE implications if the incumbent is not successful.

Health Futures University Technical College (‘HFUTC’ or ‘UTC’) is seeking to establish a contract for the supply of Cleaning and Site Management Services. The scope of this contract includes the services of a Specialist Cleaning and Site Management Contractor to ensure the provision of a clean, safe and secure environment for all users and visitors. To ensure that the site is opened and closed at the designated times, in the approved clean and safe conditions for occupancy and all other associated duties. The service also includes Feminine Hygiene and Clinical Waste disposal in addition to Key Holding and Alarm Response Services.

Please note: The winning contractor will have TUPE implications if the incumbent is not successful.

1. The Qualification section will be assessed on a pass/fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office.

The requirements here include:

— The successful Contractor must have a minimum of 2 000 000 GBP Public Liability Insurance.

— The successful Contractor must have a minimum of 10 000 000 GBP Employers Indemnity Insurance.

— The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of 800 000 GBP.

2. Additional Qualification Pass/Fail elements are as follows:

— Confirm your organisation are able to provide all services listed in the Tender specification.

— It is a mandatory requirement that your organisation has managed a contract involving TuPE previously. Please confirm your organisation have undertaken a contract of this nature.

— Please confirm all personnel involved with this potential contract are DBS cleared at the enhanced level.

— Confirm that all personnel will provide the UTC with a copy of their DBS certificate, photo ID and proof of address for the purpose of recording in our Single Central Register.

— Safeguarding — Do you comply with the national safeguarding policies and protocols?

— Do you have the ability to operate electronic ordering, payment and invoicing?

*** Please note: All submissions and correspondence must be via BravoSolution portal.

PP16064 — Voluntary and Community Services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
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98000000, 79630000, 79411100, 75110000, 85322000, 85323000

General Aims and Objectives of Service This tender supports the delivery of the City of Wolverhampton's Corporate Priority Stronger Economy focussed on: Delivering effective core services that people want An environment where new and existing businesses thrive People developing the skills to get and keep work To support local people who are unemployed or in receipt of out of work benefits to access and gain training, employment, work experience, apprenticeships and volunteering opportunities. To Support local people to access independent advice and guidance to improve, maintain, challenge if necessary and secure their independence and the well-being of people they live with or care for. Work closely with the Council, a range of partner agencies, stakeholders, service users and local people to develop and sustain a comprehensive approach to service delivery which maximises the potential of service users, builds on and evidences examples of good practice, and evidences a commitment to strengthening and growing the wider voluntary sector and a commitment to the City's strategic priorities. Enable service users to successfully achieve agreed outcomes through adopting a planned person centred approach to service delivery based upon assessed needs. Increase the impact of the voice of service users on decision makers to help improve the quality of local services. Enable local people to monitor the standard of service provision and whether and how local services could and ought to be improved. Obtain the views of local people regarding their needs for, and experiences of, local services and importantly to make these views known. Make reports and recommendations about how local services could or ought to be improved. These should be directed to commissioners. Provide advice and information to the public about accessing local services. Provide commissioners with the intelligence and insight gathered from views and experiences of service users to enable it to perform effectively in its role as local champion. Activity, reports and recommendations arising from these requirements will be summarised and qualitative information incorporated within review reports. Find innovative ways of both challenge and work constructively with local providers. Establish systems to capture service provision activity. Have a local base within the city boundaries that is fully accessible and compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act 2000. Make public the service available, with an answering machine available at other times linked to its own dedicated local rate telephone number. Have a website to support and inform local people of service activity, a route to access the service and provide information and links to other key support. Provide services in a welcoming, supportive and non-threatening environment. These services are tendered in 8 Lots: Lot 1: Infrastructure Support Lot 2: Job Brokerage Lot 3: Structured and Supported Volunteering Lot 4: Self Employment Lot 5: Information Advice and Guidance Lot 6: Welfare Support Service Lot 7: Homeless Provision Lot 8: Community Support Service — Mental Health Potential providers may bid for a single Lot or for a maximum of 2 Lots.

PP16064 — Voluntary and Community Services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 8, 2016
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98000000, 98000000, 79630000, 98000000, 79411100, 98000000, 75110000, 85322000, 85323000

General Aims and Objectives of Service This tender supports the delivery of the City of Wolverhampton's Corporate Priority Stronger Economy focussed on: Delivering effective core services that people want An environment where new and existing businesses thrive People developing the skills to get and keep work To support local people who are unemployed or in receipt of out of work benefits to access and gain training, employment, work experience, apprenticeships and volunteering opportunities. To Support local people to access independent advice and guidance to improve, maintain, challenge if necessary and secure their independence and the well-being of people they live with or care for. Work closely with the Council, a range of partner agencies, stakeholders, service users and local people to develop and sustain a comprehensive approach to service delivery which maximises the potential of service users, builds on and evidences examples of good practice, and evidences a commitment to strengthening and growing the wider voluntary sector and a commitment to the City's strategic priorities. Enable service users to successfully achieve agreed outcomes through adopting a planned person centred approach to service delivery based upon assessed needs. Increase the impact of the voice of service users on decision makers to help improve the quality of local services. Enable local people to monitor the standard of service provision and whether and how local services could and ought to be improved. Obtain the views of local people regarding their needs for, and experiences of, local services and importantly to make these views known. Make reports and recommendations about how local services could or ought to be improved. These should be directed to commissioners. Provide advice and information to the public about accessing local services. Provide commissioners with the intelligence and insight gathered from views and experiences of service users to enable it to perform effectively in its role as local champion. Activity, reports and recommendations arising from these requirements will be summarised and qualitative information incorporated within review reports. Find innovative ways of both challenge and work constructively with local providers. Establish systems to capture service provision activity. Have a local base within the city boundaries that is fully accessible and compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act 2000. Make public the service available, with an answering machine available at other times linked to its own dedicated local rate telephone number. Have a website to support and inform local people of service activity, a route to access the service and provide information and links to other key support. Provide services in a welcoming, supportive and non-threatening environment. These services are tendered in 8 Lots: Lot 1: Infrastructure Support Lot 2: Job Brokerage Lot 3: Structured and Supported Volunteering Lot 4: Self Employment Lot 5: Information Advice and Guidance Lot 6: Welfare Support Service Lot 7: Homeless Provision Lot 8: Community Support Service — Mental Health Potential providers may bid for a single Lot or for a maximum of 2 Lots.

PP16064 - Voluntary and Community Services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
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93140000, 93141508, 93141800, 93141801

General Aims and Objectives of Service

This tender supports the delivery of the City of Wolverhampton’s Corporate Priority Stronger Economy focussed on:

  • Delivering effective core services that people want

  • An environment where new and existing  businesses thrive

  • People developing the skills to get and keep work

To support local people who are unemployed or in receipt of out of work benefits to access and gain training, employment, work experience, apprenticeships and volunteering opportunities.

To Support local people to access independent advice and guidance to improve, maintain, challenge if necessary and secure their independence and the well-being of people they live with or care for.

Work closely with the Council, a range of partner agencies, stakeholders, service users and local people to develop and sustain a comprehensive approach to service delivery which maximises the potential of service users, builds on and evidences examples of good practice, and evidences a commitment to strengthening and growing the wider voluntary sector and a commitment to the City’s strategic priorities.

Enable service users to successfully achieve agreed outcomes through adopting a planned person centred approach to service delivery based upon assessed needs. 

Increase the impact of the voice of service users on decision makers to help improve the quality of local services.

Enable local people to monitor the standard of service provision and whether  and how local services could and ought to be improved.

Obtain the views of local people regarding their needs for, and  experiences of, local  services and importantly to make these views known.

Make reports and recommendations about how local services could or ought to be improved. These should be directed to commissioners.

Provide advice and information to the public about accessing local services.

Provide commissioners with the intelligence and insight gathered from views  and experiences of service users to enable it to perform effectively in its role as local champion.

Activity, reports and recommendations arising from these requirements will be summarised and qualitative information incorporated within review reports.

Find innovative ways of both challenge and work constructively with local providers.

Establish systems to capture service provision activity. 

Have a local base within the city boundaries that is fully accessible and compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act 2000 . Make public the service available, with an answering machine available at other times linked to its own dedicated local rate telephone number.

Have a website to support and inform local people of service activity, a route to access the service and provide information and links to other key support.

Provide services in a welcoming, supportive and non-threatening environment.

These services are tendered in 8 Lots:

Lot 1:  Infrastructure Support

Lot 2:  Job Brokerage

Lot 3:  Structured and Supported Volunteering

Lot 4:  Self Employment

Lot 5:  Information Advice and Guidance

Lot 6:  Welfare Support Service

Lot 7:  Homeless Provision

Lot 8:  Community Support Service - Mental Health

Potential providers may bid for a single Lot or for a maximum of two Lots.

 

Design and Construction of UoW School of Architecture and Built Environment

University of Wolverhampton | Published June 22, 2016
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45210000, 45214400

Design and Construction of UoW School of Architecture and Built Environment.

Design & Construction of UoW School of Architecture & Built Environment

 | Published June 19, 2016
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45210000

The University of Wolverhampton has bought the iconic old Springfield Brewery site in the centre of Wolverhampton, in order to develop it in to a smart specialisation hub for Construction and the Built Environment. This will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the local area, and the Black Country, commencing with the opening of the West Midlands Construction UTC in November 2016, followed by the Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills in June 2017. The University will shortly be going out to tender to seek a design and build contractor to partner with the University to deliver the move of their own School of Architecture and Built Environment (SOABE) to the site in 2019. The SOABE development itself will have a gross internal area of circa 8250m2, which comprises of both refurbishment of the existing building and a new build element (with associated car parking for 45 cars). A BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ has been targeted that will take into account the new build, refurbishment and fit out elements. The construction value for the project will be circa £20 million. The form of contract will be the JCT 2011 Design and Build Contract. Design is due to be issued at RIBA Stage 3 with the Main Contractor developing the scheme from RIBA Stage 4 to 6. Scheduled date for Contract Award is 07th February 2017, mobilising thereafter with a Construction Period between 08th March 2017 and 05th February 2019. The University requires the School to be open early Summer 2019. The University will be administering the Tender process in accordance with the provisions of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (Competitive Procedure with Negotiation). A Market Engagement Event where Contractors can find out more about the project, will be held at University of Wolverhampton on Wednesday 29th June 08:30 – 10:30. To attend the event you must Register on the University Procurement Team Eventbrite Page http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/university-of-wolverhampton-procurement-team-8226428708 Please note that a maximum of 3 delegates per organisation is permitted.

Additive Layer Manufacturing Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine

 | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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42900000

The University is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine (the ‘Machine’) in order to facilitate the manufacture of metal parts and tooling from a variety materials. In addition to compliance with the Specification it is critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University. The Machine must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

Additive Layer Manufacturing Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 25, 2016  -  Deadline June 29, 2016
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42900000, 42990000, 42000000, 42940000

The University is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) Powder Bed Laser Melting Machine (the ‘Machine’) in order to facilitate the manufacture of metal parts and tooling from a variety materials.

In addition to compliance with the Specification it is critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University.

The Machine must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

Virtual Learning Environment

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 21, 2016
Winner
Instructure Global Ltd
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48190000

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is the University's primary means of making learning and teaching materials, resources and associated tools available to students. The VLE provides an integrated learning and teaching environment which can enhance engagement with the University's learning, teaching and assessment processes.

The Contract is for a period of 5 years. In addition the University has the option to extend for a further 2 years after the initial 5 year period. The maximum potential contract period is 7 years.

Design & Construction of UoW School of Architecture & Built Environment

 | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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45214000

The University of Wolverhampton has purchased the iconic old Springfield Brewery site in the centre of Wolverhampton, in order to develop it in to a smart specialisation hub for Construction and the Built Environment. This will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the local area, and the Black Country, commencing with the opening of the West Midlands Construction UTC in November 2016, followed by the Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills in June 2017. The University requires a design and build contractor to deliver the move of the School of Architecture and Built Environment (SOABE) to the site in 2019. The SOABE development itself will have a gross internal area of circa 8250m2, which comprises of both refurbishment of the existing building and a new build element (with associated car parking for 45 cars). A BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ has been targeted that will take into account the new build, refurbishment and fit out elements. One of the main aspirations from the University of Wolverhampton is that this building will be iconic but as efficient as possible with regards to the usage of space and the integration of the new and old aspects of the site. The construction value for the project will be circa £20 million. The form of contract will be the JCT 2011 Design and Build Contract. Design is due to be issued at RIBA Stage 3 with the Main Contractor developing the scheme from RIBA Stage 4 to 6. It is the University’s intention to novate the Design Team across to the successful Contractor on the formation of Contract, however should any Tenderer wish to appoint their own design team and still comply with the contract requirements, this will be considered by the University subject to provision of the full details of the proposal. This is a one off Procurement exercise for the University. The works must commence on site February 2017 and be complete by February 2019. This requirement is not split into Lots; the need to coordinate the different contractors for the lots could seriously risk undermining the proper execution of the project. The University is administering the Tender process in accordance with the provisions of the EU Procurement Directives and Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (Competitive Procedure with Negotiation). The Qualification requirements include: • The successful Contractor must have a minimum of £10,000,000 Public Liability Insurance • The successful Contractor must have a minimum of £10,000,000 Employers Indemnity Insurance • The successful Contractor must have a minimum of £10,000,000 Professional Indemnity Insurance • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £50,000,000 and a Credit Safe score of ≥30 • The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 • The Tenderer must hold a valid ISO 9001 (Quality Management) certificate. • The Tenderer must hold a valid ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) certificate.

16-39 Design and Construction of UoW School of Architecture and Built Environment

University of Wolverhampton | Published August 2, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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45214400

The scope of this contract covers the design and construction of the University of Wolverhampton School of Architecture and Built Environment.

16-39 Design and Construction of UoW School of Architecture and Built Environment

University of Wolverhampton | Published August 2, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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45214400

The scope of this contract covers the design and construction of the University of Wolverhampton School of Architecture and Built Environment.

Virtual Learning Environment.

University of Wolverhampton | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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48190000

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is the University's primary means of making learning and teaching materials, resources and associated tools available to students. The VLE provides an integrated learning and teaching environment which can enhance engagement with the University's learning, teaching and assessment processes. In 2013, the University of Wolverhampton undertook a periodic review of its VLE and concluded that a change of VLE was required. In March 2015, the Corporate Management Team (CMT) approved a project to implement a new VLE as part of an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) transformation programme known as Digital Campus. The University is now approaching the market to determine available solutions and services; functionality to meet its user requirements for replacing its VLE. Actively supported and directly assisted by the successful VLE supplier, the University will: — Establish a new VLE for the University of Wolverhampton by: 1. Making available the new VLE software by Spring 2016 to enable familiarisation and early staff development activities to commence; 2. Implementing the new VLE software with appropriate custom configuration and functional adjustment to be ready for use by a small group of early adopters during Spring/Summer 2016; 3. Appropriately migrating and going live with early adopters delivering whole courses (to be selected) to their students from September 2016; 4. Progressively migrating all other courses/module, materials and users to the new VLE throughout the academic year from September 2016 to September 2017; 5. Decommissioning our old VLE following completion of all migration activities.

The Provision of Multi-Disciplinary Design Team Services for the Springfield Campus Development

 | Published October 28, 2015
Winner
Atkins
cpvs
71220000

The University conducted a mini-competition using the Housing and Communities Agency (HCA) Framework Agreement for Consultant Panels, Multidisciplinary Panel (OJEU Ref: 2014/S 020-031462). The remit of this procurement covers Phase Two and Phase Three of the Development Programme. Under Phase Two of the Springfield Development Programme the University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment is moving to the Springfield Brewery Site. The primary aim of this commission is to appoint a multidisciplinary partner to work with the University to develop this project through the pre-procurement and procurement phases of the project’s lifecycle. Phase Three of the programme is to develop out the remainder of the Campus site in line with the aspiration to create a Centre of Excellence in the Built Environment. This is currently at the options appraisal stage, with the direction of travel being to attract employers and industry on to the site, to work in conjunction with the University and WMCUTC to truly provide a ladder of opportunity from 16 to 64+ within the one campus – with the University working for and with industry, e.g. research and development, experts in residence, technology development and innovation. For the purpose of this commission, the University is looking for a professional partner who recognises the potential of the Springfield Campus programme and offers a partnering approach to fee rates which demonstrates continued economies of scale and value for money for the University. The Contract period is 1 year with an option to extend up to an additional 6 months.
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