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Donegal County Council - NWGW L2CF - The detailed design of Lifford to Castlefin Greenway The proposed Lifford to Castlefin Greenway forms part of the INTERREG VA funded North West Greenway Network Project (www.nwgreenway.com), administered by the Special EU Programmes Body. The proposed lifford to Castlefin Greenway is located adjacent to the existing N15 road development and extends southwest from the Lifford town boundary (current 60kph speed limit sign) to the Castlefin Partnership Initiative (CPI centre) a distance of approximately 7.5km. The proposed works will provide dedicated walking and cycling infrastructure adjacent to and segregated from the N15 highway, facilitating modal shift to the benefit of the environment through carbon offsetting. Following the route selection process, a developed sketch scheme design was developed in house by Donegal County Council for the route and the project achieved part 8 planning approval at the July 2022 Plenary Council Meeting. The Northwest Greenways' Project Team now require the services of a suitably qualified Consultant Engineer to further develop this preliminary design into a detailed design and full tender package for the project. Thereafter the Consultant shall be required to assist with the Integrated Supply Team (construction contractor) procurement process, provide supervisory and contract administration services during the construction stage and oversee the close out and handover of the project. Further information and contract documentation can be found using the attached link. 08/08/2022 Link 08.08.22.doc
Donegal County Council - NWGW M2QP - The detailed design of Muff to Quigelys Point Greenway The proposed Muff to Quigley's Point Greenway forms part of the INTERREG VA funded North West Greenway Network Project (www.nwgreenway.com), administered by the Special EU Programmes Body. The greenway shall extend northwards from the terminus of the Muff-Derry Greenway adjacent to the Muff Community Play Park for approximately 5km to the Sea Wall at Three Trees near Quigley's Point. The proposed works will provide dedicated walking and cycling route adjacent to and segregated from the R238 highway, facilitating modal shift to the benefit of the environment through carbon offsetting. Following the route selection process, a developed sketch scheme design was developed in house by Donegal County Council for the route and the project achieved part 8 planning approval at the May 2022 Plenary Council Meeting. The Northwest Greenways' Project Team now require the services of a suitably qualified Consultant Engineer to further develop this preliminary design into a detailed design and develop a full tender package for the project. Thereafter the Consultant shall be required to assist with the Integrated Supply Team (construction works contract) procurement process, provide supervisory and contract administration services during the construction stage and oversee the close out and handover of the project. Further details and tender documentation can be found using the attached link. 05/08/2022 Link 05.08.22.doc
Louth County Council - 09292 - Consultancy support for the development, facilitation and submission of the LOUTH Peace Plus Action Plan The Contracting Authority is currently seeking to appoint a consultant to develop and produce a Louth PEACE PLUS Action Plan for the Louth PEACE PLUS Programme, from initial co-design consultation through to Letter of Offer stage including assisting with any queries from The Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). The plan must meet the local needs of Louth under the themes of Local community regeneration and transformation; Thriving and peaceful communities; and Building respect for all cultural identities. Further information and contract documents are available in the attached link. 27/07/2022 Link 27.07.22.doc
Construction Supplier Survey on Public Sector Procurement FAO: Construction Suppliers The Department of Finance, Construction and Procurement Delivery (CPD) body is conducting a survey seeking feedback on Construction Companies experiences of tendering for public sector infrastructure contracts here. The survey will open from Thursday 21 July 2022 to Friday 12 August 2022. Your feedback will help inform a review of current procurement practice and process as we continually seek to improve delivery of value for money outcomes for citizens. The survey questionnaire may be accessed at: https://consultations2.nidirect.gov.uk/dof/construction-supplier-survey The survey also welcomes supplier perspective on Sourcing and Construction Toolkits that have been developed to provide procurement practitioners with more commercially focused guidance on market management and early supplier engagement; better commercial preparation for procurements; and improved financial appraisal and bid evaluation. The Toolkits will replace extant Procurement Guidance Notes in autumn 2022. The Toolkits and a summary of key themes may be accessed at: https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/publications/sourcing-and-construction-toolkits The links above are also available in the attached link. 21/07/2022 Link 21.07.22.doc
Donegal County Council 1629 - Muff to Quigleys Point Greenway - Geotechnical Investigation Contract Geotechnical investigations are to be carried out along the R238 road verge and adjoining lands between the villages of Muff and Quigleys Point to determine the condition and Engineering properties of the ground and location and depth of existing utilities. Please see attached link for further details and contract documentation. 19/07/2022 Link 19.07.22 (2).doc
Donegal County Council 1628 - Lifford to Castlefin Greenway - Geotechnical Investigation Contract Geotechnical investigations are to be carried out along the N15 road verge and adjacent lands between the towns of Lifford and Castlefin to determine the condition and Engineering properties of the ground and location and depth of existing utilities along the proposed route. Please see attached link for further details and contract documentation. 19/07/2022 Link 19.07.22 (1).doc
North West City Region RFT 217329 - Provision of Services to develop an Investment Concept based on the deliverables in the North West Regional Energy Strategy Roadmap The North West City Region (Donegal County Council and Derry City and Strabane District Council) was successful in applying for a EUCF (European City Facility) grant which is a European initiative to support municipalities/local authorities, across Europe to develop Investment Concepts to accelerate investments in sustainable energy. The successful consultant will develop an Investment Concept which shall form part of the workplan for the North West Regional Energy Agency to deliver a pipeline of sustainable energy projects in the North West City Region. The Investment Concept will follow a set template with the main part based on a 5 point structure: 1) A detailed description of the planned investment project 2) Project promoter(s) and (local) stakeholders 3) Legal analysis 4) Economic and financial analysis 5) Investment roadmap Further details are included in the attached link 27/06/2022 Link 27.06.22.doc
Loughs Agency / Ghníomhaireacht na Lochanna /Factrie fur Loughs Ref 217100 Barrier Removal and Replacement - Dresnagh Barrier Removal and Replacement Works Barrier Removal work consists of the removal of a stone bridge and replacement of this with a clear span bridge crossing connecting two pieces of agricultural land. Works will be carried out at the following co-ordinates; 54.795157N, -7.592418W (Irish Grid Reference: 226262E, 394201N). Full description of work requirements can be found in the appendix under Specification of Works. 23/06/2022 Link 23.06.22.doc
Loughs Agency / Ghníomhaireacht na Lochanna /Factrie fur Loughs - Riparian Tree Planting, Fencing and Instream Works on Finn River Riparian Tree Planting, Fencing and Instream Works on Finn River between bridge at Killygordon and bridge at Liscooley, Finn Catchment, Co. Donegal: The works will take place between the bridge at Killygordon and the bridge at Liscooley in the Finn River Catchment, Co. Donegal. The works will include the installation of fencing on both banks of the river between the two bridges. Fencing will be a mix of sheep wire, double strand barbed wire and double strand electrified wire (exact lengths and locations given in Spec of Works document). Tree planting will be carried out in numerous areas along the stretch in the new riparian zone and will consist of a mix of approx. 5,663 native broadleaf trees. Two areas along the southern bank of the works area will require the embankment to be reinforced with clay/ gravel mix and planted with grass and trees to stabilise. High and dry gravel beds at several locations will be regrading using a riddle bar and woody material will be pinned in the river at 6 locations across the area. Finally, a small footbridge must be removed and replaced with a new structure for use by landowners and anglers to cross a stream at one location. Further information and link to tender documents are available in the attachment. 17/06/2022 Link 17.06.22.doc
Tender for provision of a Capacity Auction Monitor Since 1st November 2007 the Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation (“NIAUR” or “Utility Regulator”) and the Commission for Utility Regulation (“CRU”), together referred to as the “Regulatory Authorities” or “RAs”, have jointly regulated the all-Island wholesale electricity market known as the Single Electricity Market (“SEM”) covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The decision-making body which governs the market is the SEM Committee (“SEMC”). Further information on the SEMC’s role and relevant legislation can be found on website, www.semcommittee.com The RAs invite tenders for the provision of a Capacity Auction Monitor. The tender documents can be found in the attached link. 10/06/2022 Link 10.06.22.doc