Call +44 800 9755 164

Public tenders for architect, architecture in Cardiff United Kingdom

Find all Architecture tenders in the world.
Finding business opportunities has never been easier.

Results for architecture. Make a new search!

EDRMS migration LiveLink to SharePoint/RecordPoint with interfaces

Arts Council Of Wales | Published July 28, 2015
cpvs

Our current Enterprise Document & Record Management system (ERDMS)(Opentext - LiveLink) - a keystone of our information infrastructure – is over ten years old. Advances in technology have produced solutions that now better meet our current and future needs. Approximately three years ago, as part of our efficiency programme, we took the strategic decision to implement SharePoint. Since then we have developed more applications on, and connected to, SharePoint resulting in significant increased use by staff. The next key stage for us is the migration of all documents and records held in the existing ERDMS into our SharePoint environment. After a successful proof of concept we have chosen to implement a SharePoint/RecordPoint solution to meet the Councils EDRMS requirements. The contract we are looking to award includes a number of key deliverables including: • Information Architecture • Records Management • Migration (of existing data) • Gifts (interfaces with our grants management system) • iPOS (interfaces with our electronic purchase order system, and associated linkages to finance system) • Email • Scanning of physical documents The Council will enter into a procurement event September 14th 2015. See additional information for the full procurement schedule. The contract will deliver a SharePoint/RecordPoint architecture to manage all of the Councils information assets in line with requirements. It will include professional services and solutions for - • Analysis and design of information architecture • Analysis, design and delivery of migration of all documents and associated metadata from LiveLink to SharePoint/RecordPoint • Deliver RecordPoint rule sets. • Gifts interface analysis, design and delivery. • iPOS interface analysis, design and delivery. • Licensing for Email document solution • Licensing and support for RecordPoint implementation (SharePoint licenses already purchased) Subject to change with publication of notice

Architectural and related services

Cardiff University | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
71200000

Multi Disciplinary Design Team (MDD)- Residences.

The University intends to deliver up to 700 student residences (the Project) to supplement its current offering of circa 5500 (the "Project). The proposed Project delivery sites are currently the subject of a feasibility study with a final recommendation imminent.

The University seeks to procure a suitably qualified MDD to provide the following services in relation to the Project.

Architectural Services (including CDM 2015 Principal Designer role, Lead Designer, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer).

Further information is set out below and in a tender pack which is available to download (see section VI.3) for details).

Architectural Services including CDM 2015 Principal Designer role, Lead Designer, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer.

The MDD is required to provide the services as set out in the ITT, and in their professional capacity, support the University's appointed Project Manager and other team members to achieve the University's deliverables.

The MDD will undertake the services under the general direction of the Project Manager who will act on behalf of the University in all matters concerning the services.

The MDD's Architect's primary duty will be to act as Lead Designer to co-ordinate the design team and positively manage the Whole design, and take the lead on all general project design matters concerning the University's objectives and liaise closely with the University at all stages of the Project.

The MDD will advise/liaise with the Project team and other consultants appointed by the University to ensure that the Project delivers the University's required outcomes in terms of, inter alia, standard of quality, benefits, timetable and cost constraints.

The Project Manager will act as sole consultant and will be required to enter into contracts to appoint the QS and each member of the multi-discipline design team selected by the University.

Designs shall be in accordance with BIM Level 2, and the lead designer will be responsible for establishing and coordinating the BIM plan. The Lead Designer will also be responsible for developing and monitoring a detailed design programme, and ensuring that design information is delivered on time.

Architectural and related services

Cardiff University | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
cpvs
71200000

Multi Disciplinary Design Team (MDD) — Maths and Computer Sciences

The University intends to co-locate the Schools of Mathematics and Computer Science and Informatics in a purpose-built facility (the ‘Project’).

The University seeks to procure a suitably qualified MDD to provides the following services in relation to the Project.

Architectural Services (including CDM 2015 Principal Designer role, Lead Designer, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer).

Further information is set out below and in a tender pack which is available to download (see section VI.3 for details).

The MDD is required to Provide the services as set out in the ITT, and in their professional capacity, support the University's appointed Project Manager and other team members to achieve the University's deliverables.

The MDD will undertake the services under the general direction of the Project Manager who will act on behalf of the University in all matters concerning the services.

The MDD's Architect's primary duty will be to act as Lead Designer to co-ordinate the design team and positively manage the WHOLE design, and take the lead on all general project design matters concerning the University's objectives and liaise closely with the University at all stages of the Project.

The MDD will advise/liaise with the Project team and other consultants appointed by the University to ensure that the Project delivers the University's required outcomes in terms of, inter alia, standard of quality, benefits, timetable and cost constraints.

The Project Manager will act as sole consultant and will be required to enter into contracts to appoint the QS and each member of the multi-discipline design team selected by the University.

Designs shall be in accordance with BIM Level 2, and the lead designer will be responsible for establishing and coordinating the BIM plan. The Lead Designer will also be responsible for developing and monitoring a detailed design programme, and ensuring that design information is delivered on time.

Competition for the Design of The Centre for Student Life

Cardiff University | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
cpvs
71200000, 71221000, 71240000

The appointment of an architect led design team to design the proposed Centre for Student Life Project comprising the design of The Centre for Student Life new building and link to the existing Student Union building together with a pedestrian bridge to connect to Cathays Railway Station For further information please see the Procurement Documents located at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/business/why-work-with-us/for-suppliers/the-centre-for-student-life Once you have obtained documents from the above location and wish to participate in the process by submitting a PQQ return please register at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home IN-Tend is the University E-Procurement Portal.All PQQ submissions must be made electronically by the submission deadline. A single hardcopy is also required (details are in the Procurement Process Document.) All hard copy returns must have a corresponding electronic return in IN-Tend. Any hardcopy PQQs that are received do not have a corresponding electronic copy will be rejected.

Competition for the Design of The Centre for Student Life

Cardiff University | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71221000, 71240000

The appointment of an architect led design team to design the proposed Centre for Student Life Project comprising the design of The Centre for Student Life new building and link to the existing Student Union building together with a pedestrian bridge to connect to Cathays Railway Station For further information please see the Procurement Documents located at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/business/why-work-with-us/for-suppliers/the-centre-for-student-life Once you have obtained documents from the above location and wish to participate in the process by submitting a PQQ return please register at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home IN-Tend is the University E-Procurement Portal.All PQQ submissions must be made electronically by the submission deadline. A single hardcopy is also required (details are in the Procurement Process Document.) All hard copy returns must have a corresponding electronic return in IN-Tend. Any hardcopy PQQs that are received do not have a corresponding electronic copy will be rejected.

Competition for the Design of The Centre for Student Life.

Cardiff University | Published April 18, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71221000, 71240000

The appointment of an architect led design team to design the proposed Centre for Student Life Project comprising the design of The Centre for Student Life new building and link to the existing Student Union building together with a pedestrian bridge to connect to Cathays Railway Station For further information please see the Procurement Documents located at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/business/why-work-with-us/for-suppliers/the-centre-for-student-life Once you have obtained documents from the above location and wish to participate in the process by submitting a PQQ return please register at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home IN-Tend is the University E-Procurement Portal. All PQQ submissions must be made electronically by the submission deadline. A single hardcopy is also required (details are in the Procurement Process Document.) All hard copy returns must have a corresponding electronic return in IN-Tend. Any hardcopy PQQs that are received do not have a corresponding electronic copy will be rejected.

Competition for the Design of The Centre for Student Life.

Cardiff University | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
cpvs
71200000, 71221000, 71240000

The appointment of an architect led design team to design the proposed Centre for Student Life Project comprising the design of The Centre for Student Life new building and link to the existing Student Union building together with a pedestrian bridge to connect to Cathay‘s Railway Station. For further information, please see the Procurement Documents located at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/business/why-work-with-us/for-suppliers/the-centre-for-student-life Once you have obtained documents from the above location and wish to participate in the process by submitting a PQQ return please register at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home In-Tend is the University e-Procurement Portal. All PQQ submissions must be made electronically by the submission deadline. A single hard copy is also required (details are in the Procurement Process Document). All hard copy returns must have a corresponding electronic return in In-Tend. Any hard copy PQQs that are received do not have a corresponding electronic copy will be rejected.

Call for Tender - Ty Newydd Conservation Plan and On-Call Consultation Contract

Literature Wales | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
cpvs
71210000

Ty Newydd Conservation Plan - Call for Tender
Deadline - 5.00 pm, Friday 18 March
Literature Wales is looking to appoint a registered Conservation Architect with broad experience of conservation work and similar projects, ideally conservation accredited.
The key deliverables of this tender comprise:
•A comprehensive five year Conservation Plan for the Grade II* listed Ty Newydd house, the adjacent Hafoty converted outbuildings and the grounds. This must assess the current and predicted conservation needs and attempt to address them with a view towards maintaining or increasing the significance of this heritage asset. The plan should establish an agreed approach for future repairs and development and include a specification and schedule of work
•An on-call consultation service for these works (at an additional daily rate to be agreed)
•An on-call consultation service for future development planning and works (at an additional daily rate to be agreed)
The full Call for Tender is available at: http://www.literaturewales.org/news/i/147166/

Superfast Cymru Infill Project.

Welsh Government | Published July 7, 2015
Winner
Airband Community Internet Ltd
cpvs
32412000, 32412110, 32413000, 32424000, 32430000, 32428000, 32500000, 32510000, 32523000, 32524000, 32570000, 32571000, 64200000, 32420000, 32521000, 32522000, 64227000, 45314300, 32531000, 45232300, 32425000, 32562200, 45232332, 50330000, 50332000, 45231600, 50334400, 51300000, 64210000, 72315000, 72400000

It is expected that the current Superfast Cymru contract with BT will not provide Superfast Broadband services to 100 % of premises in Wales by 30.6.2016 due to combinations of the following BT-reported issues in some locations: a) legacy network architecture, such as ‘exchange-only lines’ preventing standard product deployment; b) relatively low forecast revenue density for standard product development, such as business parks where investment may be more involved than in residential areas; c) relatively high-cost of deploying non-standard products, some of which may exceed cost per premise expectations. The Welsh Government accepts these issues are real and to address the resulting gaps in service provision. To this end, the Welsh Government has decided to establish a project to procure a service/s that: a) provides Superfast Broadband services to these areas (as identified by the latest Open Market Review); b) meets the necessary and sufficient requirements for compliance with the EC State Aid Decision as interpreted by latest BDUK Guidance; c) may use additional grant aid funding over and above that secured for Superfast Cymru; d) promotes maximum possible competition from across the market and the various technical solutions. This procurement will cover infill requirements for business and industrial parks (not residential) only and will be divided into 2 by geography (South Wales and North Wales).

Superfast Cymru Infill Project

Welsh Government | Published July 6, 2015
Winner
Airband Community Internet Ltd
cpvs
32412000, 32412110, 32413000, 32424000, 32430000, 32428000, 32500000, 32510000, 32523000, 32524000, 32570000, 32571000, 64200000, 32420000, 32521000, 32522000, 64227000, 45314300, 32531000, 45232300, 32425000, 32562200, 45232332, 50330000, 50332000, 45231600, 50334400, 51300000, 64210000, 72315000, 72400000

It is expected that the current Superfast Cymru contract with BT will not provide Superfast Broadband services to 100% of premises in Wales by 30th June 2016 due to combinations of the following BT-reported issues in some locations: a)Legacy network architecture, such as “exchange-only lines” preventing standard product deployment b)Relatively low forecast revenue density for standard product development, such as business parks where investment may be more involved than in residential areas c)Relatively high-cost of deploying non-standard products, some of which may exceed cost per premise expectations. The Welsh Government accepts these issues are real and to address the resulting gaps in service provision. To this end, the Welsh Government has decided to establish a project to procure a service/s that: a)Provides Superfast Broadband services to these areas (as identified by the latest Open Market Review) b)Meets the necessary and sufficient requirements for compliance with the EC State Aid Decision as interpreted by latest BDUK Guidance c)May use additional grant aid funding over and above that secured for Superfast Cymru d)Promotes maximum possible competition from across the market and the various technical solutions. This procurement will cover infill requirements for business and industrial parks (not residential) only and will be divided into 2 by geography (South Wales and North Wales).

BEST Training: Building Information Modelling

Cardiff University | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Project Five Consulting Ltd
cpvs
80500000

The Welsh Government has clearly positioned the pursuit of green jobs in the context of a transition to a more sustainable and low carbon economy. The Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST) programme provides a strategy for the development and delivery of tailored, relevant, sustainability-focused training for the existing Built Environment workforce of Wales, delivered using a blend of traditional and blended-learning courses which will lead to transferable qualifications and skills in new technologies, applications and process that will future-proof the built environment whilst enhancing Wales' reputation as the frontrunner of sustainability in the UK and beyond. BEST is a collaborative programme led by the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University (CU-WSA) in partnership with Asset Skills, CITB, Constructing Excellence in Wales, the Energy Saving Trust, Proskills and SummitSkills. BEST is supported by the European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government to deliver training until July 2015. The BEST Programme is currently seeking a Delivery Partner (or consortia of partners) to develop and deliver new training courses focusing on Building Information Modelling, aimed at the built environment professionals in Wales. BEST is able to offer a grant towards the costs of developing and delivering this training course to eligible participants. There is a requirement for providers to contribute match funding to this project. Suppliers are requested to register and download the tender documents from the following web portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home CPV: 80500000.

Architectural and related services

Cardiff University | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
cpvs
71200000

Multi Disciplinary Design Team (MDD) — Maths and Computer Sciences

The University intends to co-locate the Schools of Mathematics and Computer Science and Informatics in a purpose-built facility (the ‘Project’).

The University seeks to procure a suitably qualified MDD to provides the following services in relation to the Project.

Architectural Services (including CDM 2015 Principal Designer role, Lead Designer, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Civil and Structural Engineer).

Further information is set out below and in a tender pack which is available to download (see section VI.3 for details).

Architectural and related services

Cardiff University | Published July 11, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71221000, 71240000, 45351000, 71322100, 71324000, 72224000, 71334000, 71312000, 71311000, 73220000

Architectural and related services

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Cardiff University | Published February 28, 2015
cpvs
71240000, 71220000, 71200000

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Architectural and building-surveying services

Welsh Government | Published May 7, 2015
cpvs
71251000, 71250000

Architectural and building-surveying services

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Cardiff University | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline March 9, 2015
cpvs
71240000, 71220000, 71200000

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Secure Data Collection — IT Development.

Welsh Government | Published December 11, 2015
Winner
Method4 Ltd
cpvs
72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212780, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000

The Welsh Government collects different sets of statutory pupil and institutional level data, from maintained schools and other educational settings in Wales, at set points throughout the academic year. The format for these datasets is as xml file outputs from school MIS, submitted through Local Authorities to the Welsh Government via the secure, browser-based data transfer system, Data Exchange Wales initiative (DEWi), which feeds into the database and analysis system DEWi SD. DEWi and DEWi SD are managed by the WG who owns the intellectual property rights. The Welsh Government wishes to establish a 2 lot framework. Lot 1 will be awarded to a single supplier and will provide for for the maintenance, support and development of the secure, browser-based data transfer system. Lot 2 of the framework will have the scope to encompass other IT and software needs which are likely to include, but not be limited to, development of systems for xslt validation, xsd schemas and xslt build of summary reports. These systems are likely to use Microsoft .Net architecture (C#) to develop ASP applications using SQL databases. A maximum number of 3 suppliers will be awarded a place on lot 2 and any requirements arising under this lot will be subject to competition. 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: +44 8003684852 Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3). of this notice.

Secure Data Collection - IT Development

Welsh Government | Published December 11, 2015
Winner
Method4 Ltd , Connect Internet Solutions Ltd , Tribal Education Ltd
cpvs
72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212780, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000

The Welsh Government collects different sets of statutory pupil and institutional level data, from maintained schools and other educational settings in Wales, at set points throughout the academic year. The format for these datasets is as xml file outputs from school MIS, submitted through Local Authorities to the Welsh Government via the secure, browser-based data transfer system, Data Exchange Wales initiative (DEWi), which feeds into the database and analysis system DEWi SD. DEWi and DEWi SD are managed by the WG who owns the intellectual property rights. The Welsh Government wishes to establish a two lot framework. Lot 1 will be awarded to a single supplier and will provide for for the maintenance, support and development of the secure, browser-based data transfer system. Lot 2 of the framework will have the scope to encompass other IT and software needs which are likely to include, but not be limited to, development of systems for xslt validation, xsd schemas and xslt build of summary reports. These systems are likely to use Microsoft .Net architecture (C#) to develop ASP applications using SQL databases. A maximum number of 3 suppliers will be awarded a place on lot 2 and any requirements arising under this lot will be subject to competition. 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 4852 Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3. of this notice.

Secure Data Collection — IT Development.

Welsh Government | Published September 26, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
cpvs
72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000

The Welsh Government collects different sets of statutory pupil and institutional level data, from maintained schools and other educational settings in Wales, at set points throughout the academic year. The format for these datasets is as XML file outputs from school MIS, submitted through Local Authorities to the Welsh Government via the secure, browser based data transfer system, Data Exchange Wales initiative (DEWi), which feeds into the database and analysis system DEWi SD. DEWi and DEWi SD are managed by the WG who owns the intellectual property rights. The Welsh Government wishes to establish a 2 lot framework: 1. Lot 1 will be awarded to a single supplier and will provide for for the maintenance, support and development of the secure, browser based data transfer system. 2. Lot 2 of the framework will have the scope to encompass other IT and software needs which are likely to include, but not be limited to, development of systems for XSLT validation, XSD schemes and XSLT build of summary reports. These systems are likely to use Microsoft .Net architecture (C#) to develop ASP applications using SQL databases. A maximum number of 3 suppliers will be awarded a place on Lot 2 and any requirements arising under this lot will be subject to competition. 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 help desk is available on: Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Phone: +44 8003684852. Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3) of this notice. Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at: http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=33309

Secure Data Collection - IT Development

Welsh Government | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
cpvs
72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212780, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000, 72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000, 72314000, 72800000, 72810000, 72150000, 64216110, 72212781, 48612000, 48780000, 48781000

The Welsh Government collects different sets of statutory pupil and institutional level data, from maintained schools and other educational settings in Wales, at set points throughout the academic year. The format for these datasets is as xml file outputs from school MIS, submitted through Local Authorities to the Welsh Government via the secure, browser-based data transfer system, Data Exchange Wales initiative (DEWi), which feeds into the database and analysis system DEWi SD. DEWi and DEWi SD are managed by the WG who owns the intellectual property rights. The Welsh Government wishes to establish a two lot framework. Lot 1 will be awarded to a single supplier and will provide for for the maintenance, support and development of the secure, browser-based data transfer system. Lot 2 of the framework will have the scope to encompass other IT and software needs which are likely to include, but not be limited to, development of systems for xslt validation, xsd schemas and xslt build of summary reports. These systems are likely to use Microsoft .Net architecture (C#) to develop ASP applications using SQL databases. A maximum number of 3 suppliers will be awarded a place on lot 2 and any requirements arising under this lot will be subject to competition. 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 4852 Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3. of this notice. NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=33309