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Manchester Airport Group | Published April 19, 2012
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Insulators - 220/275kV (Post). 1.6.7. Insulators - 400kV (OHL). 1.6.7. Insulators - 400kV (Post). 1.6.8. Electrical Insulators - Glass. 1.6.8. Insulators - 10/11kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 10/11kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 10/11kV (Stay). 1.6.8. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Stay). 1.6.8. Insulators - 33/38kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 33/38kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 33/38kV (Stay). 1.6.8. Insulators - 66kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 66kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 66kV (Stay). 1.6.8. Insulators - 110/132kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 110/132kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 110/132kV (Stay). 1.6.8. Insulators - 220/275kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 220/275kV (Post). 1.6.8. Insulators - 400kV (OHL). 1.6.8. Insulators - 400kV (Post). 1.6.9. Electrical Insulators - Polymeric. 1.6.9. Insulators - 10/11kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 10/11kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 10/11kV (Stay). 1.6.9. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Stay). 1.6.9. Insulators - 33/38kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 33/38kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 33/38kV (Stay). 1.6.9. Insulators - 66kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 66kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 66kV (Stay). 1.6.9. Insulators - 110/132kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 110/132kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 110/132kV (Stay). 1.6.9. Insulators - 220/275kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 220/275kV (Post). 1.6.9. Insulators - 400kV (OHL). 1.6.9. Insulators - 400kV (Post). 1.6.10. Overhead Line Towers. 1.6.10. OHL Tower - Lattice Steel Self-Supporting. 1.6.10. OHL Tower - Lattice Steel Guyed. 1.6.11. Overhead Line Accessories. 1.6.11. Rezaps. 1.6.11. Reclosures. 1.6.11. Spacers. 1.6.11. Dampers. 1.6.11. Bird Flight Diverters. 1.6.11. Spiral Vibration Dampers. 1.6.11. Aerial Cable Clamps & Hooks. 1.6.11. Assembly Clamps. 1.6.11. Ball Sockets. 1.6.11. Cattle Guards & Stayblocks. 1.6.11. Duplicate Strain & Suspension Arcing Horns. 1.6.11. Duplicate Strain & Suspension Arcing Rackets. 1.6.11. Flat Steel. 1.6.11. Galvanised Accessories for Bundled Conductor. 1.6.11. Galvanised Distribution Ironwork. 1.6.11. Insulator Pins. 1.6.11. Operating Rods and Heads. 1.6.11. Pole Top Shrouding. 1.6.11. Single Strain Fittings. 1.6.11. Single Suspension Fittings. 1.6.11. Steel 'D' Brackets and Flats. 1.6.11. Strain Yoke Assemblies. 1.6.11. Vibration Dampers - ACSR & Shieldware. 1.6.12. Overhead Line Steelwork. 1.6.12. Transmission Insulator Steelwork. 1.6.12. Pole Top Steelwork. 1.6.12. Transformer Platforms. 1.6.12. Pole Cross Bracing. 1.6.12. Stay Rods. 1.6.13. Overhead Line Poles. 1.6.13. Poles - Wood. 1.6.13. Poles - Composite. 1.6.13. Poles - Steel. 1.6.13. Poles - Concrete. 1.6.13. Wood Blocks. 1.6.13. Poles - Wood (Creosoted). 1.6.14. Stranded Wire Products. 1.6.14. Dropwire. 1.6.14. Dropwire Clamps. 1.6.14. Wire - Stay. 1.6.14. Wire - Binding. 1.6.14. Wire - Barbed. 1.6.14. Wire - Razor. 1.6.99. Other Overhead Line Equipment & Accessories. 1.7.0. Transformers, reactors & capacitors. 1.7.2. Transformers - Distribution Ground Mounted (2000kVA & Below). 1.7.2. Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed). 1.7.2. Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.2. Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.2. Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.2. Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.2. Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.2. Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated). 1.7.3. Transformers - Distribution Pole Mounted (315kVA & Below). 1.7.3. Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase. 1.7.3. Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase. 1.7.3. Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase. 1.7.3. Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase. 1.7.3. Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase. 1.7.3. Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase. 1.7.4. Transformers - Generator. 1.7.5. Transformer Ancillary Equipment. 1.7.5. Cable Boxes. 1.7.5. Neutral Earthing Resistors. 1.7.5. Resin Repair Kits. 1.7.5. Solid Insulation. 1.7.5. Transformer Fans. 1.7.5. Transformer Pumps. 1.7.5. Transformer Radiators. 1.7.20. Transformers - Current. 1.7.20. Transformers - 132kV (Metering). 1.7.20. Transformers - 132kV (Protection). 1.7.20. Transformers - 275kV (Metering). 1.7.20. Transformers - 275kV (Protection). 1.7.20. Transformers - 400kV (Metering). 1.7.20. Transformers - 400kV (Protection). 1.7.20. Transformers - 10kV (Metering). 1.7.20. Transformers - 20kV (Metering). 1.7.20. Transformers - 20kV (Indoor). 1.7.20. Transformers - 20kV (Outdoor). 1.7.20. Transformers - 38kV (Indoor). 1.7.20. Transformers - 38kV (Outdoor). 1.7.20. Transformers - LT Metering. 1.7.20. Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 110kV). 1.7.20. Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 20kV). 1.7.20. Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 38kV). 1.7.21. Transformers - Voltage. 1.7.21. Transformers - 132kV (Metering). 1.7.21. Transformers - 132kV (Protection). 1.7.21. Transformers - 275kV (Metering). 1.7.21. Transformers - 275kV (Protection). 1.7.21. Transformers - 400kV (Metering). 1.7.21. Transformers - 400kV (Protection). 1.7.21. Transformers - 10kV (Metering). 1.7.21. Transformers - 20kV (Metering). 1.7.21. Transformers - 20kV (Indoor). 1.7.21. Transformers - 20kV (Outdoor). 1.7.21. Transformers - 38kV (Indoor). 1.7.21. Transformers - 38kV (Outdoor). 1.7.21. Transformers - 110kV (Indoor). 1.7.21. Transformers - 110kV (Outdoor). 1.7.24. Substations - Unit/Composite. 1.7.24. Substation - Unit. 1.7.24. Substation - Pad-Mounted (Single Phase). 1.7.24. Offshore. 1.7.27. Transformers - Primary (Below 10MVA). 1.7.27. Transformers - 3MVA Interface (Power). 1.7.27. Transformers - 5MVA (Power). 1.7.27. Arc Suppression Coil - 38kV (Power). 1.7.28. Transformers - Primary (10MVA to 100MVA). 1.7.28. Transformers - 10MVA (Power). 1.7.28. Transformers - 110kV 20MVA. 1.7.28. Transformers - 110kV 31.5 MVA. 1.7.28. Transformers - 110kV 63MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - Grid (Above 100MVA). 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/132kV 180MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/132kV 240MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/33kV 180MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/33kV 240MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/66kV 120MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/66kV 240MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/132kV 240MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/132kV 500MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 1000MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 1100MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 750MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 220kV 125MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 220kV 250MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400kV 125MVA. 1.7.29. Transformers - 400kV 250MVA. 1.7.30. Tap Changing Equipment. 1.7.31. Transformer Bushings. 1.7.32. Quadrature Boosters. 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators. 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 10/11kV. 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 20/22/25kV. 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 33/38kV. 1.7.34. Reactors. 1.7.34. Reactors - 145kV. 1.7.34. Reactors - 72.5kV. 1.7.34. Reactors - Below 1kV. 1.7.34. Reactors - 11kV (Shunt). 1.7.34. Reactors - 11kV (Series). 1.7.34. Neutral Earthing Reactor. 1.7.35. Capacitors. 1.7.35. Capacitors 22kV. 1.7.35. Capacitors -Below 1kV. 1.7.35. Capacitors 11kV (Indoor). 1.7.35. Capacitors 36kV (Outdoor). 1.7.35. Capacitors Banks 11kV. 1.7.35. Capacitor Banks 132 kV. 1.7.99. Other Transformers. 1.7.99. Transformers - Instrument. 1.7.99. Transformers - Tool. 1.7.99. Transformers - Measuring. 1.7.99. Auxiliary Transformer. 1.7.99. Auto Transformer. 1.8.0. Electrical, control & instrumentation equipment. 1.8.5. Distribution Boards (1kV & Below). 1.8.6. Earthing Equipment. 1.8.6. Fixed Earthing Equipment. 1.8.6. Portable Earthing Equipment. 1.8.6. Anodes. 1.8.7. Electrical Motors. 1.8.7. Motors - DC. 1.8.7. Motor Spares - DC. 1.8.7. Motors - AC. 1.8.7. Motor Spares - AC. 1.8.10. Primary Cells, Batteries & Chargers. 1.8.10. Primary Cells. 1.8.10. Batteries - Non-rechargeable. 1.8.10. Batteries - Rechargeable. 1.8.10. Battery Chargers. 1.8.11. Portable Power Supplies/Mobile Generators (excl. Fixed Generators - use 1.11.06). 1.8.11. Generators - Mobile Diesel. 1.8.11. Generator - Spares. 1.8.11. Power Supplies - Instrument. 1.8.13. Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Equipment (excl. Power Station - use 1.11.18). 1.8.13. Central Heating Systems. 1.8.13. HVAC Equipment - Supply. 1.8.13. HVAC Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.8.13. Humidifiers. 1.8.14. Trace Heating Equipment. 1.8.15. Busbars & Support Structures. 1.8.15. Concentric Connectors & Cones. 1.8.15. Busbar Copper. 1.8.16. Motor Control Centres & Spares. 1.8.17. Electronic Cards & Systems. 1.8.17. Electronic Cards - Security. 1.8.17. Electronic Cards - Fuel. 1.8.18. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's). 1.8.19. Lighting & Accessories (excl. Street Lighting). 1.8.19. Bulbs & Tubes. 1.8.19. Lighting Fittings. 1.8.19. Energy Efficient Lightbulbs. 1.8.19. Torches & Battery Lamps. 1.8.20. Electrical/Electronic Components. 1.8.20. Bells & Buzzers. 1.8.20. Dials, Knobs & Pointers. 1.8.20. Semiconductors. 1.8.20. Switches & Switch Accessories. 1.8.20. Plugs, Sockets & Adaptors. 1.8.20. Rheostats. 1.8.20. Integrated Circuits. 1.8.20. Resistors - Fixed. 1.8.20. Resistors - Variable. 1.8.20. Indicators - Lamp & Display. 1.8.20. Photoelectric Switches. 1.8.20. Groundplugs. 1.8.21. Control & Instrumentation Systems & Spares (excl. Nuclear - use 1.22.12). 1.8.21. Control & Instrumentation Systems - Complete Units. 1.8.21. Actuators (Excl. Valve Actuators) - C&I. 1.8.21. Alarm System Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Amplifiers (Electronic) - C&I. 1.8.21. Analysers - C&I. 1.8.21. Annunciators - C&I. 1.8.21. Comparators - C&I. 1.8.21. CCTV Systems - C&I. 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Analogue (Pneumatic) - C&I. 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Analogue (Electrical) - C&I. 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Digital & Sequence - C&I. 1.8.21. Counters - C&I. 1.8.21. Detectors - C&I. 1.8.21. Displays - C&I. 1.8.21. Filters & Attenuators (Electrical/Electronic) - C&I. 1.8.21. Flow Primary Elements - C&I. 1.8.21. Feed Water Systems - C&I. 1.8.21. Gas Turbine Control Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Gauges - C&I. 1.8.21. Governor Control Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Heating & Ventilation Control Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Indicators (Analogue) - C&I. 1.8.21. Indicators (Digital) - C&I. 1.8.21. Integrators - C&I. 1.8.21. Interface Equipment Plant/Control - C&I. 1.8.21. Instrumentation Supply Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Manometers - C&I. 1.8.21. Meters - C&I. 1.8.21. Regulators (Electrical) - C&I. 1.8.21. Relays (Hydraulic & Pneumatic) - C&I. 1.8.21. Sampling Systems - C&I. 1.8.21. Signal Conditional Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Switches (Instrument) - C&I. 1.8.21. Timers - C&I. 1.8.21. Transducers - C&I. 1.8.21. Transmitters & Receivers - C&I. 1.8.21. Trip Units - C&I. 1.8.21. Turbine Supervisory & Generator Output Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Turbine Protection Equipment - C&I. 1.8.21. Alarm Annunciation Panels - C&I. 1.8.21. Thermocouples - C&I. 1.8.21. Electrofusion Control Leads. 1.8.21. Actuators - Power Station. 1.8.21. CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring System) - Power Station. 1.8.21. Chemical Analysers - Power Station. 1.8.21. Distributed Control System - Power Station. 1.8.21. ESD's (Emergency Shut Down Systems SIL3) - Power Station. 1.8.21. HMI's (Human Machine Interface Systems) - Power Station. 1.8.21. Instrumentation Equipment - Power Station. 1.8.21. PLC's (Programmable Logic Controllers) - Power Station. 1.8.21. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition - Power Station). 1.8.22. Control & Instrumentation Automation Hardware. 1.8.23. Optical Instruments. 1.8.24. Instrumentation & Associated Equipment (excl. Optical). 1.8.24. Global Positioning System (GPS) Equipment. 1.8.24. Spectrometers. 1.8.24. Rain Gauges. 1.8.24. Pressure Instruments - Submersible. 1.8.24. Water Quality Meters - Submersible. 1.8.24. Water Quality Meters - Non-submersible. 1.8.24. Gas Analysers. 1.8.24. Multi-spectral Imagers. 1.8.24. Flow Metering Systems. 1.8.24. Pressure Instruments - Non-submersible. 1.8.24. Temperature Instruments. 1.8.24. Instrumentation Calibration Equipment. 1.8.24. Data Loggers. 1.8.24. Chart Recorders. 1.8.24. Cable Pressurisation Meter. 1.8.24. Electroclocks. 1.8.24. Pressure Gauges, Indicators & Transmittors. 1.8.24. Instrument Valves. 1.8.24. Disturbance Recorders. 1.8.24. Event Recorders. 1.8.25. Photographic Equipment. 1.8.26. Detection/Monitoring Equipment (excl. Leak Detection - use 1.18.25). 1.8.26. Cable Locators. 1.8.26. Pipe Locators. 1.8.26. Hydro-Acoustic Equipment. 1.8.26. Monitoring Equipment. 1.8.26. Sampling Equipment. 1.8.26. Portable Gas Monitoring Equipment. 1.8.26. Portable Water Sampling Equipment. 1.8.26. Chromatographs. 1.8.26. Cable/Pipe Locator Spares. 1.8.26. Portable Gas Monitoring Equipment - Nox Emission. 1.8.27. Evaporators, Refrigerators & Cryogenerators (excl. Air Conditioning - use 1.08.13). 1.8.27. Evaporators - Live Steam. 1.8.27. Evaporators - Bled Steam. 1.8.27. Refrigeration Plant. 1.8.27. Refrigeration Units (Industrial). 1.8.27. Cryogenerators. 1.8.27. Heat Exchangers. 1.8.27. Cable Cooling Equipment. 1.8.27. Generator Air Coolers. 1.8.27. Turbine Lubricant Coolers. 1.8.27. Hydrogen Coolers. 1.8.28. Docking Guidance Systems. 1.8.29. Car Park Equipment & Systems. 1.8.29. Ticket Dispensers. 1.8.29. Ticket Accepters. 1.8.29. Car Park Barriers. 1.8.30. Airfield Lighting. 1.8.31. Ticket Vending Machines. 1.8.99. Other Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Equipment. 1.9.0. Electrical protection equipment. 1.9.2. Cut Outs. 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Domestic. 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Street Lighting. 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Pole Mounted. 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Heavy Duty. 1.9.2. Cut Outs - House Service. 1.9.5. Relays. 1.9.5. Relays - General. 1.9.5. Relays - Protective. 1.9.5. Relays - Electric. 1.9.9. Fuses - Below 1kV. 1.9.9. Fuses - Domestic. 1.9.10. Fuses - 1kV to 11kV. 1.9.10. Fuses - Pole Mounted Fuse Isolators. 1.9.10. Fuses - MV Cartridge Fuses. 1.9.11. Fuses - Above 11kV. 1.9.12. Surge Diverters/Arrestors. 1.9.13. Distribution Fuse Cabinets/Pillars. 1.9.13. Pillars - Mini. 1.9.13. Distribution Panels - DIN Standard LV. 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators. 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Pole Mounted. 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Overhead. 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Underground. 1.9.15. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems. 1.9.16. Lightning Protection Equipment. 1.9.16. Sectionaliser Links. 1.9.16. Smart Link. 1.9.17. Control & Protection Cabinets/Cabins for Substations (38kV & Above). 1.9.99. Other Electrical Protection Equipment. 1.10.0. Energy, water, fuels, oils & greases. 1.10.1. Electricity. 1.10.1. Electricity - Solar Energy. 1.10.1. Electricity - Wind Powered. 1.10.1. Electricity - Waste Generated. 1.10.1. Electricity - Hydro-Electric. 1.10.1. Electricity - Other Renewable Source. 1.10.1. Electricity - Non-renewable Source. 1.10.2. Natural Gas. 1.10.2. Liquid Petroleum Gas. 1.10.10. Solid Fuel. 1.10.10. Coal (Generation). 1.10.10. Coal (Non-generation). 1.10.11. Petrol. 1.10.11. Petrol - Unleaded. 1.10.11. Petrol - Low Sulphur Unleaded. 1.10.11. Petrol - Lead Replacement (LRP). 1.10.11. Petrol - Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1.10.11. Petrol - Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). 1.10.14. Insulating Oils. 1.10.15. Lubricating Oils. 1.10.15. Lubricating Oil - Turbine. 1.10.15. Lubricating Oil - Compressor Station. 1.10.16. Paraffin. 1.10.17. Heating Oils. 1.10.18. Fuel Oil. 1.10.18. Kerosene. 1.10.18. Heavy Oil. 1.10.18. Light Oil. 1.10.18. Road Diesel. 1.10.18. Low Sulphur Diesel. 1.10.18. Red Diesel. 1.10.18. Gas Oil. 1.10.19. Hydraulic Fluids. 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Synthetic. 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Mineral. 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Vegetable. 1.10.23. Degreasants & Solvents. 1.10.23. Degreasants. 1.10.23. Solvents. 1.10.23. Solvents - High Purity. 1.10.24. Greases. 1.10.24. Greases - Lubricating. 1.10.24. Greases - Special Purpose. 1.10.24. Greases - Compressor Station. 1.10.25. Biodegradable Oils. 1.10.26. Fuel Additives. 1.10.27. Mains Water (Potable). 1.10.28. Alternative/Emergency Water Supplies. 1.10.28. Emergency Water Supplies. 1.10.28. Bottled Water. 1.10.28. Static Water Tanks. 1.10.28. Water Tankering. 1.10.28. Rainwater harvesters. 1.10.99. Other Energy, Oils & Fuels. 1.10.99. Filming Oil. 1.10.99. Fogging Fluid. 1.11.0. Generation plant & equipment. 1.11.1. Industrial Hot Water Boilers (excl. Domestic Boilers - use 1.01.22). 1.11.2. Steam Boilers. 1.11.2. Boilers - Main Steam. 1.11.2. Boilers - Auxiliary. 1.11.2. Boilers - Heat Recovery. 1.11.2. Boilers (Steam) - Supply Only. 1.11.2. Boilers (Steam) - Supply & Install. 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment. 1.11.3. Air Heaters. 1.11.3. Boiler Circulation Pumps. 1.11.3. Boiler Downcomers. 1.11.3. Boiler Drum. 1.11.3. Boiler Flues & Ducts. 1.11.3. Boiler Headers. 1.11.3. Boiler Quarls. 1.11.3. Boiler Refractory Lining. 1.11.3. Boiler Reheaters. 1.11.3. Boiler Superheaters. 1.11.3. Boiler Tube. 1.11.3. Gas Burners - Low NOx. 1.11.3. Oil Burners. 1.11.3. Pulverised Fuel Burners. 1.11.3. Pulverised Fuel Pipework. 1.11.3. Tube Nests. 1.11.3. Boiler Desuperheaters (Attemperators). 1.11.3. Boiler Enclosures. 1.11.3. Boiler Fittings. 1.11.3. Ignition Equipment. 1.11.3. Sootblowers. 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment - Supply Only. 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.11.3. Baskets for Air Heaters - Power Station. 1.11.3. Economiser. 1.11.3. Evaporator. 1.11.4. Generators - Power Station. 1.11.4. Generators - AC. 1.11.4. Generators - DC. 1.11.4. Rectifiers - Static. 1.11.4. Convertors. 1.11.4. DC Link Equipment. 1.11.4. Exciters. 1.11.4. Rectifiers - Rotary. 1.11.4. Inverters. 1.11.4. Alternators. 1.11.4. Alternator/Turbo Rotating Spares. 1.11.4. Generators - Supply Only. 1.11.4. Generators - Supply & Install. 1.11.4. Fixed Generators. 1.11.6. Engines & Engine Spares (excl. Mobile Generators - use 1.08.11). 1.11.6. Diesel Engines - 500bhp & Below. 1.11.6. Diesel Engines - Above 500bhp. 1.11.6. Governors - Diesel Engine. 1.11.6. Diesel Engine Spares. 1.11.6. Engines - Supply Only. 1.11.6. Engines - Supply & Install. 1.11.6. Reciprocating Engines. 1.11.7. Cooling Systems & Spares. 1.11.7. Steam Condensers. 1.11.7. Cooling Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.7. Cooling Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems & Spares. 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.8. Flexible Iron Hoses and Decouplers. 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems & Spares. 1.11.9. Deaeration Equipment. 1.11.9. Boiler Feed Pumps. 1.11.9. Feed Water Heaters. 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.9. Feed Water System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.9. Feed Water System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.10. Turbines & Spares - Steam. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 20MW & Below. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 21MW to 54MW. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 55MW to 129MW. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 130MW to 400MW. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 401MW to 550MW. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Above 550MW. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Auxiliary (All Ratings). 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Spares. 1.11.10. Steam Chests. 1.11.10. CMV Pipework. 1.11.10. Fire Resistant Fluid. 1.11.10. Governors - Steam Turbine. 1.11.10. Overspeed Heads. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Supply Only. 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Supply & Install. 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Components Refurbishment. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares. 1.11.11. Stokers - Chain & Travelling Gate. 1.11.11. Stokers - Spreader. 1.11.11. Stokers - Retort. 1.11.11. Stokers - Other. 1.11.11. Grinding Balls. 1.11.11. Magnetic Separator. 1.11.11. Mill Grinding Media. 1.11.11. Mill Primary Air System. 1.11.11. Mill Spares. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Bunker. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Sizing & Crushing Plant. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Feeder. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Mixing/Blending Plant. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Sampling/Weighing/Weighing Equipment. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Screening Plant. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Drying & Conditioning Plant. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Stacking/Reclaiming System. 1.11.11. Boiler Plant Hoppers. 1.11.11. Tippers & Tipplers. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.11. Liquid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.11. Liquid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.11. Gas Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.11. Gas Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares. 1.11.12. Oil Handling Plant. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Tank. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Pumping/Heating/Transport System. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares - Flexible Iron Hoses and Decouplers. 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems & Spares. 1.11.13. Gas Compressor. 1.11.13. Gas Cooling System. 1.11.13. Gas Pressure Reducing System. 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems & Spares. 1.11.14. Ash & Dust Handling Systems. 1.11.14. Ash Crusher. 1.11.14. Ash Hopper. 1.11.14. Furnace Ash Removal/Deslagging System. 1.11.14. Ash Precipitator. 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems & Spares. 1.11.15. Flue Gas Air Preheater. 1.11.15. Forced Draught Fan. 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.15. Combustion Air System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.15. Combustion Air System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.15. Flue Gas Air Preheater. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems & Spares. 1.11.16. Electrostatic Dust Precipitator. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Desulphurisation Plant. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Ducting/Dampers. 1.11.16. Induced Draft Fan. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems - Supply Only. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems - Supply & Install. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust System Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust System Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.16. Flue Gas Air Preheater. 1.11.17. Turbines & Spares - Gas. 1.11.17. Gas Turbines. 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Spares - Supply Only. 1.11.17. Gas Turbines - Supply Only. 1.11.17. Gas Turbines - Supply & Install. 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Spares - Supply & Install. 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Components Refurbishment. 1.11.18. Power Station Heating & Ventilation Equipment. 1.11.18. HVAC (Power Station) - Supply Only. 1.11.18. HVAC (Power Station) - Supply & Install. 1.11.19. Wind Power Production Equipment. 1.11.19. Wind Turbines. 1.11.19. Windmill Blades & Accessories. 1.11.19. Windmill Brakes & Accessories. 1.11.19. Windmill Yaw Systems & Accessories. 1.11.19. Windmill Controllers & Accessories. 1.11.19. Windmill Towers & Accessories. 1.11.19. Windmill Power Production Equipment - Supply Only. 1.11.19. Windmill Power Production Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant. 1.11.20. Salient Pole Generator Motors. 1.11.20. Draft Tube Valves. 1.11.20. Pelton Turbines & Accessories. 1.11.20. Francis Turbines & Accessories. 1.11.20. Kaplan Turbines & Accessories. 1.11.20. Pump Turbines & Accessories. 1.11.20. Turbine Controllers & Accessories. 1.11.20. Governors - Water Turbine. 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant - Supply Only. 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant - Supply & Install. 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment. 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment - Supply Only. 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment. 1.11.22. Dust Abatement Equipment. 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment - Supply Only. 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.11.23. Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Plant. 1.11.23. CHP - Supply Only. 1.11.23. CHP - Supply & Install. 1.11.24. Solar Power Production Equipment. 1.11.24. Solar Panels. 1.11.24. Solar Cells. 1.11.24. Photovoltaic Equipment. 1.11.98. Other Boilers & Boiler Spares. 1.11.99. Other Generation Plant & Equipment. 1.13.0. Mechanical machinery, equipment & spares. 1.13.1. Bearings & Transmission Products. 1.13.1. Bearings - White Metal. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Radial Single Row. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Radial Double Row. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Angular Contact. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Duplex. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Single Thrust. 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Double Thrust. 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Cylindrical Single Row. 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Spherical. 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Needle. 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Split. 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Tapered. 1.13.1. Bearings - Phosphor Bronze. 1.13.1. Bearings - Journal & Thrust. 1.13.1. Bearings - Spherical Plain. 1.13.1. Shaft Couplings - Rigid. 1.13.1. Shaft Couplings - Flexible. 1.13.1. Gear Units - Worm (Single Reduction). 1.13.1. Gear Units - Worm (Double Reduction). 1.13.1. Gear Units - Helical. 1.13.1. Gear Units - Bevel, Straight & Spiral. 1.13.1. Gear Units - Spur. 1.13.1. Gear Unit Bed Plates. 1.13.1. Gear Unit Spares. 1.13.1. Industrial Gearboxes. 1.13.2. Mechanical Seals & Gaskets. 1.13.2. Seals - Mechanical. 1.13.2. Seals - Preformed. 1.13.2. Gaskets. 1.13.2. 'O' Rings. 1.13.3. Blowers, Exhausters & Fans. 1.13.3. Blowers - Reactor Gas Circulators. 1.13.3. Blowers - Transformer Cooling. 1.13.3. Blowers - Turbine Oil Air. 1.13.3. Blowers - Alternator Cooling. 1.13.3. Blowers - Other. 1.13.3. Exhausters - Pulverized Fuel. 1.13.3. Exhausters - Surface Cleaning Plant. 1.13.3. Exhausters - Other. 1.13.3. Fans - Force Draught. 1.13.3. Fans - Primary Air. 1.13.3. Fans - Secondary & Tertiary Air. 1.13.3. Fans - Recirculating. 1.13.3. Fans - Induced Draught. 1.13.3. Fans - Secondary Collector. 1.13.3. Fans - Sealing Air. 1.13.3. Fans - Other. 1.13.3. Fans - Ventilation & Cooling. 1.13.3. Injectors - Steam Operated. 1.13.3. Injectors - Air Operated. 1.13.3. Injectors - Liquid Operated. 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Steam Operated. 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Air Operated. 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Liquid Operated. 1.13.4. Conveyor Systems incl. Belts. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Fixed/Radial/Shuttle Belt. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Portable Belt. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Bucket. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Screw. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Luffing & Slewing. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Stocking & Reclaiming Machines. 1.13.4. Conveyors - Scraper. 1.13.4. Conveyor Belting - Conventional. 1.13.4. Conveyor Belting - Fire Resistant. 1.13.4. Baggage Conveyor Systems. 1.13.4. Belting Accessories & Pulleys. 1.13.5. Tanks & Covers (excl. Fuel - use 1.20.21). 1.13.5. Tanks - GRP. 1.13.5. Tanks - Glass Coated Steel. 1.13.5. Tanks - Stainless Steel. 1.13.5. Tanks - Sludge. 1.13.5. Tanks - Bulk Storage. 1.13.7. Filters (excl. Car Filters - use 1.20.15). 1.13.7. Intake Filters - Industrial Air. 1.13.7. Filters - Gas Module. 1.13.7. Filters - Gas (< 7 Bar). 1.13.7. Filters - Gas (> 7 Bar). 1.13.16. Compressed Air/Gas Systems (incl. Fixed Compressors & Vessels). 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Fixed Reciprocating. 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Fixed Rotary. 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Other. 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Portable. 1.13.16. Gas Compressors. 1.13.16. Pressure Vessels - Steel. 1.13.16. Bursting Discs (Pressure Vessels). 1.13.17. Fire Fighting Equipment. 1.13.17. Fixed Fire Systems. 1.13.17. Fire Extinguishers. 1.13.17. Fixed Fire Systems - IT/Electrical Equipment. 1.13.24. Oil & Gas Powered Motors. 1.13.24. Motors - Pneumatic. 1.13.35. Centrifuges. 1.13.35. Centrifuges - Separators. 1.13.35. Centrifuges - Purifiers. 1.13.36. Drive Belts, Chains & Couplings. 1.13.37. Cranes (Fixed Location). 1.13.37. Cranes - Gantry (Unpowered). 1.13.37. Cranes - Gantry (Electric Powered). 1.13.37. Cranes - Jib Type. 1.13.37. Cranes - Pillar. 1.13.37. Cranes - Other. 1.13.40. Rubber Hoses & Couplings. 1.13.40. Iron Hoses and Couplings. 1.13.41. Lifting Gear, Winches & Other Lifting Equipment. 1.13.41. Grabs, Buckets & Hooks. 1.13.41. Overhead Rail Conveyors & Transporters. 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Unpowered. 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Electric Powered. 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Pneumatic. 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Diesel Engine. 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Other. 1.13.41. Capstans. 1.13.42. Overhead Gantries & Walkways. 1.13.43. Gas & Air Treatment Plant. 1.13.43. Mechanical Dust Collectors. 1.13.43. Electrostatic Precipitators. 1.13.43. Gas Treatment Plant. 1.13.43. Driers & Breathers. 1.13.43. Gas Additive Injection Equipment. 1.13.43. Packaged Boiler Houses. 1.13.43. Scrubbers. 1.13.44. Lubrication Equipment. 1.13.45. Skid Units/Pressure Reduction Modules. 1.13.99. Other Mechanical Machinery, Equipment & Spares. 1.14.0. Pumps, accessories & spares. 1.14.1. Pumps - Centrifugal. 1.14.2. Pumps - Submersible. 1.14.2. Pumps - Dry Well. 1.14.2. Pumps - Cutter. 1.14.3. Pumps - Positive Displacement. 1.14.3. Pumps - Piston. 1.14.3. Pumps - Diaphragm. 1.14.3. Pumps - Gear Pump. 1.14.3. Pumps - Sludge. 1.14.5. Pumps - Split Case. 1.14.6. Pumps - Double Disk. 1.14.9. Pumps - Washwater Pump Sets. 1.14.10. Pumps - Metering & Dosing. 1.14.11. Pumps - Borehole. 1.14.12. Pumps - Macerator. 1.14.13. Pumps - Peristaltic. 1.14.14. Pumps - Portable. 1.14.15. Pumps - Hydraulic. 1.14.16. Pumps - Screw. 1.14.17. Pumps - Axial. 1.14.18. Pumps - Vacuum. 1.14.19. Pumps - Progressing Cavity. 1.14.99. Other Pumps, Accessories & Spares. 1.14.99. Impellors. 1.16.0. Meters & associated equipment. 1.16.1. Water Meters (Encoded). 1.16.2. Water Meters (Non-Encoded). 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Credit. 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Domestic. 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Commercial. 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Single Phase. 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Three Phase. 1.16.3. Smart Meter. 1.16.4. Electricity Meters - Prepayment. 1.16.5. Electricity Meters - Programmable. 1.16.6. Electrical Metering Control Devices. 1.16.6. Time Switches. 1.16.6. Teleswitches. 1.16.6. Telemeters. 1.16.7. Meter Accessories & Spares. 1.16.7. Security Vridges, Collars & Blocks. 1.16.7. Meter Jewels & Pivots. 1.16.7. Meter Shear & Terminal Screws. 1.16.7. Meter Bearings. 1.16.7. Meter Termination Units - HV. 1.16.7. Meter Termination Units - LV. 1.16.7. Meter Bridges. 1.16.7. Meter Boards. 1.16.7. Meter Security Label. 1.16.7. Meter Auto Read Unit. 1.16.7. Meter Battery Packs - Prepayment. 1.16.7. Meter Security Washers. 1.16.7. Meter Testing Equipment - In Service. 1.16.7. Meter Door Key - Moulded. 1.16.7. Meter Installation Straps. 1.16.7. Meter Brackets. 1.16.7. Meter Brassware. 1.16.7. Meter Temperature/Pressure Correctors. 1.16.7. Meter Batteries - Lithium. 1.16.7. Meter Shear Head Bolts. 1.16.7. Meter Connectors - Semi Rigid. 1.16.7. Meter Installation Kits - Gas. 1.16.7. Meter Tube & Orifice Plates. 1.16.8. Meter Tokens & Cards. 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Meter Token. 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Prepayment. 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Meter Resetting. 1.16.12. Electrical Meters - Power Station/Grid. 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Credit. 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Domestic. 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Industrial/Commercial LP. 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Industrial/Commercial MP. 1.16.14. Gas Meters - Prepayment. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Electronic. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - RPD. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Turbine. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Ultrasonic. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Vortex. 1.16.15. Gas Meters - RPD Prefabricated Module. 1.16.16. Governors, Regulators & Associated Equipment. 1.16.16. Regulators - LP (Domestic). 1.16.16. Regulators - Gas. 1.16.16. Regulators - LP (Non-Domestic). 1.16.16. Regulators - MP/LP. 1.16.18. Prewired Meter Cabinets. 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets & Housings. 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets - Plastic. 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets - GRP (Free Standing). 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets - GRP (Wall Mounted). 1.16.19. Governor Housings. 1.16.19. Meter Boundary Box. 1.16.19. Meter Box Repair Kits. 1.16.19. Meter Cabinet Doors. 1.16.19. Meter Cabinet - Steel (Free Standing). 1.16.99. Other Meters & Associated Equipment. 1.17.0. Office/depot materials & equipment. 1.17.1. Office Equipment (excl. Printers - use 1.23.04). 1.17.1. Photocopiers - B&W. 1.17.1. Photocopiers - Colour. 1.17.1. Fax Machines. 1.17.2. Office Furniture. 1.17.3. Office Stationery. 1.17.3. Plastic Pouches/Envelopes. 1.17.4. Office Furnishings & Fittings (excl. Furniture - use 1.17.02). 1.17.5. Audio & Visual Equipment & Accessories. 1.17.5. Video Conferencing. 1.17.5. Projector Screens. 1.17.5. Projectors - Overhead. 1.17.5. Projectors - Multimedia. 1.17.5. Audio & Visual Equipment. 1.17.5. Audio & Visual Accessories. 1.17.7. Drawing Office Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.7. Drawing Office Equipment. 1.17.7. Drawing Office Stationery. 1.17.9. Paper & Card. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 100 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 90 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 80 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 70 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 60 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 50 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 40 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 30 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 20 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 10 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Paper - Cut Sheet. 1.17.9. Paper - Copier. 1.17.9. Paper - Reel. 1.17.9. Paper - Continuous/Pack-to-Pack. 1.17.9. Paper - Laser Paper. 1.17.9. Paper - Inkjet Paper. 1.17.9. Card. 1.17.13. Pre-Printed Stationery/Supplies. 1.17.13. Diaries. 1.17.13. Envelopes. 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Billing. 1.17.13. Forms. 1.17.13. Business Cards. 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Other. 1.17.13. Bag Labels. 1.17.13. Board Labels. 1.17.13. Durable weather-resistant labels. 1.17.13. Self Adhesive Labels (with Bar-Coding). 1.17.13. Self Adhesive Labels (without Bar-Coding). 1.17.16. Publications (Off-The-Shelf). 1.17.16. Periodicals. 1.17.16. Books. 1.17.16. Manuals. 1.17.16. Newspapers. 1.17.17. Paper Maps. 1.17.18. Janitorial Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.18. Soaps & Detergents. 1.17.18. Toilet/Bathroom Tissue. 1.17.18. Refuse Sacks. 1.17.18. Hand Care Products. 1.17.21. Printing & Photographic Chemicals & Materials. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.17.22. Watercoolers. 1.17.23. Catering Supplies. 1.17.23. Catering Supplies - Disposable. 1.17.24. Storage/Warehouse Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply Only. 1.17.24. Shelving. 1.17.24. Pallets. 1.17.24. Archiving Equipment. 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply & Install. 1.17.25. Packaging Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Plastic. 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Paper. 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - Tape. 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - String. 1.17.25. Roll-On/Roll-Off Cages. 1.17.25. Letter Sorting Frames. 1.17.25. Mail Bags. 1.17.25. Cartons & Boxes. 1.17.25. Mail Delivery Satchel. 1.17.26. Security Printing. 1.17.26. Cheques. 1.17.26. Stamps. 1.17.26. Postal Orders. 1.17.26. Security Printing - Billing. 1.17.26. Self Adhesive Postal Stamps. 1.17.27. Pre-Printed Plastic Cards. 1.17.27. Personalised Plastic Cards. 1.17.80. Recycling Supplies. 1.17.80. Plastic Strapping. 1.17.80. Polyester Strapping. 1.17.80. Recycling Bags. 1.17.80. Frames for Recycling Bags. 1.17.80. Recycling Boxes. 1.17.80. Recycling Bins. 1.17.80. Recycling Containers. 1.17.80. Steel Strapping. 1.17.81. Recycling Equipment. 1.17.81. Waste Paper Balers. 1.17.81. Cardboard Balers. 1.17.81. Plastics Balers. 1.17.81. Polysterene Balers. 1.17.81. Can Crusher. 1.17.81. Shears. 1.17.81. Briquettes. 1.17.81. Shredders. 1.17.81. Cranes. 1.17.81. Conveyors. 1.17.81. Conveyors. 1.17.81. Scrap handler screens. 1.17.81. Planers. 1.17.81. Washing plant. 1.17.81. Mobile bulk handling equipment. 1.17.81. Standby Buster. 1.17.99. Other Office Materials & Supplies. 1.17.99. Wallets - Leather. 1.18.0. Pipes & accessories. 1.18.1. Pipes & Fittings - Fibre Cement. 1.18.1. Pipes - Fibre Cement. 1.18.1. Pipe Fittings - Fibre Cement. 1.18.2. Pipes & Fittings - Concrete. 1.18.2. Pipes - Concrete. 1.18.2. Pipe Fittings - Concrete. 1.18.3. Pipes & Fittings - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipes - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron End Caps. 1.18.4. Pipes & Fittings - Copper. 1.18.4. Pipes - Copper. 1.18.4. Pipe Fittings - Copper. 1.18.5. Pipes & Fittings - Clay. 1.18.5. Pipes - Clay. 1.18.5. Pipe Fittings - Clay. 1.18.6. Pipes & Fittings - High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). 1.18.6. Pipes - HDPE. 1.18.6. Pipe Fittings - HDPE. 1.18.7. Pipes & Fittings - Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE). 1.18.7. Pipes - MDPE. 1.18.7. Pipe Fittings - MDPE. 1.18.8. Pipes & Fittings - MOPVC. 1.18.8. Pipes - MOPVC. 1.18.8. Pipe Fittings - MOPVC. 1.18.9. Pipes & Fittings - PVC. 1.18.9. Pipes - PVC. 1.18.9. Pipe Fittings - PVC. 1.18.10. Pipes & Fittings - Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Mild Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Mild Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Carbon Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Alloy Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Alloy Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Blind Sealing Plugs. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings & Flanges - Carbon Steel (Gas <7 bar). 1.18.10. pipe fittings - non-tap plugs. steel (gas <7 carbon induction bends. welded branch. pipes spiral wound. pups. flanges> 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Bends > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Tees > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel End Caps > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Insulation Joints > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Plug Valves > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Forged Reducers > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Fabricated Reducers > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Stopple Equipment > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Studbolts > 7 Bar. 1.18.11. Pipe Fittings - Clamps & Collars. 1.18.12. Pipe Fittings - Couplings & Flanged Adapters. 1.18.12. Mechanical Mains Connectors. 1.18.13. Pipe Fittings - Electrofusion Fittings. 1.18.14. Pipe Fittings - Gunmetal. 1.18.15. Pipe Fittings - Plastic. 1.18.15. Gas Mains-to-Meter Fittings. 1.18.16. Pipes & Fittings - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipes - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Compression Fittings. 1.18.17. Ducting. 1.18.17. Flexible Hoses. 1.18.18. Water Flange Joint Sets. 1.18.19. Pipe Accessories, Consumables & Associated Supplies. 1.18.19. Heat Shrink Sleeves. 1.18.19. Anti-Shear Sleeves. 1.18.19. Pipe Wraps. 1.18.19. Sleeve Bends. 1.18.19. Pipe Silencers - In Line. 1.18.19. Pipe Centralisers. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Ductile Iron/Steel. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - GRP. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Plastic. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Concrete. 1.18.25. Leak Detection, Control & Repair Equipment/Materials. 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - Internal. 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - External. 1.18.25. Leak Detection Fluid. 1.18.25. Monoethylene Glycol (MEG). 1.18.25. Leakage Repair Sealants. 1.18.25. Leak Repair Fittings. 1.18.25. Encapsulation Kit. 1.18.25. Foam-off Kits. 1.18.25. Live Insertion Equipment. 1.18.25. Dead Insertion Equipment. 1.18.26. Pipes & Fittings - GRP. 1.18.26. Pipes - GRP. 1.18.26. Pipe Fittings - GRP. 1.18.26. Service Riser Covers - GRP. 1.18.27. Standpipes. 1.18.99. Other Pipes. 1.18.99. Hanging and Insertion of Pipes, Compensation Elements. 1.19.0. Valves, actuators & spares. 1.19.1. Valves - Air. 1.19.2. Valves - Gate/Sluice/Knife. 1.19.2. Valves - Wedge Gate. 1.19.2. Valves - Gate. 1.19.2. Valves - Sluice. 1.19.2. Valves - Knife. 1.19.2. Mechanical Mains Valves & Fittings. 1.19.3. Valves - Hydrants. 1.19.4. Valves - Non-Return/Reflux/Check. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return. 1.19.4. Valves - Reflux. 1.19.4. Valves - Check. 1.19.4. Valves - Recoil. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Slam. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas < 7 Bar). 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas > 7 Bar). 1.19.5. Valves - Penstock. 1.19.7. Valves - Needle/Globe. 1.19.7. Valves - Needle. 1.19.7. Valves - Globe. 1.19.8. Valves - Flap. 1.19.9. Valves - Butterfly. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas < 7 Bar). 1.19.10. Service Isolation Valves. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas > 7 Bar). 1.19.11. Valves - Diaphragm. 1.19.12. Valves - Pressure Control. 1.19.12. Valves - Excess Flow. 1.19.12. Valves - Reducing. 1.19.12. Valves - Sustaining. 1.19.12. Valves - Governor Safety Vent. 1.19.15. Valves - Solenoid. 1.19.16. Valves - Safety. 1.19.16. Valves - Safety Pressure Relief. 1.19.17. Actuators. 1.19.17. Actuators - Electronic. 1.19.17. Actuators - Gas. 1.19.17. Actuators - Hydraulic. 1.19.18. Valves - Float Operated. 1.19.19. Valves - Plug. 1.19.99. Other Valves, Actuators & Spares. 1.19.99. Valves - Traps & Eliminators. 1.19.99. Valve Alarms (High/Low Water). 1.19.99. Valves - Silencers. 1.19.99. Valves - Double Disc. 1.19.99. Valves - Parallel Slide. 1.19.99. Valve Cabinets. 1.20.0. Transport & mobile plant. 1.20.1. Passenger Cars. 1.20.2. Vans - Car-derived. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles - Four Wheel Drive. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (2 - 3.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (3.5 - 7.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (Above 7.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Coaches. 1.20.3. Electric Vehicles. 1.20.6. Specialist Vehicles, Tankers, Bodies & Trailers. 1.20.6. Vehicles - All Terrain. 1.20.6. Trailers. 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Powered). 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Non-powered). 1.20.6. Vehicles - Overhead Line Maintenance. 1.20.6. Bodywork / Cabs. 1.20.6. De-icing Equipment. 1.20.6. Vehicles - Fire. 1.20.6. Trucks - High Lift. 1.20.6. Mobile Substation Trailers. 1.20.6. Snow Clearing Equipment. 1.20.6. Tractors. 1.20.6. Trucks - Vacuum. 1.20.6. Ambulances. 1.20.6. Trucks - Refuse. 1.20.7. Tyres & Tubes. 1.20.7. Tyres - Low Rolling Resistance. 1.20.7. Tyres - Passenger Loading Bridge. 1.20.8. Cable/Pipe Laying Plant. 1.20.9. Mobile Plant (excl. Mechanical Handling Plant - use 1.20.13). 1.20.9. Excavators - Mini. 1.20.9. Excavators. 1.20.9. Bulldozers. 1.20.9. Scrapers. 1.20.9. Tractors. 1.20.10. Trenchless Equipment. 1.20.10. Moling Equipment. 1.20.10. Moling Equipment Spares. 1.20.11. Access Platforms & Equipment. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Hydraulic. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Pneumatic. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Electrically Insulated. 1.20.12. Horticultural Equipment. 1.20.12. Grass Cutting Equipment. 1.20.12. Mowers - Hand. 1.20.12. Strimmers. 1.20.12. Mowers - Flail. 1.20.13. Cranes (Mobile) & Mechanical Handling Plant/Equipment. 1.20.13. Cranes - Marine. 1.20.13. Trucks - Forklift. 1.20.13. Cranes - Mobile. 1.20.13. Trucks - Hand. 1.20.13. Cranes - Lorry. 1.20.13. Trucks - Pallet. 1.20.13. Trolleys. 1.20.14. Garage Equipment. 1.20.14. Hydraulic Ramps. 1.20.14. Hydraulic Lifts. 1.20.14. Spraying Equipment. 1.20.14. Jacks & Hoists. 1.20.14. Pneumatic Equipment. 1.20.14. Manual Ramps & Lifts. 1.20.15. Vehicle/Mobile Plant Parts & Accessories. 1.20.15. Car Filters. 1.20.15. Anti-freeze. 1.20.15. Exhausts - Vehicle/Mobile Plant. 1.20.15. Batteries - Vehicle/Mobile Plant. 1.20.15. Brake Assemblies & Clutches. 1.20.16. Boats & Marine Vessels. 1.20.16. Boats. 1.20.16. Coastal Survey Vessels. 1.20.16. Multi Purpose Vessels/Workboats. 1.20.16. Tugs. 1.20.16. Pilot Launches. 1.20.17. Bicycles & Spares. 1.20.18. Railway Equipment. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Telescopic. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Non-Telescopic. 1.20.20. Baggage Trolleys. 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery, Storage and Dispensing Equipment. 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery and Dispensing Equipment. 1.20.21. Fuel Storage Tanks and Equipment. 1.20.98. Other Transport. 1.20.99. Other Mobile Plant. 1.20.99. Mobile Compressors. 1.21.0. Tools & specialist equipment. 1.21.1. Tools & Equipment - Cable Joiners. 1.21.1. Compression Tools. 1.21.1. Cable Joiners - Dies. 1.21.2. Tools & Equipment - Overhead Line. 1.21.2. Climbing Equipment & Accessories. 1.21.3. Insulated Tools. 1.21.4. Hand Tools (Non-Powered). 1.21.4. Wrenches. 1.21.4. Pliers. 1.21.4. Knives. 1.21.4. Cutters/Croppers. 1.21.4. Hacksaw & Blades. 1.21.4. Spanners. 1.21.4. Hammers. 1.21.4. Screwdrivers. 1.21.5. Tools & Equipment - Drilling. 1.21.5. Borehole Casings. 1.21.6. Power Tools (incl. Pneumatic/Hydraulic). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Electric (Mains). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Electric (Rechargeable Battery). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Pneumatic. 1.21.6. Power Tools - Hydraulic. 1.21.8. Test & Inspection Equipment. 1.21.8. Multimeters. 1.21.8. Impact Soil Testers. 1.21.8. Valve Test and Setting Equipment. 1.21.9. Workshop Machinery & Equipment. 1.21.9. Milling & Hole Cutters. 1.21.9. Broaches & Chasers. 1.21.9. Brushing & Grinding Wheels. 1.21.9. Lathe, Planer & Shaper Tools. 1.21.9. Arbors, Chucks & Collets. 1.21.9. Taps & Dies. 1.21.9. Gauges. 1.21.9. Anvils, Chisels & Punches. 1.21.9. Measuring Tools. 1.21.9. Files, Rasps & Scrapers. 1.21.10. Industrial Cleaning Equipment. 1.21.10. Vacuum Cleaners. 1.21.11. Workshop Cleaning Consumables. 1.21.11. Cloths & Rags. 1.21.11. Absorbents. 1.21.11. Wipes. 1.21.13. Abrasive Products. 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment (incl. Consumables). 1.21.14. Welding Electrodes. 1.21.14. Brazing/Welding Filler Rods & Wire. 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment. 1.21.14. Fluxes. 1.21.14. Electrofusion Control Boxes. 1.21.14. Butt Fusion Machines. 1.21.14. Electrofusion Tooling. 1.21.15. Tools & Equipment - Pipeline. 1.21.15. Pig Traps & Closures. 1.21.15. Pipe Fitting Tools. 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Mechanical Components. 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Polyurethane Products. 1.21.15. Bag Stops - Iris. 1.21.15. Bag Stops - E4. 1.21.15. Line Stop Equipment. 1.21.15. Searcher Bars. 1.21.15. Damping Elements/Compensator. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment. 1.21.16. Weighbridges. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Baggage. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Post Office. 1.21.17. Laboratory Equipment. 1.21.17. Cod Tubes. 1.21.17. PET Tubes. 1.21.17. Sampling Equipment - Stainless Steel. 1.21.17. Laboratory Glassware. 1.21.17. Laboratory Apparatus. 1.21.17. Laboratory Consumables. 1.21.18. Pollution Control Equipment. 1.21.18. Booms - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Buoys - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Dispersant - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Absorbents - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Suction Equipment. 1.21.18. Filtering Equipment. 1.21.18. Interceptors - Pollution Control. 1.21.19. Ladders. 1.21.19. Ladders - Insulated. 1.21.19. Ladders - Step. 1.21.20. Port/Marine Tools & Equipment. 1.21.20. Buoys. 1.21.20. Navigation Aids. 1.21.20. Marine Ramps. 1.21.20. Marine Fenders. 1.21.20. Life Rafts. 1.21.20. Life Jackets. 1.21.20. Buoyancy Aids. 1.21.20. Catenary Safety Buoys. 1.21.99. Other Tools & Specialist Equipment. 1.21.99. Automatic Barriers. 1.22.0. Nuclear & reactor plant & equipment. 1.22.1. Nuclear Gas Reactor & Core. 1.22.2. Nuclear Fuel Assembly. 1.22.3. Nuclear Gas Baffle. 1.22.4. Nuclear Gas Diagrid & Support Skirt. 1.22.5. Nuclear Shielding. 1.22.6. Nuclear Pressure Vessel & Liner. 1.22.7. Nuclear Gas Circulators. 1.22.8. Nuclear Control Rod & Assembly. 1.22.8. Control Rod Drive & Monitoring Equipment. 1.22.9. Nuclear Reactor Pumps. 1.22.9. PWR Reactor Coolant Pumps. 1.22.10. Nuclear Fuel Route Equipment. 1.22.11. Nuclear In-Service Inspection Equipment. 1.22.11. Lower Boiler Annulus Manipulator. 1.22.11. Hoist Unit. 1.22.11. Sub-Diagrid Manipulator. 1.22.11. Channel Bore Measurement Unit. 1.22.11. Interstitial Manipulator. 1.22.12. Nuclear Island Control & Instrumentation Systems & Spares. 1.22.12. Health Physics Instruments. 1.22.12. Active Maintenance Equipment. 1.22.12. Irradiated Fuel Handling Equipment. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Neutron Flux. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - In-Core Flux. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Core Exit Temperature. 1.22.13. Nuclear Reactor Protection Systems & Spares. 1.22.13. Reactor Protection Plant Instrumentation. 1.22.13. High Integrity Reactor Protection Software. 1.22.13. Reactor Trip Switchgear. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling & Reprocessing Equipment. 1.22.14. Caesium Removal System. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Reprocessing Equipment. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling Equipment. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Containers. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Treatment Processing Plant. 1.22.15. Nuclear Primary Circuit Pipework, Vales & Penetrations. 1.22.16. Nuclear Sampling Systems. 1.22.17. Nuclear Cooling Water & Heat Removal Systems. 1.22.18. Nuclear Containment & Ventilation Systems. 1.22.19. Dosimetry Equipment & Control Systems. 1.22.20. Nuclear Fire Barrier & Containment Penetrations. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage Racks & Equipment. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Wet Fuel. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Dry Fuel. 1.22.22. Nuclear Robotics/Remote Operations Equipment. 1.22.23. Nuclear Fuel. 1.22.24. PWR Pressure Vessel & Internals. 1.22.25. PWR Pressuriser & Pressure Control Systems. 1.22.26. PWR Steam Generator Plant. 1.22.27. PWR Chemical & Volume Control/Reactor Make-up Systems. 1.22.28. PWR Emergency Boration & Charging Systems. 1.22.99. Other Nuclear & Reactor Plant & Equipment. 1.22.99. Resin Regeneration Unit. 1.23.0. COMPUTER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES. 1.23.1. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Workstations/Servers. 1.23.1. Midrange Servers. 1.23.1. Desktop PC's. 1.23.1. PC Servers. 1.23.1. Network Servers. 1.23.1. Internet Servers. 1.23.1. Apple Mac Computers. 1.23.1. UNIX Servers. 1.23.1. PC Power Supplies. 1.23.1. Memory Boards. 1.23.1. Computer Processors. 1.23.1. Tape/Disk Drives. 1.23.2. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Portable. 1.23.2. Laptop/Notebook PCs. 1.23.2. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). 1.23.2. Handheld Terminals. 1.23.3. Computer Hardware - Mainframes. 1.23.3. Computer CPUs. 1.23.3. Computer Storage. 1.23.3. Mainframe Equipment. 1.23.4. Computer Peripherals. 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (B&W). 1.23.4. Computer Keyboards. 1.23.4. Computer Mice. 1.23.4. Computer Monitors (Flatscreen). 1.23.4. Computer Monitors (CRT). 1.23.4. Computer Scanners. 1.23.4. Digital Cameras. 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (Colour). 1.23.4. Printers - Inkjet. 1.23.4. Plotte+E2014rs. 1.23.4. Computer Connection Leads. 1.23.5. Network Equipment & Accessories. 1.23.5. Network Routers. 1.23.5. Modems. 1.23.5. Network Hubs. 1.23.5. Network Cables. 1.23.5. Network Cards. 1.23.6. Software Development Tools. 1.23.6. Databases. 1.23.6.

UVDB (Utlities Vendor Database).

Achilles Information Ltd | Published January 18, 2012
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Helical Fittings 1.6.5. Preformed Wraps 1.6.5. Helical Conductor Fittings 1.6.5. Helical Wraps & Ties 1.6.6. Insulator Fittings 1.6.6. Insulating Piercing Connectors 1.6.6. Clamps - OHL 1.6.7. Electrical Insulators - Porcelain 1.6.7. Insulators - 10/11kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 10/11kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 10/11kV (Stay) 1.6.7 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Stay) 1.6.7 Insulators - 33/38kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 33/38kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 33/38kV (Stay) 1.6.7 Insulators - 66kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 66kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 66kV (Stay) 1.6.7 Insulators - 110/132kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 110/132kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 110/132kV (Stay) 1.6.7 Insulators - 220/275kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 220/275kV (Post) 1.6.7 Insulators - 400kV (OHL) 1.6.7 Insulators - 400kV (Post) 1.6.8 Electrical Insulators - Glass 1.6.8. Insulators - 10/11kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 10/11kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 10/11kV (Stay) 1.6.8 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Stay) 1.6.8 Insulators - 33/38kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 33/38kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 33/38kV (Stay) 1.6.8 Insulators - 66kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 66kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 66kV (Stay) 1.6.8 Insulators - 110/132kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 110/132kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 110/132kV (Stay) 1.6.8 Insulators - 220/275kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 220/275kV (Post) 1.6.8 Insulators - 400kV (OHL) 1.6.8 Insulators - 400kV (Post) 1.6.9 Electrical Insulators - Polymeric 1.6.9. Insulators - 10/11kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 10/11kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 10/11kV (Stay) 1.6.9 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 20/22/25kV (Stay) 1.6.9 Insulators - 33/38kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 33/38kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 33/38kV (Stay) 1.6.9 Insulators - 66kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 66kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 66kV (Stay) 1.6.9 Insulators - 110/132kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 110/132kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 110/132kV (Stay) 1.6.9 Insulators - 220/275kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 220/275kV (Post) 1.6.9 Insulators - 400kV (OHL) 1.6.9 Insulators - 400kV (Post) 1.6.10 Overhead Line Towers 1.6.10. OHL Tower - Lattice Steel Self-Supporting 1.6.10. OHL Tower - Lattice Steel Guyed 1.6.11. Overhead Line Accessories 1.6.11. Rezaps 1.6.11. Reclosures 1.6.11. Spacers 1.6.11. Dampers 1.6.11. Bird Flight Diverters 1.6.11. Spiral Vibration Dampers 1.6.11. Aerial Cable Clamps & Hooks 1.6.11. Assembly Clamps 1.6.11. Ball Sockets 1.6.11. Cattle Guards & Stayblocks 1.6.11. Duplicate Strain & Suspension Arcing Horns 1.6.11. Duplicate Strain & Suspension Arcing Rackets 1.6.11. Flat Steel 1.6.11. Galvanised Accessories for Bundled Conductor 1.6.11. Galvanised Distribution Ironwork 1.6.11. Insulator Pins 1.6.11. Operating Rods and Heads 1.6.11. Pole Top Shrouding 1.6.11. Single Strain Fittings 1.6.11. Single Suspension Fittings 1.6.11. Steel 'D' Brackets and Flats 1.6.11. Strain Yoke Assemblies 1.6.11. Vibration Dampers - ACSR & Shieldware 1.6.12. Overhead Line Steelwork 1.6.12. Transmission Insulator Steelwork 1.6.12. Pole Top Steelwork 1.6.12. Transformer Platforms 1.6.12. Pole Cross Bracing 1.6.12. Stay Rods 1.6.13. Overhead Line Poles 1.6.13. Poles - Wood 1.6.13. Poles - Composite 1.6.13. Poles - Steel 1.6.13. Poles - Concrete 1.6.13. Wood Blocks 1.6.13. Poles - Wood (Creosoted) 1.6.14 Stranded Wire Products 1.6.14. Dropwire 1.6.14. Dropwire Clamps 1.6.14. Wire - Stay 1.6.14. Wire - Binding 1.6.14. Wire - Barbed 1.6.14. Wire - Razor 1.6.99. Other Overhead Line Equipment & Accessories 1.7.0. TRANSFORMERS, REACTORS & CAPACITORS 1.7.2. Transformers - Distribution Ground Mounted (2000kVA & Below) 1.7.2 Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase (Oil Immersed) 1.7.2 Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.2 Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.2 Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.2 Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.2 Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.2 Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase (Air Insulated) 1.7.3 Transformers - Distribution Pole Mounted (315kVA & Below) 1.7.3 Transformers - 11kV - Single Phase 1.7.3. Transformers - 11kV - Three Phase 1.7.3. Transformers - 20kV - Single Phase 1.7.3. Transformers - 20kV - Three Phase 1.7.3. Transformers - 33kV - Single Phase 1.7.3. Transformers - 33kV - Three Phase 1.7.4. Transformers - Generator 1.7.5. Transformer Ancillary Equipment 1.7.5. Cable Boxes 1.7.5. Neutral Earthing Resistors 1.7.5. Resin Repair Kits 1.7.5. Solid Insulation 1.7.5. Transformer Fans 1.7.5. Transformer Pumps 1.7.5. Transformer Radiators 1.7.20. Transformers - Current 1.7.20. Transformers - 132kV (Metering) 1.7.20 Transformers - 132kV (Protection) 1.7.20 Transformers - 275kV (Metering) 1.7.20 Transformers - 275kV (Protection) 1.7.20 Transformers - 400kV (Metering) 1.7.20 Transformers - 400kV (Protection) 1.7.20 Transformers - 10kV (Metering) 1.7.20 Transformers - 20kV (Metering) 1.7.20 Transformers - 20kV (Indoor) 1.7.20 Transformers - 20kV (Outdoor) 1.7.20 Transformers - 38kV (Indoor) 1.7.20 Transformers - 38kV (Outdoor) 1.7.20 Transformers - LT Metering 1.7.20. Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 110kV) 1.7.20 Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 20kV) 1.7.20 Transformers - Current/Voltage Transformers (Combined 38kV) 1.7.21 Transformers - Voltage 1.7.21. Transformers - 132kV (Metering) 1.7.21 Transformers - 132kV (Protection) 1.7.21. Transformers - 275kV (Metering) 1.7.21 Transformers - 275kV (Protection) 1.7.21 Transformers - 400kV (Metering) 1.7.21 Transformers - 400kV (Protection) 1.7.21 Transformers - 10kV (Metering) 1.7.21 Transformers - 20kV (Metering) 1.7.21 Transformers - 20kV (Indoor) 1.7.21 Transformers - 20kV (Outdoor) 1.7.21 Transformers - 38kV (Indoor) 1.7.21 Transformers - 38kV (Outdoor) 1.7.21 Transformers - 110kV (Indoor) 1.7.21. Transformers - 110kV (Outdoor) 1.7.24 Substations - Unit/Composite 1.7.24. Substation - Unit 1.7.24. Substation - Pad-Mounted (Single Phase) 1.7.24 Offshore 1.7.27. Transformers - Primary (Below 10MVA) 1.7.27 Transformers - 3MVA Interface (Power) 1.7.27 Transformers - 5MVA (Power) 1.7.27 Arc Suppression Coil - 38kV (Power) 1.7.28 Transformers - Primary (10MVA to 100MVA) 1.7.28 Transformers - 10MVA (Power) 1.7.28 Transformers - 110kV 20MVA 1.7.28. Transformers - 110kV 31.5 MVA 1.7.28. Transformers - 110kV 63MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - Grid (Above 100MVA) 1.7.29 Transformers - 275/132kV 180MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/132kV 240MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/33kV 180MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/33kV 240MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/66kV 120MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 275/66kV 240MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/132kV 240MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/132kV 500MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 1000MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 1100MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400/275kV 750MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 220kV 125MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 220kV 250MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400kV 125MVA 1.7.29. Transformers - 400kV 250MVA 1.7.30. Tap Changing Equipment 1.7.31. Transformer Bushings 1.7.32. Quadrature Boosters 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 10/11kV 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 20/22/25kV 1.7.33. Voltage Regulators - 33/38kV 1.7.34. Reactors 1.7.34. Reactors - 145kV 1.7.34. Reactors - 72.5kV 1.7.34. Reactors - Below 1kV 1.7.34. Reactors - 11kV (Shunt) 1.7.34 Reactors - 11kV (Series) 1.7.34 Neutral Earthing Reactor 1.7.35. Capacitors 1.7.35. Capacitors 22kV 1.7.35. Capacitors -Below 1kV 1.7.35. Capacitors 11kV (Indoor) 1.7.35 Capacitors 36kV (Outdoor) 1.7.35 Capacitors Banks 11kV 1.7.35. Capacitor Banks 132 kV 1.7.99. Other Transformers 1.7.99. Transformers - Instrument 1.7.99. Transformers - Tool 1.7.99. Transformers - Measuring 1.7.99. Auxiliary Transformer 1.7.99. Auto Transformer 1.8.0. ELECTRICAL, CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION EQUIPMENT 1.8.5. Distribution Boards (1kV & Below) 1.8.6 Earthing Equipment 1.8.6. Fixed Earthing Equipment 1.8.6. Portable Earthing Equipment 1.8.6. Anodes 1.8.7. Electrical Motors 1.8.7. Motors - DC 1.8.7. Motor Spares - DC 1.8.7. Motors - AC 1.8.7. Motor Spares - AC 1.8.10. Primary Cells, Batteries & Chargers 1.8.10. Primary Cells 1.8.10. Batteries - Non-rechargeable 1.8.10. Batteries - Rechargeable 1.8.10. Battery Chargers 1.8.11. Portable Power Supplies/Mobile Generators (excl. Fixed Generators - use 1.11.06) 1.8.11 Generators - Mobile Diesel 1.8.11. Generator - Spares 1.8.11. Power Supplies - Instrument 1.8.13. Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Equipment (excl. Power Station - use 1.11.18) 1.8.13 Central Heating Systems 1.8.13. HVAC Equipment - Supply 1.8.13. HVAC Equipment - Supply & Install 1.8.13. Humidifiers 1.8.14. Trace Heating Equipment 1.8.15. Busbars & Support Structures 1.8.15. Concentric Connectors & Cones 1.8.15. Busbar Copper 1.8.16. Motor Control Centres & Spares 1.8.17. Electronic Cards & Systems 1.8.17. Electronic Cards - Security 1.8.17. Electronic Cards - Fuel 1.8.18. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's) 1.8.19 Lighting & Accessories (excl. Street Lighting) 1.8.19 Bulbs & Tubes 1.8.19. Lighting Fittings 1.8.19. Energy Efficient Lightbulbs 1.8.19. Torches & Battery Lamps 1.8.20. Electrical/Electronic Components 1.8.20. Bells & Buzzers 1.8.20. Dials, Knobs & Pointers 1.8.20. Semiconductors 1.8.20. Switches & Switch Accessories 1.8.20. Plugs, Sockets & Adaptors 1.8.20. Rheostats 1.8.20. Integrated Circuits 1.8.20. Resistors - Fixed 1.8.20. Resistors - Variable 1.8.20. Indicators - Lamp & Display 1.8.20. Photoelectric Switches 1.8.20. Groundplugs 1.8.21. Control & Instrumentation Systems & Spares (excl. Nuclear - use 1.22.12) 1.8.21 Control & Instrumentation Systems - Complete Units 1.8.21. Actuators (Excl. Valve Actuators) - C&I 1.8.21. Alarm System Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Amplifiers (Electronic) - C&I 1.8.21. Analysers - C&I 1.8.21. Annunciators - C&I 1.8.21. Comparators - C&I 1.8.21. CCTV Systems - C&I 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Analogue (Pneumatic) - C&I 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Analogue (Electrical) - C&I 1.8.21. Control Equipment - Digital & Sequence - C&I 1.8.21. Counters - C&I 1.8.21. Detectors - C&I 1.8.21. Displays - C&I 1.8.21. Filters & Attenuators (Electrical/Electronic) - C&I 1.8.21. Flow Primary Elements - C&I 1.8.21. Feed Water Systems - C&I 1.8.21. Gas Turbine Control Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Gauges - C&I 1.8.21. Governor Control Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Heating & Ventilation Control Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Indicators (Analogue) - C&I 1.8.21. Indicators (Digital) - C&I 1.8.21. Integrators - C&I 1.8.21. Interface Equipment Plant/Control - C&I 1.8.21. Instrumentation Supply Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Manometers - C&I 1.8.21. Meters - C&I 1.8.21. Regulators (Electrical) - C&I 1.8.21. Relays (Hydraulic & Pneumatic) - C&I 1.8.21. Sampling Systems - C&I 1.8.21. Signal Conditional Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Switches (Instrument) - C&I 1.8.21. Timers - C&I 1.8.21. Transducers - C&I 1.8.21. Transmitters & Receivers - C&I 1.8.21. Trip Units - C&I 1.8.21. Turbine Supervisory & Generator Output Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Turbine Protection Equipment - C&I 1.8.21. Alarm Annunciation Panels - C&I 1.8.21. Thermocouples - C&I 1.8.21. Electrofusion Control Leads 1.8.21. Actuators - Power Station 1.8.21. CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring System) - Power Station 1.8.21. Chemical Analysers - Power Station 1.8.21. Distributed Control System - Power Station 1.8.21. ESD's (Emergency Shut Down Systems SIL3) - Power Station 1.8.21. HMI's (Human Machine Interface Systems) - Power Station 1.8.21. Instrumentation Equipment - Power Station 1.8.21. PLC's (Programmable Logic Controllers) - Power Station 1.8.21. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition - Power Station) 1.8.22 Control & Instrumentation Automation Hardware 1.8.23. Optical Instruments 1.8.24. Instrumentation & Associated Equipment (excl. Optical) 1.8.24 Global Positioning System (GPS) Equipment 1.8.24. Spectrometers 1.8.24. Rain Gauges 1.8.24. Pressure Instruments - Submersible 1.8.24. Water Quality Meters - Submersible 1.8.24. Water Quality Meters - Non-submersible 1.8.24. Gas Analysers 1.8.24. Multi-spectral Imagers 1.8.24. Flow Metering Systems 1.8.24. Pressure Instruments - Non-submersible 1.8.24. Temperature Instruments 1.8.24. Instrumentation Calibration Equipment 1.8.24. Data Loggers 1.8.24. Chart Recorders 1.8.24. Cable Pressurisation Meter 1.8.24. Electroclocks 1.8.24. Pressure Gauges, Indicators & Transmittors 1.8.24. Instrument Valves 1.8.24. Disturbance Recorders 1.8.24. Event Recorders 1.8.25. Photographic Equipment 1.8.26. Detection/Monitoring Equipment (excl. Leak Detection - use 1.18.25) 1.8.26 Cable Locators 1.8.26. Pipe Locators 1.8.26. Hydro-Acoustic Equipment 1.8.26. Monitoring Equipment 1.8.26. Sampling Equipment 1.8.26. Portable Gas Monitoring Equipment 1.8.26. Portable Water Sampling Equipment 1.8.26. Chromatographs 1.8.26. Cable/Pipe Locator Spares 1.8.26. Portable Gas Monitoring Equipment - Nox Emission 1.8.27. Evaporators, Refrigerators & Cryogenerators (excl. Air Conditioning - use 1.08.13) 1.8.27 Evaporators - Live Steam 1.8.27. Evaporators - Bled Steam 1.8.27. Refrigeration Plant 1.8.27. Refrigeration Units (Industrial) 1.8.27 Cryogenerators 1.8.27. Heat Exchangers 1.8.27. Cable Cooling Equipment 1.8.27. Generator Air Coolers 1.8.27. Turbine Lubricant Coolers 1.8.27. Hydrogen Coolers 1.8.28. Docking Guidance Systems 1.8.29. Car Park Equipment & Systems 1.8.29. Ticket Dispensers 1.8.29. Ticket Accepters 1.8.29. Car Park Barriers 1.8.30. Airfield Lighting 1.8.31. Ticket Vending Machines 1.8.99. Other Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Equipment 1.9.0. ELECTRICAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT 1.9.2. Cut Outs 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Domestic 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Street Lighting 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Pole Mounted 1.9.2. Cut Outs - Heavy Duty 1.9.2. Cut Outs - House Service 1.9.5. Relays 1.9.5. Relays - General 1.9.5. Relays - Protective 1.9.5. Relays - Electric 1.9.9. Fuses - Below 1kV 1.9.9. Fuses - Domestic 1.9.10. Fuses - 1kV to 11kV 1.9.10. Fuses - Pole Mounted Fuse Isolators 1.9.10. Fuses - MV Cartridge Fuses 1.9.11. Fuses - Above 11kV 1.9.12. Surge Diverters/Arrestors 1.9.13. Distribution Fuse Cabinets/Pillars 1.9.13. Pillars - Mini 1.9.13. Distribution Panels - DIN Standard LV 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Pole Mounted 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Overhead 1.9.14. Fault Passage Indicators - Underground 1.9.15. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems 1.9.16. Lightning Protection Equipment 1.9.16. Sectionaliser Links 1.9.16. Smart Link 1.9.17. Control & Protection Cabinets/Cabins for Substations (38kV & Above) 1.9.99 Other Electrical Protection Equipment 1.10.0. ENERGY, WATER, FUELS, OILS & GREASES 1.10.1. Electricity 1.10.1. Electricity - Solar Energy 1.10.1. Electricity - Wind Powered 1.10.1. Electricity - Waste Generated 1.10.1. Electricity - Hydro-Electric 1.10.1. Electricity - Other Renewable Source 1.10.1. Electricity - Non-renewable Source 1.10.2. Natural Gas 1.10.2. Liquid Petroleum Gas 1.10.10. Solid Fuel 1.10.10. Coal (Generation) 1.10.10 Coal (Non-generation) 1.10.11 Petrol 1.10.11. Petrol - Unleaded 1.10.11. Petrol - Low Sulphur Unleaded 1.10.11. Petrol - Lead Replacement (LRP) 1.10.11 Petrol - Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) 1.10.11 Petrol - Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 1.10.14 Insulating Oils 1.10.15. Lubricating Oils 1.10.15. Lubricating Oil - Turbine 1.10.15. Lubricating Oil - Compressor Station 1.10.16. Paraffin 1.10.17. Heating Oils 1.10.18. Fuel Oil 1.10.18. Kerosene 1.10.18. Heavy Oil 1.10.18. Light Oil 1.10.18. Road Diesel 1.10.18. Low Sulphur Diesel 1.10.18. Red Diesel 1.10.18. Gas Oil 1.10.19. Hydraulic Fluids 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Synthetic 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Mineral 1.10.19. Hydraulic - Vegetable 1.10.23. Degreasants & Solvents 1.10.23. Degreasants 1.10.23. Solvents 1.10.23. Solvents - High Purity 1.10.24. Greases 1.10.24. Greases - Lubricating 1.10.24. Greases - Special Purpose 1.10.24. Greases - Compressor Station 1.10.25. Biodegradable Oils 1.10.26. Fuel Additives 1.10.27. Mains Water (Potable) 1.10.28 Alternative/Emergency Water Supplies 1.10.28. Emergency Water Supplies 1.10.28. Bottled Water 1.10.28. Static Water Tanks 1.10.28. Water Tankering 1.10.28. Rainwater harvesters 1.10.99. Other Energy, Oils & Fuels 1.10.99. Filming Oil 1.10.99. Fogging Fluid 1.11.0. GENERATION PLANT & EQUIPMENT 1.11.1. Industrial Hot Water Boilers (excl. Domestic Boilers - use 1.01.22) 1.11.2 Steam Boilers 1.11.2. Boilers - Main Steam 1.11.2. Boilers - Auxiliary 1.11.2. Boilers - Heat Recovery 1.11.2. Boilers (Steam) - Supply Only 1.11.2. Boilers (Steam) - Supply & Install 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment 1.11.3. Air Heaters 1.11.3. Boiler Circulation Pumps 1.11.3. Boiler Downcomers 1.11.3. Boiler Drum 1.11.3. Boiler Flues & Ducts 1.11.3. Boiler Headers 1.11.3. Boiler Quarls 1.11.3. Boiler Refractory Lining 1.11.3. Boiler Reheaters 1.11.3. Boiler Superheaters 1.11.3. Boiler Tube 1.11.3. Gas Burners - Low NOx 1.11.3. Oil Burners 1.11.3. Pulverised Fuel Burners 1.11.3. Pulverised Fuel Pipework 1.11.3. Tube Nests 1.11.3. Boiler Desuperheaters (Attemperators) 1.11.3 Boiler Enclosures 1.11.3. Boiler Fittings 1.11.3. Ignition Equipment 1.11.3. Sootblowers 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment - Supply Only 1.11.3. Boiler Ancillary Equipment - Supply & Install 1.11.3. Baskets for Air Heaters - Power Station 1.11.3. Economiser 1.11.3. Evaporator 1.11.4. Generators - Power Station 1.11.4. Generators - AC 1.11.4. Generators - DC 1.11.4. Rectifiers - Static 1.11.4. Convertors 1.11.4. DC Link Equipment 1.11.4. Exciters 1.11.4. Rectifiers - Rotary 1.11.4. Inverters 1.11.4. Alternators 1.11.4. Alternator/Turbo Rotating Spares 1.11.4. Generators - Supply Only 1.11.4. Generators - Supply & Install 1.11.4. Fixed Generators 1.11.6. Engines & Engine Spares (excl. Mobile Generators - use 1.08.11) 1.11.6 Diesel Engines - 500bhp & Below 1.11.6. Diesel Engines - Above 500bhp 1.11.6. Governors - Diesel Engine 1.11.6. Diesel Engine Spares 1.11.6. Engines - Supply Only 1.11.6. Engines - Supply & Install 1.11.6. Reciprocating Engines 1.11.7. Cooling Systems & Spares 1.11.7. Steam Condensers 1.11.7. Cooling Systems - Supply Only 1.11.7. Cooling Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems & Spares 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems - Supply Only 1.11.8. Fuel & Oil Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.8. Flexible Iron Hoses and Decouplers 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems & Spares 1.11.9. Deaeration Equipment 1.11.9. Boiler Feed Pumps 1.11.9. Feed Water Heaters 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems - Supply Only 1.11.9. Feed Water Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.9. Feed Water System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.9. Feed Water System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.10. Turbines & Spares - Steam 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 20MW & Below 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 21MW to 54MW 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 55MW to 129MW 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 130MW to 400MW 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - 401MW to 550MW 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Above 550MW 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Auxiliary (All Ratings) 1.11.10 Steam Turbine Spares 1.11.10. Steam Chests 1.11.10. CMV Pipework 1.11.10. Fire Resistant Fluid 1.11.10. Governors - Steam Turbine 1.11.10. Overspeed Heads 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Supply Only 1.11.10. Steam Turbines - Supply & Install 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Spares - Supply Only 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.10. Steam Turbine Components Refurbishment 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares 1.11.11. Stokers - Chain & Travelling Gate 1.11.11. Stokers - Spreader 1.11.11. Stokers - Retort 1.11.11. Stokers - Other 1.11.11. Grinding Balls 1.11.11. Magnetic Separator 1.11.11. Mill Grinding Media 1.11.11. Mill Primary Air System 1.11.11. Mill Spares 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Bunker 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Sizing & Crushing Plant 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Feeder 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Mixing/Blending Plant 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Sampling/Weighing/Weighing Equipment 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Screening Plant 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Drying & Conditioning Plant 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Stacking/Reclaiming System 1.11.11. Boiler Plant Hoppers 1.11.11. Tippers & Tipplers 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.11. Solid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.11. Liquid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.11. Liquid Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.11. Gas Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.11. Gas Fuel Supply System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares 1.11.12. Oil Handling Plant 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Tank 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Pumping/Heating/Transport System 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.12. Liquid Fuel Supply Systems & Spares - Flexible Iron Hoses and Decouplers 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems & Spares 1.11.13. Gas Compressor 1.11.13. Gas Cooling System 1.11.13. Gas Pressure Reducing System 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems - Supply Only 1.11.13. Gas Fuel Supply Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems & Spares 1.11.14. Ash & Dust Handling Systems 1.11.14. Ash Crusher 1.11.14. Ash Hopper 1.11.14. Furnace Ash Removal/Deslagging System 1.11.14. Ash Precipitator 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems - Supply Only 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.14. Ash/Residue Disposal System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems & Spares 1.11.15. Flue Gas Air Preheater 1.11.15. Forced Draught Fan 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems - Supply Only 1.11.15. Combustion Air Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.15. Combustion Air System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.15. Combustion Air System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.15. Flue Gas Air Preheater 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems & Spares 1.11.16. Electrostatic Dust Precipitator 1.11.16. Flue Gas Desulphurisation Plant 1.11.16. Flue Gas Ducting/Dampers 1.11.16. Induced Draft Fan 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems - Supply Only 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust Systems - Supply & Install 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust System Spares - Supply Only 1.11.16. Flue Gas Exhaust System Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.16. Flue Gas Air Preheater 1.11.17. Turbines & Spares - Gas 1.11.17. Gas Turbines 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Spares - Supply Only 1.11.17. Gas Turbines - Supply Only 1.11.17. Gas Turbines - Supply & Install 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Spares - Supply & Install 1.11.17. Gas Turbine Components Refurbishment 1.11.18. Power Station Heating & Ventilation Equipment 1.11.18. HVAC (Power Station) - Supply Only 1.11.18. HVAC (Power Station) - Supply & Install 1.11.19. Wind Power Production Equipment 1.11.19. Wind Turbines 1.11.19. Windmill Blades & Accessories 1.11.19. Windmill Brakes & Accessories 1.11.19. Windmill Yaw Systems & Accessories 1.11.19. Windmill Controllers & Accessories 1.11.19. Windmill Towers & Accessories 1.11.19. Windmill Power Production Equipment - Supply Only 1.11.19. Windmill Power Production Equipment - Supply & Install 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant 1.11.20. Salient Pole Generator Motors 1.11.20. Draft Tube Valves 1.11.20. Pelton Turbines & Accessories 1.11.20. Francis Turbines & Accessories 1.11.20. Kaplan Turbines & Accessories 1.11.20. Pump Turbines & Accessories 1.11.20. Turbine Controllers & Accessories 1.11.20. Governors - Water Turbine 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant - Supply Only 1.11.20. Hydro-Electric Power Production Plant - Supply & Install 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment - Supply Only 1.11.21. Bio Energy Production Equipment - Supply & Install 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment 1.11.22. Dust Abatement Equipment 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment - Supply Only 1.11.22. Wave Motion Power Production Equipment - Supply & Install 1.11.23. Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Plant 1.11.23. CHP - Supply Only 1.11.23. CHP - Supply & Install 1.11.24. Solar Power Production Equipment 1.11.24. Solar Panels 1.11.24. Solar Cells 1.11.24. Photovoltaic Equipment 1.11.98. Other Boilers & Boiler Spares 1.11.99. Other Generation Plant & Equipment 1.13.0. MECHANICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT & SPARES 1.13.1. Bearings & Transmission Products 1.13.1. Bearings - White Metal 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Radial Single Row 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Radial Double Row 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Angular Contact 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Duplex 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Single Thrust 1.13.1. Ball Bearings - Double Thrust 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Cylindrical Single Row 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Spherical 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Needle 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Split 1.13.1. Roller Bearings - Tapered 1.13.1. Bearings - Phosphor Bronze 1.13.1. Bearings - Journal & Thrust 1.13.1. Bearings - Spherical Plain 1.13.1. Shaft Couplings - Rigid 1.13.1. Shaft Couplings - Flexible 1.13.1. Gear Units - Worm (Single Reduction) 1.13.1 Gear Units - Worm (Double Reduction) 1.13.1 Gear Units - Helical 1.13.1. Gear Units - Bevel, Straight & Spiral 1.13.1. Gear Units - Spur 1.13.1. Gear Unit Bed Plates 1.13.1. Gear Unit Spares 1.13.1. Industrial Gearboxes 1.13.2. Mechanical Seals & Gaskets 1.13.2. Seals - Mechanical 1.13.2. Seals - Preformed 1.13.2. Gaskets 1.13.2. 'O' Rings 1.13.3. Blowers, Exhausters & Fans 1.13.3. Blowers - Reactor Gas Circulators 1.13.3. Blowers - Transformer Cooling 1.13.3. Blowers - Turbine Oil Air 1.13.3. Blowers - Alternator Cooling 1.13.3. Blowers - Other 1.13.3. Exhausters - Pulverized Fuel 1.13.3. Exhausters - Surface Cleaning Plant 1.13.3. Exhausters - Other 1.13.3. Fans - Force Draught 1.13.3. Fans - Primary Air 1.13.3. Fans - Secondary & Tertiary Air 1.13.3. Fans - Recirculating 1.13.3. Fans - Induced Draught 1.13.3. Fans - Secondary Collector 1.13.3. Fans - Sealing Air 1.13.3. Fans - Other 1.13.3. Fans - Ventilation & Cooling 1.13.3. Injectors - Steam Operated 1.13.3. Injectors - Air Operated 1.13.3. Injectors - Liquid Operated 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Steam Operated 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Air Operated 1.13.3. Ejectors/Eductors - Liquid Operated 1.13.4. Conveyor Systems incl. Belts 1.13.4. Conveyors - Fixed/Radial/Shuttle Belt 1.13.4. Conveyors - Portable Belt 1.13.4. Conveyors - Bucket 1.13.4. Conveyors - Screw 1.13.4. Conveyors - Luffing & Slewing 1.13.4. Conveyors - Stocking & Reclaiming Machines 1.13.4. Conveyors - Scraper 1.13.4. Conveyor Belting - Conventional 1.13.4. Conveyor Belting - Fire Resistant 1.13.4. Baggage Conveyor Systems 1.13.4. Belting Accessories & Pulleys 1.13.5. Tanks & Covers (excl. Fuel - use 1.20.21) 1.13.5 Tanks - GRP 1.13.5. Tanks - Glass Coated Steel 1.13.5. Tanks - Stainless Steel 1.13.5. Tanks - Sludge 1.13.5. Tanks - Bulk Storage 1.13.7. Filters (excl. Car Filters - use 1.20.15) 1.13.7 Intake Filters - Industrial Air 1.13.7. Filters - Gas Module 1.13.7. Filters - Gas (< 7 Bar) 1.13.7 Filters - Gas (> 7 Bar) 1.13.16 Compressed Air/Gas Systems (incl. Fixed Compressors & Vessels) 1.13.16 Air Compressors - Fixed Reciprocating 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Fixed Rotary 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Other 1.13.16. Air Compressors - Portable 1.13.16. Gas Compressors 1.13.16. Pressure Vessels - Steel 1.13.16. Bursting Discs (Pressure Vessels) 1.13.17 Fire Fighting Equipment 1.13.17. Fixed Fire Systems 1.13.17. Fire Extinguishers 1.13.17. Fixed Fire Systems - IT/Electrical Equipment 1.13.24. Oil & Gas Powered Motors 1.13.24. Motors - Pneumatic 1.13.35. Centrifuges 1.13.35. Centrifuges - Separators 1.13.35. Centrifuges - Purifiers 1.13.36. Drive Belts, Chains & Couplings 1.13.37. Cranes (Fixed Location) 1.13.37 Cranes - Gantry (Unpowered) 1.13.37 Cranes - Gantry (Electric Powered) 1.13.37 Cranes - Jib Type 1.13.37. Cranes - Pillar 1.13.37. Cranes - Other 1.13.40. Rubber Hoses & Couplings 1.13.40. Iron Hoses and Couplings 1.13.41. Lifting Gear, Winches & Other Lifting Equipment 1.13.41. Grabs, Buckets & Hooks 1.13.41. Overhead Rail Conveyors & Transporters 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Unpowered 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Electric Powered 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Pneumatic 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Diesel Engine 1.13.41. Winches & Hoists - Other 1.13.41. Capstans 1.13.42. Overhead Gantries & Walkways 1.13.43. Gas & Air Treatment Plant 1.13.43. Mechanical Dust Collectors 1.13.43. Electrostatic Precipitators 1.13.43. Gas Treatment Plant 1.13.43. Driers & Breathers 1.13.43. Gas Additive Injection Equipment 1.13.43. Packaged Boiler Houses 1.13.43. Scrubbers 1.13.44. Lubrication Equipment 1.13.45. Skid Units/Pressure Reduction Modules 1.13.99. Other Mechanical Machinery, Equipment & Spares 1.14.0. PUMPS, ACCESSORIES & SPARES 1.14.1. Pumps - Centrifugal 1.14.2. Pumps - Submersible 1.14.2. Pumps - Dry Well 1.14.2. Pumps - Cutter 1.14.3. Pumps - Positive Displacement 1.14.3. Pumps - Piston 1.14.3. Pumps - Diaphragm 1.14.3. Pumps - Gear Pump 1.14.3. Pumps - Sludge 1.14.5. Pumps - Split Case 1.14.6. Pumps - Double Disk 1.14.9. Pumps - Washwater Pump Sets 1.14.10. Pumps - Metering & Dosing 1.14.11. Pumps - Borehole 1.14.12. Pumps - Macerator 1.14.13. Pumps - Peristaltic 1.14.14. Pumps - Portable 1.14.15. Pumps - Hydraulic 1.14.16. Pumps - Screw 1.14.17. Pumps - Axial 1.14.18. Pumps - Vacuum 1.14.19. Pumps - Progressing Cavity 1.14.99. Other Pumps, Accessories & Spares 1.14.99. Impellors 1.16.0. METERS & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT 1.16.1. Water Meters (Encoded) 1.16.2 Water Meters (Non-Encoded) 1.16.3 Electricity Meters - Credit 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Domestic 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Commercial 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Single Phase 1.16.3. Electricity Meters - Three Phase 1.16.3. Smart Meter 1.16.4. Electricity Meters - Prepayment 1.16.5. Electricity Meters - Programmable 1.16.6. Electrical Metering Control Devices 1.16.6. Time Switches 1.16.6. Teleswitches 1.16.6. Telemeters 1.16.7. Meter Accessories & Spares 1.16.7. Security Vridges, Collars & Blocks 1.16.7. Meter Jewels & Pivots 1.16.7. Meter Shear & Terminal Screws 1.16.7. Meter Bearings 1.16.7. Meter Termination Units - HV 1.16.7. Meter Termination Units - LV 1.16.7. Meter Bridges 1.16.7. Meter Boards 1.16.7. Meter Security Label 1.16.7. Meter Auto Read Unit 1.16.7. Meter Battery Packs - Prepayment 1.16.7. Meter Security Washers 1.16.7. Meter Testing Equipment - In Service 1.16.7. Meter Door Key - Moulded 1.16.7. Meter Installation Straps 1.16.7. Meter Brackets 1.16.7. Meter Brassware 1.16.7. Meter Temperature/Pressure Correctors 1.16.7. Meter Batteries - Lithium 1.16.7. Meter Shear Head Bolts 1.16.7. Meter Connectors - Semi Rigid 1.16.7. Meter Installation Kits - Gas 1.16.7. Meter Tube & Orifice Plates 1.16.8. Meter Tokens & Cards 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Meter Token 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Prepayment 1.16.8. Electronic Cards - Meter Resetting 1.16.12. Electrical Meters - Power Station/Grid 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Credit 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Domestic 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Industrial/Commercial LP 1.16.13. Gas Meters - Industrial/Commercial MP 1.16.14. Gas Meters - Prepayment 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Electronic 1.16.15. Gas Meters - RPD 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Turbine 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Ultrasonic 1.16.15. Gas Meters - Vortex 1.16.15. Gas Meters - RPD Prefabricated Module 1.16.16. Governors, Regulators & Associated Equipment 1.16.16. Regulators - LP (Domestic) 1.16.16 Regulators - Gas 1.16.16. Regulators - LP (Non-Domestic) 1.16.16 Regulators - MP/LP 1.16.18. Prewired Meter Cabinets 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets & Housings 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets - Plastic 1.16.19. Meter Cabinets - GRP (Free Standing) 1.16.19 Meter Cabinets - GRP (Wall Mounted) 1.16.19 Governor Housings 1.16.19. Meter Boundary Box 1.16.19. Meter Box Repair Kits 1.16.19. Meter Cabinet Doors 1.16.19. Meter Cabinet - Steel (Free Standing) 1.16.99 Other Meters & Associated Equipment 1.17.0. OFFICE/DEPOT MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT 1.17.1. Office Equipment (excl. Printers - use 1.23.04) 1.17.1 Photocopiers - B&W 1.17.1. Photocopiers - Colour 1.17.1. Fax Machines 1.17.2. Office Furniture 1.17.3. Office Stationery 1.17.3. Plastic Pouches/Envelopes 1.17.4. Office Furnishings & Fittings (excl. Furniture - use 1.17.02) 1.17.5 Audio & Visual Equipment & Accessories 1.17.5. Video Conferencing 1.17.5. Projector Screens 1.17.5. Projectors - Overhead 1.17.5. Projectors - Multimedia 1.17.5. Audio & Visual Equipment 1.17.5. Audio & Visual Accessories 1.17.7. Drawing Office Equipment & Supplies 1.17.7. Drawing Office Equipment 1.17.7. Drawing Office Stationery 1.17.9. Paper & Card 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 100 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 90 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 80 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 70 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 60 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 50 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 40 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 30 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 20 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 10 % Post Consumer Waste Content 1.17.9. Paper - Cut Sheet 1.17.9. Paper - Copier 1.17.9. Paper - Reel 1.17.9. Paper - Continuous/Pack-to-Pack 1.17.9. Paper - Laser Paper 1.17.9. Paper - Inkjet Paper 1.17.9. Card 1.17.13. Pre-Printed Stationery/Supplies 1.17.13. Diaries 1.17.13. Envelopes 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Billing 1.17.13. Forms 1.17.13. Business Cards 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Other 1.17.13. Bag Labels 1.17.13. Board Labels 1.17.13. Durable weather-resistant labels 1.17.13. Self Adhesive Labels (with Bar-Coding) 1.17.13 Self Adhesive Labels (without Bar-Coding) 1.17.16 Publications (Off-The-Shelf) 1.17.16 Periodicals 1.17.16. Books 1.17.16. Manuals 1.17.16. Newspapers 1.17.17. Paper Maps 1.17.18. Janitorial Equipment & Supplies 1.17.18. Soaps & Detergents 1.17.18. Toilet/Bathroom Tissue 1.17.18. Refuse Sacks 1.17.18. Hand Care Products 1.17.21. Printing & Photographic Chemicals & Materials 1.17.22. Catering Equipment 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply & Install 1.17.22. Watercoolers 1.17.23. Catering Supplies 1.17.23. Catering Supplies - Disposable 1.17.24. Storage/Warehouse Equipment & Supplies 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply Only 1.17.24. Shelving 1.17.24. Pallets 1.17.24. Archiving Equipment 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply & Install 1.17.25. Packaging Equipment & Supplies 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Plastic 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Paper 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - Tape 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - String 1.17.25. Roll-On/Roll-Off Cages 1.17.25. Letter Sorting Frames 1.17.25. Mail Bags 1.17.25. Cartons & Boxes 1.17.25. Mail Delivery Satchel 1.17.26. Security Printing 1.17.26. Cheques 1.17.26. Stamps 1.17.26. Postal Orders 1.17.26. Security Printing - Billing 1.17.26. Self Adhesive Postal Stamps 1.17.27. Pre-Printed Plastic Cards 1.17.27. Personalised Plastic Cards 1.17.80. Recycling Supplies 1.17.80. Plastic Strapping 1.17.80. Polyester Strapping 1.17.80. Recycling Bags 1.17.80. Frames for Recycling Bags 1.17.80. Recycling Boxes 1.17.80. Recycling Bins 1.17.80. Recycling Containers 1.17.80. Steel Strapping 1.17.81. Recycling Equipment 1.17.81. Waste Paper Balers 1.17.81. Cardboard Balers 1.17.81. Plastics Balers 1.17.81. Polysterene Balers 1.17.81. Can Crusher 1.17.81. Shears 1.17.81. Briquettes 1.17.81. Shredders 1.17.81. Cranes 1.17.81. Conveyors 1.17.81. Conveyors 1.17.81. Scrap handler screens 1.17.81. Planers 1.17.81. Washing plant 1.17.81. Mobile bulk handling equipment 1.17.81. Standby Buster 1.17.99. Other Office Materials & Supplies 1.17.99. Wallets - Leather 1.18.0. PIPES & ACCESSORIES 1.18.1. Pipes & Fittings - Fibre Cement 1.18.1. Pipes - Fibre Cement 1.18.1. Pipe Fittings - Fibre Cement 1.18.2. Pipes & Fittings - Concrete 1.18.2. Pipes - Concrete 1.18.2. Pipe Fittings - Concrete 1.18.3. Pipes & Fittings - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipes - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron End Caps 1.18.4. Pipes & Fittings - Copper 1.18.4. Pipes - Copper 1.18.4. Pipe Fittings - Copper 1.18.5. Pipes & Fittings - Clay 1.18.5. Pipes - Clay 1.18.5. Pipe Fittings - Clay 1.18.6. Pipes & Fittings - High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) 1.18.6 Pipes - HDPE 1.18.6. Pipe Fittings - HDPE 1.18.7. Pipes & Fittings - Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE) 1.18.7 Pipes - MDPE 1.18.7. Pipe Fittings - MDPE 1.18.8. Pipes & Fittings - MOPVC 1.18.8. Pipes - MOPVC 1.18.8. Pipe Fittings - MOPVC 1.18.9. Pipes & Fittings - PVC 1.18.9. Pipes - PVC 1.18.9. Pipe Fittings - PVC 1.18.10. Pipes & Fittings - Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Mild Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Mild Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Carbon Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Alloy Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Alloy Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Blind Sealing Plugs 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings & Flanges - Carbon Steel (Gas <7 bar) 1.18.10 pipe fittings - non-tap plugs 1.18.10. steel (gas <7 carbon induction bends welded branch pipes spiral wound pups flanges> 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Bends > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Tees > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel End Caps > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Insulation Joints > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Plug Valves > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Forged Reducers > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Fabricated Reducers > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Stopple Equipment > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Studbolts > 7 Bar 1.18.11. Pipe Fittings - Clamps & Collars 1.18.12. Pipe Fittings - Couplings & Flanged Adapters 1.18.12. Mechanical Mains Connectors 1.18.13. Pipe Fittings - Electrofusion Fittings 1.18.14. Pipe Fittings - Gunmetal 1.18.15. Pipe Fittings - Plastic 1.18.15. Gas Mains-to-Meter Fittings 1.18.16. Pipes & Fittings - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipes - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Compression Fittings 1.18.17. Ducting 1.18.17. Flexible Hoses 1.18.18. Water Flange Joint Sets 1.18.19. Pipe Accessories, Consumables & Associated Supplies 1.18.19. Heat Shrink Sleeves 1.18.19. Anti-Shear Sleeves 1.18.19. Pipe Wraps 1.18.19. Sleeve Bends 1.18.19. Pipe Silencers - In Line 1.18.19. Pipe Centralisers 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Ductile Iron/Steel 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - GRP 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Plastic 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Concrete 1.18.25. Leak Detection, Control & Repair Equipment/Materials 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - Internal 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - External 1.18.25. Leak Detection Fluid 1.18.25. Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) 1.18.25 Leakage Repair Sealants 1.18.25. Leak Repair Fittings 1.18.25. Encapsulation Kit 1.18.25. Foam-off Kits 1.18.25. Live Insertion Equipment 1.18.25. Dead Insertion Equipment 1.18.26. Pipes & Fittings - GRP 1.18.26. Pipes - GRP 1.18.26. Pipe Fittings - GRP 1.18.26. Service Riser Covers - GRP 1.18.27. Standpipes 1.18.99. Other Pipes 1.18.99. Hanging and Insertion of Pipes, Compensation Elements 1.19.0. VALVES, ACTUATORS & SPARES 1.19.1. Valves - Air 1.19.2. Valves - Gate/Sluice/Knife 1.19.2. Valves - Wedge Gate 1.19.2. Valves - Gate 1.19.2. Valves - Sluice 1.19.2. Valves - Knife 1.19.2. Mechanical Mains Valves & Fittings 1.19.3. Valves - Hydrants 1.19.4. Valves - Non-Return/Reflux/Check 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return 1.19.4. Valves - Reflux 1.19.4. Valves - Check 1.19.4. Valves - Recoil 1.19.4. Valves - Non Slam 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas < 7 Bar) 1.19.4 Valves - Non Return (Gas > 7 Bar) 1.19.5 Valves - Penstock 1.19.7. Valves - Needle/Globe 1.19.7. Valves - Needle 1.19.7. Valves - Globe 1.19.8. Valves - Flap 1.19.9. Valves - Butterfly 1.19.10. Valves - Ball 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas < 7 Bar) 1.19.10 Service Isolation Valves 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas > 7 Bar) 1.19.11 Valves - Diaphragm 1.19.12. Valves - Pressure Control 1.19.12. Valves - Excess Flow 1.19.12. Valves - Reducing 1.19.12. Valves - Sustaining 1.19.12. Valves - Governor Safety Vent 1.19.15. Valves - Solenoid 1.19.16. Valves - Safety 1.19.16. Valves - Safety Pressure Relief 1.19.17. Actuators 1.19.17. Actuators - Electronic 1.19.17. Actuators - Gas 1.19.17. Actuators - Hydraulic 1.19.18. Valves - Float Operated 1.19.19. Valves - Plug 1.19.99. Other Valves, Actuators & Spares 1.19.99. Valves - Traps & Eliminators 1.19.99. Valve Alarms (High/Low Water) 1.19.99 Valves - Silencers 1.19.99. Valves - Double Disc 1.19.99. Valves - Parallel Slide 1.19.99. Valve Cabinets 1.20.0. TRANSPORT & MOBILE PLANT 1.20.1. Passenger Cars 1.20.2. Vans - Car-derived 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles - Four Wheel Drive 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (2 - 3.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Commercial Vehicles (3.5 - 7.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Commercial Vehicles (Above 7.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Coaches 1.20.3. Electric Vehicles 1.20.6. Specialist Vehicles, Tankers, Bodies & Trailers 1.20.6. Vehicles - All Terrain 1.20.6. Trailers 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Powered) 1.20.6 Trolleys & Trucks (Non-powered) 1.20.6 Vehicles - Overhead Line Maintenance 1.20.6. Bodywork / Cabs 1.20.6. De-icing Equipment 1.20.6. Vehicles - Fire 1.20.6. Trucks - High Lift 1.20.6. Mobile Substation Trailers 1.20.6. Snow Clearing Equipment 1.20.6. Tractors 1.20.6. Trucks - Vacuum 1.20.6. Ambulances 1.20.6. Trucks - Refuse 1.20.7. Tyres & Tubes 1.20.7. Tyres - Low Rolling Resistance 1.20.7. Tyres - Passenger Loading Bridge 1.20.8. Cable/Pipe Laying Plant 1.20.9. Mobile Plant (excl. Mechanical Handling Plant - use 1.20.13) 1.20.9 Excavators - Mini 1.20.9. Excavators 1.20.9. Bulldozers 1.20.9. Scrapers 1.20.9. Tractors 1.20.10. Trenchless Equipment 1.20.10. Moling Equipment 1.20.10. Moling Equipment Spares 1.20.11. Access Platforms & Equipment 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Hydraulic 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Pneumatic 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Electrically Insulated 1.20.12. Horticultural Equipment 1.20.12. Grass Cutting Equipment 1.20.12. Mowers - Hand 1.20.12. Strimmers 1.20.12. Mowers - Flail 1.20.13. Cranes (Mobile) & Mechanical Handling Plant/Equipment 1.20.13. Cranes - Marine 1.20.13. Trucks - Forklift 1.20.13. Cranes - Mobile 1.20.13. Trucks - Hand 1.20.13. Cranes - Lorry 1.20.13. Trucks - Pallet 1.20.13. Trolleys 1.20.14. Garage Equipment 1.20.14. Hydraulic Ramps 1.20.14. Hydraulic Lifts 1.20.14. Spraying Equipment 1.20.14. Jacks & Hoists 1.20.14. Pneumatic Equipment 1.20.14. Manual Ramps & Lifts 1.20.15. Vehicle/Mobile Plant Parts & Accessories 1.20.15. Car Filters 1.20.15. Anti-freeze 1.20.15. Exhausts - Vehicle/Mobile Plant 1.20.15. Batteries - Vehicle/Mobile Plant 1.20.15. Brake Assemblies & Clutches 1.20.16. Boats & Marine Vessels 1.20.16. Boats 1.20.16. Coastal Survey Vessels 1.20.16. Multi Purpose Vessels/Workboats 1.20.16. Tugs 1.20.16. Pilot Launches 1.20.17. Bicycles & Spares 1.20.18. Railway Equipment 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Telescopic 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Non-Telescopic 1.20.20. Baggage Trolleys 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery, Storage and Dispensing Equipment 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery and Dispensing Equipment 1.20.21. Fuel Storage Tanks and Equipment 1.20.98. Other Transport 1.20.99. Other Mobile Plant 1.20.99. Mobile Compressors 1.21.0. TOOLS & SPECIALIST EQUIPMENT 1.21.1. Tools & Equipment - Cable Joiners 1.21.1. Compression Tools 1.21.1. Cable Joiners - Dies 1.21.2. Tools & Equipment - Overhead Line 1.21.2. Climbing Equipment & Accessories 1.21.3. Insulated Tools 1.21.4. Hand Tools (Non-Powered) 1.21.4 Wrenches 1.21.4. Pliers 1.21.4. Knives 1.21.4. Cutters/Croppers 1.21.4. Hacksaw & Blades 1.21.4. Spanners 1.21.4. Hammers 1.21.4. Screwdrivers 1.21.5. Tools & Equipment - Drilling 1.21.5. Borehole Casings 1.21.6. Power Tools (incl. Pneumatic/Hydraulic) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Electric (Mains) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Electric (Rechargeable Battery) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Pneumatic 1.21.6. Power Tools - Hydraulic 1.21.8. Test & Inspection Equipment 1.21.8. Multimeters 1.21.8. Impact Soil Testers 1.21.8. Valve Test and Setting Equipment 1.21.9. Workshop Machinery & Equipment 1.21.9. Milling & Hole Cutters 1.21.9. Broaches & Chasers 1.21.9. Brushing & Grinding Wheels 1.21.9. Lathe, Planer & Shaper Tools 1.21.9. Arbors, Chucks & Collets 1.21.9. Taps & Dies 1.21.9. Gauges 1.21.9. Anvils, Chisels & Punches 1.21.9. Measuring Tools 1.21.9. Files, Rasps & Scrapers 1.21.10. Industrial Cleaning Equipment 1.21.10. Vacuum Cleaners 1.21.11. Workshop Cleaning Consumables 1.21.11. Cloths & Rags 1.21.11. Absorbents 1.21.11. Wipes 1.21.13. Abrasive Products 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment (incl. Consumables) 1.21.14 Welding Electrodes 1.21.14. Brazing/Welding Filler Rods & Wire 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment 1.21.14. Fluxes 1.21.14. Electrofusion Control Boxes 1.21.14. Butt Fusion Machines 1.21.14. Electrofusion Tooling 1.21.15. Tools & Equipment - Pipeline 1.21.15. Pig Traps & Closures 1.21.15. Pipe Fitting Tools 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Mechanical Components 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Polyurethane Products 1.21.15. Bag Stops - Iris 1.21.15. Bag Stops - E4 1.21.15. Line Stop Equipment 1.21.15. Searcher Bars 1.21.15. Damping Elements/Compensator 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment 1.21.16. Weighbridges 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Baggage 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Post Office 1.21.17. Laboratory Equipment 1.21.17. Cod Tubes 1.21.17. PET Tubes 1.21.17. Sampling Equipment - Stainless Steel 1.21.17. Laboratory Glassware 1.21.17. Laboratory Apparatus 1.21.17. Laboratory Consumables 1.21.18. Pollution Control Equipment 1.21.18. Booms - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Buoys - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Dispersant - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Absorbents - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Suction Equipment 1.21.18. Filtering Equipment 1.21.18. Interceptors - Pollution Control 1.21.19. Ladders 1.21.19. Ladders - Insulated 1.21.19. Ladders - Step 1.21.20. Port/Marine Tools & Equipment 1.21.20. Buoys 1.21.20. Navigation Aids 1.21.20. Marine Ramps 1.21.20. Marine Fenders 1.21.20. Life Rafts 1.21.20. Life Jackets 1.21.20. 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Care Service to Children in Residential Homes

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published July 11, 2018
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85311000

Cheshire East Borough Council Children and Families Department has an exciting opportunity for Providers of residential children’s care to support the Council with its continuing journey to improving outcomes for our cared for children and young people. The Council is seeking Suppliers, for the care and support to our cared for children and young people within residential homes. This service will provide care to 5 separate homes within the Borough of Cheshire East. 1 home in Crewe is currently operational and we have 2 properties (1 in Crewe and 1 in Macclesfield) that have recently been utilised as Children’s Homes. These 3 properties, will be provided by Cheshire East Council and leased to the successful Suppliers following a re-tender exercise. It’s the Council’s intention to establish 2 further homes, 1 in Crewe and 1 in Macclesfield. The 2 new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 15 930 200.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots II.2) Description Lot No: LOT 1 II.2.1) Title Lot 1: Existing Crewe Property — Short Stay — 3 Beds II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85311300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD62 Main site or place of performance: This home is currently operational in the Crewe area. II.2.4) Description of the procurement This LOT - LOT 1 is for Home 1 - in Crewe that is currently operational as a 3 bed property. This home is registered for EBD. We have a further home in Crewe and another in Macclesfield that have recently been utilised as Children’s Homes. These three properties, will be provided by Cheshire East Council and leased to the successful Suppliers following a re-tender exercise. It’s the Council’s intention to establish two further homes, one in Crewe and one in Macclesfield. The two new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. The additional two homes in Crewe / Macclesfield should be as close to existing homes as possible in order to enable a discussion with Ofsted in respect of management arrangements. The care and support across our five homes will operate in partnership with each other and the Local Authority ie Cheshire East (CE) Social Care, CE therapeutic services, Fostering – CE Foster Carers and external fostering agencies and other health partner agencies to provide intensive support to our child and young people. The service will need to meet the Children Homes (England) Regulations 2015 and its obligations to the regulator Ofsted. However, the Council is seeking Suppliers who will strive to exceed these standards providing a service that can be flexible and innovative to ensure that it meets and raises the aspirations of our children. As the Supplier you will be acting as the Corporate Parent for all the children and young people placed within the home, as such the Council will expect the service to have a culture that is centred on the child/young person, their development and personal interests. All of the homes must provide accommodation, care and support for 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. The service must have a strong ethos, culture and high expectations regarding education, training and employment working positively with the young people to access opportunities that support them to develop and reach their full potential. It is essential that we understand the needs of our individual children and the successful supplier will be required to undertake a psychological assessment of the child prior to or immediately following admission. The two Children’s Homes that are registered to accept short term (28 day placements) will work closely with RAP and our Children’s Social Care teams to identify and work intensively with children for up to 28 days. Everyone working with these children will be instrumental in their move back to family / friends or into a foster home. The fostering service and Cheshire East foster carers will become an embedded partner with Suppliers and this strong relationship will ensure the successful move on from residential care to foster care for our cared for children. The Council is taking the opportunity through this tender to deliver against the high expectations set for our corporate parents and their innovative support to our cared for children. Our short term Children’s Homes will play an important role in this approach but we are also looking to innovate across all our Children’s Homes with foster carers, for example, working within our homes on relationship building and transition out of residential care back to family / friends or into fostering. This LOT is registered for EBD and the Council notes that the award of a contract for this LOT may involve a transfer of employment undertakings pursuant to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, and will clarify the position with the applicants during the tender process. The value of this LOT is in the region of 3,407,000 - 3,577,400 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 3 577 400.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: As set out in the Selection Questionnaire — Following the assessment of the information provided by potential suppliers using this Selection Questionnaire, the Authority intends to invite the five highest scoring suppliers to submit initial tenders. In the event of 2 or more suppliers receiving the fifth highest score (i.e. a tie) the Authority will invite all those suppliers receiving the fifth highest score. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.12) Information about electronic catalogues Tenders must be presented in the form of electronic catalogues or include an electronic catalogue II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: LOT 2 II.2.1) Title LOT 2 - Existing Crewe Property - 3 beds II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85311300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD62 Main site or place of performance: This home is existing but not currently operational in the Crewe area. II.2.4) Description of the procurement This LOT - LOT 2 is for Home 2 - that is located in Crewe and currently not operational but has recently been utilised as a Children’s Home. This home is to be Registered as EBD and for short stay (28 days). The Council has a further (operational) home in Crewe and another in Macclesfield that has also recently been utilised as Children’s Home. These three properties, will be provided by Cheshire East Council and leased to the successful Suppliers following a re-tender exercise. It’s the Council’s intention to establish two further homes, one in Crewe and one in Macclesfield. The two new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. The additional two homes in Crewe / Macclesfield should be as close to existing homes as possible in order to enable a discussion with Ofsted in respect of management arrangements. The care and support across our five homes will operate in partnership with each other and the Local Authority ie Cheshire East (CE) Social Care, CE therapeutic services, Fostering – CE Foster Carers and external fostering agencies and other health partner agencies to provide intensive support to our child and young people. The service will need to meet the Children Homes (England) Regulations 2015 and its obligations to the regulator Ofsted. However, the Council is seeking Suppliers who will strive to exceed these standards providing a service that can be flexible and innovative to ensure that it meets and raises the aspirations of our children. As the Supplier you will be acting as the Corporate Parent for all the children and young people placed within the home, as such the Council will expect the service to have a culture that is centred on the child/young person, their development and personal interests. All of the homes must provide accommodation, care and support for 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. The service must have a strong ethos, culture and high expectations regarding education, training and employment working positively with the young people to access opportunities that support them to develop and reach their full potential. It is essential that we understand the needs of our individual children and the successful supplier will be required to undertake a psychological assessment of the child prior to or immediately following admission. The two Children’s Homes that are registered to accept short term (28 day placements) will work closely with RAP and our Children’s Social Care teams to identify and work intensively with children for up to 28 days. Everyone working with these children will be instrumental in their move back to family / friends or into a foster home. The fostering service and Cheshire East foster carers will become an embedded partner with Suppliers and this strong relationship will ensure the successful move on from residential care to foster care for our cared for children. The Council is taking the opportunity through this tender to deliver against the high expectations set for our corporate parents and their innovative support to our cared for children. Our short term Children’s Homes will play an important role in this approach but we are also looking to innovate across all our Children’s Homes with foster carers, for example, working within our homes on relationship building and transition out of residential care back to family / friends or into fostering. The value of this LOT is in the region of 3,407,000 - 3,577,400 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 3 577 400.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: As set out in the Selection Questionnaire — Following the assessment of the information provided by potential suppliers using this Selection Questionnaire, the Authority intends to invite the five highest scoring suppliers to submit initial tenders. In the event of two or more suppliers receiving the fifth highest score (i.e. a tie) theAuthority will invite all those suppliers receiving the fifth highest score. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.12) Information about electronic catalogues Tenders must be presented in the form of electronic catalogues or include an electronic catalogue II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: LOT 3 II.2.1) Title LOT 3 - Existing Macclesfield Property - 3 beds II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85311300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD62 Main site or place of performance: This home is existing but not currently operational in the Macclesfield area. II.2.4) Description of the procurement This LOT - LOT 3 is for Home 3 - that is located in Macclesfield and currently not operational but has recently been utilised as a Children’s Home. This home is to be Registered as EBD. The Council has a further (operational) home in Crewe and another in Crewe that has also recently been utilised as Children’s Home. These three properties, will be provided by Cheshire East Council and leased to the successful Suppliers following a re-tender exercise. It’s the Council’s intention to establish two further homes, one in Crewe and one in Macclesfield. The two new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. The additional two homes in Crewe / Macclesfield should be as close to existing homes as possible in order to enable a discussion with Ofsted in respect of management arrangements. The care and support across our five homes will operate in partnership with each other and the Local Authority ie Cheshire East (CE) Social Care, CE therapeutic services, Fostering – CE Foster Carers and external fostering agencies and other health partner agencies to provide intensive support to our child and young people. The service will need to meet the Children Homes (England) Regulations 2015 and its obligations to the regulator Ofsted. However, the Council is seeking Suppliers who will strive to exceed these standards providing a service that can be flexible and innovative to ensure that it meets and raises the aspirations of our children. As the Supplier you will be acting as the Corporate Parent for all the children and young people placed within the home, as such the Council will expect the service to have a culture that is centred on the child/young person, their development and personal interests. All of the homes must provide accommodation, care and support for 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. The service must have a strong ethos, culture and high expectations regarding education, training and employment working positively with the young people to access opportunities that support them to develop and reach their full potential. It is essential that we understand the needs of our individual children and the successful supplier will be required to undertake a psychological assessment of the child prior to or immediately following admission. The two Children’s Homes that are registered to accept short term (28 day placements) will work closely with RAP and our Children’s Social Care teams to identify and work intensively with children for up to 28 days. Everyone working with these children will be instrumental in their move back to family / friends or into a foster home. The fostering service and Cheshire East foster carers will become an embedded partner with Suppliers and this strong relationship will ensure the successful move on from residential care to foster care for our cared for children. The Council is taking the opportunity through this tender to deliver against the high expectations set for our corporate parents and their innovative support to our cared for children. Our short term Children’s Homes will play an important role in this approach but we are also looking to innovate across all our Children’s Homes with foster carers, for example, working within our homes on relationship building and transition out of residential care back to family / friends or into fostering. The value of this LOT is in the region of 3,407,000 - 3,577,400 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 3 577 400.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: As set out in the Selection Questionnaire — Following the assessment of the information provided by potential suppliers using this Selection Questionnaire, the Authority intends to invite the five highest scoring suppliers to submit initial tenders. In the event of two or more suppliers receiving the fifth highest score (i.e. a tie) theAuthority will invite all those suppliers receiving the fifth highest score. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.12) Information about electronic catalogues Tenders must be presented in the form of electronic catalogues or include an electronic catalogue II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: LOT 4 II.2.1) Title LOT 4 - New Crewe Property - 2 beds II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85311300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD62 Main site or place of performance: This home is a new property that needs to be sourced in Crewe - with 2 beds II.2.4) Description of the procurement This LOT - LOT 4 is for Home 4 - a new property that needs to be sourced in Crewe. This home is to be Registered as EBD. The Council has a further 2 homes in Crewe, one of which is operational and the other has recently been utilised as Children’s Home. The Council also has a home in Macclesfield not currently operational. It’s the Council’s intention to also establish a further home in Macclesfield. The two new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. The additional two homes in Crewe and Macclesfield should be as close to existing homes as possible in order to enable a discussion with Ofsted in respect of management arrangements. The care and support across our five homes will operate in partnership with each other and the Local Authority ie Cheshire East (CE) Social Care, CE therapeutic services, Fostering – CE Foster Carers and external fostering agencies and other health partner agencies to provide intensive support to our child and young people. The service will need to meet the Children Homes (England) Regulations 2015 and its obligations to the regulator Ofsted. However, the Council is seeking Suppliers who will strive to exceed these standards providing a service that can be flexible and innovative to ensure that it meets and raises the aspirations of our children. As the Supplier you will be acting as the Corporate Parent for all the children and young people placed within the home, as such the Council will expect the service to have a culture that is centred on the child/young person, their development and personal interests. All of the homes must provide accommodation, care and support for 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. The service must have a strong ethos, culture and high expectations regarding education, training and employment working positively with the young people to access opportunities that support them to develop and reach their full potential. It is essential that we understand the needs of our individual children and the successful supplier will be required to undertake a psychological assessment of the child prior to or immediately following admission. The two Children’s Homes that are registered to accept short term (28 day placements) will work closely with RAP and our Children’s Social Care teams to identify and work intensively with children for up to 28 days. Everyone working with these children will be instrumental in their move back to family / friends or into a foster home. The fostering service and Cheshire East foster carers will become an embedded partner with Suppliers and this strong relationship will ensure the successful move on from residential care to foster care for our cared for children. The Council is taking the opportunity through this tender to deliver against the high expectations set for our corporate parents and their innovative support to our cared for children. Our short term Children’s Homes will play an important role in this approach but we are also looking to innovate across all our Children’s Homes with foster carers, for example, working within our homes on relationship building and transition out of residential care back to family / friends or into fostering. The value of this LOT is in the region of 2,475,200 - 2,599,000 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 2 599 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: As set out in the Selection Questionnaire — Following the assessment of the information provided by potential suppliers using this Selection Questionnaire, the Authority intends to invite the five highest scoring suppliers to submit initial tenders. In the event of two or more suppliers receiving the fifth highest score (i.e. a tie) theAuthority will invite all those suppliers receiving the fifth highest score. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.12) Information about electronic catalogues Tenders must be presented in the form of electronic catalogues or include an electronic catalogue II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: LOT 5 II.2.1) Title LOT 5 - New Macclesfield Property - 2 beds II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85311300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD62 Main site or place of performance: This home is a new property that needs to be sourced in Macclesfield - with 2 beds II.2.4) Description of the procurement This LOT - LOT 5 is for Home 5 - a new property that needs to be sourced in Macclesfield. This home is to be Registered as EBD and for short stay (28 days). The Council also has a further home in Macclesfield not currently operational but which has recently been utilised as Children’s Home. The Council has a further 2 homes in Crewe, one of which is operational and the other has recently been utilised as Children’s Home. It’s the Council’s intention to also establish a further home in Crewe. The two new properties will need to be sourced and managed by the successful Suppliers. The additional two homes in Crewe and Macclesfield should be as close to existing homes as possible in order to enable a discussion with Ofsted in respect of management arrangements. The care and support across our five homes will operate in partnership with each other and the Local Authority ie Cheshire East (CE) Social Care, CE therapeutic services, Fostering – CE Foster Carers and external fostering agencies and other health partner agencies to provide intensive support to our child and young people. The service will need to meet the Children Homes (England) Regulations 2015 and its obligations to the regulator Ofsted. However, the Council is seeking Suppliers who will strive to exceed these standards providing a service that can be flexible and innovative to ensure that it meets and raises the aspirations of our children. As the Supplier you will be acting as the Corporate Parent for all the children and young people placed within the home, as such the Council will expect the service to have a culture that is centred on the child/young person, their development and personal interests. All of the homes must provide accommodation, care and support for 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. The service must have a strong ethos, culture and high expectations regarding education, training and employment working positively with the young people to access opportunities that support them to develop and reach their full potential. It is essential that we understand the needs of our individual children and the successful supplier will be required to undertake a psychological assessment of the child prior to or immediately following admission. The two Children’s Homes that are registered to accept short term (28 day placements) will work closely with RAP and our Children’s Social Care teams to identify and work intensively with children for up to 28 days. Everyone working with these children will be instrumental in their move back to family / friends or into a foster home. The fostering service and Cheshire East foster carers will become an embedded partner with Suppliers and this strong relationship will ensure the successful move on from residential care to foster care for our cared for children. The Council is taking the opportunity through this tender to deliver against the high expectations set for our corporate parents and their innovative support to our cared for children. Our short term Children’s Homes will play an important role in this approach but we are also looking to innovate across all our Children’s Homes with foster carers, for example, working within our homes on relationship building and transition out of residential care back to family / friends or into fostering. The value of this LOT is in the region of 2,475,200 - 2,599,000 II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 2 599 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: As set out in the Selection Questionnaire — Following the assessment of the information provided by potential suppliers using this Selection Questionnaire, the Authority intends to invite the five highest scoring suppliers to submit initial tenders. In the event of two or more suppliers receiving the fifth highest score (i.e. a tie) theAuthority will invite all those suppliers receiving the fifth highest score. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The duration of this contract is 5 years (60 months). There will be an option to extend this contract after 5 years (60 months) in 2024 for a further 2 years to 2026. Total 7 year contract. Any options to extend will be exercised at the discretion of the Council. II.2.12) Information about electronic catalogues Tenders must be presented in the form of electronic catalogues or include an electronic catalogue II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Competitive procedure with negotiation IV.1.5) Information about negotiation The contracting authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2018/S 081-181442 IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 15/08/2018 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes VI.3) Additional information This procurement exercise will be conducted on Cheshire East Borough Council's electronic Contract and Tender Management System at the www.the-chest.org.uk Organisations wishing to be considered for this contract must register their expression of interest and provide additional required information through the Contract and Tender Management System. Expressions of interest must be by way of completion and return of the Selection Questionnaire (“SQ”) (in accordance with the requirements set out in the SQ) by the date and time specified in Section IV.2.2. If you have any technical problems with The Contract and Tender Management System please contact the help-desk on: ProcontractSuppliers@proactis.com or 0330 005 0352. In order to participate, providers must register, complete and upload completed documentation and submit this via the Chest at the link provided in this Notice. The project reference on The Chest is DN325452. The values given in this notice are only estimations — the Council gives no guarantee or warranty or makes any representation as to the accuracy of any indicative values. The Council reserves the right not to award the opportunity or to award only part (or a different arrangement) of the opportunity described in this Contract Notice. Bidders should note that the procurement documents (including the Invitation to Submit Initial Tender) are draft documents at this stage, providing indicative information of the Council's intended approach in the procurement process and are for general information only. The Council reserves the right to vary, amend and update any aspects of the procurement documents and final details and versions of the procurement documents will be confirmed to applicants successful in being selected to participate in the relevant tender stages of the procurement procedure. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Royal Courts of Justice London WC2A 2LL UK VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: In accordance with Regulation 86 (Notices of decisions to award a contract), Regulation 87 (Standstill Period) and Regulations 91 (Enforcement of duties through the Court) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended). Cheshire East Borough Council will incorporate a standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract is communicated to tenderers. That notification will provide full information on the award decision. The standstill period, which will be for a minimum of 10 calendar days provides time for unsuccessful tenderers to review and scrutinise the award decision before the contract is entered into. VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 09/07/2018 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: tracy.roberts@cheshireeast.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85311000Social work services with accommodationSocial work services 85311300Welfare services for children and young peopleSocial work services with accommodation Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Dynamic Purchasing System for Grounds Maintenance, Playground and Landscaping Contractors

Caerphilly County Borough Council | Published November 15, 2017
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Caerphilly County Borough Council ('The Council') is seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for grounds maintenance services, playground and landscaping contractors II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title General Grounds Maintenance Services II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 77314000 43325100 45112723 45112720 39293300 77314100 77312000 45111213 45111200 45112712 45236230 03451300 45112710 45112711 45112722 45112714 45112713 03100000 03120000 03121000 77000000 77300000 03121100 03441000 03452000 77315000 77313000 77310000 03111000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement All types of grounds maintenance including but not limited to Shrub / Floral Bed Maintenance including supply of plants, shrubs, trees and other horticultural products; Grass Cutting; Strimming; Watering (hanging baskets, tubs, troughs, flower beds etc.); Field Maintenance; Litter Picking Services; Clearance (gardens, hedgerows etc.). II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Tree works / Hedge cutting II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 77211300 77211400 77211500 77211600 77340000 77341000 77342000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement Provision of all tree work and hedge works, including but not limited to maintenance, cutting, pruning, felling, clearance, trimming etc. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 3 II.2.1) Title Spraying II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 77312100 77312000 24451000 24457000 45112730 48100000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement Spraying services including but not limited to weed spraying of foot paths, pavements and highways weed control etc. Provision of system to record and monitor weed control provision. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 4 II.2.1) Title Flail Mowing and associated Works (including working on highways) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 77314100 77342000 45112700 45233229 77314000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement Flail Mowing and associated work, including working on Highways) II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 5 II.2.1) Title Playground Equipment Provision, Replacements and Installations II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 37535200 43325000 37410000 45112723 45112720 50870000 44114200 43413000 44114100 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement Playground Equipment Provision, Replacements and Installations (including but not limited to site re-instatement, repairs and maintenance and purchase, design & installation of playgrounds and outdoor sports equipment) II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 6 II.2.1) Title Hard and Soft Landscaping Maintenance and Works (works with an estimated value below 25,000GBP) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 45112710 45112711 45112712 45112713 45112720 45112714 45112723 71421000 71420000 71400000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement All hard and soft Landscaping Maintenance and Works (works with an estimated value below 25,000GBP) II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 7 II.2.1) Title Hard and Soft Landscaping Maintenance and Works (works with an estimated value between 25,000GBP and 75,000GBP) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 45112710 45112711 45112712 45112713 45112714 45112720 45112723 71421000 71420000 71400000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement All hard and soft landscaping maintenance and works (works with an estimated value between 25,000GBP and 75,000GBP) II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Lot No: 8 II.2.1) Title Hard and Soft Landscaping Maintenance and Works (works with an estimated value above 75,000GBP) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 45112710 45112711 45112712 45112713 45112714 45112720 45112723 71421000 71420000 71400000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Caerphilly County Borough and surrounding Gwent Valleys II.2.4) Description of the procurement Lot 8 – Hard and Soft Landscaping Maintenance and Works (works with an estimated value above 75,000GBP) II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: The envisaged number of Contractors that may participate in the DPS is difficult to predict. The procurement exercise for the DPS is being carried out electronically, via the Council's e-tendering portal — Proactis Plaza (Proactis Plaza), www.proactisplaza.com/Supplier Portal. The Council's full requirements for the DPS are available via Proactis Plaza, and as such, all documentation and correspondence must be submitted electronically via the Proactis Portal. No oral communication will be undertaken. Failure to comply with the electronic process may delay or eliminate you from joining the DPS. Applications from Contractors to join the DPS must be received in accordance with the relevant instructions no later than the time and date indicated. II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: At this time there are no specific projects or programmes information will be made available to the Economic Operator(s) as appropriate Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability List and brief description of selection criteria: Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents. Under the DPS the Council will require compliance with its policies and procedures and Contractors are advised and encouraged to satisfy themselves that they understand all of the requirements of the DPS before submitting their application. Minimum level(s) of standards required: Ensure compliance with all Health and Safety and other legislative requirements. III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession III.2.2) Contract performance conditions The specific requirements for individual contract performance conditions that maybe procured under the DPS cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however full details (if applicable on a contract by contract basis) will be available via the mini competitions and associated Invitation to Tender documentation. III.2.3) Information about staff responsible for the performance of the contract Obligation to indicate the names and professional qualifications of the staff assigned to performing the contract Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the setting up of a dynamic purchasing system IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 15/12/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.3) Estimated date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates Date: 01/02/2018 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN CY IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 6 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes Estimated timing for further notices to be published: The Council reserves the right to extend or shorten the DPS validity period at its own discretion. VI.2) Information about electronic workflows Electronic ordering will be used Electronic invoicing will be accepted Electronic payment will be used VI.3) Additional information The procurement is to be processed in accordance with the Public Contract Regulations 2015 (the Regulations)in line with the Restricted Procedure Regulation 28 and Dynamic Purchasing Systems Regulation 34. Contractors must express an interest in this DPS by completing the following: 1.Log in to the Proactis Supplier Portal at https://supplierlive.proactisp2p.com/Account/Login 2.Click the ‘Sign Up’ option on the Portal homepage (If already registered go to point 11). 3.Enter your correct Organisation Name, Details and Primary Contact Details. 4.Please make a note of the Organisation ID and User Name, then click ‘Register’. 5.You will then receive an email from the system asking you to follow a link to activate your account. 6.Please enter the information requested, clicking on the blue arrow to move on to the next stage and follow the instructions ensuring that you enter all applicable details. 7.In the Classification section please ensure that you select the Product Classification Codes (CPV Codes) that appear in the tender notice, it is essential that only CPV Codes specific to your organisation are added to your profile. 8.Buyer Selection. At this stage you are required to indicate which Buyer Organisations you would like to register with. Please remember to register with Caerphilly to ensures that you will be alerted to all relevant opportunities. 9.Terms & Conditions. Read the terms & conditions of the use of this Supplier Portal and tick the box to denote you have read and understood the terms and that you agree to abide by them. If you do not agree you cannot complete the registration process. Once you have agreed click on the blue arrow to move on to the next stage. 10.Insert a password for the admin user and repeat it. The password MUST be between 6 and 50 characters in length. It must contain at least 2 number(s). Once completed select ‘Complete Registration’ and you will enter the Supplier Home page. 11.From the Home Page, go to the ‘Opportunities’ icon, all current opportunities will be listed. Click on the blue arrow under the field ‘Show Me’ of the relevant opportunity then click to register your interest on the applicable button. 12.Refresh your screen by clicking on the opportunities icon located on the left hand side, to view the opportunity click the blue arrow. 13.Note the closing date for completion of the relevant project. To find all available documentation please drop down the ‘Request Documents’ option and click to download all documents. 14.You can now either complete your response or ‘Decline’ this opportunity. All queries are to be made via the messaging system on the Proactis portal. Please note we will not accept any questions/queries via telephone/email. Supplier guides are available via the portal and this contract notice detailing how to use the eTender system. If you require assistance please contact Natasha Ford 01443 863075 — fordn@caerphilly.gov.uk or the procurement team on 01443 863161. Procurement Clinics are also available should you require further assistance when completing and submitting your tender or for general tendering advice aside from this process. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=71773. Under the terms of this contract the successful supplier(s) will be required to deliver Community Benefits in support of the authority’s economic and social objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. The Community Benefits included in this contract are: If appropriate and depending on requirements Community Benefits will be included in subsequent mini competitions. (WA Ref:71773) The buyer considers that this contract is suitable for consortia bidding. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Caerphilly County Borough Council Penallta House, Tredomen Park, Ystrad Mynach Hengoed CF82 7PG UK Telephone: +44 1443863161 Fax: +44 1443863167 Internet address(es) URL: www.caerphilly.gov.uk VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 13/11/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: knibba@caerphilly.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 03100000Agricultural and horticultural productsAgricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products 77000000Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural servicesAgriculture and Food 39293300Artificial grassArtificial products 43413000Concrete or mortar mixersMineral-processing machinery 44114200Concrete productsConcrete 45236230Flatwork for gardensFlatwork 24457000FungicidesAgro-chemical products 77314100Grassing servicesGrounds maintenance services 77314000Grounds maintenance servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas 43325100Grounds-maintenance equipmentPark and playground equipment 77342000Hedge trimmingTree pruning and hedge trimming 03120000Horticultural and nursery productsAgricultural and horticultural products 03121000Horticultural productsHorticultural and nursery products 77300000Horticultural servicesAgricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services 48100000Industry specific software packageSoftware package and information systems 71420000Landscape architectural servicesUrban planning and landscape architectural services 71421000Landscape gardening servicesLandscape architectural services 45112700Landscaping workExcavating and earthmoving work 45112714Landscaping work for cemeteriesExcavating and earthmoving work 45112712Landscaping work for gardensExcavating and earthmoving work 45112710Landscaping work for green areasExcavating and earthmoving work 45112711Landscaping work for parksExcavating and earthmoving work 45112723Landscaping work for playgroundsExcavating and earthmoving work 45112722Landscaping work for riding areasExcavating and earthmoving work 45112730Landscaping work for roads and motorwaysExcavating and earthmoving work 45112713Landscaping work for roof gardensExcavating and earthmoving work 45112720Landscaping work for sports grounds and recreational areasExcavating and earthmoving work 03121100Live plants, bulbs, roots, cuttings and slipsHorticultural products 03441000Ornamental plants, grasses, mosses or lichensForestry products 37410000Outdoor sports equipmentSports goods and equipment 43325000Park and playground equipmentConstruction equipment 77313000Parks maintenance servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas 24451000PesticidesAgro-chemical products 77310000Planting and maintenance services of green areasHorticultural services 37535200Playground equipmentRoundabouts, swings, shooting galleries and other fairground amusements 44114100Ready-mixed concreteConcrete 50870000Repair and maintenance services of playground equipmentMiscellaneous repair and maintenance services 77315000Seeding servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas 03111000SeedsCrops, products of market gardening and horticulture 03451300ShrubsPlants 45111200Site preparation and clearance workDemolition, site preparation and clearance work 45111213Site-clearance workDemolition, site preparation and clearance work 77341000Tree pruningTree pruning and hedge trimming 77340000Tree pruning and hedge trimmingHorticultural services 77211600Tree seedingServices incidental to logging 77211300Tree-clearing servicesServices incidental to logging 77211400Tree-cutting servicesServices incidental to logging 77211500Tree-maintenance servicesServices incidental to logging 03452000TreesTree-nursery products 71400000Urban planning and landscape architectural servicesArchitectural, construction, engineering and inspection services 45233229Verge maintenance workConstruction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads 77312000Weed-clearance servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas 77312100Weed-killing servicesWeed-clearance services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1016Gwent Valleys (Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly) Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Tender for the provision of Catering, Cleaning and Security Services — Revised November 2012.

Dyfed Powys Police Authority | Published November 6, 2012  -  Deadline December 3, 2012
cpvs
55300000, 55500000, 55520000, 55523000, 79710000, 79715000, 90910000, 90911000, 98341110

Dyfed-Powys Police Authority have revised the specification and service requirements since the original procurement exercise/PQQ was published back in August 2012. A new procurement exercise has now been created to incorporate these changes and an updated Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) has been developed (pqq-30617) which replaces the original PQQ (pqq_30464). The tender will now be packaged into nine separate lots as follows: Lot 1 Catering Service at Force HQ (including the Pembrokeshire Cafe and Powys Diner); Lot 2 Catering Service at Strategic Co-ordination Centre (Café area and provision of buffet and hospitality services for Training/Conferencing); Lot 3 Cleaning Service at Force HQ (including main building at Force HQ, Strategic Co-ordination Centre and Force Communications Centre); Lot 4 Cleaning Service in Carmarthenshire — Police Stations and Premises; Lot 5 Cleaning Service in Pembrokeshire — Police Stations and Premises; Lot 6 Cleaning Service in Ceredigion — Police Stations and Premises; Lot 7 Cleaning Service in Powys — Police Stations and Premises; Lot 8 Window Cleaning Services; Lot 9 Security Services; The following information provides a brief overview of the revised service requirements: Background Information: The Dyfed-Powys Police Authority (the Authority) is inviting tenders for the provision of Catering, Cleaning and Security. The contract will run for a period of three years, with the option to extend for a further three years on an annual basis and at the Authority’s discretion, and commences on 1.7.2013. The estimated lifetime value of contract of 2 700 000 GBP is the total projected value for all lots (1-9) for the duration of the contract (including option to extend for a further period of up to 3 years). Police Headquarters, Llangunnor, Carmarthen, is the command and administrative centre of the Force, which has an establishment of 1,143 police officers and 751 support staff, a total of 1 894 with some 554 working at the Headquarters. Some of these staff are part time and/or shift workers. The building is located approximately 1 mile from Carmarthen town and there are no alternative catering facilities in the immediate area. The Headquarters is a purpose built administrative building, occupied in April 1987 and comprises offices, a residential unit for training and conference purposes as well as social purposes. The Strategic Co-ordination Centre (SCC) was officially opened in September, 2011 by the First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones. The building which is WAG funded is one of three SCC’s within Wales one being operational in North Wales and the other in Cardiff. The building was occupied by DPP staff last November, which includes the Force Chief Officer Staff (Chief Constable, Deputy, Assistant and Director of Finance). The building has large conferencing facilities available together with prestigious state of the art training technology. The building will be utilised for Emergency activation for Major Incidents and also exercises on a multi-agency basis involving all emergency services, military and other public authorities. The SCC is also utilised on a daily basis for Training and Conferencing. The SCC is currently being used by the majority of internal departments and external partner agencies such as Mid and West Wales Fire & Rescue, Welsh Ambulance Service, Environment Agency, County Council, Local Resilience Forums and Welsh Government. The facility at the SCC is very modern building delivering a high level of service delivery therefore the services required will need to match this service expectation. The Authority will be actively marketing the facilities for Meetings/Seminars and Conferencing to include Training facilities for staff within the Public and Private Sectors. Lot 1 – Catering Service – Force Headquarters: Catering requirements are in relation to: (i) Office personnel (ii) Residential personnel (iii) Other functions Office Personnel: Of the total number of staff engaged on site, approximately 554 are employed on an 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. basis, Monday to Friday. The Authority requires a Catering Service to be made available during office hours. Between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. there are approximately 6 to 10 people working in the Communications Centre (a separate building located on the Headquarters site) at any one time. Saturday and Sunday there are approximately 6 to 12 people working in the Communication Centre at any one time. The Communications Centre is a shared facility with both Fire and Ambulance Service. Fire personnel has a total of 13 officers working 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. – 24/7 every day of the week. Seven officers working night duty 6 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Up to 6 officers attend a training day where lunch is provided and the training can last up to 4 weeks. Ambulance personnel have up to 55 officers on a day time shift and 13 officers working night duty – 24/7 every day of the week. The only office personnel working on site at weekends and Bank Holidays will be the Dyfed-Powys Communications Centre personnel together with other Emergency Services personnel i.e. Fire and Ambulance as mentioned above. All income from such sales will be retained by the Contractor. Residential personnel: Normal weekly requirement for each residential student will entail 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 4 evening meals. There is no requirement for breakfast Monday mornings or an evening meal Friday. Estimated numbers will normally be available up to one week in advance. On occasions students are accommodated in local hotels, therefore no breakfast requirements would be needed, but lunch and evening meals would need to be provided. Due to times of austerity there are no set intakes of students or set student numbers for training courses held. Training is now arranged ‘on demand’. Based on projected recruitment needs, it is proposed there will be an intake of 18 officers in 2012/13, and 36 officers in 2013/14. Please note that these figures are not definitive and may be subject to change. Other Functions: Emergency Services — The Contractor shall be prepared, upon short notice, to supply refreshments and/or meals for large numbers of operational officers, in the event of such a requirement. This may occur within normal catering hours in which event the agreed prices shall apply. At other periods, including weekends, or when the service is to be provided other than at Force Headquarters, this also includes the SCC when potentially a call out of staff could result at any time during the night. Charges will be between the Contractor and the authorised officer but pricing proposals will be transparent and based on actual costs for food and labour required. The Contractor will be responsible for providing catering services in the event of a Major Incident i.e. activation of SCC and all meals to be provided for staff will be catered from the Force HQ – Powys Dinner/Pembrokeshire Café (there will be a requirement to transport meals to either SCC or Force Communications Centre both buildings are on site). Special Functions — The Contractor shall, by prior arrangement, be prepared to provide lunches and dinners as and when required. The Contractor shall agree the menus for such catering with the organiser and recover the cost direct following consultation with the Contracts Officer. Full details of the level of service required will be provide at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 1 – Catering Services at Force HQ (including the Pembrokeshire Cafe and Powys Diner). Lot 2 – Catering Service – Strategic Co-ordination Centre (Café area and provision of buffet and hospitality services for Training/Conferencing). The Contractor will be responsible for providing a Café service to members of staff located within the building other customers from other areas of HQ Site also use the facility. A high number of Conferences are frequently held together with Training Courses to which the Contractor will be requested to provide buffets/working lunches and hospitality. N.B. the kitchen area has limited capacity and equipment to cater for large numbers. Where large numbers are to be catered for, food may need to be prepared off site and delivered on a timely basis. The Authority will be actively marketing the facilities of the SCC for Meetings/Seminars and Conferencing to include Training facilities for staff within the Public and Private Sectors. The successful contractor will be expected to provide catering for these events as and when required. The Catering Service provided for lot 2 will be at nil cost to Dyfed-Powys Police Authority. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 2 – Catering Services at Strategic Co-ordination Centre (Café area and provision of buffet and hospitality services for Training/Conferencing). Lots 3 to 7 — Provision of Cleaning Services. The Contractor shall be responsible for the provision of all plant, labour, equipment and cleaning materials necessary for the proper execution of the work. Full details of the level of service required, together with cleaning areas and accessibility will be provide at the invitation to Tender stage. N.B. The Authority is currently undertaking an Estates Rationalisation resulting in Station closures. Some closures have already been implemented; however, it may be likely that others may occur during the duration of the Contract period. Lot 3 – Cleaning Services – Force Headquarters (HQ Site, SCC & Force Communications Centre). Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services at Force Headquarters. The range of services required include but are not limited to: — General office cleaning, — Accommodation services, — Periodic cleaning as required. Cleaning the Dyfed-Powys Police Force Headquarters including the SCC and Force Communications Centre (FCC) (The FCC will require weekend working), which involves an overall area of approx. 12,694.31 m². Provide a housekeeping service (Police HQ Accommodation Block with 29 bedrooms) which will consist of bed making, changing and control of laundry and linen, please note that the Authority have a contract in place for the provision of Laundry Services. The Authority are in the process of acquiring additional premises near Police Headquarters further details will be provided within the Tender documentation. There will be a requirement for cleaning services at these premises. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 3 – Cleaning Services at Force HQ (including main building at Force HQ, Strategic Co-ordination Centre and Force Communications Centre). Lot 4 Cleaning Services – Carmarthenshire — Police Stations and Premises. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services to a varied range of properties within Carmarthenshire. Properties range from a singled manned Police office to other premises i.e. Industrial Units. The range of services required include but are not limited to: — General office cleaning, — Custody Suites including Cells, — Periodic cleaning as required. The Contractor is to carry out the cleaning of Police Buildings as detailed below: Divisional HQ – Friar’s Park. Burry Port. Pembrey – Helicopter Unit. Cross Hands. Cross Hands – Safety Camera Partnership. Cross Hands — Roads Policing. Kidwelly. Llandovery. Llanelli. Llwynhendy. Morfa. St. Clears. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 4 – Cleaning Service in Carmarthenshire — Police Stations and Premises. Lot 5 Cleaning Services – Pembrokeshire — Police Stations and Premises. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services to a varied range of properties within Pembrokeshire. Properties range from a singled manned Police office to other premises i.e. Industrial Units. The range of services required include but are not limited to: — General office cleaning, — Specialist Cleaning – Removal of DNA, — Custody Suites including Cells, — Periodic cleaning as required. The Contractor is to carry out the cleaning of Police Buildings as detailed below: Divisional HQ – Haverfordwest. Fishguard. Fishguard Port. Crymych. Milford Haven. Narberth. Pembroke Dock. Cleddau Victim Suite – Pembroke Dock. Pembroke Dock Port. Tenby. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 5 – Cleaning Service in Pembrokeshire — Police Stations and Premises. Lot 6 Cleaning Services – Ceredigion — Police Stations and Premises. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services to a varied range of properties within Ceredigion. Properties range from a singled manned Police office to other premises i.e. Industrial Units. The range of services required include but are not limited to: — General office cleaning, — Specialist Cleaning – Removal of DNA, — Custody Suite including Cells, — Periodic cleaning as required. The Contractor is to carry out the cleaning of Police Buildings as detailed below: Divisional HQ – Aberystwyth. Aberaeron. Cardigan. Lampeter. Llandysul. Machynlleth. Newcastle Emlyn. Penparcau. Victim Suite – Bow Street. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 6 – Cleaning Service in Ceredigion — Police Stations and Premises. Lot 7 Cleaning Services – Powys — Police Stations and Premises. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services to a varied range of properties within Powys. Properties range from a singled manned Police office to other premises i.e. Industrial Units. The range of services required include but are not limited to: — General office cleaning, — Custody Suites including Cells, — Periodic cleaning as required. The Contractor is to carry out the cleaning of Police Buildings as detailed below: Divisional HQ – Brecon. Builth Wells. Crickhowell. Hay On Wye. Llanfyllin. Knighton. Llanidloes. Newtown. Presteigne. Rhayader. Welshpool. Ystradgynlais. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 7 – Cleaning Service in Powys — Police Stations and Premises. Lot 8 – Window Cleaning Services. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide window cleaning services to a varied range of properties within the Force area. Properties range from Force Headquarters, SCC, FCC, Divisional Headquarters, Police Stations, Police Premises (i.e. Industrial Units). Windows to be cleaned inside and outside. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. TUPE does not apply to Lot 8 – Window Cleaning Services. Lot 9 – Security – Force HQ. Force Headquarters during normal working hours will be occupied by personnel working Monday to Friday. The Accommodation Block is occupied for Residential Students Monday through to Thursdays. Whilst Student Residence are on site, there is a requirement for a Duty/Security Officer to be present to carry out the task of Security and Fire Marshalling. Nightly security checks will include office accommodation, lights, and windows. Perimeter checks will include Vehicle Car Passes and the reporting of unauthorised vehicles on site. Inspections throughout the night will be undertaken, reports of anything suspicious will be reported through to the Force Communication Centre Duty Inspector. Tour of duty will commence at 7 p.m. through to 7 a.m. On occasions there will be ad hoc requests for covering outside of these times, this involves the supervision of onsite contractors and also pre-arranged weekend working. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. TUPE does not apply to Lot 9 – Security – Force HQ. Community Benefits do not apply to this contract.

Ongoing Applications for the Provision of Temporary Accommdation for Homeless People in Wrexham

Wrexham County Borough Council | Published August 14, 2019
cpvs
55250000

Wrexham County Borough Council (the Purchaser) is seeking qualified Providers, licensed under the ‘Rent Smart Wales’ scheme, to join a formal Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS), providing temporary accommodation for homeless households. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Emergency Accommodation (bed and breakfast-type accommodation) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 55110000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL23 Main site or place of performance: The Purchaser is seeking properties primarily in Wrexham County Borough but it will also consider accommodation in neighbouring boroughs, if necessary. II.2.4) Description of the procurement - Fully furnished en-suite rooms of various sizes without cooking facilities - Spot-purchased and paid for on a nightly basis - Rate is inclusive of all charges These rooms are used on an emergency basis for all household types; the length of use for and paid for on a nightly basis. The nightly rate quoted is inclusive of bills. This covers water, gas, electric and council tax. The Provider agrees to manage and pay for these expenses. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) model provides flexibility both for the Council and Providers as new Providers can, having met the inclusion and selection criteria, join the DPS throughout its duration. It will remain open for a period of 4 years and there is no limit to the number of Providers included on it. Any Provider that is unsuccessful when applying to join may reapply at any time. II.2.5) Award criteria Criteria below: Price II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Short Term Accommodation (Shared Housing) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 98341000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL23 Main site or place of performance: The Purchaser is seeking properties primarily in Wrexham County Borough but it will also consider accommodation in neighbouring boroughs, if necessary. II.2.4) Description of the procurement - Fully furnished en-suite rooms of various sizes - Kitchen facilities available to occupants - Supplier-Managed - Spot-purchased and paid for on a nightly basis - Rate is inclusive of all charges – utility, council tax II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 3 II.2.1) Title Annexes II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 55250000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL23 Main site or place of performance: The Purchaser is seeking properties primarily in Wrexham County Borough but it will also consider accommodation in neighbouring boroughs, if necessary. II.2.4) Description of the procurement - Unfurnished and fully furnished self-contained accommodation of all sizes - Spot purchased and paid on a nightly basis - Licensee to be responsible for utility and council tax when in occupation II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged minimum number: 5 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the setting up of a dynamic purchasing system IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2019/S 111-273342 IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 10/08/2023 Local time: 09:00 IV.2.3) Estimated date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates Date: 10/08/2023 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN CY Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.2) Information about electronic workflows Electronic invoicing will be accepted Electronic payment will be used VI.3) Additional information The Purchaser is facing increasing demand for temporary accommodation and is seeking to use a new approach with a flexible, reactive service for initial short-term housing and a proactive strategy to procure increased numbers of Private Sector-Leased properties to provide longer-term solutions for homeless families. The contract falls under the Lighter Touch Regime of the EU Regulations 2015 and will be procured in-line with light touch requirements. The DPS will be managed with a mixture of mini-competitions, property offers and negotiated agreements with providers, using a flexible approach to match the needs of the fast moving and challenging service. The contract will be managed by the Purchaser’s Homelessness Team and will comprise of Emergency Accommodation, Short-term Accommodation and Annexes. Definitions of these property types, as accepted by the Purchaser, are included in this notice and in the tender documentation. The Purchaser is seeking properties primarily in Wrexham County Borough but it will also consider accommodation in neighbouring boroughs, if necessary. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) model provides flexibility both for the Council and Providers as new Providers can, having met the inclusion and selection criteria, join the DPS throughout its duration. It will remain open for a period of 4 years and there is no limit to the number of Providers included on it. Any Provider that is unsuccessful when applying to join may reapply at any time. The Purchaser is looking for tender applications from Providers that are able to meet the required service outcomes, as detailed below, for the Provision of Temporary Accommodation for Wrexham County Borough Council’s Homeless Clients. Wrexham County Borough Council (the Purchaser) is looking to appoint those Providers onto a DPS that can provide the various types of temporary accommodation required to meet its obligations. The DPS will run for a period of 4 years As part of the Purchaser’s statutory obligations, under part 7 of the Housing Act 1996, as amended in 2002, (section 188, and temporary interim accommodation) it must provide a range of accommodation assistance for disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of the community who have, in one way or another, become homeless. These groups include: - Families. - Persons with chaotic issues. - Single persons. - Persons with a disability. All of the accommodation must be self-contained, catering for a single person/s or a family (usually no more than 2 adults with 3 children). All temporary accommodation must ideally be located within Wrexham County Borough although property outside the County Borough will be considered. The type of requirement and service provision will vary, depending on the needs of the client. Full details of this are provided in the Service Specification. The accommodation Provider/s must be able to offer 24-hour, emergency provision of temporary, interim accommodation, as and when required, for 7 days a week. This could be outside of the Purchaser’s normal working hours which are between 09:00 and 17:00, Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). This is a reactive service which is unpredictable in nature. Accommodation may be required for one or more nights, with most stays being less than seven nights, but can be longer if required. NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=94783 (WA Ref:94783) VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Wrexham County Borough Council Commissioning Procurement and Contract Management Unit, Lampbit Street Wrexham LL11 1AR UK Telephone: +44 1978292792 VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 12/08/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: julia.curtis@wrexham.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 98341000Accommodation servicesAccommodation and office services 55110000Hotel accommodation servicesHotel services 55250000Letting services of short-stay furnished accommodationCamping sites and other non-hotel accommodation Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1023Flintshire and Wrexham Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Gateway Housing Association — Grounds Maintenance, Tree Works and Associated Services

Gateway Housing Association | Published August 8, 2019
cpvs
77314000

Gateway Housing Association wish to appoint an experienced service provide to undertake grounds maintenance and tree works including grass cutting, hedge maintenance, flower and herbaceous bed and boarder maintenance, weed control, specialist tree works, on-going tree maintenance and other related works and services as required by Gateway Housing Association. Services are required at approximately 65 sites within the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham. It is intended that the contract established following the procurement will run for an initial term of 3 years, extendable for a further term of 2 years via annual extensions. Any extension will be at the discretion of Gateway HA. The estimated contract value is c. 100 000 GBP per annum (excluding VAT). Procurement for Housing have been appointed by Gateway Housing Association (‘Gateway HA’) to facilitate this tendering exercise. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 500 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 77314000 77340000 77312000 77211300 77211400 77211500 77314100 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKI Main site or place of performance: II.2.4) Description of the procurement As per Section — II.1.4) Short description. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 500 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2020 End: 31/03/2023 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: It is intended that the contract will run for an initial term of 3 years, extendable for a further term of 2 years via annual extensions. Any extension will be at the discretion of Gateway Housing Association. The estimated value included at Section II.2.6) — Estimated value for the maximum 5 year contract term. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 5 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: As detailed in the procurement documentation. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.2) Contract performance conditions As detailed in the procurement documentation. Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 09/09/2019 Local time: 16:00 IV.2.3) Estimated date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates Date: 30/09/2019 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 3 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes VI.3) Additional information Gateway Housing Association has been supporting communities to thrive since 1926. Gateway HA is an ambitious housing association with 3 000 homes in the heart of London’s East End. Gateway HA operate mostly in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets but have some properties in Hackney and Newham. These are made up of social rented homes, shared ownership homes and sheltered housing. Developing new homes is also a priority for Gateway HA and their current programme is on course to deliver 500 new homes by 2020. Gateway HA also run their own in-house maintenance service, Gateway Homeworks. The organistion’s focus is on 'supporting communities to thrive'. That's why they invest so much in community projects for their resident groups and young people each year, making them much more than a landlord. Gateway HA are the biggest provider of sheltered housing in Tower Hamlets, and were the first registered provider of older persons’ shared ownership in the borough. Residents are at the heart of all Gateway HA do. Gateway has demonstrated over the years’ considerable commitment to engaging customers in the development and review of the service it offers. A selection of types of activities includes; Board (where it has residents representation), Residents’ Scrutiny Panel, Sheltered Housing Forum, Repairs and Maintenance Panel, Leaseholders’ Panel, Residents’ Associations and Groups etc. In addition, their digital training suite, The Zone, helps Gateway HA to deliver their STEP (Support to Employment Programme) for local people. Gateway HA support residents impacted by Welfare Reform through in-house welfare and income support team and partnership agencies. The organisations commitment to helping residents with welfare support and gaining sustainable employment has been recognised nationally with Gateway HA being shortlisted in 2018 for the 24 Housing Welfare Wise Awards. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Royal Courts of Justice Strand London WC2A 2LL UK VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: Gateway Housing Association will incorporate a standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract is communicated to tenderers. That notification will provide full information on the award decision. The standstill period, which will be for a minimum of 10 calendar days, provides time for unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered into. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No 102) provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales, and Northern Ireland). VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 07/08/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: pconway@inprovagroup.com Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 77314100Grassing servicesGrounds maintenance services 77314000Grounds maintenance servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas 77340000Tree pruning and hedge trimmingHorticultural services 77211300Tree-clearing servicesServices incidental to logging 77211400Tree-cutting servicesServices incidental to logging 77211500Tree-maintenance servicesServices incidental to logging 77312000Weed-clearance servicesPlanting and maintenance services of green areas Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. $('.rtsUL').attr('role', 'tablist'); $('.rtsLink').each(function (i, obj) { $(obj).attr("aria-controls", "ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_tab_StandardNoticeView1_Page" + (i + 1)); $(obj).attr("role", "tab"); $(obj).attr("tabindex", "0"); }); $('.MultiPage').each(function (i, obj) { $(obj).attr("aria-labelledby", "Tab" + (i + 1)); $(obj).attr("role", "tabpanel"); $(obj).attr("tabindex", "0"); }); $('.rtsLI').each(function (i, obj) { $(obj).attr("role", "presentation"); }); $("a[role='tab']").click(function () { $("a[role='tab']").attr("aria-selected", "false"); $(this).attr("aria-selected", "true"); var tabpanid = $(this).attr("aria-controls"); var tabpan = $("#" + tabpanid); $("div[role='tabpanel']").attr("aria-hidden", "true"); tabpan.attr("aria-hidden", "false"); }); $("a[role='tab']").keydown(function (ev) { if (ev.which == 13) { $(this).click() } }); $("a[role='tab']").keydown(function (ev) { if ((ev.which == 39) || (ev.which == 37)) { var selected = $(this).attr("aria-selected"); if (selected == "true") { $("a[aria-selected='false']").attr("aria-selected", "true").focus(); $(this).attr("aria-selected", "false"); var tabpanid = $("a[aria-selected='true']").attr("aria-controls"); var tabpan = $("#" + tabpanid); $("div[role='tabpanel']").attr("aria-hidden", "true"); tabpan.attr("aria-hidden", "false"); } } }); window.onload = function () { $('li[aria-level="0"').each(function (i, obj) { $(obj).removeAttr("aria-level"); }); } Copyright © Sell2Wales window.onload = function () { $('li[aria-level="0"').each(function (i, obj) { $(obj).removeAttr("aria-level"); }); } Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Notices – Registration & Enquiries| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Proactis 2019 window.jQuery || document.write('') //

IP Track Delivery — Track Works

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd | Published July 2, 2019
cpvs
45234116

Rail systems alliances to undertake track and associated works on the GB rail infrastructure over the next 10 years, predominantly in line with NR's control period 6 (2019 - 2024) and control period 7 (2024 - 2029). II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 5 000 000 000.00 GBP II.2) Description Lot No: 1, 2 & 3 II.2.1) Title IP Track Delivery — Rail Systems Alliances II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45234100 45234115 45234116 71311230 71320000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement The scope covers site investigation, survey, design, planning and installation of track works, i.e. any of the renewal, removal, refurbishment or new installation of plain line track, track drainage or switches and crossings by whatever means. This is including, but not limited to, the following associated track work items: Re-alignment, lifting and lowering of track, OHLE/ETE/3rd Rail, signalling and telecoms including plug and play, electrification and power for points heating and remote condition monitoring, removal, replacement or new installation of lineside plant such as rail lubricators, fencing and rail crossings – road, access and pedestrian crossings, civils associated with these activities; cabinet bases, walkways, troughing routes, under track crossings, platform works, OHLE portal/signal foundations and longitudinal/wheel timber bridges. This also includes the following standalone items, i.e. not in association with track works: Track drainage renewal, removal, refurbishment or new installation, track bed stabilisation – works to track formation and sub-structure, rail crossings – road, access and pedestrian crossings. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: ITT Stage 1: Technical / Weighting: 75 % Quality criterion: ITT Stage 2: Collaborative behavioural assessment / Weighting: 60 % Cost criterion: ITT Stage 1: Commercial / Weighting: 25 % Cost criterion: ITT Stage 2: Commercial / Weighting: 40 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Negotiated with call for competition IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement with a single operator. IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2018/S 115-262492 Section V: Award of contract Lot No: Lot 1 North Contract No: IPTRK-NTR001 Title: Programme Alliance Agreement for the North Rail Systems Alliance A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 05/06/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 1 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 1 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Babcock Rail Ltd London UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Arcadis Consulting (UK) Ltd London UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: Lot 2 - Central Contract No: IPTRK-NTR002 Title: Programme Alliance Agreement for the Central Rail Systems Alliance A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 28/05/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Balfour Beatty Rail Ltd London UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Atkins Ltd Epsom UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor TSO SAS Chelles FR NUTS: FR The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: Lot 3 South Contract No: IPTRK-NTR003 Title: Programme Alliance Agreement for the South Rail Systems Alliance A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 28/05/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Colas Rail Ltd London UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor AECOM Ltd London UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information 5 000 000 000 GBP is the anticipated combined value of all 3 lots for the 10 years of the agreements including both renewal works and enhancements schemes. Adjacent works: Network rail may instruct the alliance to undertake track works in an adjacent Area where it is value for money and otherwise practical to do so. Network rail will take into account the various alliances’ capacity, resources and geographic accessibility. Likewise an Alliance in an adjacent Area may be instructed to undertake adjacent works (in the alliance’s area) on a similar basis. Additional works: Where network rail considers appropriate, an alliance (or participant within an alliance) may be invited to enter into a new contract with network rail to undertake track works in the area or in an adjacent Area. Such a new contract with network rail may be solely with that participant (or all participants), or may include other designers and/or contractors. An Additional works contract may be based on any of network rail’s standard terms and conditions amended accordingly, including NR21 requiring that participant (or all participants) to enter into another alliance agreement with network rail (or join an existing alliance). VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body The High Court London UK VI.4.2) Body responsible for mediation procedures The High Court London WC2A 1AA UK VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: Network Rail incorporated a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period prior to entering into these Framework Agreements. VI.4.4) Service from which information about the review procedure may be obtained The High Court London WC2A 1AA UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 27/06/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: IPTProcurement@networkrail.co.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 71320000Engineering design servicesEngineering services 45234100Railway construction worksConstruction work for railways and cable transport systems 71311230Railway engineering servicesCivil engineering consultancy services 45234115Railway signalling worksConstruction work for railways and cable transport systems 45234116Track construction worksConstruction work for railways and cable transport systems Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Harwich Maintenance Dredging Framework 2018 to 2021.

Harwich Haven Authority | Published September 19, 2017
cpvs
45252124

Maintenance dredging in Harwich and Felixstowe, disposal to sea and to sites in the harbour; small scale plough and agitation dredging; associated hydrographic survey. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 24 000 000.00 GBP II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Harbour works Lot No: 1 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45252124 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH34 Main site or place of performance: Harwich and Felixstowe. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Dredging maintenance silt from harbour berths and approaches using plough / bed leveller and trailer suction hopper dredger(s) for disposal at sea. It is intended that a contract to remove approximately 1 200 000 m3 (in-hopper) will be issued in respect of each period of 6 months within the planned duration of the Framework (2018 — 2021). Lot 1 will also include the possibility of additional dredging as required of fine sand or sand and gravel, carried out in the approach channels and disposed to sea. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Economic and financial standing / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Details of vessels likely to be used to provide the Service / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Staff resource and skills / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Office and administrative support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Technical and operational support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Yard and stores location / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Health, safety and environmental policies / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Similar experience on maintenance dredging in the United Kingdom and north western Europe / Weighting: Pass/fail Cost criterion: Framework award was based on meeting quality criteria against the estimated cost. Precise costs will be a criterion for call-off contracts. / Weighting: N/A II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Sediment placement works Lot No: 2 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45252124 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH34 Main site or place of performance: Harwich and Felixstowe. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Dredging maintenance silt from harbour berths and approaches using a small trailer suction hopper dredger for disposal at designated sites in Harwich Harbour as beneficial sediment placements. Work is to dredge approximately 100 000 m3 (in-hopper) of maintenance silt and dispose of in sediment placement sites in the Harbour. It is intended that the works will be carried out in 3 separate operations between the beginning of November and the end of April for each year of the planned duration of the Framework (2018 — 2021). II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Economic and financial standing / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Details of vessels likely to be used to provide the Service / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Staff resource and skills / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Office and administrative support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Technical and operational support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Yard and stores location / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Health, safety and environmental policies / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Similar experience on maintenance dredging in the United Kingdom and north western Europe / Weighting: Pass/fail Cost criterion: Framework award was based on meeting quality criteria against the estimated cost. Precise costs will be a criterion for call-off contracts. / Weighting: N/A II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 3 II.2.1) Title Minor works Lot No: 3 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45252124 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH34 Main site or place of performance: Harwich and Felixstowe. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Deployment of water injection or other approved equipment for dredging in shallow areas including marina channels, areas of restricted access and around and under pontoons. Work is expected to take approximately 20 tides (6 hour periods around high water) per year but could be extended as required. This work is currently undertaken once per year in the early spring. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Economic and financial standing / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Details of vessels likely to be used to provide the Service / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Staff resource and skills / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Office and administrative support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Technical and operational support / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Yard and stores location / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Health, safety and environmental policies / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Similar experience on maintenance dredging in the United Kingdom and north western Europe / Weighting: Pass/fail Cost criterion: Framework award was based on meeting quality criteria against the estimated cost. Precise costs will be a criterion for call-off contract. / Weighting: N/A II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement with a single operator. IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 094-184890 Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 1 Title: Harwich Maintenance Dredging Framework 2018 to 2021. A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 08/08/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 10 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 2 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 9 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 1 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Oord UK Ltd Bankside House, Henfield Road, West Sussex Small Dole BN5 9XQ UK NUTS: UKJ27 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor A consortium consisting of Dutch Dredging BV, and Van der Kamp International Dredging BV Dr Langeveldplein 11 Sliedrecht 3361 HE NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Boskalis Westminster Ltd Westminster House, Crompton Way, Segensworth West, Hampshire Fareham PO15 5SS UK NUTS: UKJ35 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Den Herik Kust & Oeverwerken BV Industrieweg 24, P.O. 191, 3360 AD Sliedrecht 3361 HJ NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor UK Dredging Ltd Queen Alexandra House, Cargo Road Cardiff CF10 4LY UK NUTS: UKL22 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Rohde Nielsen A/S Nyhavn 20 Copenhagen K 1051 DK NUTS: DK011 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Jan De Nul NV Tragel 60, 9308 Hofstade-Aalst BE NUTS: BE231 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Land & Water Services Ltd Weston Yard, Albury, Surrey Guildford GU5 9AF UK NUTS: UKJ25 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor NewWaves Solutions Ltd Suite 37 Beaufort Court, Admiral's Way London E14 9XL UK NUTS: UKI31 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Dredging Corporation of India Ltd Dredge House, Port Area Visakhapatnam 530001 IN NUTS: 00 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 22 480 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 22 480 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 2 Title: Harwich Maintenance Dredging Framework 2018 to 2021. A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 08/08/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 10 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 2 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 9 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 1 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Oord UK Ltd Bankside House, Henfield Road, West Sussex Small Dole BN5 9XQ UK NUTS: UKJ27 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Boskalis Westminster Ltd Westminster House, Crompton Way, Segensworth West, Hampshire Fareham PO15 5SS UK NUTS: UKJ35 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Den Herik Kust & Oeverwerken BV Industrieweg 24, P.O. 191, 3360 AD Sliedrecht 3361 HJ NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor UK Dredging Ltd Queen Alexandra House, Cargo Road Cardiff CF10 4LY UK NUTS: UKL22 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Rohde Nielsen A/S Nyhavn 20 Copenhagen K 1051 DK NUTS: DK011 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Jan de Nul NV Tragel 60, 9308 Hofstade-Aalst BE NUTS: BE231 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Land and Water Services Ltd Weston Yard, Albury, Surrey Guildford GU5 9AF UK NUTS: UKJ25 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor NewWaves Solutions Ltd Suite 37 Beaufort Court, Admiral's Way London E14 9XL UK NUTS: UKI31 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor A consortium consisting of Dutch Dredging BV, and Van der Kamp International Dredging BV Dutch Dedging BV, Dr Langeveldplein 11 Sliedrecht 3361 HE NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Dredging Corporation of India Ltd Dredge House, Port Area Visakhapatnam 530001 IN NUTS: 00 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 1 200 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 1 200 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 3 Title: Harwich Maintenance Dredging Framework 2018 to 2021. A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 08/08/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 10 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 2 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 9 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 1 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Oord UK Ltd Bankside House, Henfield Road, West Sussex Small Dole UK NUTS: UKJ27 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor A consortium consisting of Dutch Dredging BV, and Van der Kamp International Dredging BV Dutch Dedging BV, Dr Langeveldplein 11 Sliedrecht 3361 HE NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Boskalis Westminster Ltd Westminster House, Crompton Way, Segensworth West, Hampshire Fareham PO15 5SS UK NUTS: UKJ35 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Van Den Herik Kust & Oeverwerken BV Industrieweg 24, P.O. 191, 3360 AD Sliedrecht 3361 HJ NL NUTS: NL33A The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor UK Dredging Ltd Queen Alexandra House, Cargo Road Cardiff CF10 4LY UK NUTS: UKL22 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Rohde Nielsen A/S Nyhavn 20 Copenhagen K 1051 DK NUTS: DK011 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Jan de Nul NV Tragel 60, 9308 Hofstade-Aalst BE NUTS: BE231 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Land and Water Services Ltd Weston Yard, Albury, Surrey Guildford GU5 9AF UK NUTS: UKJ25 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor NewWaves Solutions Ltd Suite 37 Beaufort Court, Admiral's Way London E14 9XL UK NUTS: UKI31 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Dredging Corporation of India Ltd Dredge House, Port Area Visakhapatnam 530001 IN NUTS: 00 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 320 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 320 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information This contract establishes a Framework Agreement for contractors who will subsequently bid for work packages. Entry to the Framework Agreement was based on meeting the Authority's minimum standards in respect of the criteria set out in section II.2.5 for each lot. The criteria set out includes both selection and award criteria which were evaluated in a single stage as part of this open procedure. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Royal Courts of Justice The Strand London WC2A 2LL UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 15/09/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: harbour.engineer@hha.co.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 45252124Dredging and pumping worksConstruction works for sewage treatment plants, purification plants and refuse incineration plants Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Contract for Grounds Maintenance and Landscape Services.

Bernicia Group | Published October 5, 2017
cpvs
45112700

Bernicia Homes comprehensive, reliable and value for money grounds maintenance and landscape services contract. Services including: — Grass cutting to general/communal areas, — Edging to grass plots and verges between junctions of the plot boundary and footpath/kerb areas, — Flower/rose/shrub bed maintenance, — Weed spraying, — Tree and hedge maintenance. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Lowest offer: 400 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 600 000.00 GBP II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC21 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Northumberland area. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC21 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Northumberland area — Wansbeck area. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 3 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC22 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Newcastle / North Tyneside areas. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 4 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC14 UKC2 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Durham, Tyne and Wear and Northumberland areas. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 5 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC23 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Wearside areas. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 6 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC14 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Durham areas. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 7 II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 45112700 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC1 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services to Durham and Teeside areas. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 123-249476 Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 1 Contract No: 1 Title: Contract for Grounds Maintenance and Landscape Services — Lot 1 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Northumberland County Council Morpeth UK NUTS: UKC The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 250 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 350 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 2 Contract No: 2 Title: Contract for Grounds Maintenance and Landscape Services — Lot 2 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Northumberland County Council Morpeth UK NUTS: UKC The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 250 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 350 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 3 Contract No: 3 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 1 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Glendale Countryside Management Ltd Lanscashire UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 150 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 200 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 4 Contract No: 4 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 4 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 1 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 4 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Glendale Countryside Management Ltd Lancashire UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 120 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 150 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 5 Contract No: 5 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 5 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 2 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 5 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Glendale Countryside Management Ltd Lancashire UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 220 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 250 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 6 Contract No: 6 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 6 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 3 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 6 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Glendale Countryside Management Ltd Lancashire UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 150 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 170 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 7 Contract No: 7 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 03/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 6 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 3 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 6 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Glendale Countryside Mangement Ltd Lancashire UK NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Lowest offer: 175 000.00 GBP / Highest offer: 200 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Bernicia Group Ltd Ashington UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 03/10/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: marie.cairns@bernicia.com Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 45112700Landscaping workExcavating and earthmoving work Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Building and facilities management services

The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime MOPAC | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 22, 2017
cpvs
79993000, 30192400, 39511100, 39830000, 42716000, 45452000, 60160000, 64000000, 64121100, 64122000, 75000000, 75240000, 75241000, 77000000, 77310000, 77314000, 79000000, 79520000, 79571000, 79700000, 79710000, 79990000, 79992000, 79993100, 90000000, 90520000, 90900000, 90911000, 90911100, 90911200, 90911300, 90914000, 90918000, 90919000, 90919100, 90919200, 90920000, 90922000, 98310000, 98311000, 98311100, 98311200, 98312000, 98340000, 98341100, 98341120

The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime as the contracting authority is tendering for soft services for facilities management. The Estate covers the 32 boroughs within Greater London and a number of locations on the outskirts.

The Framework consists of 5 Lots

Lot 1 The provision of cleaning services

Lot 2 The provision of grounds maintenance services

Lot 3 The provision of laundry and cell blanket services

Lot 4 The provision of security, mail, porterage, and front of house services

Lot 5 The provision of pest control services

Suppliers may bid for one lot, a selection of lots, or all of the lots

This framework is open for use by the following organisations:

Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)

London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA)

London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority will have the right to call-off under the framework agreement. However, MOPAC are unable to give an accurate indication of the demand.

Provide a hygienic and supportive environment for all users through the provision of cleaning services. The cleaning service includes but not limited to:

— Planned routine cleaning

— Reactive cleaning

— Periodic planned cleaning

— Provision of consumables

— Provision of consumables via call-off by MPS business groups

— Provision of other services and consumables related to cleaning and cleaning services

The service requires the above cleaning to be carried out across the estate which may include, but is not limited to, the following functional areas:

— Front offices and receptions

— Office accommodation

— Bathrooms, toilets, showers & wash areas

— Operational/overflow custody suites

— Window cleaning

— Decommissioned custody suites

— Victim examination suites and child support units

— 24 Hour communication centres (such as CCCs and police control rooms)

— Catering areas (excluding kitchens and severing areas)

— Industrial areas (includes workshops, garages, boatyards, helicopter pads etc.)

— Store rooms/drying rooms

— Residential accommodation

— Firing ranges (not including de-leading)

— Custody dog kennels & runs

— Forensic drying rooms and forensic examination rooms

— Gyms and dojo rooms

— Deep archive stores and property stores

— External public access areas, hard standing areas, back yards and light wells

— PC monitors and stands any other IT equipment cleaning, such as keyboards, PCs, etc. will be on a call-off basis)

The duration of this framework agreement is 48 months

The call off duration will be fixed for 36 or 60 months at the discretion of the Authority with up to two 12 month optional extensions

The value of MOPAC expenditure for this lot anticipated to be between £69,500,000

and £127,500,000.

Lot: 2 — The provision of grounds maintenance services:

Provide a grounds maintenance service which is responsive to seasonal weather and growing conditions. The service shall apply in various degrees of provision, and to differential service levels across the range of properties within the estate.

The grounds maintenance service consists of, but is not limited to, the following services:

— General horticultural service to soft landscaped areas

— Mature tree maintenance

— Immature trees (generally shrubs and hedges)grassed areas

— Green roofs

— Beds, borders, tubs, hanging baskets, etc.

— Beds, borders, brick / concrete free standing and fixed troughs & tubs, hanging baskets

— Internal plants

— General external cleanliness to external structures and surfaces

— Winter gritting and snow clearance

— Responsive service to events such as fallen trees and other hazards

— Provision of internal planting and Christmas decorations

— Responsive service to events such as fallen trees and other hazards, including notification of trees or vegetation posing a risk or threat to the MOPAC Estate from neighbouring properties.

— Identification and recording of any protected animal species or non-native invasive plant species occurring on the estate

— Provision of all other related grounds maintenance goods and services

The duration of this framework agreement is 48 months

The call off duration will be fixed for 36 or 60 months at the discretion of the Authority with up to two 12 month optional extensions

The value of MOPAC expenditure for this lot anticipated to be between £4,000,000

and £8,000,000.

The Authority requires the supplier to provide a cell blanket laundry services to respond to the needs of its custody suites and associated areas. The laundry services must consist of, but is not limited to:

— Purchasing and managing the stock of cell blankets and custody towels.

— Purchasing and managing the stock of linen (including; bottom sheets, top sheets, pillow cases, blankets, bed spreads, and mattress protectors) for residential properties.

— Laundering of the cell blankets, custody towels linen and other sundry items.

— Manage the supply and storage of a central contingency stock of clean cell blankets for emergency call off by the Authority, as required.

— Provision of all other related laundry and cell blankets goods and services.

The duration of this framework agreement is 48 months.

The call off duration will be fixed for 36 or 60 months at the discretion of the Authority with up to two 12 month optional extensions.

The value of MOPAC expenditure for this lot anticipated to be between 3 000 000 GBP and 6 500 000 GBP

The provision of security, mail, porterage, and front of house services:

The Authority requires the provision of a full (planned and reactive) security guarding, mail, porterage and front of house services. The planned and reactive services shall be provided on a 24/7/365 basis across the MPS Estate, The Estate covers the 32 boroughs of the Greater London area, and a number of other locations. The requirements for security services include, but are not limited to, the following:

Security services

— A staffed security presence, controlling access, egress and patrolling sites.

— Reporting of security incidents and suspicious activity.

— Reporting of security system failures at sites.

— Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) monitoring, operation and review.

— Operating site-based security management systems.

— Provision, installation, operation and management of site based electronic patrol monitoring systems for audit and reporting purposes.

— The implementation & assistance with fire and bomb threat evacuations (in conjunction with The Authority).

— Vacant site security guarding.

— Provision of all other security services relating to the Authority's Estate.

Mail

The receipt, sorting and regular internal distribution of mail within the sites (including small items such as courier-delivered packages, mobile telephones, batteries and toner cartridges being sent for recycling) The requirements for mail services include, but are not limited to, the following:

— Sorting and delivering mail items from multiple sources, including the MPS Dispatch Service,

— Mail screening contractors, couriers and legal document delivery services.

— Franking of outgoing mail in preparation for external mail service collection and for collection by external courier services.

Porterage services

The Authority requires a porterage service that offers a timely, responsive and pro-active system for receipt and movement of materials and goods around and between the sites. The Supplier shall provide integrated and flexible porterage service that support the Authority's business for the movement of materials and goods in a safe and professional manner.

The requirements for the porterage services include, but are not limited to:

— Conference room set-ups, movement of supplies, stationery and large mail parcels within the sites.

— Provision of porterage services to the sites and during the service times identified in the building services matrix.

— Receipt of all inward goods, to include, but not be limited to; supplies, stationery, internal deliveries (no single item to weigh greater than 25kg)

Front of house services The supplier shall act as the first point of contact between the Authority and users on arrival at an Authority site. The reception services shall provide an efficient and welcoming reception presence which will include, but not be limited to, the following:

— Meeting and greeting official visitors.

— Issuing and collecting returned visitor passes.

— Resolving visitor and staff queries.

— Maintaining the image and efficiency of the reception area.

— Programming security access passes for local access systems (at specified sites).

The duration of this framework agreement is 48 months.

The call off duration will be fixed for 36 or 60 months at the discretion of the Authority with up to two 12 month optional extensions.

The value of MOPAC expenditure for this lot anticipated to be between 57 000 000 GBP

and 105 000 000 GBP

The provision of pest control services:

The provision of planned and reactive services for all types of pest control on a 24/7/365 basis. Except where response times dictate an urgent attendance, work will normally be carried out between 08:00 and 18:00 to the MOPAC Estate. The Estate covers 32 boroughs within the Greater London area, and a number of other locations, more fully defined in the scope of works section.

The Supplier shall provide safe, efficient and, where possible, humane methods of catching, destroying and safely disposing of pests. The pest control service shall ensure all insect and rodent control systems shall be tamper resistant.

Planned Services

— The Supplier shall provide an effective service for deterring pigeons from the roosting, nesting or general perching

— To carry out an ongoing annual maintenance programme to fly a hawk on a weekly basis

Reactive Services

The Supplier shall provide a discrete reactive maintenance service, to respond to infestations from a full range of pests. Typical pests that have historically been experienced on the MOPAC Estate include, but are not limited to, the following:

— Insects including: flies, cockroaches, wasps and hornets, stored product insects such as moths, lice and mites, biscuit beetles, ants, fleas, dermestida (cleoptera),

— Rodents / mammals including: rats, mice, grey squirrels, bats (protected — seek advice from Natural England), foxes, moles, rabbits, badgers

— Birds (all nesting birds and their eggs are protected by legislation and must not be damaged, destroyed or moved) including: feral pigeons, magpies and rooks

— Limited reactive residential service

— Provision of any other specialist pest control requirements

The duration of this framework agreement is 48 months

The call off duration will be fixed for 36 or 60 months at the discretion of the Authority with up to two 12 month optional extensions

The value of MOPAC expenditure for this lot anticipated to be between £1,000,000

and £2,500,000.

Provision of Locomotive Hauled Services, Local Distribution Centres, Supply of Wagons, Seasonal Trea

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd | Published February 28, 2018
cpvs
60200000

Provision of infrastructure haulage services and associated services to support the enhancement, renewal, maintenance and clearance of the UK rail infrastructure. Also includes seasonal treatment services, local distribution centres, supply of rail wagons, ASMR wagon operation and Maintenance and breakdown and recovery (rail vehicles) services. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots The contracting authority reserves the right to award contracts combining the following lots or groups of lots: All lots. II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Local Distribution Centres, including provision of depots, shunting and marshalling plus management of the operations at the depot II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 60200000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement The management of rail operations at the distribution points (but not limited to) the provision of shunting services, the production of the shunting services plan for distribution points, Intra-site movements of trainsat distribution points containing material handling facilities and / or contractor or Network Rail depots, TOPS reporting, minor adjustment, such as brushing off loose ballast or minor adjustment / tightening of wagon strapson flat bed wagons. This lot includes the option for bidders to propose their own existing sites that can be used as rail distribution points or they can propose to purchase a current Network Rail location (Whitemoor, Eastleigh, Millerhill, Bescot or Kingmoor) or they can bid to be the operations management at the Network Rail depots (as already stated). II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2019 End: 31/03/2024 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 10 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: Up to 3 additional contract years will be included as options within this agreement. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Seasonal Treatment Services II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 60200000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement The operation, maintenance and out of season maintenance of the Network Rail owned seasonal treatment plant (combination of loco hauled and self-propelled) to deliver seasonal treatment services as required. Bidders in this lot may choose to propose an alternative delivery solution (rail borne) to deliver an end-to-end service to replace some or all of Network Rail's current Multipurpose delivery fleet. Current items of plant within Network Rail's fleet include: Multipurpose Vehicles (delivering autumn, winter and weedspray services), Rail Head Treatment Trains (delivering Autumn and Winter services), Snow and Ice Treatment Trains (delivering winter services), Beilhack and Independent Snowploughs, Minature Snowploughs and Winter Development Vehicle. Other Services required include: ice breaking, snowblowers, route proving, maintenance of water jetting pumps and associated services and additional support and maintenance services for Network Rail owned Multipurpose Vehicles. Note: Network Rail reserves the right to award some, none or all of the services / requirements within this lot. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2019 End: 31/03/2024 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 10 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: Up to 3 additional years will be included as options within the agreement (this will only be used if the Supplier proposes a new delivery solution to replace some or all of Network Rail's current Multipurpose Vehicles.). II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 3 II.2.1) Title Wagons II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 60200000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement Supply of rail wagons for transporting various materials and spoil to and from specific sites. The requirement in general terms is the transportation of ballast, sleepers, rail, track panels, spoil, rubble, scrap and ancillary equipment. A preferred method of fulfilling each requirement (i.e. new build, existing, conversion or modification) is not being specified, however any wagons offered must comply with the technical compliance requirements. The fleet of rail wagons that are required includes: 90 t Open Box Wagon (e.g. Falcon) x 1000 Sleeper / Track Panel Carrier Wagon x 350. Multiple Wagon System for Carrying Switches x 18. Ballast / Gravel / Sand Distribution Systems x 50. Material Carrying Low-sided Wagon x 250. Self-discharging Hopper Wagon x 50. Cable Laying Systems (2 systems) x variable quantity. The wagons are to be provided on a full maintaining lease basis (commercial terms to be provided within the tender for evaluation). Where tenderers cannot fulfil the total quantity of a particular wagon type, proposals to supply partial quantities of that wagon type may be considered (as stated in the technical specification) however all partial quantities of that wagon type offered should be of a significant enough quantity to be operationally viable to Network Rail, and a minimum quantity will be stated by Network Rail in each case. Network Rail reserves the right to award complete or partial quantities to single or multiple tenderers depending on which combination is the most economically or operationally advantageous, however no more than 3 contracts will be awarded per wagon type unless the total quantity cannot be achieved otherwise. Network Rail would like to explore the opportunity of introducing improvements (where practical and economical) which may not normally be included in existing wagon designs such as increasing the use of “track friendly” bogies or improvements from a Health and Safety aspect, for example, reducing the need for working at height, a dust suppression system for unloading ballast and wagon cross-walks etc. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2019 End: 31/03/2024 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 10 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: Up to 3 years will be inlcuded as options within the agreement. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 4 II.2.1) Title Infrastructure Haulage Services II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 60200000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement Includes the provision of the following services: possession services, network services, bulk ballast services (including Mussel wagon maintenance), High Output haulage and associated support services, operation of autoballasters and sidetippers and maintenance of ASMR wagons. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2019 End: 31/03/2024 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 10 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 5 II.2.1) Title Provision of Breakdown and Recovery Services (Rail vehicle) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 34600000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement Provision of Breakdown and Recovery Services which means recovery of rail vehicles in the case of but not limited to: crashes, derailments, wheel skating and breakdowns where the rail vehicle cannot be moved under its own power. he Services required shall be provided at various locations on and around the UK passenger and freight network including but not limited to: Network Rail's network, Any NRG rail network, Network Rail's industry partners and customers rail networks, depots, stabling points, and other customer sites. This agreement shall be held and managed by Network Rail and shall provision for services for and on behalf of Network Rail and any of their customers who require services to be operated under this agreement, including but not limited to: Train Operating Companies, Freight Operating Companies and Private Railway Companies. The services shall include the management of the service request, management of the incident (end-to-end recovery process), provision of appropriately trained staff, planning of services / equipment and attending site visits. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2019 End: 31/03/2024 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited Envisaged number of candidates: 10 II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Negotiated with call for competition IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement with several operators. Envisaged maximum number of participants to the framework agreement: 6 IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 23/03/2018 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 8 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd Milton Keynes UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 26/02/2018 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: natalie.phillips@networkrail.co.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 34600000Railway and tramway locomotives and rolling stock and associated partsTransport equipment and auxiliary products to transportation 60200000Railway transport servicesTransport services (excl. Waste transport) Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Accommodation Provision for PSL and NRPF

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham | Published June 21, 2019
cpvs
70210000

This contract is for the provision of residential properties for the purposes of private sector licensing and residents with no recourse to public funds. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 80 000 000.00 GBP II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title PSL II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 70210000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKI52 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Pursuant to Part VII of the Housing Act 1996 (as amended) and the Homelessness Reduction Act (HRA 2018), the Council has a statutory duty to provide accommodation to those in housing need, to prevent homelessness and to provide a range of housing options. The contractor and its properties (both furnished and unfurnished) used to discharge this duty must be in full compliance with all relevant housing standards and as contained within this specification. The contractor will be required to provide temporary accommodation and emergency and other accommodation as required to prevent homelessness on behalf of the Council. The contractor must ensure that all properties proposed to be used as temporary accommodation by the Council have full evidence that the property can be used for this purpose. Lack of evidence will be considered a material breach. Property standards at commencement and throughout occupation must ensure that the property is of reasonable occupiable standard and suitable quality and must comply with local, National and European Union regulations governing property standards and Health and Safety regulations. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 100 Price / Weighting: 0 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title NRPF II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 70210000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKI52 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Families with children under 18 who have no legal rights to remain in the United Kingdom or limited rights to make claims on public funds may present to Children’s Services in Local Authorities seeking assessments where they are destitute or have insufficient funds to meet their children’s needs. The families may be failed asylum seekers, European Economic Area nationals (EEA) or visa over-stayers with No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) which is a condition imposed by the UK Visas and Immigration service on a person who is subject to immigration control, giving them no entitlements to benefits or public housing. Where people are deemed to have NRPF under the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 and find themselves destitute. Families can apply to their local authority for support and they may turn to the Children’s Services under the following Acts: Section 17 Children Act 1989 which requires the local authority to identify and meet the needs of children in need in their local area. A destitute child will be in need and the local authority can be required to provide accommodation and subsistence to the child and their parents under this section. The contractor will be required to provide temporary accommodation and emergency and other accommodation as required to prevent homelessness on behalf of the Council. The contractor must ensure that all properties proposed to be used as temporary accommodation by the Council have full evidence that the property can be used for this purpose. Lack of evidence will be considered a material breach. Property standards at commencement and throughout occupation must ensure that the property is of reasonable occupiable standard (toilet and bathing facilities, electricity, heating, cooking, facilities, good state of repair, secure and have basic furnishing e.g. bed, chairs, table, etc.) and suitable quality and must comply with local, National and European Union regulations governing property standards and Health and Safety regulations. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 100 Price / Weighting: 0 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2018/S 221-506006 Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 1 Title: PSL A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 01/05/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 20 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Accommodation Plus Ltd Northfleet UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Apolonia Property Services Ltd Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Barry Stewart and Sons Ltd Barking UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Cromwood Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor D and G Lettings Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor DaBora Conway Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor ElliotLeigh Property Management Ltd Bow UM NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Finefair Consultancy Ltd Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Griha Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor House To Home Lettings Ltd Bexley UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Housing Britain Dagenham UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Imperial Portfolios Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Letting International Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Mears Ltd Welwyn Garden City UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Theori Investments Ltd Leyton TC NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor VirCap Estates Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Wentworth Estates Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor woollens Ltd Dagenham UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 60 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 2 Title: NRPF A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 01/06/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 20 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Apolonia Property Services Ltd Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Accommodation Plus Ltd Northfleet UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Barry Stewart and Sons Ltd Barking UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor D and G Lettings Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor ElliotLeigh Property Management Ltd Bow UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Finefair Consultancy Ltd Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Griha Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor House To Home Lettings Ltd Bexley UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Housing Britain Dagenham UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Imperial Portfolios Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Letting International Ltd London UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Mears Ltd Welwyn Garden City UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Wentworth Estates Ilford UK NUTS: UKI The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor VirCap Estates 16-18 The Drive Ilford IG1 3HT UK NUTS: UKI5 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body High Court Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand London WC2A 2LL UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 19/06/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: francis.parker@elevateeastlondon.co.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 70210000Residential property renting or leasing servicesRenting or leasing services of own property Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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Health services

East Staffordshire CCG on behalf of itself and the other contracting authority named in Section I.4 , II.1.5 and II.2.2 | Published July 17, 2014  -  Deadline August 22, 2014
cpvs
85100000

This description of scope is supplemented by the additional details included within the Memorandum of Information (MOI) which is available from the Bravo e-tendering portal used for this procurement the details of which are set out at the end of this section. East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for the commissioning of healthcare services for 136 000 patients across the Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter area. The CCG wish to significantly transform the way services for long term conditions, intermediate care and frail elderly are delivered across East Staffordshire. There are an estimated 38 000 adults across East Staffordshire with a Long Term Condition, of which 6,000 are defined as frail elderly. Current data, clinical evidence and feedback from our patients provides a compelling need to change in order to ensure that all patients with long term conditions and/or are frail elderly, and their carers, get the safe and high quality services they need to improve their life experience and outcomes. In line with national and local policy, East Staffordshire CCG intend to move to a model which aims to reduce unscheduled care activity in adults aged 19 and over and supports and enables patients and their carers to maintain maximum control and independence, empowers and supports self-care and self-management where this is the patient's preference; integrates health and social care and across sectors of provision; utilises modern remote monitoring and self-care technologies as appropriate; improves health outcomes; reduces inequalities and rebalances delivery towards domiciliary and community provision from bed based models. The current indicative services in scope at this stage include a range of identified NHS community and acute based services including but not limited to: specific community based specialist and generalist nursing services, acute based non elective admissions, and identified outpatient first and follow ups and procedures. Further details of in scope services are included in the MOI. The full scope will be determined and agreed through the procurement process. In order to achieve this vision, the CCG intend to commission a prime contractor via an outcome based, long term contract. There are a range of services, outside of the main acute and community services contracts, commissioned by East Staffordshire CCG, that are not currently in scope. This includes but is not limited to: — Primary Care - Enhanced services, out of hours and 111 —Third Sector Contracts/Non-NHS Contracts/Grants* *It will be those Third Sector Contracts/Non-NHS contracts/Grants that support patients with long term conditions, or are frail elderly/intermediate care services. Although these services are not presently within scope, the successful bidder will be expected to work in close alignment with the providers of these services and other providers of services not directly commissioned by East Staffordshire CCG. This will ensure integration across the wider system, recognising the interdependencies of services and the potential impact the relationship between them will have on improved outcomes for patients and carers in East Staffordshire and across the system. Although not presently in scope, this does not preclude the option for the CCG to include these services within the scope of the contract during the contract term The CCG is and has been working with Staffordshire County Council (the 'Council') relating to the possible integration of adult social services with the NHS services covered by this procurement. Whilst it is the current intention that the Council will join the procurement in due course, at this stage the Council cannot commit to participating in this procurement or that its relevant adult social care services will fall within the scope of the contract. However, the Council has the option that at a later date, subject to agreement with the CCG, it may participate and for its services to fall within the contract scope. This option may be exercised either during the procurement process or during the contract term. The Council and the CCG also have yet to agree the contractual approach should the option for the Council to participate be exercised. This may be by the Council being a party to the contract with the successful provider; or through the CCG contracting with the successful provider on behalf of the Council or through an alternative contract mechanism to be agreed between the CCG and Council. The potential high level scope of adult social care services includes, but is not limited to, those services outlined within Appendix 3 of the MOI. Also included in the MOI is 2014/15 anticipated outturn and the estimated financial envelope for 2015/16 against these services, which is subject to further validation. We are seeking expressions of interest from organisations who share the CCG's vision for the future and are willing to work with us in a trusted partnership to further shape, evolve and implement this vision to gain the benefits that this will bring in relation to positive health and wellbeing outcomes for service users, an improved patient and carer experience and the realisation of efficiencies across the system. The CCG are keen to hear from organisations who believe that they have the experience, creativity and capability to drive forward whole system transformation at scale through: - Changing cultures, behaviours and beliefs across the healthcare system - The provision of modern and innovative healthcare services which support patients at all levels of complexity - Integration across a range of health, social care and voluntary sector services - Influencing partner organisations to deliver better outcomes for patients Candidates wishing to be considered must register their expression of interest & provide additional procurement-specific information (by completing a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) through the portal as follows: i) Candidates should register on the portal at https://cmcsu.bravosolution.co.uk (registration and use of the website is free of charge). ii) Once registered, candidates must express interest by a) logging-in to the CMCSU e-Tendering portal, b) selecting response to advert and PQQ, c) select Open Access PQQ, d) search for and access listing related to this contract and view details, e) click on Express Interest link iii) Once you have expressed interest, access the My PQQs page where you can download documentation (if required) & construct your reply as instructed. You must submit your reply on the website by the deadline stated. For technical support in submitting your expression of interest contact the BravoSolution Help-desk on +44 8003684850 or help@bravosolution.co.uk

Tender for the provision of Catering, Cleaning and Security Services.

Dyfed Powys Police Authority | Published August 18, 2012  -  Deadline September 17, 2012
cpvs
55300000, 55500000, 55520000, 79710000, 79715000, 90910000, 90911000, 98341110

Brief overview of service requirements for Lot 1 Catering Service, Lot 2 Cleaning Service, and Lot 3 Security Services: The Dyfed-Powys Police Authority (the Authority) is inviting tenders for the provision of Catering, Cleaning and Security. The contract will run for a period of three years, with the option to extend for a further three years on an annual basis and at the Authority’s discretion, and commences on 31st March, 2013. Police Headquarters, Llangunnor, Carmarthen, is the command and administrative centre of the Force, which has an establishment of 1,143 police officers and 751 support staff, a total of 1,894 with some 554 working at the Headquarters. Some of these staff are part time and/or shift workers. The building is located approximately 1 mile from Carmarthen town and there are no alternative catering facilities in the immediate area. The Headquarters is a purpose built administrative building, occupied in April 1987 and comprises offices, a residential unit for training and conference purposes as well as social purposes. Strategic Co-ordination Centre (SCC) is a purpose built Training/Conference facility, occupied in September, 2011. The building will be utilised for Emergency activation for Major Incidents and also exercises on a multi-agency basis involving all emergency services, military and other public authorities. The SCC is also utilised on a daily basis for Training and Conferencing. Lot 1 – catering – police HQ & SCC. Catering requirements are in relation to: (i) Office personnel (ii) Residential personnel (iii) Other functions Office Personnel. Of the total number of staff engaged on site, approximately 554 are employed on an 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. basis, Monday to Friday. The Authority requires a Catering Service to be made available during office hours. Between the hours of 08:00 p.m. and 08:00 a.m. there are approximately 6 to 10 people working in the Communications Centre (a separate building located on the Headquarters site) at any one time. Saturday and Sunday there are approximately 6 to 12 people working in the Communication Centre at any one time. The Communications Centre is a shared facility with both Fire and Ambulance Service. Fire personnel has a total of 13 officers working 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. – 24/7 every day of the week. Seven officers working night duty 6 p.m. to 8.30 a.m. Up to 6 officers attend a training day where lunch is provided and the training can last up to 4 weeks. Ambulance personnel have up to 55 officers on a day time shift and 13 officers working night duty – 24/7 every day of the week. The only office personnel working on site at weekends and Bank Holidays will be the Dyfed-Powys Communications Centre personnel together with other Emergency Services personnel i.e. Fire and Ambulance as mentioned above. All income from such sales will be retained by the Contractor. Residential personnel. Normal weekly requirement for each residential student will entail 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 4 evening meals. There is no requirement for breakfast Monday mornings or an evening meal Friday. Estimated numbers will normally be available up to one week in advance. On occasions students are accommodated in local hotels, therefore no breakfast requirements would be needed, but lunch and evening meals would need to be provided. Due to times of austerity there are no set intakes of students or set student numbers for training courses held. Training is now arranged ‘on demand’. Based on projected recruitment needs, it is proposed there will be an intake of 18 officers in 2012/13, and 36 officers in 2013/14. Please note that these figures are not definitive and may be subject to change. Other Functions. Emergency Services. The Contractor shall be prepared, upon short notice, to supply refreshments and/or meals for large numbers of operational officers, in the event of such a requirement. This may occur within normal catering hours in which event the agreed prices shall apply. At other periods, including weekends, or when the service is to be provided other than at Force Headquarters, this also includes the SCC when potentially a call out of staff could result at any time during the night. Charges will be between the Contractor and the authorised officer but pricing proposals will be transparent and based on actual costs for food and labour required. Special Functions. The Contractor shall, by prior arrangement, be prepared to provide lunches and dinners as and when required. The Contractor shall agree the menus for such catering with the organiser and recover the cost direct following consultation with the Contracts Officer. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 1 - Catering Services. Lot 2 – cleaning services – Dyfed-Powys police force area. Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide cleaning services to a varied range of properties within its Force area. Properties range from a singled manned Police office to Force headquarters as follows: The range of services required include but are not limited to: General office cleaning. Specialist cleaning - Removal of DNA. Window cleaning. Accommodation services. Periodic cleaning as required. Cleaning the Dyfed-Powys Police Force Headquarters including the SCC and Force Communications Centre (FCC) (The FCC will require weekend working), which involves an overall area of approx. 12,694.31 m2. Provide a housekeeping service (Police HQ Accommodation Block with 29 bedrooms) which will consist of bed making, changing and control of laundry and linen, please note that the Authority have a contract in place for the provision of Laundry Services. The Contractor is to carry out the cleaning of Police Buildings as detailed below:-. Carmarthenshire/Powys Territorial Areas:-. Divisional HQ – Friar’s Park. Burry Port. Pembrey – Helicopter Unit. Cross Hands. Cross Hands – Safety Camera Partnership. Cross Hands - Roads Policing. Kidwelly. Llandovery. Llanelli. Llwynhendy. Morfa. St. Clears. Divisional HQ – Brecon. Builth Wells. Crickhowell. Hay On Wye. Llanfyllin. Knighton. Llanidloes. Newtown. Presteigne. Rhayader. Welshpool. Ystradgynlais. Pembrokeshire/Ceredigion Territorial Areas:-. Divisional HQ – Aberystwyth. Aberaeron. Cardigan. Lampeter. Llandysul. Machynlleth. Newcastle Emlyn. Penparcau. Victim Suite – Bow Street. Divisional HQ – Haverfordwest. Fishguard. Fishguard Port. Crymych. Milford Haven. Narberth. Pembroke Dock. Cleddau Victim Suite – Pembroke Dock. Pembroke Dock Port. Tenby. The Contractor shall be responsible for the provision of all plant, labour, equipment and cleaning materials necessary for the proper execution of the work. Full details of the level of service required, together with cleaning areas and accessibility will be provide at the invitation to Tender stage. N.B. The Authority is currently undertaking an Estates Rationalisation resulting in Station closures. Some closures have already been implemented; however, it may be likely that others may occur during the duration of the Contract period. It is anticipated that TUPE will apply to Lot 2 - Cleaning Services. LOT 3 – SECURITY – POLICE HQ. Police Headquarters during normal working hours will be occupied by personnel working Monday to Friday. The Accommodation Block is occupied for Residential Students Monday through to Thursdays. Whilst Student Residence are on site, there is a requirement for a Duty/Security Officer to be present to carry out the task of Security and Fire Marshalling. Nightly security checks will include office accommodation, lights, and windows. Perimeter checks will include Vehicle Car Passes and the reporting of unauthorised vehicles on site. Inspections throughout the night will be undertaken, reports of anything suspicious will be reported through to the Force Communication Centre Duty Inspector. Tour of duty will commence at 7 p.m. through to 7 a.m. On occasions there will be ad hoc requests for covering outside of these times, this involves the supervision of onsite contractors and also pre-arranged weekend working. Full details of the level of service required will be provided at the invitation to Tender stage. Community Benefits do not apply to this contract.

cleaning services

Royal Holloway & Bedford New College | Published June 28, 2012
Winner
Busy Bee cleaning Services (BBCS) Unit 5/6 Kinsmill Park, London Road, Loudwater HP10 9UB High Wycombe UNITED KINGDOM
cpvs
90910000, 90911100, 90911200

Since Queen Victoria presided over the grand opening ceremony of Royal Holloway College on 30.6.1886, the College has continued to grow in size and status to become one of the top research led university institutions in the country. Royal Holloways 135 acre campus is home to an impressive range of modern academic and social facilities, an innovative and forward-looking place. At Royal Holloway we bring together talented students in departments where academic staff are working at the frontiers of their subjects. Through top class research, international networks and conferences, we are advancing knowledge and serving society in many different ways. The campus is the focal point of student life where most teaching and social activities take place and where all our student residences are located (with the exception of Kingswood Hall which is about 1.5 miles away, and our London base in Bedford Sq.). The purpose of this contract is for the provision of cleaning services to academic and residential areas. Royal Holloway is looking to award this contract to a contractor(s) who can not only clearly demonstrate a high quality of cleaning standards, but also delivers tangible cost benefits, coupled with a clear and succinct delivery of pertinent and meaningful management information. The awarded contractor(s) should be willing to work in partnership with Royal Holloway, University of London to engender continuous improvement and benefits, not only at the outset of the contract but throughout. Relevant experience of successfully operating a complex contract of this scope and scale will be beneficial, as the service delivery is underpinned by the complex operational activities of the Colleges Academic and Residential services. This tender comprises Lot 1 and Lot 2, the award will be for either lot 1 or lot 2, or both. The annual value of the contract for both lots is 1 550 000 GBP. The duration of the contract is a minimum of 4 years therefore the total value of the contract is 6,200,000.00 GBP this is apportioned between lot 1 and lot 2 as follows: Lot 1 = 2 200 000,00 GBP and lot 2 = 4 000 000,00 GBP. Lot 1 - the cleaning services to the academic areas totals approx. 51 380 square metres comprising of 27 on campus buildings (Egham Postcode) and 8 off campus buildings (within short distance of the campus). There are also two buildings in central London at Bedford Square and Gower St. Typical types of cleaning that will be required for the academic areas include, but are not limited to the following: Sweeping, vacuuming, and damp mopping floor surfaces. Damp dusting. Cleaning and polishing metal fittings. Floor maintenance. Emptying and cleaning waste receptacles. Replenishing toilet consumables. Cleaning blackboards and whiteboards. Cleaning vending machine and drinking areas. These cleaning tasks will be required in a variety of different areas within the academic areas, including, Stairs. Foyers. Toilets, washrooms, and shower areas. Kitchen / pantries. Lifts. Teaching rooms. Other Miscellaneous areas. Lot 2 - the cleaning services to the residential areas totals approx. 57 850 square metres comprising 11 on campus buildings (Egham Postcode) and 2 off campus buildings (within a 1.5 mile radius of the campus). There are 2 305 study bedrooms within the. Residential Areas. There is also a requirement to deep clean up to 17 tuition houses as required. Typical types of cleaning that will be required for the residential areas include, but are not limited to the following: Sweeping, vacuuming, and damp mopping floor surfaces. Damp dusting. Cleaning and polishing metal fittings. Clean all entrance glass doors including revolving doors. Clean all toilets, showers, bath, basins and urinals, including plugs and plug holes. Clean and polish all mirrors. Descale shower heads. Steam clean floors, tiles, showers. Dispose of general waste (empty bins). Dispose of recyclable waste. Clean bedrooms (as required by bookings). Change bed linen and towels (as required by bookings and length of stay). Floor maintenance. Emptying and cleaning waste receptacles. Replenishing toilet consumables. Cleaning blackboards and whiteboards. Cleaning vending machine and drinking areas. These cleaning tasks will be required in a variety of different areas within the residential areas, including: Stairs. Foyers. Toilets, washrooms, and shower areas. Kitchen / pantries. Lifts. Dining areas. Bedrooms. Executive offices. Conference areas. Other miscellaneous areas. Both services will cover 52 weeks per year, which will include public holidays and College discretionary days. (currently 6), except when the areas are closed. Tenderers should be aware of term times for both lots as this will affect the level of cleaning required at given periods of time: 1- Term time comprises 30 weeks of timetabled teaching although many buildings are open all year, residences are 30, 38 or 50 weeks at 99 % occupancy (depending on residential area) when cleaning operations consist of communal areas only. Bedrooms are not included. 2 - College vacation times during Christmas, Easter and summer (bedrooms available for 12 or 22 weeks). During vacations the study bedroom stock operates as a hotel with daily servicing of bedrooms, en-suites and all communal areas. The specification for the types of operation will be made available within the. Invitation to tender documentation. 2011/2012 term dates are as follows: Autumn Term: Mon 19.9.2011 to Fri 9.12.2011. Spring Term: Mon 9.1.2012 to Fri 23.3.2012. Summer Term: Mon 23.4.2012 to Fri 8.6.2012. Graduation Ceremonies: 9-13.7.2012. 2012/2013, 2013/2014, and 2014/2015 term dates are expected to be similar in nature to 2011/12, and will be confirmed during the term of this contract. Note: it is likely that TUPE may form part of this tender for both options. As per Section IV.3.2. this contract notice relates to a previous publication(s) concerning the same contract 2011/S 185-303122 which was issued on the 27.9.2011. Upon a more detailed examination of the tender process we have confirmed that this original OJEU notice 2011/S 185-303122 was flawed and could have had a material impact on the tender responses. Collective Enterprises Limited (CEL) Procurement has been asked by Royal Holloway, University of London to act on their behalf in producing and evaluating this tender. CEL Group is a leading provider of business services to the private and public sector. The company mission is to deliver innovative service propositions to customers, through the effective management of people, process and technology. CEL Group works with major government departments, the UKs largest social housing organisations and international student travel bodies amongst its clients, CEL Group provides a range of services from outsourced procurement through to international payment solutions. Further information on CEL Group can be found at: www.cel.co.uk

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment

Wiltshire Council | Published January 26, 2013
Winner
Balfour Beatty Living Places Limited Pavilion B, Ashford Park, Ashford Way RG23 8BG Basingstoke UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: dawn.clifford@bblivingplaces.com Telephone: +44 1256400400
cpvs
45112000, 45112700, 45221000, 45221100, 45221110, 45221112, 45221113, 45233000, 45233100, 45233120, 45233125, 45233130, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233160, 45233161, 45233162, 45233200, 45233210, 45233220, 45233221, 45233222, 45233223, 45233224, 45233225, 45233228, 45233229, 45233250, 45233251, 45233252, 45233253, 45233260, 45233262, 45233270, 45233280, 45233290, 45233291, 45233292, 45233293, 45233294, 45233300, 50114000, 50114100, 50114200, 50116000, 50118200, 50200000, 50230000, 50232100, 50232110, 63712700, 77300000, 77310000, 77311000, 77312000, 77314000, 77314100, 77320000, 77340000, 90610000, 90620000, 90630000, 90640000, 90690000, 90700000, 90710000, 90914000

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Footpath construction work. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Footpath construction work. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. 1.The Contracting Authority is looking for one main contractor to undertake the whole of the following described works and services in connection with the highway and related functions of the Council, and to assist in the delivery of the Wiltshire Local Transport Plan. 2.The Contract will cover public works, which may include, but are not limited to various programmed and reactive works connected with the highway infrastructure and environment in the Contracting Authorities' areas (see also paragraph 9 below), as well as works which create or improve assets such as traffic, drainage, highway, street lighting, bridges, retaining walls and other structures. It is also anticipated that the contract will include, but again not be limited to, services connected with the maintenance of vehicles and equipment, grounds maintenance, landscaping, street scene and more generally the maintenance of assets in the interest of safety and amenity; and various response services to deal with the removal of nuisance and to react to emergency situations and civil contingencies. 6. The following are expected to be included within the scope of the contract:- The Works. Reactive Maintenance Works: — signing and making safe, — response repairs to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, street furniture, street lights, and car parks and traffic signals. Programmed Maintenance Works: — programmed potholing and patching, — programmed resurfacing and surface treatments, — programmed maintenance works to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, drainage, street furniture, street lights, signs, car parks and amenity infrastructure. Schemes: — schemes including traffic, drainage, traffic management and Traffic Regulation Orders, Environmental Enhancements, Cycling and Pedestrian Schemes and Developer Schemes under Section 38 of the Highways Act 1980 relating to the development of highway infrastructure etc, — structural maintenance of highways, highway structures and multi-storey car parks, — street lighting and traffic signal improvement schemes, landscaping and Implementation of Public Realm Work. The Services. — routine maintenance services; Road sweeping, Gully emptying, Drainage clearance, Litter, detritus, road kill and other debris removal, Street furniture cleaning and graffiti removal, Grounds maintenance (including litter and detritus), Verge maintenance and weed spraying, Tree, hedge and flower bed maintenance, Public Convenience cleaning — winter and emergency response service; Precautionary salting, Snow and ice service, Manpower emergency response service, — vehicles and equipment; Scheduled servicing and maintenance, Non-scheduled servicing and repair. Breakdown service. — 7. Further specific details of the works and services' elements which are expected to fall within the scope of the contract will be provided in the information memorandum which is obtainable from the Contracting Authority via the contact details set out in Section 1.1. 8. Please note relevant current staff will be transferred under The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 and compliance with provisions in relation to Local Authority Pensions will be required. 10. Please note that the Contracting Authority may seek flexibilities from the successful contractor(s) within the overall contracts awarded to provide opportunities for third sector/voluntary organisations to contribute to appropriate areas of service provision.

Wiltshire Highways and Streetscene Contract.

Wiltshire Council | Published March 31, 2012  -  Deadline May 2, 2012
cpvs
45112000, 45112700, 45221000, 45221100, 45221110, 45221112, 45221113, 45233000, 45233100, 45233120, 45233125, 45233130, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233160, 45233162, 45233200, 45233210, 45233220, 45233221, 45233222, 45233223, 45233224, 45233225, 45233228, 45233229, 45233250, 45233251, 45233252, 45233253, 45233260, 45233262, 45233270, 45233280, 45233290, 45233291, 45233292, 45233293, 45233294, 45233300, 50114000, 50114100, 50114200, 50116000, 50118200, 50200000, 50230000, 50232100, 50232110, 63712700, 77300000, 77310000, 77311000, 77312000, 77314000, 77314100, 77320000, 77340000, 90610000, 90620000, 90630000, 90640000, 90690000, 90700000, 90710000, 90914000

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Footpath construction work. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. 1.The Contracting Authority is looking for one main contractor to undertake the whole of the following described works and services in connection with the highway and related functions of the Council, and to assist in the delivery of the Wiltshire Local Transport Plan. 2.The Contract will cover public works, which may include, but are not limited to various programmed and reactive works connected with the highway infrastructure and environment in the Contracting Authorities’ areas (see also paragraph 9 below), as well as works which create or improve assets such as traffic, drainage, highway, street lighting, bridges, retaining walls and other structures. It is also anticipated that the contract will include, but again not be limited to, services connected with the maintenance of vehicles and equipment, grounds maintenance, landscaping, street scene and more generally the maintenance of assets in the interest of safety and amenity; and various response services to deal with the removal of nuisance and to react to emergency situations and civil contingencies. 6. The following are expected to be included within the scope of the contract: The Works. Reactive Maintenance Works: — signing and making safe, — response repairs to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, street furniture, street lights, and car parks. Programmed Maintenance Works: — programmed potholing and patching, — programmed resurfacing and surface treatments, — programmed maintenance works to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, drainage, street furniture, street lights, signs, car parks and amenity infrastructure. Schemes: — schemes including traffic, drainage, traffic management and Traffic Regulation Orders, Environmental Enhancements, Cycling and Pedestrian Schemes and Developer Schemes under Section 38 of the Highways Act 1980 relating to the development of highway infrastructure etc, — structural maintenance of highways, highway structures and multi-storey car parks, — street lighting and traffic signal improvement schemes, landscaping and Implementation of Public Realm Work. The Services. — routine maintenance services. Road sweeping, Gully emptying, Drainage clearance, Litter, detritus, road kill and other debris removal, Street furniture cleaning and graffiti removal, Grounds maintenance (including litter and detritus), Verge maintenance and weed spraying, Tree, hedge and flower bed maintenance, Public Convenience cleaning. — winter and emergency response service. Precautionary salting, Snow and ice service, Manpower emergency response service, — vehicles and equipment. Scheduled servicing and maintenance, Non-scheduled servicing and repair. Breakdown service. 7. Further specific details of the works and services’ elements which are expected to fall within the scope of the contract will be provided in the information memorandum which is obtainable from the Contracting Authority via the contact details set out in Section 1.1. 8. Please note relevant current staff will be transferred under The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 and compliance with provisions in relation to Local Authority Pensions will be required. 10. Please note that the Contracting Authority may seek flexibilities from the successful contractor(s) within the overall contracts awarded to provide opportunities for third sector/voluntary organisations to contribute to appropriate areas of service provision.

Wiltshire Highways and Streetscene Contract.

Wiltshire Council | Published March 31, 2012  -  Deadline May 2, 2012
cpvs
45112000, 45112700, 45221000, 45221100, 45221110, 45221112, 45221113, 45233000, 45233100, 45233120, 45233125, 45233130, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233160, 45233162, 45233200, 45233210, 45233220, 45233221, 45233222, 45233223, 45233224, 45233225, 45233228, 45233229, 45233250, 45233251, 45233252, 45233253, 45233260, 45233262, 45233270, 45233280, 45233290, 45233291, 45233292, 45233293, 45233294, 45233300, 50114000, 50114100, 50114200, 50116000, 50118200, 50200000, 50230000, 50232100, 50232110, 63712700, 77300000, 77310000, 77311000, 77312000, 77314000, 77314100, 77320000, 77340000, 90610000, 90620000, 90630000, 90640000, 90690000, 90700000, 90710000, 90914000

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Footpath construction work. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. 1.The Contracting Authority is looking for one main contractor to undertake the whole of the following described works and services in connection with the highway and related functions of the Council, and to assist in the delivery of the Wiltshire Local Transport Plan. 2.The Contract will cover public works, which may include, but are not limited to various programmed and reactive works connected with the highway infrastructure and environment in the Contracting Authorities’ areas (see also paragraph 9 below), as well as works which create or improve assets such as traffic, drainage, highway, street lighting, bridges, retaining walls and other structures. It is also anticipated that the contract will include, but again not be limited to, services connected with the maintenance of vehicles and equipment, grounds maintenance, landscaping, street scene and more generally the maintenance of assets in the interest of safety and amenity; and various response services to deal with the removal of nuisance and to react to emergency situations and civil contingencies. 6. The following are expected to be included within the scope of the contract: The Works. Reactive Maintenance Works: — signing and making safe, — response repairs to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, street furniture, street lights, and car parks. Programmed Maintenance Works: — programmed potholing and patching, — programmed resurfacing and surface treatments, — programmed maintenance works to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, drainage, street furniture, street lights, signs, car parks and amenity infrastructure. Schemes: — schemes including traffic, drainage, traffic management and Traffic Regulation Orders, Environmental Enhancements, Cycling and Pedestrian Schemes and Developer Schemes under Section 38 of the Highways Act 1980 relating to the development of highway infrastructure etc, — structural maintenance of highways, highway structures and multi-storey car parks, — street lighting and traffic signal improvement schemes, landscaping and Implementation of Public Realm Work. The Services. — routine maintenance services. Road sweeping, Gully emptying, Drainage clearance, Litter, detritus, road kill and other debris removal, Street furniture cleaning and graffiti removal, Grounds maintenance (including litter and detritus), Verge maintenance and weed spraying, Tree, hedge and flower bed maintenance, Public Convenience cleaning. — winter and emergency response service. Precautionary salting, Snow and ice service, Manpower emergency response service, — vehicles and equipment. Scheduled servicing and maintenance, Non-scheduled servicing and repair. Breakdown service. 7. Further specific details of the works and services’ elements which are expected to fall within the scope of the contract will be provided in the information memorandum which is obtainable from the Contracting Authority via the contact details set out in Section 1.1. 8. Please note relevant current staff will be transferred under The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 and compliance with provisions in relation to Local Authority Pensions will be required. 10. Please note that the Contracting Authority may seek flexibilities from the successful contractor(s) within the overall contracts awarded to provide opportunities for third sector/voluntary organisations to contribute to appropriate areas of service provision.

repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment

Wiltshire Council | Published November 15, 2012
Winner
Atkins Limited 500 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Almondsbury BS32 4RZ Bristol UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: info@atkinsglobal.com Telephone: +44 1454662000 Internet address: www.atkinsglobal.co.uk Fax: +44 1454663333
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Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to roads and other equipment. Highway maintenance work. Roadworks. Road-maintenance works. Road-repair works. Traffic-calming works. Paths and other metalled surfaces. Footpath construction work. Cycle path construction work. Various surface works. Surface work for highways. Surface work for roads. Road-surface painting work. Paving and asphalting works. Carriageway resurfacing works. Verge maintenance work. Surfacing work except for roads. Resurfacing works. Surface work for streets. Surface work for footpaths. Pedestrian ways construction work. Pedestrian zone construction work. Parking-lot-surface painting work. Erection of road-barriers. Installation of road signs. Installation of bollards. Installation of safety equipment. Installation of street furniture. Installation of road signals. Street-lighting maintenance services. Commissioning of public lighting installations. Repair and maintenance services of trucks. Truck repair services. Truck maintenance services. Horticultural services. Planting and maintenance services of green areas. Ornamental and pleasure gardens maintenance services. Weed-clearance services. Grounds maintenance services. Grassing services. Sports fields maintenance services. Tree pruning and hedge trimming. Graffiti removal services. Street-cleaning and sweeping services. Snow-clearing services. Ice-clearing services. Gully cleaning and emptying services. Environmental services. Environmental management. Car park cleaning services. Footbridge construction work. Construction work for bridges. Bridge construction work. Railway bridge construction work. Construction work for highways, roads. Road construction works. Road junction construction work. Construction work for highways. Surface coating construction work. Breakdown and recovery services for commercial vehicles. Traffic control services. Landscaping work. Dual carriageway construction work. Single carriageway construction work. Repair, maintenance and associated services related to aircraft, railways, roads and marine equipment. Construction, foundation and surface works for highways, roads. Construction work for bridges and tunnels, shafts and subways. Maintenance and repair services related to specific parts of vehicles. Foundation work for highways, roads, streets and footpaths. Excavating and earthmoving work. 1. The Contracting Authority is looking for one main contractor to undertake the whole of the following described works and services in connection with the highway and related functions of the Council, and to assist in the delivery of the Wiltshire Local Transport Plan; 2. The Contract will cover public works, which may include, but are not limited to various programmed and reactive works connected with the highway infrastructure and environment in the Contracting Authorities’ areas (see also paragraph 9 below), as well as works which create or improve assets such as traffic, drainage, highway, street lighting, bridges, retaining walls and other structures. It is also anticipated that the contract will include, but again not be limited to, services connected with the maintenance of vehicles and equipment, grounds maintenance, landscaping, street scene and more generally the maintenance of assets in the interest of safety and amenity; and various response services to deal with the removal of nuisance and to react to emergency situations and civil contingencies; 6. The following are expected to be included within the scope of the contract: The works. Reactive maintenance works: — Signing and making safe, — Response repairs to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, street furniture, street lights, and car parks. Programmed maintenance works: — Programmed potholing and patching, — Programmed resurfacing and surface treatments, — Programmed maintenance works to highways, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, drainage, street furniture, street lights, signs, car parks and amenity infrastructure. Schemes: — Schemes including traffic, drainage, traffic management and Traffic Regulation Orders, Environmental Enhancements, Cycling and Pedestrian Schemes and Developer Schemes under Section 38 of the Highways Act 1980 relating to the development of highway infrastructure etc, — Structural maintenance of highways, highway structures and multi-storey car parks, — Street lighting and traffic signal improvement schemes, landscaping and implementation of public realm work. The services. — Routine maintenance services. Road sweeping, Gully emptying, Drainage clearance, Litter, detritus, road kill and other debris removal, Street furniture cleaning and graffiti removal, Grounds maintenance (including litter and detritus), Verge maintenance and weed spraying, Tree, hedge and flower bed maintenance, Public Convenience cleaning. — Winter and emergency response service. Precautionary salting, Snow and ice service, Manpower emergency response service, — Vehicles and equipment. Scheduled servicing and maintenance, Non-scheduled servicing and repair. Breakdown service. 7. Further specific details of the works and services’ elements which are expected to fall within the scope of the contract will be provided in the information memorandum which is obtainable from the Contracting Authority via the contact details set out in Section 1.1; 8. Please note relevant current staff will be transferred under The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 and compliance with provisions in relation to Local Authority Pensions will be required; 10. Please note that the Contracting Authority may seek flexibilities from the successful contractor(s) within the overall contracts awarded to provide opportunities for third sector/voluntary organisations to contribute to appropriate areas of service provision.