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Full Face Respiratory Protective Equipment.

Civil Nuclear Police Authority | Published November 19, 2014
Winner
Avon Polymer Products Limited
cpvs
33157000, 35113400

Full face RPE mask which is capable of high level protection and resistance against most chemical and biological warfare agents as well as against toxic industrial chemicals, gases and radiological dusts and powders enhanced by the use of an appropriate filter canister.

Mechanical and Electrical Installations Planned Maintenance Services Term Contract at Culham Science Centre

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
Lorne Stewart
cpvs
50700000

This contract is for the provision of services to mechanical and electrical building installations, boiler systems and controls, ventilation/ air conditioning systems, industrial doors, lift installations, mansafe systems, cranes and lifting systems, kitchen equipment, water treatment, electric trucks etc.

The contract involves the planned preventative maintenance, attendance to breakdowns/ repairs, carrying out occasional installation works and other minor works in connection with the installations, plant, systems, equipment and controls etc detailed which shall be carried out predominantly by a site based team of operatives employed by the contractor.

The contract also includes the operation and maintenance of HTHW, MTHW and LTHW boiler systems and plant.

Mechanical and Electrical Installations Planned Maintenance Services Term Contract at Culham Science

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published January 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 10, 2015
cpvs
50700000

This contract is for the provision of services to mechanical and electrical building installations, boiler systems and controls, ventilation/ air conditioning systems, industrial doors, lift installations, mansafe systems, cranes and lifting systems, kitchen equipment, water treatment, electric trucks etc. The contract involves the planned preventative maintenance, attendance to breakdowns/ repairs, carrying out occasional installation works and other minor works in connection with the installations, plant, systems, equipment and controls etc. detailed which shall be carried out predominantly by a site based team of operatives employed by the contractor. The contract also includes the operation and maintenance of HTHW, MTHW and LTHW boiler systems and plant.

RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
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RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
45000000

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
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RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
45000000

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published March 17, 2017
cpvs
98000000

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published March 17, 2017
cpvs
45000000

RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 26, 2016
cpvs
50000000, 51000000, 55000000, 60000000, 63000000, 64000000, 65000000, 66000000, 70000000, 71000000, 72000000, 73000000, 75000000, 77000000, 79000000, 80000000, 85000000, 90000000, 92000000, 98000000

RISQS — Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published February 27, 2016
cpvs
45000000

RISQS– Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS – Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published January 31, 2015
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RISQS – Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

RISQS – Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published January 31, 2015
cpvs
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This notice relates to contracts that may be awarded by companies in the transport sector in the next 12 months through the use of the RISQS (previously known as Link-up) qualification and registration system database managed by Achilles Information Limited (see details below). RISQS has been developed from the GB rail industry's Achilles Link-up community. RISQS services are provided by Achilles, and include the industry's supplier pre-qualification questionnaire and audit This has now been updated with the new product codes featured in RISQS. Further details of the transport companies that subscribe to RISQS are given in section VI of this notice. The RISQS coding structure, against which suppliers indicate their areas of capability, is based on a hierarchy and is driven by a combination of industry assets, products and services with associated life-cycle activities. There are 13 level 1 codes supported by a series of level 2 and 3 codes. For example: Level 1 codes: 01 - Signalling, 02 - Information Technology, 03 - Track etc. Level 2 codes (shown under the level 1 code 01 - Signalling): 01.01 - Train Detection Systems 01.02 - Lineside Signals and Indicators etc. Each level 2 code has one or more detailed level 3 codes, in turn each level 3 code is associated with one or more possible lifecycle activities covering consultancy through to repair and ultimately disposal. Only the Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Codes are shown here and demonstrate the scope of the coding structure, the Activity Lifecycle codes are shown in the Product Code Booklet that is available for download on the Achilles Rail Portal (www.rail.achilles.com). The Level 3s can have both open and closed activities as appropriate for the intersection. For example, it is not possible to operate a Track Circuit in the true sense of the word, so the OPT (Operate) activity will be closed and it will not be possible for suppliers to select it during the application process. Every open intersection of a Level 3 code and lifecycle activity has one of the following levels of qualification: R - Registration or A - Auditable. The codes may change as a result of periodic system updates and those changes are summarised in the notes towards the front of the booklet. It is therefore advisable to always download the most up to date booklet rather than referring to a previously downloaded or printed version. 01 Signalling 01.01 Train Detection Systems 01.01.01 Track Circuits (including Level Crossings) 01.01.02 Track Circuit Interrupters 01.01.03 Axle Counters (including Level Crossings) 01.01.04 Treadles (including Level Crossings) 01.02 Lineside Signals & Indicators 01.02.01 Colour Light Signals 01.02.02 Banner Signals 01.02.03 Draw Ahead Signals 01.02.04 Ground Position Light Signals 01.02.05 Signal Lamps (including LEDs) & Lamp Holders 01.02.06 Signal Lenses 01.02.07 Points Indicators 01.02.08 Right Away/Close Door Indicators (RA/CD) 01.02.09 Off Indicators 01.02.10 Train Ready To Start (TRTS) 01.02.11 Marker Posts - Shunt & SPAD Indicators 01.03 Points Machines - Electric & Hydraulic 01.03.01 HPSS 01.03.02 Clamplock Points 01.03.03 Point Machines 01.03.04 Mechanical Backdrive 01.03.05 Powerlink Backdrive 01.03.06 SO (Hydraulic Backdrive) 01.04 Staff Protection Systems - Permanent 01.04.01 Patrolman Switch 01.04.02 ATWS 01.05 Interlocking Systems - Excluding Mechanical 01.05.01 Route Relay Interlocking Free Wired Both Yellow Book & Western Region 01.05.02 West Pac 1,2,3,4 01.05.03 GEC Geographical 01.05.04 SSI 01.05.05 SIMS W 01.05.06 Ansaldo 01.06 Control Systems 01.06.01 Signal Control Panel NX 01.06.02 Signal Control Panel - One Switch NX 01.06.03 VDU Based Systems 01.06.04 IECC

RISQS — Railway industry supplier qualification scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published November 19, 2014
cpvs
45000000

This notice relates to contracts that may be awarded by companies in the transport sector in the next 12 months through the use of the RISQS (previously known as Link-up) qualification and registration system database managed by Achilles Information Limited (see details below). RISQS has been developed from the GB rail industry's Achilles Link-up community. RISQS services are provided by Achilles, and include the industry's supplier pre-qualification questionnaire and audit This has now been updated with the new product codes featured in RISQS formerly known as Link-up. Further details of the transport companies that subscribe to RISQS are given in section VI of this notice. The RISQS coding structure, against which suppliers indicate their areas of capability, is based on a hierarchy and is driven by a combination of industry assets, products and services with associated life-cycle activities. There are 13 level 1 codes supported by a series of level 2 and 3 codes. For example: Level 1 codes: 01 - Signalling, 02 - Information Technology, 03 - Track etc. Level 2 codes (shown under the level 1 code 01 - Signalling): 01.01 - Train Detection Systems 01.02 - Lineside Signals and Indicators etc. Each level 2 code has one or more detailed level 3 codes, in turn each level 3 code is associated with one or more possible life-cycle activities covering consultancy through to repair and ultimately disposal. Only the Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Codes are shown here and demonstrate the scope of the coding structure, the Activity Life-cycle codes are shown in the Product Code Booklet that is available for download on the Achilles Rail Portal (www.rail.achilles.com) The Level 3s can have both open and closed activities as appropriate for the intersection. For example, it is not possible to operate a Track Circuit in the true sense of the word, so the OPT (Operate) activity will be closed and it will not be possible for suppliers to select it during the application process. Every open intersection of a Level 3 code and life-cycle activity has one of the following levels of qualification: R - Registration or A - Auditable. The codes may change as a result of periodic system updates and those changes are summarised in the notes towards the front of the booklet. It is therefore advisable to always download the most up to date booklet rather than referring to a previously downloaded or printed version. 01 Signalling 01.01 Train Detection Systems 01.01.01 Track Circuits (including Level Crossings) 01.01.02 Track Circuit Interrupters 01.01.03 Axle Counters (including Level Crossings) 01.01.04 Treadles (including Level Crossings) 01.02 Lineside Signals & Indicators 01.02.01 Colour Light Signals 01.02.02 Banner Signals 01.02.03 Draw Ahead Signals 01.02.04 Ground Position Light Signals 01.02.05 Signal Lamps (including LEDs) & Lamp Holders 01.02.06 Signal Lenses 01.02.07 Points Indicators 01.02.08 Right Away/Close Door Indicators (RA/CD) 01.02.09 Off Indicators 01.02.10 Train Ready To Start (TRTS) 01.02.11 Marker Posts - Shunt & SPAD Indicators 01.03 Points Machines - Electric & Hydraulic 01.03.01 HPSS 01.03.02 Clamplock Points 01.03.03 Point Machines 01.03.04 Mechanical Backdrive 01.03.05 Powerlink Backdrive 01.03.06 SO (Hydraulic Backdrive) 01.04 Staff Protection Systems - Permanent 01.04.01 Patrolman Switch 01.04.02 ATWS 01.05 Interlocking Systems - Excluding Mechanical 01.05.01 Route Relay Interlocking Free Wired Both Yellow Book & Western Region 01.05.02 West Pac 1,2,3,4 01.05.03 GEC Geographical 01.05.04 SSI 01.05.05 SIMS W 01.05.06 Ansaldo 01.06 Control Systems 01.06.01 Signal Control Panel NX 01.06.02 Signal Control Panel - One Switch NX 01.06.03 VDU Based

RISQS – Railway industry supplier qualification scheme.

Achilles Information Limited | Published November 19, 2014
cpvs
31000000, 09000000, 14000000, 15000000, 16000000, 18000000, 19000000, 22000000, 24000000, 30000000, 31000000, 32000000, 33000000, 34000000, 35000000, 37000000, 38000000, 39000000, 41000000, 42000000, 43000000, 44000000, 48000000, 03000000

This notice relates to contracts that may be awarded by companies in the transport sector in the next 12 months through the use of the RISQS (previously known as Link-up) qualification and registration system database managed by Achilles Information Limited (see details below). RISQS has been developed from the GB rail industry's Achilles Link-up community. RISQS services are provided by Achilles, and include the industry's supplier pre-qualification questionnaire and audit This has now been updated with the new product codes featured in RISQS. Further details of the transport companies that subscribe to RISQS are given in section VI of this notice. The RISQS coding structure, against which suppliers indicate their areas of capability, is based on a hierarchy and is driven by a combination of industry assets, products and services with associated life-cycle activities. There are 13 level 1 codes supported by a series of level 2 and 3 codes. For example: Level 1 codes: 01 - Signalling, 02 - Information Technology, 03 - Track etc. Level 2 codes (shown under the level 1 code 01 - Signalling): 01.01 - Train Detection Systems 01.02 — Lineside Signals and Indicators etc. Each level 2 code has one or more detailed level 3 codes, in turn each level 3 code is associated with one or more possible life-cycle activities covering consultancy through to repair and ultimately disposal. Only the Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Codes are shown here and demonstrate the scope of the coding structure, the Activity Life-cycle codes are shown in the Product Code Booklet that is available for download on the Achilles Rail Portal (www.rail.achilles.com). The Level 3s can have both open and closed activities as appropriate for the intersection. For example, it is not possible to operate a Track Circuit in the true sense of the word, so the OPT (Operate) activity will be closed and it will not be possible for suppliers to select it during the application process. Every open intersection of a Level 3 code and life-cycle activity has one of the following levels of qualification: R - Registration or A - Auditable. The codes may change as a result of periodic system updates and those changes are summarised in the notes towards the front of the booklet. It is therefore advisable to always download the most up to date booklet rather than referring to a previously downloaded or printed version. 01 Signalling 01.01 Train Detection Systems 01.01.01 Track Circuits (including Level Crossings) 01.01.02 Track Circuit Interrupters 01.01.03 Axle Counters (including Level Crossings) 01.01.04 Treadles (including Level Crossings) 01.02 Lineside Signals and Indicators 01.02.01 Colour Light Signals 01.02.02 Banner Signals 01.02.03 Draw Ahead Signals 01.02.04 Ground Position Light Signals 01.02.05 Signal Lamps (including LEDs) and Lamp Holders 01.02.06 Signal Lenses 01.02.07 Points Indicators 01.02.08 Right Away/Close Door Indicators (RA/CD) 01.02.09 Off Indicators 01.02.10 Train Ready To Start (TRTS) 01.02.11 Marker Posts — Shunt and SPAD Indicators 01.03 Points Machines — Electric and Hydraulic 01.03.01 HPSS 01.03.02 Clamplock Points 01.03.03 Point Machines 01.03.04 Mechanical Backdrive 01.03.05 Powerlink Backdrive 01.03.06 SO (Hydraulic Backdrive) 01.04 Staff Protection Systems - Permanent 01.04.01 Patrolman Switch 01.04.02 ATWS 01.05 Interlocking Systems - Excluding Mechanical 01.05.01 Route Relay Interlocking Free Wired Both Yellow Book & Western Region 01.05.02 West Pac 1,2,3,4 01.05.03 GEC Geographical 01.05.04 SSI 01.05.05 SIMS W 01.05.06 Ansaldo 01.06 Control Systems 01.06.01 Signal Control Panel NX 01.06.02 Signal Control Panel — One Switch NX 01.06.03 VDU Based Systems 01.06.04 IECC Sign

Mechanical and Electrical Installations Planned Maintenance Services Term Contract at Culham Science

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
Lorne Stewart
cpvs
50700000

This contract is for the provision of services to mechanical and electrical building installations, boiler systems and controls, ventilation/ air conditioning systems, industrial doors, lift installations, mansafe systems, cranes and lifting systems, kitchen equipment, water treatment, electric trucks etc.

The contract involves the planned preventative maintenance, attendance to breakdowns/ repairs, carrying out occasional installation works and other minor works in connection with the installations, plant, systems, equipment and controls etc detailed which shall be carried out predominantly by a site based team of operatives employed by the contractor.

The contract also includes the operation and maintenance of HTHW, MTHW and LTHW boiler systems and plant.

Design, manufacture, installation and commissioning of Instrument Cells

 | Published June 16, 2016  -  Deadline July 15, 2016
cpvs
45220000

The contract will be for the design, manufacture, installation and commissioning of Instrument Cells in the Materials Research Facility (MRF) at Culham Science Centre for UKAEA. To fulfil the UK Government Strategy, a MRF has been constructed by UKAEA at Culham Science Centre. This UK facility will support nuclear R&D through small scale testing of irradiated materials that can be prepared and tested at the MRF or transferred to another industrial or academic facility for examination. The hot-cell line in the MRF, already built in 2014/2015, will be used to downsize and prepare micro- and macro-sized samples (from maximum ~3TBq to samples with a maximum activity of 3.75 GBq Co60 or equivalent) for further evaluation in the so-called instrument cells. The instrument cells need to be designed and build in 2016 to perform the actual sample evaluation. These cells will function as shielding for the scientific instrument and will complete the MRF process line for active operations. The instrument cells will be equipped with remote controlled systems to operate scientific instruments to evaluate radiological degradation in materials, which is key to improving their performance and ensuring known characteristics in service. As the samples are downsized in activity, mainly done to protect the scientific equipment from deterioration, the amount of activity in the instrument cells will be relatively low. Where the earlier called hot-cell line are fabricated in steel, the instrument cells can be executed in concrete. This makes the structure, see attached figures, a civil engineering type of structure which can be fabricated in-situ or pre-fab. Apart from the civil engineering phase, the instrument cells will be executed with a key system to prevent entering if active samples being measured; a fire suppression system; utility provisions such as temperature control and electrical connections and the necessary provisions to execute the experiments. Most of the provisions will be brought into the cells using gland plates to secure high flexibility in future years (to adapt or change the equipment in the cells). Please note: The stated contract start and end dates are estimates. Please note :The award notice for this opportunity will not contain the actual value of the awarded contract (but will state an awarded value of £0 ) so as not to prejudice the legitimate commercial interests of the successful tenderer.

Provision of Electrical Engineering Services

U K ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY | Published March 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
cpvs
71334000

UKAEA requires professional electrical engineering services to support a project team engaged in the design and supply of a remote handling system to be installed at the European Spallation Source, a scientific research facility currently under construction in Sweden. The services are required to support the delivery of the electrical distribution and signalling work package. The systems and equipment making up this work package will largely be designed, manufactured and installed according to industrial standards. The services will focus on design and specification of those systems and equipment. The nominal scope of supply amounts to one person full time for up to six months, and should be delivered on site at the UKAEA's offices in Culham, Oxfordshire, for the majority of that time.

UVDB (Utilities Vendor Data Base) -Services.

Achilles Information Ltd | Published December 3, 2015
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The subscribing Utilities named in section VI.2 of this notice (subscribers) confirm that they will be using the UVDB as a common system for the registration of suppliers, contractors and service providers (vendors). The UVDB is the established qualification service for the UK utilities industries and is operated and administered by Achilles Information Limited on behalf of the subscribers. This notice describes the products, services and works for which the below named subscribing utilities may use the UVDB where they have an appropriate demand. Vendors not already registered on the UVDB should apply to Achilles using the contact details at section l.1 in order to ensure that their details are available to subscribers considering awarding contracts both above and below the EU thresholds. Vendors already registered on the UVDB should ensure that their registration details are up to date on the new platform by visiting http://one.achilles.com and logging in using their unique login details. The following product, service and works classifications represent the UVDB coding structure as available on the day this notice was issued. 1.0.0 GENERAL BUSINESS PRODUCTS 1.1.0 GENERAL BUILDING / CIVIL PRODUCTS 1.1.6 Pre-Cast Building Products 1.1.7 Paints & Varnishes 1.1.8 Fasteners & Fixings 1.1.9 Scaffolding 1.1.10 Glass, Ceramic, Plastic & Rubber Products 1.1.11 Textile fibres 1.1.12 Signs 1.1.13 Road Furniture 1.1.14 Fencing 1.1.15 Steel/Metal Products 1.1.16 Tinsmith Products 1.1.17 Horticultural Products 1.1.18 Underground Marker Materials 1.1.19 Insulation/Plastic Tape 1.1.20 Muds 1.1.22 Domestic Appliances 1.1.23 Adhesives & Sealants — General 1.1.26 Prefabricated Buildings & Associated Products 1.1.27 Industrial Consumables 1.1.28 Heavy and medium structure 1.1.29 Padlocks, bolts and locks 1.1.30 Plumbing Equipment & Sundries 1.1.32 Lifts & Escalators 1.1.33 Light structure 1.1.34 Metal grids 1.1.35 Bulkhead gates 1.1.36 Metal cabinets and boxes 1.1.37 Gas bottles 1.1.38 Metal containers 1.1.39 Sandwich panels and other composite materials 1.1.99 Other Building/Civil Products 1.2.0 GENERAL BUILDING/CIVIL MATERIALS 1.2.1 Sand 1.2.2 Gravel 1.2.3 Aggregate & Stone 1.2.4 Reinstatement Products 1.2.5 Concrete Ready Mixed 1.2.8 Insulation & Materials 1.2.9 Mobile Accommodation Units 1.2.16 Timber Materials 1.2.17 Fixtures & Fittings 1.2.18 Piling (exc. Steel Sheet Piling and Timber Piling) 1.2.98 Other Quarry Materials 1.2.99 Other Building/Civil Bulk Materials 1.3.0 OFFICE/DEPOT MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT 1.3.1 Office Equipment 1.3.2 Office Furniture 1.3.3 Office Stationery 1.3.4 Office Furnishings & Fittings 1.3.5 Audio & Visual Equipment & Accessories 1.3.6 Furniture for hotels and restaurants 1.3.7 Drawing Office Equipment & Supplies 1.3.9 Paper & Card 1.3.13 Pre-Printed Stationery/Supplies 1.3.16 Publications (Off-The-Shelf) 1.3.17 Paper Maps 1.3.18 Janitorial Equipment & Supplies 1.3.19 Archiving equipment and consumables (microfiche, etc) 1.3.20 Microform Equipment 1.3.21 Printing & Photographic Chemicals & Materials 1.3.22 Catering Equipment 1.3.23 Catering Supplies

UVDB (Utilities Vendor Data Base) — Works.

Achilles Information Ltd | Published December 3, 2015
cpvs
45000000

The subscribing Utilities named in section VI.2 of this notice (subscribers). confirm that they will be using the UVDB as a common system for the registration of suppliers, contractors and service providers (vendors). The UVDB is the established qualification service for the UK utilities industries and is operated and administered by Achilles Information Limited on behalf of the subscribers. This notice describes the products, services and works for which the below named subscribing utilities may use the UVDB where they have an appropriate demand. Vendors not already registered on the UVDB should apply to Achilles using the contact details at section l.1 in order to ensure that their details are available to subscribers considering awarding contracts both above and below the EU thresholds. Vendors already registered on the UVDB should ensure that their registration details are up to date on the new platform by visiting http://one.achilles.com and logging in using their unique login details. The following product, service and works classifications represent the UVDB coding structure as available on the day this notice was issued. 1.0.0 General business products 1.1.0 General building / civil products 1.1.6 Pre-Cast Building Products 1.1.7 Paints & Varnishes 1.1.8 Fasteners & Fixings 1.1.9 Scaffolding 1.1.10 Glass, Ceramic, Plastic & Rubber Products 1.1.11 Textile fibres 1.1.12 Signs 1.1.13 Road Furniture 1.1.14 Fencing 1.1.15 Steel/Metal Products 1.1.16 Tinsmith Products 1.1.17 Horticultural Products 1.1.18 Underground Marker Materials 1.1.19 Insulation/Plastic Tape 1.1.20 Muds 1.1.22 Domestic Appliances 1.1.23 Adhesives & Sealants — General 1.1.26 Prefabricated Buildings & Associated Products 1.1.27 Industrial Consumables 1.1.28 Heavy and medium structure 1.1.29 Padlocks, bolts and locks 1.1.30 Plumbing Equipment & Sundries 1.1.32 Lifts & Escalators 1.1.33 Light structure 1.1.34 Metal grids 1.1.35 Bulkhead gates 1.1.36 Metal cabinets and boxes 1.1.37 Gas bottles 1.1.38 Metal containers 1.1.39 Sandwich panels and other composite materials 1.1.99 Other Building/Civil Products 1.2.0 GENERAL BUILDING/CIVIL MATERIALS 1.2.1 Sand 1.2.2 Gravel 1.2.3 Aggregate & Stone 1.2.4 Reinstatement Products 1.2.5 Concrete Ready Mixed 1.2.8 Insulation & Materials 1.2.9 Mobile Accommodation Units 1.2.16 Timber Materials 1.2.17 Fixtures & Fittings 1.2.18 Piling (exc. Steel Sheet Piling and Timber Piling) 1.2.98 Other Quarry Materials 1.2.99 Other Building/Civil Bulk Materials 1.3.0 Office/depot materials & equipment 1.3.1 Office Equipment 1.3.2 Office Furniture 1.3.3 Office Stationery 1.3.4 Office Furnishings & Fittings 1.3.5 Audio & Visual Equipment & Accessories 1.3.6 Furniture for hotels and restaurants 1.3.7 Drawing Office Equipment & Supplies 1.3.9 Paper & Card 1.3.13 Pre-Printed Stationery/Supplies 1.3.16 Publications (Off-The-Shelf) 1.3.17 Paper Maps 1.3.18 Janitorial Equipment & Supplies 1.3.19 Archiving equipment and consumables (microfiche, etc) 1.3.20 Microform Equipment 1.3.21 Printing & Photographic Chemicals & Materials 1.3.22 Catering Equipment 1.3.23 Catering Supplies