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Framework Agreement for the provision of PVC-u Windows, Aluminium Doors and Ancillary Works – Non Domestic

Staffordshire County Council | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
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45000000

This framework agreement is to provide Staffordshire County Council with an agreed schedule of rates for the renewal of windows, doors, storey height frames and curtain walling systems including all associated works, on County Council owned properties throughout the whole county of Staffordshire. The portfolio is non domestic properties. The work will generally consist of providing a responsive maintenance service for carrying out a comprehensive service to replace windows, doors, storey height frames and curtain walling systems to what will be predominately single storey buildings with there being occasional two and three storey buildings. These works will have been identified as requiring repair through condition surveys and asset management plans. Individual projects will include all labours and associated works, perimeter protection, full scaffolding, site compounds, welfare facilities and waste management. It should be noted that most Staffordshire County Council properties including schools and corporate buildings that will fall within this framework are occupied properties and there will be a great emphasis placed on site health and safety issues. Projects will normally range between £10,000 and £50,000 in value.

GB-swindon: The design, supply, delivery, and installation of laser safety equipment necessary to create a Laser Controlled Area (LCA)

 | Published April 28, 2016
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Lasermet Ltd
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35113000

1. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has a requirement for the design, supply, delivery, and installation of safety equipment necessary to create a Laser Controlled Area (LCA) within one of the laboratory spaces used by the Nuclear Department. 2. The Nuclear Department owns a Class 4 Laser which can be used to image water flowing in an acrylic channel. The laser will be operated in the ND Irradiation Facility in a room which is shared with other scientific equipment. To allow simultaneous use of the facility, which is a requirement, a Laser Controlled Area must be established in accordance with JSP 390 – Military Laser Safety. As this system will be operated in a laboratory environment, the most relevant section is JSP 390 Volume 1 Issue 3 Section 3. 3. The expected engineered solution is described in paragraph 4 however, other solutions that satisfy the requirements will also be considered. 4. It is expected that the most cost effective way to establish the LCA is to divide the room into two areas using a laser blocking material which must comply with IEC 60825-4:2006 in the pitched roof space and a curtain, complying to the same specification, hanging below the trusses. The curtain is to be attached at each end to walls by an interlocked connection. Above the curtain, a laser blocking material must be used to fill the spaces between trusses which support the roof. A new interlock system is also required to replace the existing obsolete system. The new system should allow for a short, timed, interlock override to allow safe ingress/egress from the area while the laser is functioning (often the laser will need to run continuously for hours at a time to generate data). In addition, the new interlock should be connected to external signs which indicate the state of the laser to anyone outside the laser controlled area. Personal Protective Equipment (Eyewear) is also required for 5 people (based on the instructor plus 4 students). 5. The MoD will require a full description and “rough” drawing to be submitted at the tender stage to identify the proposed solution and safety functionality. 6. The Authority envisages a need for a brief site survey to enable potential suppliers to inspect the facility and compile accurate measurements of the installation site. This is planned to take place on 15 Feb 16 13:30. 7. The Authority has the desire for delivery and installation by the end of Mar 2016 Full details of the requirements for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Safety Equipment for a Laser Controlled Area (LCA) will be included in the tender documents. Please note it is MOD policy to make payment via Purchase to Payment (P2P).

TRANSPARENCY ONLY-DOCUMENTS PROVIDED FOR TRANSPARENCY ONLY IN RELATION TO: The design, supply, delivery, and installation of laser safety equipment necessary to create a Laser Controlled Area (LCA)

 | Published February 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 16, 2016
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35113000

NOTE: This notice was updated on 10 February 2016 for the following reason: Change to EOI deadline to fit with business needs.1. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has a requirement for the design, supply, delivery, and installation of safety equipment necessary to create a Laser Controlled Area (LCA) within one of the laboratory spaces used by the Nuclear Department. 2. The Nuclear Department owns a Class 4 Laser which can be used to image water flowing in an acrylic channel. The laser will be operated in the ND Irradiation Facility in a room which is shared with other scientific equipment. To allow simultaneous use of the facility, which is a requirement, a Laser Controlled Area must be established in accordance with JSP 390 – Military Laser Safety. As this system will be operated in a laboratory environment, the most relevant section is JSP 390 Volume 1 Issue 3 Section 3. 3. The expected engineered solution is described in paragraph 4 however, other solutions that satisfy the requirements will also be considered. 4. It is expected that the most cost effective way to establish the LCA is to divide the room into two areas using a laser blocking material which must comply with IEC 60825-4:2006 in the pitched roof space and a curtain, complying to the same specification, hanging below the trusses. The curtain is to be attached at each end to walls by an interlocked connection. Above the curtain, a laser blocking material must be used to fill the spaces between trusses which support the roof. A new interlock system is also required to replace the existing obsolete system. The new system should allow for a short, timed, interlock override to allow safe ingress/egress from the area while the laser is functioning (often the laser will need to run continuously for hours at a time to generate data). In addition, the new interlock should be connected to external signs which indicate the state of the laser to anyone outside the laser controlled area. Personal Protective Equipment (Eyewear) is also required for 5 people (based on the instructor plus 4 students). 5. The MoD will require a full description and “rough” drawing to be submitted at the tender stage to identify the proposed solution and safety functionality. 6. The Authority envisages a need for a brief site survey to enable potential suppliers to inspect the facility and compile accurate measurements of the installation site. This is planned to take place on 15 Feb 16 13:30. 7. The Authority has the desire for delivery and installation by the end of Mar 2016 Full details of the requirements for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Safety Equipment for a Laser Controlled Area (LCA) will be included in the tender documents. Please note it is MOD policy to make payment via Purchase to Payment (P2P).

New Student Union

Aston University | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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45400000

Aston University wish to procure via competitive tender a Principle Contractor to construct a new Aston Student Union building, to enable the relocation of the existing facility from its current location to a new centre campus location at the heart of the Aston Student Village. The new facility will be located on the site of what is currently known as surface car park 12, adjacent to the recently completed multi-purpose sports pitch. The building contract will comprise a mix of single and two storey steel framed construction, curtain wall glazing, zinc cladding, block and render walls, full M&E fit out including connection of incoming and outgoing services, internal fit out including all fixtures and finishes, landscaping to the immediate vicinity, and coordination of client direct packages such as IT / AV and Furniture installation. The new Aston Student Union is required for operation in September 2017 and as such the completion date for works will be August 12th 2017.

New Student Union.

Aston University | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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45000000, 45400000, 45214000

Aston University wish to procure via competitive tender a Principle Contractor to construct a new Aston Student Union building, to enable the relocation of the existing facility from its current location to a new centre campus location at the heart of the Aston Student Village. The new facility will be located on the site of what is currently known as surface car park 12, adjacent to the recently completed multi-purpose sports pitch. The building contract will comprise a mix of single and two storey steel framed construction, curtain wall glazing, zinc cladding, block and render walls, full M&E fit out including connection of incoming and outgoing services, internal fit out including all fixtures and finishes, landscaping to the immediate vicinity, and coordination of client direct packages such as IT / AV and Furniture installation. The new Aston Student Union is required for operation in September 2017 and as such the completion date for works will be 11.8.2017.

Carpets, Floor Coverings, Curtains and Blinds

Staffordshire County Council | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
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Framework Agreement for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of carpets, Floor Coverings, Curtains and Blinds for Staffordshire County Council
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