NIA NW - Sellafield Opportunities Presentation (uploaded Mar 2014)

Sellafield Ltd
Commercial Opportunities
Stuart Wilson - Supply Chain Ombudsman.
09 April 2015
In Flight and Future Procurements
• Major Projects Updates
• Decommissioning Delivery Partner
• Enabling Innovation Framework
• Inbound Logistics and Material Control
09 April 2015
Decommissioning Major Projects Update
SDP EPC (detailed design,
procurement, construction
& inactive commissioning)
- Source Evaluation ongoing
- Award planned for May 2014
BTF (Procurement, Construction, Installation
and Support to Commissioning)
- Communicated with bidders on 3rd March that
due to ongoing development work on PP14 and
alignment with MSSS programme we would not
be in a position to move forward to award until
end March 14 I.e. A holding position
09 April 2015
Decommissioning Major Projects Update
BEP- epC (engineer, procure,
- PQQ issued 24th February
- ITT planned May 2014
- Contract award 3rd quarter of 2014
BEPPS/DIF - epC (Engineering,
Procurement, Construction and Inactive
- ITT issued January 14th 2014
- Contract award 3rd quarter of 2014
09 April 2015
Decommissioning Delivery Partner - DDP
• Must continue to support the Overall Imperative:
“Achieving the greatest sustained rate of aggregate risk
• Transition to Decommissioning
Major effort needed to define challenge, train and prepare
High-quality, high-profile work
Long-term deal with clear pipeline of work
Opportunity to grow capability and capacity
Strong incentives for good performance
09 April 2015
Decommissioning Delivery Partner - DDP
Overall Programme
Jul 13
Sep 15
Strategy Development
Final Approval
Selection (PQQ) Stage
Apr/May 14
Apr 14
Issue contract notice/PQQ
Apr/May 14
PQQ Return
PQQ Evaluation, Short-list approval
Award (ITT) Stage
Oct 14
Jun 14
Jun 14
Oct 14
Oct 14
Jul 15
Issue ITT
Oct 14
ITT Return
Jan 14
ITT Evaluation Period
Feb 15
Apr 15
Governance and Award/Standstill
Apr 15
Jul 15
Jul 15
Sep 15
09 April 2015
Sellafield Enabling Innovation Framework
The EIF is a client support service that adds value throughout the project lifecycle. Although
typically having a low contract value there will be an opportunity to drive high added value
and return on investment.
The scope includes from the initial identification of the need through problem definition and
subsequent support to key decision making. The EIF is seen as a tactical enabler at project
delivery stage and as an illustration the scope will include:
– Support to problem framing: establishing clarity over needs and priorities
– Help establish project purpose, principles, roles and tasks before the detail is decided
– Problem definition: helps translate service requirements into clear functional/technical
– Support to studies, problem solving and recovery of stalled projects
– Improve understanding of supply chain capability
– Supports challenge to unnecessarily bespoke solutions, application of unnecessary
standards and “specialist” requirements
– Support to constructive challenge of ongoing requirements and cost estimates
– Relationship based and offering up new processes and innovations, which have not
been solicited by a Sellafield Client that may bring significant return on investment.
09 April 2015
Sellafield Enabling Innovation Framework
Progress and Key Dates
• Initial Business Case approved
• Value Band E, £5 – £10M
• Market Engagement Day arranged for morning of 14th March
2014 at Energus - engagement with market on option to lot/not
lot and the shaping of any lots
• Issue of ITT - currently scheduled for 2/7/14
• Closing date for bids - currently scheduled for 27/8/14
• Announcement of intention to award/standstill period 10/11/14
09 April 2015
Project Inbound Logistics and Material Control
 Central point for logistic co-ordination and management with a
scope that will evolve as each project is implemented
 Establishment of delivery management system (DMS)
Sellafield Security
Establishment of the Operating component to meet the enhanced
Enhancement Project
security regime including:
(SSEP) Logistics
 Delivery Management System (DMS)
 Control tower
 Off-site delivery point (e.g. Lillyhall)
 Delivery consolidation
 Airport ‘style’ material screening and bonded deliveries
Inbound Logistics
 The optimisation of inbound material movements and the
realisation of commercial and non-commercial benefits
 Provision of rail receipt capacity on the Sellafield site
Distribution Centre /
 Provision of enhanced warehousing and distribution capacity
including a near site Transit Centre
Materials Management  Enable visibility of critical component to provide project status
 Inventory optimisation, planning and preparation
Control Tower
Project 1
Project 2
Project 3
09 April 2015
Proposed Sellafield Ltd Security & Distribution
09 April 2015

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