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Environment Agency - Modular Building for a Depot in Hampshire

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published July 5, 2018  -  Deadline July 31, 2018
cpvs
44211100

Two modular buildings, one on top of the other, with a metal staircase to top building. One unit will have a small kitchen area. Both units to have power, lighting and electrical heating. The units to be built, delivered and installed in a depot in Hampshire, England and for one single modular unit to be taken away and disposed of or recycled.

Guildbourne House Worthing Lift Refurbishment Expression of Interest

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published April 18, 2018  -  Deadline April 25, 2018
cpvs
42417000

The Environment Agency's office Guildbourne House in Worthing requires the refurbishment of the two passenger lifts on site. The lifts are to be refurbished on a lift by lift basis, starting with the "slave" unit (South lift) unless otherwise instructed. The lifts will undergo extensive modernisation works to include replacement of main control system with energy efficient Variable Voltage Variable Frequency (VVVF) drive system, full rewire of installation, replacement of hoisting machines with energy efficient gearless alternatives, replacement of car door operator and overhaul of all landing door equipment. Whilst undertaking the works code compliance issues detailed within EN81-70 (disabled access) and EN81-80 (health and safety) will be addressed wherever practical to do so. A design will be provided for the works.

Environment Agency - Waste Management Services at Thames Tidal Defences

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published October 2, 2017  -  Deadline November 7, 2016
Winner
Bywaters (Leyton)
cpvs
90500000

This contract will cover the collection, disposal and recycling of a variety of office and operations-derived waste streams generated by our premises at the Thames Barrier and Associated Gates. Waste streams will include hazardous waste, WEEE and various recycled waste from our offices, workshops and Visitor Centre. There may also be a requirement on an ad-hoc basis for waste collection or pumping out of either oily water or septic tank waste from Associated Sites.

Fobney Building Removal - Expression of Interest

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published July 11, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
cpvs
45111100

The Environment Agency owns the site in Fobney, Reading, which after serious flooding 4 years ago, was closed due to the damage. The construction phase will consist of demolition of 5 existing buildings down to top of slab and clear all demolition arisings (waste) from site, this will be the main building and four other sub buildings/sheds labelled A,B,C,D (please see site plan). Building A is a workshop, B is a garage/store, C is a small lab and D is an old shed. The other building on site is a pump house that is a listed building so must not be knocked down. A demolition and refurbishment asbestos survey has been completed and dated 29/03/17. The results show the site as low risk but there is some asbestos containing materials on site that the contractor must know about as they may need someone with expertise to remove these materials. There are 10 large ponds on site that are also a health and safety risk for public if possible once demolition has been completed and if there is budget left over we would like the pond area made safe, were are open to ideas on how this will be completed. To be able to carry out the works suppliers will need to be able to evidence compliance with all qualifications under the Environment Agency's Safety Health & Environment (SHE) Code of Practice, a licence for the removal of asbestos and accreditation to the National Association for Demolition Contractors (NADC) Project delivery by: Planned to have project finished by the end of October if we are advised we will need longer then we can make adjustments. Key Skills: Mechanical Electrical Instrumentation Control Automation (MEICA) technical knowledge. Please confirm whether or not you wish to be tender included in the list by 21st July 2017 by submitting your response, through Bravo, to the Commercial Lead by the above deadline.

Tonbridge New Sewerage Treatment Plant - Expression of Interest

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published July 11, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
cpvs
42996000

The Environment Agency's office, Medway House, in Kent, requires a new sewage treatment plant to be installed, due to failure of the previous installation which is now being used as a cesspit. The new sewage plant will be commissioned and discharge into the River Medway at Leigh, under permit. The plant will need to be capable of treating equivalent waste water for 50 persons per day. Works will also include, but are not limited to, the modification/decommissioning of the existing cesspit, surveys of the existing infrastructure and groundworks Everyone working on our sites, including visiting workers, shall be CSCS or affiliated registered scheme. All plant operators shall be CPCS or affiliated scheme registered. Advantageous to be member of Constructing Better Health (CBH) scheme For anyone supervising the works one of the following qualification would be required. CITB Site Supervisor's Safety Training Scheme CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme IOSH Safety Supervisors qualification in Site Investigation (SI) is a suitable alternative to the management courses for non-notifiable Site Investigation works. For notifiable projects the CITB or IOSH management courses requirement will apply. The project should consider the risks around breaking ground and an understanding of working in a confined spaces is required. Project delivery by: March 2018, Key Skills: Construction, Health & Safety and some MEICA elements. Please confirm whether or not you wish to be tender included in the list by 21st July 2017, via Bravo, to the Commercial Lead by the above deadline.

Yalding Oil Interceptor Project - Expression of Interest

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published July 11, 2017  -  Deadline July 21, 2017
cpvs
90741300

The Environment Agency's depot in Yalding, Kent requires the installation of a surface water oil interceptor, full retention class 1 separator FP1CSC, or equivalent, in order to comply in internal Environment Agency standards. Works will also require, but are not limited to, amendments to drainage to enable drainage into the interceptor. Everyone working on our sites, including visiting workers, shall be CSCS or affiliated registered scheme. All plant operators shall be CPCS or affiliated scheme registered. Advantageous to be member of Constructing Better Health (CBH) scheme For anyone supervising the works one of the following qualification would be required. CITB Site Supervisor's Safety Training Scheme CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme IOSH Safety Supervisors qualification in Site Investigation (SI) is a suitable alternative to the management courses for non-notifiable Site Investigation works. For notifiable projects the CITB or IOSH management courses requirement will apply. Project delivery by: March 2018, Key Skills: Construction, Health & Safety and some MEICA elements. Please confirm whether or not you wish to be tender included in the list by 21st July 2017, by submitting your response, through Bravo, by the above deadline.

South East Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) Framework

Environment Agency | Published November 15, 2016
Winner
Integrated Water Services Ltd, ECS Engineering Services Limited, Amalgamated Construction Ltd
cpvs
71334000, 31000000, 44300000, 50530000, 51100000, 71320000

The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets.

This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) services including:

— Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM);

— Provision of a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and

— Project Works (PW).

South East Electrical Services Framework

Environment Agency | Published November 4, 2016
Winner
Amalgamated Construction Ltd
cpvs
71314100, 45310000, 50116100, 51110000

The Environment Agency has a duty under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 to ensure that all its assets are managed in accordance with the Regulations. Part of this duty can be discharged by complying with the current edition of the IET Regulations and associated Guidance Documents.

The South East Electrical Services Framework is intended to primarily cover:

— Requirements for the periodic inspection and testing of fixed electrical installations and completion of remedial works if required;

— Requirements for works on fixed installations including new electrical installations, refurbishments, alterations, additions and repairs; and

— Remedial works on sites identified by third-party periodic inspection and testing contractors.

Refuse and waste related services

Environment Agency | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
cpvs
90500000

The Environment Agency is committed to managing our environmental impacts including waste by reducing and managing them using the best practical environmental option. This framework will cover the collection, disposal and recycling of a variety of operations-derived waste streams generated by our sites, primarily across the south east of England. The geographical extent of the framework may be expanded at the Agency's discretion, subject to satisfactory performance of the Contractor.

The framework is intended to commence on 1.5.2017, until 30.4.2019, with options to extend until 30.4.2021.

The Agency has a sustainability plan for 2020 called E:mission. One of our goals is to re-use, recycle and recover more than 90 % of our waste, including office, operational and construction / project waste. This framework therefore has a requirement for zero waste to be sent to landfill where technically feasible.

This framework will cover the collection, disposal and recycling of a variety of operations-derived waste streams generated by our sites, primarily across the south east of England.

The following waste streams are likely to be covered by this framework:

— Scrap metal;

— Batteries (hazardous and non-hazardous, including heavy duty lead acid batteries);

— Hazardous waste (e.g. fluorescent tubes, oily waste);

— Waste oil;

— Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE);

— Wood — both non-hazardous and hazardous;

— Tree trunks (potentially contaminated);

— Green waste (potentially contaminated);

— General waste;

— Animal (e.g. dog) waste;

— Plastic;

— Tyres;

— Soil and clay;

— Silt and sediments from small works;

— Concrete and building materials;

— Shopping trolleys and beer kegs; and

— Animal carcasses.

South East Electrical Services Framework.

Environment Agency | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 5, 2016
cpvs
71314100, 45310000, 50116100, 51110000

The Environment Agency has a duty under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 to ensure that all its assets are managed in accordance with the Regulations. Part of this duty can be discharged by complying with the current edition of the IET Regulations and associated Guidance Documents.

The South East Electrical Services Framework is intended to primarily cover:

— requirements for the periodic inspection and testing of fixed electrical installations and completion of remedial works if required;

— requirements for works on fixed installations including new electrical installations, refurbishments, alterations, additions and repairs; and

— remedial works on sites identified by third-party periodic inspection and testing contractors.

A general (but not exhaustive) description of typical sites is summarised below:

— Lock sites with navigation locks, lock offices, mess rooms, and toilet/sanitary facilities; associated structures with sluice gates controlled by a motor and gear box and associated control devices;

— Flood defence structures with sluice gates controlled by a motor and gear box or hydraulically operated and associated control devices;

— Pumping stations comprising electrically driven, associated control panels, general purpose lighting and power;

— River gauging stations generally comprising small lighting and power together with frost protection heating;

— Small bore hole sites generally comprising a three phase pump and control equipment together with small lighting and power; and

— Other sites including offices, workshops and depots.

Main place of performance: Predominantly south east England, including but not limited to: Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, London and Greater London, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

South East Electrical Services Framework

Environment Agency | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline April 5, 2016
cpvs
12150000, 12160000, 27010000

The Environment Agency has a duty under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 to ensure that all its assets are managed in accordance with the Regulations. Part of this duty can be discharged by complying with the current edition of the IET Regulations and associated Guidance Documents. The South East Electrical Services Framework is intended to primarily cover:• requirements for the periodic inspection and testing of fixed electrical installations and completion of remedial works if required;• requirements for works on fixed installations including new electrical installations, refurbishments, alterations,additions and repairs; and• remedial works on sites identified by third-party periodic inspection and testing contractors.
A general (but not exhaustive) description of typical sites is summarised below:• Lock sites with navigation locks, lock offices, mess rooms, and toilet/sanitary facilities; associated structures with sluice gates controlled by a motor and gear box and associated control devices;• Flood defence structures with sluice gates controlled by a motor and gear box or hydraulically operated and associated control devices;• Pumping stations comprising electrically driven, associated control panels, general purpose lighting and power;• River gauging stations generally comprising small lighting and power together with frost protection heating;• Small bore hole sites generally comprising a three phase pump and control equipment together with small lighting and power; and• Other sites including offices, workshops and depots.Main place of performance: Predominantly south east England, including but not limited to: Berkshire,Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, London and Greater London, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. 

South East Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) Framework.

Environment Agency | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
cpvs
71334000, 31000000, 44300000, 50530000, 51100000, 71320000

The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets.

This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) services including:

— Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM);

— Provision of a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and

— Project Works (PW).

South East MEICA Framework

Environment Agency | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
cpvs
27000000

The Environment Agency works with people and communities across England to protect and improve the environment in an integrated way. We provide a vital incident response capability. As part of this role, the Agency needs to maintain its Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM), Navigation, and other sites and assets.

This requirement is for a framework to deliver Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation (MEICA) services including:

•      Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM);

•      Provision of a 24 hour 365 day Reactive Works (RW) service; and

•      Project Works (PW).

 

IT Application and Infrastructure Support.

Southern Water Services Limited | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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72000000, 72416000, 48614000, 72212600, 72212610, 72300000, 72310000, 72316000, 72317000, 72322000, 72330000, 72268000, 72267100, 72267000, 72266000, 72262000, 72260000, 72254000, 72230000

Southern Water has an ongoing need to deliver managed IT services and projects, for which existing contracts are expiring. A transformation of the IT environment is under way to bring significant improvements in value for money, service quality, reduced service cost and continuous improvement. SWS plan to establish a new supplier ecosystem by partnering with specialist managed service partners who have capability and expertise in the following fields: — Lot 1 — Infrastructure and Hosting Services; — Lot 2 — Networking, Communications and Telemetry (out of scope for this Contract Notice); — Lot 3 — End User Computing (out of scope for this Contract Notice); — Lot 4 — Applications Management and Business Services Integrator. SWS have an ongoing Procurement exercise for Lots 2 and 3. Therefore, the purpose of this Contract Notice is to publish our intention to invite responses that address Lots 1 and 4. SWS invite submissions either for Lot 1 and for Lot 4 separately and/or, in addition, invite submissions for the combined delivery of both Lot 1 and 4 as SWS would like to get synergistic propositions from the market for Lots 1 and 4. Southern Water Services, therefore reserves the right to award a single contract for the delivery of Lots 1 and 4. Over the course of market engagement the number and structure of lots may be rationalised to reflect market interest and the requirements of Southern Water Services Ltd

IT Application and Infrastructure Support.

Southern Water Services Limited | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 15, 2015
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72000000, 72317000, 72321000, 30200000, 50312610, 72212732, 72222300, 38221000, 48000000, 48100000, 30000000, 48200000, 48210000, 72268000, 72266000, 72261000, 72260000, 72254000, 72227000, 72500000, 72000000, 72100000, 72110000, 72120000, 72130000, 72140000, 72150000, 72300000, 72510000, 72800000, 72600000, 48800000, 48820000, 72415000, 30211000, 30211200, 72000000, 72416000, 48614000, 72212600, 72212610, 72300000, 72310000, 72316000, 72317000, 72322000, 72330000, 72000000, 72268000, 72267100, 72267000, 72266000, 72262000, 72260000, 72254000, 72230000

Southern Water has an ongoing need to deliver managed IT services and projects, for which existing contracts are expiring. A transformation of the IT environment is under way to bring significant improvements in value for money, service quality, reduced service cost and continuous improvement. SWS plan to establish a new supplier ecosystem by partnering with specialist managed service partners who have capability and expertise in the following fields: — Lot 1 — Infrastructure and Hosting Services; — Lot 2 — Networking, Communications and Telemetry (out of scope for this Contract Notice); — Lot 3 — End User Computing (out of scope for this Contract Notice); — Lot 4 — Applications Management and Business Services Integrator. SWS have an ongoing Procurement exercise for Lots 2 and 3. Therefore, the purpose of this Contract Notice is to publish our intention to invite responses that address Lots 1 and 4. SWS invite submissions either for Lot 1 and for Lot 4 separately and/or, in addition, invite submissions for the combined delivery of both Lot 1 and 4 as SWS would like to get synergistic propositions from the market for Lots 1 and 4. Southern Water Services, therefore reserves the right to award a single contract for the delivery of Lots 1 and 4. Over the course of market engagement the number and structure of lots may be rationalised to reflect market interest and the requirements of Southern Water Services Ltd

Information Technology Managed Services.

Southern Water Services Limited | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
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72000000, 32550000, 72310000, 72317000, 72321000, 64200000, 72700000, 72315000, 32441000, 30200000, 50312610, 72212732, 72222300, 38221000, 48000000, 48100000, 30000000, 48200000, 48210000, 72268000, 72266000, 72261000, 72260000, 72254000, 72227000, 72500000, 72000000, 72100000, 72110000, 72120000, 72130000, 72140000, 72150000, 72300000, 72510000, 72800000, 72600000, 48800000, 48820000, 72415000, 30211000, 30211200, 72315000, 32410000, 32412110, 32412120, 32413000, 32413100, 32415000, 32416000, 32416100, 32417000, 32418000, 32420000, 32421000, 32422000, 32423000, 32424000, 32425000, 32427000, 32428000, 32429000, 32430000, 32551400, 48210000, 48821000, 50312300, 50312310, 50312320, 50334110, 64213000, 64214000, 72212200, 72212210, 72315000, 72315100, 72315200, 72710000, 72720000, 72700000, 32250000, 32252100, 32252110, 64212000, 64212700, 92215000, 32332200, 32342100, 32543000, 32550000, 32551000, 32551100, 32551200, 32551300, 32552310, 32552330, 32552600, 45314100, 45314200, 64210000, 64211000, 72600000, 72510000, 72514000, 50300000, 30100000, 30120000, 30125110, 30122000, 30232100, 79811000, 79810000, 79800000, 50312600, 51610000, 72267200, 32250000, 32251000, 32252000, 32252100, 32550000, 72000000, 72100000, 72140000, 72000000, 72416000, 48614000, 72212600, 72212610, 72300000, 72310000, 72316000, 72317000, 72322000, 72330000, 72200000, 72000000, 72268000, 72267100, 72267000, 72266000, 72262000, 72260000, 72254000, 72230000

The current outsourced IT managed services contract is due to expire at the end of March 2016. A transformation of the IT environment is under way to bring significant improvements in value for money, service quality, reduced service cost and continuous improvement. SWS plan to establish a new supplier ecosystem by partnering with specialist managed service partners who have capability and expertise in the following fields: Lot 1 — Infrastructure and Hosting Services. Lot 2 — Network and Telecommunication Services. Lot 3 — End user Computing Services. Lot 4 — Applications Management and Business Services Integrator. At the time of issue we envisage four (4) lots as outlined, however over the course of market engagement the number and structure of lots may be rationalised to reflect market interest and the requirements of Southern Water Services Ltd.

Information Technology Managed Services.

Southern Water Services Limited | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
cpvs
72000000, 72416000, 48614000, 72212600, 72212610, 72300000, 72310000, 72316000, 72317000, 72322000, 72330000, 72200000, 72268000, 72267100, 72267000, 72266000, 72262000, 72260000, 72254000, 72230000

The current outsourced IT managed services contract is due to expire at the end of March 2016. A transformation of the IT environment is under way to bring significant improvements in value for money, service quality, reduced service cost and continuous improvement. SWS plan to establish a new supplier ecosystem by partnering with specialist managed service partners who have capability and expertise in the following fields: Lot 1 — Infrastructure and Hosting Services. Lot 2 — Network and Telecommunication Services. Lot 3 — End user Computing Services. Lot 4 — Applications Management and Business Services Integrator. At the time of issue we envisage four (4) lots as outlined, however over the course of market engagement the number and structure of lots may be rationalised to reflect market interest and the requirements of Southern Water Services Ltd.

Managed Data Centre Services Agreement.

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 23, 2015
Winner
Daisy Communications Limited4145329
cpvs
72300000

For technical reasons the contract can only be awarded to Daisy Communications Ltd. (‘Daisy’). The Trust has previously awarded a contract to Daisy to provide data centre and communication services and in particular to integrate these systems with those of the Trust and other of its IT and communication suppliers. The Trust's current environment has been optimised to deliver the best service to end users. It would represent a significant and disproportionate technical challenge for a new data centre supplier to replicate the bespoke configuration at this point in the Trust's IT change programme. The data centre services sit in the midst of the Trust's IT environment. The Trust is currently implementing a critical IT and communication transformation with other suppliers, in relation to which the stability and continuity of the data centre is a key dependency. If a contract were to be awarded to a third party, this would represent a major technical challenge that would directly create a material delay to the existing IT programmes whilst the new supplier developed the data centre services and optimised it for the Trust. The delay is likely to be significant as the Trust operates multiple systems, several bespoke, that all interact and in relation to which the clinical data systems cannot withstand any corruption or loss of clinical data.

Supply of Rock for the Southease Flood Alleviation Scheme (Tidal Ouse North of Newhaven to the A27)

Environment Agency | Published January 21, 2015  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
cpvs
05240000, 05250000

The Environment Agency requires natural stone aggregate for embankment repairs to the tidal River Ouse embankments in East Sussex between Newhaven and the A27 (near Lewes).

The specification requires the supply and delivery to site of an estimated 1,000 – 2,000 tonnes of aggregate annually. All aggregate supplied under the framework will be suitable for the intended purpose (as a tidal riverbank revetment or gabion stone) and meet the specification as detailed. The average annual quantity of aggregate is likely to be around 1,200 tonnes, however this figure could vary from year to year. Work is typically restricted to between April and September to coincide with the favourable ground conditions (although emergency repairs may be required outside of this period). The Environment Agency therefore cannot provide a guarantee on the level of business that will be placed under this framework.

The aggregate supplied for the framework will need to match with the existing natural stone aggregate already in place along the tidal River Ouse embankments which is Kentish Ragstone, a sandy limestone aggregate. All material supplied under the framework must be suitable for the intended purpose (as a tidal riverbank revetment or gabion stone). The material shall be hard quarried rock, extremely durable, frost proof and non-degradable and meet the specification in Table 1 below.

Aggregate size (mm) - 100 - 200

Colour - Medium Grey (on BRE Colour Chart)

Compressive Strength - Strong – Very Strong (50MPa-250MPa)

Durability - Resistance to weathering and low frost susceptibility

 

An Expression of Interest will only be considered to be valid if:

- it is submitted via the www.sell2ea.com portal before the submission deadline of 2pm Friday 30 January 2015,

- a sample of the proposed material is received by Friday 6 February 2015, together with supporting documented evidence of compliance with the above criteria, and

- the sample meets with the Environment Agency engineer’s approval.

 

Please note: This exercise shall be conducted using the Environment Agency’s eSourcing portal provided by Due North. Candidates shall only be considered by registering their expression of interest on our portal at www.sell2ea.co.uk . 

Click on the ‘Suppliers click here’ link and then Register Free on the portal. Login to the portal with the username/password then find this opportunity in the Search Latest Opportunities area and click on the relevant hyperlink relating to this contract. Those published in this area are opportunities open to any registered supplier. Once in the opportunity click the Register Interest button at the bottom of the page. This will then inform the buyer that you have registered an interest and you will receive confirmation of this via a system generated e-mail. Expressions of Interest sent directly to the contact person placing this notice will not be considered and shall not be responded to. You may contact this person for advice for information regarding the contracting opportunity but for all portal issues click on the Support area on the supplier registration page. 

 

Right to Cancel: The Environment Agency reserves the right to discontinue the procurement process at any time, which shall include the right not to award a framework or contract, and does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender, or any tender received, and reserves the right to award the framework or contract in part, or to call for new tenders should it consider this necessary. 

 

The Environment Agency shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any candidate or tenderer in connection with the completion and return of the information requested in this Contract Notice, or in the completion or submission of any tender.

 

National Framework for the supply and delivery of embankment cutters.

Environment Agency | Published November 29, 2014
Winner
Aebi UK LtdThe Cottage Fivefields LaneRetford DN22 7HQ
cpvs
16000000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for a number of embankment cutters for the continued operation of the business through management of vegetation in restricted areas and on narrow slopes bordering watercourses. The provision of a new national framework is necessary to provide a consistent standard of product, ensuring that the latest health, safety and environmental requirements are adhered to. Types of embankment cutter required comprise: ride on embankment cutters, remote controlled embankment cutters, and pedestrian embankment cutters.
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