Our website holds all the information on procurement routes, however you can also check for live contract opportunities via Atamis. Suppliers can review the latest Procurement Plan schedule, last published in October, on the Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd website which lists the planned procurements for the coming months/years – click on the link to access the Dounreay Procurement Plan Dounreay_procurement_pipline.ods (live.com)
If your company is an SME then you can also qualify for LINC with DSRL Ltd, which is a platform that enables SMEs at a local and national level to collaborate and deliver innovative solutions to the mission at Dounreay. You can register and submit proposals for as many opportunities as you want. Registering will give you first look at the opportunities and other registered companies you could collaborate with when taking part. More information about the LINC Programme can be found on the Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd website, you can register for LINC by completing this registration form Linc_with_Dounreay_registration_form.odt (live.com).
We also use national procurement frameworks through Crown Commercial Services: www.crowncommercial.gov.uk.
A wide range of procurement opportunities exist across the wider NDA Group, links to their current procurement pipelines are provided in the table below:
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Pentland Offshore Wind
Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Supplier Registration Portal
The supplier registration portal for the Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm is now open.
To register as a supplier for this innovative floating project please apply here.
We will contact those registered in the portal when relevant opportunities arise. Interested companies can also choose to register on the broader Copenhagen Offshore Partners database with respect to opportunities in our global portfolio of wind projects.
Access the Registration Portal
West of Orkney Windfarm – Investing Locally
Our vision is to develop a world leading offshore windfarm which will support deep decarbonisation across the Scottish economy, while maximising socio-economic benefits to the Scottish supply chain and the communities in which we operate. Through our support schemes, totalling £140 million, we will work with suppliers and across industry to develop the offshore wind supply chain across Scotland and the rest of the UK.
This investment initiative will be delivered ahead of any final decision to start construction of the project and it will be entirely focused on the West of Orkney Windfarm project.
To register your interest in becoming part of our supply chain please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org