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VOID - Remote CCTV Equipment for Monitoring of Trash Screens

  Worthing United Kingdom — Environment Agency
Published July 15, 2013 — Deadline July 26, 2013 (5 years ago)
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Notice type
Contract notice

Incident Management is one of the Environment Agency’s key priorities. As a Category 1 responder the EA is required to provide a professional response with resilient systems in place. There is a need to improve response times during incidents and also reduce our costs and CO2 emissions.

Many of the EA’s remote trash screen locations do not have telemetry on them and therefore need to be physically attended to ensure that they are working correctly or are not blocked.

It would be un-economic to install conventional telemetry at these sites due to the geographical remoteness and costs associated with providing communications and power. There are also restrictions in the number of new telemetry sites due to the number of staff required to maintain our existing network.

The desired outcome of this project is to initially install 12 new cameras in the Solent and South Downs (SSD) area, with provision for additional cameras to be installed across the South East region. The cameras will be installed at sites of high flood risk that are remote and uneconomical to install telemetry in the SSD area.

 

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Fact Sheet

Buyer
Environment Agency
Title
VOID - Remote CCTV Equipment for Monitoring of Trash Screens
Category/Categories
17010000 - Environmental Monitoring Instrumentation
Additional Categorisation(s)
None
Summary
Incident Management is one of the Environment Agency’s key priorities. As a Category 1 responder the EA is required to provide a professional response with resilient systems in place. There is a need to improve response times during incidents and also reduce our costs and CO2 emissions. Many of the EA’s remote trash screen locations do not have telemetry on them and therefore need to be physically attended to ensure that they are working correctly or are not blocked. It would be un-economic to install conventional telemetry at these sites due to the geographical remoteness and costs associated with providing communications and power. There are also restrictions in the number of new telemetry sites due to the number of staff required to maintain our existing network. The desired outcome of this project is to initially install 12 new cameras in the Solent and South Downs (SSD) area, with provision for additional cameras to be installed across the South East region. The cameras will be installed at sites of high flood risk that are remote and uneconomical to install telemetry in the SSD area.  
Contact
Mr Michael Feest
Email Address
michael.feest@environment-agency.gov.uk
Telephone
01903 83 20 33
Address
Guildbourne HouseChatsworth RoadWorthingWest SussexBN11 1LDUnited Kingdom
Estimated contract start date
01/10/2013
Estimated contract end date
30/09/2015
Expression of interest start date
15/07/2013 00:00
Expression of interest end date
26/07/2013 17:00 The expression of interest window is currently closed.
Contract Period
12 (months)
Anticipated Extension Period
12 (months)
Number of Anticipated Extensions
0
Attached file
https://www.sell2ea.com/procontract/attachment_1.nsf/dsp_frm_attachments/ATT-EAAA-99MHQR/$FILE/EAAA-994DLA - CCTV Equipment - Specification Draft.doc

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