Tender Opportunities for Social Enterprise / SMEs

Posted in: Tenders

Below are some tender opportunities that may be of interest to social enterprise / third sector organisations to apply for either individually or in partnership with each other or private sector organisations. Where possible we will include opportunities that contain a Community Benefits approach. You may be required to register at the linked to websites to view the full information or to register an interest.

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Photography to support Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland is seeking to commission an experienced, creative and innovative photographer to capture, edit and deliver a series of photographs that capture the diverse and exciting work undertaken by the organisation.
The final series of photographs shall primarily be utilised on the identified websites, though also be used across a number of other publications and communications outputs.

Deadline Date: 20/03/15

Uplift of Segregated/Unsegregated Waste for Processing & Diversion from Landfill – East Ayrshire Council

The Council requires the uplift of segregated/unsegregated waste for processing and diversion from landfill. The contract is broken down into 5 Lots. Uplift may be required from various Council depots throughout the authority and the Ayrshire Roads Alliance area.
CPV: 90500000.

Deadline Date: 27/04/15

Flow Country website development – RSPB

We wish to identify a contractor who, working with our project staff and partners, can create and develop an adaptive website, to help inspire and engage people both with the Flows to the Future project and the Flow Country in Caithness and Sutherland. At this stage we are seeking expressions of interest and a summary strategy.
Flows to the Future is a project being delivered by the Peatlands Partnership, with RSPB as the lead body. The main funder of the project is the Heritage Lottery Fund, but this element of the project also has funding from Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
We want to deliver a creative online experience that brings this remote conservation project closer to home. The website will be developed in the first year of the project, but we expect the online experience to develop further over the five years of the project, sustaining, developing and growing interest.
A short document (two sides of A4) should outline how you would approach the website development and a few key ideas around engagement on a subject that might not immediately grab the public’s attention. Invited agencies/ organisations will then get an opportunity to submit further details and attend an interview. We welcome tenders from agencies/ organisations who wish also to submit tenders for our digital modelling tender.

Deadline Date: 24/03/15

Helensburgh Skatepark Redevelopment – Argyll & Bute Council

The works are being carried out to refurbish a standard half pipe with a quarter pipe and rolling surface and a funbox with grinding ledge.
Works are described using standard nomenclature contained in BS EN 14974:2006 Potential tenders are asked seek clarification of any description with client prior to pricing.
Suppliers are invited to provide a fully costed schedule for repairs including supply and costs for specified materials. All equipment and installations must be compliant with current BS EN 14974 This should include all supply of equipment and surfacing, installation to correct standards or proposed equipment, materials required to install equipment, some ground preparation works, any site remediation after works are complete, carriage, VA, site security and storage arrangements during construction phase, any specialist maintenance tools required and any other related costs in delivering the project. The project will be managed by Argyll and Bute Council on behalf of the partnership.

Deadline Date: 24/03/15

Website Design and Implementation – Crossreach

This project is for the design and delivery of a new Website for CrossReach capable of a number of functions that will better serve the business and our customers.
Crossreach was launched in June 2005 and continues the Church of Scotland’s long tradition of providing care and support. We employ more than 2,000 staff and we support some of the most vulnerable people in Scotland. CrossReach has an annual expenditure of £51 million
The project requires to be completed by the end of September 2015.
The project requires this to be a turnkey solution and the Project Management responsibility will rest with the contractor. It is a requirement that a named Project Manager employed by the contractor be assigned to CrossReach and have responsibility, as part of a project team, for the successful delivery of all goals and outcomes.

Deadline Date: 23/03/15