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Architect Led Multi-Disciplinary Design Team Services

Dublin City University ( DCU ) | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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71420000, 71300000, 71334000, 71315400, 71313410, 71000000

Multi party framework agreement for Architect led multi-disciplinary design team for the provision of design and associated services in relation to the provision of student accommodation, 3rd level University construction projects and masterplanning services across all DCU campuses.

Type of Contract:
Services

Architectural and related services

Dublin City University ( DCU ) | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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71200000, 71000000, 71300000, 71313410, 71315400, 71334000, 71420000

Multi party framework agreement for Architect led multi-disciplinary design team for the provision of design and associated services in relation to the provision of student accommodation, 3rd level University construction projects and master-planning services across all DCU campuses.

Architectural and related services

ITSLIGO | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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71200000, 71312000, 71321000, 71324000

The Multi Operator Framework Agreement shall include Composite Design Services incorporating:

(A) Architecture and PSDP: As principle service provider, PSDP and team leader. The Composite Team shall include the following Specialist Skills:

(SE) Structural/Civil Engineering.

(M&E) Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Building Services Engineering.

(QS) Quantity Surveying.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published February 4, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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71000000, 71200000, 71311000, 71312000, 71317200, 71321000, 71324000, 71334000, 75251110

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the design and construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at the University Hospital Limerick Campus, Dooradoyle, Limerick to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1). A total of 4 inpatient wards, each containing 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged along with hospital street link corridors at each level. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of 1 935 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 750 m2 for the project excluding plant room space which will be additional. The Health Service Executive now wish to procure and appoint a design team for the project to include Architect (including Employers Representative and Project Supervisor Design Process roles), Fire Engineer, Quantity Surveyor, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer and Civil and Structural Engineer. The ward design will be to a high quality standard.

Architectural, Employer's Representative and Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) Professional Technical Services for delivery of the following project.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at University Hospital Limerick, St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick. This proposed development is to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1), both of which will be required to remain operational during the construction of the inpatient ward block overhead. A total of four new inpatient wards, each including 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged as per the hospital's development control plan along with hospital street link corridors at each level and other associated works. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of circa 1 950 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 800 m2 excluding plant space for the project. Related plant room space will also be required as part of the project and will be additional space whilst the existing plant room serving ED and Dialysis and located overhead the dialysis unit will likely need to be relocated as part of the project and addressing this also forms part of the scope of services required from the successful design team.

Fire Engineering Professional Technical Services for delivery of the following project.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at University Hospital Limerick, St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick. This proposed development is to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1), both of which will be required to remain operational during the construction of the inpatient ward block overhead. A total of 4 new inpatient wards, each including 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged as per the hospital's development control plan along with hospital street link corridors at each level and other associated works. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of circa 1 950 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 800 m2 excluding plant space for the project. Related plant room space will also be required as part of the project and will be additional space whilst the existing plant room serving ED and Dialysis and located overhead the dialysis unit will likely need to be relocated as part of the project and addressing this also forms part of the scope of services required from the successful design team.

Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Professional Technical Services for delivery of the following project.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at University Hospital Limerick, St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick. This proposed development is to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1), both of which will be required to remain operational during the construction of the inpatient ward block overhead. A total of 4 new inpatient wards, each including 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged as per the hospital's development control plan along with hospital street link corridors at each level and other associated works. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of circa 1 950 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 800 m2 excluding plant space for the project. Related plant room space will also be required as part of the project and will be additional space whilst the existing plant room serving ED and Dialysis and located overhead the dialysis unit will likely need to be relocated as part of the project and addressing this also forms part of the scope of services required from the successful design team.

Full Structural Engineering Professional Technical Services and with some limited Civil Engineering Professional Technical Services required for the delivery of the following project.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at University Hospital Limerick, St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick. This proposed development is to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1), both of which will be required to remain operational during the construction of the inpatient ward block overhead. A total of 4 new inpatient wards, each including 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged as per the hospital's development control plan along with hospital street link corridors at each level and other associated works. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of circa 1 950 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 800 m2 excluding plant space for the project. Related plant room space will also be required as part of the project and will be additional space whilst the existing plant room serving ED and Dialysis and located overhead the dialysis unit will likely need to be relocated as part of the project and addressing this also forms part of the scope of services required from the successful design team.

Full Structural Engineering Professional Technical Services and with some limited Civil Engineering Professional Technical Services required for the delivery of the following project.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is planning the construction of a new acute inpatient ward block development at University Hospital Limerick, St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick. This proposed development is to be constructed overhead the hospital's new emergency department (at level 0) and dialysis unit (at level 1), both of which will be required to remain operational during the construction of the inpatient ward block overhead. A total of 4 new inpatient wards, each including 24 single inpatient rooms are envisaged as per the hospital's development control plan along with hospital street link corridors at each level and other associated works. The proposed building extension is anticipated to be in the region of circa 1 950 m2 overall per level giving a gross floor area of circa 7 800 m2 excluding plant space for the project. Related plant room space will also be required as part of the project and will be additional space whilst the existing plant room serving ED and Dialysis and located overhead the dialysis unit will likely need to be relocated as part of the project and addressing this also forms part of the scope of services required from the successful design team.

Auditing services

An Garda Síochána | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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79212000, 72221000, 73000000, 79400000, 79410000, 79414000

An Garda Síochána is embarking on a significant change process, highlighted in its Modernisation and Renewal Programme 2016 - 2021 (please see www.garda.ie). This involves not only significant investment in technological infrastructure, but also improving governance, structures and operational processes in the organisation. It is essential that the aims of the Modernisation and Renewal programme are embedded in the organisational culture of An Garda Síochána. A Cultural Audit involving a staff survey and follow-up focus groups is required. It will be a critical monitoring tool to assess whether the required cultural changes are being made to deliver on the modernisation programme. Tenderers must form their own conclusions about the solution needed to meet the requirements set out here. It is envisioned that the overall cultural audit architecture will have a mixed methods approach.

An Garda Síochána is embarking on a significant change process, highlighted in its Modernisation and Renewal Programme 2016 - 2021 (please see www.garda.ie ). This involves not only significant investment in technological infrastructure, but also improving governance, structures and operational processes in the organisation. However, the programme is also about reinforcing positive behaviours and attitudes amongst the staff of An Garda Síochána that will support this plan. The ultimate aim of the Modernisation and Renewal Programme is to enhance the organisational capability and the service to the public. In order to progress, it is essential that the aims of the Modernisation and Renewal programme are embedded in the organisational culture of An Garda Síochána.

To this end, a Cultural Audit involving a staff survey and follow-up focus groups is required. This will benchmark the organisations current position and measure progress going forward. It will be a critical monitoring tool to assess whether the required cultural changes are being made to deliver on the modernisation programme.

While every effort has been made to provide comprehensive and accurate background information, as well as requirements and specifications, Tenderers must form their own conclusions about the solution needed to meet the requirements set out here. It is envisioned that the overall cultural audit architecture will have a mixed methods approach.

The reason for undertaking a mixed methods approach is that it will provide us with different levels of information that can be used to baseline and measure progress as well as providing us with an in depth understanding of the issues at hand. The spine of the cultural audit will be an internal staff survey that will allow for the quantification of certain norms and behaviours across the workforce of An Garda Síochána. It will also allow the organisation to measure change over time in order to assess whether An Garda Síochána has been successful in establishing the desired cultural beh.

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