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

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
ADP Architects, FaulknerBrowns LLP, HNW Architects Ltd, Howarth Litchfield Partnership
cpvs
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.

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.

Technical support services

Procurement for Housing | Published November 22, 2017
Winner
Graham Asset Management t /a Graham Facilities Mgt
cpvs
71356300, 71250000, 71541000, 72224000, 79421000, 71244000, 71324000, 71322100, 71312000, 45351000, 45315100, 71335000, 71313410, 71220000, 71221000, 71000000, 71320000, 79720000, 71315300, 71317200, 71242000, 71310000, 71318000, 45262660, 90650000, 45232430

Tender is for the provision of a variety of professional support services which are required in order to support the Assets function of Clients throughout the UK.

Procurement for Housing are working in conjunction with Whitefriars Housing who have committed to utilise this framework. Below are estimates of spend specifically from Whitefriars Housing:

Asset Management — 540 000 GBP

Project Management — 360 000 GBP

Cost and Quantity Surveying Services — 380 000 GBP

Structural Engineering — 400 000 GBP

Mechanical and Electrical — 200 000 GBP

Architectural and Design — 600 000 GBP

Non-Traditional — 280 000 GBP

Health and Safety, Construction Design Management — 500 000 GBP

General Consultancy — 280 000 GBP

Asbestos — 260 000 GBP

Legionella — 200 000 GBP

The values quoted are not guaranteed.

— Stock Condition Surveys,

— House Condition Surveys,

— Fire Risk Assessments,

— Active Asset Management (stock rationalisation),

— Options Appraisals,

— Strategic Asset Management and Business Planning Advice,

— Data Validation,

— Database Support,

— Housing Quality Standards Surveys (Decent Homes, WHQS, SHQS),

— HHSRS Surveys,

— Building Surveying,

— DDA Audits,

— Microgeneration Surveys,

— Dilapidation Surveys,

— Estate/Environmental Surveys,

— Energy Performance Certificates.

— Building Surveyor,

— Employers Agent,

— Contract Manager/Administrator,

— Programme Manager,

— Project Manager,

— Clerk of Works and Quality Manager,

— Partnering Adviser,

— Resident Liaison Officer.

— Quantity Surveyor & Cost Control

— Partnering and Best Value Procurement Advisers

— Guidance on Selection of Construction Documentation and Contract Forms

— Pre-Work Estimate and Budget Advice

— Tender Document and Preparation

— Stock valuation

— Commercial Valuation

— Insurance reinstatement costs.

This lot includes the following:

— Structural design

— Investigation & Reporting of Building Defects

— Option Appraisal of Structural Solutions

— Foundation & Geotechnical Investigations

— Structural Calculations.

This lot includes the following:

Building Services Design

— Detail design, specification & contract preparation

— Feasibility studies

— Condition surveys, pre-acquisition surveys

— Life cycle analysis

— Tender appraisal & negotiation

— Contract administration

— Site supervision

— Commission witnessing

— Facilities Maintenance & Asset Management

Mechanical Engineering

— Boiler & Power plants

— Heating

— Ventilation

— Air Conditioning

— Domestic Water Services

— Building Management & control

— Commissioning & witnessing

Electrical Engineering

— Power Generation & Distribution

— High voltage systems

— Medium & low voltage systems

— Small power installations

— Standby generation

— UPS installations

— Lightning protection

— Security & access control

— Public address & staff location

— Voice & data

— Radio & television

— CCTV Systems

— Commissioning & witnessing

— PAT Testing

Lighting

Interior lighting design

— Exterior lighting design

— Lighting equipment design input

— Environmental planning services including lighting impact studies, planning application analysis & light pollution control

— Lighting control systems

Lifts

— Maintenance management

— Surveys & reports on existing installations

— Traffic studies

— Management Strategies

— Plant performance

Design and specification

— Tender analysis and negotiations

— Site installation inspections

— Commissioning & Witnessing

— Health & Safety Assessments

Renewables

— Solar Thermal

— Solar Electric (Photovoltaics)

— Wind

— Ground Source Heat pumps

— Biomass

— CHP & Micro CHP.

This lot includes the following:

— Master planning

— Landscape Design

Interior Design

— Feasibility Proposals

— Option Studies

— Measured Building Surveys

— New Build Design

— Refurbishment Design

— Use of BIM for Co-ordinated Design

— SAP Assessments

— Lifetime Homes Assessments

— Housing Quality Indicators Assessments

— BBA Certified U-Value Calculations

— BREEAM.

This lot includes the following:

— Investigation & Reporting of Building Defects

— PRC Homes Licensed Repair Schemes

— Assessment in accordance with the Non Traditional Homes Appraisal Scheme (NTHAS)

— Assured Life and Mortgageable Repair Solutions

— Option Appraisal.

This lot includes the following:

Principal Designer:

— Plan, manage, monitor the pre-construction phase

— Co-ordinate matters relating to H&S during pre-construction & construction

— Assist the Client to provide pre-construction information.

— Liaise with the Principal Contractor.

— Prepare the Health and Safety File and review and or update as appropriate.

CDM Consultant

— Ensure the cooperation and coordination of Health and Safety related requirements.

— Manage the delivery team relating to Health and Safety including technical advice and site inspections

— Liaise with the Principal Designer, other Designers and the Principal Contractor

— Provide design, specification and construction audits

— Provide pre and post construction phase advice to contractors

— Provide training in CDM matters to contractors.

This lot includes the following:

— Repairs Service Health check

— Risk Registers

— Process Mapping

— Insourcing

— Outsourcing

— Gas Auditing

— Electrical Auditing

— Commercial Growth

— Organisational Change/Business Diversification

— Partnerships/Mergers

— Business Planning/stress testing

— Strategic Housing Policy

— ICT support/advice

— Employers Agent Services

— Party Wall Act Formalities and Advice

— Client Representation/Critical Friend

— Training Programs

— Workshop Facilitation

— Risk Management

— Key Performance Indicator Measurement, Reporting & Benchmarking.

This lot includes the following:

— Management

— Surveying

— Testing

— Analytical Services

— Removal

— Training

— Expert Witness.

This lot includes the following:

— Risk Assessments

— Training

— Testing

— Compliance Solutions

— Chlorination

— Disinfection Service

— Water Treatment.

Construction Professional Services Mulit-Lot Framework Agreement

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published February 2, 2015  -  Deadline March 6, 2015
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79415200, 79932000, 79933000, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71220000, 71250000, 71251000, 71315300, 71324000, 71312000, 75251110, 72224000, 71541000, 71541000, 71315300, 71251000, 71324000, 71200000, 71220000, 71312000, 71321000, 75251110, 79932000, 79415200, 71220000

The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to procure a Framework Agreement for Construction Professional Services. The 9 Lot Framework is for a two year period with the option to extend annually for a further two years. The Lots are defined as : Lot 1 – Project Management Services Lot 2 – Quantity Surveying Services Lot 3 – Building Surveying Services Lot 4 – Architectural Services Lot 5 – Structural Engineering Services Lot 6 – Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services Lot 7 – Fire Engineering Lot 8 – Interior Design, Space Planning & Move Management Services Lot 9 - Multi-Discipline Design Team Services The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire contains full information on the scope, value and requirements for each Lot. CPV: 79415200, 79932000, 79933000, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71220000, 71250000, 71251000, 71315300, 71324000, 71312000, 75251110, 72224000, 71541000.

Construction Professional Services Multi-Lot Framework Agreement

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published March 23, 2016
Winner
Gardiner & Theobald Llp
cpvs
79415200, 79932000, 79933000, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71220000, 71250000, 71251000, 71315300, 71324000, 71312000, 75251110, 72224000, 71541000

The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to procure a Framework Agreement for Construction Professional Services. The 9 Lot Framework is for a 2-year period with the option to extend annually for a further 2 years.

The Lots are defined as:

Lot 1 — Project Management Services

Lot 2 — Quantity Surveying Services

Lot 3 — Building Surveying Services

Lot 4 — Architectural Services

Lot 5 — Structural Engineering Services

Lot 6 — Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services

Lot 7 — Fire Engineering

Lot 8 — Interior Design, Space Planning & Move Management Services

Lot 9 — Multi-Discipline Design Team Services

The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire contains full information on the scope, value and requirements for each Lot.

Principal Contractor for the New Boroughmuir High School

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published June 23, 2015
Winner
O'hare & Mcgovern
cpvs
45210000, 45214220, 45214200

The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to appoint a suitably experienced building contractor to undertake the construction of Boroughmuir High School, Edinburgh. The proposed Contract is for a new build 1165 pupil High School with a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) at roof level and landscaping to both the school grounds and adjacent public space. The five floor story building will be constructed with a piled foundation substructure; superstructure shall comprise cast in-situ post-tensioned concrete flat slabs supported on concrete columns with cast in-situ stability cores. Steel frames for the long span structures over the sports hall, central atrium and rooftop plant screening. The elevations are mixture of glass and GRC contained within a structural frame. Internally, the classrooms are arranged in perimeter formation with a central Atrium Space that will be the “heart” of the school. The building will be constructed for sustainability, energy efficiency, good quality lighting, internal comfort and effective acoustic performance. Extensive works to be carried out to adjoining roads at Dundee Street and Viewforth including installation of traffic signals and narrowing of carriageway to the existing listed structure Viewforth Bridge. Specialist consultants have been commissioned to carry out the Furniture, Fittings and Equipment; interior design; catering equipment; and specialist lighting designs The lead designer has also managed other specialist designs e.g. Acousticians, Fire Engineers The design will be aiming for achieving a BREEAM score of ‘Very Good’ for sustainability and an Energy Performance Certificate of B+. The proposed building will be built to an overall space budget of 13,675 square metres. The design team will be novated to the successful contractor. The anticipated cost of the Construction works is between GBP20,000,000 and GBP30,000,000. CPV: 45210000, 45214220, 45214200.

Project Management Led Multi Disciplined Professional Services Framework Agreement

NPTC Group | Published June 2, 2014
Winner
Aecom
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71242000, 71244000, 71245000, 71246000, 71247000, 71248000, 71250000, 71300000, 71311000, 71312000, 71317200, 71317210, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71324000, 71330000, 71333000, 71334000, 71340000, 71350000, 71355000, 71356000, 71420000, 71500000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71541000, 79415200, 79994000

NPTC Group, as the contracting body is putting in place a single source framework for a Project Management led Multi Disciplined Professional Services Team to undertake construction and property related services including; Project Management, Cost Management, Technical, Design and Health and Safety Services to respond the Groups programme of capital works. The single source Project Management led framework will provide NPTC Group with access to a full project management and design team service to progress through the RIBA Plan of Work Stages 2013 (0 – 7) and OGC Gateway Review Process when delivering refurbishment, alteration and extension, new build, demolition and relocation exercises and major programmes of work, including ancillary construction projects connected to main construction contracts, client advisor, option appraisals, business case, procurement, building search, building surveys, due diligence surveys, business justification of a project, construction management, programme management, project management, multidisciplinary design and engineering, master planning, site analysis, contractor procurement, cost planning / budgeting / estimating, space planning and interior design, project design management and cost management, change management, building services engineering and integration, environment services/surveys consultancy/advice, additional related services, sustainability, Building Information Modelling (BIM); advise on geotechnical, topographical surveys, contamination and other site investigations, surveys and reports, BREEAM Assessments, archaeological surveys, public consultations; Appointment of or advising on adjudications, arbitration or litigation, party wall surveys, ICT, security, ecology, fire, risk assessments/certification site project management; Post occupation evaluations. CPV: 71000000, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71242000, 71244000, 71245000, 71246000, 71247000, 71248000, 71250000, 71300000, 71311000, 71312000, 71317200, 71317210, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71324000, 71330000, 71333000, 71334000, 71340000, 71350000, 71355000, 71356000, 71420000, 71500000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71541000, 79415200, 79994000.

Furniture, Fittings, Space Planning Design and Interior Design

Welsh Government | Published September 2, 2014
Winner
Richard H Powell & Partners
cpvs
50850000, 30191000, 39000000, 39130000

This contract is being let on behalf of the Welsh Government (Client A) and the National Assembly for Wales (Client B) and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW). The Services shall comprise the provision of material, equipment, plant and labour resources necessary to perform and manage the following, and as described in more detail within the Specifications: Supply, installation and maintenance of furniture; Space planning in the form of – Workspace utilisation studies; Space allocation options appraisals; Accommodation maximisation strategies; Initiatives for space efficiency; Provision of interior design services; Supply, installation and maintenance of specialist H&S related equipment; Pick-up, transport and delivery of bulky items between sites at the Sites. The Client requires the supply, installation and maintenance of furniture and fittings as outlined in this Specification. Some whole scale replacement of existing furniture in premises the Client currently occupies may be required, although these are already fully furnished. The Client also requires the supply of space planning expertise in the form of workspace utilisation studies; option appraisals for space allocation based on the needs of Departments within the respective organisations; support to aid development of strategies for maximising accommodation in line with Government mandated targets and/or initiatives for space efficiency. The Welsh Government, on behalf of the Welsh Ministers, will be conducting this procurement exercise through the etenderwales portal https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk Tender documents and other information must be downloaded from and returned through this portal. If you require any further assistance the BravoSolution helpdesk is available on: Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Phone: 0800 368 4850/ Fax: 020 7060 0480 Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3. CPV: 50850000, 30191000, 39000000, 39130000.

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
cpvs
71000000, 71000000, 71337000, 71313410, 71315210, 71332000, 71241000, 71240000, 71351811, 71351100, 71315410, 71321200, 71314300, 71251000, 71313400, 71315300, 71315200, 71313200, 71315400, 71311200, 71336000, 71320000, 71333000, 71350000, 71250000, 71313430, 71246000, 71248000, 71313420, 71244000, 71353000, 79932000, 71500000, 71243000, 71316000, 71222000, 71313450, 71326000, 71300000, 71356000, 71330000, 71353100, 71321000, 79934000, 71351210, 71313440, 71247000, 71356300, 79933000, 71323200, 71223000, 71317100, 71410000, 71420000, 71351810, 71510000, 71310000, 71315100, 71530000, 71325000, 71353200, 71221000, 71328000, 71318100, 71220000, 71321300, 71313100, 71210000, 71355000, 71323100, 71351720, 71315000, 71313000, 71351914, 71351200, 71356200, 71331000, 71356400, 71327000, 71200000, 71351500, 71317000, 71317210, 71335000, 71334000, 71322000, 71314000, 71314100, 71312000, 71340000, 71317200, 71318000, 71311000, 71311300, 71245000, 71351220, 71321400, 71400000, 71314310, 71311210, 71541000, 71520000, 79400000, 71313410, 71317210, 71248000, 71244000, 79411000, 71324000, 71322100, 71530000

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.

Kelvedon Park Phase 3 Development (General).

Essex County Fire and Rescue Service | Published February 6, 2016
cpvs
71242000, 79994000, 71312000, 71333000, 71541000, 79932000, 71220000, 71321000, 71322000, 71322500, 45232450, 90742100, 71240000, 72222200, 71313400, 71313420, 98392000, 45210000, 45213200, 45213300, 45213310, 45213350, 45216120, 45216125, 71541000, 71315200, 71530000, 71312000, 71333000, 71220000, 71321000, 71322000, 71322500, 45232450, 71240000, 72222200, 45210000, 45213200, 45213300, 45213310, 45213350, 45216120, 45216125

Project and design preparation, estimation of costs. Contract administration services. Structural engineering consultancy services. Mechanical engineering services. Construction project management services. Interior design services. Architectural design services. Engineering design services for mechanical and electrical installations for buildings. Engineering design services for the construction of civil engineering works. Engineering design services for traffic installations. Drainage construction works. Noise control services. Architectural, engineering and planning services. Information systems or technology planning services. Environmental impact assessment for construction. Environmental standards for construction. Relocation services. Building construction work. Construction work for warehouses and industrial buildings. Buildings associated with transport. Construction work for buildings relating to road transport. Construction work for buildings relating to various means of transport. Construction work for buildings relating to emergency services. Emergency-services building construction work. Works and Services related to the relocation of the Authority's Fleet Workshops and Logistics function mainly consisting, subject to planning consent, of the construction of new facilities at the Authority's Headquarters site at Kelvedon in Essex. This notice does not form a call for competition;it is being issued to increase the transparency of the Authority's proposals and to advise potential providers of where they can gain access to full details of the Authority's strategy for managing the work streams and tender opportunities that will arise from that strategy. These documents may be found, free of charge, at www.delta-esorcing using access code 5C765S9HZ5.

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.

Level 3 Certificate in Interior Design Skills (QCF)

Menter Môn Cyf | Published November 10, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
cpvs
80000000, 80400000, 80500000

A quotation is requested in e-mail format to: stfquotation@mentermon.com for the provision of : Level 3 Certificate in Interior Design Skills (QCF) Start - TBC 2014 (2) Duration: Must be completed/certified by Feb/March 2015 (3) Number of Students: 1 student

Project management consultancy services

West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 23, 2017
Winner
Castons
cpvs
72224000, 71530000, 71311000, 71312000

Project management consultancy services. Civil engineering consultancy services. Structural engineering consultancy services. The West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust invites expressions of interest for the provision of a Consultancy Framework Team to provide the following services: Project management, architectural, interior design, structural and civil engineering, mechanical and electrical design, quantity surveying, planning supervision, clerk of works, town and city planning consultancy. In addition to the above core services, the team maybe required to provide through in-house services and/or via additional consultants bolt-on services detailed within.

Project management consultancy services. Civil engineering consultancy services. Structural engineering consultancy services. The West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust invites expressions of interest for the provision of a Consultancy Framework Team to provide the following services: project management, architectural, interior design, structural and civil engineering, mechanical and electrical design, quantity surveying, planning supervision, clerk of works, town and city planning consultancy. In addition to the above core services, the team maybe required to provide through in-house services and/or via additional consultants bolt-on services detailed within.

Construction work

DCH | Published October 12, 2017
Winner
Brady Construction Services
cpvs
45000000

DCH are now seeking to consolidate their existing offices in Truro and Penzance, in a new high quality, office building on the Tolvaddon Energy Park. The scope of the project is to develop a 17 000 ft 2 new build office accommodation with approximately 140 car parking spaces, ancillary buildings and associated areas. The interior design will provide open and flexible working areas, plus a range of meeting rooms and conferencing facilities. DCH and their repairs teams employ a large number of mobile operatives who work remotely across the county, but who will attend the offices for briefings and workshops (on these occasions, there will be significant demand for car parking on site).

Main works contractor for construction of offices.

Building installation work

DCH | Published October 13, 2017
Winner
Brady Construction Services Ltd.
cpvs
45300000, 45000000

DCH are now seeking to consolidate their existing offices in Truro and Penzance, in a new high quality, office building on the Tolvaddon Energy Park. The scope of the project is to develop a 17 000 ft2 new build office accommodation with approximately 140 car parking spaces, ancillary buildings and associated areas. The interior design will provide open and flexible working areas, plus a range of meeting rooms and conferencing facilities. DCH and their repairs teams employ a large number of mobile operatives who work remotely across the county, but who will attend the offices for briefings and workshops (on these occasions, there will be significant demand for car parking on site).

Main Contractor to complete office construction works.

Installation of fitted kitchens

West Lancashire Borough Council | Published March 29, 2013
Winner
Wates construction Ltd Wates House, Station Approach KT22 7SW Leatherhead UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: paul.robinson@wates.co.uk
cpvs
44112200, 45311000, 45332200, 45421151, 45431200, 45451000, 79932000

Installation of fitted kitchens. Decoration work. Electrical wiring and fitting work. Interior design services. Wall-tiling work. Floor coverings. Water plumbing work. Design Kitchen layouts in consultation with tenants, upgrading electrical installation to current regulations, supply and fit new flooring, supply new kitchen units (wall cupboard, base units, sinks and work surfaces), supply and fit wall tiling, make layout alterations as necessary and decoration.

Project Management and Associated Services

The Skills Development Scotland Co. Limited | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
Graham + Sibbald
cpvs
151100, 151110, 151111, 391010, 391213, 399999

SDS are seeking to appoint an experienced Project Management firm to manage a number of small construction/works projects being run over a 3 year period across Scotland. The successful supplier will be expected to appoint and manage all required professional services (M&E, CDM, structural engineer, interior design, cost consultant etc). The resulting contract will be managed under NEC3 Term Service Contract.

Erbil, Iraq - Construction of New British Consul General

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published December 9, 2013  -  Deadline January 24, 2014
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45000000

The FCO plans to build a new purpose built Consulate General compound, with office, residential accommodation and buildings services, in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. The purpose of the project is to provide a purpose built flexible new Consulate General, from which to deliver Her Majesty’s Government’s objectives in Erbil, KRG, Iraq. The site is currently unused agricultural land and is located within a planned future Diplomatic quarter. The Erbil municipality are expected to complete all road, electricity, water supply and drainage infrastructure to service the land and adjoining plots. The FCO proposal is for a compound with connections to municipal provision of services (water, sewage, electricity). The design allows for emergency standby services provision. A design of the works has been produced. A main contractor is needed to develop, supply, build, install, test, commission, handover and complete; Compound walls, compound grounds, compound services and compound buildings for this newly relocated British Consulate General. The plot has a total site size of 93mx103m, with a principle building of a foot print size 26mx35m. The building is designed to have one storey, extendible to two, with small internal light wells, parapets and flat roofs. The compound includes a range of building works. The compound will include an office building, a flexible staff accommodation block, a workshop, a guardhouse, recreational facilities and other ancillary compound service buildings. The works include above and below ground water, fuel and sewer tanks. The works also include covered gullies, drains, cable runs connecting fenced off service areas to buildings. The works include a ram resistant reinforced concrete perimeter wall, an approach road and internal circulation roads, paving and landscaping. The design will be built to UK building regulations and comply with KRG, Iraq permissions. The design, supply, build and installation is expected to achieve a BREEAM target of very good. The HMG’s expectation is for safety on site, CDM regulatory compliance and statutory compliant waste management. The design is based on FCO Design Guide for sizing, quality and performance. The construction activities will include, excavations, foundations, substructure, superstructure walls, first build, second build, fit out, finishes, fittings and furnishings. The contractor’s work will also include specific detailed design portions to present and have approved. The main contractor will be responsible for the supply, shipping internationally specified items, installation and commissioning of all items. This will include some UK supply items e.g. new ballistic counters, new solid and glazed partitions, new airlocks and specialist doors. The provenance, quality and supply of all materials and equipment used will need to be documented. Testing, commissioning, handover and the quality of the maintenance manuals will be of equal importance to the quality, timeliness and workmanship of the building Works. An independent Clerk of Works will monitor and report on safety, quality and progress. The contractor will be required to work alongside and schedule in with FCO commissioned specialist teams for security and interior design. A turnkey solution is required including the supply of furniture to British/EU Standards as specified by the interior designer. The Main contractor will carry out Works for the building in a sequence as follows; The main contractor will provide Works for the compound not limited to; Site Development; Site Clearing / Site Earthwork / Hazardous Waste Remediation Roadways / Parking / Pedestrian Paving / Hard and Soft Landscaping Water Supply / Sanitary Sewers /Storm Sewers Heating Distribution / Cooling Distribution / Fuel Distribution / Other Site Mechanical Utilities Site Electrical Distribution Systems / Site Lighting Site Communications & Security; Site Communication Systems And for the building works; Sub structural Works; Substructure Excavation / Construction Dewatering / Excavation Support / Building Sub drainage / Water and Gas Mitigation / Substructure related activities Foundations; Standard foundations / Special foundations / Raft foundations. Superstructure; Floor Construction / Roof Construction Exterior Enclosure; Exterior Walls / Exterior Windows / Exterior Doors and Grilles / Exterior Louvers and Vents Roofing; Roofing Coverings / Roof Openings Interior Construction; Interior Partitions / Interior Doors / Fittings / Interior Grilles and Gates / Interior design, fittings and fixtures. Stairs; Stair Construction / Stairs Finishes Interior Finishes; Wall Finishes / Floor Finishes / Ceiling Finishes Material Handling Services; Plumbing / Conditioning (HVAC) / Fire Protection / Electrical / Communications /Electronic Safety and Security The main contractor will also need to guarantee and provide ongoing post contract back up for; Operable Access Systems, e.g. Push button operated gates and doors, airlocks, sliding barriers, vehicle blockers. The main contractor will be expected to coordinate and integrate with nominated specialists, but will also supply nominated parts of the following; Data Communications / Voice Communications / Audio-Visual Communications / Distributed Communications and Monitoring / Detection and Alarm. The FCO cannot arrange for the main contractor’s security, accommodation or welfare. The main contractor will be responsible for the security of their own staff, their own operatives and their own sub consultants. The main contractor will also be entirely responsible for their staff accommodation and welfare during the duration of the Works. The main contractor will be expected to maintain a presence on the compound, perhaps by using the compound for site accommodation. Access to site is presently unlimited and works could take place at day or night subject to local approvals. The project will be contracted using the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract; Option A. The construction timetable is for a start in mid 2014 and a completion in mid 2015. Tenders, project information and contract correspondence will be in English language. A supplier date giving bidders the opportunity to visit Erbil and see the empty site is possible and expected but has not yet been defined. This should fall on Monday 6 January 2014, ahead of the PQQ response date, subject to confirmation. Alternately photographs are available upon request.

Plumbing and sanitary works

West Lancashire Borough Council | Published March 29, 2013
Winner
F.T.Finlay Ltd Unit 1 Bankside Business Park, Coronation Street SK5 7PG Stockport UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: steve.coe@ftfinlay.co.uk
cpvs
44112200, 45311000, 45330000, 45431200, 45451000, 79932000

Plumbing and sanitary works. Wall-tiling work. Floor coverings. Electrical wiring and fitting work. Decoration work. Interior design services. Design bathroom layouts in consultation with tenants, upgrading electrical installation to current regulations,supply and fit new flooring, supply and fit new sanitary wares (w.c, wash basin and pedestal, shower and/or bath), supply and fit extractor fan, supply and fit wall tiling, layout alterations as necessary and decoration.

Building Contractor for Transport Systems Catapult

UK Shared Business Services Ltd. | Published September 26, 2013  -  Deadline October 21, 2013
cpvs
45000000

This RFI sets out the information which is required by the Authority in order to assess the suitability of Potential Providers in terms of their technical knowledge and experience, capability/capacity, organisational and financial standing to meet the requirement. This also known as ‘Pre-Qualification,’ During RFI stage , the intention is to arrive at a shortlist of qualified Potential Providers for a formal Request for Quotation (RFQ) against the requirement as advertised in Contracts Finder TSC is now seeking to appoint a suitably experienced contractor to deliver a high quality fit-out of the identified space. TSC is currently in the process of appointing a multi-disciplinary Project Management and Design Team to produce an interior design to RIBA Stage D and to subsequently manage the delivery of the fit-out works. TSC anticipates that they will have around 100 staff based at the new offices within 12 months of occupation, although it’s unlikely that this number of staff will be present at any one time. It is anticipated that the design will cater for a mix of permanent desks and hot desks as well as an appropriate number of individual offices, meeting rooms, break-out spaces, tea points and a reception facility. The aspiration for the new office space is for it to both reflect and inspire the innovative and creative nature of the business. Consequently, a high quality fit-out is desired creating a ‘wow’ factor. It is likely that the actual fit-out works will be phased to allow the Catapult to grow into the space, and that the East Wing of the 2nd Floor will be developed first along with the ground floor and mezzanine of 160-162 Midsummer Boulevard.