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Medical Health Provisions for Surrey Police Custody Centres

Surrey Police | Published April 15, 2011  -  Deadline May 23, 2011
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85000000

Surrey Police are seeking Expressions of Interest from appropriate organisations capable of delivering an innovative, economically advantageous and safe Medical Health Provisions to Surrey Police Custody Centres. Surrey has four Custody Centres within the force area; the combined number of detainees per annum is approximately 20,000. At present there are 70 cells force wide with plans to increase this number to 82. The four Custody Centres are located within: • Guildford Borough • Reigate & Banstead Borough • Spelthorne Borough • Woking Borough Surrey Police covers an area of approximately 642 Square miles, with a population of 1.1 million people. The aim of this contract is to provide a 24 hour/7 day a week Medical Health Provision to persons using the custody facilities at any of the four Custody Centres, thus ensuring Surrey Police adhere to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and the Safer Detention & Handling of Persons in Police Custody Manual 2006 in relation to persons detained. To cater for their physical, medical, mental health issues and forensic investigation requirements, with occasional field forensic duties, the following services may be required: • Single Point of Contact for any Service Required • Telephone Advice • Paramedic Response • Attendance of Qualified Nurse • Attendance of Qualified Doctor  

Flow Cytometer — 4 Laser Cell Sorter

University of Surrey | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline November 29, 2016
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31000000

Purchase of a Flow Cytometer- 4 Laser Cell Sorter.

Outline of Requirements

The University of Surrey has awarded the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences 421 000 GBP inclusive of all local UK taxes, to purchase a new cell sorter for the Bio-imaging Core Facility.

The University of Surrey is looking to purchase a 4 Laser Cell Sorter via a competitive tendering Open procedure following the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

Ideally, all the equipment must be made available, installed and commissioned by the 30.4.2017. Should the preferred supplier default on the contract for whatever reason, the University reserves the right to award the contract to the 2nd preferred supplier and so on and so forth.

All Output and Input Data shall remain under the control of the University and shall not be distributed without written consent from the University of Surrey.

Design and Build Principle Contractor for Construction of New STEM (Science Technology, Engineering

University of Surrey | Published December 20, 2014  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
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45214000, 45214400, 45214610

The University of Surrey intends to expand its Faculties of Engineering and Physical Studies and Health and Medical Sciences which will involve the construction of one new academic building on its Stag Hill campus in Guildford. The building will contain Laboratories, Communal Areas, Offices and general support space for the unit. The total floor area of the 3 floors will be around 2 300 m² with a construction value of around 5 300 000 GBP. Construction is intended to commence in July 2015 with completion of the building by May 2016. This particular requirement is for the provision of a design and build principal contractor. After the return of pre-qualification questionnaires (PQQs) referred to in this Notice, a short-list of suitably qualified contractors will be drawn-up by the University based on the criteria detailed in the PQQ. The selection of the contractor for the Project will be based on the result of a competitive tender for design and build works, together with the evaluation of other criteria which will be detailed in the Invitation to Tender document made available to the short-listed contractors.

Design and Build Principle Contractor for Construction of New STEM Teaching Centre.

University of Surrey | Published October 20, 2015
Winner
Gilbert-Ash Ltd
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45214000, 45214400, 45214610

The University of Surrey intends to expand its Faculties of Engineering and Physical Sciences, and Health and Medical Sciences, which will involve the construction of 1 new academic building on its Stag Hill Campus in Guildford. The building will contain Laboratories, Communal Areas, Offices and general support space for the unit. The total floor area of the 3 floors will be around 2 300 m² with a construction value of around 5 300 000 GBP. Construction is intended to commence in September 2015 with completion of the building in August 2016. This particular requirement is for the provision of a design and build principal contractor. Previously advertised under reference 2015/S 246-433202. After the return of the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) referred to in this Notice a shortlist (envisaged at 5) of suitably qualified contractors will be drawn up by the University based on the criteria detailed in the PQQ. The selection of the contractor for the Project will be based on the results of a competitive tender for design and build work, together with the evaluation of other criteria which will be detailed in the Invitation to Tender documents made available to the short listed contractors.

Design and Build Principle Contractor for Construction of New STEM Teaching Centre.

University of Surrey | Published March 13, 2015  -  Deadline April 8, 2015
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45214000, 45214400, 45214610

The University of Surrey intends to expand its Faculties of Engineering and Physical Sciences, and Health and Medical Sciences, which will involve the construction of one new academic building on its Stag Hill Campus in Guildford. The building will contain Laboratories, Communal Areas, Offices and general support space for the unit. The total floor area of the three floors will be around 2 300 m² with a construction value of around 5 300 000 GBP. Construction is intended to commence in September 2015 with completion of the building in August 2016. This particular requirement is for the provision of a design and build principal contractor. Previously advertised under reference 2015/S 246-433202 After the return of the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) referred to in this Notice a short-list (envisaged at 5) of suitably qualified contractors will be drawn up by the University based on the criteria detailed in the PQQ. The selection of the contractor for the Project will be based on the results of a competitive tender for design and build work, together with the evaluation of other criteria which will be detailed in the Invitation to Tender documents made available to the short listed contractors.

Portable Multiple Camera Network, Storage and Processing Systems.

University of Surrey | Published March 3, 2016
Winner
Vicon Motion Systems Ltd
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32330000, 32322000, 32333000

The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), is a world-leader in video-based reconstruction of people. Over the past 15 years CVSSP Visual Media Research Group, led by Prof. Adrian Hilton, has pioneered the field of 4D vision using multiple camera networks to enable the accurate, non-contact measurement of dynamic non-rigid surface shape and motion from video. This technology has been extensively exploited by the UK creative industries (film, TV, games, fashion) through collaborative research enabling the creation of Digital Doubles of actor performance. Technology transfer has resulted in licensing, spin-out companies and a number of Innovation Awards including 2 EU ICT Innovation Awards and a technical OSCAR. CVSSP has also pioneered the use of 4D vision in medical applications to correct for breathing during MRI scans. To support 4D vision research CVSSP developed a unique film production quality multiple camera network studio infrastructure supported by JIF/SRIF in 2003/5, with subsequent investment to maintain a fully operational facility. This infrastructure has enabled; 15 000 000 GBP in collaborative research projects with the creative industries (EPSRC/TSB/EU/Royal Society) and provided benchmark datasets used by over 500 academic and industry research groups world-wide. The requested equipment is to refresh the multiple camera studio facilities with upgrades to UHD 4K acquisition, online processing of multiple stream video and portable use for both entertainment and healthcare applications. This will support CVSSP research in 4D vision over the coming decade and provide a UK facility for research in this area.

Following award of EPSRC funding 500 000 GBP (ex VAT) has been made available for CVSSP to procure a portable camera network and associated portable storage and processing technology. This is to support the existing portfolio of creative industries research whilst also enabling future research to transform 4D visual reconstruction into a measurement technology for use in healthcare and welfare applications in unconstrained environments.

CVSSP has long been at the forefront of research into 4D visual construction and has been a pioneer in multiple camera studio environments. The move to 4K and an increased trend of video over IP such as the BBC IP Studio mean that we now require an equipment refresh to face the new challenges of higher resolutions, higher frame rates, increased data rates and new working paradigms designed around reconfigurable software for processing video and audio data in the field.

Provision of Adult Community Health Services on behalf of NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG

NHS Shared Business Services | Published June 29, 2017  -  Deadline July 14, 2017
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85000000

NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG is INVITING PROPOSALS for the provision of Adult Community Health Services. **Bidding Briefing Event is being held 6 July 2017 - 09:30 until 11:00 at Prelude 2 Room, The Harbour Hotel, Guildford; please forward your attendance via EU-Supply ONLY. Due to capacity the CCG would request that only two attendees from each interested provider attend.** NHS Guildford and Waverley Clinical Commissioning Group is offering a contract to the successful Bidder to provide Integrated Community Health Services for its adult population, grouped into the following themed areas: • Proactive Care • Intermediate Care • Place Based Care The Contracting Authority is seeking to award a contract to a Bidder that will work with the Contracting Authority and other key partners to deliver the highest quality 'out of hospital' services healthcare for its population. The overall aim of the procurement is to secure provision of integrated adult community health services to improve outcomes for the population with a specific focus on the following: • 'No wrong door' - Single point of access for health and social care services; • Improve access to integrated proactive community health and social care services; • Support patients with complex needs to remain in their normal place of residence; and who will improve patient outcomes through integration to: - Reduce complexity of services through integration across pathways of care - Wrap services around Primary Care - Build Multidisciplinary teams for people with complex needs, collaborating with Secondary, Mental Health and Social care and other services - Provide Systems leadership, supporting these teams with specialist medical input and redesigned approaches to consultant services -particularly for older people and those with chronic conditions - Develop innovative ways of working with the third sector - Create services that offer an alternative to hospital stay The Contract to be offered to the successful Bidder at the end of this Procurement will be for a duration of two years, which is intended to run from 3 April 2018 until 2 April 2020 with the possibility of one extension of up to seven years, subject to any restrictions placed nationally by NHS England or the Department of Health, i.e. a potential total contract duration of up to nine years. It is intended that the new service will commence by latest 3 April 2018.
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