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Medical gases

East of England NHS Collaborative Hub | Published December 23, 2016
Winner
SOL SpA
cpvs
24111500

Supply of medical gases in cylinders (and refills) including cylinder tracking and delivery. Primarily for use by United Kingdom Ambulance Trusts, however other eligible bodies may utilise it.

Supply of medical gases in cylinders (and refills) including cylinder tracking and delivery.

Supply of Medical Gases in Cylinders

EAST OF ENGLAND NHS COLLABORATIVE PROCUREMENT HUB | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
cpvs
24111000

Supply of Medical Gases in Cylinders (and refills) including cylinder tracking and delivery. Primarily for United Kingdom Ambulance Trusts, however other eligible bodes may utilise it.

Supply of Medical Gases in Cylinders

East Of England NHS Collaborative Hub | Published May 3, 2016
cpvs
24111500

Supply of Medical Gases in Cylinders (and refills) including cylinder tracking and delivery. Primarily for United Kingdom Ambulance Trusts, however other eligible bodes may utilise it.

Medical consumables

East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub | Published February 11, 2017
cpvs
33140000, 33141620, 33190000, 33698000

Manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) is a suction technique which utilises self-created vacuum to aspirate products of conception from the uterine cavity. Does not include Pharmacy items.

Each year a typical hospital spends 10's of £ millions on clinical consumables. The procurement and supply of these items is a vital component in treating a patient in the hospital environment. The contracting authority is seeking to appoint a supplier or multiple suppliers which can supply Manual Vacuum Aspiration consumables to any or all of the following — any NHS Trust-any other NHS entity and any government department agency or other statutory body. Full details of those contracting authorities who may be able to use the goods and services procured by the contracting authority will be set out in the contract notice. The contracting authority is seeking expressions of interest in writing from the market place in response to this PIN. All expression of interest are to be made via email to Nawaz.habib@eoecph.nhs.uk Following receipt of expression of interest, we shall organise meetings with interested parties to help inform our procurement strategy for this market area.

Primary Care GP Caretaking Services for Dogsthorpe Medical Centre and Burghley Road (branch site) in Peterborough - NHS England Midlands and East (East)

N E L Commissioning Support Unit | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
cpvs
85100000

NHS England Midlands and East (East) (the Contracting Authority) is seeking to identify suitable providers of Primary Care GP Caretaking Services to undertake a GP caretaking contract in Peterborough for Dogsthorpe Medical Centre and Burghley Road (branch site). The contract let as a result of this procurement will have an initial duration of one year (12 months) followed by an optional extension period of 0.5 years (6 months). Therefore if all extension options are used, the maximum (extended) contract period will be 1.5 years (18 months). The required start date for the new services is 1st October 2016. All submissions will be evaluated using the scoring criteria which is contained within the published tender documentation. All correspondence relating to this procurement throughout all stages of the process must be managed through the Arden & GEM CSU eTendering Procurement Portal Bravo only. Bids are only accepted via the Arden & GEM CSU eTendering Procurement Portal Bravo. The deadline for clarification questions to be received on the procurement portal, Bravo, is 22nd August 2016 at 12:00 (noon). The deadline for tenders to be received is 30th August 2016 at 12:00 (noon). Details on how to register for the procurement portal and this opportunity are contained within “Additional Information” below. There is a financial threshold applicable to the procurement. Bids above £125.00 per patient will not be accepted. Dates, deadlines and contract values shown above are subject to amendment by the Contracting Authority. Please register on the portal and express and interest in the opportunity to receive updates via the portal for this project.

Oxygen

East Of England NHS Collaborative Hub | Published October 1, 2016
Winner
Air Products PLC
cpvs
24111900

Supply of medical liquid oxygen to trust sites outside of the East of England region, Thames Valley and Wessex region and South-East Coast England region.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Non Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group | Published October 15, 2015
cpvs
34114122, 60130000, 85100000

The service will deliver an appropriate, dignified and safe NePTS to patients, ensuring all eligible patients are able to travel to and from the community or acute healthcare setting in a timely manner, without adverse impact on their medical condition.

CIMR 14/03 Provision of Refectory Service to a medium sized research building in Cambridge.

The University of Cambridge | Published December 24, 2014
Winner
Uppercrusts Catering Services Ltd
cpvs
55330000

The UNiversity is seeking a provider of refectory services more specifically detailed in the Invitation to Tender document that may be downloaded from In-Tend. The Wellcome Trust/MRC Building is a seven storey building situated on the Addenbrooke's Hospital Campus on the outskirts of Cambridge and provides state of the art research facilities to the University of Cambridge's Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR) and the Medical Research Council's Mitochondrial Biology Unit (MRC-MBU). A lounge/Refectory of approximately 130 covers is situated on Level 7 of the building, with a kitchen/servery providing basic food and refreshment for approximately 450-500 staff and visitors daily.

Framework for Out of School Tuition.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
Wey Education
cpvs
80000000

This Framework is for the provision of education for young people outside of a traditional school environment. Referrals will be made for: Children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs (SSEN)/ Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs); Primary aged pupils who have been permanently excluded or those with long term medical needs, not inpatient in hospital, and; Children that are looked after under Section 20 and Section 31 of the Children Act.

Framework for Out of School Tuition.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
80000000

This Framework is for the provision of education for young people outside of a traditional school environment. Referrals will be made for: children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs (SSEN)/ Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs); primary aged pupils who have been permanently excluded or those with long term medical needs, not inpatient in hospital, and; children that are looked after under Section 20 and Section 31 of the Children Act.

UCAM 104/16 Design, supply and installation of audio visual facilities at the Clinical School of Med

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
Absolute Audio Visual Solutions Ltd
cpvs
32320000

This project is part of the extensive refurbishment and remodelling of the School of Clinical Medicine, at the University of Cambridge. The completed project will provide office, meeting and training facilities for the staff and students of the School of Clinical Medicine and for outside users, such as the NHS. The project is located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, south of Trumpington Road, next to Addenbrooke's hospital. The guiding principle of the refurbishment works is the adoption of environmentally sustainable principles and the use of appropriate materials for the works in general. This project aims have two installation phases, the first commencing on 28.3.2017, ending before or on 30.4.2017 and the second phase to be started and completed during April or May 2017. The seminar rooms will be the first phase and eLearning will be the second. The latter is subject to change and we hope to confirm an installation date in January 2017. The project occupants include: — Medical Students, — Graduate Students, — Clinical School Staff, — NHS Staff, — NHS students. The expected occupancy number is in excess of 250 students and staff.

UCAM 104/16 Design, supply and installation of audio visual facilities at the Clinical School of Medicine

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 10, 2017
cpvs
32320000

This project is part of the extensive refurbishment and remodelling of the School of Clinical Medicine, at the University of Cambridge.

The completed project will provide office, meeting and training facilities for the staff and students of the School of Clinical Medicine and for outside users, such as the NHS.

The project is located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, south of Trumpington Road, next to Addenbrooke's hospital.

The guiding principle of the refurbishment works is the adoption of environmentally sustainable principles and the use of appropriate materials for the works in general.

This project aims have two installation phases, the first commencing on 28.3.2017, ending before or on 30.4.2017 and the second phase to be started and completed during April or May 2017. The seminar rooms will be the first phase and eLearning will be the second. The latter is subject to change and we hope to confirm an installation date in January 2017.

The project occupants include:

Medical Students.

— Graduate Students.

— Clinical School Staff.

— NHS Staff.

— NHS students.

The expected occupancy number is in excess of 250 students and staff.

UCAM 104/16 Design, supply and installation of audio visual facilities at the Clinical School of Med

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 10, 2017
cpvs
32320000

This project is part of the extensive refurbishment and remodelling of the School of Clinical Medicine, at the University of Cambridge.

The completed project will provide office, meeting and training facilities for the staff and students of the School of Clinical Medicine and for outside users, such as the NHS.

The project is located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, south of Trumpington Road, next to Addenbrooke's hospital.

The guiding principle of the refurbishment works is the adoption of environmentally sustainable principles and the use of appropriate materials for the works in general.

This project aims have two installation phases, the first commencing on 28.3.2017, ending before or on 30.4.2017 and the second phase to be started and completed during April or May 2017. The seminar rooms will be the first phase and eLearning will be the second. The latter is subject to change and we hope to confirm an installation date in January 2017.

The project occupants include:

Medical Students.

— Graduate Students.

— Clinical School Staff.

— NHS Staff.

— NHS students.

The expected occupancy number is in excess of 250 students and staff.

UCAM 104/16 Design, supply and installation of audio visual facilities at the Clinical School of Medicine

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
Absolute Audio Visual Solutions Ltd
cpvs
32320000

This project is part of the extensive refurbishment and remodelling of the School of Clinical Medicine, at the University of Cambridge.

The completed project will provide office, meeting and training facilities for the staff and students of the School of Clinical Medicine and for outside users, such as the NHS.

The project is located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, south of Trumpington Road, next to Addenbrooke's hospital.

The guiding principle of the refurbishment works is the adoption of environmentally sustainable principles and the use of appropriate materials for the works in general.

This project aims have two installation phases, the first commencing on 28.3.2017, ending before or on 30.4.2017 and the second phase to be started and completed during April or May 2017. The seminar rooms will be the first phase and eLearning will be the second. The latter is subject to change and we hope to confirm an installation date in January 2017.

The project occupants include:

Medical Students,

— Graduate Students,

— Clinical School Staff,

— NHS Staff,

— NHS students.

The expected occupancy number is in excess of 250 students and staff.

SLM Equipment.

TWI Ltd | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 7, 2016
cpvs
42000000

This specification will outline our requirements for a Research and Development, and production capable SLM machine. The SLM machine will be used to manufacture parts to be used within a variety of industries, such as medical and aerospace. Parts will be manufactured from both commercially available and developmental powders and therefore, system flexibility and operator access for process parameter development is a key requirement. In-line monitoring and control of the melt pool is also required. TWI is one of the world's foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in solving problems in all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management technologies. Established in Cambridge, UK in 1946 and with facilities across the globe, the company has a first class reputation for service through its teams of internationally respected consultants, scientists, engineers and support staffs, whose knowledge and expertise are available to its Industrial Members as and when they require. The initiative is funded by AMSCI to assist in developing and commissioning a unique, large-scale UK capability to supply clean powders suitable for Additive Manufacturing across a range of compositions to ensure reliable machine builds and component performance and to purchase equipment to be used in the facility. All equipment must be accepted on the TWI Sheffield by 30.11.2018 at the latest. Please ensure that an annotated copy of the specification stating compliance or non compliance against each point is included in your tender response.

UK SBS SSAFM17115 MRC Elsie Laboratory Cleaning Service

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
Winner
Atkins Gregory Ltd
cpvs
39000000

The MRC Elsie WIddowson Laboratory has been formally notified of its closure. Work within the unit will cease at the end of December 2018 and the building will officially close 31st March 2019. The closure is happening in a phased way with various groups transferring out to alternative host institutions in advance of December 2018. . . This is a cleaning service to MRC Elsie Widdowson Laboratory which comprises routine cleaning of office, laboratory and volunteer medical examination space.

SLM Equipment

TWI Ltd | Published October 4, 2016
Winner
EOS GmbH Electrical Optical Systems
cpvs
42000000

This specification will outline our requirements for a Research and Development, and production capable SLM machine.

The SLM machine will be used to manufacture parts to be used within a variety of industries, such as medical and aerospace. Parts will be manufactured from both commercially available and developmental powders and therefore, system flexibility and operator access for process parameter development is a key requirement. In-line monitoring and control of the melt pool is also required.

TWI is 1 of the world's foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in solving problems in all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management technologies.

Established in Cambridge, UK in 1946 and with facilities across the globe, the company has a 1st class reputation for service through its teams of internationally respected consultants, scientists, engineers and support staffs, whose knowledge and expertise are available to its Industrial Members as and when they require.

The initiative is funded by AMSCI to assist in developing and commissioning a unique, large-scale UK capability to supply clean powders suitable for Additive Manufacturing across a range of compositions to ensure reliable machine builds and component performance and to purchase equipment to be used in the facility. All equipment must be accepted on the TWI Sheffield by 30.11.2018 at the latest.

Please ensure that an annotated copy of the specification stating compliance or non compliance against each point is included in your tender response.

SLM Equipment.

TWI Ltd | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
cpvs
42000000

This specification will outline our requirements for a Research and Development, and production capable SLM machine.

The SLM machine will be used to manufacture parts to be used within a variety of industries, such as medical and aerospace. Parts will be manufactured from both commercially available and developmental powders and therefore, system flexibility and operator access for process parameter development is a key requirement. In-line monitoring and control of the melt pool is also required.

TWI is one of the world's foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in solving problems in all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management technologies.

Established in Cambridge, UK in 1946 and with facilities across the globe, the company has a first class reputation for service through its teams of internationally respected consultants, scientists, engineers and support staffs, whose knowledge and expertise are available to its Industrial Members as and when they require.

The initiative is funded by AMSCI to assist in developing and commissioning a unique, large-scale UK capability to supply clean powders suitable for Additive Manufacturing across a range of compositions to ensure reliable machine builds and component performance and to purchase equipment to be used in the facility. All equipment must be accepted on the TWI Sheffield by 30.11.2018 at the latest.

Please ensure that an annotated copy of the specification stating compliance or non compliance against each point is included in your tender response.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
cpvs
34114122, 60130000, 85140000

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG invites suitably qualified and experienced providers of Non Emergency Patient Transport Services to tender for the provision of this service to the population of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Details of the tender, including all relevant documentation is available via the CCGs online procurement portal, details for which are provided in the Contact Details section of this advert (internet addresses).

This procurement exercise will take place under an open, fair and transparent procurement process. The process is designed to allow all potential providers or consortia, the opportunity to demonstrate approaches by which they would deliver safe, reliable and cost-effective patient transport services to eligible patients in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area. The eligibility of patients for this service is determined by the Department of Health and local Eligibility Criteria.

The key strategic objectives of the procurement and subsequent service to be delivered are to:

— Satisfy CCG's responsibility for the provision of suitable transport for eligible patients.

— Ensure patients equity of access to healthcare.

— Deliver measureable improvements in patient experience.

— Obtain best value for money.

Non Emergency Patient Transport Services comprises the movement of patients whose condition is not considered an ‘emergency’ between patients' homes, hospitals, community settings or other treatment centres, for people referred for consultations, treatments or procedures. This can and should encompass a wide range of vehicle types and levels of care consistent with the patients' medical need(s).

This contract will commence on 1.9.2016 and will be let for five years. The contract is anticipated to be valued at approx GBP 6 000 000 per annum.

Cafe Concession at The Clay Farm Centre

CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
cpvs
15000000

As part of the new Clay Farm Centre development, Cambridge City Council is inviting tenders for a Café Concession. The Centre is a prestigious new building comprising of community facilities, library and café with a medical centre on the second floor and residential accommodation above. The centre will overlook the new Hobson Square and forms part of the southern fringe development. The centre will serve 3800 new homes as well as residents in the existing Trumpington village. Accommodation The cafe comprises of a fitted kitchen and servery with seating for approximately 31 in the seating area with the option to use the patio area outside. There is additional seating in the communal areas on the ground and first floors.