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YPO - 000709 Industrial Gases

YPO | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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24110000

YPO are looking for Providers to be appointed onto a Framework Agreement for the Supply of Industrial Gases in various sizes and specifications. The framework agreement will cover the period from 25th January 2016 to 24th January 2020.

Industrial machinery

University of Leeds | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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42000000, 42713000

Lot 1: Multi-shuttle Weaving Loom for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics.

Lot 2: Electronic Jacquard and Harness for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics on a multi-shuttle weaving loom.

Lot 2: Electronic Jacquard and Harness for the weaving of 2D and 3D textile fabrics on a multi-shuttle weaving loom at the University of Leeds, School of Design.

M6 J23 Haydock Industrial Estate

Highways Agency | Published November 17, 2016
Winner
Mouchel Ltd
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71000000

Provide updated VISSIM microsimulation model and operational results from three development related scenarios.

Floor-cleaning machines

Ministry of Justice | Published February 22, 2017
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39713410

Supply and Maintenance of Floor Machines.

Supply and maintenance of various floor cleaning machines in various prison establishments.

Supply and maintenance of industrial floor cleaning machines in various prison establishments.

663-16 Bottled Gases

East Riding of Yorkshire | Published December 7, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
Winner
Air Products
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09121000

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is inviting tenders for the supply of Bottled Gases, these include but are not limited to: Industrial and Scientific Gases, Vehicle Refrigerant Gases, Cellar Gases and Equipment, Balloon Gas (Helium and Air) and Liquid Petroleum. Services are to be supplied to East Riding of Yorkshire Council. This contract will run from 01 April 2016 to 31 March 2019,

Capitol Park Spine Road Phase 2.

The Homes and Communities Agency | Published November 13, 2014
Winner
Lagan Construction Group LtdUnit C2, Fairways Business Park, Deer Park AvenueLivingston EH54 8AF info@laganconstruction.com +44 1506476430 www.laganconstructiongroup.com+44 2890458940
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45233100, 45221220, 45232450, 45112730, 71322000, 71245000

Construction work for highways, roads. Culverts. Drainage construction works. Landscaping work for roads and motorways. Engineering design services for the construction of civil engineering works. Approval plans, working drawings and specifications. The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is procuring the design and construction of a new spine road approximately 1 km in length, comprising a 2-way single carriageway route with several priority junctions along its length to facilitate industrial development.

Supply of Modifications to Force Spinning Equip...

Nonwovens Research Innovation & Research Institute Ltd | Published March 9, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
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NIRI is a materials research consultancy and intellectual property (IP) development company operating on a global basis. Our particular specialism is nonwovens, a dynamic and growing sector of the technical textile industry. The business is focused on product development and problem solving consultancy projects for industrial companies aiming to bridge the gaps between basic research and getting products into the marketplace. As part of its day-to-day operations, NIRI operates a number of prototyping machines that are used to make nonwoven fabrics. These are small-scale versions of industrial machines that are able to replicate fabrics produced by commercial manufacturers. Some of these machines are able to produce nano-fibres with diameters between 200-500 micrometres from a variety of polymer sources. One such machine is based on centrifugal (force) spinning. The force spinning equipment (lab-scale version) at NIRI is the Fiberio Cyclone L-1000 M. This is capable of producing nanofibers directly onto a rotating carriage. Whilst the machine is suitable for fundamental research work into the spinning of fibre, it cannot be used for development work because it is unable to produce fabrics. A modification to the machine is required to include the facility to make ~A4-sized product samples, deposited to onto a support medium (nonwoven or textile fabric).

Supply of Modifications to Force Spinning Equipment

Nonwovens Research Innovation & Research Institute Ltd | Published April 10, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
Winner
Fiberio Technology Corporation
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NIRI is a materials research consultancy and intellectual property (IP) development company operating on a global basis. Our particular specialism is nonwovens, a dynamic and growing sector of the technical textile industry. The business is focused on product development and problem solving consultancy projects for industrial companies aiming to bridge the gaps between basic research and getting products into the marketplace. As part of its day-to-day operations, NIRI operates a number of prototyping machines that are used to make nonwoven fabrics. These are small-scale versions of industrial machines that are able to replicate fabrics produced by commercial manufacturers. Some of these machines are able to produce nano-fibres with diameters between 200-500 micrometres from a variety of polymer sources. One such machine is based on centrifugal (force) spinning. The force spinning equipment (lab-scale version) at NIRI is the Fiberio Cyclone L-1000 M. This is capable of producing nanofibers directly onto a rotating carriage. Whilst the machine is suitable for fundamental research work into the spinning of fibre, it cannot be used for development work because it is unable to produce fabrics. A modification to the machine is required to include the facility to make ~A4-sized product samples, deposited to onto a support medium (nonwoven or textile fabric).

Kirkleatham Business Park – Ground Investigation

 | Published May 31, 2016  -  Deadline June 29, 2016
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45111000

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) intends to appoint a contractor to undertake ground investigations at the site, in order to inform a future outline planning application and the change of use from industrial to mixed-use including housing at Kirkleatham Business Park. The procurement will be managed by WYG on behalf of the Homes & Communities Agency. Tenders will be assessed on an 80:20 Price/Quality split; Quality is assessed via two questions. Interested parties are reminded that there are self certification sections within the Invtiation to Tender. The winning tenderer will be awarded the contract in July 2016. The proposed form of contract is the ‘ICE Conditions of Contract – Ground Investigation Version V2 – 2003’. If required, provisions are included for the contract to be extended by no more than one month.

Prison Industries Engineering and Window Systems Framework (Market Engagement)

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE | Published April 26, 2016
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14600000

The framework may be used to purchase a range of raw materials and capital equipment related to the following areas: Supply of non-ferrous metals (stainless steel and aluminium) Supply of sheet steel Supply of powder paint Supply of fibreboard Supply of a range of engineering related capital equipment (sheet metal work, general fabrication, machining). Supply of a range of components for the manufacture of window systems including; Supply of glass Supply of Primary Double Glazing Systems Supply of Secondary Double Glazing Systems Solid Panels Louvre Panels Polycarbonate materials The MOJ intends to run supplier days during the w/c 9th May. Times and locations to be confirmed. The purpose of the day will be to share more information regarding the opportunities and to gain feedback from potential suppliers. Any organisation interested in attending the supplier day and bidding for a place on the framework should register their interest by emailing mojprocurementindustries@justice.gsi.gov.uk before Wednesday 4th May.

Professional services for the gas industry

Northern Gas Networks | Published July 21, 2016
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76100000, 76000000

PE Asset Health.

Supply and Maintenance of Floor Machines

Ministry of Justice. | Published February 27, 2017
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39713410

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is seeking to implement up to two national agreements for the supply, service and maintenance of floor cleaning machines. The MoJ has a requirement for floor machines used for the cleaning of various floor types in their prison establishments, HQ Buildings, courts and offices. Floor machines are also used in the industrial cleaning workshops within establishments run by BICS trained officers to help offenders obtain qualifications to assist them upon release to seek employment. The contractor(s) will be experienced in the provision of high quality, robust equipment to British and European standards. The reliability and effectiveness of the floor machines is essential for establishments to maintain the high standard of cleanliness needed in a custodial environment. All machines supplied must comply with published guidance such as, but not limited to relevant Health and Safety Executive (HSE) publications and consideration shall always be given to the applicability of British and European safety standards. The requirement has been split out into 2 separate lots, domestic floor machines and Industrial floor machines the detail of these lots are as follows: Lot 1- Domestic Floor Machines • Tub Vacuums • Upright vacuums • Domestic Carpet Cleaners • Domestic Wet Pick Up Machines Lot 2- Industrial Floor Machines • Scrubber Drier • Industrial Wet Pick Up • Heavy Weight Buffing Machine • Low Speed Buffing Machine • High Speed Buffing Machine

Supply and Maintenance of Floor Machines

Ministry of Justice. | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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39713410

This tender opportunity relates to the Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service's (HMPPS) requirements for the supply and maintenance of floor machines predominantly for use within public prison establishments. The proposed duration of the contract is for four years, with an estimated value of £865,000. The requirement has been split into the following two lots: Lot 1- Domestic Floor Machines • Tub Vacuums • Upright vacuums • Domestic Carpet Cleaners • Domestic Wet Pick Up Machines Lot 2- Industrial Floor Machines Scrubber Drier • Industrial Wet Pick Up • Heavy Weight Buffing Machine • Low Speed Buffing Machine • High Speed Buffing Machine Suppliers are able to submit bids for both lots, or independently for Lot 1 or Lot 2 only.

Evaluation of Tender for Contract re - Transportation of Bedding Plants and Products from HMP Ford Industries

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE | Published September 6, 2016
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Sussex Transport
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60100000

The Authorities requirement is for a transport and logistics requirement for the road transport distribution of HMP Ford’s carriage requirements, which generally include mainly bedding plants, seasonal poppies, nursery stock and any additional ‘ad-hoc’ deliveries. A suitable fleet of vehicles to deal with pillar pallets, cages and Danish trolleys or equivalent will be required, and expected pickups from HMP Ford number one per day on average with deliveries to multiple nationwide secure sites, although routes and numbers vary/fluctuate throughout the year. Time will be crucial to performance. Vetted drivers are an essential requirement, as will be adequate processes to provide satisfactory customer service and management information regularly. Standstill notices were provided to all relevant tenderers on 5th September 2016.

260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine

University Of Sheffield | Published June 17, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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260/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 20th of July 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine

University Of Sheffield | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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271/EML/PTG/15 Gear Profile Grinding Machine The University of Sheffield wishes to invite tenders for supply of a Gear Profile Grinding Machine for use within the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's Grinding and Surface Finishing Process Group at Catcliffe, Rotherham. Scope of Requirement: The machine will be predominantly used for Research and Development activity supporting industrial applications e.g., but not limited to, aerospace, marine, power generation and automotive sectors. As such, machine capabilities should reflect materials, geometries and functionalities of the target sector applications. Tender Process and Documentation: This is an E.U open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 2nd of September 2015 at 12 noon (UK time).

Sub Contractor Contracts for Electrical Works

Leeds City Council | Published April 2, 2014  -  Deadline April 30, 2014
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45310000, 45311000, 45311100, 45317000, 50710000

Housing works

Sub-contractors will be required to undertake full re-wires to both occupied and un-occupied domestic properties. This includes renewing consumer units, lighting circuits, cooker circuits, light points & switches etc. The work also comprises rewiring to off-peak facilities and installing double and triple pole isolators to the mains supply. Planned works to kitchen and bathroom schemes are also included.

Non Housing works

Sub-contractors will be required to undertake electrical works to commercial and industrial installations. This includes, testing and inspection, rewiring and upgrading new and existing installations using all types of PVC, MICC and SWA cables.  Installation of all types of steel and PVC containment, trunking, conduit and basket.

They will also be required to install fire/intruder alarm systems, door access, CCTV and data/comms. On completion of the works they will need to provide all relevant certification and any other relevant information/documentation that may be required by the contract administrator in order to comply with CDM regulations etc.

Under this contract the contractor will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.   Apprenticeships will be supported by placing a levy on the price of products through the managed store.  This will take the form of a standard % which will then in turn fund the placement of apprentices within the Council teams.

 

Accordingly contract performance conditions may relate in particular to secondary considerations.

 

Framework for the Supply of Print Consumables, Print Paper, Corrugated Boxes and Packaging Materials and Print Machinery for Prison Industry Workshops

Ministry of Justice | Published August 31, 2016
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Framework for the Supply of Print Consumables, Print Paper, Corrugated Boxes and Packaging Materials and Print Machinery for Prison Industry Workshops.

The supply of Component Parts, Finished Goods and Associated Services for the manufacture of office furniture. To include delivery and installation, across the MoJ and other Government Departments, including Public sector Prison Industries

Ministry of Justice. | Published August 24, 2016
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The supply of Component Parts, Finished Goods and Associated Services for the manufacture of office furniture. To include delivery and installation, across the MoJ and other Government Departments, including Public sector Prison Industries.

Asbestos Removals and Air Monitoring

Leeds City Council | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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45262660, 90650000, 71900000

Leeds City Council is looking to procure a new contract for 3 years with an option of a 1 additional year extension.

The contract will be for a city wide service covering both residential properties and civic assets and schools for the asbestos removals will be City wide.

Work may be packaged in the following Lots:

— Lot 1: 2 000 000 GBP 2 x Suppliers Leeds Building Services sub-contractors. Will undertake both residential and work to Civic assets / Schools.

— Lot 2: 600 000 GBP 1 x Supplier to Housing Leeds Asbestos Team (will undertake only residential removal work).

— Lot 3: 300 000 GBP 2 x Suppliers Air Monitoring suppliers.

Leeds Building Services manage citywide asbestos removal for the following directorates within Leeds City Council:

Housing Leeds premises can consist of the following and should be taken into account.

— Domestic properties (Tenanted/ Leaseholder homes/flats, including sheltered housing schemes): 57 689 assets.

— Sheltered accommodation of the elderly (No of blocks/schemes): 41 Blocks.

— Multi Story High Rise Blocks of flats (over 5 stories): 129 Blocks.

— Medium size blocks of flats (up to 4 stories): 3 713 Blocks (this includes 1-5 stores).

— Shops: 323 (284 Shop units and 39 Office units).

— Garages or garage sites: 6 060 garages.

— Housing offices: — 52.

Children services premises include:

— 274 Schools inclusive of high schools/academies/primary/specialist learning centres and library services often with multiple blocks and building archetypes on 1 site.

— Of which, 17 CLASP and 32 SCHOLA system built schools with AIB clad columns throughout.

Corporate Property Management premises includes:

— 934 buildings with known asbestos containing materials of which;

— Almost every type of commercial building type and bespoke design falls into this category inclusive of;

— Offices, libraries, community centres, shops, industrial estates, public conveniences, cemeteries and associated buildings, leisure centres, town halls, community centres, children's homes, pavilions, changing rooms, markets, one stop shops, workshops, homes for older people, day centres, galleries, museums and hostels.

The Council currently has 2 contracts for asbestos removal, both are due to expire, with no further opportunity for extension. This market sounding process will support LCC in developing a procurement strategy to replace the current contracts.