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Network Rail Bid Writing for Frameworks

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Written by Chris Turner

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Jan 11, 2023

Network Rail owns, manages and develops our railways across England, Scotland and Wales. As well as all the tracks, bridges and tunnels, this also includes 20 of the largest stations. They employ 6,000 people and in 2020 they were responsible for 25% of all construction spending in the UK. To give you an idea of scale, in 2021, their spending across all suppliers equated to nearly £3.5bn.

They operate over 60 services and require everything from recruitment services to HR and training, from vegetation management to consultancy services, as well as their core requirements to build and maintain the rail infrastructure.

We have been helping clients to respond to Rail tenders for over 10 years, thanks to our team of professional bid writers. For Network Rail opportunities, we can provide a full bid writing support solution, allowing our clients to focus on the provision of their service and pricing, while we work on developing the very best tender responses.


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Network Rail Frameworks – over 35% of suppliers are SMEs!!!

We specialise in bid writing and bid management services for SMEs. Network Rail presents a great opportunity for SMEs with 35.6% supply chain representation. This includes frameworks, contracts and supply chain opportunities via Tier 1 suppliers/ contractors.

To understand what a ‘framework’ is click this link to see our detailed overview.

Network Rail has identified the barriers and challenges for SMEs when bidding for formal contracts have created procurement solutions to make them more accessible. This includes:

  • Assessment of insurance requirements
  • Stopping the use of performance bonds
  • Provide a tender pipeline to allow bid preparation and planning. You can monitor Network Rail spend, contracts registers, category manager contact details, tender and renewals here
  • Simplified PQQs (pre-qualification questionnaires) with fewer questions – we explain what a PQQ is in this article
  • Increase early engagement, and time with Network Rail to understand the requirements
  • Focus on delivering Social Value. We have developed a detailed article on Social Value when bidding, including examples, which can be found here
  • Network Rail Fair Payment Charter - which includes agreeing on fair terms and conditions, main contractors being paid within 21 days and subcontractors' payments not exceeding 28 days
  • Having a dedicated Network Rail SME Champion
  • A commitment to move away from ‘nil value frameworks’ with a focus more on specific contracts
  • Tier 1 suppliers of Network Rail to commit and report on SME spending in their supply chain.


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Network Rail Frameworks 2023

As a bid director, company director or business development team it is important to understand what Network Rail buys and what tenders are likely to be available in order to you to plan for any upcoming opportunities:


Network Rail Procurement/ Framework Categories

Description

Utility tenders

Electricity, water and gas for offices, stations and depots, including electricity for powering trains

Track tenders

Track renewal projects and maintenance support

Telecoms tenders

Operational telecoms, all voice and data, and hardware

Switches and crossings, and ancillaries tenders

Modular and traditional railway switches and crossings, including related ancillaries (switches and crossings are part of the rail system at junctions between different rail lines)

Supplies and services tenders

Equipment used by operational staff: office supplies, uniforms, and corporate travel and accommodation

Sleepers and bearers tenders

Concrete, steel and timber sleepers and bearers, and cable troughing (sleepers hold the rails apart and support the track on the ballast)

Signalling tenders

Design, build and maintenance of railway signalling systems

Security solutions tenders

Security equipment, manned security and policing costs

Road fleet tenders

Road fleet costs, including purchase, hire and maintenance.

Recruitment services tenders

Recruitment services related to both permanent and temporary staff (excluding consultants and contingent labour)

Railway spares tenders

Spares required for the maintenance of the railway infrastructure

Rail haulage tenders

Logistics and operation of rail haulage

Rail fleet tenders

Purchase and maintenance of rail wagons and locomotives, including seasonal treatment fleet

Rail and ancillaries tenders

Short (60ft) rail

Professional services tenders

Railway infrastructure design, technical consultancy and commercial services

Plant and tools tenders

Plant and tools, including hand tools and portable plant

On-track plant tenders

On-track plant (for example, road rail vehicles)

On-track machines tenders

On-track machines for treatment and maintenance of the track

Intelligent infrastructure tenders

Train-and non-train-mounted remote condition monitoring systems for the monitoring of the rail infrastructure

Infrastructure support services (on-and-off track) tenders

Support services for infrastructure maintenance, including track and vegetation clearance

Information technology tenders

IT services including software, hardware and business systems

HR and training tenders

External training and staff benefits

General civils tenders

Construction not related to station redevelopment

Facilities (soft services) tenders

Office and station service, including waste management, cleaning and catering

Facilities (hard services) tenders

General building maintenance, including air conditioning, heating and property management

Electrification and fixed plant tenders

Projects, materials and services to support the electrified part of the rail infrastructure

Contingent labour tenders

Temporary infrastructure labour (including possession management) working under the direction of Network Rail

Business consultancy tenders

Consultancy for business services, including marketing services, legal services, management consultancy, financial and insurance services

Buildings tenders

Station building and renewals (shop fitting and renovation of existing stations)

Ballast tenders

Ballast and associated loading and unloading activities (ballast is the graded stone sub-base used for drainage and support of the track)

To monitor Network Rail spend, contracts and full procurement pipeline so you can start planning your bid capacity, click here.



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Bid Writing Support for Network Rail Frameworks?

Network Rail advertises their tender opportunities and frameworks using Bravo, which is a common portal for the public sector. You can monitor Network Rail tenders past and present by clicking this link.

You can monitor Network Rail tenders, other rail and broader public sector opportunities with our free software Tender Pipeline.

Once you are registered on the Bravo portal you will be able to bid for live Network Rail opportunities. They supply bidders with Network Rail Standards, which set out the expectations for suppliers and is important you fully understand these.

At Thornton & Lowe we help our clients bid for rail tenders by providing bidding advice and bid writing capacity. Most of our clients understand the challenges and how competitive Network Rail tenders can be so want a team of dedicated bid writers to be able to focus on developing the very best quality bid submission.

We have a rail tenders page, which includes bid writing tips for rail tenders that you can access here. You can also view our top 8 bid writing tips for any public sector tenders by clicking the link. By consistently applying this guidance when you are responding to tenders you will increase your quality scores, which will lead to more contract wins.

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Midlands Rail Hub Alliance – Alliance Partners (Non-Signalling Disciplines)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The key objectives of MRH are to improve connectivity across the Midlands region; boost economic growth; maximise use of HS2 to London through interchange in Central Birmingham; improve access to jobs, leisure, healthcare, and education; optimise the utilisation of station capacity in central Birmingham; and make rail journeys more attractive and encourage modal shift to rail. The scope of the Alliance includes, but is not limited to, the design and build of: new platforms and sidings; up to two new chords into Birmingham Moor Street; widening of existing viaduct; power supply upgrades; new freight loops; new overhead line equipment (OLE) and various signalling works including the re-modelling of existing layouts. The MRH programme consists of multidisciplinary infrastructure interventions are split over three sections described as West, Central and East according to the additional train services that they enable. The scope is currently divided into eight interventions across the three sections: West & Central Midlands interventions at Snow Hill, King’s Norton to Barnt Green (and interventions at King’s Norton and Barnt Green) and Birmingham Bordesley to Moor Street are in the process of securing final funding approval and are intended to be the initial deliverables. Additional interventions are also in scope of MRH and may be delivered subject to funding decisions and design development including West & Central interventions at Worcester to Hereford and Stoke Works Junction and East Midlands interventions at Water Orton and Nuneaton to Wigston. East interventions are at an earlier stage of design development and are intended to form part of a separate business case; these interventions are subject to future funding decisions. It is also envisaged that the West intervention of Worcester-Hereford will be delivered by the Alliance but does not form part of the initial deliverables and is dependent upon as yet uncommitted renewals in the Worcester area.The total Alliance Anticipated Final Cost (AFC) excluding VAT is circa £1.1m--£1.5bn GBP. The AFC is split between the initial deliverables and additional interventions as follows:- Initial deliverables (predominantly interventions in West and Central) are circa: - Multi-Disciplinary (non-signalling, power and communications): £700m-£800m GBP (excluding VAT) - Signalling, power and communications; £150m-£250m GBP (excluding VAT)- Additional interventions (predominantly East) are circa: - Multi-Disciplinary (non-signalling power and communications: £250m-£350m GBP (excluding VAT); - Signalling, power and communications; £50m-£100m GBP (excluding VAT)These figures are indicative only.Further details of the scope and interventions (including AFC estimates and discipline splits) are set out in the scope document (CR-T Module 1 – Contract Specific Requirements) provided as part of the procurement documents.Network Rail is using a modified NR35 Alliance Contract (based on the NEC4 Alliance Contract) to appoint all Partners to the Alliance, provided as part of the procurement documents. The Multi-Disciplinary Partner(s) will be required to work with Network Rail and the Signalling Partner as a single Alliance team. Network Rail and each of the Partners will sign one Alliance contract.

Value: 1380000000
Published: 2024-02-27
Deadline: 2024-04-24
1380000000 2024-02-27 2024-04-24
Midlands Rail Hub Alliance – Alliance Partners (Non-Signalling Disciplines)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Following publication of a prior indicative notice (reference 2023/S 000-034592) Network Rail held a virtual market briefing session on 19 January 2024. The session covered an overview of MRH scope, the Alliance contract and key mechanics under the contract. A copy of this briefing session is provided as part of the procurement documents. Pre-qualification: Organisations wishing to express an interest in this opportunity must complete and submit a PQQ response by the date specified in Section IV.2.2. Submitting a response to this Contract Notice does not guarantee that a candidate will be invited to tender. Network Rail reserves the right to disqualify any candidate who provides information or confirmations which later prove to be untrue or incorrect; does not supply the information required by the PQQ or as otherwise directed during the procurement event; or does not meet the criteria stated in the PQQ. A pack of procurement documents (including the PQQ instructions and questionnaire) is being made available at the Network Rail’s sourcing platform: https://www.networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk. In order to access the procurement documents, interested organisations must register on the Bravo system (via the link above). If there are any difficulties in registering or accessing the procurement documents, please contact Network Rail via the email address stated in Section I.1. Interested organisations should note that the tender stage will include collaborative and behavioural assessments. These assessment will include interviews and group workshop assessments. Further details of the assessments, required attendees and administrative arrangements will be provided at ITT launch. Network Rail reserves the right to change any aspect of, suspend or terminate this procurement event and/or consider alternative procurement options. Under no circumstances shall Network Rail incur any liability (costs or otherwise) arising from an organisation expressing an interest in, preparing responses to and/or participating in this procurement.

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Published: 2024-02-26
Deadline:
2024-02-26
PQQ_3216 - Network Rail Western & Wales Regional CP7 Period Telecoms Renewals Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

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Published: 2024-02-22
Deadline:
2024-02-22
Rail Engineering Technician Level 3 Tender (New Entrance Apprenticeship Tender - NEAT)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Delivery of Rail Engineering Technician Level 3, nationally for Network Rail

Value: 46000000
Published: 2024-02-17
Deadline: 2024-03-15
46000000 2024-02-17 2024-03-15
Exhibitions, Events, Promotions and Sampling at Managed Stations
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail and Southeastern Trains wish to grant a Concession Agreement with a suitable partner to manage, promote and sell its Exhibitions, Events, Promotions and Sampling space at Managed Stations.This will be a joint procurement that is lead by Network Rail. Only one Concessionaire will be awarded two contracts.

Value: 18000000
Published: 2024-02-13
Deadline: 2024-04-22
18000000 2024-02-13 2024-04-22
Unit B, Railway Triangle, Portsmouth
UK Glasgow Glasgow City Council

This procurement is to appoint a contractor for the design and construction of a single storey warehouse unit 12m to underside of haunch, approximately 102,752 ft2 gross internal area incorporating internal two storey office accommodation together with external works to include hard standings, car parking, landscaping, drainage, main service connections and offsite Section 278 Works. As the works are adjacent to a railway line, the contractor will be required to comply with the requirements of a BAPA agreement and provide 24/7 access to a Network Rail substation at the rear of the site.The Procurement is being conducted by DTZ Investors for Glasgow City Council as administering authority for the Strathclyde Pension Fund (SPF). The procurement is being managed by Quartz Project Services Ltd who are the project managers for Unit B, Railway Triangle. The successful Bidder will enter into the contract for the works with the Council.

Value: 11000000
Published: 2024-02-07
Deadline: 2024-03-08
11000000 2024-02-07 2024-03-08
North Portsea Coastal Scheme - Phase 5: Ports Creek
UK PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth City Council

The proposed coastal defence works at Ports Creek involve the construction of an earth embankment with a rock revetement toe. It also includes consolidation and partial removal of existing defence structures and associated works. In some instances, redundant structures will be removed and appropriately reused or disposed of, to minimise foreshore encroachment, for the benefit of the wider environment. The current defences are made up of multiple structures, generally comprising of mass concrete filled oil drums along with dilapidated seawalls formed of mass concrete/block/masonry.The main works take place between the eastern side of the Portsbridge Roundabout through to the Network Rail bridge. The works consist of constructing a sloping revetment with a raised earth embankment along most of the frontage. Other ancillary works include: piling around an outfall, path construction, concrete works to an existing slipway and tying into Network Rail land and working to Network Rail constraints in this area. The Contractor will have to work with Network Rail and follow an agreed safe method of working when in the vicinity of the railway line bridge. ECIIn line with industry practice the council's designer (Royal HaskoningDHV (RHDHV)) has sought and obtained early contractor involvement input from JT Mackley in order to inform aspects of design, work method, site establishment and management, programme & costings. The council is satisfied that prior involvement of ECI contractor is compliant with the conditions set out within sub section 5 of Public Contract Regulation 2015. However, the council will provide summarised information concerning the ECI activities and associated outputs within the tender documents that will be issued to the short listed tenderers. Core Scope of WorksIn summary the works will generally consist of:• Site mobilisation and set up• Vegetation clearance (including mature trees) and site clearance and access ways • Construction of earth embankments fronted with rock revetments for scour protection • Installation of flex MSE retaining walls• Improvements to existing slipway structure and encasement of existing bridge abutment• Ensuring existing services are accommodated in the works (e.g outfalls)• General reinstatement, with high specification public realm enhancements and landscaping Due to the impact of the scheme, engagement with local businesses, leaseholders and the general public has been undertaken. To date the scheme has received a mostly positive response.The project is subject to funding from the Environment Agency and there is currently a shortfall in respect of the current funding. However the council is working with the funder & is confident that funding required will be secured in principle prior to issue of the tender & fully secured prior to award of contract.

Value: 22300000
Published: 2024-01-27
Deadline: 2024-02-26
22300000 2024-01-27 2024-02-26
Non Rail Plant Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Limited

Network Rail invites suggestions and feedback on the proposed agreement, including current plant offerings from market suppliers. In order to view further information and express an interest in this requirement please follow the below instructions: 1. Follow the link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html 2. From the welcome screen, access the "View Current Opportunities" link and select 'project_38991 - Pre Market Engagement - Non Rail Plant Framework'. This is not a call for competition.

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Published: 2024-01-24
Deadline:
2024-01-24
FW118 Pre-Market Engagement – FW118 Supply of Rail
UK Belfast Translink

Translink owns, operates and maintains the rail network in Northern Ireland comprising circa 300 miles of plain line track and 200 sets of switches and crossings.  We wish to establish a multi-Supplier Framework for manufacture and supply of rail to support the delivery of Translink’s programme of capital and maintenance works. Rails required will be CEN56E1 profile in R260 and premium grades as approved for use on Network Rail, or equivalent. As part of the PME we would like to discuss the potential for the supply of corrosion resistant rails as approved for use on Network Rail, or equivalent. The framework will initially run for 4 years with options to extend up to a maximum of a further 4 years. We would like to receive expressions of interest from suppliers with a proven track record in the supply of rail. NOTE THIS CFT IS NOT A CALL FOR TENDER. PLEASE ENSURE YOU DOWNLOAD AND READ THE PRE-TENDER MARKET ENGAGEMENT QUESTIONNARE WHICH IS AVAILABLE FROM THE "CFT DOCUMENTS" AREA OF THE CFT. YOUR RESPONSE TO THIS PRE-TENDER MARKET ENGAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE MUST BE SUBMITTED AS AN ATTACHMENT VIA THE eTendersNI SECURE MESSAGING AREA OF THE Cft. THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES IS 15.00 23rd January 2024. Please note: the procedure selected for this Pre-Market Engagement is not indicative of the procurement procedure to follow.

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Published: 2024-01-13
Deadline: 2024-01-23
2024-01-13 2024-01-23
NEX23/59 Legal Services for the Washington Metro Loop
UK Newcastle upon Tyne Nexus

Nexus requires suitably qualified and experienced legal advisors, who will be appointed to a zero-value eight-year framework to support Nexus on a project to plan, construct, commission and operate passenger services on the Washington Metro Loop (WML). Subject to approval of the Outline Business Case (OBC) by Government in due course, the legal retainer is expected to encompass the advice required to (i) prepare the content of the OBC; (ii) implement the agreed strategies set out in the OBC; (iii) deliver the OBC strategies and, in turn, commence operations on the WML in years ahead. The exact scope of work during the framework term will be subject to the timely progress of the project.The legal advisors will be required to have strong levels of recent experience across rail infrastructure projects, including but not limited to experience in the following areas:• Strategies in connection with land acquisition and consents;• Planning matters including permitted development rights in a rail context;• Rail regulatory matters including licensing, consents and communications with regulatory bodies;• Rail operations;• Interfaces with Network Rail as a key delivery partner in the project, to include areas such as infrastructure management, track access, station leases and train operations;• Project governance and communications with project stakeholders including local authority and combined authority partners, DfT and MHCLG among others;• Project funding;• Procurement, with the potential need for additional rolling stock as part of the project deliverables;• Environmental and/or social issues connected with the project;• Rail construction and engineering contracts; and• Project insurances.The WML ProjectThe WML is currently funded by the North East Combined Authority (NECA) but the aspiration is it will become a flagship project of the North East Mayoral Combined Authority (NEMCA) following the election of a North East mayor in May 2024.The WML aims to enhance connectivity and accessibility across the South of Tyne and Wearside area through the restoration of former railway alignments including the Leamside Line. Closed to passenger services in 1964 before becoming entirely disused approximately 30 years later, the Leamside Line connects with the East Coast Mainline and Durham Coast Line at Tursdale and Pelaw respectively. However, it is important to note that the Washington Metro Loop would only require reinstatement of part of the Leamside Line, from Pelaw to north of Penshaw, and not its full opening. Any involvement of the Washington Metro Loop in the further reinstatement of the Leamside Line is likely to be limited to inclusion of passive provision for heavy rail traffic and management of project interfaces where necessary, and that is reflected in the scope of this framework let.The Strategic Outline Business Case (SOBC) for the project states constructing the WML would bring economic, societal, and environmental benefits to the area by:• Creating nearly 8 million additional passenger journeys per year;• Giving Washington - the fourth largest town without access to a rail service - new connections across Tyne and Wear;• Reducing carbon emissions by nearly 87,000 tonnes per year;• Providing reliable and resilient travel;• Focusing on places in need of 'levelling up'; and• Increasing the feeling of 'pride in place' and putting locations 'back on the map'.The Washington Metro Loop will link existing stations at Pelaw and South Hylton via Washington. The OBC will also review options for further extensions enabling direct services to South Shields from Washington and Sunderland respectively. The project will require track works, new stations, additional services, signalling and traction power. Three station locations have been earmarked on the WML although the number an

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Published: 2024-01-12
Deadline: 2024-02-14
2024-01-12 2024-02-14
Midlands Rail Hub Alliance – Alliance Partners (Non-Signalling Disciplines)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Not registering for and/or not participating in this MRH market engagement shall not prevent any economic operator from participating in any future MRH procurement events. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees or expenses incurred by any party participating in any pre-market engagement exercise and/or any potential future procurement event. Network Rail cannot guarantee that any or all of the information presented within this PIN, or future market engagement, will be incorporated into any subsequent procurement event(s) or that Network Rail will proceed with one or more procurement events. Where Network Rail proceeds with one or more procurement events for the MRH programme of works, relevant material from market engagement exercises will be made available as part of the procurement documentation for the relevant procurement event.

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Published: 2023-11-22
Deadline:
2023-11-22
W&W Reactive & Minor Works (RMW) Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note that any content received via response to this PIN will be used purely for information purposes only and will not be deemed as forming part of any proposed bid now, or any potential future tender. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016.

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Published: 2023-11-09
Deadline:
2023-11-09
#16453 - Design and Build of a Fleet of Long Welded Rail Trains (LWRTs)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The supply of rail is critical to Network Rail being able to deliver its programme of track maintenance, renewal, and enhancement works. The majority of rail is delivered using a legacy fleet of specialist rail delivery trains. These trains are reaching end-of-life, and an evaluation of future needs has indicated that the procurement of a new fleet of LWRTs offers the best whole life cost option (compared with extending the life of the legacy fleet).Against this background Network Rail has decided to purchase a new fleet of (up to) eleven LWRTs to replace the legacy fleet.This purchase of the new trains aims to deliver a cost-effective solution, allowing significant operational benefits to be delivered through- the introduction of latest technology- application of modern safety practices- the delivery of enhanced operational flexibility/ efficiency (e.g. bi-directional operation, simplified maintenance, Improved ability to recycle used rail).The Procurement Documents can be downloaded from Network Rail's BravoNR sourcing platform via this link:https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.htmlFrom the welcome screen, access the 'View Current Opportunities' link and select'#16453 - Design and Build of a Fleet of Long Welder Rail Trains (LWRTs)'

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Published: 2023-10-25
Deadline: 2023-11-17
2023-10-25 2023-11-17
Lift and Escalator Maintenance, Inspections and Lift and Escalator Renewals and Replacements
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Lot 1 - Lift Maintenance Contract Network Rail owns c.1440 lifts at stations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. This Contract is to provide fully comprehensive planned preventative maintenance (PPM), reactive lift maintenance, accumulator replacement, SAF-ed inspections & NICEIC electrical testing. Entrapment response time for this Lot has a target of 30mins however, abatement charges come into effect at 45mins. Please see procurement documents for further information.

Value: 319000000
Published: 2023-10-18
Deadline: 2023-11-16
319000000 2023-10-18 2023-11-16
Winchelsea Road Construction of a Residential Property - PAS 91
UK LONDON London Borough of Haringey

Design and Build construction and associated works for a new single 2 bed, 4 person dwelling on the land adjacent to 138 Winchelsea Road.The land borders an end terrace, occupied residential property and there is a Network Rail railway line to the rear of the property. 138 Winchelsea Road adjoins the site to the side and the front.

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Published: 2023-10-13
Deadline: 2023-11-08
2023-10-13 2023-11-08
Internal Audit, Risk and Advisory Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The supplier will be required to undertake Internal Audit reviews and advisory projects, following the Institute of Internal Audit’s professional standards and Network Rail Internal Audit’s Methodology and will support R&A to successfully deliver the annual audit plan. The supplier will be required to provide specialist technical expertise to assist Internal Audit reviews and advisory projects, following the professional standards and Network Rail Internal Audit Methodology. Network Rail will require staff from the supplier to support the Internal Audit team and be flexible to work on individual audit projects lasting 5-8 weeks and longer-term projects consisting of several audit engagements for up to 12 months. The Statement of Work will outline the individual’s roles and responsibilities for delivering the audit. In addition to this, for specific audit and advisory projects that require specialist skills, Network Rail will require the supplier to deliver the requirement in its entirety. Such instances will be scoped and agreed within the Statement of Work (SoW). The outputs of entirely outsourced requirements will be quality checked by NRIA.

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Published: 2023-10-10
Deadline: 2023-11-09
2023-10-10 2023-11-09
Network Rail Eastern Midland Main Line Electrification Partnership Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

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Published: 2023-10-09
Deadline:
2023-10-09
Network Rail Eastern Midland Main Line Electrification Partnership Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The project includes for wiring the existing route configuration and at the existing line speeds.The works described within this Lot are deemed to include all supporting activities required to deliver the works including but not limited to:• Site establishment• Delivery and storage of equipment (access, RRAPs where required)• Enabling works• De-vegetation• Surveys (intrusive or otherwise)• Road closures• Traffic management• Passenger Management• Managing specialist sub-contractors• Supporting integration of all works through to hand back• Working collaboratively with the client team, other interfacing contractors and projects, design consultants engaged by the client, rail industry partners and stakeholders.

Value: 1200000000
Published: 2023-10-08
Deadline: 2023-12-01
1200000000 2023-10-08 2023-12-01
Network Rail Eastern Midland Main Line Electrification Partnership Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

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Published: 2023-10-06
Deadline:
2023-10-06
Network Rail Insurance Programme Market Engagement Event
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is for the provision of Network Rail's insurance programme, this excludes insurance brokerage services and claims handling services. Insurers must be a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulated body to write the class of insurance as set out/described in the lot section of this PIN. Network Rail and Network Rail's appointed insurance brokers Willis Towers Watson (WTW) will be hosting a market engagement event on the 16 October 2023 at 10:00am to be held virtually via Microsoft Teams. Eligible insurers who express an interest to attend will receive an invite from WTW. Please contact Samantha Dew via email: samantha.dew@wtwco.com to express your interest to attend this market engagement event. In addition to the market engagement event Network Rail and WTW would like interested insurers to complete the market engagement questionnaire which will assist Network Rail in understanding the current insurance market. The questionnaire is available in the link below. The deadline for responses for the questionnaire is 06 October 2023 only. https://forms.office.com/e/3DF2G35cfS

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Published: 2023-09-20
Deadline:
2023-09-20
Target 190plus Synthetic Environment for the Design & Test of Signalling Solutions (Phase 2 & 3)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The railway faces a major industry challenge, where the cost and volume of future signalling renewals is unsustainable. Over the next 15 years there is a need to deliver an increase of over 50% of the signalling renewals work at half the current price to achieve a sustainable, affordable railway that can meet customer needs and expectations.Britain must have a reliable, high performing railway that’s fit for the future, delivers financial value and provides operational performance in a safe and sustainable way. To reduce costs and increase access on the railway we are creating new ways of working and introducing new technology. The use of digital technology will improve the services to freight and passenger customers, causing less delays due to signalling failure and track closures for access to complete repairs and providing the opportunity for more trains to run where needed.We’re working across Industry to build a new approach for balancing research and development and engineering solutions with the needs of end users and customers.Target 190plus is a Network Rail Research & Development (R&D) programme that looks at the sustainability of the signalling systems on the network and the challenges these bring to the rail industry. It has the aim to reduce the current whole life cost of signalling from a unit rate of £419,000 to the required £190,000 by 2029 to enable the ETCS Long Term Deployment Plan to be achieved.Synthetic Environment is 1 of 29 projects, the programme will use to reduce costs, improve services for passengers and increase safety by automating signalling design processes, standardising system architectures, implementing faster renewals planning and introducing offsite testing and validation processes.Synthetic Environment Phase 1: concerned the development of detailed requirements for the SE, completed.This procurement event will seek a suitable supplier to deliver Phase 2 and 3 of theSynthetic Environment Project:Phase 2: Development of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) for SE and shadow mode runningPhase 3: Full SE capable of delivering all the foreseen technologyand scope options for F-CCS projectsDetailed requirements within the published tender documents.

Value: 10000000
Published: 2023-09-19
Deadline: 2023-10-16
10000000 2023-09-19 2023-10-16
Wagon Modules for Long Switch Transportation
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This is not a Contract Notice or an intention to issue a Contract Notice, rather a Prior Information Notice (PIN) for Network Rail to ascertain information about potential solutions that exist within the market for the supply of modules that can be used for the transport and deployment of Long Switches for the railway as more precisely defined within the PIN documentation issued. Requests to participate must be submitted by 12:00 17/10/2023 via BravoNR. In the event of queries, please only raise these directly with Network Rail via the BravoNR messaging function. Access details for the PIN can be found below: URL: https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/ PIN/PQQ Code: pqq_3222 Title: Prior Information Notice Regarding Wagon Module for Long Switch Transportation

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Published: 2023-09-18
Deadline:
2023-09-18
Gateline Supply and Maintenance Agreement
UK York NORTHERN TRAINS LIMITED

Northern Trains Limited (NTL), the "Utility", a Train Operating Company (TOC) that operates passenger rail services across the North of England, is undertaking this procurement process on behalf of a number of "Contracting Utilities" including Train Operating Companies in Great Britain, Network Rail, and a number of Local Transport Authorities. The requirement comprises a framework agreement for the supply and maintenance of Gateline Infrastructure that will enable members of the travelling public to access rail services at stations and other designated locations. The services include: a)Supply of New Gateline infrastructure, including the mechanical components required to control passenger access to designated areas; bank-card readers that possess the necessary certification for compliant use; ITSO card and bar-code readers; b)Installation and Commissioning Services - of Gateline Infrastructure including any required sourcing and supply arrangements, planning, permissions, civils works, connection to all systems and networks, testing and commissioning compliant with all rail industry and other required compliance requirements and standards. An option to decommission Gateline Infrastructure is included within these services; c)The option for Upgrades to existing Gateline components - as may be required so that existing infrastructure or components may be updated and improved to reflect latest functionality and standards; d)Maintenance and Operation - including Device Management to enable the operation of both new and updated Gateline Infrastructure to effective operational levels, providing an acceptable level of service to the public; and e)Demonstrable delivery of Social Value The key objective of the procurement is to establish a framework agreement with a single economic operator that will enable NTL "the Utility" (and the other Contracting Utilities listed on this notice) to enter into their own respective Agreements under the framework following conclusion of the procurement exercise. The nature of the Gateline Supply and Maintenance Agreement is that both supply, works and services will be 'called-off' by the Utility and Contracting Utilities in accordance with their specific requirements following contract award and in accordance with a 'call-off' procedure that will be subject to negotiation during the procurement process. The value of the Gateline Supply and Maintenance Agreement will therefore depend upon the level of subscription to the framework, however the estimated value is based upon supply and commissioning of 500 Gateline Infrastructure components and their operation and maintenance over the initial contract term and two extension periods. Northern Trains (NTL) has chosen to run the procurement under the negotiated procedure with a prior call for competition under Regulation 47 of the Utilities Contract Regulations 2016. Given the subject matter of the framework agreement and the exceptional circumstances that apply in respect of award of a contract to single economic operator and proprietary nature of maintenance and operation obligations, the term of the agreement will exceed 8 years as set out in Clause 51(3) of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. The contract term for the Gateline Supply and Maintenance Agreement is consequently a five-year initial term with two options for further 5-year extensions.

Value: 50000000
Published: 2023-09-14
Deadline: 2023-10-24
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Gateline Supply and Maintenance Agreement
UK York Northern Trains Limited

In addition to Northern Trains Ltd the participating Contracting Utilities to this agreement are: Official name Greater Man chester Combined Authority (GMCA) Postal address: Tootal Buildings, 56 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 6EU Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name Transport for the North Postal address: Ground Floor, West Gate, Grace Street Town Leeds Postal code LS1 2RP Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority Postal address: 11 Broad Street West Town Sheffield Postal code S1 2BQ Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Postal address: 1 Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1BP, UK. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive Postal address: Nexus House, St James' Boulevard Town Newcastle upon Tyne Postal code NE1 4AX Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Transport for West Midlands (West Midlands Combined Authority) Postal address: Centro House, 16 Summer Lane Town Birmingham Postal code B19 3SD Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: West Yorkshire Combined Authority Postal address: Wellington House, 40-50 Wellington Street Town Leeds Postal code LS1 2DE Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Trenitalia c2c Limited Postal address: 7th Floor, Centennium House, 100 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6DL. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: First Trenitalia West Coast Rail Limited Postal address: 8th Floor The Point, 37 North Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom, W2 1AF Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: The Chiltern Railway Company Limited Postal address: 1 Admiral Way, Doxford International Business Park, Sunderland SR3 3XP. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Abellio East Midlands Limited Postal address: 2nd Floor St Andrew's House, 18-20 St Andrew Street, London, EC4A 3AG. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Govia Thameslink Railway Ltd Postal address: 3rd Floor, 41-51 Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6EE Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: First Greater Western Limited Postal address: Milford House, 1 Milford Street, Swindon, SN1 1HL. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Abellio East Anglia Ltd Postal address: 2nd Floor St Andrew's House, 18-20 St Andrew Street, London, EC4A 3AG. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Heathrow Express Operating Company Limited. Postal address: The Compass Centre, Nelson Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW6 2GW Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------ Official name: London North Eastern Railway Limited. Postal address: West Offices, Station Rise, York,YO1 6GA Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------ Official name: West Midlands Trains Ltd Postal address: 2nd Floor St Andrew's House, 18-20 St Andrew Street, London, EC4A 3AG Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: MerseyRail Electrics 2002 Postal address: 9th Floor Rail House, Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool, L1 1JF Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: ScotRail Trains Ltd Postal address: Atrium Court, 50 Waterloo Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G2 6HQ Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: First MTR South Western Trains Limited Postal address: 8th Floor The Point, 37 North Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom, W2 1AF Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: SE Trains Limited Postal address: Second Floor, 4 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AU Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Govia Thameslink Railway Ltd. Postal address: 3rd Floor, 41-51 Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6EE. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------ Official name: Transpennine Trains Limited Postal address: Great Minster House, 2nd Floor Franchise Resilience And Mobilisation Team, 33 Horseferry Road, London, England, SW1P 4DR Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Transport for Wales Ltd Postal address: 3 Llys Cadwyn, Pontypridd, CF37 4TH. Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Eurostar International Ltd Postal address: 6th Floor, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, England, N1 9AG Country United Kingdom (UK) - ------------------- Official name: Network Rail Limited Postal address: Waterloo General Office, London, United Kingdom, SE1 8SW Country United Kingdom (UK) ------------------- To view this notice, please click here:

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Published: 2023-09-13
Deadline:
2023-09-13
Unmanned Aerial Systems Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Requests for further information and any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Graham.Holbrook@networkrail.co.uk Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-09-08
Deadline:
2023-09-08
Provision of Helicopter Services to Deliver Aerial Survey Work
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Further information covering the anticipated technical specifications for this requirement is available on request and it is strongly suggested that interested parties consider these requirements. The Information covers: Aircraft Requirements and Availability Pilot Availability and Competence Profile Sensors, Camera Equipment and Systems Provision of Personal Protective Equipment Provision of Information Technology Flight Bases and Facilities requirements Requests for further information and any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Graham.Holbrook@networkrail.co.uk Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-08-25
Deadline:
2023-08-25
Drainage Clearance and Surveys Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note that any content received via response to this Notice will be used purely for information purposes only and will not be deemed as forming part of any proposed bid now, or any potential future tender. This Notice does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this Notice and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this Notice. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any Notice event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016, as updated from time to time. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice issued does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement.

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Published: 2023-08-24
Deadline:
2023-08-24
Clapham Junction Fire Safety Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail has issued a parallel running pre-qualification and invitation to tender package. This has been published by Network Rail via BravoNR. If you would like to participate please register using the following web address https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/ by the deadline of 12:00 (noon) on 3rd September 2023 . This is open for anyone to register

Value: 5000000
Published: 2023-08-15
Deadline: 2023-09-13
5000000 2023-08-15 2023-09-13
Traction Power Modelling - Request for Interest
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note that any content received via response to this Notice will be used purely for information purposes only and will not be deemed as forming part of any proposed bid now, or any potential future tender. This Notice does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this Notice and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this Notice. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any Notice event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016, as updated from time to time.

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Published: 2023-08-11
Deadline:
2023-08-11
Instrumented Rail Clamp System Requirements. Wales & Western Region
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note that any content received via response to this PIN will be used purely for information purposes only and will not be deemed as forming part of any proposed bid now, or any potential future tender. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016.

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Published: 2023-07-24
Deadline:
2023-07-24
Eastern Region Level Crossing Lift and Replace Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note this activity and any communication from it will cease immediately should a formal competition be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Charlotte.davis@networkrail.co.uk. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-07-21
Deadline:
2023-07-21
Network Rail Internal Audit Tender
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

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Published: 2023-07-19
Deadline:
2023-07-19
Training Content Library
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to this PIN. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Should you wish to respond to this RFI please complete the attached document titled “Digital Content Library RFI Submission Template”, which can be accessed via the link and instructions below: Follow the following link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html From the welcome screen, access the “View Current Opportunities” link and select “Digital Content Library - Request for Information (RFI)". Click on the attachment – “Digital Content Library RFI Submission Template”. Supplier responses should be completed through responding to questions within this provided excel document. Once completed, please send your excel submission document via email as attachment to tom.weatherley@networkrail.co.uk with the email subject "Digital Content Library RFI Submission". The response deadline for this RFI is Wednesday 27th July 2023. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to tom.weatherley@networkrail.co.uk. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance, should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-07-13
Deadline:
2023-07-13
Pre-Market Engagement: Isolations & Associated Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Olivia.Carroll2@networkrail.co.uk Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-07-05
Deadline:
2023-07-05
Pre-Market Engagement: Isolations & Associated Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Olivia.Carroll2@networkrail.co.uk Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-07-05
Deadline:
2023-07-05
Pre-Market Engagement: Isolations & Associated Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Olivia.Carroll2@networkrail.co.uk Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-07-05
Deadline:
2023-07-05
Data Loggers
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Responding to this PIN is an excellent opportunity to engage, share relevant information and provide each other with feedback. Should you wish to respond, please complete the attached document titled “Data Loggers - RFI Submission Template”, this can be accessed via the link and instructions below: 1. Follow the link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html 2. From the welcome screen, access the “View Current Opportunities” link and select “Data Loggers". 3. Click on the attachment – “Data Loggers - RFI Submission Template”. Supplier should be responding to questions in the excel document. 4. Once completed please send your RFI Submission Template via email to aggie.kozlowska@networkrail.co.uk with the email subject "Data Loggers RFI". The response deadline for this RFI is the 1st of August 2023. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to aggie.kozlowska@networkrail.co.uk Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information. Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016.

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Published: 2023-07-04
Deadline:
2023-07-04
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks relating to Capital Delivery Works (Phase 2): Framework Category A
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to appoint two regional framework suppliers to deliver a proportion of the large projects workbank across the North West & Central region for projects with a value between £7m and £200m. The scope of works and services which Network Rail may require is multi-disciplinary across the following three disciplines:Civil Engineering, which includes but is not limited to;• Civil engineering works forming and protecting the railway corridor, incorporating structures whether under/over bridge construction, earthwork/geotechnical operations, retaining wall structures and ancillary highway modifications or projects.Buildings, which includes but is not limited to;• works to existing and new: stations, depots, platforms and car-parks, operational and other line side buildings including structures / walkways and systems associated with such locations.Railway Engineering, which includes but is not limited to;• projects comprising of signalling, permanent way, switches and crossings, associated structure modifications, telecoms and electrification work, and works associated with capacity and line speed improvements. This may include power supply and distribution of electricity for traction and non traction use required for the management of the operational railway.The scope of the works for the three disciplines includes:• Feasibility• Survey, investigation, and reporting• Option selection (involving outline methodology)• Outline and detailed design (including temporary works)• Implementation (including demolition)• Commissioning • Hand back into maintenance• Statutory consents and permissions• If directed, third party access agreementsThe projects to be delivered under Framework Category A may be for the renewal, replacement, refurbishment or enhancement of existing assets, or relate to new assets.Two Suppliers will be awarded a framework agreement for Lot A1 covering the Region. Network Rail intends to allocate works to the relevant supplier using a direct award process on a ‘next in line’ allocation as set out in the framework agreement. The two framework suppliers will be allocated projects with an estimated final cost between £50m and £200m on a rotational basis. In addition, these two framework suppliers will also be allocated projects with an estimated final cost between £7m and £50 on a rotation basis along with the two Lot A2 framework suppliers (see further description below for Lot A2). The estimated value stated at Section II.2.6 relates to the portion of works anticipated to be allocated on an equal basis (as far as possible) such that each of the two frameworks awarded in Lot A1 would have an estimated anticipated value in the range of £145m to £155.375m.

Value: 490000000
Published: 2023-06-20
Deadline: 2023-07-28
490000000 2023-06-20 2023-07-28
The Installation and Hire of Large Output Generators for Temporary Power Supplies Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note this activity and any communication from it will cease immediately should a formal competition be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Charlotte.davis@networkrail.co.uk. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-06-14
Deadline:
2023-06-14
Market Engagement Event: Northern Powerhouse Rail / Integrated Rail Plan Development & Design Services Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness, and transparency. In addition, we encourage the participation of Small Medium Enterprises, commonly known as SMEs. All information provided on Network Rail's current thinking as part of the market engagement exercise (including the contents of this notice and the Request for Information) should be considered indicative in nature and no overall decision on the delivery model has yet been made. The market engagement exercise is not a formal request for expressions of interest. Participation or non-participation in this exercise will not confer any advantage or disadvantage on any person in respect of any future competitive procurement process. However, the results of the market engagement exercise (including written responses and any clarification questions or meetings) may be used to shape and refine the delivery model before any formal competitive procurement process is launched. Respondents should note that information provided in response to the market engagement exercise may (at Network Rail's discretion) be disclosed by Network Rail to its directly appointed advisers and consultants (all of whom are subject to obligations of confidentiality as part of their appointment). The information provided in responses may also be disclosed, in a suitably summarised and anonymised form, to other stakeholders and to other interested persons. Notwithstanding that, where any response (or any part of it) is genuinely commercially sensitive, the respondent should make this clear, and Network Rail will not include that in any wider publication (beyond its directly appointed advisers and consultants). Network Rail is not obliged to respond to any correspondence related to the market engagement exercise. Direct or indirect canvassing of Network Rail (or any person connected with it) by any person concerning the market engagement exercise, or any attempt to procure information outside of the defined process is discouraged and may (in certain circumstances) require the disqualification of the relevant person(s) from participation in any future competitive procurement process. Any costs of participation in this market engagement exercise will be borne by the respondent. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. All information provided by Network Rail during this market engagement exercise is at an early stage of development, is not intended by Network Rail to create any contract or other commitment and is not intended by Network Rail to be otherwise relied on by any person to any extent. Network Rail shall have no liability for any losses incurred by any person as a result any such reliance. As a reminder, this is not a call for competition.

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Published: 2023-06-13
Deadline:
2023-06-13
Weedspray Planning and Management
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail has a requirement for the planning and management of the annual weedspray season on a national basis.

Value: 3000000
Published: 2023-05-18
Deadline: 2023-06-16
3000000 2023-05-18 2023-06-16
Provision of Client Interactive Safety Training
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The contract form of tender shall be NR1 which will include clauses that Network Rail retains or shares Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of the end-product with the appointed provider

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Published: 2023-04-27
Deadline:
2023-04-27
Network Rail Eastern Routes Partnership Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The scope of work type to be delivered includes but not limited to the following:- Building/civils and associated mechanical and electrical works for: Buildings (Station & Lineside), Light Maintenance Depots, Maintenance Delivery Units, Platform, Canopies, Train sheds, Footbridges, Car Parks and roads and Asbestos contaminated buildings.Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) for: Lifts and escalators, Cable route works, Mechanical, Electrical, Depot plant, Lifts and Escalators and Cable route works Structural works for: Underbridges, Preventative Tunnel interventions, Culverts, Overbridges, Tunnel Repair, Retaining structures, Footbridges, Equipment support structures (signal posts/OLE gantries) and Scour Works Geotechnic works for: Earthwork Embankment, Condition monitoring, Earthwork Soil Cutting, Earthwork Rock Cuttings, Drainage and Off-Track.

Value: 3500000000
Published: 2023-04-22
Deadline: 2023-06-02
3500000000 2023-04-22 2023-06-02
Network Rail Eastern Routes Partnership Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The ERP has been scoped to take into account the priorities of NR relating to economic, social and environmental well-being. These priorities are described in the procurement documents. Projects will be allocated annually. Projects will first be allocated to the Generalist of Specialist level. Projects will then be allocated between contractors (where there is more than one at that level) and will be based on ensuring an equitable allocation of relevant projects for the year between contractors. This will be based on the following 3 factors: (a) Value in monetary terms based on the budget available for of Projects. (b) Risk profile of Projects (as assessed by the Client and being the risk attendant to the relevant Generalist Contractor for each Project) such as stakeholder requirements, consents requirements, access and site conditions/ restrictions, programme restrictions, design complexity and external interfaces for example. (c) Where applicable, Development Projects' Client Priority Levels. The share of work which a contractor is entitled to can be reduced by up to 25% based on KPI performance. The process for allocation of projects is set out in Part 2 of the ERP. Additional information for section IV.1.3) Extended term is necessary due to: Upfront Investment: The extended contract duration is required to provide sufficient time for suppliers to recoup the upfront investment expected to expedite the establishment of a fully functioning partnership delivery model. Cultural/Organisational Alignment: Sophisticated alliance/partnership models require embedded cultural and people alignment that can only be achieved over a longer period through relationship management and coaching. Programme Flexibility: Political and budgetary changes will require flexibility over the term to achieve programme outcomes. A 10 year term enables maximum flexibility to manage scheme and budget adjustments. Working Practices: The new delivery model will represent a change in Network Rail working practices and procedures. An increased term will enable Network Rail to embed the necessary step change in maturity working in collaboration with the Partners to achieve the required outcomes. Standardisation: A longer term contract is essential to realise primary benefit of design standardisation, requiring investment in time, resource and lessons learned. Skills Shortage: Infrastructure spend in the UK is forecasted to increase in the next 10 years. In parallel the industry is seeing skills and resource shortages. To submit a PQQ for this Tender, register for a free account at https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk. Click the 'PQQs Open To All Suppliers' link. Click on the relevant PQQ to access the content. Click the 'Express Interest' button at the top of the page. Network Rail reserves the right:- 1. not to accept the highest scoring, or any, tender. 2. cancel the competition or part of it for any reason, and Participants' costs will not be reimbursed. 3. not to award any contract as a result of this tendering exercise commenced by publication of this notice; and 4. to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the tendering competition; and in no circumstances will Network Rail be liable for any costs incurred by Participants. Participants should note that tenders are submitted at the supplier's own cost and risk. Further information is provided in the Procurement Documents.

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Published: 2023-04-21
Deadline:
2023-04-21
Pre-market Engagement- [Network Rail- Health Cash Plans]
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

To access the Soft Market Engagement document please go to our Bravo Site and select view current opportunities.https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html

Value:
Published: 2023-04-21
Deadline:
2023-04-21
Pre-Market Engagement: Network Rail Digital Footfall Solution
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to Charlotte.Green2@networkrail.co.uk. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information.

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Published: 2023-04-18
Deadline:
2023-04-18
Project Management Support for Carlisle Southern Link Road
UK Carlisle Cumberland Council

Cumberland Council is undertaking construction of Carlisle Southern Link Road.Carlisle Southern Link Road (CSLR) will connect Junction 42 of the M6 with the A595 and will connect with Carlisle Northern Development route from the A595 to Junction 44 of the M6. The CSLR is an 8km road (60mph) which will include four new roundabouts, five cycle bridges and four road bridges and a cycle path along the northern side along its full length. Two of the bridges will cross Network Rail assets (West Coast Main Line and Cumbrian Coast Line) with one of these bridges also crossing the River Caldew.The new road will facilitate the development of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village in Carlisle, part of the Government’s Garden Towns programme. St Cuthbert’s Garden Village is planned to include the development of 10,325 new homes, new employment opportunities and community facilities along with the new southern link road. CSLR will relieve congestion in Carlisle, improve strategic east-west connectivity and provide the access and network capacity to enable the successful delivery of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village.The project is in the process of awarding the main construction contract with the anticipated start date for construction on site in June 2023.Cumberland Council is seeking to appoint a Professional Services provider to support the existing Carlisle Southern Link Road client team by providing project management and commercial resources and specialist input and advice to team. Expected support will include some core staff anticipated to be employed throughout the duration of the works and additional project and programme resources to backfill roles as and when required.

Value: 1500000
Published: 2023-04-15
Deadline: 2023-05-15
1500000 2023-04-15 2023-05-15
Drug and Alcohol Testing - Random and For Cause
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail intends to award a contract to a single supplier for the provision of drug and alcohol testing - random and for cause. The technical specification includes (but is not limited to) the following requirements:• Testing to be conducted on Network Rail work locations throughout the Scotland, England and Wales and will accommodate shift working inclusive of night working and weekends;• ‘For cause’ and post incident testing required to be within 2hrs of notification from Network Rail. This service shall be available 24/7/365;• Primary method of Drug testing will be Point of Contact testing (POCT) for urine, with laboratory confirmation required for non-negative samples within 3 days. Alcohol testing is carried out using breath analysis. Network Rail may consider alternative methods of testing during term of contract should there be a sound business and evidence-based reason to make any changes;• Provision of Medical Review Officer (MRO) for medical review and confirmation of positive results;• Provision of POCT Testing Kits; • Account and Contract Management; and• Management Information and Reporting

Value: 3908200
Published: 2023-04-12
Deadline: 2023-04-27
3908200 2023-04-12 2023-04-27
Digitisation of Training Technology
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Limited

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following UK procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. Should you wish to respond to this RFI please complete the attached document titled “Digitisation of Training Technology – RFI Submission Template”, this can be accessed via the link and instructions below. Follow the link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html From the welcome screen, access the “View Current Opportunities” link and select “Digitisation of Training Technology ". Click on the attachment – “Digitisation of Training Technology – RFI Submission Template” Supplier responses should be responding to questions with excel document, as well as preparing a demonstration/presentation of their capabilities that can be shared within scheduled workshop Once completed please send your excel submission document via email as attachment to sonia.diosee@networkrail.co.uk with the email subject "Digitisation of Training Technology RFI". The response deadline for this RFI is 14th April 2023. Suppliers who respond to this request for information who meet our requirements will be provided with the opportunity to demonstrate their solution to the Network Rail project team via Microsoft Teams within a 2 weeks’ period from 24th April 2023, the session will be held for an hour with approximately 30 mins for questions.​ The RFI demonstration meeting is exploratory only and does not form part of a competitive tender exercise. All discussion and related RFI demonstration collateral shall not be shared with any third parties; The meeting will be recorded and only shared with those individuals who form part of the project team. This will be for audit purposes and to share with any of the project team unable to make the demonstration. If you do not wish for your demo to be recorded, then please make this known to procurement in advance. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to sonia.diosee@networkrail.co.uk. Network Rail would like to thank you in advance should you wish to respond to this Request for Information

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Published: 2023-03-24
Deadline:
2023-03-24
Train Control Systems Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Following previous market briefing event for this procurement (advertised by notice: 2022/S 000-019181), held on 20 July 2022, Network Rail finalised its sourcing strategy and the approach for this procurement event and held a further launch event on 10 March 2023 (advertised by notice: 2023/S 000-006216). A recording of the launch event on 10 March 2023 is available as part of the procurement documents. The figure stated in II.1.5) Estimated total value relates to the maximum value for the duration of the frameworks. The estimated total value ranges between £3bn and £4bn for both lots. Precise overall spend under the TCS Frameworks will depend on a number of factors including Control Period funding and the output of business case processes. Lot 1 - Conventional: £750m - £1bn Lot 2 - Digital: £2.25bn - £3bn The figure stated in IV.1.3 relates to the envisaged maximum number of suppliers to be appointed to the framework agreement per Lot. The TCSF frameworks are intended to be used for major conventional signalling projects and the delivery of ETCS. Examples of conventional projects which may be commissioned under Lot 1: TCS Framework - Conventional include: • Large/complex conventional signalling renewals for which the predominant discipline will typically be the signalling element; and • Large/complex enhancement projects with major infrastructure alterations whereby the associated signalling and train control infrastructure is subject to major modifications or replaced. In both examples, the signalling scope would be commissioned through Lot 1: TCS Framework - Conventional, and other disciplines / adjacent non-signalling infrastructure works if required would be sourced by Network Rail (via market competition or existing frameworks) • Significant/complex signalling scope connected to the separate sourcing of the planning, with integration and design of the works under an enterprise style venture by the region. In this example, the signalling scope would be commissioned through Lot 1: TCS Framework – Conventional but the appointed TCSF supplier would work on a day to day basis with the regionally appointed signalling integrator (acting on behalf of the client). Other conventional signalling work will still be sourced by regional teams via separate arrangements outside of the Lot 1: TCS Framework – Conventional -whether signalling only or as part of a multi-disciplinary scheme. This scope of this conventional signalling work will typically comprise: • Minor non-complex or medium complexity conventional signalling renewal or enhancement schemes which do not involve deployment of a new signalling system; and • Large complex enhancement projects may be placed outside of the TCS framework Lot 1 but these will typically be where the predominant discipline is not the signalling element and/or where the signalling scope requires extensions to signalling system rather than major modifications or the deployment of a new signalling system. Pre-qualification: Organisations wishing to express an interest in this opportunity must complete and submit a PQQ response by the date specified in Section IV.2.2. Submitting a response to this notice does not guarantee that a candidate will be invited to tender.Network Railreserves the right to disqualify any candidate who provides information or confirmations which later prove to be untrue or incorrect; does not supply the information required by the PQQ or as otherwise directed during the procurement event; or does not meet the criteria stated in the PQQ. A pack of procurement documents (including the PQQ instructions and questionnaire) is being made available at https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk In order to access the procurement documents, interested organisations must register on the Bravo system (via the link above). If there are any difficulties in registering or accessing the procurement documents, please contact Network Rail via the email address stated in Section I.

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Published: 2023-03-17
Deadline:
2023-03-17
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks relating to Capital Delivery Works (Phase 2)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2023-03-13
Deadline:
2023-03-13
Audit & Inspections of Property Managed Commercial Assets across Network Rails Regional and Central Departments.
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail (NR) requires 4 framework suppliers (Consultants) to undertake and complete the statutory compliance and general planned preventative maintenance (PPM) inspections/audits of Network Rail’s commercial properties, including freight sites; the retained commercial estate and other properties, including the capacity for inspecting retail units within managed stations that are owned/managed by NR across all regional and central departments.It is envisaged that additional requirements such as arch co estate and development sites will be added to the list of properties during the framework agreement period.Inspectors must have a minimum of HNC/NVQ level 4 in a construction related subject and a minimum of 2 years building condition inspection experience. Building inspectors must have a broad knowledge of building & land statutory compliance, legislation, and maintenance as well as sufficient experience in undertaking such matters. Suppliers are required to carry out all of the required inspections/audits in full compliance with statutory regulation, Health & Safety legislation, Rail Safety Standard Boards requirements, Network Rail standards, HSE Guidance, and industry best practice etc.This framework will also give the relevant Property team complete visibility of assets as part of this service and requires all inspection/audit reports and associated photographs, documents, evidence etc. to be uploaded against the Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN) to Network Rail’ digital system known as iAuditor on a periodic basis and overall periodic compliance dashboards are to be provided. Access to the relevant digital platforms can be requested by the contractor and once the request has been approved can be provisioned by Network Rail. The contractor must notify Network Rail when a member of staff leaves, or no longer needs access, such that the relevant licenses and access can be removed.This contract has a customer service driven element which can be defined as providing guidance, support and encouragement when it comes to addressing the needs and welfare of tenants in the context of meeting statutory and NR best practice H&S standards. As such the Property inspection officers will be expected to interact with tenants, respective stakeholders, and members of the public in a professional and courteous manner using excellent communication skills and logging and recording all contacts.Suppliers will be required to advise the Property team on changes to statutory compliance requirements, and assist the Property team in:• Maintaining the Property Inspections Master Matrix• Updating on legal requirements• Updating on regulatory changes, or changes in statute• Provision of best practice in all of these inspection requirements• Produce periodic management reports to the Regional LeadsThe scope includes inspecting the buildings/arches and land to provide Network Rail with assurance that tenants are up to date with all statutory compliance and general servicing & maintenance requirement. It is required that this assurance is evidenced by viewing maintenance records, certificates, records and so on as well as by visual observations where appropriate.

Value: 10000000
Published: 2023-03-10
Deadline: 2023-04-14
10000000 2023-03-10 2023-04-14
HD050 - 20 A180 Bridge Structures - Cleethorpes Road Flyover and Gilby Road Flyover Repairs
UK GRIMSBY NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL

This tender includes works to both Cleethorpes Road and Gilby Road Flyovers. Works to both bridges include bridge deck re-waterproofing, concrete repairs, replacing bridge expansion joints and sealant, repaint steel casings on pier columns, erosion protection repair, full carriageway/footway resurfacing, road markings and road studs. As well as this, Gilby Road includes renewal of all bearings.The principal contractor is to provide all enabling and access works as part of this tender. The principal contractor will be also responsible for all temporary works including bridge jacking for the installation of the bearings, and all necessary statutory body approvals including Network Rail.

Value: 8000000
Published: 2023-02-25
Deadline: 2023-05-19
8000000 2023-02-25 2023-05-19
Aerial Derived Data Repository RFI
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This is a request for information from Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd regarding the potential re-tender of the Aerial Derived Data Repository System. This request is for information purposes only. Network Rail is a public body that maintains a network which includes 20,000 miles of track, 30,000 bridges, 20 managed stations across the GBUK and thousands of signals and level crossings. The Network Rail Air Operations team sit within Route Services, the central Network Rail business function, and is looking to retender its current aerial derived data repository system. This should accommodate the increased growth in image size and quality while removing the reliance on hardware specific image accuracy data. The system currently in use is a cloud-based image collaboration tool that helps to manage, view, maintain and analyse the network. Any potential tender will be launched via the Supplier Qualification System, any supplier wishing to bid for any future tender should register for this system by July 2023. More information can be found in the 2023 Aerial Derived Data Repository RFI document, any further questions should be directed to Lauren.Scanlon@networkrail.co.uk and responses should be submitted by the 31st of March 2023. Opportunity Listing URL Here https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/guest/go/opportunity/detail?opportunityId=55712

Value:
Published: 2023-02-20
Deadline:
2023-02-20
Aerial Derived Data Repository RFI
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This is a request for information from Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd regarding the potential re-tender of the Aerial Derived Data Repository System. This request is for information purposes only. Network Rail is a public body that maintains a network which includes 20,000 miles of track, 30,000 bridges, 20 managed stations across the GBUK and thousands of signals and level crossings. The Network Rail Air Operations team sit within Route Services, the central Network Rail business function, and is looking to retender its current aerial derived data repository system. This should accommodate the increased growth in image size and quality while removing the reliance on hardware specific image accuracy data. The system currently in use is a cloud-based image collaboration tool that helps to manage, view, maintain and analyse the network. Any potential tender will be launched via the Supplier Qualification System, any supplier wishing to bid for any future tender should register for this system by July 2023. More information can be found in the 2023 Aerial Derived Data Repository RFI document, any further questions should be directed to Lauren.Scanlon@networkrail.co.uk and responses should be submitted by the 31st of March 2023.

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Published: 2023-02-20
Deadline:
2023-02-20
Supply of Multi-modal Wagons for Network Rail
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2023-02-14
Deadline:
2023-02-14
Securing an Organisational Licence for great crested newts: Network Rail North West & Central Region
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Securing an Organisational Licence for great crested newts: Network Rail North West & Central Region

Value: 100000
Published: 2023-02-04
Deadline: 2023-02-24
100000 2023-02-04 2023-02-24
Securing an Organisational Licence for great crested newts: Network Rail North West & Central Region
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2023-02-03
Deadline:
2023-02-03
FW053 Supply of Rail
UK Belfast Ulsterbus

Translink owns, operates and maintains the rail network in Northern Ireland comprising circa 300 miles of plain line track and 200 sets of switches and crossings.  We wish to establish a multi-Supplier Framework for manufacture and supply of rail to support the delivery of Translink’s programme of capital and maintenance works. Rails required will be CEN56E1 profile in R260, premium and corrosion resistant grades as approved for use on Network Rail. The framework will initially run for 4 years with options to extend up to a maximum of a further 4 years. We would like to receive expressions of interest from suppliers with a proven track record in the supply of rail. NOTE THIS CFT IS NOT A CALL FOR TENDER. PLEASE ENSURE YOU DOWNLOAD AND READ THE PRE-TENDER MARKET ENGAGEMENT QUESTIONNARE WHICH IS AVAILABLE FROM THE "CFT DOCUMENTS" AREA OF THE CFT. YOUR RESPONSE TO THIS PRE-TENDER MARKET ENGAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE MUST BE SUBMITTED AS AN ATTACHMENT VIA THE eTendersNI SECURE MESSAGING AREA OF THE Cft. THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES IS 15.00 14th February 2023. Please note: the procedure selected for this Pre-Market Engagement is not indicative of the procurement procedure to follow.

Value: 1
Published: 2023-01-25
Deadline:
1 2023-01-25
Access Planning Tool
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This notice is not a call for competition. Network Rail will determine the appropriate procurement route having considered the responses (if any) to this notice. The publication of this notice does not constitute any level of confirmation or commitment by Network Rail as to whether or not (or how) it will procure the provision of these services. The estimated date of publication of contract notice in II.3 is therefore entirely provisional and completed only because it is a mandatory field for this notice and is not a commitment by Network Rail to publish a contract notice or to otherwise advertise, or run, any competitive procurement process.

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Published: 2022-11-25
Deadline:
2022-11-25
Design Contest-Track Buckle Risk and Detection
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The onset of hot weather brings with it the risk of track buckling if high rail temperatures are combined with deficiencies within the track system (i.e., incorrect rail stress, disturbed / deficient ballast, lateral alignment faults, incorrect rail joint gaps, etc.). Ideally, all such deficiencies should be eliminated before the hot weather season starts. As air temperatures increase during periods of hot weather, rail temperatures also increase. Metals expand and contract as the temperature changes. If a length of steel rail is rigidly clamped at both ends and then heated, the metal expands and is put under compression until the force becomes too great and exceeds the track systems lateral resistance forces.A PIN was run in early 2021 to determine the levels of pre-market engagement of this challenge statement which received a strong response. Network Rail would like to invite prospective suppliers to complete Phase 1 and 2 of the Track Buckle Risk and Detection Tender we are putting out which will ask a range of Qualification, Technical and Commercial questions. The documents required to determine your decision to participate are attached in the Opportunity listing - . https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/guest/go/opportunity/detail?opportunityId=53140To access the instruction and guidance on how to be a part of the tender please follow the below steps to access the ITT for Track Buckle Risk and Detection:1. Follow the link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html2. From the welcome screen, access ITT_14637 and ITT_14638Please note: The deadline for this tender is 19/12/2022 17:00pm and you must complete both Phase 1 and 2 ITT’s to be considered for this contract.

Value:
Published: 2022-11-23
Deadline:
2022-11-23
Workplace Drug and Alcohol testing On Network Rail sites - Random and For Cause testing
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2022-10-28
Deadline:
2022-10-28
The Provision of Physiotherapy Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail seeks to award a contract to a single supplier for the provision of physiotherapy services. The scope of services includes (but is not limited to) the following:• Referrals• Telephone Initial Assessments (TIA)• Face to face physiotherapy• Remote management• Guided self-help• Management Reporting• Functional Restoration Programme (FRP)• Online Digital Resources• Onsite clinic service delivery• Miscellaneous other services

Value: 2360000
Published: 2022-10-19
Deadline: 2022-11-16
2360000 2022-10-19 2022-11-16
CCTV Drainage
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Purpose of RFI: The purpose of this RFI is to engage with the supply base and request information relating to the solutions available in the market, specifically this RFI will look to address the following areas: • Identify suitable suppliers available in the market. • Identify the functionality and capabilities of the products available in the market. Expression of Interest The Customer is looking to tender this requirement in the near future. Any potential tender event in relation to this requirement will be issued via the Network Rail procurement platform – BravoNR. The Customer is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following EU procurement regulations. The Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Responding to this RFI 0. If not already registered in Bravo, please see the link in the EOI Briefing document 1. Once registered in Bravo 2. From the welcome screen, access the “View Current Opportunities” link and select “29692 - Drainage CCTV Camera's''. 3. Any questions or clarifications in respect of this RFI should be addressed to angela.nurse@networkrail.co.uk 4. Please express your interest via in Bravo, by completing the EOI and PQQ questions by 04/11/2022 Should you have any queries or any difficulties with the registration, please contact the Bravo Helpdesk on: − Phone: 0800 069 8630 − Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Any questions can be raised in Bravo or by emailing angela.nurse@networkrail.co.uk with the email subject "CCTV Drainage RFI [Company Name] " NB: Although the draft ITT documents are attached to this “Expression of Interest” (EOI) stages, these are provided for your information only and you are not required to complete unless otherwise stated.

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Published: 2022-10-11
Deadline:
2022-10-11
Supply of Y33 Bogies and Wheelsets for Overhead Line Engineering Trains (OLET) KFA Vehicles
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to procure a variety of new Y33 bogies and wheelsets for the Overhead Line Engineering Train’s (OLET) KFA vehicles. The requirement is as follows:Y33 bogies (OEM is WH Davies) Idle Bogies x12Idle Wheelsets x24

Value: 800000
Published: 2022-10-06
Deadline: 2022-11-07
800000 2022-10-06 2022-11-07
The Provision of Occupational Health Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to award a framework contract for the provision of occupational health services to support the Occupational Health and Wellbeing vision for Network Rail. The technical specification includes (but is not limited to) the following key requirements:• Occupational health physician services;• OH nurse/ advisor services;• Specialist services;• Other services – including (but not limited to) Sharps line: 24/7 helpline for employees exposed to a needle stick injury and a medication enquiry line;• Drugs and Alcohol testing – pre-placement and periodic drugs and alcohol testing;• Account and contract management; and • Management Information and reporting

Value: 6880000
Published: 2022-10-04
Deadline: 2022-11-02
6880000 2022-10-04 2022-11-02
Carlisle Southern Link Road
UK Carlisle Cumbria County Council

The Carlisle Southern Link Road (CSLR) will connect Junction 42 of the M6 with the A595 and will connect with Carlisle Northern Development route from the A595 to Junction 44 of the M6. The CSLR is an 8km road (60mph) which will include four new roundabouts, five cycle bridges and four road bridges and a cycle path along the northern side along its full length. Two of the bridges will cross Network Rail assets (West Coast Main Line and Cumbrian Coast Line) with one of these bridges also crossing the River Caldew.St Cuthbert’s Garden Village in Carlisle is part of the Government’s Garden Towns programme. St Cuthbert’s Garden Village is planned to include the development of 10,325 new homes, new employment opportunities and community facilities along with a new southern link road. The CSLR will relieve congestion in Carlisle, improve strategic east-west connectivity and provide the access and network capacity to enable the successful delivery of St Cuthbert’s Garden VillageThe Council are seeking to appoint a lead Principal (CDM 2015) Contractor to provide all necessary Design & Engineering, Labour, Equipment, Plant & Materials to undertake all works associated with the delivery of the above scheme.The construction contract will be under an NEC4 June 17 (amend Jan 19) ECC Option C (Target Contract with Activity Schedule Contract) as amended by additional option clauses including the Council ‘Z’ clauses.

Value: 150000000
Published: 2022-10-01
Deadline: 2022-11-11
150000000 2022-10-01 2022-11-11
Asbestos Survey and Consultancy Services Framework
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This tender event is for the supply of asbestos consultancy services for use across the 5 Regions and all Network Rail functions. The consultancy services are required for asbestos identification, air fibre monitoring and training services. This framework is not for Asbestos removals/Works.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2022-08-26
Deadline: 2022-09-24
4000000 2022-08-26 2022-09-24
Mobile Connectivity and Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The scope of this procurement is for the delivery of Mobile Connectivity and Services for the whole of Network Rail. These services include:• Tariffs to provide mobile communications connectivity and data• Interactive messaging services; the purchasing of mobile hardware• Service management to support hardware, tariffs, and messaging services (post transition)• Hardware renewals once in liveAdditionally, Network Rail is seeking mobile device management and hardware asset management services, to be articulated at the ITT stage, and optioned at the contract award phase. Mobile device management will be achieved by way of reactive and preventative maintenance, and improvement via releases and patches to agreed levels of service.Please note all relevant documents are available to download in the supplier attachments section of the PQQ on BravoNR.

Value: 76000000
Published: 2022-08-23
Deadline: 2022-09-21
76000000 2022-08-23 2022-09-21
PR23 recalibration of the Network Rail passenger Schedule 8 regime
UK London Office of Rail and Road

See II.1.4. Short description

Value:
Published: 2022-08-10
Deadline: 2022-09-09
2022-08-10 2022-09-09
Framework for the provision of legal services in support of ScotRail’s New Trains Procurement Programme
UK Glasgow ScotRail Trains Limited (Utilities)

ScotRail Trains (SRT) plans to replace 65% of its train fleet (around 675 carriages) in the period 2027 to 2035. Nine of the eleven sub fleets of trains currently operated will be replaced as leases expire and it becomes uneconomical to life extend trains for continued operation. As part of this programme SRT will decarbonise our entire train fleet helping Scottish Government deliver a key milestone in transitioning Scotland to a net zero economy. All existing diesel trains will be withdrawn and replaced with new trains powered by overhead electric wires, batteries or hydrogen. As well as eliminating carbon emissions from passenger rail services in Scotland, this will transform our customer offer improving journey comfort, accessibility and reliability. We will reduce operating costs and improve the consistency of offer to customers by consolidating the number of different sub fleets we operate from the existing eleven to, ideally, five.This transformation will be delivered through three procurement competitions:- Phase 1 2022-23 - we will procure a new fleet of suburban trains which will enter passenger service between 2027 and 2030. These trains will connect local communities with Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen.- Phase 2 2024-25 (indicative) we will procure a new fleet of trains for our rural routes.- Phase 3 2025-26 (indicative) we will procure a new fleet of intercity trains to connect the central belt with Aberdeen and Inverness.SRT require legal advice services to support us in running efficient and compliant procurement competitions which deliver trains which meet our customer, technical and operational requirements whilst providing value for money for the taxpayer. Value for money extends beyond the capital and operating cost of the new trains to include the economic and societal benefits which can be delivered for local communities and businesses through such significant investment from Scottish Government. Ensuring the new trains are constructed in a manner which minimises the impact on the environment will also be a key factor in delivering a successful sustainable procurement.The first phase of the new trains programme will be to procure a new fleet of suburban electric and battery electric multiple units (EMU and BEMU). Including options, the suburban procurement is envisaged to cover around 120 units comprising around 550 vehicles. We envisage the minimum core order being 64 units and 295 vehicles.The scope of the procurement will also include Maintenance services – tenderers will be required to submit options for both a Technical Services Agreement and Technical Support and Spares Supply Agreement and a decision on the route which provides best overall value for money will be taken prior to contract award.Upgrades will be required to maintenance depot and servicing and stabling facilities. These are likely to be delivered by our partners in Network Rail, but we will investigate during the procurement if there is benefit in works being delivered by the train Manufacturer and Maintainer.A separate procurement is anticipated be held in parallel with that of the trains to identify a suitable financier.Following contract awards on the suburban trains procurement, it is envisaged that the team will move onto developing and delivering procurements for the rural and intercity fleets.The legal advisors will be required to provide ad hoc contract management and legal support to the SRT project team managing the design, manufacture, testing, commissioning and approvals process of the new trains contracts.SRT is acting to deliver the procurement on behalf of Scottish Rail Holdings (SRH) who are a public sector company, owned and controlled by the Scottish Government. SRH report to Transport Scotland (TS) who are the national transport agency for Scotland, responsible for delivering the Scottish Government's vision for transport.

Value:
Published: 2022-08-05
Deadline: 2022-09-02
2022-08-05 2022-09-02
Network Rail Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Supply of Goods
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2022-07-15
Deadline:
2022-07-15
Energy Performance Contracts
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail (NR) owns, operates, and develops Britain’s railway infrastructure. That is 20,000 miles of track, 30,000 bridges, tunnels and viaducts and the thousands of signals, level crossings and stations. We manage 20 of the UK's largest stations while all the others, over 2,500, are currently managed by the country’s train operating companies.NR are undertaking a Decarbonisation/ Energy Efficiency Programme across a range of built assets in all Regions. We have already completed over 150 energy audits so far and identified significant potential to reduce carbon and energy use. Network Rail Route Services have national targets to achieve carbon and energy reductions in their operations as outlined in our Environmental Sustainability Strategy. An overview of Network Rail scope of activities may be found on our web site (https://www.networkrail.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NR-Environmental-Strategy-FINAL-web.pdf).To contribute to the achievement of these aims, Network Rail intend to award contracts as a result of this procurement to qualified and capable Energy Services Companies (ESCo’s and the Suppliers under the Framework resulting from this procurement) to provide proposals as part of a call off of services from Suppliers on the Framework Agreement for the provision of Energy Performance Contract (EPC) services. An EPC is a form of financing for capital improvements which allows for funding of energy upgrades from cost reductions. Under an EPC arrangement the Supplier implements a project to deliver energy efficiencies and/or a renewable energy project and uses the stream of income from the cost savings, or the renewable energy produced, to repay the costs of the project, including the costs of the investment and cost of financing. The purpose of this procurement is the competitive selection of up to three Suppliers for Framework Agreement award.Network Rail’s portfolio of buildings consist of offices, stations, depots, route operating centres, electrical control rooms, signalling centres and other operational infrastructure as detailed in Property Description in Annex 1. Most properties in this portfolio will be optionally covered by the Framework contract. It is intended that Network Rail will regularly release batches of property for EPC activities throughout the term of the Framework Agreement. EPC services may be requested for any location in Network Rail property portfolio in all parts of Great Britain.The Network Rail property portfolio is managed by 5 regional organizations, supported by centralised functions in the Authority. This framework contract will be awarded by the central commercial and procurement teams acting on behalf of the Authority and the regional organisations. The exact number of and type of properties for EPC consideration during the term of the Framework Agreement will be dependent on Network Rail’s discretion, operational constraints and the Suppliers’ capability.

Value: 40000000
Published: 2022-07-09
Deadline: 2022-08-05
40000000 2022-07-09 2022-08-05
York Central Development
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Limited (Working in Collaboration with Homes England)

Located directly behind York Railway Station, the York Central Site extends to 45 hectares (111 acres) and is majority owned by Network Rail and Homes England whilst also incorporating other land in third party ownership that falls within the boundary of the outline planning permission. The land potentially falling within the property to be made available for drawdown by the Development Partner (the Development Site) is primarily owned by the Landowners but also includes land owned by third parties (as described within the Development Brief available on ProContract).An outline planning permission for the mixed-use development was granted in 2019 and subsequently a reserved matters application was approved in 2020 for a significant first phase of infrastructure being delivered by the Landowners.The Landowners have the following objectives:- Secure a long-term Development Partner (singular or consortium) with knowledge, expertise and track record to deliver and improve upon the illustrative masterplan envisaged within the overarching vision.- Consider the potential for delivery of the Project through different structures, such as contractual/corporate joint ventures, in dialogue with developers and wider government.- Procure a Development Partner that can demonstrate and evidence a credible funding plan.- Secure pre-lets & occupiers for the Development Site and deliver the scheme within the required timescales.- Create a new vibrant mixed-use quarter of the City Centre for the benefit of all, incorporating the high-quality public realm.- Provide a mixed-use development which responds to the existing outline planning permission.- Secure a development proposal that achieves high quality of the design envisaged by the approved Design Code and is compliant with the Building for Healthy Life criteria.- Secure a Development Partner which looks to deliver high quality public realm early in the development process and ensures long term stewardship in perpetuity.- Deliver Western Station Entrance early on in the development to provide a high-quality gateway to the development.- Deliver a low carbon sustainable development which increases social value by improving equality and wellbeing.- Work in collaboration with stakeholders to achieve comprehensive timely delivery.The Development Partner will undertake a wide range of activities to meet the Landowner’s objectives (as set out in Section 2 of this document) including but not limited to creating Development Site proposals, undertaking design, securing consents including reserved matters planning consents, funding and/or raising of development finance, procuring third-party contractors, managing the supply chain, delivering the development, marketing and attracting occupiers/residents.

Value: 1170000000
Published: 2022-07-09
Deadline: 2022-08-25
1170000000 2022-07-09 2022-08-25
Rolling stock vehicle movement services for Arriva UK Trains Group
UK Sunderland ARRIVA UK TRAINS LIMITED

Arriva UK Trains (AUKT) is seeking to establish several group framework agreements for the provision of train movements across the UK Rail network, for the following entities: The Chiltern Railway Company Ltd, XC Trains Ltd ( t/a CrossCountry), Grand Central Railway Company Ltd, Arriva Rail London Ltd (t/a London Overground), London and North Western Railway Company Limited (t/a Arriva TrainCare) ("Arriva Company").The frameworks will not have any guaranteed spend or work, and will be used to run mini competitions for appointed suppliers to competitively quote for any train movement required for the entities mentioned above. Based on these quotes, the participating Arriva Company will evaluate the offers in accordance with its service requirements. Following the award decision of the Arriva Company, an order will be offered to the supplier that will be performed under the terms of its framework agreement.Arriva UK Trains is seeking suppliers that can offer:- all necessary licences and accreditations to be able to operate on the Network Rail network- provision of suitably trained driver with the necessary route competencies and holding all necessary licences required by law and regulation for each movement requested- ability to procure the necessary route clearance for the Network Rail network to be able to undertake the moves required- appropriate insurances in accordance with business standards for rolling stock vehicle movementsSuppliers who can meet all the above requirements and who pass Arriva's supplier due diligence checks will be offered a framework under which it can then participate in mini competitions, as per the process described below:1. Any member of the purchaser group may complete a quote request form in the form and provide this to the supplier in order to obtain a quote for the services. 2. On receipt of completed quote request form, the supplier shall respond within five (5) business days by completing the supplier details relevant to the requested services on the quote request form and returning this to the Purchaser. 3. A quote request form completed by the supplier and returned to the purchaser will form an offer from the supplier to the purchaser, which the purchaser may accept, subject to an evaluation against offers from other suppliers on the basis of price/confirmation of the ability to meet the requirements.4. If the offer is accepted, an order will be created under the agreement.

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Published: 2022-06-18
Deadline: 2022-07-01
2022-06-18 2022-07-01
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks: Framework Category C
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to appoint a regional framework supplier to deliver a proportion of the civil engineering (structures and geotechnical) workbank across the North West & Central region: https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/our-regions/north-west-and-central/ The scope of works which Network Rail may require comprises:• Implementation (including temporary works design and demolition)• Commissioning • Hand back into maintenance• Statutory consents and permissions• If directed by Network Rail, third party access agreementsThese works are to be performed in connection with the following categories of assets, incorporating partial or whole renewal (which may include replacement, removal, major repair, major refurbishment or strengthening) of:• Bridges (underbridges, overbridges, footbridges, property rafts)• Viaducts• Tunnels• Walls (boundary, retaining and acoustic barriers)• Drainage including culverts• Structures and works associated with river, coastal and estuarine defences• Geotechnical (soil embankments, soil cuttings, rock cuttings and associated drainage works)• Mining (mine workings, shafts and adits)• Ancillary structures (e.g. foundations, support structures, access roads, fencing, gates, steps)This lot relates to a single supplier for the Region. The successful supplier may be required to deliver a proportion of the works within the scope of the discipline lot across the full NW&C Region (North West Route, Central Route and West Coast South Route) in addition to suppliers appointed for the routes (two suppliers for Lot C1 (NW) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical) in the North West Route, a supplier for Lot C1 (C) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical) in the Central Route and a supplier for Lot C1 (WCS) Civil Engineering (Structures & Geotechnical) in the West Coast South Route). Network Rail intends to allocate works to the relevant supplier from an annual workbank portfolio on a direct award basis (subject to certain criteria and up to a set percentage of the annual workbank value) as set out in the framework agreement. The estimated value stated at Section II.2.6 relates to the portion of the works anticipated to be allocated to the successful supplier in the Region under this lot (lot C1 (R) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical).

Value: 358000000
Published: 2022-06-15
Deadline: 2022-07-29
358000000 2022-06-15 2022-07-29
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks: Framework Category D
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to appoint two regional framework supplier(s) to deliver a proportion of the civil engineering (structures and geotechnical) minor works and reactive workbank across the North West & Central region: https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/our-regions/north-west-and-central/ The scope of works which Network Rail may require comprises:• Provision of emergency response capability to be able to have an initial on-site presence & response not greater than 2hrs notice.• All trades generally associated with civil engineering works on or around the railway infrastructure and its associated surroundings. Including all works associated with structural asset fabric and finishes.• Survey, investigation, and testing• Outline and detailed design (including temporary works)• Implementation • Enabling works for inspections and assessments• Demolition• Booking of possessions, isolations, and road closures• Statutory consents and permissions• If directed by Network Rail, third party access agreementsThese Works are to be performed in connection with the following categories of assets, incorporating inspection, maintenance, repair, partial or whole renewal to parts of:• Bridges (underbridges, overbridges, footbridges, property rafts)• Viaducts• Tunnels• Walls (boundary, retaining and acoustic barriers)• Drainage including culverts• Structures and works associated with river, coastal and estuarine defences• Earthworks (soil embankments, soil cuttings, rock cuttings and associated drainage works)• Mining (mine workings, shafts and adits)• Ancillary structures (e.g. foundations, support structures, access roads, fencing, gates, steps)Each order under the framework agreement will be categorised by Network Rail to detail the required response time as follows: • Emergency – Attend within 2 hours from receipt of order • Urgent – Attend within 24 hours from receipt of order• Routine – Attend within 7 days from receipt or order• Programmed – As stated on the orderService will be throughout a 24 hour period, 7 day week, 365 days per year and will include necessary cover during annual and public holidays. The two successful suppliers will be required to have adequate persons to respond to the needs of the works and ensure that the operatives are skilled in the appropriate trade or trades to enable prompt resolution of any particular defect notified to the relevant supplier. The suppliers must also have access to plant hire and material supplies to fulfil this requirement.This lot relates to two suppliers for the Region. The two successful suppliers may be required to deliver a proportion of the works within the scope of the discipline lot D1 (O-C) Civil Engineering (Structures & Geotechnical) across the full NW&C Region (North West Route, Central Route and West Coast South Route) in addition to suppliers appointed for the full NW&C Region (North West Route, Central Route and West Coast South Route) in Lot D1 (R) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical). Network Rail intends to allocate all orders requiring an emergency response (i.e. site attendance within 2 hours of receipt of the order) to the two successful suppliers under Lot D1 (O-C) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical). Network Rail intends to allocate works to the relevant supplier on a direct award basis (subject to certain criteria and up to a set percentage of the annual workbank value) as set out in the framework agreement. The estimated value stated at Section II.2.6 relates to the portion of works anticipated to be allocated on an equal basis (as far as possible) such that each of the two frameworks awarded in the region under this lot (lot D1 (O-C) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical)) would have an estimated

Value: 229000000
Published: 2022-06-15
Deadline: 2022-07-29
229000000 2022-06-15 2022-07-29
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks: Framework Category B
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to appoint a regional framework supplier to deliver a proportion of the civil engineering (structures and geotechnical) workbank across the North West & Central region: https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/our-regions/north-west-and-central/ The scope of works which Network Rail may require comprises:• Feasibility• Survey, investigation, and reporting• Option selection (involving outline methodology)• Outline and detailed design (including temporary works)• Implementation (including demolition)• Commissioning • Hand back into maintenance• Statutory consents and permissions• If directed by Network Rail, third party access agreementsThese works are to be performed in connection with the following categories of assets, incorporating partial or whole renewal (which may include replacement, removal, major repair, major refurbishment or strengthening) of:• Bridges (underbridges, overbridges, footbridges, property rafts)• Viaducts• Tunnels• Walls (boundary, retaining and acoustic barriers)• Drainage including culverts• Structures and works associated with river, coastal and estuarine defences• Geotechnical (soil embankments, soil cuttings, rock cuttings and associated drainage works)• Mining (mine workings, shafts and adits)• Ancillary structures (e.g. foundations, support structures, access roads, fencing, gates, steps)This lot relates to a single supplier for the Region. The successful supplier may be required to deliver works within the scope of the discipline lot across the full NW&C Region (North West Route, Central Route and West Coast South Route) in addition to suppliers appointed for the routes (Lot B1 (NW) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical) in the North West Route and Lot B1 (C&WCS) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical) in the combined Central Route and West Coast South Route areas). Network Rail intends to allocate works to the relevant supplier from an annual workbank portfolio on a direct award basis (subject to certain criteria and up to a set percentage of the annual workbank value) as set out in the framework agreement. The estimated value stated at Section II.2.6 relates to the portion of the works anticipated to be allocated to the successful supplier in the Region under this lot (lot B1 (R) Civil Engineering (Structures and Geotechnical)).

Value: 695000000
Published: 2022-06-15
Deadline: 2022-07-29
695000000 2022-06-15 2022-07-29
Midlands Rail Hub - Market Engagement
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Non-participation in this market engagement exercise shall not prevent any supplier from participating in any future procurements. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees or expenses incurred by any party participating in this market engagement exercise. Network Rail cannot guarantee that it will incorporate all or any feedback received into any subsequent procurement event or that Network Rail will proceed with one or more procurement events. Where Network Rail proceeds with one or more procurement events for the MRH programme of works, relevant material from the market briefing session and any Q&A will be made available as part of the documentation for the relevant procurement event.

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Published: 2022-06-07
Deadline:
2022-06-07
Completions Management System
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail now intends to commence a competitive procurement process to award a Framework Contract to a single contractor for the delivery a Completions Management System on the authorised Network Rail programme.The authorised Network Rail programme sits within the Eastern Region portfolio of works. The key objective of these schemes is to facilitate the economic growth of the North of England, through the provision of increased capacities and journey time improvements to rail services, whilst achieving value for money.Network Rail seeks a completion management system deployed as a software as a service (SaaS) platform aimed at digitising construction records and removing manual handling of data and spreadsheets by Project teams. Such a solution fits in with the wider strategy of programme-wide earned value management and tracking of construction volumes by having a single source of data to capture its construction actuals and understand exactly which assets have been completed. Historically, capital delivery projects have utilised a series of spreadsheets to understand progress towards assets installed, during both programme delivery and during blockades. The programme is installing numerous OLE, signalling and track assets, and other disciplines, both during disruptive & non-disruptive possessions. To capture the actual install of these in a consistent way, a system-based approach and processes needs to be developed so that the programme and it’s delivery partners can effectively monitor progress against.• Actual install dates that can be tied back to the race card & P6 plans• Progress of the related quality of install (QSC, ITP, for example)• Progress within disruptive blockades Will have consistent shift reportingThis notice is being published to gauge the level of interest within the market to provide this service to Network Rail. Anyone who is interested in providing this service is to notify Network Rail through Bravo and populate the System Requirements questionnaire by the 10th June 2022.Following this Network Rail will determine the most appropriate route to market. Please note: registering an interest does not automatically qualify any interested party for any future sourcing activity.

Value: 3000000
Published: 2022-05-25
Deadline:
3000000 2022-05-25
Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7 Frameworks relating to Capital Delivery Works (Phase 1)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2022-05-16
Deadline:
2022-05-16
Digital Roadside Advertising
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016. In order to view further background information and express an interest in this requirement please follow the below instructions: 1. Follow the link - https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html 2. From the welcome screen, access the “View Current Opportunities” link and select “Pre-Market Engagement: Roadside Advertising Digital Enhancement Programme” 3. Click on the attachments "Digital 48sheet RFI May 2022 " Once completed please send your submission document via email as attachment to sinead.dyer@networkrail.co.uk with the email subject " Roadside Advertising Digital Enhancement Programme RFI". The response deadline for this RFI is the 20/05/2022 Network Rail may be looking to tender this requirement in the near future, any potential tender event in relation to this requirement may be issued via the Network Rail procurement platform – BravoNR, issued through the Technology - Supplier Qualification System (SQS). Please see the attached guidance on the Opportunity Listing for how to register. Network Rail advise you to complete your BravoNR registration by 20/05/2022 Should you have any questions regarding this registration process then please contact sinead.dyer@networkrail.co.uk

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Published: 2022-05-06
Deadline:
2022-05-06
Occupational Health New IT Platform
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail advise you to complete your SQS and DPS registration by 3rd May 2022. Should you have any questions regarding this registration process then please contact emma.day2@networkrail.co.uk. Please note any discussions which do occur will cease immediately should a formal competition ultimately be announced. Network Rail is committed to ensuring fairness, openness and transparency, and to following EU procurement regulations. The Periodic Indicative Notice is issued solely for the purpose of conducting pre-procurement market engagement via a request for information and does not constitute any commitment to undertake any procurement in the future. Interested parties will not be prejudiced by any response or failure to respond to the PIN event and a response to this PIN does not guarantee any invitation to participate in this event or any future procurement. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016.

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Published: 2022-04-21
Deadline:
2022-04-21
Market Update May 2022 - Network Rail North West & Central Region CP7
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Value:
Published: 2022-04-21
Deadline:
2022-04-21
CP7 Eastern Region Renewals and Minor Enhancements
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is looking to appoint construction partners to deliver the building & civils work bank. The scope of work type to be delivered includes but not limited to the following:-Building/civils and associated mechanical and electrical works for: stations, depots, maintenance delivery units and lineside buildingsStructural works for: footbridges, overbridges, underbridges, tunnels, retaining walls and culvertsGeotechnic works for: earthwork cuttings and embankments, rock cuttings, drainage and piling.The scope of works may also include Asbestos removal.

Value: 4000000000
Published: 2022-04-08
Deadline: 2022-05-13
4000000000 2022-04-08 2022-05-13
Provision of specialist railway telecoms consultancy for FirstRail Train Operating Companies
UK LONDON First Rail Holdings Limited

FirstRail Holdings (FRH) is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement with consultants who can help support and deliver a range of strategically important technology-related programmes relating to Station Information and Surveillance Systems (SISS), station network connectivity, fire systems, and revenue protection programmes (enabling works for ATGs and TVMs).Key to this appointment will be a bidder's knowledge and experience of all railway telecoms systems and technologies, spanning from existing legacy railway systems through to leading edge technologies that are to take their place.We are seeking to engage with those specialist railway SISS consultant(s) who can provide value-for-money services whilst steering FRH through the strategic options relating to our various railway telecoms transformation programmes across our franchises.The Framework will be in place for a period of two (2) years, with an optional extension of two (2) years, one year extension at a time. FRH does not commit to or guarantee award of contracts under this Framework.The total anticipated value of this Framework Agreement is estimated to be in the region of £800,000 over the total duration of the Framework (including optional extension).FRH intend to award the three top scoring tenderers onto this Framework however reserve the right at its total discretion to amend this at any point during the procurement process. Under this Framework agreement, mini competitions will be held for all contracts over £10,000.Contracts under the £10,000 threshold will be Direct Awarded in order of highest scoring bidder on a capacity basis. I.e., Once the highest scoring bidder has reached business capacity, a new contract under £10,000 will be directly awarded to the next highest scoring bidder on the Framework following this Procurement.Summary of Requirements1. The procurements of the consultancy services will include the following scope of works. 1.1 Advisory:Prepare technical and functional specifications to support TOC procurement campaigns.Develop asset renewal and enhancement strategies.Support the production of business cases and justification for change.Advise on national SISS / Telecom's policy driven by Network Rail (NR) and other stakeholders including knowledge of Station Leases, Loan-to-Cost (LTC), station annexes, and access conditions.1.2 Design Assurance: Independently review and recommend technical approval of 3rd party designs.Act as Contractors Responsible Engineer (CRE), and Contractors Engineering Manager (CEM), for client schemes.Provide technical input into 3rd party schemes and projects.Provide independent assurance support to high value / high profile Telecoms programmes (5G).1.3 Property Project Management:Provide turnkey specialist property project management and delivery services (SISS, operational communications, construction) within the following areas:- Project Management.- Project Engineering.- Construction Management (on-site delivery, audit, compliance, snagging).- QHSE Management.- Project Planning (understanding the sequencing and delivery of this specialised asset group).- Project Risk Management.1.4 Contract Management:Provide contract administration that is underpinned by deep technical knowledge of SISS and Railway Telecoms.Significantly improves management of claims and variations.1.5 Cost Consultancy:Provide QS and cost management services underpinned by deep technical knowledge of SISS and Railway Telecoms.Develop complex cost models for high-value CAPEX programmes relating to SISS / Operations Communications. 1.6 The scope detailed in 1.1 - 1.5 is in relation to the following Railway Station Information and Security Systems:- CIS systems (l

Value: 800000
Published: 2022-03-30
Deadline: 2022-04-27
800000 2022-03-30 2022-04-27
Independent Commercial and Assurance Review Service Provider
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

This notice is for “prior information only" and not intended as a call for competition or to reduce the time limit for the receipt of tenders. Network Rail is not able to provide further information on the scope of services or Pre-Qualification questions in advance of the tender being published. A Contract Notice will be published in due course. For the estimated date refer to section 11.3) Estimated date of Publication of contract notice.

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Published: 2022-02-24
Deadline:
2022-02-24
Dawlish to Holcombe Cliff Resilience Works
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Civils engineering works, primarily, but not limited to, cliff stabilisation, rock anchors, netting of several cliffs along this railway route.Network Rail invites any interested Candidate/s to compete to undertake the design & construction for works outlined above together with associated any enabling works. Any interested Candidate wishing to participate will be required to submit their responses to a pre-qualification exercise through our e-sourcing portal. Network Rail will shortlist the four highest scoring Candidates for the tender stage. The form of contract will be the NR12 Target Cost. Network Rail will carry out a single tender event on a 2-stage basis with the aim to appoint the successful tenderer on the Stage 1 requirements. Progression to implementation (Stage 2) will be subject successful completion of Stage 1 deliverables including remaining within Network Rail’s Cost Plan. In the event, Network Rail’s Cost Plan is exceeded then Network Rail is under no obligation to proceed.

Value: 25000000
Published: 2022-02-15
Deadline: 2022-03-15
25000000 2022-02-15 2022-03-15
Southern Integrated Delivery (SID) – Signalling and Track
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Management and Delivery of Signalling works on the Railway. These works will be undertaken within the Southern Region on Kent, Sussex and Wessex routes, and will primarily be focused on the delivery of the renewals portfolio, however options will be included to enable enhancements also to be delivered, subject to capacity and where the SID is considered the optimum procurement route.The Signalling Integrator Business Partner will be required to undertake, without technical bias or conflict of interest and with a view to achieving the aims and implementing the remedies set out in the ORR's recent market study into the supply of signalling systems:• Early-stage development including all work types (renewals and refurbishment) typically GRIP 1 to 3• Detailed design, construction and commissioning of all work types (GRIP 4 to 8) including targeted Interventions, Level Crossings and telecommunications associated with the signalling works, with the exception of major renewals as described below - which will be undertaken by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) providers appointed within the Eco-system• Manage, coordinate and oversee the delivery for all appointed Eco-System OEM providers - who will be remitted to undertake major Signalling renewals, typically Re-Signalling, Re-lock, Re-control and ETCS schemes (typically GRIP 4 to 8 works, however where considered the optimum delivery strategy, the OEM may be appointed during the development phase)• Advise on and oversee procurement activities (including competitive tenders) on behalf of Network Rail for the supply of signalling systems and equipment.• Self-delivery of mid-size schemes/asset-life extension works.All appointed Business Partners within the SID will initially sign into a development phase agreement which is scheduled from January 2023 - April 2024. The main SID agreement will be 10 years in duration (April 2024 - March 2034) and will commence in Control Period 7 (CP7) with the inclusion of a break clause prior to the commencement of CP8. The options to enact the break clause for Control Period 8 (CP8) will be subject to performance at the time.

Value: 3800000000
Published: 2022-02-01
Deadline: 2022-03-03
3800000000 2022-02-01 2022-03-03
Development Partner for Hemel Hempstead Station Gateway
UK London Network Rail Limited

The site totals approximately 7.4 acres and is situated immediately adjacent to Hemel Hempstead Station. The site comprises the surface level car park for the station, the station forecourt and land which is in commercial use, including a former car showroom site, industrial buildings and small retail units serving the station. There is a masterplan which suggests that the development opportunity at Hemel Hempstead Station gateway could be in the order of:•454 residential units•Approximately 40,000 sq ft (NIA) of commercial floor space•Extensive public realm including garden space •Multi-storey car park and access / enabling worksWe expect the masterplan to critiqued as part of the negotiated process so the above is for guidance only.The general areas of responsibility to be undertaken are as follows: •Obtain detailed planning permission and implement construction of a Network Rail compliant multi-storey car park and access / enabling works•Deliver the development of the remaining developable land to create a gateway development to the town with a significant residential component•Work with Network Rail to ensure the development has a positive impact and to preserve and enhance the existing access to the station and the associated rail infrastructure•Create a sustainable development using best practice

Value: 170000000
Published: 2022-01-29
Deadline: 2022-03-14
170000000 2022-01-29 2022-03-14
The Provision of replacement CCTV assets for South Western Railway
UK LONDON First MTR South Western Trains Limited

The works and services will comprise of the following main activities:• Producing a Telecoms Design• Producing a Privacy Impact Assessment• Supply, installation, and commissioning of site equipment• Supply, installation, and commissioning of centralised video management systems• Obtaining Network Rail Landlords Consent• Obtaining Listed Buildings Consent• Obtaining Station Change• Programme Management• Project Management• Compliance with CDM-2015 requirements• Compliance with SWR, Network Rail and Railway Group Standards• Compliance with video surveillance polices and legislation• Risk Management

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Published: 2022-01-28
Deadline:
2022-01-28
The Provision of Miscellaneous Occupational Health Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is undertaking a preliminary market engagement in connection of this requirement, in the form of this Prior Information Notice and associated Request for Information (RFI). If you are interested this potential opportunity, please submit a formal response to the associated RFI document (namely completion of Annex A), please E-Mail: Mark.Edwards6@networkrail.co.uk by a deadline of 17:00 on Friday 18th February 2022. Please ensure you read the RFI document carefully, with specific reference to Section 5 ("Responding to this RFI"). Please note that the sole purpose of this PIN is for market engagement purposes. It is not a call for competition. Any ensuing call for competition will be formally advertised at a later date via a separate notice.

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Published: 2022-01-28
Deadline:
2022-01-28
Provision of Traffic Management & Road Closures
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is undertaking preliminary market engagement regarding this requirement in the form of this Prior Information Notice and an associated questionnaire. If you are interested in completing the market questionnaire to help inform this opportunity please email shannon.reed@networkrail.co.uk and graham.holbrook@networkrail.co.uk by the deadline of 14:00 on 2nd February 2022 with the subject heading 'Provision of Traffic Management & Road Closures - PIN', with the following information: - Company name - Contact details (including email address and telephone number) Once the above information is received we will send you the questionnaire to complete. This PIN is issued solely for the purposes of preliminary market engagement and is not a call for competition.

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Published: 2022-01-17
Deadline:
2022-01-17
Market Update January 2022 - Network Rail Eastern Region CP7 Renewals & Minor Enhancements (Capital Delivery)
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

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Published: 2022-01-14
Deadline:
2022-01-14
Southern Integrated Delivery (SID) – Signalling and Track
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

It is envisaged that all appointed members of the SID will initially sign into a development phase agreement which is scheduled to commence in January 2023 and run up until April 2024. Following which, all Partners will sign into a multi-party SID Agreement based on an NR21 alliance form of contract. The main SID agreement will be 10 years in duration and will commence in CP7 with the inclusion of a break clause prior to the commencement of CP8. Options to enact the break clause for Control Period 8 (CP8) will be subject to performance and funding approval at the time. The value stated in Section II.1.5 is an estimated overall value of the CP7 and CP8 renewals portfolio across the initial period assuming the break clause between CP7 and CP8 is not used. Whilst Network Rail has some understanding of the value of the CP7 Renewals portfolio, due to the way Enhancement schemes are funded, the value of Enhancements is purely indicative and subject to change. For the purposes of valuing this forthcoming opportunity, Network Rail has assumed that the volume of work delivered within CP8 is aligned with CP7 current estimates. Recognising these constraints, it is estimated that the total value of the SID may be in the region of £4.7 billion - £9.6 billion. Of these estimates it is anticipated that Buildings and Civils constitutes 30% - 45%, Track 15% - 25%, Signalling 5% - 15%, Electrification and Plant 5% -10% whilst Minor Works is estimated to constitute 20%- 30% of the overall estimated value. However, given the uncertainty over volumes and funding commitments, the overall value of this opportunity may vary and therefore may be higher or lower than this range. Applicants will have the option to bid for both Lot 3 – Signalling and Lot 4 – Track. However, Network Rail intends to restrict the number of Lots an applicant may be awarded under this Procurement Event (and the number of roles) to a maximum of one. This principle will also apply to the appointment of all ongoing procurements activities pertaining to the appointment of Business Partners within the SID; the number of places an economic operator is eligible to be awarded across Buildings & Civils, Electrification & Plant, Track and Signalling will be restricted to one. This is because all Business partners under the SID will be party to the same contract and Network Rail does not consider that optimal operation of the SID will be achieved if an economic operator holds more than one of the key Partner roles. To allow potential suppliers to understand the scope and requirements of this agreement, Network Rail intends to host a virtual market briefing event in which interested parties will be provided an overview of the procurement event and on the forthcoming procurement process. The event will take place on Thursday 20th January 2022, from 10.00 to 12:00 (GMT). To register for the event or for details of the presentation, email your name, organisation and contact number to: - SouthernCP7Delivery@NetworkRail.co.uk no later than Thursday 13th January 2022. Please entitle your email "Southern Integrated Delivery (SID) - Market Briefing – Signalling & Track". Formal Invites for the market briefing will be issued between Friday 14th and Wednesday 19th January 2022.

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Published: 2021-12-20
Deadline:
2021-12-20
Supply of Rail - Market Engagement Questionnaire Only
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

The forthcoming tender for the supply of Steel Rail includes both the requirements of Network Rail and its subsidiaries and the requirements of HS2 Ltd phase 1 and phase 2a. The tender will be advertised via a Contract Notice published by Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd in the Find a Tender System and in Bravo NR. At this stage, Network Rail is purely seeking market discussions and voluntary participation in pre-tender market engagement through the completion of a questionnaire. Responses should be received by 18/1/22.

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Published: 2021-12-09
Deadline:
2021-12-09
Dawlish to Holcombe Cliff Resilience Works
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Please note that any content received via response to this PIN will be used purely for information purposes only and will not be deemed as forming part of any proposed bid now, or any potential future tender. This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works mentioned in this PIN and Network Rail will not accept any proposals offered in response to this PIN. Network Rail is not liable for any costs, fees, or expenses incurred by any party in replying to or attending any PIN event. Any procurement of any services, supplies or works by Network Rail will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016.

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Published: 2021-12-01
Deadline:
2021-12-01
Provision of Executive Health Assessments
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail is undertaking preliminary market engagement regarding this requirement in the form of this PIN and an associated questionnaire. If you are interested in participating in the questionnaire and/or would like to find out more information regarding the potential opportunity please email Tanya.Lucas@networkrail.co.uk by the deadline of 17:00 on 13th December 2021 with the subject heading 'Provision of Executive Health Assessments - PIN', with the following information: - Company name - Contact details (including email address) This PIN is issued solely for the purposes of preliminary market and is not a call for competition. Any competition will be advertised at a later date via a separate notice.

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Published: 2021-11-29
Deadline:
2021-11-29
Network Rail Telecoms Professional Services
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

NRT Management & Strategy Professional Services

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Published: 2021-11-09
Deadline: 2021-11-30
2021-11-09 2021-11-30
Maintenance of the Infrastructure for the Rail Innovation and Development Centre Test Track at Melton
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail wishes to undertake pre-tender market engagement. Candidates should make an expression of interest and respond to the PIN Questionnaire- reference pqq 2370 in our e-procurement system Bravo NR. www.networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk

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Published: 2021-11-02
Deadline:
2021-11-02
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