United Kingdom-Bristol: Medical equipments
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.mod.gov.uk
Section II: Object
Modular Domestic Accommodation Joint Expeditionary Force Field Hospital
OI have a requirement to provide specialist medical equipment: air portable morgue systems and Air portable clinical waste incinerators.
1 + 2.
Air Portable Morgue System
Bristol, City of.
OI have a requirement to provide specialist medical equipment that can satisfy the following criteria:
— an air portable morgue system that can be transported via currently available armed forces air transport capabilities directly to a field hospital in an operational environment. The system would be able to be set up and operated by an appropriately trained armed forces user,
— a system that provides the least possible logistic need, is easily constructed in austere environments, with little to no specialist tools and the minimum number of simple and robust. The components required to construct the complete working system, including any spares, will need to be man portable,
— the systems are expected to be available for acceptance testing in summer 2019,
— the contractor will also be required to provide maintenance, servicing repair and supply of spare parts.
OI invites industry to supply material outlining their capability to provide a complete equipment solution and all spares. Proposed contract of 5 years + option years. The Authority is intending to run a competition for this procurement at the end of April 2019. In issuing this PIN the Authority is not committing to carry out any contracting activity in relation to the requirements in this PIN.
Air Portable Clinical Waste Incinerator
— an air portable clinical waste incinerator system that can be transported via currently available armed forces air transport capabilities directly to a field hospital in an operational environment. The system would be able to be set up and operated by an appropriately trained armed forces user,
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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GO Reference: GO-201949-DCB-14781844
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