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FRAMEWORK FOR SUPPLY OF FURNITURE, SOFT FURNISHINGS, APPLIANCES AND THE PROVISION OF STORAGE AND STOCK MANAGEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH A FURNITURE PACK RENTAL SCHEME

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published February 1, 2014  -  Deadline March 10, 2014
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39000000, 39100000, 39200000, 39220000, 39500000, 39530000, 39531000, 39700000, 39710000, 39140000, 39143000, 39143100, 39143110, 39143120, 39143300

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. Furniture. Furnishing. Kitchen equipment, household and domestic items and catering supplies. Textile articles. Carpets, mats and rugs. Carpets. Domestic appliances. Electrical domestic appliances. Domestic furniture. Bedroom, dining room and living-room furniture. Bedroom furniture. Beds and bedding and specialist soft furnishings. Bedroom furniture, other than beds and bedding. Living-room furniture. The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘Council') is the local housing authority for Kirklees and holds a stock of properties of around twenty-two thousand eight hundred (22,800) which are managed by Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing Limited (“KNH”) (a wholly Council owned arm's length management organisation formed in 2002). The Young People's Tenancies Team within KNH manages Council tenancies held by sixteen to eighteen (16-18) year olds. The Council is looking for a customer focused one-stop shop to provide goods and ancillary services so that it can offer a rentable furniture pack to its young clients. The Council is looking for a responsive, prompt order and delivery service as well as a stock management service when required. There will between eighty(80) and one hundred and ten (110) new tenancies per annum and the Council is seeking a two (2) year framework contract with the option to extend for up to two (2) further periods of one (1) year each. Terms defined in the Framework Agreement shall where used in this Specification bear the same meanings unless the context otherwise requires. The core inventory per property is: - Electric cooker - Fridge freezer OR fridge with ice box (dependent on kitchen layout) - Washing Machine - Carpets for lounge, bedroom and hall - Vinyl flooring for kitchen and bathroom - Curtains OR voile to lounge and bedroom (including curtain tracks or hanging wire) - Double Bed (metal frame and mattress) These items will generally be ordered as a package, but individual items may also be ordered, for example as replacements. There will also be some occasions when other items will be required as follows: - Highchair - Single Wardrobe - 2 seater Sofa - Beanbag These items will not be required as a package. For further details, please refer to Part 2 of Schedule 1 of the Tender Documents (‘Project Brief & Specification').

City of Edinburgh Council Contractor Works Framework

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
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45310000, 45317000, 45421100, 45351000, 45421110, 45421111, 45421112, 45421130, 45421131, 45421132, 45260000, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261900, 45261920, 45261910, 45262000, 44112400, 44112500, 45315100, 45317000, 45310000, 45315000, 45111240, 45111230, 45111250, 44212400, 45421000, 45422100, 45332200, 50116100, 51110000, 45317000, 45350000, 45351000, 45260000, 45261210, 45261900, 44112400, 45421110, 45421112, 45421130, 45421132, 44221000, 44221100, 44221110, 45421111, 45421131, 44221200, 31518300, 45261210, 45300000, 45210000, 45211350, 45212000, 45215000, 50700000, 45214200, 45214000, 45262690, 45262800, 45300000, 45262700, 45210000, 45212000, 45212300, 45212320, 45212350, 45213100, 45214200, 45215000, 45215200, 45262690, 45262800, 45300000, 45262700, 45262500, 45262522

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 £500k 7 Multi Trade £500k to £5m. 8 Major Projects >£5m 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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45310000, 45317000, 45421100, 45351000, 45421110, 45421111, 45421112, 45421130, 45421131, 45421132, 45260000, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261900, 45261920, 45261910, 45262000, 44112400, 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

Heavy-duty motor vehicles

The Association of North East Councils Limited trading as the North East Procurement Organisation | Published November 16, 2017
Winner
Dawsonrentals Bus and Coach Limited
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34140000, 34139000, 34130000, 34115200, 34120000

The Association of North East Councils Limited trading as the North East Procurement Organisation invited tenders for organisations to participate in a 48 month Agreement for the supply of Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs), buses and coaches, including converted/unconverted chassis on a purchase or contract hire basis. The Agreement will be used by NEPO, and may also be used by all Local Authorities and other contracting authorities located in the United Kingdom.

The Agreement is 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

Lot 1: Vehicle Chassis 12.5 t — 44 t including spare parts and maintenance contracts. Chassis supplied to be both converted and unconverted operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuels. This Lot is for the purchase of either unconverted chassis or converted chassis from the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), who can supply direct, or via any of their franchise dealerships.

Lot 2: Vehicle Conversions up to 44 t. This Lot is for the purchase of converted chassis from the convertors appointed to the framework. Eligible Bodies can if they choose to, nominate a preferred chassis for conversion. Alternatively, where the Eligible Body owns an existing chassis, they can pay for the body only for the purpose of mounting on an existing chassis. Convertors can make available for sale ex-demonstration vehicles to Eligible Bodies within this Lot.

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, and any other body type an Eligible Bodies may require. The Lot will also include the options to offer spare parts and maintenance contract services.

Lot 3: Contract Hire of Heavy Goods Vehicles and includes for vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuel. Types of HGVs to be hired includes, but is not limited to the full range of vehicle categories and sizes covered in Lots 1 and 2 but also any other heavy goods, specialist and municipal vehicles exceeding 12.5 tonnes.

Within Lot 3 Eligible Bodies can nominate through mini-competition their preferred ancillary service providers, including maintenance provision. Vehicles hired under Lot 3 may require extras to be fitted to the vehicles, including, tracking devices, Bluetooth kits, tool boxes and livery. These will be identified through mini-competitions and may result in some marks/holes upon the vehicles dependent on the nature of the extras to be fitted by the Eligible Body.

Lot 4: Contract Hire of minibuses, coaches, double-decked and articulated buses with 5 — 75 seats (including accessible vehicles) and includes for vehicles operating on Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, LPG (liquid petroleum gas), Hydrogen and Bio fuel. Vehicles may be coach-built, OEM standard or van-based conversions.

Within Lot 3 Eligible Bodies can nominate through mini-competition their preferred ancillary service providers, including maintenance provision. Vehicles hired under Lot 3 may require extras to be fitted to the vehicles, including, tracking devices, Bluetooth kits, tool boxes and livery. These will be identified through mini-competitions and may result in some marks/holes upon the vehicles dependent on the nature of the extras to be fitted by the Eligible Body.

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.

Motor vehicles

Commercial Services Kent Limited | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 8, 2017
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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.

Motor vehicles

Commercial Services Kent Limited | Published May 24, 2017
Winner
SHB Hire Ltd
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34100000, 34110000, 34136000, 34140000, 34130000, 34210000, 34120000, 34121000, 34121200, 34121300, 34115200, 34144430, 34139000, 34134000

CSKL invited 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 the associated contract 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.

Specialist vehicles

ESPO | Published April 14, 2017
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34114000, 34140000, 34144700, 34143000, 34144410, 34144440, 34144510, 34144511, 34144430, 34144431, 34921100, 34114400, 34121000, 34121100, 34121400, 34144910

Tenders are invited for the supply of a wide range of vehicles via various funding arrangements — contract hire / finance leases / funded purchase plans. ‘With’ or ‘without’ maintenance is also available.

Range of vehicles to include;

specialist and municipal vehicles, such as refuse collection vehicles, gritters, sweepers, gully emptiers, minibuses/midibuses, larger buses, mobile library vehicles, etc. These are to be split across the following 5 lots — commercial vehicles up to and including 7.5T GVM; commercial vehicles over 7.5T GVM; sweepers under 7.5T GVM; passenger transport vehicles up to 32 seats; passenger transport vehicles over 32 seats;

The framework agreement will be open for use by those users deemed permissible and will operate on the basis of further competition only.

To tender: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) Register (c) Search for tender opportunity ‘218_17’ d) Express an interest (e) Download the tender from the website.

Tenders are invited for a national framework contract allowing for the hire/leasing of various types of specialist vehicles.

The scope of the requirement encompasses 5 different lots of vehicle which are to be procured via further competition under the framework.

This particular lot is for medium to long term hire/leasing of vehicles, with or without maintenance (Commercial vehicles up to and including 7.5T GVM including, but not restricted to, tippers, drop sides, Lutons, curtain-sides, platforms, flatbeds, truck–mounted cranes/access platforms/cherry pickers, jetters and pick-up trucks).

Tenders are invited for a national framework contract allowing for the hire/leasing of various types of specialist vehicles.

The scope of the requirement encompasses 5 different lots of vehicle which are to be procured via further competition under the framework.

This particular lot is for medium to long term hire/leasing of vehicles, with or without maintenance (Commercial vehicles over 7.5T GVM including but not restricted to tippers, drop sides, Lutons, curtain-sides, platforms, flatbeds, truck–mounted cranes/access platforms/cherry pickers, jetters, pick-up trucks, winter maintenance vehicles, gully emptiers, recycling and refuse-collections vehicles, road-sweepers (chassis mounted), mobile libraries, tipper trucks, skip loaders and truck–mounted cranes/access platforms/cherry pickers).

Tenders are invited for a national framework contract allowing for the hire/leasing of various types of specialist vehicles.

The scope of the requirement encompasses 5 different lots of vehicle which are to be procured via further competition under the framework.

This particular lot is for medium to long term hire/leasing of vehicles, with or without maintenance (Sweepers under 7.5t GVM including but not restricted to pedestrian, sub-compact and compact sweepers).

Tenders are invited for a national framework contract allowing for the hire/leasing of various types of specialist vehicles.

The scope of the requirement encompasses 5 different lots of vehicle which are to be procured via further competition under the framework.

This particular lot is for medium to long term hire/leasing of vehicles, with or without maintenance (Passenger Transport Vehicles (up to and including 32 seats) including but not restricted to mini-buses, some midi-buses and welfare vehicles — standard and/or wheelchair accessible).

Tenders are invited for a national framework contract allowing for the hire/leasing of various types of specialist vehicles.

The scope of the requirement encompasses 5 different lots of vehicle which are to be procured via further competition under the framework.

This particular lot is for medium to long term hire/leasing of vehicles, with or without maintenance (Passenger Transport Vehicles (over 32 seats) including but not restricted to large buses, some midi-buses and coaches — standard and/or wheelchair accessible).

External Refurbishment Works Programme 2016 - 2020

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published November 17, 2015
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45453100

L&Q are looking to procure contractors for a programme of works to include major repairs, renewals, upgrades or improvements to the external envelope of the building and any external and internal communal areas. Summary of works to be included (but not limited to):- Front/Back/Side Doors (depending on lease)- Chimneys- Communal doors- Fascias, soffits & bargeboards- Flat Roof replacement- Pitched Roof replacement- Roof covering replacement- Porches- Balconies- Rainwater goods- Retaining walls- Roof insulation- Soil vent pipes- Structural Works - concrete repairs i.e. spalling concrete issue- Wall finish i.e. Repairs to fair faced brick, glass curtain walling, non-traditional, pointing, pebble dashing, plastic cladding, render, stone, tile hung, weather boarded- Wall insulation- Waste management, (Rubbish chutes, bin stores)- Window replacement- Fire Safety Works- Asbestos Survey & Removal- Access arrangement is scaffolding, towers, cherry pickers etc.It is envisaged that the initial contract will run to March 2020 with an option to extend for a further one year.

Construction work

Forth Valley College | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
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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.

Fire-prevention installation works

LHC on behalf of Scottish Procurement Alliance | Published November 7, 2017
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45343000, 75251110, 35000000, 31625100, 31518200, 31625200, 31625000, 45312100, 45312311, 51700000, 45315100, 71314100, 50413200, 71330000, 80550000, 71317100, 71313410, 71315100, 71315200, 71315210, 71317210, 71317000, 71318000, 71630000, 90721800, 35110000, 35111300, 35111320, 35111400, 39525400, 45343200, 45343100, 44221220, 44111400, 45421130, 45421152, 79711000, 45343220, 45343230, 35111500, 44165200

SPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that undertake specialist services relating to fire safety.

Various Works, Supplies and Services.

Framework or/and Dynamic Purchasing System Opportunity

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

The proposed regions:

UKM5 — North Eastern Scotland,

UKM5 — Eastern Scotland,

UKM8 — West Central Scotland,

UKM9 — Southern Scotland.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist Fire Safety Services to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Specialist Fire Safety Consultancy Services and Fire Risk Assessment

— Service and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

— Maintenance and Servicing of Fire Fighting Equipment and Associated Services.

SPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that service and maintain Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that service and maintain:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

SPA Future Opportunity / PIN to engage with companies that undertake planned preventative maintenance to Fire Extinguisher Equipment and associated services.

— Portable Firefighting Equipment,

— Dry -Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Fixed Firefighting Systems,

— Training om the use of firefighting equipment.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist consultancy services relating to fire safety to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Fire Engineer Surveys,

— Fire safety strategy reviews and audits,

— Compartmentation reviews and surveys,

— Specialist Fire Consultancy,

— Fire Risk Assessments.

SPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that supply Fire Safety Equipment, Signage and Associated goods.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply Fire Safety Equipment, Signage and Associated goods, such as:

— Firefighting, rescue and safety equipment,

— Fire escape aides,

— Fire blankets,

— Fire extinguishers,

— Manual fire extinguishing equipment,

— Portable fire extinguishers.

N/A.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer works related to fire safety:

— Fire Break Passive Protection Solutions,

— Fire Detection and Alarm Systems,

— Fixed Fire Fighting systems.

SPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more Fire Break Passive Protection Solutions to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Communal Fire door sets,

— Fire Rated Refuge Locations,

— Intumescent Painting,

— Fireproofing of the existing fabric of the building,

— Fireproofing to existing mechanical and electrical installations,

— Fire Rated Ceilings,

— Fire Rated Curtain Walling Systems,

— Fire Rated Partitioning/Ceilings,

— Fire Stopping and Penetration Sealing,

— External Fire escapes,

— Fire Door Maintenance.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that supply and install:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more firefighting system to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Dry Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Residential and Domestic Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Commercial and Industrial Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Smoke and Fire Ventilation Systems.

Fire-prevention installation works

LHC | Published November 7, 2017
cpvs
45343000, 75251110, 35000000, 71317100, 71330000, 71313410, 71315100, 71315200, 71315210, 71317210, 71317000, 71318000, 71630000, 90721800, 31625100, 31518200, 31625200, 31625000, 45312100, 45312311, 51700000, 45315100, 71314100, 50413200, 80550000, 45343200, 45343100, 44221220, 44111400, 45421130, 45421152, 79711000, 45343220, 45343230, 35111500, 44165200

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that undertake specialist services relating to fire safety.

Various Works, Supplies and Services.

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

The proposed regions:

Greater London,

Home Counties West,

Home Counties South,

South West,

Cornwall,

East Anglia,

Home Counties North,

East Midlands,

West Midlands,

Yorkshire and The Humber,

North West,

Cumbria,

North East.

Framework or/and Dynamic Purchasing System Opportunity

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

LHC Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist Fire Safety Services to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Specialist Fire Safety Consultancy Services and Fire Risk Assessment,

— Service and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems,

— Maintenance and Servicing of Fire Fighting Equipment and Associated Services.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist consultancy services relating to fire safety to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Fire Engineer Surveys,

— Fire safety strategy reviews and audits,

— Compartmentation reviews and surveys,

— Specialist Fire Consultancy,

— Fire Risk Assessments.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that service and maintain Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that service and maintain:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

LHC Future Opportunity / PIN to engage with companies that undertake planned preventative maintenance to Fire Extinguisher Equipment and associated services.

— Portable Firefighting Equipment,

— Dry-Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Fixed Firefighting Systems,

— Training om the use of firefighting equipment.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply Fire Safety Equipment, Signage and Associated goods.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply Fire Safety Equipment, Signage and Associated goods.

N/A.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer works related to fire safety:

Fixed Fire Fighting systems,

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more Fire Break Passive Protection Solutions to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Communal Fire door sets,

— Fire Rated Refuge Locations,

— Intumescent Painting,

— Fireproofing of the existing fabric of the building,

— Fireproofing to existing mechanical and electrical installations,

— Fire Rated Ceilings,

— Fire Rated Curtain Walling Systems,

— Fire Rated Partitioning/Ceilings,

— Fire Stopping and Penetration Sealing,

— External Fire escapes,

— Fire Door Maintenance.

LHC Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that supply and install Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that supply and install:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

LHC Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more firefighting system to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Dry Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Residential and Domestic Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Commercial and Industrial Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Smoke and Fire Ventilation Systems.

Fire-prevention installation works

LHC on behalf of WPA (Welsh Procurement Alliance) | Published November 7, 2017
cpvs
45343000, 35000000, 75251110, 45343200, 45343100, 44221220, 44111400, 45421130, 45421152, 31518200, 31625100, 31625200, 31625000, 45312100, 45312311, 45315100, 51700000, 71314100, 71330000, 79711000, 45343220, 45343230, 35111500, 44165200, 71317100, 71313410, 71315100, 71315200, 71315210, 71317210, 71317000, 71318000, 71630000, 90721800, 50413200, 80550000

WPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that undertake specialist services relating to fire safety.

Various Works, Supplies and Services.

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

The proposed regions:

North Wales:

Isle of Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy and Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham,

Mid Wales:

South West Wales, Gwent Valleys,

South Wales:

Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot, Swansea, Powys, Monmouthshire and Newport, Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan.

Framework or/and Dynamic Purchasing System Opportunity

The following objects will be split into Lots:

Categories and Regions to encourage SME participation and provide value for money through competition.

WPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply Fire Safety Equipment, Signage and Associated goods.

N/A

SPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that offer works related to fire safety:

— Fire Break Passive Protection Solutions,

— Fire Detection and Alarm Systems,

— Fixed Fire Fighting systems.

WPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more Fire Break Passive Protection Solutions to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Communal Fire door sets,

— Fire Rated Refuge Locations,

— Intumescent Painting,

— Fireproofing of the existing fabric of the building,

— Fireproofing to existing mechanical and electrical installations,

— Fire Rated Ceilings,

— Fire Rated Curtain Walling Systems,

— Fire Rated Partitioning/Ceilings,

— Fire Stopping and Penetration Sealing,

— External Fire escapes,

— Fire Door Maintenance.

WPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that supply and install Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that supply and install:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

WPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that supply and install one or more firefighting system to existing residential or commercial buildings such as:

— Dry Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Residential and Domestic Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Commercial and Industrial Sprinkler, Spray, Deluge or Mist Systems,

— Smoke and Fire Ventilation Systems.

WPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist Fire Safety Services to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Specialist Fire Safety Consultancy Services and Fire Risk Assessment,

— Service and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems,

— Maintenance and Servicing of Fire Fighting Equipment and Associated Services.

WPA Early Engagement/PIN to engage with companies that offer specialist consultancy services relating to fire safety to existing residential or commercial buildings, such as:

— Fire Engineer Surveys,

— Fire safety strategy reviews and audits,

— Compartmentation reviews and surveys,

— Specialist Fire Consultancy,

— Fire Risk Assessments.

WPA Early Engagement / PIN to engage with companies that service and maintain Fire Detection and Alarm systems to existing residential or commercial buildings.

Also, companies that service and maintain:

— Fire Alarm Monitoring Services,

— Emergency Lighting Systems,

— Lightning-Conductors.

WPA Future Opportunity / PIN to engage with companies that undertake planned preventative maintenance to Fire Extinguisher Equipment and associated services.

— Portable Firefighting Equipment,

— Dry-Risers,

— Fire Hydrants,

— Fixed Firefighting Systems,

— Training om the use of firefighting equipment.

Lincoln Transport Hub

City of Lincoln Council | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The Lincoln Transport Hub is a key project that will bring together a new bus station combined with a revitalised transportation concourse, an 800 space multi-storey car park, and retail space to facilitate major city centre redevelopment.

City of Lincoln Council have appointed Willmott Dixon to deliver this project and are committed to ensuring that SME's have the opportunity to become part of their supply chain for this and future projects.

Willmott Dixon would therefore like to invite expressions of interest from suitable local (those based within 40 miles from Lincoln City Centre) contractors wishing to participate in the tendering process for the works packages on offer.

Works packages include demolition & asbestos removal ; Groundworks ; MSCP Gas/DPM membranes ; MSCP ground floor concrete slabs ; Highways & Public Realm ; MSCP Steelwork ; Bus Station steelworks ; Bus Station Glulam Beams ; Bus Station Standing Seam Roof & RW goods ; Bricklayers ; Joinery ; Bus Station Information Counter ; Curtain Walling,Windows & External Glazed doors ; Metal Plant room/Fire Escape Doors ; Soft Flooring ; Ceramic Wall & Floors ; Painter & decorators ; External Signage ; MSCP Cladding ; MSCP Decking finish ; Structural Concrete Topping ; Fire Protection ; Mansafe ; Bird Deterrent ; Scaffolding ; Turnstiles ; Tarmac ; road Markings ; External Block & Slab Paver ; Progressive collapse insitu concrete works ; MSCP PCC Floors & Stairs ; Bus Station Cash Room Metal Doorset ; MSCP GF Kiosk glazed reception counter/shutter ; Bus Station GF Café Area Shutters ; Bus Station GF passenger counter grille shutters ; Bus station PCC Floors & Stairs ; Metal Stairs, Balustrades & Handrails ; PCC Lift Shafts ; CFA Piling ; M&E Services ; Passenger/Platform Lifts ; Statutory Services ; Highway & Public Realm external lighting ; Bus Station Passenger Information system ; MSCP Pay on Foot system ; External Paving ; Metal stud partitions & MF Ceiling ; Sand Cement screed ; Suspended ceilings ; MSCP stair core glazed lobbies ; Soft landscape ; Street furniture ; Fencing ; Public realm artwork

The event will take place on Tuesday 12th April 2016 at Lincoln Drill Hall Free School Lane Lincoln. It will start at 8.30a.m. and is anticipated to finish at 11.00a.m. Spaces are limited so please contact Heather Carmichael at Heather.Carmichael@lincoln.gov.uk to register your interest and reserve your space.

Please include the following information within your email:- contact name ; company name & address ; works package interest (from the list above) ; distant from Lincoln City centre.

Closing date for expressions is Friday 18th March at 12.00 noon

 

Lincoln Transport Hub

City of Lincoln Council | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The Lincoln Transport Hub is a key project that will bring together a new bus station combined with a revitalised transportation concourse, an 800 space multi-storey car park, and retail space to facilitate major city centre redevelopment.

City of Lincoln Council have appointed Willmott Dixon to deliver this project and are committed to ensuring that SME's have the opportunity to become part of their supply chain for this and future projects.

Willmott Dixon would therefore like to invite expressions of interest from suitable local (those based within 40 miles from Lincoln City Centre) contractors wishing to participate in the tendering process for the works packages on offer.

Works packages include demolition & asbestos removal ; Groundworks ; MSCP Gas/DPM membranes ; MSCP ground floor concrete slabs ; Highways & Public Realm ; MSCP Steelwork ; Bus Station steelworks ; Bus Station Glulam Beams ; Bus Station Standing Seam Roof & RW goods ; Bricklayers ; Joinery ; Bus Station Information Counter ; Curtain Walling,Windows & External Glazed doors ; Metal Plant room/Fire Escape Doors ; Soft Flooring ; Ceramic Wall & Floors ; Painter & decorators ; External Signage ; MSCP Cladding ; MSCP Decking finish ; Structural Concrete Topping ; Fire Protection ; Mansafe ; Bird Deterrent ; Scaffolding ; Turnstiles ; Tarmac ; road Markings ; External Block & Slab Paver ; Progressive collapse insitu concrete works ; MSCP PCC Floors & Stairs ; Bus Station Cash Room Metal Doorset ; MSCP GF Kiosk glazed reception counter/shutter ; Bus Station GF Café Area Shutters ; Bus Station GF passenger counter grille shutters ; Bus station PCC Floors & Stairs ; Metal Stairs, Balustrades & Handrails ; PCC Lift Shafts ; CFA Piling ; M&E Services ; Passenger/Platform Lifts ; Statutory Services ; Highway & Public Realm external lighting ; Bus Station Passenger Information system ; MSCP Pay on Foot system ; External Paving ; Metal stud partitions & MF Ceiling ; Sand Cement screed ; Suspended ceilings ; MSCP stair core glazed lobbies ; Soft landscape ; Street furniture ; Fencing ; Public realm artwork

The event will take place on Tuesday 12th April 2016 at Lincoln Drill Hall Free School Lane Lincoln. It will start at 8.30a.m. and is anticipated to finish at 11.00a.m. Spaces are limited so please contact Heather Carmichael at Heather.Carmichael@lincoln.gov.uk to register your interest and reserve your space.

Please include the following information within your email:- contact name ; company name & address ; works package interest (from the list above) ; distant from Lincoln City centre.

Closing date for expressions is Wednesday 23rd March at 12.00 noon

 

PC606 Framework Agreement for the provision of PVC-u Windows, Aluminium Doors and Ancillary Works —

Staffordshire County Council | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
45421110, 45421111, 45421112, 45421130, 45421131, 45421132, 44221000, 44221110, 44221111, 44221120, 44221200, 44221211, 44221212

This framework agreement is to provide Staffordshire County Council with an agreed schedule of rates for the renewal of non domestic 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 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 2 and 3-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 GBP and 50 000 GBP in value. The portfolio is non domestic properties.

PC606 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
cpvs
45421110, 45421111, 45421112, 45421130, 45421131, 45421132, 44221000, 44221110, 44221111, 44221120, 44221200, 44221211, 44221212

This framework agreement is to provide Staffordshire County Council with an agreed schedule of rates for the renewal of non domestic 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 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 2 and 3-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 GBP and 50 000 GBP in value. The portfolio is non domestic properties.

Construction work for commercial buildings

Clyde Gateway Developments Limited | Published March 26, 2013
Winner
Morgan Sindall plc Trinity One, 11 Woodhall, Eurocentral ML1 4YT Motherwell UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: david.gray@morgansindall.com Telephone: +44 1698738600
cpvs
45213100

The Contract comprises the design and construction of a new office development in South Dalmarnock. The building will have a gross floor area of 12 500m2 over 5 floors and will provide accomodation for approximately 800 people.The building will be of modern construction and will incorporate three internal glazed atria. External elevations will be formed in a variety of materials including high performance curtain walling with double glazed unitsformed in high performance toughened glass.External works will comprise hard and soft landscaping, utility infrastructuure and the construction of 200 car parking spaces.

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
cpvs
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.

Proposed New Shared Campus. Bargarran PS and St John Bosco PS and Nursery Class

Renfrewshire Council | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline April 29, 2016
cpvs
45214200, 45214210

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT
Existing Site
The site is located to the east of Barhill Road in Erskine (Renfrewshire). The site has an embankment on its southern boundary, sloping by approximately three metres and the site continues to slope by approximately another one and a half metres continuing from south to north. The site is largely flat running east to west, sloping by one metre. The site is bounded on its east by Barhill Road, to its west by residential properties and north by an access road, car parking and multi storey residential properties.
The site contains the two school buildings (Bargarran and St. John Bosco) and two janitor’s houses.
Proposed Works
It is proposed to construct a new shared campus school and nursery on the site of the existing Bargarran and St. John Bosco schools. The building will be a two storey structure, with most of the accommodation on the ground floor, but three classrooms of each school will be provided on the first floor. The current gross internal floor area for the school is approximately 4,300m2. The site area is approximately 3.6 hectares.
The building will comprise:
Bargarran Primary School (PS) projected roll: 260 pupils in 10 classrooms.
St. John Bosco PS projected roll: 220 pupils in 8 classrooms.
St. John Bosco Nursery projected roll: 20/20 2-3 years old and 80/80 3-5 years old
The works will be phased:
Demolition of janitor’s houses (may be by others)
Construction of new shared campus building
Demolition of existing schools
Car parking and landscaping
The phasing will be developed further and in more detail prior to release of Tenders.
Construction Proposals
It is expected that the building will require piled foundations with ground beams and the superstructure will be a steel frame.
The building fabric will have a combination of brick cladding with SFS inner leaf, precast cladding, curtain walling and rainscreen cladding.
The pitched roof will be clad with aluminium standing seam roofing. There is also a flat roof portion and it is proposed that this will be a Seedam roof.
The roof will incorporate rooflights.
The internal partitions will be metal stud. Floor, wall and ceilings finishes and fixed furniture will also be included (loose furniture will be by others).
An acoustician will be employed and acoustic panels and other acoustic treatment will be installed.
Underfloor heating will be provided. Biomass boilers are proposed with gas back up. Natural ventilation will be provided. No cooling will be provided, except in specific rooms. Kitchen equipment will be provided.
LED lighting and photo voltaic panels are proposed.
Full mechanical, electrical and plumbing services will be installed.
Full landscaping will be provided with car parking, external pitches, play areas, external learning and hard and soft landscaping with an element of external façade and ground lighting.
CPV: 45214200, 45214210.
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