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Intelligent Locker System.

University College London | Published July 25, 2015
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44421720, 30233100, 72510000

UCL will be making provision for an Intelligent Locker System for self-issue of locker storage to staff and students within UCL locations to securely store their personal belongings during the day. The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) is to determine if Intelligent Locker Systems exist that can integrate with UCL's technical environment, authentication systems and policies. UCL will also need to ensure that integration is neither undesirably expensive nor time-consuming and that it will not demand major changes to any pre-existing UCL system or procedures. This RFI may be followed by a full tender for a framework agreement to supply, install and maintain a locker system for self-issue of lockers to UCL staff and students. The contract will last for 3 years and UCL reserves the right to extend the contract, subject to satisfactory price and performance for an additional period of 12 months.

Intelligent Locker Solution

 | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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44421710, 48000000, 44421720, 48900000

UCL is planning to purchase an Intelligent Locker Solution which will enable staff and students to store their belongings securely.

There is no existing solution in place, staff and students currently access manually-operated and managed key-based lockers.

Safer Cell locker desk at HMP Full Sutton

Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Procurement - CMT Mid | Published October 17, 2014
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45000000, 45216110

Safer Cell locker desk at HMP Full Sutton

Safer Cell locker desk at HMP Full Sutton

Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Procurement - CMT Mid | Published October 17, 2014
Winner
NJL Custodial , NE3 1XD
cpvs
45000000, 45216110

Safer Cell locker desk at HMP Full Sutton

Grays Police Station Shower, Toilet and Locker Room Refurbishments

Kent Police and Essex Police Procurement Services | Published May 10, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
cpvs
45310000

Proposed new internal refurbishment works to male and female showers, toilets and locker rooms.

CONVERSION OF STAFF LOCKER AREA TO SHORT STAY UNIT AT THE ROYAL BELFAST HOSPITAL

Health Projects | Published July 20, 2013  -  Deadline August 21, 2013
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CONVERSION OF STAFF LOCKER AREA TO SHORT STAY UNIT AT THE ROYAL BELFAST HOSPITAL

Tender for a locker system for self-issue of laptops to students.

University College London (UCL) | Published April 18, 2014  -  Deadline May 26, 2014
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44421720, 30233100

Description of the Service: The contract is for the supply, installation and maintenance of a laptop locker system. A student will use a smart locker system to borrow, via self-issue using their UCL ID/Library Card and their library personal identification number (PIN), a laptop computer. Pilot Phase: UCL plans to pilot the laptop locker system in two locations that will form the pilot phase 12 laptops available for loan at the Royal Free Medical Library 24 laptops available for loan at the UCL Main Library, Wilkins Building If the pilot is successful, it is envisaged that the supply will grow substantially from this pilot phase over the next 2-3 years, with a likely total of 150-200 laptops in use via this locker system by 2015/16. If the pilot phase is successful, this framework agreement will then be used to provide further lockers as the initiative is rolled out. Note that there is no guarantee of any further orders beyond the initial pilot stage. Also note that the contract does not include the supply of laptops.

Laptop Lockers.

University of Salford | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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44421720

The Library at the University of Salford has run a laptop loan service for its students since 2010. The lockers provide secure storage as well as battery charging. Initially this was run via a staff desk with lockers manually operated by staff. In 2012 the lockers were fitted with RFID locks and students have since been able to issue and return the laptops themselves by swiping their university ID card. Rather than connecting to our Library Management System our existing locker system came with its own software for managing laptop loans. There are a number of issues with this. i. The software isn't fit for purpose. It was designed for use in Gyms or swimming pools and as such it's a locker management system rather than a system for managing the contents of lockers. Although it allocates a locker to an individual it has no knowledge of whether the contents of the locker (in this case a laptop) are either present or absent at any stage of the process. ii. The software is adequate for keeping track of who has a locker at the present moment (which is about all you need in a gym) however it is unable to provide adequate reporting of past locker use by individuals (important for trying to track down missing equipment or establishing when equipment was damaged) or to provide high level management information about locker use (this is a very well used service, however we are only able to prove that by spending hours exporting and re-processing the inadequate data provided by the software). iii. Libraries run on Library Management Systems (LMS) — and one of the things an LMS is very good at is keeping track of physical stock. Even if the existing software was adequate it would still be the case that it was duplicating something we already have. At present there is an additional staff overhead taken up with the management of the server, setting up and managing a real time data feed, troubleshooting issues with individual user accounts, creating reports, creating and training administrators etc. We are currently looking to expand the service, taking it into areas without a continuous staff presence, this means that the ability to track usage accurately is now a priority.

Laptop Lockers

University of Salford | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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44421720

The Library at the University of Salford has run a laptop loan service for its students since 2010. The lockers provide secure storage as well as battery charging.

Initially this was run via a staff desk with lockers manually operated by staff. In 2012 the lockers were fitted with RFID locks and students have since been able to issue and return the laptops themselves by swiping their university ID card.

Rather than connecting to our Library Management System our existing locker system came with its own software for managing laptop loans. There are a number of issues with this.

i. The software isn't fit for purpose. It was designed for use in Gyms or swimming pools and as such it's a locker management system rather than a system for managing the contents of lockers. Although it allocates a locker to an individual it has no knowledge of whether the contents of the locker (in this case a laptop) are either present or absent at any stage of the process.

ii. The software is adequate for keeping track of who has a locker at the present moment (which is about all you need in a gym) however it is unable to provide adequate reporting of past locker use by individuals (important for trying to track down missing equipment or establishing when equipment was damaged) or to provide high level management information about locker use (this is a very well used service, however we are only able to prove that by spending hours exporting and re-processing the inadequate data provided by the software).

iii. Libraries run on Library Management Systems (LMS) — and one of the things an LMS is very good at is keeping track of physical stock. Even if the existing software was adequate it would still be the case that it was duplicating something we already have. At present there is an additional staff overhead taken up with the management of the server, setting up and managing a real time data feed, troubleshooting issues with individual user accounts, creating reports, creating and training administrators etc.

We are currently looking to expand the service, taking it into areas without a continuous staff presence, this means that the ability to track usage accurately is now a priority.

Laptop Lockers

 | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
44421720

The Library at the University of Salford has run a laptop loan service for its students since 2010. The lockers provide secure storage as well as battery charging.

Initially this was run via a staff desk with lockers manually operated by staff. In 2012 the lockers were fitted with RFID locks and students have since been able to issue and return the laptops themselves by swiping their university ID card.
Rather than connecting to our Library Management System our existing locker system came with its own software for managing laptop loans. There are a number of issues with this.

i. The software isn’t fit for purpose. It was designed for use in Gyms or swimming pools and as such it’s a locker management system rather than a system for managing the contents of lockers. Although it allocates a locker to an individual it has no knowledge of whether the contents of the locker (in this case a laptop) are either present or absent at any stage of the process.

ii. The software is adequate for keeping track of who has a locker at the present moment (which is about all you need in a gym) however it is unable to provide adequate reporting of past locker use by individuals (important for trying to track down missing equipment or establishing when equipment was damaged) or to provide high level management information about locker use (this is a very well used service, however we are only able to prove that by spending hours exporting and re-processing the inadequate data provided by the software).

iii. Libraries run on Library Management Systems (LMS) – and one of the things an LMS is very good at is keeping track of physical stock. Even if the existing software was adequate it would still be the case that it was duplicating something we already have. At present there is an additional staff overhead taken up with the management of the server, setting up and managing a real time data feed, troubleshooting issues with individual user accounts, creating reports, creating and training administrators etc.

We are currently looking to expand the service, taking it into areas without a continuous staff presence, this means that the ability to track usage accurately is now a priority.

Refurbishment of Locker room and welfare facilities

DIRECT RAIL SERVICES LIMITED | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
cpvs
45210000

Refurbishment of welfare and locker room. Including electrical work.

Intelligent Locker Solution

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
cpvs
44421710

This is a framework agreement for the supply, install and maintenance of an intelligent locker system, including software. UCL staff and student access to lockers shall be self-service, activated by existing UCL ID cards. The contract will last for three years and UCL reserves the right to extend the contract, subject to satisfactory price and performance for an additional periods up to a maximum of twenty four months. UCL intends to appoint a single supplier for this contract. UCL plans to trial the intelligent locker system in three locations which will form the pilot phase and initial call off. If the pilot is successful, UCL will wish to call off additional supply and installation and/or maintenance as the need arises. UCL's full requirements are set out in the ITT. The procurement documentation can be accessed from https://in-tendhost.co.uk/ucl/aspx/Home

Business Development Office and Locker Room Refurbishment

MEDICINES and HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS REGULATORY AGENCY | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 24, 2015
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The National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), a centre for the Medicines & Healthcare products and Regulatory Agency (MHRA) have identified the need to create additional desks within the business development area to cater for the need of extra staffs within the division. This project requires modification within the offices to create more spaces within area. It should be noted that the works will be carried out within an occupied environment and the contractor selected to execute this work is expected to consider this fact. A detailed schedule will be required showing all critical items and timings. This project requires working to strict timelines; the contractor shall develop and make available their work programme detailing their work breakdown structure along with their tender submission.

Car Park Meet and Greet Administration and Self Service Locker System.

Manchester Airport Group PLC | Published June 7, 2017
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72000000

Manchester Airport Group (MAG) is seeking ‘Expressions of Interest’ from suitably experienced suppliers to participate in a Soft-Market Testing Activity for our Car Park Meet and Greet Administration and Self Service Locker System and Process. The system supports our Meet and Greet operation across the Group's airports. The system is critical to the efficient operation of our Meet and Greet product. Those suppliers that are interested in participating in this opportunity should respond to peter.odriscoll@magairports.com with the following details, ensuring MAG 1860 is referenced in any correspondence. Company Name, Company Address, Company Representative, Telephone, E-mail. Expressions of interest should be provided no later than Monday 26th June. Those expressions of interest received after this date will not be considered. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 48000000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK II.2.4) Description of the procurement MAG is purely seeking Expressions of Interest for a soft-market testing exercise. II.3) Estimated date of publication of contract notice: 02/06/2027 Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes Section VI: Complementary information VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 02/06/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: peter.odriscoll@magairports.com Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 72000000IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and supportComputer and Related Services 48000000Software package and information systemsComputer and Related Services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Aston Martin Lagonda - Staff Lockers

T.Richard Jones (Betws) Ltd | Published August 30, 2017
cpvs
44421720

Supply and installation of Staff Lockers Clean & Dirty Locker Style with sloping tops / Digi Lock and Master Key override. Item 4.2 / Annex 3 - Lockers - 20 No in the female & 20 No in the Male Item 8.2 / Annex 2 - Lockers - 60 No Lockers Item 11.2 Annex 1 - 40 Lockers Total = 140 Lockers NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=70592.

Tender for a locker system for self-issue of laptops to students.

University College London (UCL) | Published April 18, 2014  -  Deadline May 23, 2014
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44421720, 30233100

Description of the Service: The contract is for the supply, installation and maintenance of a laptop locker system. A student will use a smart locker system to borrow, via self-issue using their UCL ID/Library Card and their library personal identification number (PIN), a laptop computer. Pilot Phase: UCL plans to pilot the laptop locker system in two locations that will form the pilot phase 12 laptops available for loan at the Royal Free Medical Library 24 laptops available for loan at the UCL Main Library, Wilkins Building If the pilot is successful, it is envisaged that the supply will grow substantially from this pilot phase over the next 2-3 years, with a likely total of 150-200 laptops in use via this locker system by 2015/16. If the pilot phase is successful, this framework agreement will then be used to provide further lockers as the initiative is rolled out. Note that there is no guarantee of any further orders beyond the initial pilot stage. Also note that the contract does not include the supply of laptops.

Provision of Locker Room and Welfare Facilities at Braintree Police Station Essex

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent | Published February 20, 2018  -  Deadline March 23, 2018
cpvs
45000000

Strip out of an old custody suite and converting space into new locker rooms and welfare facilities at Braintree Police Station Essex. The works include electrical and mechanical works and redecoration, also erection of new walls, installation of a new shower room and flooring throughout.

Left-luggage lockers

University College London | Published February 25, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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44421710

This is a framework agreement for the supply, install and maintenance of an intelligent locker system, including software. UCL staff and student access to lockers shall be self-service, activated by existing UCL ID cards.

The contract will last for 3 years and UCL reserves the right to extend the contract, subject to satisfactory price and performance for an additional periods up to a maximum of 24 months. UCL intends to appoint a single supplier for this contract. UCL plans to trial the intelligent locker system in three locations which will form the pilot phase and initial call off. If the pilot is successful, UCL will wish to call off additional supply and installation and/or maintenance as the need arises. UCL's full requirements are set out in the ITT.

The procurement documentation can be accessed from https://in-tendhost.co.uk/ucl/aspx/Home

This tender is for a framework agreement to supply, install and maintain a locker system for self-issue of lockers to UCL staff and students. The contract will last for 3 years and UCL reserves the right to extend the contract, subject to satisfactory price and performance for an additional periods up to a maximum of 24 months. UCL intends to appoint a single supplier for this contract. UCL will wish to call off supply and installation and/or maintenance as the need arises.

UCL plans to trial the intelligent locker system in three locations which will form the pilot phase.

UCL envisages the service growing substantially from this proof-of-concept over the next 2-3 years. If the proof of concept phase is successful and subject to UCL having sufficient budget, this framework agreement will then be used to provide further lockers as the initiative is rolled out.

Under this framework, deliverables will be grouped into call-offs.

UCL will call-off the requirements for each phase by placing individual orders. However UCL is not able to guarantee any future orders. All communications shall be in English (or a full translation provided at no cost to UCL). Tenders, when invited, and all supporting documentation must be priced in Sterling and all payments under the Contract will be in Sterling. Any contract or agreement resulting from acceptance of the The process seeks to select organisations offering the appropriate capability, capacity and competency. UCL reserves the right not to conclude any contracts, to change without notice the procedure for awarding contracts, to reject all or any bids for the contracts, to terminate discussions with all or any interested parties and/or to stop the process without any liability on its part.

All communications shall be in English (or a full translation provided at no cost to UCL). Tenders, when invited, and all supporting documentation must be priced in Sterling and all payments under the Contract will be in Sterling. Any contract or agreement resulting from acceptance of the Invitation To Tender (ITT) will be considered as a Contract made in England according to English Law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

UCL does not bind itself to accept any tender and reserves the right to accept any part of the tender. No contract capable of acceptance will be created between UCL and any party until a contract is executed between UCL and the selected providers.

This contract opportunity is not divided into lots.

LIB/006230

 | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
D TECH INTERNATIONAL LTD
cpvs
44421720

Secure Locker Unit

FC CON180 Supply and Install Laminate Lockers

Fife Council | Published June 26, 2015
Winner
Prospec Ltd
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111500

Fife Council have a requirement for supply and installation of laminate lockers to the changing area facility at the Cupar Sports Centre, Carslogie Road, Cupar, Fife, KY15 4HY. The successful tender will be required to remove and dispose of the existing lockers. The target is to have the successful tender to install the new lockers during opening hours working around user demand. Where possible, one changing area will be used as a communal changing village while the lockers are installed to the other. However there may be occasions where the successful contractor will have to work within closed off sections of the locker room while removing old lockers and then installing the new lockers.