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56/523 1-3 Wills Rd & 4-6 Burke Rd Roof Refurbishment

South Hams District Council | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline January 29, 2016

Replacement of asbestos cement roof on industrial buildings, including provision of solar panels.

South Devon Fishing Industry Development

South Hams District Council | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015

THE PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS BELOW ARE READ ONLY. DO MOT USE TO COMPLETE AND SSUBMIT TENDER. REGISTER AN INTEREST TO ACCESS PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT. ONLY APPLICANTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED AN INTEREST WILL RECEIVE UPDATE NOTIFICATIONS. Project details: Dealing with seafood shell waste is one of a number of projects coming together under the South Devon Fishing Industry Development Scheme (SDFIDS), with the overarching aim of: 'developing the local fishing industry in the South Devon coastal region, and building the infrastructure, supply chains and business environment to support fishing as a sustainable sector'. SDFIDS has secured funding from the Coastal Communities Fund for five (5) projects. Following the withdrawal of the initial partners for a seafood waste recycling scheme a replacement partner is sought. The other projects are: 1. South Devon College enhanced apprenticeship scheme 2. South West Food and Drink - Local food and drink distribution networks 3. National Marine Aquarium - establishment of a scallop hatchery 4. The Crab Shed - café and interpretation centre. The seafood shell waste recycling project is one of five (5) projects coming together under the South Devon Fishing Industry Development Scheme (SDFIDS), with the overarching aim of: 'developing the local fishing industry in the South Devon coastal region, and building the infrastructure, supply chains and business environment to support fishing as a sustainable sector'. SDFIDS has secured funding from the Coastal Communities Fund for the five (5) projects. Following the withdrawal of the initial partner for a crab shell recycling project a replacement partner is sought which is able to meet the committed project outputs and outcomes within the given timescale and budget.

Dawlish Heritage Trail

Teignbridge District Council | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016

The overall aim of this work is for experienced Contractor/s working across a range of interlinked media to deliver attractive, self-guided and coherent heritage interpretation. Design and content will be suitable for both young and old users, including activities to maintain interest such as brass rubbings or questionnaires. The interpretation will include references to cultural, industrial and natural heritage of the area, and will contribute to Dawlish being an attractive place to visit and stay. The key requirements of the Contract are for the provision of nodes and trail routes/maps, waymarkers, interpretation panels, indoor listening posts, display cabinets and heritage trail website content.

Industry report for the Environmental Goods and Services (EGS) sector in South West England

University Of The West Of England | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline May 10, 2015

The University of the West of England (UWE), working with Bristol City Council, is seeking a specialist contractor to provide a detailed report describing the size, scope and opportunity for the Environmental Goods and Services (EGS) sector in South West England. The report will build on previous research and market intelligence available and will provide an overall summary that identifies businesses currently working in traditional EGS fields, as well as those diversifying and adapting to provide EGS services beyond the conventionally defined scope. Please see the attached documents for further information relating to this opportunity. UWE is the lead partner in the South West Environmental iNet, which is an Innovation Support programme and network for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and a group of regional Universities and other local partners until June 2015.

Expression of Interest - For Main Contractor Works - University Of Exeter - Penryn Campus (REEF Building)

FALMOUTH EXETER PLUS | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015

The purpose of this document is to establish whether as a Main Contractor you wish to accept or decline the opportunity to express your interest in this competitive tender. The project consists of the design (from RIBA Stage 4 onwards) and construction of a Renewable Energy Engineering Facility (REEF) subject to the agreement of final contract price, on behalf of Exeter University, at their Penryn Campus, Falmouth, Cornwall. The purpose of the project is to ensure that University of Exeter STEM education infrastructure in Cornwall can meet the demands of both the recent and proposed growth in student numbers and the requirements of research-led and industry-facing science education. In essence, it will enable the research model of multidisciplinary science to be realised in education and attract increased student recruitment. The Renewable Energy Engineering Facility is a facility where students can experience directly how the knowledge gained in lectures or the laboratory is applied to a number of clean energy technologies in a real-world facility. Elements of the facility may also be shared with other campus users. This new flagship facility will enable expansion of University of Exeter’s capacity at the Penryn Campus for individual and small group research projects and industrial networking and collaboration. Users will the complete Renewable Energy teaching programmes including BSc Renewable Energy and BEng/MEng Energy Engineering.

The Bulk Haulage of Food Waste

Teignbridge District Council | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015

Teignbridge District Council owns and operates its own Bulking Station to process the household dry recyclables it collects through its in-house kerbside sort collection service. Collections are made from approximately 60,000 properties at present. This number is set to rise to over 70,000 over the next two decades. It is the intention of the Council to introduce a new recycling collection service from September 2015. This will be a weekly service collecting paper, glass, cardboard, mixed plastics (including bottles, pots, tubs and trays), textiles and Food Waste. These will be collected on a single pass vehicle and all materials handled at the Council's Bulking Station on the Brunel Road Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot TQ12 4PB. As a result the Bulking Station will be undergoing a significant expansion with completion expected by August 2015 and includes an area set aside for the storage of skips into which the collected Food Waste will be tipped. The Council now wishes to procure a 'Haulage Contract' for the transportation of bulked Food Waste in skips. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide a service that enables the efficient collection and haulage of Food Waste skips from the Bulking Station to its disposal point and for the return of the empty skip back to the Bulking Station.

CA3271 - South Devon College ITT for the Supply and Installation of CNC Machinery and Programming licenses for Educational and Industry Activities

South Devon College | Published February 26, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
XYZ Machine Tools Ltd

South Devon College is seeking a bid to Supply and Install CNC Machinery and Programming licenses for Educational and Industry Activities. The machinery must be delivered and installed during the w/c 29 March 2016. This is a fixed priced tender. - To access this competition: login to and view the opportunity CA3271. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit then register and quote CA3271 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

7253 A national planning overview of 19th century forts and associated fortifications

Historic England-National Heritage Protection Commissions | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016

19th century forts and associated fortifications are some of our coast’s most distinctive monuments. Architecturally and topographically they are striking places with clear historic significance often dominating their settings and localities. They embody the changing nature of 19th century conflict as the technology of the industrial age was applied to warfare, fuelling great rivalry between Europe’s imperial powers. Militarily most 19th century forts were declared obsolete in 1956, subsequently a number have been preserved as visitor attractions by English Heritage and other organisations. A number have remained with the Ministry of Defence. Others have been converted to residential and commercial uses, whilst others are derelict subject to decay and vandalism, and are registered as Heritage at Risk. To ensure that more of these forts find new uses imaginative schemes based on best constructive conservation practices are required. Increasingly, proposals are being put forward to convert forts to new uses; potentially involving some loss of historic fabric and later defensive features. Forts are especially vulnerable to harm to their significance by virtue of changes to their settings. This project is designed to provide a national overview of 19th century forts and associated fortifications in England. It will identify which ones best exemplify evolution of military architecture, retain the best examples of features and fittings of various dates, and discuss the relative significance of later rearmament phases. The report will help to inform the work of Historic England and others to ensure well-informed and nationally consistent advice is available to those promoting and managing change, as well as would be developers.

Commercialisation Road Mapping - Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Road Mapping Exercise

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015

Detailed objectives are: • Inform future policy in the UK power, industrial and buildings sectors, by quantifying the potential impact on emissions from the introduction of hydrogen and fuel cell solutions in these sectors, potential benefits on the energy system as a whole, barriers to be overcome, and future actions to overcome these barriers. • Benchmark, and, where appropriate, boost visibility among analysts and investors, of current UK activity, capabilities, projects, companies, products and services, sales, installed capacities, market conditions, value propositions and opportunities, within an international context. • Assess market needs, technologies, and business capabilities, and thereby identify options for R&D, innovation, commercialisation for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. • Quantify the growth potential for different hydrogen and fuel cell market segments under different scenarios, illustrating economic, energy, CO2, transport, and other wider or strategic benefits, including one scenario corresponding to “Business as Usual”. • Facilitate communication and build shared understanding of the impacts of choices and value for money among diverse public and private stakeholders, maximising stakeholder support and co-ordination where possible, within the sector and between the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors and related sectors. • Highlight choices in the period 2016-2020 that would maximise the gross value added to the UK economy, in the period to 2025 and beyond, from the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, clarifying organisational challenges, feedbacks and interdependencies. • Quantify the support required to realise UK economic, energy, and environmental benefits, clarifying feedbacks and/or other interdependencies with international activities. • Identify opportunities to strengthen the capacity for innovation, learning, and feedback, including periodic assessment and updating of Roadmaps

Carluddon Technology Park Project, Employment Space for Advanced Manufacturing (ESAM) – Design & Construction Contract Opportunity

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published March 17, 2016

Cornwall Council seeks to appoint a suitably accredited and demonstrably experienced Principal Contractor to undertake the complete design and construction of the ESAM development, under an NEC 3 Engineering &Construction Contract (Option A). The design works comprise completion of the architectural, civil engineering, MEP engineering, landscaping design to allow complete construction of the works. The construction works shall comprise site works including extensions to the public highway, site access roads, earthworks, enabling works, statutory services diversions and new supplies, access roads, car parks, landscaping and on and offsite drainage. The construction works shall also include the construction of a high quality two storey office/light industrial manufacturing facility. This shall comprise, foundations, building envelope, internal fittings out, mechanical and electrical services and final occupation works. Subject to ERDF Funding approval, the Carluddon Technology Park project will establish the area as one of the premier locations in the UK for ambitious, high value businesses working within the Low Carbon Environmental Good and Services Sector (LCEGS), through the delivery of circa 2,595 sqm (gross internal area) of BREEAM Excellent workspace in the Employment Space for Advanced Manufacturing (ESAM) project. ESAM will have the capacity to accommodate at least 27 high tech and medium tech businesses and support the creation of at least 66 net FTE high value jobs by 2022. It will set a benchmark for design quality and attract private sector investment in employment space to the area. The project is required to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ as a minimum and deliver cross cutting themes, these are both key requirements of the ERDF funding which is being applied for. The project will additionally be required to achieve BIM Level 2, in line with all public procurement from 2016. The ESAM project has been in development since 2011 as part of the wider Eco-Town programme of sustainable development for the St Austell and Clay Country area. Cornwall Council has progressed the project through the current EU Growth Programme (2014-2020) and has seen the project progress through the Workspace ‘Call’ process for ERDF investment to Full Application stage. It is intended the design works will commence December 2016 and the Construction works will start March 2017and be completed for occupation May 2018. The value of the works is anticipated to be within the range of £5M to £7M GBP. This project is intended to be funded via the following element of the ERDF Programme – Priority Axis 3 –Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Growth Programme Please note this procurement exercise is intended to follow the OJEU Open Procedure. Interested Organisations are invited to express initial interest by email only, to the following contact point at the Council, before the end of April 2016.
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