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Industrial machinery

The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) c/o Metropolitan Police Service | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline July 1, 2016
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42000000, 45234230, 50750000, 42418000, 42416110, 42416120, 42416210, 42416100, 42419500, 42419510, 42419900, 42414310, 45313100, 51511100

Industrial machinery

An appraisal of options for an innovation intervention in industrial decarbonisation including industrial carbon capture and storage

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published May 6, 2016
Winner
NV-GL
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73000000

A summary of the priority industrial decarbonisation technologies, with identification and assessment of the options for structuring an innovation intervention, identification of the selection criteria that DECC should use for choosing the priority industrial decarbonisation technologies and projects and identification of the main factors which determine the success of an industrial decarbonisation/ICCS innovation programme. Procured via the DECC Energy Technical Services Framework

4186-2-Industrial Goods-SE-RFP: Supply of Industrial Laundry Equipment, Maintenance and Associated S

The Secretary of State for Justice (Ministry of Justice) | Published November 8, 2014
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51543400, 42716000

ONE3ONE Solutions is the part of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) — an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Justice — which is largely responsible for providing prisoner work. We are looking to increase the amount of work which is delivered in prisons by prisoners to support the Government's commitments in this respect. NOMS has over 100 locations across England and Wales, utilising a workforce of motivated prisoners (who work under supervision of trained instructors). This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to alert the market that the Ministry of Justice wishes to establish a contract or contracts with potential providers who are interested in participating in delivering Industrial Laundry Equipment, Maintenance of Industrial Equipment and Associated Services to public sector prisons in England and Wales. The Supply of Industrial Laundry Equipment, Maintenance and Associated Services to the Prison Laundries and Laundrettes contract(s) will be delivered via 2 lots: Lot 1: The supply of industrial laundry equipment including continuous tunnel washers and full systems, washer extractors, tumble dryers, folders, feeders, small finishing equipment, deep chested ironers and ancillary equipment. Industrial equipment: The Supply of Industrial Laundry Equipment will be direct to industrial laundries which are located on a select number of sites. All equipment must meet legislative requirements for example WEEE, health and safety, biodegradability and labelling requirements and be of industry standard. Suppliers will be required to meet ISO standards. All costs are to include delivery and installation to within three (3) metres of final operating location. Lot 2: The supply of maintenance of industrial equipment to laundries includes undertaking planned preventative maintenance to manufacturers' recommendations, breakdown maintenance and repairs. There is a requirement as and when needed for the movement, relocation and re-installation of machines as required. This is not limited to industrial equipment only but may also include commercial equipment from laundries and laundrettes within HM Prison Service. The Contractor is expected to provide a total harmonised solution for each Lot covering all of the following however this list is not exhaustive: site visits and assessments, delivery and installation, maintenance and repair of existing equipment including spare parts and/or replacement where needed, relocation of equipment, disposal of equipment, works as required for example plumbing and electrical. The successful Contractor(s) for each Lot is required to provide products that are compatible and readily integrate with existing and future industrial laundry machinery requirements, for example, continuous tunnel washers, washer extractors, tumble dryers and ironers. In addition the successful Contractor(s) is required to work in partnership with the Authority and its partners to ensure a seamless service is delivered for the duration of the contract(s).

Potential for Business Organisations and Networks in Industrial Areas

TRANSPORT FOR LONDON | Published March 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
Winner
SoLoMan Executive
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79300000

To provide services to the GLA to allow, an understanding of the level of business organisation in industrial areas, to understand the economic benefits of business organisation in industrial areas, and engage with businesses in a number of specific industrial areas to develop business networks and organisations that could be establis

Industrial machinery

University College London | Published January 31, 2015
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38000000

Industrial machinery

Industrial Disease Claims Handling.

Department for Transport (DfT) | Published February 28, 2015
Winner
Crawford & Company Loss Adjusters (UK) Limited
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66516000, 66516400, 66516500

Liability insurance services. General liability insurance services. Professional liability insurance services. The Department for Transport (DfT) requires the supply of a claims handling service to manage industrial disease claims made or yet to be made against the former British Railways. The successful tenderer will manage residual claims which have been made or have yet to be made against DfT as successor to BRB, or its subsidiary companies where DfT is the correct legal defendant or another industry party is the legal defendant but DfT is wholly or partly financially liable and has the right to conduct the claim. It will also administer indemnity liabilities by receiving and verifying claims made by indemnified parties, including taxation issues and reimbursement where appropriate, in accordance with the terms of the relevant indemnity.

Industrial Disease Claims Handling.

Department for Transport (DfT) | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline November 27, 2014
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66516000, 66516400, 66516500

Liability insurance services. General liability insurance services. Professional liability insurance services. The Department for Transport (DfT) requires the supply of a claims handling service to manage industrial disease claims made or yet to be made against the former British Railways. The successful tenderer will manage residual claims which have been made or have yet to be made against DfT as successor to BRB, or its subsidiary companies where DfT is the correct legal defendant or another industry party is the legal defendant but DfT is wholly or partly financially liable and has the right to conduct the claim. It will also administer indemnity liabilities by receiving and verifying claims made by indemnified parties, including taxation issues and reimbursement where appropriate, in accordance with the terms of the relevant indemnity.

Industrial Land Development Partner.

Transport for London | Published December 20, 2014  -  Deadline January 23, 2015
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45000000, 71400000, 71540000, 71315200, 71315000, 71200000, 70122000, 70112000, 70110000, 45233100, 45223800, 45223200, 45220000, 45214620, 45214600, 45213251, 45213000, 45210000, 45111000, 45100000

The Greater London Authority is looking to procure a development partner for a range of industrial sites in east London in the London Boroughs of Newham, Barking and Dagenham and Havering. The sites range in size and readiness for development so the GLA is seeking a partner to take a portfolio approach to disposal, bringing sites to the market in a coordinated and considered manner. The GLA wishes to ensure that the Mayor's Strategic Objectives are prioritised including: promoting regeneration in east London; bringing back industrial uses to currently underused land; diversifying the mix of occupiers to bring local jobs to the area and securing minimum land receipt for GLA assets. The preferred development partner would be expected to develop a development and disposal strategy setting out short, medium and longer term proposals and a strategic vision for the portfolio. The sites identified total nearly 40 hectares; however, further details of the composition of the portfolio will be provided during the dialogue phase and the development agreement may also include a mechanism for bringing forward further sites, as part of the overall programme of development, during the life of the agreement. It is proposed that the partnership should be time limited with a clearly defined exit strategy; the duration of the partnership should be long enough for a partner to take an investment view and bring the sites to the market without creating over-supply. The GLA will transfer control of the sites to the development partner but will look to include a disposal mechanism whereby the GLA can work with the partner to prioritise or promote certain key interests where there are local relocations or strategic interventions. A profit sharing arrangement will be agreed with the development partner. Mechanisms which will be considered will include the GLA taking profit as a receipt or reinvesting in a separate vehicle for continued improvement of the local area. The selected partner would be expected to work closely with the boroughs as the sites largely fall within the London Riverside Opportunity Area and the boroughs' priorities remain important in the development process.

Repairs and refurbishment of a light industrial unit

Test Valley Borough Council | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
Winner
H Monfared (Builders) Ltd
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50000000

Repairs and refurbishment of a light industrial unit including demolition of a small mezzanine floor, creation of door openings, renewal of sanitary fittings, carpets and suspended ceilings, modification, servicing and testing of gas and electric installations, cleaning and redecoration. The address of the property is Unit 3, Sopwith Park, Royce Close, West Portway, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 3TS. Contract start date is 11th January 2016 or earlier by agreement and we expect a 4 to 6 week duration. Full details including documents are available on our website - http://www.testvalley.gov.uk/business/doingbusiness/tenders/repairs-refurbishment-light-industrial-unit/ Tender returns must be sent to the Contract Administrator in a sealed envelope marked "Private and Confidential - Tender Enclosed" by - 11 December 2015 at midday.

London Borough of Sutton?s Industrial Areas ? Land and Economy

London Borough of Sutton | Published July 24, 2015  -  Deadline August 12, 2015
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London Borough of Sutton's Industrial Areas - Land and Economy The London Borough of Sutton (Sutton Council) is seeking quotations from suitably qualified organisations to undertake a study into the economic growth potential of three Strategic Industrial Locations (SILs) within the Borough. This study should consider the use of land within the SILs, the potential for existing businesses to grow, the accessibility and infrastructure around the SILs, and the potential to increase the 'green' economy within the selected SILs. We are also seeking the creation of an 'Action Framework' which will detail the key steps which need to be taken in order to unlock the economic growth potential within the SILs. The Council is seeking to appoint one organisation and the contract shall be for an initial period of 6 months commencing on 20/08/2015. The Council is tendering this quotation through the London Tenders e-tendering portal. Prospective bidders are advised to register their interest by going to https://www.london tenders.org/procontract/supplier.nsf Sutton Council currently contracts with a diverse group of voluntary, statutory and private sector providers and encourages a range of organisations, regardless of size, to apply for this provision. The Council shall not be bound to accept the lowest cost or any quotation, and reserves the right to accept all or part of your bid. The award of contract shall be based on the most economically advantageous quotation submitted. Deadline for submission of a completed Quotation Questionnaire is 10am on Wednesday 12th August 2015.

ESPH TI (works) Castleham Estate Industrial Unit (ESPH67a)

SE Shared Services | Published October 19, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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45000000

The Council is seeking tenders from suitably qualified and experienced Contractors, to act as Principle Contractor and undertake the construction of a new light industrial unit at the Castleham Estate, create new parking facilities within the boundaries identified and agreed and provide a further, smaller section of the car parking to the east of the current unit block.

Industrial 2050 Roadmaps: Phase Two – Facilitation for joint Government-Industry Action Plans

Department of Energy & Climate Change | Published November 22, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
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72224000

The Department of Energy and Climate Change requires a contractor to support delivery of eight sector action plans that build on the recommendations of the ‘Industrial Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency Roadmaps to 2050’ reports published in March 2015. The roadmap reports provide an evidence-based foundation upon which future policy can be implemented and actions delivered. The way in which the reports were compiled was designed to ensure they have credibility with industrial, academic and other stakeholders as well as being suitable to contribute to future policy considerations. The next stage of this project is to develop and agree sector action plans that build on this evidence and analysis to set out a clear route for delivering significant reductions in carbon emissions, increased energy efficiency and a strong competitive position for UK energy intensive industry in the decades to come. These action plans will include actions to be taken by s industry, government and others to help with this transition. The action plans will need to be developed and agreed between government and industry participants, with the relevant trade associations playing a key role in this process. See the Inivtation to Tender for further detail.

Industrial 2050 Roadmaps: Phase Two — Facilitation for joint Government-Industry Action Plans.

Department of Energy and Climate Change | Published November 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
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73000000, 73110000, 72224200, 71248000, 72224000, 75112100, 71314000

Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research services. System quality assurance planning services. Supervision of project and documentation. Project management consultancy services. Administrative development project services. Energy and related services. The Department of Energy and Climate Change requires a contractor to support delivery of eight sector action plans that build on the recommendations of the ‘Industrial Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency Roadmaps to 2050’ reports published in March 2015. The roadmap reports provide an evidence-based foundation upon which future policy can be implemented and actions delivered. The way in which the reports were compiled was designed to ensure they have credibility with industrial, academic and other stakeholders as well as being suitable to contribute to future policy considerations. The next stage of this project is to develop and agree sector action plans that build on this evidence and analysis to set out a clear route for delivering significant reductions in carbon emissions, increased energy efficiency and a strong competitive position for UK energy intensive industry in the decades to come. These action plans will include actions to be taken by s industry, government and others to help with this transition. The action plans will need to be developed and agreed between government and industry participants, with the relevant trade associations playing a key role in this process. See the Inivtation to Tender for further detail.

Industrial 2050 Roadmaps: Phase Two — Facilitation for joint Government-Industry Action Plans.

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published November 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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73000000, 73110000, 72224200, 71248000, 72224000, 75112100, 71314000

Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research services. System quality assurance planning services. Supervision of project and documentation. Project management consultancy services. Administrative development project services. Energy and related services. The Department of Energy and Climate Change requires a contractor to support delivery of eight sector action plans that build on the recommendations of the ‘Industrial Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency Roadmaps to 2050’ reports published in March 2015. The roadmap reports provide an evidence-based foundation upon which future policy can be implemented and actions delivered. The way in which the reports were compiled was designed to ensure they have credibility with industrial, academic and other stakeholders as well as being suitable to contribute to future policy considerations. The next stage of this project is to develop and agree sector action plans that build on this evidence and analysis to set out a clear route for delivering significant reductions in carbon emissions, increased energy efficiency and a strong competitive position for UK energy intensive industry in the decades to come. These action plans will include actions to be taken by s industry, government and others to help with this transition. The action plans will need to be developed and agreed between government and industry participants, with the relevant trade associations playing a key role in this process. See the Inivtation to Tender for further detail.

The Supply and Installation of Industrial Engineering Equipment to the National Offender Management

Ministry of Justice Commercial and Contract Management Directorate | Published November 18, 2014
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42900000

ONE3ONE Solutions is the part of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) — an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Justice — which is largely responsible for providing meaningful employment for prisoners. We are looking to increase the amount of work which is delivered in prisons by prisoners to support the Government's commitments in this respect. NOMS has over 100 locations across England and Wales, utilising a workforce of motivated prisoners who work under supervision of trained instructors. We create high quality products and services for a whole range of businesses, including some household names and other government departments. We help businesses by working with them on a whole range of products and services – and one of the key areas of manufacture is engineering products. We already produce an extensive range of products; but we want to increase this to be able deliver Engineered products to other Government Departments and the commercial sector. To enable this to be possible ONE3ONE Solutions needs to ensure that it can purchase equipment to update the existing workshops and for installation in new engineering facilities. The type of Engineering Equipment which we normally require includes (but not limited to): CNC Sheet Metal Punch Machine; Guillotine; Press Brake; Iron Worker; Welding Fume Extraction; Band Saw; Tool Grinder; Compressors; VMC; CNC Lathe; Conventional Lathe; Conventional Milling Machine; Radial Arm Drill; Powder Paint Plant. The Ministry of Justice is seeking to Tender for the provision of Industrial Engineering Equipment, to be used within the workshops across the prison estate. This requirement will include the provision of spare parts and may include the need for servicing, at the establishment where the equipment is sited.

TRN 936/11/2014 - Research into Barriers and Enablers to Recovering Surplus Heat in Industry

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published December 1, 2014  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
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73000000

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”) wishes to appoint a supplier to undertake qualitative research exploring the barriers and enablers for industrial heat recovery. The purpose of this research is to build upon an earlier study by Element Energy to further develop our evidence base in the area of industrial recovered heat. The outcomes of both projects will provide DECC with an increased understanding of what policy support could be developed to help support the recovery of industrial waste heat. The supplier will undertake the research to include methodology design, data collection, analysis and report its findings to DECC. Main research objectives: 1. the knowledge and attitudes of industry towards heat recovery and re-use; 2. the process organisations have gone through to invest in and develop recoverable heat, including considerations in decision-making; 3. the main barriers to industrial heat recovery and re-use; and 4. potential enablers which could overcome barriers and/or increase uptake of industrial heat recovery. The research will be commissioned in January 2015 and conclude in May 2015. Contractors should have (or be able to demonstrate capability of) skills in qualitative research in particular face-to-face interviewing, understanding of heat recovery and the technical, economic and commercial factors relating to this and understanding of commercial decision making processes. It is important that contractors are able to use qualitative data for analysis and report findings in an impactful manner.

Support for Development and Delivery of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Innovation Programme (IEEA)

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published February 25, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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71350000

Energy efficiency is widely recognised as a cost-effective route to deliver emission reductions over the short-medium term. It also supports energy security objectives to support the development of technologies, which would enable industry to maintain production levels whilst reducing their energy demand. The Industrial Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency Roadmaps to 2050 identified that energy efficiency was a key route to enable industry to start to decarbonise, it also highlighted barriers to further implementation The Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator (IEEA) programme goal is to increase the range of industrial energy efficient products and processes, and support the wider rollout across industry. Please see the ITT for more info.

A method to estimate waste generation by the commercial and industrial sector in England

 | Published October 8, 2015
Winner
Sinclair Merz (Europe) Limited
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90000000

The overall aim of this project is to provide a new methodology for estimating waste generation by the C&I sector according to type of material and type of business. Literature searches along with an understanding of the policy background and waste treatment targets will be essential. The method must produce estimates that are consistent with Defra’s estimates of waste disposal at landfill and incinerator sites based on administrative permit data. The method must produce estimates that are consistent with estimates of levels of recycling and levels of imports and exports of waste. The method must be based on data sources and show a clear audit trail from final estimate back to data sources.

North Wales Prison Industries.

Ministry of Justice | Published July 8, 2015
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75231230, 79900000, 79990000, 98300000

The construction of the new North Wales prison is underway on the site of the former Firestone tyre factory in Wrexham. It is currently anticipated that the whole prison will be fully operational by the end of 2017. The prison will be the first in North Wales since 1916 (when Ruthin Goal in Denbighshire ceased to operate as a prison) and will hold up to 2 106 adult male prisoners, predominantly category C but including a small remand function of between 100 and 200 places. The prison site will contain an industrial workshop complex which will provide employment for approximately 500 prisoners, although these are only indicative numbers at this stage. Final numbers will be confirmed in tender documentation issued by the Authority. The Ministry of Justice wishes to engage with the market in order to explore options for contracting with external suppliers to operate within the industrial workshops. The Ministry of Justice is encouraging expressions of interest from a wide variety of suppliers, including Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), from a range of market sectors. Suppliers must be able to offer prisoners real work experience, suitable skills and keep them fully occupied, with the aim of preparing them for work on release. The MoJ will be looking to engage with suppliers on a number of options, these will include, but not be limited to, delivery of a managed service, operation of the entire industrial workshop space or managing one or more workshops each. The workshops are within the prison gates and therefore must be operated in line with strict security and other prison policies. Work activities must also be compliant with the Ministry of Justice Code of Practice for Work in Prisons*. In summary, the code of practice for work in prisons states that work in prisons should be delivered in a socially and economically beneficial way, with jobs in the community protected from the risk of being displaced as a direct result of unfair competition from prisons. Prisoners who work should have the opportunity to further their own rehabilitation. Work in prisons should allow for reparation to be made to society. *A copy of the code of practice can be found at http://one3one.justice.gov.uk/a-fair-approach/code-of-practice

919/11/2014 - Development of a Marginal Abatement Cost Curve for UK Industry

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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73000000

DECC is looking for a contractor or contractors to develop an analytical tool to collate and assess abatement opportunities within UK industry up to 2050. The purpose of the project is to create a robust, long-term evidence base on industrial abatement in order, amongst other things, to inform future policy appraisal in Government and to inform the setting of and development of policies and measures to meet UK carbon budgets.