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

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

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

Wireless body weighing scales to meet the needs of the NoHoW ICT architecture.

University of Derby | Published March 16, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
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42923000

The University of Derby is involved in the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation action NoHoW (Grant No. 643309). The NoHoW project tests whether ICT-based delivery (wireless tracking technologies, weighing scales and activity sensors, online tools and smart phone apps, multimedia resources and internet-based support) offers the most promising evidence based behaviour change techniques is effective for Weight Loss Management (WLM). The core of this component will comprise wireless “smart scales” for self-weighing and wrist-worn activity meters coupled with online tools. Commercially available wireless scales and activity trackers will be used to deploy an integrated monitoring and feedback system providing real-time information about body weight self-monitoring behaviours (a reliable predictor of weight loss maintenance and body weight tracking using an approach similar to that developed in the recent NIHR funded NuLevel project (https://research.ncl.ac.uk/nulevel/whatisnulevel/). Digital scales will transmit body weight data to the datahub through a suitable data platform. Physical activity will be tracked using commercially available physical activity monitoring devices and an appropriate software platform for clinical research that will transmit data to the data hub and meet the technical specifications of the NoHoW ICT architecture. The physical activity monitors will be wrist worn accelerometry data loggers that collect detailed longitudinal movement data.

Wireless physical activity trackers to meet the needs of the NoHoW ICT architecture

University of Derby | Published March 16, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
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37400000

The University of Derby is involved in the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation action NoHoW (Grant No. 643309). The NoHoW project tests whether ICT-based delivery (wireless tracking technologies, weighing scales and activity sensors, online tools and smart phone apps, multimedia resources and internet-based support) offers the most promising evidence based behaviour change techniques is effective for Weight Loss Management (WLM). The core of this component will comprise wireless “smart scales” for self-weighing and wrist-worn activity meters coupled with online tools. Commercially available wireless scales and activity trackers will be used to deploy an integrated monitoring and feedback system providing real-time information about body weight self-monitoring behaviours (a reliable predictor of weight loss maintenance and body weight tracking using an approach similar to that developed in the recent NIHR funded NuLevel project (https://research.ncl.ac.uk/nulevel/whatisnulevel/). Digital scales will transmit body weight data to the datahub through a suitable data platform. Physical activity will be tracked using commercially available physical activity monitoring devices and an appropriate software platform for clinical research that will transmit data to the data hub and meet the technical specifications of the NoHoW ICT architecture. The physical activity monitors will be wrist worn accelerometry data loggers that collect detailed longitudinal movement data.

Project Manager & Full Design Team services for the delivery of Fit-out and Refurbishment Projects and ad-hoc minor works projects CAF114/15

Cafcass | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
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71315300

Cafcass is seeking to appoint Project Manager & Full Design Team services for the delivery of Fit-out and Refurbishment Projects and ad-hoc minor works projects. The Authority requires the provision of services in line with the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, Work Stages 0 - 7 with the option to call-off specific professional services as required for smaller projects and minor works on a time charge basis. Core Services include Building Surveyor, Principle Designer (as defined by the construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015), Architect, CAD Technician, Fire Engineer, Health & Safety Consultant, Conservation Architect, Building Service Engineer, Quantity Surveyor and Civil & Structural Engineer.

PAN1035 - Construction project management, cost consultancy and multi-disciplinary design services for Dock2

Leicester City Council | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 17, 2015
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Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the following services for the Dock 2 project: Lot 1 - Construction Project Management. Lot 2 - Cost Consultancy/ Quantity Surveying. Lot 3 - Architect/ Multi-Disciplinary Design Services, including Architect, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers (including BREEAM assessor), Structural/Civil Engineers and Clerk of Works - with the Architect acting as lead consultant and Principal Designer. Funding for the delivery of the project may to be provided by several sources, including potentially Leicester City Council, the UK Government and/or the European Regional Development Fund, and the team will be expected to comply with the rules and regulations associated with this funding. The Authority wishes to ensure that its procurement opportunities are open to small and micro local enterprises and voluntary and community sector organisations as it appreciates the very important role they play in the local economy. Tenders from these organisations are particularly welcomed. This Invitation to Tender document and with the appendices and all other documentation issued to suppliers sets out details of the Authority's requirements and how to submit you're Tender.. In order to access the full documentation, including the scope of works, please click on 'Apply online' (right hand side) and you will be transferred to DueNorth e-tendering portal. (Registration is required.)

Provision of Firewalls

Derbyshire Constabulary | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline July 16, 2015
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At present the Force has a number of Checkpoint and Cisco firewall security devices positioned around the force, both technologies have central management facilities. Considerable time, effort and specialist training has been dedicated to ensuring these firewalls meet current security standards. The force wants to improve its security architecture using a walled garden approach to support its PSN accreditation as well as IPS/IDS technology for enhanced security using more capable firewalls with more processing power to deal with consolidated requirements.

PAN1077 - Construction Consultancy Services for Main Line Museum

Mr Andy Button | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 28, 2015
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45000000

Leicester City Council are acting on behalf of Great Central Railway plc (GCR) invites expressions of interest for the provision of: Lot 1 ? Construction Project Manager Lot 2 ? Cost Consultancy ? Quantity Surveying Lot 3 ? Architect/Multi-Disciplinary Design Services Lot 4 ? Exhibition Design Great Central Railway plc (GCR) has secured a Round 1 pass from Heritage Lottery Fund and now working with Leicester City Council and the National Railway Museum invites expressions of interest.

PAN1183 - Hostel Refurbishment and Reconfiguration

Leicester City Council | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
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45450000

Leicester City Council is looking to refurbish and remodel 3 vacant decommissioned hostels and 1 vacant House In Multi Occupation (HIMO) into general needs affordable housing and require the following professional team services to enable the scheme to proceed. Procurement of professional team services: via a ?lead consultant? who shall be an Architect; and to include Structural Engineering; Quantity Surveying and Mechanical & Electrical engineers services including traditional contract administration duties to enable the refurbishment/conversion of the properties into residential accommodation for affordable housing. Proposal details as follows: Proposal: 31-35: Lower Hastings Street: Conversion to 8 units as follows: 2 x1b flats; 6 x 2b flats. 129 Loughborough Road: conversion to 9 units as follows: 7 x 2 bed flats and 2 x 1b wheelchair flats. 102-104 Myrtle Road: Conversion to 2 units as follows: 2 x 4 bed homes. 17 Seymour Street: Conversion to 1 x 4 bed home. Total units: 20 units.

UK-Brackley: Architectural and related services

Brackley Town Council | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015
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71200000

The Authority is seeking a design team for the comprehensive restoration of Brackley Town Hall (RIBA stages E-L/3-7). The project is part funded by the HLF and is now starting the 'Delivery Phase'.

LGSS CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANCY SERVICES FRAMEWORK

LGSS | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline March 3, 2016
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71310000

Applications are invited from experienced providers of Design and Technical Consultancy Services to the construction industry who can provide high quality professional services using a customer focussed approach, particularly in the Public Sector. The services to be provided are: LOT 1: Project Management with full Design and Principal Designer. LOT 2: Project Management with Quantity Surveying Services (Principal Designer as required). LOT 3: Architectural Services (Contract Administration and Principal Designer as required). LOT 4: Building Surveying Services (Contract Administration and Principal Designer as required). LOT 5: Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services (Contract Administration and Principal Designer as required). LOT 6: Project Management Services (Contract Administration as requested). LOT 7: Quantity Surveying / Cost Consultancy Services (Contract Administration as required). LOT 8: Structural and Civil Engineering Services (Contract Administration and Principal Designer as required). The Framework Providers will be expected to work and co-operate closely with local government in-house and external design and technical consultants, contractors and other partner providers. All contract performance will be monitored using a set of comprehensive performance indicators. Design and Technical Consultancy Services will be required for but not limited to education and social care, Health, Blue Light Services, Residential, community and public buildings. The Framework will cover construction works and will include, but not be limited to, new build, demolitions, capital replacements, extensions, repairs and renovation programs. Successful Framework Providers will be expected to have a demonstrable track record of providing these services for such premises and project type. Potential Providers will be appointed to the Framework through the overarching Framework Agreement and any subsequent award will also be made in accordance with the terms and conditions of the accompanying RIBA Architect or RIBA Consultant agreements, including Schedule of Amendments. The Framework will operate for a period of 36 months (from the award of the contract) with the option to extend for a further period of 12 months. It is envisaged that the maximum number of providers appointed to Lots 1 and 2 shall be three and Lots 3 8 will be 6. Interested parties are permitted to bid for a single Lot or multiple Lots. There will be no obligation on either Northamptonshire County Council or any of the other bodies to enter into call off contracts with the service providers appointed nor will any guarantee be given as to the quantity, value or regularity of call off contracts to be made.

Construction of New Council Offices and Civic Accommodation

Newark & Sherwood District Council | Published October 15, 2015  -  Deadline November 13, 2015
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45213000

Newark & Sherwood District Council is seeking to appoint a qualified & fully experienced contractor to undertake a JCT 2011 Design and Build contract (with amendments) for the construction of a new BREEAM excellent civic office building on a 1.3 hectare site adjacent to the existing Cattle Market on Great North Road, Newark-On-Trent, Nottinghamshire NG24 1BY, close to Newark Castle railway station. The contract is expected to commence in April 2016 with construction based on a 52-week programme. The Council expects to relocate to the new offices from its existing premises and be fully operational by autumn 2017. The new building will serve as a base for up to 300 staff and will include co-location of other public service personnel. The Council requires the building to be fully fitted out, ready for occupation, but plans to undertake separate procurements for furniture and other loose fittings and equipment. The full specification of requirements will be published within the tender documentation. Design concept work has been completed in devising the format of the proposed steel-framed building of approx. 3,700 m² GIFA on three floors. A ‘lean design’ with extremely light mechanical & electrical service installations is helping to achieve an extremely competitive cost/m² GIFA. It is known at this stage that the project poses some common technical challenges. These include working on land adjacent to a railway, carrying out piling works to increase ground bearing capacity and potentially providing highways works and bus stop upgrades under a S. 106 agreement. The interested parties will also be required to retain the Employer's design for exceptionally lightly engineered building services, which will provide them with exceptional value both in construction and operation. The design will be almost completed by the Council's appointed design team to RIBA stage E (Stage 4) prior to letting the contract. The Client's Architect, Structural/Civil Engineers and Service Engineers shall all be novated to the successful contractor. The estimated value of the contract is in the range of £5,000,000 to £6,000,000 (excl. VAT). The minimum annual turnover for potential Contractors wishing to tender for this project is £12m. Potential Contractors who have a lower turnover will not be successful at PQQ stage. A conditional performance bond amounting to 10 % of the construction contract value will be required. Parent company guarantees may also be required. Applicants must complete a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (obtainable from Gleeds Cost Management Ltd by e-mailing nsdc.offices@gleeds.co.uk) which must be returned with the supporting documentation to the address stated in the questionnaire by noon on 13/11/2015. The Council sees this construction project as a means to stimulate the local economy, providing job opportunities directly and through the use of local suppliers and supply chains.

Construction of a 60 Unit Extra-Care Facility.

Newark & Sherwood District Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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45211000

The contract will require the construction of a 60 unit extra-care facility on a green field site in Newark, Nottinghamshire. The scheme is being developed by Newark and Sherwood Homes Limited on behalf of Newark and Sherwood District Council and is expected to benefit from grants from Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC) and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). The scheme specification is to accommodate the requirements of NCC and HCA and is expected to see a high standard of quality design in order to become a ‘landmark’ building within the area. The contractor must therefore be able to lead the construction of this quality product and interpret the aspirations of the Council and stakeholders in terms of the aesthetics as well as internal and external environments. The scheme is to incorporate the Design Standards of the Council, the HCA, Nottinghamshire County Council, HAPPI and The Dementia Design Guidance published by the University of Stirling. Consequently the Council is expecting interest from contractors with experience in delivering extra-care facilities with a focus on residents with dementia or similar care support needs. The estimated value of the contract is in the range of £8,000,000 to £9,000,000 (excl. VAT). The minimum annual turnover for potential Contractors wishing to tender for this project is £16,000,000. Potential Contractors who have a lower turnover will not be successful at PQQ stage. Newark and Sherwood District Council is seeking to appoint a qualified and fully experienced contractor to undertake a JCT DB11 contract with Employers' amendments for the construction of a new 60 unit extra-care facility at Bowbridge Road in Newark, close to a new Council Leisure Centre which is currently under construction and due for completion in April 2016. The full specification of requirements will be published within the tender documentation. The successful Contractor will accept the novations of the key design consultants: Architect and Structural /Consulting Engineer. Shortlisted candidates will be expected to provide minimal design comments in their proposals at ITT stage, with the main requirement being to make a positive statement about their ability to meet the Employer's Requirements. The Contractor will need to be cognisant of some common technical challenges including working adjacent to a leisure centre and providing a piled foundation system. The Council has a clear objective to provide a building which achieves cost value and efficiencies both in construction and operation. It is anticipated that the Contractor will meet a 72-week programme which is expected to begin with possession of the site in May 2016. The Contractor will be responsible for discharging all pre-commence and pre-occupation planning conditions with the novated design team. The Contractor will be expected to provide external works and all utilities connections in accordance with the Employer's Requirements.
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