OJEU – high value contract opportunities

Possible opportunities which will be advertised via The Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).

Contracts expected to be over the relevant threshold in the Public Procurement Regulations must be advertised through the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). 

OJEU high value contracts:

Ships and boats: 

A Prior Information Notice concerning the below has been published under publication number: 2017/S 246-514055 and is available to view. 

"As recognised in the Maritime Technology Roadmap, marine autonomous systems have a role in environmental monitoring, data acquisition, integration with satellite applications, monitoring of renewable energy arrays, surveys, oil and gas exploration, pollution monitoring and fisheries conservation, surveillance, security and many more applications. The University will procure one autonomous platform – the operational domains of which will be confirmed once the project starts and industry demand is fully explored. There is potential to procure a platform that will work independently or in conjunction with autonomous surface vessels, conventional vessels, shore side stations or moored buoys. The autonomous platform will have the potential to house sensors and instruments to undertake data acquisition, monitoring and R&D. The degree of ‘autonomy’ may range from full remote piloting, through to fully autonomous platforms. The platforms will be essential assets for the research technicians to use when validating and developing new instruments with beneficiaries. Indicative costs for a range of platforms covering surface and underwater domains have been investigated as part of the University’s research. Based on the generic requirements of modern piloted/autonomous platforms the funds identified would support an appropriate platform to be procured that offers value for money. The project is funded by the 2014-2020 European Structural Investment Funds (ESI Funds) ie the European Social Fund (ESF) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)."

(Valid until 1/5/18)

Non OJEU value contract opportunities

Being below the OJEU thresholds we can manage the procurement process for these requirements more flexibly, whilst retaining the basic OJEU principles of fairness and transparency. 

If you are interested in any of the below opportunities please register on the University's e-tender site In-Tend. This will always be our first port of call for these supply opportunities.

Current opportunities

  • Exeter Nursing College - Refurbishment

The University of Plymouth wish to appoint an experienced contractor to deliver the Exeter Nursing College Refurbishment Project.

The project consist of Internal Refurbishment and Remodelling. The works also include external works and co ordination with the modular lecture theatre building contractor.(Close date 20/4/18)

For full access to the documents please go to our tendering portal: In-Tend

  • Sherwell Church Remedial Works
The University of Plymouth is looking to procure works to carry out remedial works to a grade 2* listed church that has been converted into lecture theatres. The works will involve repairs to the external building fabric as well as internal repairs and decoration. The existing HVAC system is also planned to be replaced within this project. (Close date: 3/5/18)

For full access to the documents please go to our tendering portal: In-Tend    

  • Student Union Roof Waterproofing
The University of Plymouth is looking to procure the stripping of the existing roof covering, apply a new liquid waterproofing coating and reinstatement of the Student Union Roof. (Close date: 8/5/18)

For full access to the documents please go to our tendering portal: In-Tend