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Consultant for Interior Design (Client Side)

MEDICINES DISCOVERY CATAPULT SERVICES LIMITED | Published September 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 12, 2017
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Monteith Scott Limited
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71220000

The Consultant has been engaged to provide interior design Services to the Client in relation to the Ground Floor of its Alderley Park office and laboratory facility. This contract has been terminated as no longer required.

Interior Design and Supply of Furnishings for Extra Care Project and other Care and Support Schemes.

Family Housing Association (Wales Ltd) | Published December 11, 2014
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Tina Davies-Childs LimitedEast Barn, Fairclough Hall Farm, Halls GreenHitchin SG4 7DP www.tinadavieschilds.co.uk
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39516100, 79932000

Family Housing Association (Wales) Ltd (The Association) is looking to appoint a contractor to carry out the interior design of the furnishings and decoration of the communal areas within the Gwynfryn Extra Care Housing Scheme. The contractor will also be expected to supply all necessary furnishings in accordance with the agreed design however the Association will contract the completion of decoration as per the agreed design separately. The appointed contractor will also be considered for the design and supply of interior furnishing for other schemes managed by the Association along with any new developments that may be commissioned within a 3 year period. The Gwynfryn Extra Care Scheme consists of 50 individual apartments within a large communal building located in the Ammanford area of Carmarthenshire. It includes a range of communal facilities such as corridors with designated sitting areas, offices, meeting rooms, health suites and a restaurant. The appointed contractor will be expected to design the decoration of all office areas however the Association will arrange the supply of office furnishings via its existing approved contractor for this.

Interior Design and Supply of Furnishings For Extra Care Project and other Care and Support Schemes

Family Housing Association (Wales Ltd) | Published December 8, 2014
Winner
Tina Davies-Childs Limited
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39516100, 79932000

Family Housing Association (Wales) Ltd (The Association) is looking to appoint a contractor to carry out the interior design of the furnishings and decoration of the communal areas within the Gwynfryn Extra Care Housing Scheme. The contractor will also be expected to supply all necessary furnishings in accordance with the agreed design however the Association will contract the completion of decoration as per the agreed design separately. The appointed contractor will also be considered for the design and supply of interior furnishing for other schemes managed by the Association along with any new developments that may be commissioned within a 3 year period. The Gwynfryn Extra Care Scheme consists of 50 individual apartments within a large communal building located in the Ammanford area of Carmarthenshire. It includes a range of communal facilities such as corridors with designated sitting areas, offices, meeting rooms, health suites and a restaurant. The appointed contractor will be expected to design the decoration of all office areas however the Association will arrange the supply of office furnishings via its existing approved contractor for this.

Art House - Architectural and Interior Design Services

Procurement Department | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
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71220000, 71200000

The Art House is a listed 1930’s building, with large open interior spaces across 2 levels. The University wishes to refurbish and repurpose this former furniture showroom into a creative, contemporary, flexible space. Primary users will be Illustration students and staff but there will be many students from related disciplines also using the building, such as digital media, screen writing and animation.

The architectural treatment will be grounded in the creative, inclusive and educational purposes of the building.

The University wishes to appoint an Architect with experience in the refurbishment of Listed Building & Fit Out for Higher Educational purposes (ideally design of art facilities) to further develop the feasibility scheme to obtaining planning permission and to discharge all pre-conditions. Furthermore, to undertake a watching brief (Client side) during the Construction through to completion.

Hotel & Thermal Spa Interior Design Services.

Buxton Crescent Hotel and Thermal Spa Company Limited | Published January 9, 2014
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Think Curious14 Greville StreetLondon EC1N 8SB +44 2031765555
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79932000

An Interior Designer for a Grade 1 Listed Hotel & Spa refurbishment is required to provide a focus on the design of the internal spaces, ensuring there is a cohesive design theme running through the building, ensuring that the finishes are appropriate for the specialist uses in the building and that the services and other key interfaces are fully coordinated so they are ‘lost' in the design. They need to take the ‘base building' design to the next level of design, to ensure the quality and feel of the various spaces is appropriate.

Interior Design and Supply of Furnishings For Extra Care Project and other Care and Support Schemes

Family Housing Association (Wales Ltd) | Published May 22, 2014
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39516100, 79932000

Family Housing Association (Wales) Ltd (The Association) is looking to appoint a contractor to carry out the interior design of the furnishings and decoration of the communal areas within the Gwynfryn Extra Care Housing Scheme. The contractor will also be expected to supply all necessary furnishings in accordance with the agreed design however the Association will contract the completion of decoration as per the agreed design separately. The appointed contractor will also be considered for the design and supply of interior furnishing for other schemes managed by the Association along with any new developments that may be commissioned within a 3 year period. The Gwynfryn Extra Care Scheme consists of 50 individual apartments within a large communal building located in the Ammanford area of Carmarthenshire. It includes a range of communal facilities such as corridors with designated sitting areas, offices, meeting rooms, health suites and a restaurant. The appointed contractor will be expected to design the decoration of all office areas however the Association will arrange the supply of office furnishings via its existing approved contractor for this. CPV: 39516100, 79932000.

Future Train Interior Design Book

HS2 | Published June 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
Winner
New Territory
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79415200

HS2 Ltd has awarded a contract to engage a Creative Partner to collaboratively explore and develop new train interior design concepts in order to enhance the experience for all who interact with HS2 railway and cultivate a long lasting impression of the future HS2 Ltd.'s brand. In order to create these concepts, the Creative Partner will develop: • A virtual environment of five customer experience subjects as defined by HS2 Ltd; • 2D and 3D CAD models ; • A total design book (demonstrating in a realistic way could potentially look and feel like); • A digital design book video; and • An on-board 3D fly through movie of the train. Following a sub-OJEU open competition advertised via the Contracts Finder website (see previous opportunity notice at: https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/9f15bdbd-0c97-4707-9d2e-236e3a6f1f95) the contract has been awarded to New Territory.

Framework Agreement for Architectural, Interior Design and Master Planning Services for the delivery

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
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ADP Architects, FaulknerBrowns LLP, HNW Architects Ltd, Howarth Litchfield Partnership
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71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 79932000, 71400000, 71240000, 71220000, 71356400

The University of Southampton (the University) recognises that its halls accommodation is an important influence on the Student Experience whilst at university and moreover could influence the application process. The recruitment of students in the higher education sector is becoming increasingly competitive and it is clear that the quality and availability of halls accommodation can be a contributory factor in potential students and their parent's decision making process. The University has undertaken a holistic review of its Residential Estate from which it has developed its Residences Strategy. It is recognised there is a long term need for additional bed spaces to meet a forecasted growth in student numbers but also to improve current provisions through a complex refurbishment and on-going maintenance programme by providing ‘swing space’. A team has been set up to oversee the projects that comprise the proposed strategy which, if implemented will have an estimated value in excess of GBP 200 000 000. This currently includes up to 10 comprehensive refurbishments totalling in the region of GBP 35 000 000 with the remainder being new developments. These new developments are currently expected to be a mix of University delivered projects on their existing estate and those delivered elsewhere by third party developers. Where new developments are delivered through third parties the University will look to their framework consultants to assist in the evaluation of proposals and therefore a good understanding of and experience in the evaluation and procurement process is beneficial. The Estates and Facilities Directorate is responsible for the management of all new build and refurbishment works, building services, infrastructure projects and plant rooms on the University estate. This includes the Halls estate which currently comprises approximately 6 100 student rooms across two principle campuses and a number of individual halls within both Southampton and Winchester. A wider appreciation of the University's facilities and location can be obtained by visiting the University's website: www.soton.ac.uk/accommodation This framework is for architectural services. However on some projects the University may look to individual consultants to be able to provide, in addition to architectural services, master planning and interior design as individual services or a one stop shop service. On larger projects, or where appropriate, the provision of architectural services by individual consultants may be supplemented by consultants from similar University frameworks for the provision of other construction-related services. The University is establishing a collaborative framework of consultants from relevant professional disciplines who combine technical expertise in their relevant professional areas with an ability to work as a team with other framework consultants in different disciplines. Framework consultants will work with the Estates and Facilities Directorate and selected contractors to provide buildings and refurbishments that meet the needs of the University and provide best value for money in terms both of their capital and (perhaps more importantly) whole life costs.

Future Train Interior Design Book

HIGH SPEED TWO (HS2) LIMITED | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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79415200

Overview of Requirement: HS2 Ltd wish to procure a Creative Partner to collaboratively explore and develop new train interior design concepts to enhance the experience for all who interact with HS2 railway and cultivate a long lasting impression of the future HS2 brand. In order to create these concepts, the Creative Partner will be required to develop: • A virtual environment of five customer experience subjects as defined by HS2 Ltd; • 2D and 3D CAD models ; • A total design book (demonstrating in a realistic way could potentially look and feel like); • A digital design book video; and • An on-board 3D fly through movie of the train. Procurement Process and Next Steps: The procurement exercise is being conducted using HS2 Ltd's e-Sourcing Portal; Bravo. All messages should be sent through the Bravo secure messaging facility following publication of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation. In order to obtain a copy of the ITT documentation and participate in this procurement exercise, prospective Tenderers will need to initially register on Bravo e-Sourcing Portal as per the instructions included in the 'Additional Information' section below. Timescales for the Procurement: ITT documentation available on the Bravo e-Sourcing Portal: 17 March 2017 - Deadline for clarifications: 24 March 2017 (12 noon) - Deadline for tender submissions: 7 April 2017 (12 noon) - Contract Award: 24 April 2017

Interior Design Service to Sheltered Housing Accommodation

Cartrefi Conwy Cyfyngedig | Published June 24, 2014
Winner
Just Imagine Contract Interiors
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Cartrefi Conwy Cyfyngedig, a Housing Association (LSVT) with approximately 3800 properties throughout the county of Conwy, is inviting expressions of interest from experienced suppliers of Interior Design Services to work alongside the Neighbourhood Services and Asset Management Teams to develop concepts for the internal and external refurbishment of Sheltered Housing acccommodation, including Community Centres. Cartrefi Conwy wish to appoint candidates with experience of working within the Social Housing sector and in particular knowledge and experience of the changing needs of the elderly and vulnerable, to offer innovative and cost effective design solutions to the refurbishment of a Enhanced Sheltered Housing scheme and additional Community Centres. It is proposed that the contract will be for a period of 12 months with scope to extend for a further 12 months subject to value for money and performance.

St Pancras Transformed: British Library Catering & Interior Design

British Library | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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79930000

The British Library is tendering for a design agency to work on phase 1 of the St Pancras Transformed project to include the following work: a. Develop an overall “design language” for use across all elements of this phase and possibly into subsequent phases. b. Develop cohesive design proposals for each of the areas listed, creating inviting, innovative and fit for purpose spaces for our staff, members and visitors to enjoy. c. Work with stakeholders including St Pancras Transformed Project Team, Estates, IT, Security, Cofely (the Library’s maintenance contractor), and the Library’s catering consultant to develop final designs for each area listed below. 1. A new space for a staff catering and lounge facility 2. A modified bar and seating area in our Conference Centre to support commercial and cultural events 3. A new Members area ready for the launch of our Membership Scheme in September 2016. Suppliers interested in this opportunity should; 1) Browse to https://bl.bravosolution.co.uk 2) Click on View Current Opportunities and Notices link 3) Follow the instructions to register on the eTendering portal. 4) Download the tender documents 5) Follow the instructions in the documents to submit a response

TD0946 Parkland View extra care development: specialist interior design, supply and installation of soft furnishings and furniture to communal areas

Derby City Council | Published May 28, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2015
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Derby City Council intends to appoint a Service Provider for the provision of specialist interior design, manufacture/supply and installation of soft furnishings, furniture, etc, in respect of the communal areas of Parkland View, an extra care development that is currently under construction for the Council. The company chosen to work with the Council will be required to design the internal colour schemes, furniture, soft furnishings, internal non-statutory signage and decorative accessories in a style that reflects current best practice to achieve an overall environment that is sympathetic to the needs of older people and those with dementia and similar age-related conditions. A two stage procurement process is being used. Stage one of this process comprises a pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ), designed to identify and shortlist suitable potential suppliers. Stage two will be the formal tender process involving those organisations identified and selected from stage one. The shortlist will be likely to include four to six organisations (providing that there is sufficient number of suitable applicants for this number to be selected). The right is reserved to invite more or fewer organisations. The Invitation to Tender document, including the full specification, is available at this stage for information only. The only submission required from interested parties for Stage one is the completed PQQ. The contract is intended to start 3rd August 2015 and expire April 2016. The successful tenderer will be expected to work with the Council and main contractor to agree a detailed timetable for the work. Suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 3pm on Tuesday 16th June 2015. The deadline for returns is 2pm, Thursday 18th June 2015.

Interior Design/Space Planning & Refurbishment at Atrium Court, Glasgow

Scottish Enterprise | Published June 4, 2014
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Anchorpoint Interiors
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391000, 399999

This is a Contract Award Notice. This contract has now been awarded. Please do not respond to this notice. Scottish Enterprise is seeking to appoint a competent contractor who will provide a complete package of work to revitalize our headquarters office space in Atrium Court, 50 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. These works are to reflect use as a busy meeting hub for our large number of business customers and international visitors, including high profile guests. The package will focus on interior design and space planning through to completion of refurbishment including refreshing decor and carpets throughout.

Interior design and supply of furnishings for extra care project and other care and support schemes.

Family Housing Association (Wales Ltd) | Published May 24, 2014  -  Deadline July 1, 2014
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39516100, 79932000

Family Housing Association (Wales) Ltd (The Association) is looking to appoint a contractor to carry out the interior design of the furnishings and decoration of the communal areas within the Gwynfryn Extra Care Housing Scheme. The contractor will also be expected to supply all necessary furnishings in accordance with the agreed design however the association will contract the completion of decoration as per the agreed design separately. The appointed contractor will also be considered for the design and supply of interior furnishing for other schemes managed by the Association along with any new developments that may be commissioned within a 3 year period. The Gwynfryn Extra Care Scheme consists of 50 individual apartments within a large communal building located in the Ammanford area of Carmarthenshire. It includes a range of communal facilities such as corridors with designated sitting areas, offices, meeting rooms, health suites and a restaurant. The appointed contractor will be expected to design the decoration of all office areas however the association will arrange the supply of office furnishings via its existing approved contractor for this. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=10483. 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.sell2wales.gov.uk/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.

Design Team to develop interpretive strategies and interior design proposals for the Harris Museum and Art Gallery

Preston City Council | Published April 4, 2018  -  Deadline April 16, 2018
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152050, 391500

Preston City Council wishes to engage the services of a suitably qualified and experienced Design Team to develop interpretive strategies and interior design proposals for the Harris Museum and Art Gallery and Library HLF Round 1 Application

Interior design services

Forestry Commission | Published March 23, 2013
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Outside Studios 5 John Street GL5 2HA Stroud UNITED KINGDOM
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39154000, 45450000, 79932000

The Forestry Commission has awarded a contract for the design, delivery and installation of all interpretation associated with the new welcome building at Westonbirt National Arboretum. This exciting new facility will provide all future visitors with: 1. A warm and hassle free welcome; 2. A deep appreciation of Westonbirt's significance, our work and the importance of trees to society in line withour mission; "to connect people with trees to improve the quality of life"; 3. Clear choices about where to go and what to do during their visit; a jumping off point to other interpretation"hotspots" around the site; 4. Reasons to return; 5. Ways of supporting Westonbirt further e.g. through provision of membership services. We envisage the project will be delivered through a number of phases: 1. Development of initial concepts / plan; 2. Working up agreed concept (research, copy-writing, design/artwork, detailed specifications); 3. Prototyping ideas, copy, inter-actives with visitors; 4. Build and installation of final works; 5. Development of associated maintenance plans.

Architectural and Interior Design Services in respect of the Himbleton Road Townhouse

Procurement Department | Published July 13, 2017  -  Deadline August 8, 2017
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71220000

The University is seeking to develop a small plot on its St John’s campus to provide additional residential accommodation. It is intended that the new accommodation will take the form of a two storey ‘townhouse’ providing a mix of fully accessible rooms and standard rooms.

The British Horological Institute - Conservation Architect including Principal Designer and Interior Design Services

FOCUS CONSULTANTS 2010 LLP | Published November 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 5, 2016
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71221000

The British Horological Institute (BHI) is looking to appoint an experience Conservation Architect to help to develop the £4.9 million ‘Saving Time’ project. The Saving Time project includes: Restoration of the existing Stable Block and Glasshouse to house the National Centre for Horology. Repair and restoration of the Upton Hall West Wing, including the creation of a new glazed entrance atrium, to allow it to be used commercially for functions, events, weddings and the like. - The facility will include training workshops, student facilities, BHI offices, an education space, collection display spaces and visitor facilities. External infrastructure enhancements to support the above, including 50 new parking spaces. BHI have recently secured a Heritage Lottery Fund Round 1 award to develop the Saving Time project. The design is developed to RIBA Stage 1 level of detail and the initial consultancy appointments will be to support the client in realising a HLF Round 2 submission. This development stage will require creation of a RIBA Stage 2 design, RIBA Stage 3 design and statutory authority application. Funding for the development stage is already in place. It is BHI’s intention to retain the successful Conservation Architect for the implementation stage but this is contingent upon securing the full HLF award and the matched funding package being realised. The Conservation Architect will be the Lead Designer, Principal Designer and Interior Designer for all stages. The Client is also considering utilising the Conservation Architect to undertake the Contract Administration role during the implementation stage and an extra over fee will be requested for this service as part of the tender response (not included in the lowest/highest fee value figures)

Contract to supply Interpretive Exhibition & Interior Design, and Project Management

Wirksworth Heritage Centre | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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Wirksworth Heritage Centre in Derbyshire is in the process of re-locating to a central location in the town. Its new site is currently under redevelopment, funded largely by a £1.3m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project is now about to enter the stage 2 Delivery Phase. The trustees wish to appoint a suitably experienced organisation to: 1. Develop a set of design proposals for the museum exhibition spaces and other areas of interpretation areas in the building. 2. Plan the interior design of the retail & catering areas in the new heritage centre, which will also incorporate elements of heritage interpretation. 3. Manage the design, build and fit-out process of the museum, its exhibition spaces and other interpretation areas. The contract will commence in late March 2017 and will continue until the opening of the new heritage centre in June/July 2018