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City of Edinburgh Council Contractor Works Framework

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published March 18, 2017
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The City of Edinburgh Council require a multi lot framework agreement to deliver repair, maintenance and upgrade capital works across its estate. The 12 Lots of this framework are as follows: 1 Electrical installation Works 2 Mechanical Installation works 3 Roofing & Rain Water goods (inc. Flat & Pitched) 4 Timber/uPVC Windows, Doors & Screens 5 Aluminium Curtain Waling, Windows, Doors & Screens 6 Multi Trade up to GBP500k 7 Multi Trade GBP500k to GBP5m. 8 Major Projects > GBP5m 9 Stonework & Masonry 10 Ground Works, Civil Works & Concrete Repairs 11 Timber Treatment & Rot Eradication Specialists 12 Water Services & Legionella Management 13 Building Management Systems Installation Works Further information can be found at www.edin-tend.co.uk CPV: 45310000, 45317000, 45421100, 45351000, 45421110, 45421111, 45421112, 45421130, 45421131, 45421132, 45260000, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261900, 45261920, 45261910, 45262000, 44112400, 44112500.

City of Edinburgh Council Contractor Works Framework.

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published March 18, 2017
Winner
Wqs Uk Ltd
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44112500

The City of Edinburgh Council require a multi lot framework agreement to deliver repair, maintenance and upgrade capital works across its estate. The 12 Lots of this framework are as follows: 1 Electrical installation Works 2 Mechanical Installation works 3 Roofing and Rain Water goods (incl. Flat & Pitched) 4 Timber/uPVC Windows, Doors and Screens 5 Aluminium Curtain Waling, Windows, Doors and Screens 6 Multi Trade up to 500 000 GBP 7 Multi Trade 500 000 GBP to 5 000 000 GBP 8 Major Projects > 5 000 000 GBP 9 Stonework and Masonry 10 Ground Works, Civil Works and Concrete Repairs 11 Timber Treatment and Rot Eradication Specialists 12 Water Services and Legionella Management 13 Building Management Systems Installation Works Further information can be found at www.edin-tend.co.uk

GB-Nottingham: TS17/01

Richard Coleman | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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45442110

The Contractor will carry out all the external pre-paint repairs that have been previously surveyed by the client, to all previously painted elements at the locations listed within the documents. Following the pre-paint repairs being completed, the external redecoration works will commence within one week, to cover such elements as but not limited to: the painting of timber or cleaning of PVCu soffits and fascia's, guttering and fall pipes, external doors; together with all associated door frames, canopies, facades, windows, meter boxes, gates, waste pipes, hand rails, balustrades, and any other external elements that have been previously painted before. The Contractor is to carry out the internal redecoration to the previously painted elements to the communal areas of the properties listed within this document. Covering such elements as but not limited to the: all corridors, toilets, communal lounges and stairs comprising of walls, ceilings, skirting boards, balustrades, communal internal and external doors & frames, stairways, balconies, curtain walling, windows and any other internal elements that could be accessible by the tenants and the general public.

Ivingswood Academy Chesham

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published March 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 12, 2017
Winner
Hazlemere Windows
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45453000

Ivingswood Academy - Curtain walling and new windows to 2No Classrooms after underpinning

Eccleston Lane End Classroom Extension

St.Helens Council | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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390000

The work comprises the construction of a single storey extension to 4 Nr classrooms. The perimeter of the extension is to be constructed to allow the curtain walling to be measured and manufactured for installation in good time prior to completion. The School and classrooms are to remain open and in use during term time, as far as possible without compromising safety, throughout the contract period. Developed Contractor’s Proposals and a detailed programme are to be submitted to demonstrate the Contractor’s Technical Suitability for the project.

UoB - Design, Supply and Installation of Glazed Fire Curtains - Checkland Building (UoB 1880217)

University of Brighton | Published March 7, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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45343000, 45343100

Replacement of existing fire curtain system in the atrium area of the Checkland Building, Falmer Campus, with a Frameless EI 30 fire rated glazing system.

In order to protect means of escape routes out of the Checkland Building, the existing building employs fire curtains that descend on fire alarm to provide 30 minutes fire rated protected routes. These fire curtains were installed in 2009. The University of Brighton requires that these fire curtains are replaced by fixed and permanent 30 minute fire rated partitions. These partitions should continue to provide visual connectivity, maintain a sense of openness and allow natural daylighting to circulation routes. Natural ventilation on the stairs will be maintained by the use of doors on hold open devices. Doors will close on operation of the fire detection system.

Please note there is a compulsory clarification and site meeting dated Monday 13th of March 2017.

Curtains, drapes, valances and textile blinds

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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39515000, 39515100, 39515400, 39515410, 39515440, 39515420, 39000000

Supply, Delivery and Fitting of Blinds, Curtains and Disposable Curtains including associated Maintenance for HSC and NIFRS [735416].

Lochore Meadows Visitors Centre & Golf/Football Pavilion

Fife Council | Published February 13, 2017
Winner
Hatrick Bruce Limited
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The works comprise of - Section 1 - Visitor's Centre The Demolition of the existing Park Centre Building down to existing floor slab level - the existing floor slab to partially remain. The Construction of the one storey New Visitor's Centre approx.26.00 x 14.50 x 3.70m including a central clerestory section 4.70m high having a Gross Internal Floor area of 362m² The Construction partially utilises the existing ground floor slab, cutting through for concrete pad foundations; new strip and pad foundations, the formation of a new concrete slab floor, steel frame with composite timber kit wall panels between the columns, metal curtain walling and timber cladding to the external walls with aluminium windows and screens, FJI joists and plywood roof deck, single ply roof membrane with a Sedum roof blanket. Internal framed and lined partitions including an acoustic moveable partition, floor, wall and ceiling finishes including suspended ceilings. Fitted commercial kitchen, public toilet facilities with sanitaryware and toilet cubicles, vanity units and IPS. Hot and Cold Water Installation, Waste water and Drainage Installations. Electrical and Communication Installations. LTHW and Underfloor Heating Installations utilising a Heat Pump source of the loch, External Works include a timber decked seating and picnic area, surrounding macadam paving and other external works around the new building. Section 2 - Golf and Football Pavilion The Construction of the Golf and Football Pavilion approx.15.30 x 14.40 x 3.50m having a Gross Internal Floor area of 222m² The Construction comprises strip and pad foundations, concrete floor slab, a combination of structural steel framing and structural composite timber kit wall panels, metal cladding and timber weatherboarding to the external walls with aluminium windows and doors. FJI roof joists and plywood roof deck, single ply roof membrane with Sedum roof blanket. Internal framed and lined partitions; floor, wall and ceiling finishes. Toilet, changing room and showering facilities including sanitaryware, toilet cubicles, vanity units and IPS. Hot and cold water installation, waste water and drainage installations. Electrical and Communication Installations, New Gas boiler feeding an underfloor Heating Installation. External Work include forming car parking, external services and other external works.

Coleg Gwent Usk Campus Phase 3 Learning Centre 2017

Coleg Gwent | Published March 9, 2017
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45214500

The contract is for the construction of a new Learning Centre at the Usk Campus of Coleg Gwent, plus a new car parking area for circa 35no. vehicles to be completed prior to commencement of the main works. The Learning Centre is to be constructed on an area of the campus currently being used for car parking, with the new car park to be situated on an adjacent previously undeveloped section of land (site investigation works have already been undertaken here), therefore a complete package of works will be required. Some works will also be required to improve the appearance of the adjacent Block D façade, including new curtain walls, front canopy and some rendering for aesthetic purposes. NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=63922

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published December 24, 2016
Winner
Tellams Incineration
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77000000, 03320000, 77100000, 15112000, 77610000, 77600000, 03000000, 03322000, 44612000, 03324000, 24110000, 24100000, 98390000, 60100000, 90513300, 90000000, 90513000, 90510000, 90512000, 34000000, 60000000, 63121100, 76000000, 79921000

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is an Executive Agency of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and delivers the Animal Health and Welfare policies of Defra, Scottish Government and Welsh Government across Great Britain (GB). Its principal function is the safeguarding of animal health and welfare and public health, which in turn support economic growth and trade.

From time to time, the APHA and other GB government (central, devolved and local authorities) may have a need to employ a range of contractors to deliver certain types of work on its behalf. The Authority has appointed 65 Providers onto a GB-wide, multi-supplier Framework for the delivery of any work as described in the 21 lots described in this notice. APHA will be the operational agents for the delivery of the Goods and Services under the Framework on behalf of the Authority. The Framework is open to other Contracting Bodies as detailed within this notice.

The services under this lot will require Providers to value agricultural plant and equipment and other property, animal feed/fodder, crops and both pedigree and non-pedigree animals including those from the following species:

— Bovines (where Valuation Rate Cards do not apply);

— Ovines;

— Porcines;

— Caprines;

— Avians (for species or breeds where Valuation Rate Cards do not apply);

— Cervines;

— Camelids;

— Equines;

— Canines;

— Felines;

— Ratites.

It is possible that Providers may also be required to value other species not listed above.

There may be some situations where the Owner has a legal right to appeal the original valuation ( Lot 1). In the event of a valuation being disputed by the Owner in either support of Daily Routine Work or in an Outbreak or Incident, the Authority may require the provision of Expert Valuation services delivered by an Expert Valuer(s) with experience in valuing the class of animal/bird/other whose value is being disputed.

The Monitor Valuation Service will involve an audit of the range of valuations being submitted (this would be most likely to occur in a large Outbreak) and aims to ensure that Valuers and Expert Valuers are completing the valuation assessments correctly and consistently.

Monitor Valuation services must be provided by a Monitor Valuer with appropriate skills and experience (typically, a Monitor Valuer will have much greater depth of experience than an Expert Valuer or Valuer).

This lot has been included to allow Contracting Bodies to access a range of flexible solutions for analysing market and sales data in order to generate rate cards/table valuations. It should be noted that at this time, it is expected that this service would be required to cover a range of poultry species/production systems.

The intention of this lot is to seek Providers that can assist Contracting Body's in catching poultry in a welfare friendly manner prior to any other process being undertaken. CGU services may be provided by the Contracting Body or 3rd Party providers as detailed in Lot 10. Other processes may include the taking of blood samples, clinical inspection or possibly culling the birds.

The intention of this lot is to allow Contacting Bodies to access the services of professional herders and drovers to assist in a range of operations. The majority of this work will fall into Outbreak/Incident response, though there may be a small element of Daily Routine Work assigned, for example, if a Keeper does not present their animals for inspection in the proscribed manner, legislation provides for government to have this work completed and then to recover any costs for this service from the keeper.

In an Outbreak or Incident, animal handlers or drovers or specialised equipment may be required to assist in the catching/collection of animals prior to further processes being applied — which may include clinical examination, further testing or culling. The handling methods will depend on the size and species of livestock, but shall meet with relevant administration's Code of Recommendations for the species. These can be found located on the relevant administrations website:

For red meat species, the preferred method of culling involves the use of a Captive Bolt Gun (CBG), which is followed immediately by pithing (the manual destruction of the brain and brain stem). Other culling methods may be used at the Contracting Body's discretion.

Operations may only begin when the Contracting Body grants permission. APHA/Contracting Body reserves the right to oversee these operations to ensure compliance with relevant welfare legislation.

In an Outbreak or Incident, Slaughtermen will be licensed to move on and off Affected Premises (APs), by issue of a notice from the Contracting Body. The notice will prescribe what must and must not happen on the AP and requires the Slaughtermen to follow strict bio-security guide lines, including wearing required PPE/RPE. Failure to observe the measures required in the notice is an offence under the Animal Health Act 1981, section 73. Slaughtermen may be required to go through an induction process to work on each AP.

In some instances, where animals are fractious or difficult to handle (for example feral cattle), free bullet (rifle) Marksmen may be required to cull them from a distance using a rifle and ammunition suitable for the species being culled. Use of other free bullet weapons may also be required, such as carbines and shotguns. The type of weapon required will be further defined in the call off process.

All Marksmen must hold relevant FAC/licences and permits to use their weapon and carry its associated ammunition. All free-bullet Marksmen must also hold a British Association for Shooting and Conservation Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1 (BASC DSC1) or international equivalent. In some instances, Marksmen may be required to have their FAC varied to allow them to cull other animal types, if required.

In some instances, Dart Gun Operators (DGOs) may be required to use tranquiliser guns/darts to sedate animals, generally before they are culled.

Operations may only begin when the Contracting Body grants permission. APHA/Contracting Body reserves the right to oversee these operations to ensure compliance with relevant welfare legislation.

In an Outbreak, DGOs will be licensed to move on and off Affected Premises (AP's), by issue of a notice from the Contracting Body. The notice will prescribe what must and must not happen on the AP and requires the Operatives to follow strict bio-security guide lines, including wearing required PPE. Failure to observe the measures required in the notice is an offence under the Animal Health Act 1981, section 73. DGOs may be required to go through an induction process to work on each AP.

Containerised Gassing Units (CGUs) may be required to deal with depopulation activities on a poultry farm. Trained and appropriately WATOK certified operatives should be provided as part of this service, as should the CGU, the requisite gas mix, any PPE/RPE (likely to be FFP3 standard as a minimum) required and any manual handling equipment (e.g. a Tele handler) to move kit about the farm. Note that the term ‘CGU Operators’ includes all employees of the provider engaged with delivering the services on the Affected Premises.

Operations may only begin when APHA/Contracting Body grants permission. APHA/Contracting Body reserves the right to oversee these operations to ensure compliance with relevant welfare legislation.

This lot has been designed to address Daily Routine Work requirements for the APHA and other interested Contracting Bodies.

There will be a requirement for a range of (generally) farmed animals to be gathered and removed prior to being transported in an approved manner to a facility (either owned or subcontracted by the Provider) where slaughter and further processes will be undertaken. This may be because animals are found which have not been identified or registered in accordance with current legislative requirements.

This lot gives the opportunity for providers to offer methods (including new or novel ones) for the mass depopulation of animals on an AP. The Authority is seeking to add providers that can provide alternative Depopulation solutions to a framework. All methods must be approved under WASK, and might include:

— Electrical stun/kill;

— Anoxic gas mixtures;

— Other gas mixtures;

— Chemical Euthanasia (Lethal Injection).

Other types of depopulation services may be available which the Authority is not aware of — methods should be welfare friendly and comply with relevant legislation. Services may include Whole House Gassing, anoxic gas/foam delivery systems, gassing bags etc. Further instructions regarding the use of these culling methods would be issued at the time of call off.

This lot is seeking Providers of general transport services who could be used to collect and deliver a range of large/bulky items around Great Britain. For Daily Routine Work, it's expected there would be a lead in time provided, outlining the quantity of items required to be hauled and the timeframe within it should be completed. In an Outbreak situation, there is likely to be a lead in time of between 6 and 12 hours notice of the requirements. It is highly likely that out of hours and weekend deliveries would be required to support an Outbreak or Incident.

A range of transport options are considered from curtain sided trailers to open top lorries to move a range of items around GB (e.g. Containerised Gassing Units, animal handling equipment, plant health trailers, welfare units etc.). Most items are stored at a central site and would need to be delivered to the directed site within a very short period of time during an Outbreak or Incident. Driver's must be trained and certified.

This Lot is seeking the safe and biosecure disposal by incineration of waste materials in a disposal facility or via a mobile incinerator approved for the processing such material under the relevant ABP/WID legislation. Unless specified, the word ‘incinerator’ means both fixed plant or mobile incineration device.

If the incinerator provides an ‘ashes back’ service to clients (for example when providing a pet cremation service) and it incinerates specified risk material, the incinerator will be subject to an intensive cleansing and disinfection process prior to any ash being able to be returned to clients.

The incinerator must be able to process a minimum of 1 (one) tonne per hour of waste material and should have access to a dedicated weighbridge/weighing mechanism.

Providers should make alternative arrangements for processing their BAU waste at their own cost should it not be possible to allow the incinerator to continue processing routine waste.

This Lot is seeking the safe and biosecure disposal by rendering of waste materials in a disposal facility approved for the processing of Category 1 or Category 2 Materials under the relevant ABP legislation. Multiple Providers from Lot 16 may be required to provide the Service. Providers must be willing to work with 3rd party Providers form Lot 16.

Providers should make alternative arrangements for processing their Daily Routine Work waste at their own cost should it not be possible to allow the Disposal Facility to continue processing this material. If the Provider has more than one disposal line available for the provision of the Services, it may be possible to continue with Daily Routine Work at the same time — this will only be possible if the disposal line used to process Category 1 or 2 Waste materials is completely separate and biosecure, including separate dedicated entrances and exits to and from the Disposal Facility. In an outbreak situation APHA will need to check the pre.

Transport of Waste materials which may be classified as UN class 6 dangerous goods by ADR legislation, as enforced in Great Britain by CDG 2009 (SI 2009 No 1348) and in Northern Ireland by CDG 2010 (SR 160)

Drivers must be trained and certified commensurate to the relevant type of vehicle and dangerous goods being carried. Vehicles must also comply with the relevant parts of the CDG 2009 and CDG 2010 legislation.

Transport of waste materials must be in leak-proof, sealed ‟containers‟. When in a sheeted container or vehicle, the load shall be covered by an additional top liner weighted down by absorbent material treated with an appropriate disinfectant. Transport providers are required as part of the specification to provide absorbent material e.g. sawdust, shavings and Visqueen Polythene sheeting or equivalent. It is also compulsory that a number of miscellaneous items be carried on board. Details can be found in the ADR legislation and guidance notes but will include, as a minimum.

This lot has been designed to address Daily Routine Work requirements for the APHA and other interested Contracting Bodies. From time to time, there may be a requirement for a range of farm animals to be transported from their current location and then transported in an approved manner to another site. Reason for the use of this service may include, but are not limited to:

— Animals which are subject to a court order and need to be removed for their own welfare.

— When animals are on vehicles that during inspection are deemed to be unsuitable or unsafe for onward transit of the load and they need to be diverted to another location.

There may be occasions where a rapid response to a call for service would be required, for example when the evacuation of animals is required because of imminent or likely risk to their welfare (e.g. flooding).

The main types of animals include:

— Bovines;

— Ovines;

— Porcines;

— Caprines;

— Cervines;

— Camelids;

— Equines;

— Poultry.

Though from time to time,

The Authority or other Contracting Body (which will generally be the Local Authority) may on occasion need to safely transport animals or birds, which are:

— Illegally landed (for example not accompanied with health certification, or incomplete or incorrect health certification) and are therefore liable to action such as being detained and or subject to quarantine.

— Suspected of being infected with or exposed to a notifiable disease or other disease or agent, e.g. rabies,

Suitable precautions must be taken by any Provider delivering this service to ensure human and animal safety, including minimising risks to workers and the general public. Diseases such as rabies which are zoonotic can be potentially transmitted between animals and people.

Animals infected by diseases such as rabies may become aggressive, so care must be taken when working with them. Further information is available for Providers about working with zoonotics on the Health and Safety Executive pages or from.

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) have a statutory responsibility to fulfil the requirements of Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005, dealing with the protection of animals during transport and related operations to ensure that the welfare of the animals is safeguarded in the event that APHA is responsible for either identifying non-compliance by transporters and/or detention of animals as envisaged under Article 22 and Article 23 of the Regulation:

In the event of an outbreak of a Notifiable Avian Disease (NAD — this includes Newcastle Disease and avian influenza) various means of euthanasia may be employed by the APHA. One such method is a system which has been devised and set up for the gassing of birds in Containerised Gassing Units (CGUs). These containers have been specifically designed for the purpose, utilising standard modules in common use in the poultry industry for containing the birds. The preferred gas mix is an argon/carbon dioxide mix at a ratio of 80/20 with a maximum oxygen content of 2 %. If water fowl are being dealt with, the preferred gas mix would have a 0 % oxygen mix. This lot has been included to generally allow the Authority or Contracting Body's to call of the gas for use in their own CGUs.

There is a small amount of Daily Routine Work within this lot, mainly around supporting APHA field training activities.

The Authority or other Contracting Body may have a requirement to source a range of flexible package or containment systems to assist in the safe collection and storage of a range of hazardous waste materials. This may include animals or animal by products that have been exposed to biological, chemical and radioactive material. These goods maybe sourced in advanced of their requirement or sought urgently in the event of an Outbreak or Incident.

The purpose of this lot is to allow potential Providers to outline the types of systems they could offer which in the event of needing the goods, could easily be accessed via this framework.

Products may include flexible packaging systems, such as foldable boxes or plastic packaging in a range of sizes and quantities. All products must comply with the relevant legislation and industry guidelines that apply to the end use purpose of the product.

Health services

NHS Shared Business Services | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
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85100000, 33000000, 33100000, 33190000, 33196000, 33197000, 33692000, 51200000, 51300000, 51410000, 85140000, 85323000

This tender is for the provision of Technology Enabled Care Services covering a variety of products and services

The framework aims to deliver emphasis on outcomes to allow flexibility for service development at local level, increased service user orientation and an integrated approach to service delivery. Tenderers are expected to provide suitable products and/or services that can offer value for money and help drive efficient and effective ways of working within the following lots:

— Lot 1 — Electronic Assistive Technologies (For use in Health and Social Care).

— Lot 2 — Alarm Technologies and Services.

— Lot 3 — Continuous Monitoring Services.

— Lot 4- Schedule Remote and On Demand Services.

An Electronic Assistive Technology (EAT) service under this lot would provide environmental control systems and alternative means of computer access for persons with complex disabilities or frailties in the community.

Environmental control systems enable persons with complex disabilities and/or frailties to have control over a range of appliances installed around their home. Using their most reliable method of access (e.g. direct touch, switches, voice activation, eye gaze), users operate a central controller which generally outputs infrared, but can sometimes also utilise radio frequency codes, to access a range of peripheral devices. Many users presented with some of the most complex physical disabilities, with perhaps only one reliable movement. However, an environmental control system enables them to independently carry out a variety of activities.

In general these systems can offer access to the following areas of function:

— Leisure: Devices such as a television, sound systems, Hi-Fis, computer access etc.

— Communication: intercom systems, hands-free telephones. A number of controllers are also able to output speech, either through access to a number of phrases or an accessible keyboard, for those with communication difficulties.

— Comfort: radio controlled radiator valves, infrared light switches, control of the position of a chair or bed, curtain and blind control, and mains operation for devices such as lamps, fans, or heaters.

— Security: pagers or call alarms, remote access to door openers, door release mechanisms.

In addition to providing a degree of independence for the user, these systems can also provide support for the family or carers as they are no longer solely responsible for ensuring the comfort of the patient. In some instances it can give additional confidence to enable a carer to leave the house for short periods of time without having to worry, as if anything happens the person at home can seek help immediately.

This could also be classified as Person Centred Technology (PCT) which can be defined as including electronic assistive and supportive technologies e.g. voice prompts, bath sensors, shutting down of equipment to prevent hazards etc.

Electronic Assistive Technology helps people who are limited by severe physical impairment to operate equipment around the home. Provision typically addresses the following areas:

— Home security.

— Communications within the home and with the wider world.

— Comfort and control of environment.

— Control of home entertainment equipment.

Products and services positioned for people who require external support (e.g. housing services, social care, and/or health services) to keep living independently or those who support and care for them. Users include those with physical or learning disabilities, mental health problems, the frail and older people, children, young adults or people who may have dementia or epileptic seizures. Telecare is a combination of alarms and sensors linked to a communications device to enable remote monitoring.

This cover includes but is not limited:

Base Unit, Personal Alarms, Home or personal health sensors, Activity Monitors, Bed or chair occupancy sensor, Bogus caller button, Carbon Monoxide Monitors, Epilepsy Sensors, Fall Detectors, Fire or smoke alarms, Flood detectors, Gas shut off valves, Incontinence Sensors, Medication management, Property exit sensors, Temperature extremes

This Lot also provides the assistive services that support any alerts received from sensors placed in the home or community so that reactive maintenance can be provided and the appropriate service (Blue Light) can be notified in the event of a serious incident.

This Lot includes but is not limited to the provision of measuring devices, data.

To supply products and services for the purpose of regular monitoring of vital signs to detect unusual activity before the situation becomes critical.

Products and services supplied under this lot will be aimed at helping people manage their short or long term health conditions in a community or medical environment, e.g. those with long term conditions such as diabetes, stroke and heart failure, or short term surveillance as part of post-operative care in a supported early discharge service.

The scope of this lot covers remote monitoring (hardware and software) and services. For example:

— Blood glucose / blood pressure / body mass index (BMI) and cardiac arrhythmia monitors; electrocardiogram (ECG); medication reminder systems; pulse oxiometers; spirometers; personal temperature monitors; personal weighing scales, etc.

— Home hubs and other personal application hosting and communications devices e.g. set top boxes, personal computers with internet connection and smart phones.

— Licenses and content for activity monitoring products, vital signs monitoring products and wearable devices.

— Peripheral medical devices where required.

— Associated software to support interoperability, software updates, network connectivity.

Typical Care Settings:

— Primary care e.g. to assist with self-care and enable triaged access to primary care; for those with complex LTCs and regular unplanned care events; to support immediate diagnosis by GPs

— Community care e.g. for pre-operative assessment

— Reablement e.g. for post-operative recovery assessment.

— Acute elective e.g. for detailed operative or pre-operative assessment.

— Urgent and emergency care e.g. to link to patient records/care plans; for post-operative assessment; short term monitoring by ambulance service of patients not transported to hospital; timely diagnosis support on Ambulatory ECGs; for operative assessment.

— Long term conditions e.g. to support — initial diagnosis; titration of medication for newly diagnosed/unstable, patients; annual reviews for stable patients.

— Maternity and children e.g. for higher-risk pregnancy; control of hypertension or gestational diabetes; natural miscarriage support; gynaecology post-operative discharge advice.

— Mental health e.g. for alcohol and substance misuse recovery support.

Examples of Desired Outcomes:

— Improved ability to self-care and reduced anxiety,

— Early anticipation of exacerbations,

— Better informed out-of-hours service,

— Reduced emergency attendances and hospital admissions,

— Greater patient convenience and reduced travel,

— Reduced missed doses of medicines,

— Richer baseline data to inform clinical decisions,

— Reduced need for out-patient attendances,

— Free up clinical/nurse time spent on routine checks.

Scheduled and on demand remote interactions help people to manage and control chronic illness and sustain independence. They enable the remote exchange of information, primarily between a patient or citizen and a health or care professional, to assist in diagnosing or monitoring health status and/or promoting good health.

The scope of this lot includes but is not limited to Telemedicine and Teleconsultation which seeks to promote remote peer-to-peer support between clinicians and/or consultations between patients and clinicians. It could also be used for wound or pressure sore monitoring, stroke support or therapy services (such as speech and language services).

Tele-coaching is another core element that provides video conferencing facilities and/ or telephone advice from a coach to support people by building knowledge, skills and confidence to change behaviours and covers factors such as lifestyle changes, medicine management and access to appropriate services.

Examples of desired outcomes include:

— Reduced need for out-patient attendances,

— Free up clinical/nurse time spent on routine checks,

— Remote access to expert opinion,

— Ability to reduce inequalities for rural settings,

— Care at or closer to home,

— Privacy, confidentiality and security,

— Interventions at a convenient time,

— Independent feedback on progress,

— Help in self-determination.

— Greater citizen confidence and independence

— Carer respite and support

Overall this improves patient experience creating faster intervention and treatment. Technology alone can't deliver a transformation in care, but when embedded in a wider package of care and new ways of working, the combined innovation can have a powerful impact on improving patient outcomes and reducing inequality.

Health and social work services

Leicester City Council | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
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85000000, 39100000, 39700000

Approximately 70 young people leave care settings provided by Leicester City Council each year and each is given a Leaving Care Grant of £2000, to buy essential household goods, enabling them to live independently. The Authority intends to create a competitive framework agreement of Suppliers who are able to supply and deliver goods to these young people and enable them to get the best value for their money.

The young people will be supported by a case worker who will assist them with choosing and purchasing the goods that they wish to buy.

Including but not limited to:

— Washing Machine.

— Cooker (including hob, oven and grill).

— Fridge Freezer.

Including but not limited to:

— Electric kettle.

— Toaster.

— Alarm clock.

— Smoke alarm.

— Iron.

— Vacuum cleaner.

— Television.

Including but not limited to:

— Saucepan set (including frying pan).

— Tea towels.

— Dinner set.

— Cutlery set.

— Kitchen tool set (spoon, masher etc.)

— Roasting tin set.

— Knife set.

— Tin opener.

— Casserole dish.

— Kitchen bin.

— Ironing board.

— Clothes airer.

— Dust pan and brush.

— Pack of four mugs.

— Pack of four glasses.

Including but not limited to:

— Single bed and mattress.

— Double bed and mattress.

— Sofa.

— Chest of drawers.

— Wardrobe (2 door).

— Coffee table.

— Table and chairs.

Including but not limited to:

— Single duvet.

— Single duvet covers.

— Single fitted sheets.

— Pillows.

— Pillow cases.

— Bath towels.

— Hand towels.

— Flannels.

Including but not limited to:

— Curtains.

Curtain poles.

— Carpets and fitting as required.

Construction work

Forth Valley College | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45200000, 45210000, 45214000, 45214300, 45214310, 45214320, 45214500, 45220000

Forth Valley College (‘the College’) is seeking to appoint a single stage Design and Build Main Contractor (‘Contractor’) who will take on full responsibility for the New Falkirk Campus, including checking and completing the design and constructing the new Campus of approximately 20, 263 m².

The Construction phase is expected to be completed in a 23 month period, up until mid-August 2019, with the occupation of the building by the College no later than October 2019.

The Full Business Case for the new 20 263 sq.m Falkirk Campus has recently been approved by the Scottish Government with permission secured to proceed to OJEU/ESPD. A redacted version of the Full Business Case has been provided, however Bidders should note that this has been provided for information only, and that due to the design development process some aspects may have been superseded (see Appendix A, i and ii).

The role of the Contactor will be to check the proposed design, before completing the design and carrying out the Works to completion. The client Architect's design will be taken to RIBA Stage 4-, the client Civil and Structural Engineers and client Mechanical and Electrical Engineers designs will be taken to RIBA Stage 3+.

The accommodation will consist of two main blocks with the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block (over 2 floors) containing:

— classrooms

— computer workshops

— science laboratories

— staff workrooms

— refectory

— kitchen

— salon services

— sports facilities

— energy centre

— study places and flexible learning areas

— accessible roof

Practical Teaching block (over one floor of two storey height) containing workshops for:

— gas safety

— plumbing

— renewable and sustainable energy

— carpentry and joinery

— wood machining

— bricklaying

— painting and decoration

— mechanical maintenance

— electrical maintenance

— electrical installation and instrumentation

— welding and fabrication

— chemical engineering and fabrication

External Works will consist of:

— areas of soft and hard landscaping

— planting

— car parking for approximately 618 cars

— lighting

— cctv installation

— access control

The construction of the new Campus will comprise of the following:

Academic Teaching/Administrative/Sports block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— pc suspended first floor and roof

— structural steel frame, pc stair units

— external walls of Danish facing brick on sfs internal leaf

— metal windows and curtain walling

— internal partitions of glass

— sliding folding partitioning and plasterboard stud partitioning

— raised access floors to a number of areas

— acoustic ceilings

— fixed FF&E

Practical Teaching block:

— piled foundations (a proportion of which will be energy piles)

— pile caps and ground beams

— suspended ground floor slab

— steel deck roof, structural steel frame

— external metal cladding on sfs internal leaf

— steel framed metal mezzanine floors to some areas

— block internal partitions and plasterboard internal partitioning

— fixed FF&E and workshop machinery

A more detailed description of the project is provided within Section 2 (Specification of Requirements) of the Instructions to Bidders document, and bidders are expected to have read this Section 2 prior to submitting their ESPD responses. The Instructions to Bidders document can be found within Public Contracts Scotland-Tender (PCS-T) and via the following link https://www.forthvalley.ac.uk/about-us/media-centre/new-falkirk-campus/

In summary, the Specification of Requirements includes:

— Introduction to Forth Valley College

— Overview of the Project

— Project Programme

— Environmental Performance

— Design/Build Quality

— Cost

— Funding/Financial

— Role of the Contractor

— Client Team

— Overview of the Design (including Accommodation, Construction, Services)

— Building Information Modelling

— Form of Contract/Contract Performance Conditions

— Project Bank Accounts

— Fair Working Practices

— Modern Slavery Act 2015

— Community Benefits

— Sustainable Procurement

The College is committed to ensuring that we, and our key suppliers and contractors, adopt fair working practices in relation to our workforce in delivery of our services (including throughout the supply chain). In recognition of this, Forth Valley College is proud to be a Living Wage Accredited Employer (see www.livingwage.org.uk). Please refer to the Instruction to Bidders document for more details.

Motor vehicles

Commercial Services Kent Limited | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 8, 2017
cpvs
34100000, 34110000, 34136000, 34140000, 34130000, 34210000, 34120000, 34121000, 34121200, 34121300, 34115200, 34144430, 34139000, 34134000

CSKL invites tenders for organisations to participate in a 48 month multi-lot Framework for the hire/rental of vehicles. The Framework will be used by CSKL and may also be used by all Local Authorities and all other Contracting Authorities located in the United Kingdom, a list of definable groups are provided within VI.3 of this notice.

The Agreement is also available to all current and future members of The Procurement Partnership Limited's (TPPL) buying club. A list of members of TPPL can be obtained from http://www.tppl.co.uk/about-us/our-members/

The Agreement is also available to all members and associate members of the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO). A list of members of NEPO is available here https://www.nepo.org/about, and a full list of associate members is available here https://www.nepo.org/associate-membership/list.

Hire of Passenger Cars including vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuels. This lot includes for the provision of bespoke car-club schemes.

Hire of Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and on/off road 4x4 vehicles up to 3.5 tonne, including vehicles operating on Diesel, Petrol, Hybrid, Electric, LPG, Hydrogen, and Bio fuels. The lot also covers hire of vehicles with body conversions including but not limited to tippers, drop-side, Luton, flat, curtain-side, recycling, aerial platform, jetter, cranes, street lighting and any other body type an Authority may require, including all vehicle racking.

Hire of Medium Commercial Vehicles (MCVs) from 3.5 tonnes to 12.5 tonnes including vehicles operating on Diesel, Petrol, Hybrid, Electric, LPG, Hydrogen, and Bio fuels. The lot also includes vehicles with body conversions including but not limited to tippers, drop-side, Luton, flat, curtain-side, recycling, aerial platform, jetter, cranes, street lighting and any other body type an Authority may require, including all vehicle racking.

Hire of Welfare Buses Coaches with 5 and up to 72 seats including vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuel. Accessible/non-accessible welfare buses will be van or coach-built. Coaches can be articulated, double or single decked or any other body type an authority may require.

Hire of Sweepers including pedestrian, sub-compact, compact, mid-size and truck-mounted (up to 18.5 tonnes). This including vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuelled sweepers.

Hire of Heavy Goods Vehicles from 12.5 tonnes to 44 tonnes including those with Specialist and Municipal bodies and conversions including but not limited to tippers, dropside, flat, beavertail, curtain-side, box, Luton, refuse collection, bin lifts and recycling bodies, gritter, snowplough and auger spreaders, tanker, gully emptier, aerial platforms, hook loader and demountable body systems, jetter, cranes, mobile library and offices, vehicle and plant recovery, street lighting and highway maintenance bodies, generators, temporary lighting and any other body type an Authority may require including associated trailers. This lot includes for vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuel.

Lead Design Consultant and Multidisciplinary Consultancy Services for Conservation and Infrastructure works. The Curtain Rises at Seaton Delaval Hall

National Trust | Published December 23, 2016
Winner
Mosedale Gillatt
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 71223000, 71240000, 71241000, 71242000, 71243000, 71244000, 71245000, 71247000, 71248000, 71300000, 71500000, 71310000, 71320000, 71312000, 71311000, 71315000, 71315300, 71315210, 71321000

Architectural and Multidisciplinary Consultancy Services for Conservation and Infrastructure works.

Quantity Surveying Services for the Curtain Rises Project at Seaton Delaval Hall

National Trust | Published December 23, 2016
Winner
Todd Milburn Partnership
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71240000, 71246000, 71242000, 71244000

The National Trust wishes to appoint a quantity surveying practice in connection with the Curtain Rises Project at Seaton Delaval Hall. The project includes conservation and repair works, creation of new visitor facilities including café, toilets and play and the restoration of historic garden area and interpretation installations.

Supply and Fixing of Curtains, Blinds, Valances and Drapes.

University of Birmingham | Published April 1, 2017
Winner
Capricorn Blinds Ltd
cpvs
39515000

Supply and Fixing of Curtains, Blinds, Valances and Drapes to various areas across the University Campus. The requirement includes the supply and fixing of a range of: — Curtains (from light duty student bedroom curtains to heavy blackout curtains); — Blinds (including vertical, venetian, and specialized conservatory roof blinds/sunshades); — Valances and drapes; — Replacement tracks and poles.

Stanhope Primary School - Roof Works

London Borough of Ealing | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
Winner
Amber Construction Services Ltd
cpvs
45214200

New Felt Roof Coverings, Curtain Walling, and Building Repairs

Leith Primary School, Edinburgh - New Build Extension

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published April 4, 2017
Winner
Ashwood Scotland Ltd
cpvs

The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to appoint a suitably experienced Contractor to construct a new 850m2 2 storey building comprising ground floor nursery and first floor gym hall accommodation for Leith Primary School. The estimated value of the works is indicated within the notice under size of the contract. The works are outlined below:- - Submit application to CEC Roads department to suspend parking bays and public footpath along south site curtilage (Duke Place) to allow commencement of works. - Conduct dilapidation surveys of neighbouring residential properties and school. - Make utilities applications as required. - Mobilise and set up safe routes to site. - Set up site offices and stores. - Construct new gum hall and nursery; - Complete sub-structure and lay underground drainage - Erect superstructure - Construct external cladding materials (facing brick/ceramic rainscreen/metal rainscreen/single ply roofing membrane/Curtain walling - Complete internals (partitions/finishes/fittings etc) - Run services (underfloor heating/radiant panels/photovoltaic array/ventilation turrets/lighting/small power) - External landscaping works - De-mobilise and clear site The contractor will undertake responsibility to manage all traffic management for the duration of the works. Contract Value The estimated cost of the works is GBP2.5 - GBP2.8m. The Council is inviting interested organisations to apply for this contract by noting interest on www.edin-tend.co.uk and completing the European Single Procurement Document (ESPD). A guidance document and the ESPD will be available for immediate download following your note of interest. Bidders must complete and return the ESPD no later than 12noon on Wednesday 8th June 2016.

RA216042 - Medical Disposable Curtains

UCLPartners Procurement Service (PPS) | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
cpvs
33000000

This is an exercise to consolidate purchases within the Medical Disposable Curtains category area for Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Trust. If any products do not specify a set unit no set unit size, please state your unit size in the notes section of your quote. Alternative products may be provided. Please state which items are alternatives in the notes section of your quote. Prices must be fixed for 12 months. If you can hold it for a shorter period of time, please state this in your quote. Thank you. - To access this competition: login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity RA216042. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote RA216042 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.
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