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Architect Design Services

The National Archives | Published February 15, 2017
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Architect Design Services.

Beckenham Place Park Landscape Architect Tender

London Borough of Lewisham | Published February 3, 2017
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Beckenham Place Park Landscape Architect Tender.

Cnoc Soilleir Architect-led Design Team Tender

Ceolas Uibhist Ltd | Published February 8, 2017
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Cnoc Soilleir Architect-led Design Team Tender.

Beckenham Place Park Landscape Architect Tender

London Borough of Lewisham | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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714000

Lewisham Council requires landscape architects to work on the regeneration of Beckenham Place Park, a large heritage park in South East London. The project is funded through the Parks for People programme (heritage Lottery Fund) and includes a flood alleviation scheme in partnership with the Environment Agency. Landscape architects are required to complete RIBA stages 4 to 7 of the project, working in a multi disciplinary team of consultants including a separately appointed heritage architect and quantity surveyor. Lewisham Council will carry out the project management role.

Architect Design Partner - Standard Selection Questionnaire Stage

National Archives Public Record Office | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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71200000

The National Archives has a strategic commitment to providing a vibrant, welcoming, learning environment that attracts a wider and more diverse audience. We seek to do this by developing our onsite and online service delivery, and through the delivery of new services, particularly in the form of events and planned programmes of activity, for both academic and casual users. We are seeking to make The National Archives a destination in its own right, and to make the environment more distinctive and identifiable, and in so doing, widen awareness and appreciation of The National Archives and the value of archives to individuals as well as society as a whole. We have a full master plan to transform our public spaces to support our ambitions to grow and diversify our audience groups through facilitated public engagement, and began to deliver discrete elements of the master plan, in a phased approach, in 2015/16. The National Archives now wishes to select a design partner and architect to further develop the designs and to complete the transformation of public space at its Kew site. Whilst we wish to appoint a design partner in May 2017, the project start date and overall timeframe is subject to The National Archives successfully securing external funding. The overall construction cost estimate is assessed to be circa. £8,508,000. The National Archives will shortlist a maximum of 5 potential suppliers to be invited to tender, subsequent to the evaluation of the Standard Selection Questionnaires received. Please submit your completed Standard Selection Questionnaire to procurement@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk by 5pm on March 14th, 2017.

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Ceolas Uibhist Ltd | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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71240000

This Tender has been prepared for the purpose of appointing an Architect-led Design Team to take the Cnoc Soilleir project forward. The vision for the Cnoc Soilleir project is to establish a Centre for Gàidhlig language, music and dance in South Uist. The Cnoc Soilleir centre will provide unique learning opportunities, events and year-round performances of an international standard.

This Project Brief has been prepared for the purpose of appointing an Architect-led Design Team in relation to the proposed development. It is anticipated that the design team will either be a multi-disciplinary organisation or a consortium brought together by 1 Lead Consultant to complete this Project. Expressions of Interest from individual consultants who cannot provide all of the necessary services will not be considered.

The Lead Consultant/Architect-led Design Team will undertake all duties as set out in the full invitation to tender (available from www.publiccontractsoctland.gov.uk), for the Client, Ceòlas Uibhist, acting on behalf of the partnership Cnoc Soilleir. It is intended that there will be a single professional service contract between Ceòlas Uibhist and the selected Lead Consultant/Architect-led Design Team.

In the first instance the main objective of the Lead Consultant/Architect-led Design Team will be to proactively and comprehensively lead the design and coordination of all aspects of the project to the end of Phase 1 (Detailed Design and Groundworks) and to work with the client and other consultants to prepare for Phase 2 of the project (Superstructure, fit-out and completion). It is anticipated that the Lead Consultant/Architect-led Design Team will be procured for the whole project (i.e. Phases 1 and 2).

The Cnoc Soilleir development will be implemented in 2 phases:

Phase 1 will comprise detailed design work and initial groundworks. Phase 2 will include all remaining construction works, building fit-out and project completion. This invitation to tender is for an architect-led design team to oversee and manage Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the project. The specific requirements at each Phase are outlined in detail in the Statement of Requirements in Section 9.

Key requirements of design.

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Ceolas Uibhist Ltd | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 8, 2017
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71240000

This Tender has been prepared for the purpose of appointing an Architect-led Design Team to take the Cnoc Soilleir project forward. The vision for the Cnoc Soilleir project is to establish a Centre for Gàidhlig language, music and dance in South Uist. The Cnoc Soilleir centre will provide unique learning opportunities, events and year-round performances of an international standard.

Architectural and related services

Lake District Calvert Trust | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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71200000

The Lake District Calvert Trust, registered charity number 270923, wishes to expand its services by delivering rehabilitation programmes to people with acquired brain injury and wishes to redevelop and remodel an existing grade 2 listed historic building to cater for this expansion. We therefore wish to secure the services of a chartered RIBA registered architect or practice to take the project forward through planning and the remainder of the RIBA work stages.

Urban planning and landscape architectural services

London Borough of Lewisham | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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71400000

Landscape architect services required to deliver RIBA stages 4 - 7 to transform south east London's largest park.

Works include the creation of a lake and wetlands, restoration of historic landscape and pleasure grounds.

Landscape architect services required to deliver RIBA stages 4 - 7 of a Heritage Lottery Funded park regeneration project. Landscaping works will total 5 000 000 GBP and include the creation of a lake and wet woodland. Landscape architects will be required to work closely with the Environment Agency to deliver major flood storage in 1 section of the park and will reinstate the historic landscape associated with the eighteenth century mansion house. The project will transform South east London's largest park into a key community asset and visitor attraction.

This procurement will follow a 2 stage restricted procedure.

Architectural and related services

The National Archives | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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71200000

The National Archives has a strategic commitment to providing a vibrant, welcoming, learning environment that attracts a wider and more diverse audience. We seek to do this by developing our onsite and online service delivery, and through the delivery of new services, particularly in the form of events and planned programmes of activity, for both academic and casual users.

We are seeking to make The National Archives a destination in its own right, and to make the environment more distinctive and identifiable, and in so doing, widen awareness and appreciation of The National Archives and the value of archives to individuals as well as society as a whole.

We have a full master plan to transform our public spaces to support our ambitions to grow and diversify our audience groups through facilitated public engagement, and began to deliver discrete elements of the master plan, in a phased approach, in 2015/16.

The National Archives now wishes to select a design partner and architect.

The National Archives has a strategic commitment to providing a vibrant, welcoming, learning environment that attracts a wider and more diverse audience. We seek to do this by developing our onsite and online service delivery, and through the delivery of new services, particularly in the form of events and planned programmes of activity, for both academic and casual users.

We are seeking to make The National Archives a destination in its own right, and to make the environment more distinctive and identifiable, and in so doing, widen awareness and appreciation of The National Archives and the value of archives to individuals as well as society as a whole.

We have a full master plan to transform our public spaces to support our ambitions to grow and diversify our audience groups through facilitated public engagement, and began to deliver discrete elements of the master plan, in a phased approach, in 2015/16.

The National Archives now wishes to select a design partner and architect to further develop the designs and to complete the transformation of public space at its Kew site.

Whilst we wish to appoint a design partner in May 2017, the project start date and overall timeframe is subject to The National Archives successfully securing external funding.

The overall construction cost estimate is assessed to be circa. 8 508 000 GBP.

The National Archives will shortlist a maximum of 5 potential suppliers to be invited to tender, subsequent to the evaluation of the Standard Selection Questionnaires received.

Please submit your completed Standard Selection Questionnaire to procurement@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk by 17:00 on 14.3.2017.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

MTC Operations Ltd | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 11, 2017
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71000000

The provision of Project Management Services in connection with the design of new buildings and facilities for the MTC.

Lot 1/ Project Manager.

Lot 2/ Cost Manager.

Lot 3/ Civils and SE.

Lot 4/ MandE.

Lot 5/ Lead Principle Engineer.

Interested parties may bid for more than 1 lot but will not be awarded more than 2 lots. The 2 highest scores will be taken.

Employers Agent / Project Management of the design and procurement stages and Contract Administration of the Construction Stage for RIBA Work Stages 0 through to completion (including conclusion of defects rectification period).

Quantity Surveying Services appropriate to the procurement method selected for RIBA Work Stages 0 through to project completion (including conclusion of defects rectification period).

Engineering services including Civil and Structural or RIBA Work Stages 0 through to project completion (including conclusion of defects rectification period).

Mechanical and Electrical Services (including Quantity Surveying support for M&E works) and Fire and Acoustics for RIBA Work Stages 0 through to project completion (including conclusion of defects rectification period).

Architect for the design of construction projects (excluding Contract Administration) for RIBA work Stages 0 through to project completion (including conclusion of defects rectification period).

Architectural and related services

Highlands and Islands Enterprise | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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71200000, 71220000

HIE, in partnership with Orkney Islands Council (OIC), wishes to commission a suitably experienced architect led Design Team for the development of the Orkney Research and Innovation Campus. They will be expected to prepare detailed plans for the alteration, upgrading and enhancement of the former Academy and Primary school buildings in Stromness. They should be capable of providing, as a minimum, Architectural services, Mechanical & Electrical engineering services, Civil & Structural Engineering services, Communications & IT services and Landscape Design services.

The contract is anticipated to be awarded for 6 months and has an estimated total value of between 430 000 GBP and 460 000 GBP excluding VAT. This is the figure which has been used in 11.2.6.

The main tasks will be the:

— Preparation of detailed plans, specifications and all required associated design documents for the former Old Academy building and interface with access route(s) to town in line with the concept designs/planning submission to a stage where building warrant can be sought. (RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, specifications and all required associated design documents for the former Stromness Primary School building and interface with access route(s) to town in line with the outline concept designs/planning submission, to a stage where relevant local authority building warrant can be sought. (RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new suitable energy saving Heating system for the former Old Academy building in support of achieving the building warrant. RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new suitable energy saving Heating system for the former Stromness Primary School building in support of achieving the building warrant. RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new Communications/IT system for the former Stromness Primary School, including a duct link to the Academy.

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of Communications/IT for the new offices in the Academy building.

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the whole site which recognises the importance of landscaping and wayfinding in contributing to the ambitions of the ORIC in a coherent and complementary manner.

— Allowance for cleansing all design related conditions from OIC following submission of the Building warrant.

— The plans for each building should be supported by a detailed specification of sufficient detail to enable suppliers to tender for the works.

— Performing the duties of Principal Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

— Full tender package of design works [to RIBA stage 4] for issue to tenderers.

— Submission of all relevant SER /SBEM requirements.

Construction consultancy services

East Kilbride and District Housing Association Ltd | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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71530000

Design of Social Housing.

To procure an architect led design team to design social housing.

Design Team for Agri-Informatics project

Estates | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 22, 2017
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79415200, 71220000

Cranfield University is seeking to appoint a Principal Designer and multi-discipline Lead Designer (Architect, Civil and Structural Engineer, Building Services Engineer, Interior Designer, BREEAM Consultant, Acoustic Consultant and Fire Consultant) for the Agri-Informatics Project.

Design consultancy services

Cranfield University | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 22, 2017
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79415200

Cranfield University is seeking to appoint a Principal Designer and multi-discipline Lead Designer (Architect, Civil and Structural Engineer, Building Services Engineer, Interior Designer, BREEAM Consultant, Acoustic Consultant and Fire Consultant) for the Agri-Informatics Project.

Transport systems consultancy services

London Luton Airport Ltd | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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71311200, 45235000, 45000000, 71311240, 71311000, 45210000, 71220000

Engagement of technical advisors to support future development of London Luton Airport Limited.

This tender is from London Luton Airport Limited (LLAL) who are looking to engage Technical Advisors for the future development of the airport. LLAL is seeking to establish two separate contracts with organisations that can provide the technical support as described below.

The requirement is for the provision of technical advice, guidance, support and assistance that will enable LLAL to fully capitalise on its development opportunities. The successful contractors will be expected to have significant experience of both aviation and commercial development, and be able to provide, as a minimum, the following technical support and services, as described in more detail in the attached document:

— Project Management and Cost Management;

— Engineering;

— Architecture;

— Planning;

— Master-planning;

— Communications and Stakeholder Management;

— Landscape Architecture and Urban Design;

— Ecology and Biodiversity;

— Construction Design and Management (CDM);

— Property;

— Airport Infrastructure Development Services;

— General Services.

It is expected that all the above services will be required but the list is neither definitive nor exhaustive and is provided, at this stage, for the purposes of tendering only.

The appointed contractor(s) will be able to provide the full range of technical support required. The intention, therefore, is for both contracted parties to work together with LLAL to ensure the optimum level of technical support is provided.

– Northern Estate Programme: Main Works Contracting Partner

Strategic Estates | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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44000000, 50710000, 71241000, 45420000, 45450000, 45320000, 51700000, 71242000, 50721000, 45410000, 71250000, 71246000, 45000000, 71248000, 45330000, 71244000, 44100000, 45315100, 92522100, 45351000, 71500000, 45212314, 71000000, 71300000, 45262660, 50760000, 50720000, 50750000, 71247000, 45210000, 45350000, 71240000, 92522000, 71530000, 65000000, 45440000, 45453000, 45262700, 51500000, 45340000, 71632200, 51000000, 51300000, 45262690, 71510000, 45200000, 71520000, 45213000, 45213100, 45100000, 65300000, 65200000, 45213150, 45310000, 65100000, 71600000, 45212353, 45454100, 51600000, 51100000, 71540000, 50730000, 45453100, 50700000, 45500000, 45400000, 45300000, 45430000, 71700000, 71324000, 71245000, 92522200

The appointment of a Main Works Contracting Partner to provide pre-construction services and construction/refurbishment works for the Northern Estate Programme and other interfacing Parliamentary Estate works.
The anticipated scope, services and works required are as stated in the Memorandum of Information.
The construction/refurbishment works are likely to span a three-to-four year period from financial year 2018/19 to 2021/22. The Main Works Contracting Partner’s pre-construction management team will be appointed in advance of commencing the construction/refurbishment to work alongside the already appointed Architect & Lead Design, Engineering and Programme, Project and Cost Management partners to progress the concept design through the developed and technical design stages.
For further details please refer to the Memorandum of Information.

Horticultural services

Wyre Council | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 7, 2017
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77300000

The two phases of work are:

— Phase 1:

RIBA Stage 3: Developed Design proposals for the landscape and built elements of the site with outline specifications and cost information.

Conservation Management Plan.

Application for detailed planning and listed building consent.

Information and documents for the stage-2 HLF application.

timetable for completion of phase one is 1.3.2018 and the target construction cost including preliminaries and contingency is 1 500 000 GBP.

Phase 2:

Award of Phase 2 is subject to the award of the delivery grant by the HLF and subject to the satisfaction of the Council with the performance of the consultant's services as defined in the Services Schedule of the RIBA Consultant 2010 (2012 Revision) Agreement for Phase 1.

The phase two timetable is 1.8.2018 - 1.9.2021.

It is anticipated that a consultancy team will include the following roles for the project:

— Landscape Architect: Lead consultant to co-ordinate and review the work of consultants and preparation of project work. Act as Employer's Agent for planning and listed building consent applications. Act as Contract Administrator for the building contract, reporting to the Project Manager. Provide designs, specifications, advice and information for the landscape elements of the project.

— Landscape Historian: To produce a Conservation Management Plan for the landscape and built elements of the site.

— Architect: Provide designs, specifications, advice and information for the built elements of the project; proposals for buildings, structures and railings. Provide information on the built elements for their detailed inclusion within the Conservation Management Plan.

— Clerk of Work's:

— Quantity Surveyor:

— Civil and Structural Engineer:

— Services Engineer:

— CDM Co-ordinator:

Architectural design services

Ross Development Trust | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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71220000

The Ross Pavilion International Design Competition focuses on regenerating and renewing an emblematic site at the heart of West Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, which is presently occupied by the Ross Bandstand. This nationally-important space, positioned below Edinburgh Castle in the UNESCO World Heritage site, is the seasonal focus for some of Scotland's most high-profile events, notably Hogmanay and the International Festival's closing fireworks.

The Ross Development Trust seeks an outstanding multi-disciplinary team for the 25 000 000 GBP project to: design a new landmark Pavilion to replace the Bandstand; design a visitor centre with café; and to subtly update and improve the surrounding landscape. The initiative is intended to create a flexible contemporary venue, which is sensitive to context and historic setting, and where both residents and visitors can engage with a variety of cultural events all year round.

For further details, please see the competition documentation.

Architectural and related services

The Highland Council | Published February 10, 2017
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71200000, 71221000, 79415200, 71322000, 71220000

Architectural and related services