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Principal Support Provider (PSP) Services for the provision of the Wellington Barracks Medical and Dental Centre

 | Published December 15, 2015
Winner
WYG Management Services Limited
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71311000

Principal Support Provider (PSP) Services for the provision of the Wellington Barracks Medical and Dental Centre.

The Provision of Forensic Medical Examination Services to the Royal Military Police (RMP).

Ministry of Defence, C and C, Other | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
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85121200

Medical specialist services. The Authority has a requirement for a 2 year plus 1 option year enabling contract for the provision of Forensic Medical Examiner (FME) services to the Military Police in the UK.

The Military Police (MP) of all three services (Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force) are responsible for the investigation of crime conducted by current and ex-service personnel within the Service Justice System (SJS). This can require the medical examination of suspects and victims in order to identify injuries and recover body samples and impressions to an evidential standard. To comply with legal and evidential standards this must be undertaken by a Doctor or nurse who is trained to conduct Forensic Medical Examinations.

The requirement is for the provision of a professional FME service to the MP and Military Provost Service (MPS), by suitably trained and recognised professionals in pursuance of investigations pan-UK (including Northern Ireland). Based on historic information it is estimated that the service would include 30 — 40 sexual offence examinations per year, throughout the UK but mainly concentrated in the major garrisons for the RN, RAF and Army. For the RN these are Plymouth, Portsmouth and Faslane; Army this is Aldershot, Salisbury Plain, Colchester, Catterick, London and Northern Ireland; for the RAF these are Brize Norton, Marham, Henlow, Honnington, Conningsby and Lossiemouth. This list is not exhaustive but gives an idea of the spread of locations. The demand for other elements of the service such as Interview after Caution is more difficult to estimate, requiring flexibility from the FME Provider.

The forensic medical service must provide a 24 hour, seven day a week 365 days a year capability to deploy suitable personnel to any location within the UK as soon as possible but not beyond 1 — 3 hours maximum.

The contracted service must provide evidential reports and evidence to a level acceptable at Courts Martial in line with UK civilian justice system standards and recognised best practise within the profession.

Expression of Interest to participate in this requirement are to be submitted on the DCO by completing the Pre-Qualification Notice (PQQ). Details to access the PQQ can be found under ‘Advertising Regime DCB’. Interested parties are required to complete the PQQ to provide information that allows the Authority to evaluate the suppliers capacities and capabilities. Evaluation criteria can be found at section 111.2 Condition for Participation.

Deadline for Completion of the PQQ is 21.3.2016.

Note that in accordance with Regulation 53 to PCR2015 the draft Invitation to Tender (ITT) documents have been made available within the Supporting Documents section of this Notice. Note that the ITT documents are for information purposes only at this stage and for the avoidance of doubt, not for completion. They may be subject to change prior to formal issue and only those companies who are deemed successful following a PQQ application will be formally invited to tender at a later date.

At this stage NO formal response is required to the tender.

The Delivery of Apprenticeships to servicemen/women of the Defence Medical Services (Royal Navy, Arm

Ministry of Defence | Published February 11, 2015
Winner
Wiltshire and Somerset Colleges' Partnership
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80000000

Education and training services. The Army holds an agreement with the Skills Funding Agency of England (SFA) to provide a grant towards the delivery of Apprenticeships and other work-based learning qualifications to servicemen and women as part of their continuing professional development. This requirement covers delivery of Apprenticeship qualifications to medical personnel of the Royal Navy (RN), Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps (QARANC) and the Royal Air Force (RAF). The Authority is seeking to select a Contractor to deliver this requirement. Because SFA funding is provided on an annual basis, any Contract would be let on the basis of 1 year certain with 4 optional 1-year periods or parts thereof commencing 1.8.2014. As the SFA funding methodology may change as at the commencement of any funding year, the Authority reserves the right to review the funding methodology to reflect changes to the SFA funding. It should be noted that delivery of this requirement is wholly dependent upon the continuing availability of SFA funding. Potential Contractors will be required to ensure that their proposals for delivery allow for incorporating emerging Government initiatives. The Authority also reserves the right to review either or both the delivery and funding methodology in response to the implementation of new apprenticeship standards/formats, regulations governing delivery/assessment or new funding regulations arising from the Government's response to the Richards Review and other studies. The Contractor may be required to support the Defence Medical Services Training Group (DMSTG) (The Defence Medical Services Training Group will be renamed to Defence College of Healthcare Education and Training (DCHET) as at 1 Apr 14) in achieving and retaining centre approval status. The Contractor will be required to comply with all current and future Government and Army requirements in areas such as safeguarding of learners and protection of data. In addition, the Contractor will be required to adhere to current and future Army Apprenticeships quality standards and processes. The methodology and location for delivery varies with the requirements of each single Service or Army Corps. Delivery commences during the Phase 2 Trade Training at the DMSTG and continues into Field Unit service in accordance with each single Service or Army Corps' Whole Life Development Strategy. Time may be allocated in Phase 2 training for the delivery of Functional Skills but in some cases the contractor may be required to complete the delivery of Functional Skills during Field Unit service. Delivery in the field can be structured as courses or more informal in evenings and spare time. The information given below is based upon historic figures, is indicative only and cannot be guaranteed. There will be no carry in learners as this is a new requirement. The Defence Medical Services are based throughout the UK, Germany and Cyprus. Servicemen/women are inducted onto their apprenticeship programmes during Phase 2 Training at the DMSTG in Lichfield. The Phase 2 training includes one or more clinical placements during which, the Contractor will be able to assess competence towards the apprenticeship qualification. The Contractor may be required to provide support to DMSTG in the administration of these clinical placements. Depending upon single Service or trade specialisation, learners undertake Advanced Apprenticeship programmes in Healthcare and delivery of Functional Skills takes place during the Phase 2 training. All Apprenticeships are completed in Field Units. For 2013/14 the estimated delivery is based upon a profile of 500 starts at Level 3. The RAMC aspires to the implementation of a Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship for the Combat Med Tech trade. Development work is under-way on a Higher Apprenticeship and, if successful, this may be adopted for some personnel in the RN or RAF. The Contractor must be prepared to participate in the development of this programme and undertake delivery of the qualification when introduced.

The Delivery of Apprenticeships to servicemen/women of the Defence Medical Services (Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force).

C&C, C&C | Published February 11, 2015
Winner
Wiltshire and Somerset Colleges' Partnership
cpvs
80000000

Education and training services. The Army holds an agreement with the Skills Funding Agency of England (SFA) to provide a grant towards the delivery of Apprenticeships and other work-based learning qualifications to servicemen and women as part of their continuing professional development. This requirement covers delivery of Apprenticeship qualifications to medical personnel of the Royal Navy (RN), Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps (QARANC) and the Royal Air Force (RAF). The Authority is seeking to select a Contractor to deliver this requirement. Because SFA funding is provided on an annual basis, any Contract would be let on the basis of 1 year certain with 4 optional 1-year periods or parts thereof commencing 1.8.2014. As the SFA funding methodology may change as at the commencement of any funding year, the Authority reserves the right to review the funding methodology to reflect changes to the SFA funding. It should be noted that delivery of this requirement is wholly dependent upon the continuing availability of SFA funding. Potential Contractors will be required to ensure that their proposals for delivery allow for incorporating emerging Government initiatives. The Authority also reserves the right to review either or both the delivery and funding methodology in response to the implementation of new apprenticeship standards/formats, regulations governing delivery/assessment or new funding regulations arising from the Government's response to the Richards Review and other studies. The Contractor may be required to support the Defence Medical Services Training Group (DMSTG) (The Defence Medical Services Training Group will be renamed to Defence College of Healthcare Education and Training (DCHET) as at 1 Apr 14) in achieving and retaining centre approval status. The Contractor will be required to comply with all current and future Government and Army requirements in areas such as safeguarding of learners and protection of data. In addition, the Contractor will be required to adhere to current and future Army Apprenticeships quality standards and processes. The methodology and location for delivery varies with the requirements of each single Service or Army Corps. Delivery commences during the Phase 2 Trade Training at the DMSTG and continues into Field Unit service in accordance with each single Service or Army Corps' Whole Life Development Strategy. Time may be allocated in Phase 2 training for the delivery of Functional Skills but in some cases the contractor may be required to complete the delivery of Functional Skills during Field Unit service. Delivery in the field can be structured as courses or more informal in evenings and spare time. The information given below is based upon historic figures, is indicative only and cannot be guaranteed. There will be no carry in learners as this is a new requirement. The Defence Medical Services are based throughout the UK, Germany and Cyprus. Servicemen/women are inducted onto their apprenticeship programmes during Phase 2 Training at the DMSTG in Lichfield. The Phase 2 training includes one or more clinical placements during which, the Contractor will be able to assess competence towards the apprenticeship qualification. The Contractor may be required to provide support to DMSTG in the administration of these clinical placements. Depending upon single Service or trade specialisation, learners undertake Advanced Apprenticeship programmes in Healthcare and delivery of Functional Skills takes place during the Phase 2 training. All Apprenticeships are completed in Field Units. For 2013/14 the estimated delivery is based upon a profile of 500 starts at Level 3. The RAMC aspires to the implementation of a Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship for the Combat Med Tech trade. Development work is under-way on a Higher Apprenticeship and, if successful, this may be adopted for some personnel in the RN or RAF. The Contractor must be prepared to participate in the development of this programme and undertake delivery of the qualification when introduced.

Wellington Barracks Medical and Dental Centre

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
Winner
Galliford Try Construction (UK) Limited
cpvs
45215120

Refurbishment of the medical and dental centre at Wellington Barracks London.

Helicopters, aeroplanes, spacecraft and other powered aircraft

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published December 14, 2016
Winner
AMREF Flying Doctors
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34710000, 85143000

British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) is responsible for providing training for the British Army and other forces to prepare units and battle groups for operations. An urgent requirement has been identified for the provision of aviation support to BATUK in the form of Medical Evacuation (Air MEDEVAC), Range Clearance Services and General Aviation Support Activities. A ground support requirement has also been identified in support of the Air MEDEVAC in the form of Ground MEDEVAC. A Bidders Conference will be held on the 8.6.2016 in Kenya. Prospective attendees should confirm their interest in attending this event no later than the 3.6.2016.

AIR MEDEVAC (Lot 1):

BATUK requires a capability to Air MEDEVAC injured or ill entitled personnel from point of injury to the nearest landing site to an appropriate medical treatment facility. This service is required to be available 24/7 on a 365 day basis, i.e. the service provider must be able to operate by day and by night.

Range Clearance & General Aviation Support (Lot 2):

BATUK require a capability to ensure that the training and range areas are clear of humans, livestock and wildlife prior to military exercises taking place. This requires aviation to carry UK MOD personnel and may involve landing in the training areas as required. This activity has to take place concurrently with the Air MEDEVAC requirement (Lot 1).

BATUK require a capability to undertake General Aviation Support activities which will include but is not limited to, troop movements and aerial reconnaissance. This support would be of secondary importance to the Range Clearance activity.

GROUND MEDEVAC (Lot 3):

BATUK require a capability to Ground MEDEVAC injured or ill entitled personnel, from an appropriate landing site to an appropriate medical treatment facility. This service is required to be available 24/7 on a 365 day basis. This activity has to take place concurrently with the Air MEDEVAC requirement.

Helicopters, aeroplanes, spacecraft and other powered aircraft

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published July 2, 2016  -  Deadline August 2, 2016
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British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) is responsible for providing training for the British Army and other forces to prepare units and battle groups for operations. An urgent requirement has been identified for the provision of aviation support to BATUK in the form of Medical Evacuation (Air MEDEVAC), Range Clearance Services and General Aviation Support Activities. A ground support requirement has also been identified in support of the Air MEDEVAC in the form of Ground MEDEVAC. A Bidders Conference will be held on the 8.6.2016 in Kenya. Prospective attendees should confirm their interest in attending this event no later than the 3.6.2016.

Helicopters, aeroplanes, spacecraft and other powered aircraft

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published July 9, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
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British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) is responsible for providing training for the British Army and other forces to prepare units and battle groups for operations. An urgent requirement has been identified for the provision of aviation support to BATUK in the form of Medical Evacuation (Air MEDEVAC), Range Clearance Services and General Aviation Support Activities. A ground support requirement has also been identified in support of the Air MEDEVAC in the form of Ground MEDEVAC. A Bidders Conference will be held on the 8.6.2016 in Kenya. Prospective attendees should confirm their interest in attending this event no later than the 3.6.2016.

Provision of Air & Ground MEDEVAC, Range Clearance and General Aviation Support to British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK)

 | Published May 29, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
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34710000

British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) is responsible for providing training for the British Army and other forces to prepare units and battle groups for operations. An urgent requirement has been identified for the provision of aviation support to BATUK in the form of Medical Evacuation (Air MEDEVAC), Range Clearance Services and General Aviation Support Activities. A ground support requirement has also been identified in support of the Air MEDEVAC in the form of Ground MEDEVAC. A Bidders Conference will be held on the 8th June 2016 in Kenya. Prospective attendees should confirm their interest in attending this event no later than the 3rd June 2016.

HQLF4A/004 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Spartan Hike Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence, C&C | Published February 20, 2015
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92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting an estimated 560 competitors (260 Alpine and 300 Nordic) and 40 Authority officials per year. The Contractor will be required to provide a Championship venue in a suitable location that is able to conduct both Alpine and Nordic competitions. The venue must be located on mainland Europe, no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. Championship dates are 11.1.- 21.1.2016 with Authority Officials dates, 9-23.1.2016, these dates are to be confirmed and dates may vary +/- 3 days for future option years if taken up. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency mountain rescue must be available. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m, biathlon range, including penalty loop. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championship planning and provide administrative support throughout. To facilitate this, the following must be provided: A race office with communications and broadband; two separate meeting venues; an indoor prize giving area for an estimated 600 personnel and full vehicle access to all accommodation, courses and the biathlon range. Accommodation requirements are: Competitors; self catering apartments for an estimated 560 personnel. Officials; full board accommodation for an estimated 40 personnel, alternatively self catering accommodation can be utilised providing there are cooking and dining facilities available to cater centrally.

HQLF4A/004 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Spartan Hike Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence | Published February 20, 2015
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92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting an estimated 560 competitors (260 Alpine and 300 Nordic) and 40 Authority officials per year. The Contractor will be required to provide a Championship venue in a suitable location that is able to conduct both Alpine and Nordic competitions. The venue must be located on mainland Europe, no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. Championship dates are 11.1.- 21.1.2016 with Authority Officials dates, 9-23.1.2016, these dates are to be confirmed and dates may vary +/- 3 days for future option years if taken up. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency mountain rescue must be available. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m, biathlon range, including penalty loop. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championship planning and provide administrative support throughout. To facilitate this, the following must be provided: A race office with communications and broadband; two separate meeting venues; an indoor prize giving area for an estimated 600 personnel and full vehicle access to all accommodation, courses and the biathlon range. Accommodation requirements are: Competitors; self catering apartments for an estimated 560 personnel. Officials; full board accommodation for an estimated 40 personnel, alternatively self catering accommodation can be utilised providing there are cooking and dining facilities available to cater centrally.

Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Spartan Hike Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence | Published August 5, 2015
Winner
Office de Tourisme de Serre Chevalier
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92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services The Authority has a requirement for a 1 Year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting an estimated 560 competitors (260 Alpine and 300 Nordic) and 40 Authority officials per year. The Contractor will be required to provide a Championship venue in a suitable location that is able to conduct both Alpine and Nordic competitions. The venue must be located on mainland Europe, no more than 1200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. Championship dates are 11 Jan to 21 Jan 16 with Authority Officials dates, 9-23.1.2016, these dates are To Be Confirmed and dates may vary +/- 3 days for future option years if taken up. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency mountain rescue must be available. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m, biathlon range, including penalty loop. Parking, waxing facilities, medical assistance, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championship planning and provide administrative support throughout. To facilitate this, the following must be provided: A race office with communications and broadband; two separate meeting venues; an indoor prize giving area for an estimated 600 personnel and full vehicle access to all accommodation, courses and the biathlon range. Accommodation requirements are: Competitors; self catering apartments for an estimated 560 personnel. Officials; full board accommodation for an estimated 40 personnel, alternatively self catering accommodation can be utilised providing there are cooking and dining facilities available to cater centrally. It is the Authority's intention to invite a maximum of 6 companies to tender based upon the 6 highest scoring Pre-Qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) received. At the Tender stage there will be a requirement for the Evaluation Team to visit the site to verify the evidence provided in Tender responses during the Tender Evaluation period. The total range and scope of the contract at section II.2.1 of this contract notice includes the estimated value of a 1 year contract together with the estimated value of the 3 option years. To be considered to be invited to tender for this requirement economic operators must complete the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

HQLF4A/006 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Pipedown Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence, C&C | Published February 21, 2015
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92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting up to an estimated 390 competitors and 40 Authority officials per year. The venue must be on Mainland Europe and no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross country and biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place, a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m target biathlon range, including penalty loop, waxing facilities, medical assistance, commentary, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments, store rooms and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. Championship dates are 9-18.1.2016 with Officials arriving 7th January and departing on 20th January, and teams arriving on the morning of 9th January and departing on 19th January, these dates are to be confirmed and dates may vary +/- 5 days for future option years if taken up. There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championships planning and provide; a full results service; self catering accommodation for an estimated 390 competitors; self catering accommodation for an estimated 40 officials with provision to cater centrally (cooking and dining facilities); a race office with communications and broadband; a venue for an outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 360 personnel; full access to ranges, stadium facilities and courses; and emergency mountain rescue.

HQLF4A/006 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Pipedown Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence | Published February 21, 2015
cpvs
92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting up to an estimated 390 competitors and 40 Authority officials per year. The venue must be on Mainland Europe and no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross country and biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place, a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m target biathlon range, including penalty loop, waxing facilities, medical assistance, commentary, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments, store rooms and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. Championship dates are 9-18.1.2016 with Officials arriving 7th January and departing on 20th January, and teams arriving on the morning of 9th January and departing on 19th January, these dates are to be confirmed and dates may vary +/- 5 days for future option years if taken up. There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championships planning and provide; a full results service; self catering accommodation for an estimated 390 competitors; self catering accommodation for an estimated 40 officials with provision to cater centrally (cooking and dining facilities); a race office with communications and broadband; a venue for an outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 360 personnel; full access to ranges, stadium facilities and courses; and emergency mountain rescue.

Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Pipedown Events 2016-2019.

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Other | Published September 11, 2015
Winner
Les Contamines Tourisme
cpvs
92622000

Sports event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting up to an estimated 390 competitors and 40 Authority Officials per year. The venue must be on Mainland Europe and no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross-Country and Biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place, a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event, which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable Cross-Country Ski Courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50 m target biathlon range, including penalty loop, waxing facilities, medical assistance, commentary, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments, store rooms and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross-Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event, which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. Championship dates are 9.1.2016-18.1.2016 with Officials arriving 7 January and departing on 20 January, and teams arriving on the morning of 9 January and departing on 19 January, these dates are To Be Confirmed and dates may vary +/- 5 days for future option years, if taken up. There will be a requirement to conduct PreChampionships Planning and provide a full results service; self catering accommodation for an estimated 390 competitors; self catering accommodation for an estimated 40 officials with provision to cater centrally (cooking and dining facilities); a race office with communications and broadband; a venue for an outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 360 personnel; full access to ranges, stadium facilities and courses; and emergency mountain rescue. It is the Authority's intention to invite a maximum of 6 companies to tender based upon the 6 highest scoring Pre Qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) received. At the Tender stage there will be a requirement for the Evaluation Team to visit the site to verify the evidence provided in Tender responses during the Tender Evaluation period. The total range and scope of the contract at Section II.2.1) of this contract notice includes the estimated value of a 1 year contract together with the estimated value of the 3 option years. To be considered to be invited to tender for this requirement economic operators must complete the Pre Qualification Questionnaire.

Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Pipedown Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence | Published December 13, 2014  -  Deadline January 8, 2015
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92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 Year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of venue, services and facilities for Alpine and Nordic competitions hosting up to an estimated 390 competitors and 40 Authority officials per year. The venue must be on Mainland Europe and no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours from an international airport and have good local train and bus links. Alpine, Cross country and biathlon competitions must be within the same locality. The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race. If weather conditions such as poor visibility, high winds or lack of snow prevent an event from taking place, a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. The Nordic competition must be held on suitable cross country ski courses that meet FIS and International Biathlon Union (IBU) standards with a dedicated biathlon facility that meets IBU standards for safety and competition. The biathlon competition must have a 30 lane, 50m target biathlon range, including penalty loop, waxing facilities, medical assistance, commentary, snow making facilities, timing, toilets, refreshments, store rooms and emergency medical evacuation must be available. If weather conditions are poor such as lack of snow and poor visibility then Cross Country and Biathlon competitions must have a minimum of a 5 km loop available. If this is not possible a reserve location is to be provided by the Contractor in time to deliver the event; which must be within 45 minutes driving time from the primary resort. Championship dates are 9-18.1.2016 with Officials arriving 7 January and departing on 20 January, and teams arriving on the morning of 9 January and departing on 19 January, these dates are To Be Confirmed and dates may vary +/- 5 days for future option years if taken up. There will be a requirement to conduct pre-championships planning and provide; a full results service; self catering accommodation for an estimated 390 competitors; self catering accommodation for an estimated 40 officials with provision to cater centrally (cooking and dining facilities); a race office with communications and broadband; a venue for an outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 360 personnel; full access to ranges, stadium facilities and courses; and emergency mountain rescue. It is the Authority's intention to invite a maximum of 6 companies to tender based upon the 6 highest scoring Pre-Qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) received. At the Tender stage there will be a requirement for the Evaluation Team to visit the site to verify the evidence provided in Tender responses during the Tender Evaluation period. The total range and scope of the contract at section II.2.1 of this contract notice includes the estimated value of a 1 year contract together with the estimated value of the 3 option years. To be considered to be invited to tender for this requirement economic operators must complete the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.

HQLF4A/005 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Rucksack Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence, C&C | Published February 20, 2015
cpvs
92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. Provision of a venue and facilities for Exercise RUCKSACK, the GBR army and inter-service cross country and biathlon ski championships for 200 athletes and 40 officials. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of a cross country and biathlon championship venue with a biathlon stadium and range, which must be on mainland Europe, no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours flight time from London and have good local train and bus links to the Stadium. The biathlon Stadium and Range must be an International Biathlon Union (IBU) ‘A’ licence facility that hosts world cup and/or world championship biathlon events, on the IBU race calendar. The biathlon stadium and range must have a 30 lane, 50 m, electronic target, biathlon range which is available for training 3 days prior to the 1st race and for the duration of the championships. The contractor is to provide full access to the biathlon stadium and range which must have a minimum of a 5 km loop with floodlights, snow cannon and stockpiles of snow; with the ability to maintain the loop to FIS and IBU racing standards, if snow conditions are poor. On range emergency mountain rescue is to be provided for each race. The Contractor will be required to arrange and manage accommodation for 2 800 bed nights for competitors in local self-catering apartments within 5 km of the Race Office and 450 bed nights B&B for Authority Officials in local hotels within 800 m of the Race Office. A Biathlon Race Office (with telephone communications and broadband) is to be provided, central to the Venue and within 800 m of all Hotels used by Championships Officials and Visitors. The contractor is to produce a compilation of seeded race start lists and deliver a complete results service in accordance with Army Winter Sports Association (AWSA) Race Rules. A FIS Technical Delegate, IBU Technical Delegate and Chief of Course for all Cross Country and Biathlon races are to be provided by the contractor. They must speak fluent English. One Range Team (x 12 personnel) to manage the electronic targetry is to be provided by the contractor and an IBU Range Referee who must speak fluent English. A waxing facility, medical facility, commentary room, refreshment and store rooms is to be provided by the contractor with outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 250 personnel in a location central to the Venue. Championship dates are 20.1.-5.2.2016 with Authority Officials arriving 18.1.2016. These dates will vary +/- 5 days for future option years if taken up.

HQLF4A/005 Provision of Services and Facilities for Exercise Rucksack Events 2016-19.

Ministry of Defence | Published February 20, 2015
cpvs
92622000

Sports-event organisation services. Recreational, cultural and sporting services. Provision of a venue and facilities for Exercise RUCKSACK, the GBR army and inter-service cross country and biathlon ski championships for 200 athletes and 40 officials. The Authority has a requirement for a 1 year contract with options for a further 3 years for the provision of a cross country and biathlon championship venue with a biathlon stadium and range, which must be on mainland Europe, no more than 1 200 km from Calais, no further than 2 hours flight time from London and have good local train and bus links to the Stadium. The biathlon Stadium and Range must be an International Biathlon Union (IBU) ‘A’ licence facility that hosts world cup and/or world championship biathlon events, on the IBU race calendar. The biathlon stadium and range must have a 30 lane, 50 m, electronic target, biathlon range which is available for training 3 days prior to the 1st race and for the duration of the championships. The contractor is to provide full access to the biathlon stadium and range which must have a minimum of a 5 km loop with floodlights, snow cannon and stockpiles of snow; with the ability to maintain the loop to FIS and IBU racing standards, if snow conditions are poor. On range emergency mountain rescue is to be provided for each race. The Contractor will be required to arrange and manage accommodation for 2 800 bed nights for competitors in local self-catering apartments within 5 km of the Race Office and 450 bed nights B&B for Authority Officials in local hotels within 800 m of the Race Office. A Biathlon Race Office (with telephone communications and broadband) is to be provided, central to the Venue and within 800 m of all Hotels used by Championships Officials and Visitors. The contractor is to produce a compilation of seeded race start lists and deliver a complete results service in accordance with Army Winter Sports Association (AWSA) Race Rules. A FIS Technical Delegate, IBU Technical Delegate and Chief of Course for all Cross Country and Biathlon races are to be provided by the contractor. They must speak fluent English. One Range Team (x 12 personnel) to manage the electronic targetry is to be provided by the contractor and an IBU Range Referee who must speak fluent English. A waxing facility, medical facility, commentary room, refreshment and store rooms is to be provided by the contractor with outdoor (standing) and indoor (seated) prize giving for 250 personnel in a location central to the Venue. Championship dates are 20.1.-5.2.2016 with Authority Officials arriving 18.1.2016. These dates will vary +/- 5 days for future option years if taken up.

Army Basing Project — Works and Services (Salisbury Plain Training Area and Aldershot).

Ministry of Defence | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Aspire Defence Limited
cpvs
79993000

Building and facilities management services. Building and Facilities Management Services — Army Basing Project (Salisbury Plain Training Area and Aldershot). The construction of new assets and reconfigurations to house the Troops returning in 2019 as part of the Army Basing Project and the subsequent increase in the services to the DIO Estate. As a result of Army 2020, the overarching requirement for the Army Basing Programme, including the withdrawal of troops from Germany, will result in the rationalisation and optimisation of the Defence Estate through co-locating Army Brigades onto the existing Ministry of Defence (‘MoD’) sites at Larkhill, Tidworth, Bulford, Perham Down and Aldershot (‘the Sites’). The Management and Service Provision of the Sites is currently provided by Aspire Defence Limited (‘ADL’) through the Project Allenby Connaught (‘PAC’) PFI Contract. The scope of the Army Basing Programme requirement covers the provision of living, dining, office, medical, training and technical facilities and the subsequent service provision such as through life maintenance of facilities, catering, cleaning, stores and transport services. The provision of Service Families Accommodation (‘SFA’) is excluded. The total area for development, construction and service provision is within the existing PAC PFI footprint. The DIO Army Basing Team, part of the UK MoD, intends to negotiate with Aspire Defence Ltd and award an amendment to the PAC PFI Contract for the Army Basing requirement, subject to negotiation and gaining the necessary internal approvals. The UK MoD believes that it may modify the PAC PFI Contract with Aspire Defence Ltd for additional works and services in accordance with Article 72(1)(b) and Article 72(1)(c) of Directive 2014/24/EU (Regulation 72(1)(b) and Regulation 72(1)(c) of the UK Public Contracts Regulations 2015); modification of contracts during their term. Article 72(1)(b) (Regulation 72(1)(b)): additional works and services have become necessary due to the Army Basing Programme which includes the withdrawal of troops from Germany and the co-location of Army Brigades onto the existing MoD Sites at Larkhill, Tidworth, Bulford, Perham Down and Aldershot currently managed under the PAC PFI Contract with Aspire Defence Ltd. At the time of the award of the original PAC PFI Contract in 2006 there was no foreseeable need to withdraw troops from Germany by 2019 and rebase them in the UK. Whilst the Army Basing requirement is being delivered, the sites must remain operational to minimise disruption to Army effectiveness. ADL is already contractually responsible for the effective management of the PAC sites. A change of contractor cannot be made for technical or economic reasons due to the interoperability with existing installations procured under the initial procurement. Delivery of the Army Basing requirement through a new contractor, separate from the PAC PFI Contract but within the existing densely populated PAC sites would cause significant inconvenience [and substantial duplication of costs] to the UK MoD due to the following technical and economic reasons: — creation of ‘interface risk’ involving the transfer of the risk and associated costs to the UK MoD in respect of availability of site and facilities and damage to the estate; — potential for disruption and delay to the Army Basing requirement — resulting in no accommodation or facilities being available to the returning troops in 2019; — restricted access to site and onsite support and ability to manage ‘rattle’. The amendment to the PAC PFI Contract does not exceed 50 % of the value of the original contract. Article 72(1)(c) (Regulation 72(1)(c)): (i) the need for the modification of the PAC PFI Contract has been brought about by circumstances which the UK MoD could not have foreseen. At the time of the award of the original PAC PFI Contract in 2006, there was no foreseeable need to withdraw troops from Germany by 2019 and rebase them in the UK. (ii) the modification does not alter the overall nature of the PAC PFI Contract and (iii) the increase in price does not exceed 50 % of the value of the original contract. It should be noted that that there will be significant sub-contract opportunities for the construction elements of the Army Rebasing Project that ADL will manage under competitive arrangements. Further detail on this is in Section V.5).

Army Basing Project — Works and Services (Salisbury Plain Training Area and Aldershot).

Ministry of Defence, Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Aspire Defence Limited
cpvs
79993000

Building and facilities management services. Building and Facilities Management Services — Army Basing Project (Salisbury Plain Training Area and Aldershot). The construction of new assets and reconfigurations to house the Troops returning in 2019 as part of the Army Basing Project and the subsequent increase in the services to the DIO Estate. As a result of Army 2020, the overarching requirement for the Army Basing Programme, including the withdrawal of troops from Germany, will result in the rationalisation and optimisation of the Defence Estate through co-locating Army Brigades onto the existing Ministry of Defence (‘MoD’) sites at Larkhill, Tidworth, Bulford, Perham Down and Aldershot (‘the Sites’). The Management and Service Provision of the Sites is currently provided by Aspire Defence Limited (‘ADL’) through the Project Allenby Connaught (‘PAC’) PFI Contract. The scope of the Army Basing Programme requirement covers the provision of living, dining, office, medical, training and technical facilities and the subsequent service provision such as through life maintenance of facilities, catering, cleaning, stores and transport services. The provision of Service Families Accommodation (‘SFA’) is excluded. The total area for development, construction and service provision is within the existing PAC PFI footprint. The DIO Army Basing Team, part of the UK MoD, intends to negotiate with Aspire Defence Ltd and award an amendment to the PAC PFI Contract for the Army Basing requirement, subject to negotiation and gaining the necessary internal approvals. The UK MoD believes that it may modify the PAC PFI Contract with Aspire Defence Ltd for additional works and services in accordance with Article 72(1)(b) and Article 72(1)(c) of Directive 2014/24/EU (Regulation 72(1)(b) and Regulation 72(1)(c) of the UK Public Contracts Regulations 2015); modification of contracts during their term. Article 72(1)(b) (Regulation 72(1)(b)): additional works and services have become necessary due to the Army Basing Programme which includes the withdrawal of troops from Germany and the co-location of Army Brigades onto the existing MoD Sites at Larkhill, Tidworth, Bulford, Perham Down and Aldershot currently managed under the PAC PFI Contract with Aspire Defence Ltd. At the time of the award of the original PAC PFI Contract in 2006 there was no foreseeable need to withdraw troops from Germany by 2019 and rebase them in the UK. Whilst the Army Basing requirement is being delivered, the sites must remain operational to minimise disruption to Army effectiveness. ADL is already contractually responsible for the effective management of the PAC sites. A change of contractor cannot be made for technical or economic reasons due to the interoperability with existing installations procured under the initial procurement. Delivery of the Army Basing requirement through a new contractor, separate from the PAC PFI Contract but within the existing densely populated PAC sites would cause significant inconvenience [and substantial duplication of costs] to the UK MoD due to the following technical and economic reasons: — creation of ‘interface risk’ involving the transfer of the risk and associated costs to the UK MoD in respect of availability of site and facilities and damage to the estate; — potential for disruption and delay to the Army Basing requirement — resulting in no accommodation or facilities being available to the returning troops in 2019; — restricted access to site and onsite support and ability to manage ‘rattle’. The amendment to the PAC PFI Contract does not exceed 50 % of the value of the original contract. Article 72(1)(c) (Regulation 72(1)(c)): (i) the need for the modification of the PAC PFI Contract has been brought about by circumstances which the UK MoD could not have foreseen. At the time of the award of the original PAC PFI Contract in 2006, there was no foreseeable need to withdraw troops from Germany by 2019 and rebase them in the UK. (ii) the modification does not alter the overall nature of the PAC PFI Contract and (iii) the increase in price does not exceed 50 % of the value of the original contract. It should be noted that that there will be significant sub-contract opportunities for the construction elements of the Army Rebasing Project that ADL will manage under competitive arrangements. Further detail on this is in Section V.5).
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