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TWDP Master Planning Architect

Barts Health NHS Trust | Published January 18, 2016  -  Deadline February 17, 2016
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23201800

TWDP Master Planning Architect

TEN-1718-003: Solution Architect

National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 1, 2017
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ITT Description Dear Potential Supplier, Re: Solution Architect Ref: TEN-1718-003: Solution Architect I am pleased, on behalf of the National Employment Savings Trust Corporation (NEST), to invite you to submit a tender for Solution Architect. This tender is via the Digital Outcomes & Specialist 2 Framework Agreement. Framework Reference: RM 1043iv Your attention is drawn to the ITT Notices and Instructions attached. To ensure fairness all tenderers are required to submit their tenders in accordance with the Notices and Instructions. Failure to do so could invalidate the tender. NEST Corporation looks forward to your participation in this tender activity. Procurement & Contracts Team

IT Systems Architecture Consultancy

Crown Commercial Service (on behalf of HM Treasury) | Published January 27, 2015  -  Deadline February 4, 2015
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72000000

The aim of this project is to provide IT systems architecture consultancy support to the UK Debt Management Office. Full details can be found in the attached tender documents.

Members' Room Architect Services.

Victoria and Albert Museum | Published January 28, 2016
Winner
Carmody Groarke Limited
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71200000, 71220000, 71221000

Architectural and related services. Architectural design services. Architectural services for buildings. Please note this notice is being published to publicise an Award of Contract and is not advertising a new Contract Opportunity. The Original Notice was published in September 2015 and this Procurement Process has now finished.

The V&A is the world's leading museum of art and design with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity.

To accommodate its growing audience, the V&A is appointing an architect to create a new Members' Room on the second floor of its South Kensington site which will overlook the new Exhibition Road Entrance opening in Spring 2017. The Museum's membership base is growing and it needs to provide a beautiful space which is able to cater to their needs. The design of the Members' Room will take advantage of the views over the new Exhibition Road project creating a unique space which reflects the spirit of the Museum.

The architect will act as Lead Consultant for the project.

FWK1069 — Conservation Architect Services.

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published February 4, 2015
Winner
Please refer to Section VI.2 of this notice
cpvs
71200000

To set up a framework with suitably qualified firms to provide Conservation Architect Services for a range of refurbishment, conservation construction, M and E, security, fire safety and ICT projects across the estate. It is intended to appoint 4 firms to the framework who will be asked, via a mini competition process, to bid for projects as they arise. There will also be a requirement to provide staff to support the Parliamentary Estates Directorate to cover for permanent Project Leader/staff absences or to cover vacancies for the short to medium term.

GB-London: New Digital Services Technical Architect

 | Published July 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
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72223000

A technical architect required to develop supporting evidence for New Digital Service business case, delivery plans and specification for Collections and Ticketing tools. Experience of working with collection information systems, ticketing systems and developing detailed delivery plans is essential. Familiarity with public sector tendering processes is desirable.

SO16558; HM Treasury - CLOne Technical Architect - Contract

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published May 3, 2016
Winner
Capita
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79600000

Please note that this contract has already been awarded and is published for transparency purposes. This contract is for the recruitment of a Technical Architect to provide services and aide in the development and iteration of the live service to Pension Wise website within the Pension Wise department of HM Treasury.

Landscape Architecture Services for The Terrace, Holland Park.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea | Published September 30, 2015  -  Deadline October 27, 2015
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71000000, 71242000

Landscape architecture services to design and develop a hard landscaping scheme for the Terrace fronting the Grade 1 Listed Holland House.

Landscape architecture services for the Terrace at Holland Park

Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea | Published September 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 22, 2015
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71000000

Landscape architecture services to design and develop a hard landscaping scheme for the Terrace fronting the Grade 1 Listed Holland House

Landscape Architect Services Framework.

The Royal Parks | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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71420000

Framework Agreement for the provision of Landscape Architect Services for various parks including: — Hyde Park, — Regent's Park, — Kensington Park, — Greenwich Park, — Bushy Park, — Richmond Park, — St James' Park, — Green Park. The Landscape Architects appointed will be required to assist TRP's Head of Landscape and other TRP staff in developing feasibility proposals, detailed design, delivery and management of landscape projects as well as providing research, investigation, management planning. They may also be asked to provide a wide range of additional related services integral to the delivery of TRP's programme of landscape development and other projects. The framework will commence early February 2016 and will be for a period of 4 years. Please note that the tender documentation can be found at the link provided in I.1) Internet Addresses.

Provision of Architect and Urban Design-led Multi-disciplinary Services to Support Delivery of the M

London Borough of Enfield | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
Karakusevic Carson Architects, Arup, Okra
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71200000, 71400000, 90712100

The Meridian Water Area is a GBP 1,5 bn, 85 hectare investment in a prime location adjacent to the waterside environment of the Lee Valley Regional Park and within the London-Stansted-Cambridge Corridor, which has a population of 2 million and a GBP 161 billion economy. With great connections to Central London, the M25 and airports, and with GBP 122 m of rail investment approved to provide an improved train service, the Meridian Water Area will be transformed through the provision of high quality open spaces and a lively day-time and evening economy. By 2026, the Meridian Water Area will provide around 3 000 new jobs and a minimum of 5 000 desirable, energy efficient homes powered by energy from the emerging GBP 14 m, city scale Lee Valley Heat Network. The so-called Edmonton Hinterland Area, which is adjacent to the Meridian Water Area, has been identified as having the potential to accommodate a further 3 000 new homes. The Meridian Water Area and Edmonton Hinterland Area combined make up the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative, which, in its entirety, could accommodate a total of up to 8 000 homes, The Authority is seeking a team with a leading reputation to take part in this unrivalled opportunity to shape the future of North London. Specifically, the Authority is seeking: 1. architecture, urban design, contract administration, design code services and design advisory services (together, the Architectural and Urban-design Services) and architect-led multi-disciplinary services (Lot 1 Services); 2. planning services, planning input into design code and planning support (together, the Planning Services) and planning-led multidisciplinary services (Lot 2 Services); and 3. landscape architecture services and design code support services (Lot 3 Services). The contract will be divided into the three separate lots noted above and bidders are asked to bid for one lot only: 1. an architect and urban design consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: a. provide the Architectural and Urban-design Services; and b. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the architect-led multi-disciplinary services; 2. a planning consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Planning Services; and a. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the planning-led multi-disciplinary Services; 3. a landscape architect with a leading reputation in, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Lot 3 Services.

Architect acting as Principal Designer for the Natural History Museum Waterhouse Link Project.

Natural History Museum | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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71200000, 71220000

Architectural and related services. Architectural design services. Architect acting as Principal Designer for the Waterhouse Link Project.

Architect acting as Principal Designer for the Natural History Museum Member's Room.

Natural History Museum | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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71200000, 71220000

Architectural and related services. Architectural design services. Architect acting as Principal Designer for the Natural History Museum Member's Room Project.

Leathermarket CBS Architect and Development Manager Contract.

Leathermarket JMB | Published November 25, 2014  -  Deadline December 22, 2014
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71000000, 71220000, 71541000, 71000000, 71220000, 71541000

Leathermarket CBS are seeking to develop a site within Southwark to create 50 new affordable homes. Leathermarket CBS are seeking to employ an Architect to lead on all aspects of design (Lot 1) and a Development Manager to lead on the management of the procurement and construction phase of the project. Although initially only for one project there is potential that over the duration of the contract additional development projects may arise and these will be included within the scope of the appointment. More information will be provided within the Pre Qualification Questionnaire.

Provision of Architect and Urban Design-led Multi-disciplinary Services to Support Delivery of the M

London Borough of Enfield | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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71200000, 71400000, 90712100

The Meridian Water Area is a GBP 1 500 000 000, 85 hectare investment in a prime location adjacent to the waterside environment of the Lee Valley Regional Park and within the London-Stansted-Cambridge Corridor, which has a population of 2 000 000 and a GBP 161 000 000 000 economy. With great connections to Central London, the M25 and airports, and with GBP 122 000 000 of rail investment approved to provide an improved train service, the Meridian Water Area will be transformed through the provision of high quality open spaces and a lively day-time and evening economy. By 2026, the Meridian Water Area will provide around 3 000 new jobs and a minimum of 5 000 desirable, energy efficient homes powered by energy from the emerging GBP 14 000 000, city scale Lee Valley Heat Network. The so-called Edmonton Hinterland Area, which is adjacent to the Meridian Water Area, has been identified as having the potential to accommodate a further 3 000 new homes. The Meridian Water Area and Edmonton Hinterland Area combined make up the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative, which, in its entirety, could accommodate a total of up to 8 000 homes, The Authority is seeking a team with a leading reputation to take part in this unrivalled opportunity to shape the future of North London. Specifically, the Authority is seeking: 1. architecture, urban design, contract administration, design code services and design advisory services (together, the Architectural and Urban-design Services) and architect-led multi-disciplinary services (Lot 1 Services); 2. planning services, planning input into design code and planning support (together, the Planning Services) and planning-led multidisciplinary services (Lot 2 Services); and 3. landscape architecture services and design code support services (Lot 3 Services). The contract will be divided into the three separate lots noted above and bidders are asked to bid for 1 lot only: 1. an architect and urban design consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: a. provide the Architectural and Urban-design Services; and b. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the architect-led multi-disciplinary services; 2. a planning consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: provide the Planning Services; and a. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the planning-led multi-disciplinary Services; 3. a landscape architect with a leading reputation in, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Lot 3 Services.

Provision of Architect and Urban Design-led Multi-disciplinary Services to Support Delivery of the Meridian Water Housing Zone, London N18.

London Borough of Enfield | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
Okra
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71200000, 71400000, 90712100

The Meridian Water Area is a GBP 1,5 bn, 85 hectare investment in a prime location adjacent to the waterside environment of the Lee Valley Regional Park and within the London-Stansted-Cambridge Corridor, which has a population of 2 million and a GBP 161 billion economy. With great connections to Central London, the M25 and airports, and with GBP 122 m of rail investment approved to provide an improved train service, the Meridian Water Area will be transformed through the provision of high quality open spaces and a lively day-time and evening economy. By 2026, the Meridian Water Area will provide around 3 000 new jobs and a minimum of 5 000 desirable, energy efficient homes powered by energy from the emerging GBP 14 m, city scale Lee Valley Heat Network. The so-called Edmonton Hinterland Area, which is adjacent to the Meridian Water Area, has been identified as having the potential to accommodate a further 3 000 new homes. The Meridian Water Area and Edmonton Hinterland Area combined make up the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative, which, in its entirety, could accommodate a total of up to 8 000 homes, The Authority is seeking a team with a leading reputation to take part in this unrivalled opportunity to shape the future of North London. Specifically, the Authority is seeking: 1. architecture, urban design, contract administration, design code services and design advisory services (together, the Architectural and Urban-design Services) and architect-led multi-disciplinary services (Lot 1 Services); 2. planning services, planning input into design code and planning support (together, the Planning Services) and planning-led multidisciplinary services (Lot 2 Services); and 3. landscape architecture services and design code support services (Lot 3 Services). The contract will be divided into the three separate lots noted above and bidders are asked to bid for one lot only: 1. an architect and urban design consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: a. provide the Architectural and Urban-design Services; and b. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the architect-led multi-disciplinary services; 2. a planning consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Planning Services; and a. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the planning-led multi-disciplinary Services; 3. a landscape architect with a leading reputation in, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Lot 3 Services.

DR5001 LBTH CIVIC CENTRE ? ARCHITECT LED DESIGN TEAM SERVICES

 | Published April 5, 2016
Winner
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
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71200000

The London Borough of Tower Hamlets is looking to appoint an Architect led multi-disciplinary design team to provide primary services and optional call off services to the Civic Centre project. The successful architect practice will be required to act as Lead Consultant and Principal Designer on the development of both the old Royal London Hospital site and the refurbishment of John Onslow House up to the appointment of a Principal Contractor for both schemes. This will include design development to RIBA Stage3. The LBTH wishes to procure a partner who is able to provide optional call off services to support the delivery ofthe broader Civic Centre. The Council is committed to improving the quality of life for both residents and businesses within TowerHamlets. In line with The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the authority will consider how thisprocurement might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area. In orderto achieve this, it is our objective to work with existing and future contractors to secure an appropriate level ofcommunity benefits through the procurement process. Detailed guidance and minimum levels of the economicand community benefit applicable to this tender will be available within the tender documentation.

Science Museum Entrances and Patrons' Centre

Science Museum Group | Published October 1, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
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71200000

The Science Museum is seeking to appoint a Lead Architect to design a new Entrance for Groups and a relocated Patrons' Centre. We are looking to the appointed Architect to develop a design that integrates previously unused historic spaces into the museum, achieving a sensitive, contemporary intervention into our building that retains the distinctive quality of the architecture. We want an architecture that celebrates the best of what our building has to offer whilst infusing a new, contemporary thread to connect each of the spaces together. The appointed Architect will lead and coordinate the work packages of a number of direct appointments by the Science Museum. Please see attached documents for further information

Provision of Architect and Urban Design-led Multi-disciplinary Services to Support Delivery of the Meridian Water Housing Zone, London N18.

London Borough of Enfield | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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71200000, 71400000, 90712100

The Meridian Water Area is a GBP 1 500 000 000, 85 hectare investment in a prime location adjacent to the waterside environment of the Lee Valley Regional Park and within the London-Stansted-Cambridge Corridor, which has a population of 2 000 000 and a GBP 161 000 000 000 economy. With great connections to Central London, the M25 and airports, and with GBP 122 000 000 of rail investment approved to provide an improved train service, the Meridian Water Area will be transformed through the provision of high quality open spaces and a lively day-time and evening economy. By 2026, the Meridian Water Area will provide around 3 000 new jobs and a minimum of 5 000 desirable, energy efficient homes powered by energy from the emerging GBP 14 000 000, city scale Lee Valley Heat Network. The so-called Edmonton Hinterland Area, which is adjacent to the Meridian Water Area, has been identified as having the potential to accommodate a further 3 000 new homes. The Meridian Water Area and Edmonton Hinterland Area combined make up the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative, which, in its entirety, could accommodate a total of up to 8 000 homes, The Authority is seeking a team with a leading reputation to take part in this unrivalled opportunity to shape the future of North London. Specifically, the Authority is seeking: 1. architecture, urban design, contract administration, design code services and design advisory services (together, the Architectural and Urban-design Services) and architect-led multi-disciplinary services (Lot 1 Services); 2. planning services, planning input into design code and planning support (together, the Planning Services) and planning-led multidisciplinary services (Lot 2 Services); and 3. landscape architecture services and design code support services (Lot 3 Services). The contract will be divided into the three separate lots noted above and bidders are asked to bid for 1 lot only: 1. an architect and urban design consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: a. provide the Architectural and Urban-design Services; and b. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the architect-led multi-disciplinary services; 2. a planning consultant with a leading reputation in relation to, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to: provide the Planning Services; and a. bring together suitably experienced sub-consultants necessary to deliver the planning-led multi-disciplinary Services; 3. a landscape architect with a leading reputation in, and extensive experience of, developments similar in size and type to the Meridian Water Housing Zone Initiative in order to provide the Lot 3 Services.

DR5001 LBTH Civic Centre — Architect Led Design Team Services

London Borough of Tower Hamlets | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
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71200000

At a meeting of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets' (LBTH) Cabinet on 3.11.2015, Members agreed to the relocation of the current Town Hall at Mulberry Place to the site of the old Royal London Hospital on Whitechapel Road. This move would respond to the impending expiry of the Council's existing lease in Mulberry Place (which is due to expire in June 2020), and enable the consolidation of the Council's existing assets, delivering year on year revenue savings, and releasing surplus assets for housing provision.

Members also recognised the importance of maintaining a Local Presence across the Borough, most visibly through Idea Stores and One Stop Shops. In order to enhance the current Local Presence in the Bow area of the Borough, Members agreed to retain the current office provision at John Onslow House and provide a refurbished facility, which would better relate to its neighbouring Idea Store and One Stop Shop. The old Royal London Hospital site and John Onslow House refurbishment will thus provide all of the Council's back office requirements (currently assumed at 2 472 staff).

The LBTH is looking to appoint an Architect led multi-disciplinary design team to provide primary services and optional call off services to the Civic Centre project.

The successful architect practice will be required to act as Lead Consultant and Principal Designer on the development of both the old Royal London Hospital site and the refurbishment of John Onslow House up to the appointment of a Principal Contractor for both schemes. This will include design development to RIBA Stage 3.

The LBTH wishes to procure a partner who is able to provide optional call off services to support the delivery of the broader Civic Centre.

The Council is committed to improving the quality of life for both residents and businesses within Tower Hamlets. In line with The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the authority will consider how this procurement might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area. In order to achieve this, it is our objective to work with existing and future contractors to secure an appropriate level of community benefits through the procurement process. Detailed guidance and minimum levels of the economic and community benefit applicable to this tender will be available within the tender documentation.

The anticipated contract start date is: Tuesday, 1.3.2016.

The estimated value of the contract is:

5 000 000 GBP (incl. Call of Services)

Total Cost

For a period of: 4 years.