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Interior design services

Victoria and Albert Museum | Published August 6, 2016
Winner
Friend and Company Ltd
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Interior design services

Interior Design Consultancy Services.

The British Museum | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Endpoint Limited
cpvs
79932000

Interior design services. The contract award is for a framework agreement to cover the supply of design and other advisory roles in connection with 2 and 3D Interior Design projects commissioned by the British Museum. This contract award also includes a lot for the provision of design advice in connection with signage and way-finding.

Interior Design Consultancy Services.

The British Museum | Published March 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 8, 2015
cpvs
79932000, 79932000, 79932000, 79932000, 79822500

Interior design services. The contract is for a framework agreement to cover the supply of design and other advisory roles in connection with 2 and 3D Interior Design projects commissioned by the British Museum. This Contract Notice also includes a further lot for the provision of design advice in connection with signage and way-finding. Expressions of interest for individual Lots will be considered and will be evaluated separately.

Interior Design Consultancy Services

 | Published December 20, 2015
Winner
Haley Sharpe Design Limited
cpvs
79932000

The contract award is for a framework agreement to cover the supply of design and other advisory roles in connection with 2 and 3D Interior Design projects commissioned by the British Museum. This contract award also includes a lot for the provision of design advice in connection with signage and way-finding.

Interior Design Services Framework for Show Homes.

Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published June 16, 2017  -  Deadline July 18, 2017
cpvs
79932000

Establishment of a Framework Agreement for the provision of interior design related services for Metropolitan's show homes.

London and Quadrant — Sales and Marketing ‘Interior Design Agency’ Framework

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published July 12, 2016
Winner
CID Interieur, David Phillips Furniture Limited, Hatch Interiors Ltd, Jane Clayton & Company Ltd, Designers Inc. Ltd T/A Catherine Wilman Interiors, Dapa Inc Limited
cpvs
79340000, 79413000, 79341000, 79416200, 79416100, 79416000, 79932000

L&Q wish to establish the Sales and Marketing — Interior Design Agency Framework Agreement for the provision of Interior Design services across Shared Ownership and Private Sale developments to help deliver the required sales targets within the next 4 years.

Appointments under the Framework Agreement shall be for the aggregated or singular of the following services:

A. Interior Design concepts and mood boards;

B. Furniture purchase;

C. Furniture storage (should handover dates move);

D. Decorating — painting and wallpaper;

E. Decorating — fixtures and fittings;

F. Lighting and window treatments;

G. Dressing gardens and outdoor spaces;

H. Interior photography.

Collectively known as the ‘Interior Design Agency Services’. These are the main category headings which cover 99 % of the category requirements. L&Q reserves the right to add sub categories within the 4 year term of the Framework Agreement.

Please note that in order to be considered for the tender stage of this procurement process, Applicants must be able to confirm that they can provide and manage all of the categories of Interior Design Agency Services listed in A to H above in-house without outsourcing to a 3rd party. Please refer to question 5.1 of this PQQ which will be assessed on a pass / fail basis.

The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.mytenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx

Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and fail basis to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

London and Quadrant — Sales and Marketing ‘Interior Design Agency’ Framework.

London and Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
79340000, 79413000, 79341000, 79416200, 79416100, 79416000, 79932000

L&Q wish to establish the Sales and Marketing — Interior Design Agency Framework Agreement for the provision of Interior Design services across Shared Ownership and Private Sale developments to help deliver the required sales targets within the next 4 years. Appointments under the Framework Agreement shall be for the aggregated or singular of the following services: A. Interior Design concepts and mood boards, B. Furniture purchase, C. Furniture storage (should handover dates move), D. Decorating — painting and wallpaper, E. Decorating — fixtures and fittings, F. Lighting and window treatments, G. Dressing gardens and outdoor spaces, H. Interior photography. Collectively known as the ‘Interior Design Agency Services’. These are the main category headings which cover 99 % of the category requirements. L&Q reserves the right to add sub categories within the 4 year term of the Framework Agreement. Please note that in order to be considered for the tender stage of this procurement process, Applicants must be able to confirm that they can provide and manage all of the categories of Interior Design Agency Services listed in A to H above in-house without outsourcing to a third party. Please refer to question 5.1 of this PQQ which will be assessed on a pass/fail basis. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at: http://www.mytenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and fail basis to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information, please visit the myTenders website at: http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=164130 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at: http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

NAM Interior Designer

National Army Museum | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 5, 2015
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The National Army Museum (NAM) is looking to appoint an experienced consultant/ consultancy to help it develop the interior design of the non-gallery spaces as part of the Museum's 23.25m GBP Building for the Future (BFTF) project. Specifically this appointment will relate to: 1) Entrance/Orientation area 2) Retail area 3) Cafe area 4) Board room 5) High level bridge 6) Learning suite including Templar Study Centre The required outputs are: - A review of RIBA Stage F proposals and subsequent work undertaken to date and coordination with the same. Note that the Interior Design is at Stage D. - A review of the visual communications work undertaken to date. - A review of the signage and wayfinding strategy and coordination with the same. - A review of the Commercial Report completed. - A review of the Early Years Design proposal and coordination with the same. - Design of the above named spaces (1-6) in light of the above. Note that the floor, wall and ceiling finishes have already been defined as they needed to be coordinated with the gallery finishes. The appointed Interior Designer will therefore need to work within these parameters. - In particular, whilst each of the spaces will require their own character, NAM are keen that the non-gallery spaces read as a whole with a common language to pull together the museum as a fully designed space. Each of the spaces that will fall under the Interior Designer are likely to be used for corporate hire to varying degrees and as such the quality of the spaces must be suitable for these functions as well as their everyday use.

Architectural design services

The Incumbent and PCC of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Marylebone with Holy Trinity St Marylebone | Published December 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2017
cpvs
71220000, 71240000

Multi disciplinary design team for conservation, adaptation and extension works to St. Marylebone Parish Church to include:

— Conservation Architect (Lead Consultant) incorporating Landscape Architect and Interior Design.

— Structural Engineer.

— Mechanical and Electrical Engineer.

— Principal Designer / CDM.

— Access Consultant.

— Fire Engineer and Building Control.

— Wayfinding and Signage Design.

— Acoustic Consultant.

— Exhibition Designer.

— Lighting Designer.

Applicants will be required to complete a pre-qualification questionnaire available from https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bcxrod1g1xhx9ui/AADCX41BRyCYMrZzMIxxTUAVa?dl=0 Submissions should be via email to florence.andrews@focus-consultants.com

Applicants will then be shortlisted and 5-7 applicants will be invited to submit a Tender.

Expressions of Interest for the Provision of Professional Services to undertake Concept Designs, Engineering Services & Project Estimation

Enterprise Saint Helena | Published October 22, 2014
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71541000, 71540000, 71530000, 71521000, 71520000, 71500000, 71322000, 71310000, 71000000, 45212411, 45212410, 45212000, 71240000, 71246000, 71324000, 71322100

Expressions of interest are now invited from multi-disciplinary professional companies, experienced with heritage and historic buildings that are interested in providing Architectural Design, Construction and Project Management services including land and measured surveying, master planning, outline design concepts, detailed design, interior design, landscape design, environmental sustainability, production of plans, Engineering Services (structural, civil, mechanical & electrical), Quantity Surveying including project estimation, value management, bills of quantity, procurement strategy, tendering, construction management, contract management, cost control, programme management and certification services. Companies are requested to provide information relating to successful projects completed and resumes from investors or developers with whom they have contracted, including contact details for reference purposes. The deadline for expressions of interest is no later than 13.00 GMT Friday 28th November 2014.

Conservation of the Painted Hall — Phase 2

The Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College | Published January 20, 2015  -  Deadline March 3, 2015
cpvs
71221000

Architectural, interior design, lead consultant and principal designer services in relation to the Painted Hall. The works comprise: — New inclusive entrance: partitions, ramps, steps, reception area, desk and associated display, lockers, decorations; — Adaptations to King's entrance: washrooms, storage areas, conservation / decoration; — Access ramp improvements (KW colonnade step); — Draft lobbies/ draft doors to inclusive and King's entrances; — Draft lobby in vestibule (if required); — Draft proofing eastern cupola/ dome; — Solar shading to Painted Hall windows; — Joinery: Lower PH perimeter heating ducts, miscellaneous fittings; — KW Undercroft cafeteria/ brasserie installation (non-HLF); — KW kitchen works associated with Ampersand re-fit, e.g. flooring, drainage etc. (non-HLF); — Furniture: PH benches (Provisionally 20no in Lower Hall, 4no in Undrcroft); — Donors boards; — KW secure retail design; — Printed vestibule screen; — Builders work in connection (BWIC) with all building services. The construction budget is in the region of 4 000 000 GBP.

St. Marylebone Changing Lives: Multi Disciplinary Design Team

The Incumbent and PCC of The Ecclesiastical Parish of St Marylebone with Holy Trinity St. Marylebone | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline January 18, 2017
Winner
Caroe Architecture Ltd
cpvs
71220000

Multi disciplinary design team for conservation, adaptation and extension works to St. Marylebone Parish Church to include:-Conservation Architect (Lead Consultant) incorporating Landscape Architect and Interior Design-Structural Engineer-Mechanical and Electrical Engineer-Principal Designer / CDM-Access Consultant-Fire Engineer and Building Control-Wayfinding and Signage Design-Acoustic Consultant-Exhibition Designer-Lighting Designer

Conservation of the Painted Hall — Phase 2.

The Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College | Published February 24, 2016
Winner
Hugh Broughton Architects
cpvs
71221000

Architectural, interior design, lead consultant and principal designer services in relation to the Painted Hall. The works comprise:

— New inclusive entrance: partitions, ramps, steps, reception area, desk and associated display, lockers, decorations;

— Adaptations to King's entrance: wash-rooms, storage areas, conservation / decoration;

— Access ramp improvements (KW colonnade step);

— Draft lobbies/ draft doors to inclusive and King's entrances;

— Draft lobby in vestibule (if required);

— Draft proofing eastern cupola/ dome;

— Solar shading to painted hall windows;

— Joinery: lower pH perimeter heating ducts, miscellaneous fittings;

— KW under-croft cafeteria/ brasserie installation (non-HLF);

— KW kitchen works associated with Ampersand re-fit, e.g. flooring, drainage, etc. (non-HLF);

— Furniture: pH benches (Provisionally 20 No in lower hall, 4 No in under-croft);

— Donors boards;

— KW secure retail design;

— Printed vestibule screen;

— Builders work in connection (BWIC) with all building services.

The construction budget is in the region of 4 000 000 GBP.

V&A Museum Main Shop Design.

Victoria and Albert Museum | Published March 9, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
cpvs
79932000, 79930000, 71220000

Interior design services. Speciality design services. Architectural design services. The V&A is looking for an exciting and ambitious design practice to transform their main shop and introduce a new approach to retail at the museum. This project sits within the broader context of our FuturePlan, an ambitious programme of development in which the best contemporary designers are creating exciting new galleries and visitor facilities, while revealing and restoring the beauty of the original building. Central to these plans is a more holistic approach to the visitor experience, in which hospitality operations are fully integrated with, and complementary to, an exploration of the collections. As the 1st stage in a larger process of re-strategising the museum's commercial activities, the main shop is to be completely resigned and refitted to create a more flexible and dynamic space, which will function in close dialogue with the galleries, exhibitions and events surrounding it. Sitting at the heart of the museum, this site is crucial in defining not only retail within the museum but the visitor experience as a whole. Providing access to and from almost all areas on the ground floor it is traversed by virtually every visitor, whether arriving at or exiting the museum. It is also an iconic destination in its own right, and is regularly featured in lists of the top outlets in London. For all these reasons it is fundamental that the main shop is of a quality to match the surrounding galleries, and is at the forefront of current retail operations and design.

COM1266 — Northern Estate Architectural and Lead Design Services

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published January 3, 2017
Winner
BDP
cpvs
71200000, 35120000, 90712500, 71220000, 71313400, 71313440, 72212300, 71251000, 71313420, 79710000, 72242000, 71313430, 71240000, 71245000, 45212350, 71222000, 71400000, 72212327, 71221000, 72212320, 79415200, 79932000, 71242000, 71420000, 71000000, 71223000, 30196000, 72130000, 35121000, 90000000, 90710000, 71210000, 98200000, 71313450

Expressions of Interest are sought from consultancies with heritage, conservation, and master-planning experience together with sufficient resources for the design of a Programme of refurbishments for multiple buildings on the Parliamentary Estate.

The following list of services are required, however this list is not exhaustive and applicants should note that additional related services may also be required under this appointment:

(i) Lead Designer;

(ii) Architect;

(iii) Conservation Architecture;

(iv) Principle Designer (Health & Safety Adviser/CDM Co-Coordinator);

(v) Supervisor Role (NEC);

(vi) Master-planning;

(vii) Interior Design;

(viii) Space Planning;

(ix) Statutory Consents (including but not limited to Town Planning, Listed Building, and Historic England);

(x) Approved Inspector;

(xi) Information Management (as defined by Construction Industry Council);

(xii) BIM Coordinator;

(xiii) Provision of the Common Data Environment;

(xiv) Accessibility Services (DDA and EIA);

(xv) Surveys (including but not limited to Measured and Condition);

(xvi) BREEAM Assessor;

(xvii) Waste Management Advice;

(xviii) Catering Specialist;

(xix) Landscape Design;

(xx) Security Advisor.

The House of Commons Department of Facilities is embarking on a large-scale programme for the development of the buildings on its Northern Estate.

Under the programme, Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South, 1 Derby Gate, and 1 Parliament Street, all require refurbishment over the next 6 years in a potentially phased manner. This is due largely to the age and fragility of the buildings' Mechanical and Electrical services; poor environmental performance; and fire safety shortcomings. Additionally, these buildings are all listed Grade 1 or Grade 2* and several are of special historical significance.

The Northern Estate holds space equivalent to approximately 30 000 m2 NIA, of which, around 15 300 m2 requires refurbishment.

COM1266 — Northern Estate Architectural and Lead Design Services.

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published May 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
cpvs
30196000, 35120000, 90712500, 71220000, 72212327, 71313400, 71313440, 72212300, 71251000, 71313420, 79710000, 72242000, 71313430, 71240000, 71245000, 71400000, 71222000, 71221000, 72212320, 79415200, 79932000, 71242000, 71420000, 71000000, 71223000, 72130000, 35121000, 90000000, 71200000, 90710000, 45212350, 71210000, 98200000, 71313450

Expressions of Interest are sought from consultancies with heritage, conservation, and masterplanning experience together with sufficient resources for the design of a Programme of refurbishments for multiple buildings on the Parliamentary Estate. The following list of services are required, however this list is not exhaustive and applicants should note that additional related services may also be required under this appointment: (i) Lead Designer; (ii) Architect; (iii) Conservation Architecture; (iv) Principle Designer (Health & Safety Adviser/CDM Co-Coordinator); (v) Supervisor Role (NEC); (vi) Masterplanning; (vii) Interior Design; (viii) Space Planning; (ix) Statutory Consents (including but not limited to Town Planning, Listed Building, and Historic England); (x) Approved Inspector; (xi) Information Management (as defined by Construction Industry Council); (xii) BIM Coordinator; (xiii) Provision of the Common Data Environment; (xiv) Accessibility Services (DDA and EIA); (xv) Surveys (including but not limited to Measured and Condition); (xvi) BREEAM Assessor; (xvii) Waste Management Advice; (xviii) Catering Specialist; (xix) Landscape Design; (xx) Security Advisor. The House of Commons Department of Facilities is embarking on a large-scale programme for the development of the buildings on its Northern Estate. Under the programme, Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South, 1 Derby Gate, and 1 Parliament Street, all require refurbishment over the next 6 years in a potentially phased manner. This is due largely to the age and fragility of the buildings' Mechanical and Electrical services; poor environmental performance; and fire safety shortcomings. Additionally, these buildings are all listed Grade 1 or Grade 2* and several are of special historical significance. The Northern Estate holds space equivalent to approximately 30 000 m² NIA, of which, around 15 300 m² requires refurbishment.

The Supply of Project Management and Design Services for the Cell Therapy Catapult Manufacturing Centre.

Cell Therapy Catapult | Published January 27, 2015
Winner
Morgan Sindall Professional Services Ltd
cpvs
79930000, 71541000, 79415200, 71323200, 71323000, 71242000, 71320000, 22314000

The Cell Therapy Catapult has received government funding to establish a large scale Cell Therapy Manufacturing Centre in the UK. Currently, UK manufacturing is served by small academic centres that are designed to provide material for early stage clinical trials. There is currently no large-scale infrastructure in the UK that would enable the manufacture of cell therapies for late stage, phase III manufacturing and subsequently for in-market supply. The location of the centre is in the process of being selected and it is possible the centre will be a new build facility, or the retro fit of an existing building. The Centre will be located in an area capable of supplying the main European Centres via a robust supply chain within 18 hrs-24 hrs of product manufacture, as this is a common current constraint on shelf life. This location will also position the facility to be able to supply the large potential Middle East and North African (MENA) markets. The Cell Therapy Catapult intends to appoint a combined project management and design team to work with the CTC to deliver the proposed new Manufacturing Centre. The appointment will include both the detailed design of the new facility (this will either be on the basis of a conversion of an existing building or a bespoke new build) together with full project and cost management and Construction Design Management Co-ordinator services to ensure on time and on budget construction and qualification of the manufacturing centre facility (the Services). It is envisaged that the team will work closely with the CTC project team to prepare and submit a planning application for the new facility as early as possible. In addition, it is expected the team will work with the CTC to prepare the detailed specification and Employer's Requirements of the new facility and the preparation and evaluation of tender documentation for the appointment of a suitable Principal Contractor on the basis of an NEC3 form of contract. The appointed project management and design team will be required to work with CTC and the CTC advisors to develop a detailed design and construction plan for the manufacturing centre from the initial pre-concept design that will be provided by CTC. The detailed design is likely to include architectural and interior design services, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services, and other relevant design and planning functions. The detailed design and construction plan must be completed in time for construction works to begin in the first half of 2015. It is expected that the detailed design will be completed by April 2015. Further details of the timescales will be provided in the ITT.

COM1262-Client Advisory Services for the Restoration and Renewal Programme for the Palace of Westmin

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published April 25, 2015
cpvs
45216114, 71337000, 71313410, 71315210, 71340000, 71315000, 71321200, 79411000, 71314300, 71313400, 79993100, 71313200, 71315400, 71242000, 71631400, 71320000, 79417000, 79412000, 98342000, 71248000, 71313420, 71244000, 79932000, 71313450, 71000000, 35120000, 72242000, 71321100, 71330000, 71321000, 71220000, 79934000, 79419000, 71317210, 71313440, 71321400, 71410000, 71420000, 71240000, 72000000, 92522000, 71313000, 71313100, 71631300, 71541000, 79410000, 71328000, 71318100, 71314100, 71321300, 51300000, 71314000, 71210000, 98200000, 72100000, 79400000, 72221000, 71311000, 98341000, 71314200, 75112100, 71356400, 71200000, 71317000, 90650000, 71221000, 71334000, 98340000, 79613000, 71312000, 71317200, 71318000, 72222200, 71324000, 71317100, 79418000, 72700000, 71314310

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) aims to initiate a market engagement exercise for the procurement of client advisory services for the Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Programme. Client advisory services are likely to include, but are not limited to, business case management and writing, project and programme management, cost management, architectural services, design services, building services engineering, civil and structural engineering, health and safety (including asbestos and CDM Regulations), disability (DDA) accessibility, acoustic engineering, approved inspector (building control), interior design, catering services design, landscape design, planning consultancy, fire systems services, security consultancy, specialist lighting design services, ICT system services, Building Information Modelling (see http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/ for more information on Building Information Modelling) and building information management services, drainage engineering services, sustainability and environmental services, energy efficiency services, telephony and telecoms services, services relating to the design of public address systems, decant and relocation services, workspace design services and people flow modelling services. The intention is to appoint an advisory team that will continue for the duration of the programme. The exact scope, size, duration, phasing and delivery model for the services has yet to be defined. The successful client advisory service provider(s) appointed will therefore need to be capable of delivering any one of a number of scenarios under consideration and the fee arrangements will need to accommodate a number of potential scenarios. The Corporate Officers recognise that the Restoration and Renewal programme will be very challenging in terms of its technical complexity, heritage considerations and level of public scrutiny. Their view is that these challenges can only be successfully met by working in partnership with its advisors to develop and deliver collaborative solutions. The Corporate Officers wish to assess the interest and capability of the market for the supply of such services. In doing so, this will be your opportunity to discuss the programme and inform Parliament's approach to procurement. To make further enquiries, obtain further information and provide feedback, visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/parliamentuk/aspx/Home The deadline for expressing feedback is 12:00 (BST) on 20.5.2015. The scale of the Restoration and Renewal Programme can be ascertained from the ‘Pre-Feasibility Study and Preliminary Strategic Business Case', which may be found online at http://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/building/restoration-project/background/ The start date for the procurement is likely to be Autumn 2015, but is subject to further planning.

Procurement of Architectural design and associated design professional consultant services.

CapitalESourcing | Published February 27, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 90491000, 71400000, 90713000, 71251000, 71351811, 71312000, 79932000, 39150000, 71421000, 71223000, 71240000, 71355000, 71322100, 71322000, 71221000, 71410000, 71420000, 90712000, 71510000, 71351720, 71351500, 71250000, 71313000, 71334000, 71313440, 71313200, 71210000, 71315300, 71321200, 71321000, 71356400, 90712500, 71222000, 90712100, 90712400, 71220000

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (the ‘“Contracting Authority”’) seeks expressions of interest from suitability qualified and experienced economic operators to enter into a four framework agreement along with other economic operators to provide architectural design services on a range on developments and schemes for a range of public buildings across Kensington and Chelsea. The Contracting Authority is now seeking, though a competitive procedure with negotiation, to identify in the region of 6 — 8 economic operators who will design such public buildings and provide associated professional consultant services either directly or through third parties. The associated professional services may include, but not be limited to key services: Lead Consultant (design team), Architect (including urban design master planning and regeneration), Principal Designer. Operators would be expected to provide these services across the range of public buildings required, and therefore have significant experiences of: master planning, urban design, and architecture for regeneration, mixed use, housing, specialist extra care housing for older residents, civic, municipal, education, social care and associated health facilities. Operators would be expected to provide on occasion as required by the project/ scheme, either from in-house or from a nominated supply chain, the following additional services: Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health engineering; Structural engineering; Planning Agent/ Town planning advice; Landscape design. On occasion there may be need on a project by project basis to provide a more extensive range of services, either in-house or sub-consultancies, to provide an integrated design service. The Contracting Authority would want to establish as part of Architect Practice details through negotiation stage and at appointment, the range of services that could be achieved: including Acoustics, Daylighting, Archaeology and Conservation/ Heritage, Transport, Ecology/ Sustainability, Accessibility, Interior Design, ICT and Furniture and Equipment, Surveys/ Investigations. The Contracting Authority intends to use a design competition as part of the selection process. The Contracting Authority expects over the 4 years that the Framework is anticipated to run to undertake numerous high profile developments of public buildings within Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The objective of the procurement is to establish a framework of consultants from which the Contracting Authority may call off services over the next 4 years. The economic operators will all be architectural practices since it is the key discipline but there will be a range of other associated construction professional services within the scope which would be commissioned as required and delivered either in-house by the economic operator or by way of sub-consultancy. The procurement will be carried out using a competitive procedure with negotiation. The PQQ stage will reduce the number of operators to around 12 to 15 with an Initial Tender stage to follow. This will be followed by a negotiation stage and then a Final Tender submission including a design contest. The economic operators that are judged to have submitted the best designs will be invited to enter a framework agreement with the Contracting Authority.

Since the procurement includes a design contest the Contracting Authority includes the following information required by Part E of Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council where such information is not already included elsewhere in this notice. The design contest will be used as part of the procedure leading to the award of a public service contract. The number of participants contemplated for the design contest is approximately 10. No participants for the design contest have already been selected. The design contest participants will be those economic operators who qualify to participate in the tender stage by being selected at the PQQ stage and then pass the Initial Tender stage and complete Negotiation and Final Tender submission. The criteria for the selection of the entrants to the design contest is set out in the procurement documents that can be found by following the information provided in this notice. The time limit to participate in being considered for the design contest is as provided in this notice. Participation in the design contest will be restricted to members of the architectural profession. The criteria for the selection of the winners of the design contest will be as set out in the procurement documents. The decision of the jury will be binding on the Contracting Authority. The Contracting Authority will not be making payments to economic operators that enter the design contest in respect of their entry. It is anticipated that the Contracting Authority will enter framework agreements with the economic operators who are judged to have been the top entrants in the design contest.

COM1262-Client Advisory Services for the Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Programme for

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 29, 2015
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Type of procedure: Competitive procedure with negotiation. COM1262/L1 Lot 1 — Appointment of an architect-led design team to provide client advisory design services for the Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Programme. COM1262/L2 Lot 2 — Appointment of a team to provide client advisory programme, project & cost management services for the Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Programme. The exact scope, size, duration, phasing and delivery model for the services has yet to be defined; however various delivery models and outcome level scenarios are currently under consideration by Parliament and can be viewed by following this link: http://www.restorationandrenewal.parliament.uk/ . A decision in principle on how the Programme will be delivered is expected to be made by members of both Houses in Spring 2016; meanwhile Parliament is proceeding to procure management and design services now so that the necessary Consultants are in place and ready to progress the Programme when a decision in principle is made in Spring 2016. The appointed consultants will therefore need to be capable of delivering any one, or a blend, of the scenarios under consideration. The scale of the Restoration and Renewal Programme can be ascertained from the ‘Pre-Feasibility Study and Preliminary Strategic Business Case’, which may be found online at http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-commission/PED-Modernisation-Report-Oct12.pdf. The Corporate Officers recognise that the Restoration and Renewal Programme will be very challenging in terms of its scale, technical complexity, heritage considerations and level of public scrutiny. Their view is that these challenges can only be successfully met by working collaboratively with its advisors to develop and deliver the required outcomes. The Corporate Officers reserve the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations. CPV Codes: Lot 1 Architectural & Building Design Services — 71000000-8 Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services; 71200000-0 Architectural and related services; 71210000-3 Advisory architectural services; 71220000-6 Architectural design services; 71221000-3 Architectural services for buildings; 71222000-0 Architectural services for outdoor areas; 71223000-7 Architectural services for building extensions; 71240000-2 Architectural, engineering and planning services; 71241000-9 Feasibility study, advisory service, analysis; 71243000-3 Draft plans (systems and integration); 71244000-0 Calculation of costs, monitoring of costs; 71245000-7 Approval plans, working drawings and specifications; 71246000-4 Determining and listing of quantities in construction; 71247000-1 Supervision of building work; 71248000-8 Supervision of project and documentation; 71250000-5 Architectural, engineering and surveying services; 71251000-2 Architectural and building-surveying services; 71300000-1 Engineering services; 71310000-4 Consultative engineering and construction services; 71311000-1 Civil engineering consultancy services; 71311200-3 Transport systems consultancy services; 71311210-6 Highways consultancy services; 71311300-4 Infrastructure works consultancy services; 71312000-8 Structural engineering consultancy services; 71313000-5 Environmental engineering consultancy services; 71313100-6 Noise-control consultancy services; 71313200-7 Sound insulation and room acoustics consultancy services; 71313400-9 Environmental impact assessment for construction; 71313410-2 Risk or hazard assessment for construction; 71313420-5 Environmental standards for construction; 71313430-8 Environmental indicators analysis for construction; 71313440-1 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) services for construction; 71313450-4 Environmental monitoring for construction; 71314000-2 Energy and related services; 71314100-3 Electrical services; 71314300-5 Energy-efficiency consultancy services; 71314310-8 Heating engineering services for buildings; 71315000-9 Building services; 71315100-0 Building-fabric consultancy services; 71315200-1 Building consultancy services; 71315210-4 Building services consultancy services; 71315300-2 Building surveying services; 71315400-3 Building-inspection services; 71315410-6 Inspection of ventilation system; 71316000-6 Telecommunication consultancy services; 71317000-3 Hazard protection and control consultancy services; 71317100-4 Fire and explosion protection and control consultancy services; 71317200-5 Health and safety services; 71317210-8 Health and safety consultancy services; 71318000-0 Advisory and consultative engineering services; 71318100-1 Artificial and natural lighting engineering services for buildings; 71320000-7 Engineering design services; 71321000-4 Engineering design services for mechanical and electrical installations for buildings; 71321200-6 Heating-system design services; 71321300-7 Plumbing consultancy services; 71321400-8 Ventilation consultancy services; 71322000-1 Engineering design services for the construction of civil engineering works; 71322100-2 Quantity surveying services for civil engineering works; 71323100-9 Electrical power systems design services; 71323200-0 Plant engineering design services; 71325000-2 Foundation design services; 71326000-9 Ancillary building services; 71327000-6 Load-bearing structure design services; 71328000-3 Verification of load-bearing structure design services; 71330000-0 Miscellaneous engineering services; 71331000-7 Drilling-mud engineering services; 71332000-4 Geotechnical engineering services; 71333000-1 Mechanical engineering services; 71334000-8 Mechanical and electrical engineering services; 71335000-5 Engineering studies; 71336000-2 Engineering support services; 71337000-9 Corrosion engineering services; 71340000-3 Integrated engineering services; 71350000-6 Engineering-related scientific and technical services; 71351100-4 Core preparation and analysis services; 71351200-5 Geological and geophysical consultancy services; 71351210-8 Geophysical consultancy services; 71351220-1 Geological consultancy services; 71351500-8 Ground investigation services; 71351720-6 Geophysical surveys of archaeological sites; 71351810-4 Topographical services; 71351811-1 Topographical surveys of archaeological sites; 71351914-3 Archaeological services; 71353000-7 Surface surveying services; 71353100-8 Hydrographic surveying services; 71353200-9 Dimensional surveying services; 71355000-1 Surveying services; 71356000-8 Technical services; 71356200-0 Technical assistance services; 71356300-1 Technical support services; 71356400-2 Technical planning services; 71400000-2 Urban planning and landscape architectural services; 71410000-5 Urban planning services; 71420000-8 Landscape architectural services; 79932000-6 Interior design services; 79933000-3 Design support services; 79934000-0 Furniture design services; 71500000-3 Construction-related services; 71510000-6 Site-investigation services; 71530000-2 Construction consultancy services; Lot 2 Programme, Project & Cost management Services: 71541000-2 Construction project management services; 79400000-8 Business and management consultancy and related services; 79410000-1 Business and management consultancy services; 79411000-8 General management consultancy services; 71520000-9 Construction supervision services; 71530000-2 Construction consultancy services; 71248000-8 Supervision of project and documentation; 71317210-8 Health and safety consultancy services; 71313410-2 Risk or hazard assessment for construction; 71244000-0 Calculation of costs, monitoring of costs; 71324000-5 Quantity surveying services; 71322100-2 Quantity surveying services for civil engineering works.