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Architectural consultancy services for St George's Bristol

St George's Bristol | Published August 31, 2015  -  Deadline September 28, 2015
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St George's Bristol is a charitable organisation based in Bristol. The organisation maintains a grade II* listed, converted church building which has been converted for the purpose of providing a concert venue and high quality entertainment facilities for the local residents. To ensure that the building remains fit for purpose St George's has elected to add a two storey extension to the building, including some alterations to the existing building. Part of the funding for the project has been secured from the Arts Council and Heritage Lottery Fund therefore the project must comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The project is currently at stage 3 of the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. An architect was identified for the preliminary stages of the project and their appointment completes at the end of stage 3. Therefore St George's now seeks the appointment of an architect for the remainder of the project, up to and including stage 7.

Torbay School Remodel

Torbay Council | Published February 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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AECOM
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71000000

Architect and transport specialist for the Torbay School Remodel (into a primary school) - initial stage for planning.

Oxstalls Campus Development - Design Team Service

UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
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71220000

The University of Gloucestershire (‘The Employer’) has the requirement for a single economical operator (‘The Supplier’) with relevant capacity, capability and experience to provide a design team service for the next stage of the Oxstalls Development. The high level output for this commission is expected to include, but may not be limited to: Lead designer, Architect, Civil & structural engineer, Building services engineer, Planning consultant, Fire engineer, Interior & lighting designer, Acoustic consultant, Environmental consultant, Highways consultant, Landscape architect.

Integrated Building Design Services to the Dorset County Museum

The Dorset Natural History and Archeological Society | Published September 17, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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71240000

Integrated, multi-disciplinary design services to the project, covering architecture, civil and structural engineering design and services engineering design, plus associated disciplines.

Bath Quays North - Infrastructure Design

Bath and North East Somerset Council | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline April 8, 2016
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71310000

OJEU Reference: 2016/S 048-080005 The Council is seeking to procure a Highway Engineering led multidisciplinary design team comprising Transport and Highway Engineer, Landscape Architect, Drainage Engineer, Flood Risk Engineer, Ecologist, Structural Engineer and Principal Designer to undertake design work to deliver the infrastructure Bath Quays North including, coach parking, road realignment and public realm.

Consultancy Services for New 80 Bed Care Home with Nursing and Dementia Care

Borough of Poole | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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71200000

Consultancy services for New 80 Bed Care Home with Nursing and Dementia Care in two separate appointments comprising:- Lot 1 - Architect-led multi-disciplinary design Lot 2 - Cost Consultancy, CDM Advisory, BIM Advisory (if called-off) and Project Management (if called-off), for feasibility assessment and, if approved, for further consultancy services needed for the development of a new 80 Bed Care Home with nursing and dementia care.

Provision of Consultancy Team Services for New Office Accommodation

UKHO | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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71000000

The supply of consultancy team services for UKHO's new office accommodation. The requirement is separated into 2 lots: Lot 1 is for the provision of Architect led Design Team Services with a full supporting team of sub consultants. Lot 2 is for Cost Consultant and Contract Administration Services. More detail is contained in Section 4 of the Statement of requirements. Tenderers are required to bid for Lot 1 or Lot 2; the Authority will not accept bids for both Lots from one Tenderer or any economic operator affiliated to that Tenderer. Full details are contained in the accompanying documents.

INVITATION TO TENDER (ITT) Tree Team Mess Building

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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The contract is for construction of a timber-framed Mess Room building to complete the Tree Management Centre. The works will include all super structural works detailed in the architect drawings. There is also a requirement to recruit and manage volunteers or trainees in at least part of the build. A bidder briefing day will be held at Westonbirt on 30th April 2015. It is advisable to attend to see the construction site, the access constraints and to raise enquiries with the architects and engineers.

The Fleece Hotel Complex, Gloucester- Specialist Surveying & Architectural Services

Gloucester City Council | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 16, 2016
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71200000

Condition, Structural & Measured Surveys, & Allied specialist surveys.

7253 A national planning overview of 19th century forts and associated fortifications

Historic England-National Heritage Protection Commissions | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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73000000

19th century forts and associated fortifications are some of our coast’s most distinctive monuments. Architecturally and topographically they are striking places with clear historic significance often dominating their settings and localities. They embody the changing nature of 19th century conflict as the technology of the industrial age was applied to warfare, fuelling great rivalry between Europe’s imperial powers. Militarily most 19th century forts were declared obsolete in 1956, subsequently a number have been preserved as visitor attractions by English Heritage and other organisations. A number have remained with the Ministry of Defence. Others have been converted to residential and commercial uses, whilst others are derelict subject to decay and vandalism, and are registered as Heritage at Risk. To ensure that more of these forts find new uses imaginative schemes based on best constructive conservation practices are required. Increasingly, proposals are being put forward to convert forts to new uses; potentially involving some loss of historic fabric and later defensive features. Forts are especially vulnerable to harm to their significance by virtue of changes to their settings. This project is designed to provide a national overview of 19th century forts and associated fortifications in England. It will identify which ones best exemplify evolution of military architecture, retain the best examples of features and fittings of various dates, and discuss the relative significance of later rearmament phases. The report will help to inform the work of Historic England and others to ensure well-informed and nationally consistent advice is available to those promoting and managing change, as well as would be developers.

UOE/2015/006/PF - Tender for an eProcurement System

University of Exeter | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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72246000

The University invites bids from suppliers who are able to implement an e-procurement solution that will interface with a new finance system. The new e-procurement system will be key to enabling the University to deliver improved, standardised and best practice business processes across the Procurement Service. The system needs to be scalable to meet future requirements or enhancements of the Procurement Service, and needs to be compliant with statutory requirements including HE compliance. The system also needs to support mobile and remote working with access on mobile devices. We are looking to explore a fully hosted and managed solution as well as an on-premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the Tender process. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages: •Functional requirements gathering including business rules, workflow, reporting and user access. •Non-functional requirements gathering including data security and benchmark system performance •Technical architecture including network, backups and resilience •User interface design •Solution modelling and design •Solution build •Testing including Unit, Load, Performance and UAT •Data migration •Transition and support •Training and user guides •Change management Implementation of the new system should be underpinned by appropriate quality management processes to ensure the solution is fit for purpose. The length of the contract is 8 years and should include software, consultancy, integration with the new finance system, licenses, warranty support, support & maintenance, and future enhancement costs. Refer to the ITT document for the proposed support & maintenance SLAs (see Schedule 6). The allocated budget for the core system is £334,000 including VAT - please the main ITT document for full details.
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