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Grangemouth FPS - Ground Investigation Contract 3 - Industrial Sites

Falkirk Council | Published July 29, 2016
cpvs
391100, 399999

Grangemouth FPS - Ground Investigation Contract 3 - Industrial Sites

Proposed Light Industrial Development at Abbotsford Business Park, Falkirk (FAL-7474)

Falkirk Council | Published December 7, 2015
Winner
Jb Bennetts (Contracts) Ltd
cpvs
391010, 399999

The works covered comprise: The erection of 4 No light industrial units and associated parking comprising concrete floor slab, steel portal frames with insulated wall and roof panels including rooflights and associated mechanical and electrical works.

Term Contract for Portable Appliance Testing

Falkirk Council | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
cpvs
199999, 221100, 229999, 391011, 399999

The project covers approximately 250-300 Falkirk Council properties throughout the Council area including schools, care homes, community centres, industrial units, depots and offices. Some of the properties are operated and managed by the housing division within the council, consequently there will be a separate contract administrator for the housing and non-housing properties. The requirement of this contract is to carry out annual Portable Appliance Testing and Inspection of electrical appliances together with all appliance labelling, updating and maintaining all property inventories mainly within the councils operational (non-housing) buildings but will include some housing properties with central services. The works will include elements of minor repairs to fuses, plugs, cables, etc where economically viable and will all be expected to be carried out in compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 together with all relevant legislation, British Standards, HSE guidance, relevant electrical standards, codes of procedure/practise, etc. Otherwise as described in the accompanying PQQ Documentation.

Boness Buoy Condition Survey

Falkirk Council | Published December 18, 2015
Winner
Historic Metalwork Conservation Company Ltd
cpvs
151300, 152300, 181500, 189999, 391213, 399999

Falkirk Council wishes to procure the services of a Consultant with experience of the preservation and restoration, and display of industrial heritage objects made from iron. The consultant will be required to provide costs for carrying out the following: - A condition survey of the buoy. - Prepare a specification for all preservation and restoration treatment so that the buoy can be put on permanent display in an outdoor location near the harbour and dock in Bo’ness. The treatment is to prevent further corrosion and to have a minimum design life of 25 years in a maritime location. - Prepare a specification for any treatment needed in the short term to prevent further corrosion prior to full restoration work being carried out. - Provide a specification for long term maintenance of the display structure and buoy. - Design of a structure in the display location to support the buoy so that it can be viewed to best effect. This will include production of sketch designs for public consultation prior to preparation of the final design, and production of cost estimates for building the buoy display structure.

Boness Buoy Condition Survey

Falkirk Council | Published August 13, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
cpvs
151300, 152300, 181500, 189999, 391213, 399999

Falkirk Council wishes to procure the services of a Consultant with experience of the preservation and restoration, and display of industrial heritage objects made from iron. The consultant will be required to provide costs for carrying out the following: • A condition survey of the buoy. • Prepare a specification for all preservation and restoration treatment so that the buoy can be put on permanent display in an outdoor location near the harbour and dock in Bo’ness. The treatment is to prevent further corrosion and to have a minimum design life of 25 years in a maritime location. • Prepare a specification for any treatment needed in the short term to prevent further corrosion prior to full restoration work being carried out. • Provide a specification for long term maintenance of the display structure and buoy. • Design of a structure in the display location to support the buoy so that it can be viewed to best effect. This will include production of sketch designs for public consultation prior to preparation of the final design, and production of cost estimates for building the buoy display structure.

Carron Works! Initiative

Falkirk Council | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
Yellow Book Ltd
cpvs

Carron Company remains one of the most important industrial enterprises the world has seen and in many respects drove the industrial revolution in Scotland. The ambition of this project is to map out the extent and nature of Carron Company, its people and its products, and to develop activities which deliver benefits to the local communities in Falkirk, to Scotland more generally, and more broadly within the UK. The Steering Group wishes to bid for HLF funding for a series of projects forming the Carron Works! Initiative, which would take place over a 4 year period, and are seeking in particular to target works for maximum community benefit. The successful consultant will be required to work (with guidance from the Carron Works Steering Group) to further scope and finalise the bid. This process will include stakeholder consultation, creative development of the project, financial planning and costing, and delivery of the final, fully prepared bid.

Term Contract for Gas & Mechanical Services

Falkirk Council | Published March 19, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
cpvs
50712000, 50720000, 45259300, 45259900, 45231223, 50531200, 65210000, 50531100, 48151000

The project covers approximately 250-300 Falkirk Council properties throughout the Council area including schools, care homes, community centres, industrial units, depots and offices. Some of the properties are operated and managed by another division within the council, consequently there will be a separate contract administrator for the housing and non-housing properties This contract comprises the following works/ service provision to all of Falkirk Councils Non Housing buildings including some Housing properties: - - The servicing of all Mechanical Services Equipment. - Repairs to Mechanical services equipment on a daywork basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. - 1 hour call out service to be provided for unsafe and emergency situations relating to gas to be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. - The servicing of all Conventional and BMS (TREND & BAS) Controls Equipment. - Repairs to all Conventional and BMS (TREND & BAS) Controls equipment on a daywork basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. - The full management and monitoring of Falkirk Councils front end BMS operating systems by remote access and will include the regular and ad hoc time scheduling of heating systems, etc to suit the operational requirements of each property and in line with established Council protocol. - Testing of all gas pipework (drawings of pipework layouts and pipe sizes will be provided). - The provision of a comprehensive condition survey of all Mechanical Services and Conventional Controls equipment. This is required for every year of the contract. The survey information is to be provided at the same time as the service information. CPV: 50712000, 50720000, 45259300, 45259900, 45231223, 50531200, 65210000, 50531100, 48151000.

Term Contract for Gas and Mechanical Services

Falkirk Council | Published October 6, 2016
Winner
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions
cpvs
50712000, 50720000, 45259300, 45259900, 45231223, 50531200, 65210000, 50531100, 48151000

The project covers approximately 250 - 300 Falkirk Council properties throughout the Council area including schools, care homes, community centres, industrial units, depots and offices. Some of the properties are operated and managed by another division within the council, consequently there will be a separate contract administrator for the housing and non-housing properties

This contract comprises the following works/ service provision to all of Falkirk Councils Non Housing buildings including some Housing properties:

— The servicing of all Mechanical Services Equipment.

— Repairs to Mechanical services equipment on a day-work basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends.

— 1 hour call out service to be provided for unsafe and emergency situations relating to gas to be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends.

— The servicing of all Conventional and BMS (TREND & BAS) Controls Equipment.

— Repairs to all Conventional and BMS (TREND & BAS) Controls equipment on a day-work basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends.

— The full management and monitoring of Falkirk Councils front end BMS operating systems by remote access and will include the regular and ad-hoc time scheduling of heating systems, etc. to suit the operational requirements of each property and in line with established Council protocol.

— Testing of all gas pipework (drawings of pipework layouts and pipe sizes will be provided).

— The provision of a comprehensive condition survey of all Mechanical Services and Conventional Controls equipment. This is required for every year of the contract. The survey information is to be provided at the same time as the service information.

Term Contract for Gas and Mechanical Services.

Falkirk Council | Published March 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 22, 2015
cpvs
50712000, 50720000, 45259300, 45259900, 45231223, 50531200, 65210000, 50531100, 48151000

The project covers approximately 250-300 Falkirk Council properties throughout the Council area including schools, care homes, community centres, industrial units, depots and offices. Some of the properties are operated and managed by another division within the council, consequently there will be a separate contract administrator for the housing and non-housing properties. This contract comprises the following works/ service provision to all of Falkirk Councils Non Housing buildings including some Housing properties: — The servicing of all Mechanical Services Equipment. — Repairs to Mechanical services equipment on a daywork basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. — 1 hour call out service to be provided for unsafe and emergency situations relating to gas to be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. — The servicing of all Conventional and BMS (Trend and BAS) Controls Equipment. — Repairs to all Conventional and BMS (Trend and BAS) Controls equipment on a daywork basis along with a 2 hour emergency call out service to be to be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year including all public holidays and weekends. — The full management and monitoring of Falkirk Councils front end BMS operating systems by remote access and will include the regular and ad hoc time scheduling of heating systems, etc. to suit the operational requirements of each property and in line with established Council protocol. — Testing of all gas pipework (drawings of pipework layouts and pipe sizes will be provided). — The provision of a comprehensive condition survey of all Mechanical Services and Conventional Controls equipment. This is required for every year of the contract. The survey information is to be provided at the same time as the service information. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=342376 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Planning, Development, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Interpretive Materials for IFLI

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) | Published March 3, 2016
Winner
Bright 3D , Bright3d
cpvs
90713000, 98300000, 73200000, 73210000, 45262600, 35261000

RSPB Scotland wishes to contract a single agency or group of agencies to undertake the detailed planning, development, design, manufacture and installation of interpretation materials on behalf of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Scheme. It will include interpretation within the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative Area, to include outdoor interpretive materials, digital interpretation, a mobile pop-up exhibition, a printed publication and a style guide for potential future work undertaken by project partners within the Initiative area.
An Interpretive Master Plan was developed for the IFLI project during the development year This document sets out an overall aim for interpretation: “To encourage local people and visitors to discover more about the fascinating natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the Inner Forth landscape, to explore further their own surroundings and other places along both banks of the river, and to share widely their awareness, understanding and local pride.”
Our overall project vision is of an Inner Forth landscape where the natural, cultural and historical wealth of the area is revealed, valued, enhanced and made accessible to residents and visitors. Important historical and natural landscape features will be in good condition and future change will be embraced by a landscape better able to cope with new pressures.
Our Interpretation project ‘Telling the Inner Forth Story’ is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods and media, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage. The project will deliver interpretation for the IFLI partnership rather than for RSPB as the lead partner.
The purpose of this commission is to source an experienced and creative Interpretive Designer, or consortium of interpretation and design professionals to work with us to develop the ideas presented in the Interpretive Master Plan into fully realised interpretive media that fulfil our ambitions. Proposals presented in the Master Plan will be turned into reality on the ground by integrating information gathered from our community research projects, and from active engagement with local communities themselves. The interpretation will be planned, designed and installed during the period January 2016 to April 2017. The contract will also build on, and contribute to the Inner Forth’s brand identity.
The following outcomes will need to be delivered to successfully complete this project:
1. Community Participation in developing the interpretation - Working with the IFLI Interpretation Officer to engage communities across the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative area in the creation of a suite of landscape-wide interpretation.
2. Interpretation Material to include:
- Pop-up exhibition - Detailed design and production of a mobile ‘pop-up’ exhibition to be used by the IFLI project team
- Landscape wide static interpretive media - Detailed design, production and installation of static interpretation in the form of a series of connected “beacons” and “markers”. It is essential that static interpretation media installations are well planned to be appropriate and sympathetic to each location;
- In addition this will require detailed planning to ensure that the suite of landscape-wide interpretation is integrated and coordinated, and that all permissions are obtained from the appropriate authorities for the installation of static interpretation media installations. Interpretive media will need to be high quality and durable.
3. Printed Materials Design and production of printed material that relates to the location and content of beacons and markers, web-based

Tender for the Planning, Development, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Interpretive Materials

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
cpvs
151300, 159999, 179999, 189999, 399999

RSPB Scotland wishes to contract a single agency or group of agencies to undertake the detailed planning, development, design, manufacture and installation of interpretation materials on behalf of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Scheme. It will include interpretation within the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative Area, to include outdoor interpretive materials, digital interpretation, a mobile pop-up exhibition, a printed publication and a style guide for potential future work undertaken by project partners within the Initiative area. An Interpretive Master Plan was developed for the IFLI project during the development year This document sets out an overall aim for interpretation: “To encourage local people and visitors to discover more about the fascinating natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the Inner Forth landscape, to explore further their own surroundings and other places along both banks of the river, and to share widely their awareness, understanding and local pride.” Our overall project vision is of an Inner Forth landscape where the natural, cultural and historical wealth of the area is revealed, valued, enhanced and made accessible to residents and visitors. Important historical and natural landscape features will be in good condition and future change will be embraced by a landscape better able to cope with new pressures. Our Interpretation project ‘Telling the Inner Forth Story’ is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods and media, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage. The project will deliver interpretation for the IFLI partnership rather than for RSPB as the lead partner. The purpose of this commission is to source an experienced and creative Interpretive Designer, or consortium of interpretation and design professionals to work with us to develop the ideas presented in the Interpretive Master Plan into fully realised interpretive media that fulfil our ambitions. Proposals presented in the Master Plan will be turned into reality on the ground by integrating information gathered from our community research projects, and from active engagement with local communities themselves. The interpretation will be planned, designed and installed during the period January 2016 to April 2017. The contract will also build on, and contribute to the Inner Forth’s brand identity. The following outcomes will need to be delivered to successfully complete this project: 1. Community Participation in developing the interpretation - Working with the IFLI Interpretation Officer to engage communities across the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative area in the creation of a suite of landscape-wide interpretation. 2. Interpretation Material to include: - Pop-up exhibition - Detailed design and production of a mobile ‘pop-up’ exhibition to be used by the IFLI project team - Landscape wide static interpretive media - Detailed design, production and installation of static interpretation in the form of a series of connected “beacons” and “markers”. It is essential that static interpretation media installations are well planned to be appropriate and sympathetic to each location; - In addition this will require detailed planning to ensure that the suite of landscape-wide interpretation is integrated and coordinated, and that all permissions are obtained from the appropriate authorities for the installation of static interpretation media installations. Interpretive media will need to be high quality and durable. 3. Printed Materials Design and production of printed material that relates to the location and content of beacons and markers, web-based

Planning, Development, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Interpretive Materials for IFLI

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
90713000, 98300000, 73200000, 73210000, 45262600, 35261000

RSPB Scotland wishes to contract a single agency or group of agencies to undertake the detailed planning, development, design, manufacture and installation of interpretation materials on behalf of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Scheme. It will include interpretation within the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative Area, to include outdoor interpretive materials, digital interpretation, a mobile pop-up exhibition, a printed publication and a style guide for potential future work undertaken by project partners within the Initiative area. An Interpretive Master Plan was developed for the IFLI project during the development year This document sets out an overall aim for interpretation: “To encourage local people and visitors to discover more about the fascinating natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the Inner Forth landscape, to explore further their own surroundings and other places along both banks of the river, and to share widely their awareness, understanding and local pride.” Our overall project vision is of an Inner Forth landscape where the natural, cultural and historical wealth of the area is revealed, valued, enhanced and made accessible to residents and visitors. Important historical and natural landscape features will be in good condition and future change will be embraced by a landscape better able to cope with new pressures. Our Interpretation project ‘Telling the Inner Forth Story’ is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods and media, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage. The project will deliver interpretation for the IFLI partnership rather than for RSPB as the lead partner. The purpose of this commission is to source an experienced and creative Interpretive Designer, or consortium of interpretation and design professionals to work with us to develop the ideas presented in the Interpretive Master Plan into fully realised interpretive media that fulfil our ambitions. Proposals presented in the Master Plan will be turned into reality on the ground by integrating information gathered from our community research projects, and from active engagement with local communities themselves. The interpretation will be planned, designed and installed during the period January 2016 to April 2017. The contract will also build on, and contribute to the Inner Forth’s brand identity. The following outcomes will need to be delivered to successfully complete this project: 1. Community Participation in developing the interpretation - Working with the IFLI Interpretation Officer to engage communities across the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative area in the creation of a suite of landscape-wide interpretation. 2. Interpretation Material to include: - Pop-up exhibition - Detailed design and production of a mobile ‘pop-up’ exhibition to be used by the IFLI project team - Landscape wide static interpretive media - Detailed design, production and installation of static interpretation in the form of a series of connected “beacons” and “markers”. It is essential that static interpretation media installations are well planned to be appropriate and sympathetic to each location; - In addition this will require detailed planning to ensure that the suite of landscape-wide interpretation is integrated and coordinated, and that all permissions are obtained from the appropriate authorities for the installation of static interpretation media installations. Interpretive media will need to be high quality and durable. 3. Printed Materials Design and production of printed material that relates to the location and content of beacons and markers, web-based

Planning, Development, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Interpretive Materials for IFLI.

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Bright 3D
cpvs
90713000, 98300000, 73200000, 73210000, 45262600, 35261000

RSPB Scotland wishes to contract a single agency or group of agencies to undertake the detailed planning, development, design, manufacture and installation of interpretation materials on behalf of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Scheme. It will include interpretation within the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative Area, to include outdoor interpretive materials, digital interpretation, a mobile pop-up exhibition, a printed publication and a style guide for potential future work undertaken by project partners within the Initiative area.

An Interpretive Master Plan was developed for the IFLI project during the development year This document sets out an overall aim for interpretation: ‘To encourage local people and visitors to discover more about the fascinating natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the Inner Forth landscape, to explore further their own surroundings and other places along both banks of the river, and to share widely their awareness, understanding and local pride.’

Our overall project vision is of an Inner Forth landscape where the natural, cultural and historical wealth of the area is revealed, valued, enhanced and made accessible to residents and visitors. Important historical and natural landscape features will be in good condition and future change will be embraced by a landscape better able to cope with new pressures.

Our Interpretation project ‘Telling the Inner Forth Story’ is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods and media, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage. The project will deliver interpretation for the IFLI partnership rather than for RSPB as the lead partner.

The purpose of this commission is to source an experienced and creative Interpretive Designer, or consortium of interpretation and design professionals to work with us to develop the ideas presented in the Interpretive Master Plan into fully realised interpretive media that fulfil our ambitions. Proposals presented in the Master Plan will be turned into reality on the ground by integrating information gathered from our community research projects, and from active engagement with local communities themselves. The interpretation will be planned, designed and installed during the period January 2016 to April 2017. The contract will also build on, and contribute to the Inner Forth's brand identity.

The following outcomes will need to be delivered to successfully complete this project:

1. Community Participation in developing the interpretation — Working with the IFLI Interpretation Officer to engage communities across the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative area in the creation of a suite of landscape-wide interpretation.

2. Interpretation Material to include:

— Pop-up exhibition — Detailed design and production of a mobile ‘pop-up’ exhibition to be used by the IFLI project team;

— Landscape wide static interpretive media — Detailed design, production and installation of static interpretation in the form of a series of connected ‘beacons’ and ‘markers’. It is essential that static interpretation media installations are well planned to be appropriate and sympathetic to each location;

— In addition this will require detailed planning to ensure that the suite of landscape-wide interpretation is integrated and coordinated, and that all permissions are obtained from the appropriate authorities for the installation of static interpretation media installations. Interpretive media will need to be high quality and durable.

3. Printed Materials Design and production of printed material that relates to the location and content of beacons and markers, web-based materials etc.

4. Digital media — Design and development of digital interpretive materials (which might include interactive maps, geo-locative interpretation, augmented reality etc.) to promote learning about and engagement with the Inner Forth landscape.

5. Style guide — Production of a style guide and templates for this suite of interpretation, which will enable any future additional interpretive features produced by partners to be integrated.

Full details are available within the Invitation to Tender itself.

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=419687

Planning, Development, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Interpretive Materials for IFLI.

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
90713000, 98300000, 73200000, 73210000, 45262600, 35261000

RSPB Scotland wishes to contract a single agency or group of agencies to undertake the detailed planning, development, design, manufacture and installation of interpretation materials on behalf of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, a Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Scheme. It will include interpretation within the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative Area, to include outdoor interpretive materials, digital interpretation, a mobile pop-up exhibition, a printed publication and a style guide for potential future work undertaken by project partners within the Initiative area. An Interpretive Master Plan was developed for the IFLI project during the development year. This document sets out an overall aim for interpretation: ‘To encourage local people and visitors to discover more about the fascinating natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the Inner Forth landscape, to explore further their own surroundings and other places along both banks of the river, and to share widely their awareness, understanding and local pride.’ Our overall project vision is of an Inner Forth landscape where the natural, cultural and historical wealth of the area is revealed, valued, enhanced and made accessible to residents and visitors. Important historical and natural landscape features will be in good condition and future change will be embraced by a landscape better able to cope with new pressures. Our Interpretation project ‘Telling the Inner Forth Story’ is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods and media, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage. The project will deliver interpretation for the IFLI partnership rather than for RSPB as the lead partner. The purpose of this commission is to source an experienced and creative Interpretive Designer, or consortium of interpretation and design professionals to work with us to develop the ideas presented in the Interpretive Master Plan into fully realised interpretive media that fulfil our ambitions. Proposals presented in the Master Plan will be turned into reality on the ground by integrating information gathered from our community research projects, and from active engagement with local communities themselves. The interpretation will be planned, designed and installed during the period January 2016 to April 2017. The contract will also build on, and contribute to the Inner Forth's brand identity. The following outcomes will need to be delivered to successfully complete this project: 1. Community Participation in developing the interpretation — Working with the IFLI Interpretation Officer to engage communities across the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative area in the creation of a suite of landscape-wide interpretation. 2. Interpretation Material to include: — Pop up exhibition — Detailed design and production of a mobile ‘pop-up’ exhibition to be used by the IFLI project team; — Landscape wide static interpretive media — Detailed design, production and installation of static interpretation in the form of a series of connected ‘beacons’ and ‘markers’. It is essential that static interpretation media installations are well planned to be appropriate and sympathetic to each location; — In addition this will require detailed planning to ensure that the suite of landscape-wide interpretation is integrated and coordinated, and that all permissions are obtained from the appropriate authorities for the installation of static interpretation media installations. Interpretive media will need to be high-quality and durable. 3. Printed Materials Design and production of printed material that relates to the location and content of beacons and markers, web-based materials, etc. 4. Digital media — Design and development of digital interpretive materials (which might include interactive maps, geo-locative interpretation, augmented reality, etc.) to promote learning about and engagement with the Inner Forth landscape; 5. Style guide — Production of a style guide and templates for this suite of interpretation, which will enable any future additional interpretive features produced by partners to be integrated. Full details are available within the Invitation to Tender itself. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information, please visit the Public Contracts Scotland web site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=419687 Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information, please visit the Public Contracts Scotland web site at: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=421767 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Provision of Energy Performance Certificates to Falkirk Council Housing Properties.

Falkirk Council | Published July 13, 2017
cpvs
71314300

Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 280 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 71314200 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKM26 Main site or place of performance: Council Housing Properties within the Falkirk Council Area. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Framework Agreement for the carrying out Energy Assessment Surveys to Void and Occupied Falkirk Council Housing Properties and producing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for these properties within the Falkirk Council Area, in accordance with current legislative requirements, including The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and The Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations, and in accordance with the most current version of the Governments Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) at the time of each individual survey. A fully comprehensive survey will be undertaken, incorporating the full area of the property, including all dedicated and communal loft spaces. The current EPC format for Dwelling EPCs implemented from 1.10.2012 is to be used, unless superceded by an updated format over the lifetime of the framework. An initial electronic copy and 2 further ‘physical’ copies of the fully completed and comprehensive EPCs in full colour produced by means of the IT packages of one of the Scottish Government EPC Approved Organisations. Each EPC must be specific to the property and must be registered on the Scottish Energy Performance Certificate Register. The Reduced Data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP) shall be utilised for assessing energy performance of existing dwellings. The Service Provider must be registered with one of the EPC Approved Organisations which the Scottish Government Building Standards Division (BSD) has entered into protocols to deliver EPCs. All Service Provider operatives and any sub-contractors who are actively responsible for conducting Surveys and collating the resultant data leading to the production of EPCs (EPC Assessors) must have their details recorded in the form of an ‘active’ listing on the Scottish EPC Register. Service Provider operatives undertaking EPC Survey work on this contract are to have attended Asbestos Awareness Training. Contract will not be divided into lots as it is not suitable due to the survey feeding into the provision of the Energy Performance Certificates. Contract will run from 1.10.2017 to 30.9.2021. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Qualitative criteria assessment / Weighting: 22 % Price / Weighting: 78 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Exclusion: Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 048-088140 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: CHS/177/17 A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 04/07/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 8 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 7 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 8 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Everwarm Ltd 3 Inchcorse Place, Whitehill Industrial Estate, West Lothian Bathgate EH48 2EE UK Telephone: +44 1506638600 NUTS: UK The contractor is an SME: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor E.ON Energy Installation Services Westwood Way Coventry CV4 8LG UK Telephone: +44 7773475228 NUTS: UKG33 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Pennington Choices Ltd The Old Barn Brookfield House, Tarporley Road, Cheshire Warrington WA4 4EA UK Telephone: +44 1928568842 NUTS: UKD22 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 340 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 280 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information (SC Ref: 503856). VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Falkirk Council Municipal Buildings, West Bridge Street Falkirk FK1 5RS UK Telephone: +44 1324506566 E-mail: purchasing@falkirk.gov.uk Internet address(es) URL: http://www.falkirk.gov.uk VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 11/07/2017 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: purchasing@falkirk.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 71314300Energy-efficiency consultancy servicesEnergy and related services 71314200Energy-management servicesEnergy 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. 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