LONDON 2012 SUPPLY CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES CompeteFor is a free service that enables businesses to compete for contract opportunities linked to the London 2012 Games and other major public and private sector buying organisations. With a particular focus on supply chain opportunities, CompeteFor acts as a brokerage service, matching buyers with potential suppliers. It also facilitates access to focused business support, through the national Business Link network, helping to boost the long–term competitiveness of your business. Registering on CompeteFor will bring you closer to accessing new business opportunities relevant to your sector. This service is delivered through a partnership between public and private sector organisations, working closely with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) and the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA). For more details visit www.competefor.com Contract Name Awarding Application Description Organisation Deadline Pudding Mill Morgan 06/10/2010 Morgan Sindall PLC has 14 separate Lane: 14 Sindall Plc partnership opportunities as part of their Separate bid for the Crossrail Main Civils works for the Pudding Mill Lane Portal to Partnership supply labour, supervision, plant, and Opportunities materials to: for Signage, Drainage, 1. Install new temporary signage for Landscaping, vehicular and foot traffic diversions; Handrailing, 2. Install new drainage around Marshgate Lane Road and the New Stainless Steel DLR Pudding Mill Lane Station; Cladding, 3. Carry out soft landscaping works Louvres & outside the New DLR Station; Flashings, 4. Install various handrailing to various Palisade structures; Fencing, 5. Install new Stainless Steel Cladding System to New DLR Pudding Mill Lane Concrete Lift Shafts; Coring, Sheet 6. Install new louvres and flashings to Piling, Steel Emergency Intervection Point; Doorsets, 7. To supply labour, supervision, plant, Patent Glazing, and materials to install new Palisade Fencing along the perimeter of the Curtain pedestrian walkway and DLR Pudding Walling, Mill Station; Granolithic 8. Carry out Concrete Core Cutting Screeding & works to Emergency Intervection Roof Point; Screeding, and 9. Install temporary sheet piles in cut and cover tunnel section; Roofing 10. Install new Steel Doorsets to Emergency Intervection Point and to New DLR Pudding Mill Station; 11. Install new Patent Glazing to New Canopy Structure for the New DLR Pudding Mill Station; 12. Install new Curtain Walling to New DLR Station Staircases; 13. Install new sand cement screed laid in falls to the Emergency Intervection Point Roof (this will require pumping to roof level), and to carry out Granolithic Screeding to new staircases inside the Emergency Intervection Point; and 14. Carry out roofing membrane works to Emergency Intervection Point and DLR Station Plant Rooms. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information on these 14 opportunities. ODA - Motor Olympic 08/10/2010 The ODA has a requirement for the lease of Leasing of two Delivery 24 powered wheelers to be used by staff and four Authority prior to (where required) and during Games time. They require 12 powered two wheeler (ODA) wheelers and 12 powered four wheelers of vehicles for various engine sizes and specifications Transport between October 2010 and October 2012 Operations – for varied periods of time. The vehicles will AMENDED be used for business use only, on and between the venues sites and to transport people/goods to the venues sites where required. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. GRP bespoke Dean & 08/10/2010 Dean & Dyball Civil Engineering is looking guttering Dyball Civil for the supply and delivery of the GRP fabrication, Engineering guttering required for the Victorian foot tunnels running beneath the Thames at supply only for Greenwich. Greenwich foot tunnel, London Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Care Sector Helmsman 08/10/2010 Helmsman Services Ltd are looking to Training Across Services Ltd appoint a framework of suppliers across a UK number of regions (including London, South East, East, Wales, South West, and the North) who will be able to deliver some or all of the following courses to standard, pre-agreed content and at pre-determined prices. Courses will be delivered to employees of a national care organisation and content required includes: Fire Safety Awareness; Moving & handling practical; First Aid Practical; Principals of Care/Values; Record Keeping/Report Writing; Care Planning Personal Care Planning Awareness; Confidentiality; DOLS/MCA; Equality and Diversity; CPI; SOVA; Communication; Epilepsy Awareness; Personal Relationships and Sexuality; Supervision (for Seniors and Managers); Safeguarding Children; Administration and Storage of Medicines; Food Hygiene; Team Teach; Anger Management; Child Protection Refresher; Assessment Practices; Drug & Alcohol Awareness; Assertiveness and Sexuality and Sexual Health issues for young adults/children. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Polythene / MGJ 11/10/2010 MGJ Associates Ltd is in urgent need of a Plastic Bag Associates supplier that can provide a variety of requirement Ltd Polythene/Plastic sheeting supplies for single and double bed mattresses. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Greater London Greater 11/10/2010 The GLA requires the provision of security Authority- London services in both Trafalgar and Parliament Heritage Authority Square areas which fall under the responsibility of the GLA. The Heritage Wardens – Wardens will be required to fulfil the Notice Only following duties: Security duties; Co-ordinating emergency arrangements and providing incident management and emergency response service to incidents; Ensuring compliance with the Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square Garden Byelaws 2000 Providing assistance and local tourist information to visitors Providing co-ordination and control of all other contractors operating on site in liaison with GLA Facilities and Squares Management Team. Liaising with event organisers to ensure the smooth and safe running of authorised events Liaising with GLA Facilities and Squares Management Team and GLA contractors, both in and out of hours Management reporting Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. LDA Improving London 13/10/2010 The London Development Agency (LDA) is the Quality of Development aiming to improve the quality of hotels and London Visitor Agency guest accommodation in London in advance of the 2012 Olympic Games, in order to Accommodation enhance the visitor experience and improve 2011-12 customer perceptions of accommodation quality and value for money. This project seeks to continue to increase the number of London hotel and guest accommodation rooms that are quality-assessed by 2011, with a particular focus on the Visit London Approved marque. The project will also support self-catering, serviced apartments, and campus accommodation to join the marque scheme. There are five components of this project. Tenders are requested for managing the project as a whole. The components are: (a) recruitment and personal appointments (b) audits against the Visit London Approved quality marque criteria (c) business development advice (on-site as part of marque assessment visit) (d) collateral material and publicity (e) database management Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. 95 Talbot Road CityWest 13/10/2010 CityWest Homes Ltd is seeking to obtain a in Queens Park Homes Ltd number of suitable contractors to invite to - Structural tender for the following works: to carry out structural works, associated repairs and Works and complete refurbishment, including complete Refurbishment. external redecoration with repairs and complete internal refurbishment including damp proofing and the replacement of mechanical and electrical installations. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Supply and BAM Nuttall 14/10/2010 BAM Nuttall Ltd requires a sub-contractor installation of Ltd to design a scaffold falsework scheme Scaffolding alongside the permanent works designer and to supply and install the scaffolding to support the staircase approaches to a new temporary bridge to be constructed to enable the movement of people across the Greenway at Stratford High Street. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. 773 EALING 14/10/2010 The Council of the London Borough of Management COUNCIL Ealing is seeking suitably skilled and Information experienced organisations to deliver a management information system - (MIS) for System (MIS) initially Adult Social Care purchasing and for West contract management. London Alliance (WLA) Please log on to CompeteFor for more – Notice Only information. Contract for the Westminster 22/10/2010 The City of Westminster invites expressions provision of City Council of interest from suitably experienced Independent organisations to provide an Independent Mental Capacity Advocate Mental Capacity Service. The service shall provide a Advocate specialist independent advocacy (IMCA) Service – OJEU service to any person aged 16 and above Notice Only eligible to receive the IMCA Service under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. The service shall also provide a Paid Relevant Person’s Representative service as described in the Mental Capacity (Deprivation of Liberty: Appointment of Relevant Person’s Representative) Regulations 2008 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. In addition to purchasing services itself, Westminster City Council will be purchasing the services on behalf of the following participating authorities if and as required: London Borough of Brent, London Borough of Ealing, London Borough of Harrow, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London Borough of Hillingdon, London Borough of Hounslow, London Borough of Lambeth, and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Occupational Westminster 26/10/2010 Westminster City Council is seeking to Therapy City Council award a framework agreement for the Assessment and provision of Occupational Therapy Assessment and Major Adaptations Major services. Adaptations Service – OJEU Please log on to CompeteFor for more Notice Only information. The Provision Metropolitan 27/10/2010 The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) Of Cognitive Police as the contracting authority is tendering for Behavioural Service the supply of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Analytical Therapy and Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Cognitive Reprocessing to the Metropolitan Police Analytical Service (MPS). The MPA/MPS is seeking Therapy and through this tendering process to award a Eye Movement contract to provide these services for an Desensitization initial term of 12 months with a unilateral Reprocessing – option of the MPA/MPS to extend for up to 3 further periods of 12 months each subject Notice Only to an ongoing need, satisfactory performance during the initial period and annual budgetary approval. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. OJEU - Olympic 29/10/2010 In association with a number of TOCs and Mainline Rail Delivery Network Rail, the ODA is facilitating the Capacity Authority operation of a number of additional late- night trains from major London termini to Resilience (ODA) cater for the predicted demand from Project – OJEU Olympic spectators. Given the nature of Notice Only some sports, it is possible that the competition will run on beyond the scheduled finishing times, potentially leading to substantial numbers of spectators arriving at major London termini later than predicted and, consequently, outstripping the train capacity available. To address this issue, the ODA has identified the need for additional, flexible train capacity to be available late at night from certain London main line termini. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. Pan-London London 29/10/2010 The Pan London NEET Provision project is NEET Provision Development seeking separate delivery partners in six – 6 seperate Agency sub-regional clusters to support young Londoners aged 16-19 who are not in opportunities education, employment or training (NEET) for London to re-engage with education, training or regions South employment for a minimum of 52 weeks. West, North, The delivery partner is expected to: West, Central, • identify and recruit vulnerable young East and South people aged 16-19 who are NEET onto the project; • conduct a diagnostic needs and abilities assessment of each young person; • create and deliver a bespoke activity plan to address the young person’s barriers sufficiently and to improve their existing skills; • identify and secure an appropriate employment, education or training opportunity for the young person; and • support the young people and their employer, education or training institution to sustain a 52 week outcome. The LDA is tendering this as 6 separate opportunities for support to the following regions: South West Cluster - Croydon, Wandsworth, Sutton, Merton, Kingston and Richmond North Cluster - Enfield, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Barnet, Hackney and Haringey West Cluster - Hillingon, Hounslow, Ealing, Brent and Harrow Central Cluster - Islington, Southwark, Lambeth, Camden, Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and City of London East Cluster - Barking & Dagenham, Newham, Havering and Redbridge South Cluster - Greenwich, Lewisham, Bromley, Bexley Please log on to CompeteFor for more information on these 6 separate opportunities. ESF R4 1.1 London 29/10/2010 The LDA requires a delivery partner to Heathrow Development support the Heathrow Employability and Employability Agency Upskilling Programme, which supports London’s workless population to access the and Upskilling employment opportunities at Heathrow Airport and progress once in work to ensure sustained employment of at least 52 weeks. The programme will provide end-to-end personalised support to workless Londoners that are interested in working at the Airport, from outreach services to on-the-job training and in-work support. The focus will be on identifying and meeting employers needs. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. ESF R4 1.1 London 29/10/2010 The LDA is seeking delivery partners to Working Development support the ESF Working Neighbourhoods project. This project aims to tackle high and Neighbourhoods Agency persistent levels of worklessness amongst the long- – 3 Separate term workless, at neighbourhood level, in some of Grant London’s most deprived areas who will be helped to achieve 52 weeks sustained employment Opportunities outcomes. Overall project objectives include: for LB targeting individuals in the most deprived neighbourhoods in London with the highest levels of Southwark, LB worklessness and providing enhanced support and Barking & provision. Dagenham, and LB Enfield This contract has been divided into 3 separate grant packages for the London Borough of Southwark, the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, and the London Borough of Enfield Please log on to CompeteFor for more information on these 3 separate opportunities. Opportunities London 29/10/2010 The London Development Agency requires for Vulnerable Development a delivery partner for the Opportunities for Young People Agency Vulnerable Young People NEET project, which will specifically support young NEET Version people with multiple barriers to 2 participation from two particularly vulnerable groups within the wider population of those aged 16-19 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET): Looked After Children/care leavers and teenage parents. The project will deliver sustained engagement outcomes of a minimum of 52 weeks in an education, employment or training destination appropriate to each young person. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. ESF R4 1.1 London 29/10/2010 The London Development Agency is London Works: Development seeking a delivery partner for the ESF 3 Separate Agency London Works project, which aims to support economically inactive Londoners Opportunities who have been out of work for more than North and one year and are not on any other North East, mandatory mainstream provision, to achieve West and 52 weeks sustained employment outcomes Central and progress in work. London This project is being tendered in 3 separate parts: North and North East will provide coverage of the following boroughs: Barking & Dagenham, Barnet, Haringey, Havering, Redbridge, Enfield West will provide coverage of the following boroughs: Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hillingdon, and Hounslow. Central will provide coverage of the following boroughs: Kensington & Chelsea, Islington, Westminster, Camden, Lambeth, Southwark. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information on these 3 separate opportunities. ESF R4 1.1 London 29/10/2010 The ESF Low Carbon Employment project Low Carbon Development forms one of the suite of Adult Employment- 2 Agency Employability projects funded by the LDA's ESF 2011-13 Programme and contributes to Separate Grant Priority 1 Extending Employment Packages for Opportunities theme. Overall project Low Carbon objectives include: Technologies • To identify and engage employers in and the low carbon sector such that the Environmental new job opportunities will be opened up to workless Londoners, including sub-sectors those from the most disadvantaged groups • To support a minimum of 2000 participants achieve 52 weeks sustained employment by March 2015 in the Low Carbon Economy The LDA require delivery partners for 2 separate grant opportunities focusing on the Low Carbon Technologies sub-sector and the Environmental sub-sector. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information on these 2 separate opportunities. ESF R4 1.1 London 29/10/2010 The ESF London's Homeless to Work London's Development project aims to tackle high and persistent Homeless to Agency levels of worklessness amongst homeless people in particular rough sleepers, who are Work some of the most disadvantaged of the workless group. The project will be expected to: Target homeless people, in particular rough sleepers or those at risk of becoming rough sleepers, though outreach and engagement strategies; Provide housing advice and support to help homeless people, in particular rough sleepers, find and sustain accommodation and To provide enhanced support and provision that will help at least 125 homeless people, in particular rough sleepers, achieve 52 week employment and progression outcomes by March 2014 Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. ESF R4 2.1 London 29/10/2010 The Skills for Work Project will develop Skills for Work Development and deliver innovative approaches to Agency supporting low paid London workers to progress in their careers through integrated models which combine Skills for Life training, individualised advice and employer engagement and support. The overall project objectives are: To achieve a minimum of 2400 career progression outcomes for low paid Londoners by December 2014. To increase demand for Skills for Life training, particularly numeracy, within London employers, of which 50% must be SMEs. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information. OJEU - Olympic 01/11/2010 ODA Transport requires access to specialist Transport Delivery suppliers to provide events management and Operations Authority operational infrastructure around all 22 Olympic Venues and transport hubs. The Framework – (ODA) ODA is therefore compiling a framework OJEU Notice agreement of operational suppliers to aid Only the smooth delivery of operations between transport hubs and venues during the Games. Please log on to CompeteFor for more information.