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1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building

University of Sheffield | Published September 20, 2016  -  Deadline October 14, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 71221000

1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building

The building will be for a new facility to enable music, theatre studies and creative writing to develop and expand teaching, research and grant capture, while also offering all University students and staff enhanced performance opportunities and contributing to the University's pledge to support a strong and vibrant city.

The University of Sheffield is looking for suitably qualified and competent persons to undertake this work.

This is an open EU procurement procedure. The ITT and full specification can only be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system.

If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the Intend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield

The closing date for return of tenders is 10:00, 17.10.2016 (UK time).

1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building

University of Sheffield | Published September 20, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 71221000

1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building

The building will be for a new facility to enable music, theatre studies and creative writing to develop and expand teaching, research and grant capture, while also offering all University students and staff enhanced performance opportunities and contributing to the University's pledge to support a strong and vibrant city.

The University of Sheffield is looking for suitably qualified and competent persons to undertake this work.

This is an open EU procurement procedure. The ITT and full specification can only be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system.

If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the Intend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield

The closing date for return of tenders is 10:00, 17.10.2016 (UK time).

Creation of Architecture Studio

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2016
Winner
NRC Services Ltd
cpvs
45000000

The University has appointed a contractor for the creation of an architecture studio. The University's standing order states "The ordering of goods and services shall be in accordance with the University's purchasing policies. From £25,000 to £50,000 the budget holder shall be required to obtain at least three quotations". The University approached 3 contractors to submit a quotation for carrying out these works (from the Measured Term Contract for Maintenance, Repairs and Minor Works, In-Tend Ref 1112-37-FDR-RW). Quotations were received from 3 contractors.

PC05132 — Sheffield General Cemetery — Lead Consultant

Sheffield City Council | Published November 10, 2016
Winner
Harrison Design Development Ltd
cpvs
71400000, 71220000, 71420000, 71242000, 71421000, 92522000, 45212314, 45212350, 79311100, 79415200, 79421200, 90712400, 92522100, 92522200

Sheffield City Council has successfully secured a Round 1 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a Round 2, Parks for People application for the conservation of Sheffield General Cemetery, an urban park in central Sheffield The Council wishes to appoint a lead consultant to produce conservation proposals and to contribute towards the production of the Round 2 HLF application to be submitted by the 31.8.2017. The lead design consultant together with their sub-consultants will include the following design packages:- landscape architecture, conservation architect, conservation stonemason, conservation blacksmith, structural engineer, reinforced concrete conservator, site survey specialist.

PC05132 - Sheffield General Cemetery - Lead Consultant

Sheffield City Council | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
cpvs
45212314, 45212350, 71220000, 71242000, 71400000, 71420000, 71421000, 79311100, 79415200, 79421200, 90712400, 92522000, 92522100, 92522200

Sheffield City Council has successfully secured a Round 1 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a Round 2, Parks for People application for the conservation of Sheffield General Cemetery, an urban park in central Sheffield

The Council wishes to appoint a lead consultant to produce conservation proposals and to contribute towards the production of the Round 2 HLF application to be submitted by the 31st August 2017.

The lead design consultant together with their sub-consultants will include the following design packages:- landscape architecture, conservation architect, conservation stonemason, conservation blacksmith, structural engineer, reinforced concrete conservator, site survey specialist. 

PC05132 — Sheffield General Cemetery — Lead Consultant

Sheffield City Council | Published May 28, 2016
cpvs
71400000, 71220000, 71420000, 71242000, 71421000, 92522000, 45212314, 45212350, 79311100, 79415200, 79421200, 90712400, 92522100, 92522200

Sheffield City Council has successfully secured a Round 1 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a Round 2, Parks for People application for the conservation of Sheffield General Cemetery, an urban park in central Sheffield. The Council wishes to appoint a lead consultant to produce conservation proposals and to contribute towards the production of the Round 2 HLF application to be submitted by the 31.8.2017. The lead design consultant together with their sub-consultants will include the following design packages: Landscape architecture, conservation architect, conservation stonemason, conservation blacksmith, structural engineer, reinforced concrete conservator, site survey specialist.

TENDER CANCELLED 1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building

University Of Sheffield | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 16, 2016
cpvs
71000000

1500/MR Appointment of Architect to develop New Building The building will be for a new facility to enable music, theatre studies and creative writing to develop and expand teaching, research and grant capture, while also offering all University students and staff enhanced performance opportunities and contributing to the University’s pledge to support a strong and vibrant city The University of Sheffield is looking for suitably qualified and competent persons to undertake this work This is an open EU procurement procedure. The ITT and full specification can only be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the Intend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield The closing date for return of tenders is 10:00 am 17 October 2016 (UK time).

Appointment of an Architect for Rotherham Interchange Refurbishment Works

SOUTH YORKSHIRE PASSENGER TRANSPORT EXECUTIVE | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016
cpvs
71200000

South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive is seeking to appoint a suitable experienced provider of the above Services. A refurbishment scheme to address the deterioration of the structure of the Rotherham Interchange Multi Storey Car Park was developed up to tender action stage in 2013 and a full set of Engineering and Architectural drawings and specifications have been produced. Planning Permission has been granted but this expires in May 2017. The Architectural design remains current and was produced on the basis that it would be carried out as a "Contractor's Designed Portion" of the scheme. The Engineering design has been subsequently updated in 2016 to take account of further deterioration of the structure. A decision has now been made to incorporate refurbishment works to the Bus Station which lies beneath the car park. The work will therefore comprise post contract duties in connection with the car park and a full architectural service in connection with the Bus Station Refurbishment. The car park and bus station refurbishment works will be let as one contract and therefore post contract duties for both elements will run concurrently. The estimated value of the total Architects fees are between £100k and £150k.

The Provision of a Data Storage, Reporting and Presentation Architecture for the Performance & Analysis Service, 2016 to 2019 with OTE 2 X 12 Months

Sheffield City Council | Published April 22, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2016
cpvs
48000000, 48510000, 48517000, 72000000, 72210000, 72212500, 72212517

Project objectives

The project is to provide a data storage, presentation and reporting tools to replace / supplement the existing systems used by the Performance and Analysis Service (PAS). The system will allow PAS to store, access and report on data relating to children and young people securely and to meet the operational and strategic reporting requirements within the Children, Young People and Families Portfolio.

The solution must:

·         Provide secure data storage with the ability to automatically link and copy tables from other Council systems as well as add external data and create derived tables

·         Be compliant with any relevant security standards and allow user permissions to be set up with different access levels

·         Be compatible with a variety of data analysis and reporting tools such as Crystal Reports, Business Objects, Excel and Stata.

·         Include a secure web-based portal to host reports

·         Provide an uninterrupted service between the hours of 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday

·         To ensure all aspects are updated and maintained for life of contract

 

There are three elements to the solution: a data storage facility; a reporting tool and a presentation layer. Each element should be quoted for separately and total costs should be forecast over the lifetime of the contract.

 

RE05047 - DAM AND WATERCOURSE REPAIRS - 2016/2017

Sheffield City Council | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
cpvs
45112700, 45112710, 45246100, 45262640, 90700000, 90710000, 90720000, 90721100

The Works comprise:

·          Repairs to Various Dams and Watercourses, mainly grouting with some structural repairs.

·          The ascertainment and injection of the volume of grout necessary to fill all voids required to seal the indicated leaks

 

·          Repairs to footpaths adjacent Dams and Watercourses.

·          Leakproofing existing metal Outfalls, provision of new Debris Screens.

·          Forming any means of access required to the site(s) for the Plant, Labour and Materials to carry out the Works, removal and making good / reinstatement on completion.

·          The Contractor shall notify the appropriate Authority that he is working in proximity to their Dams and / or Watercourses and comply with all of their requirements and shall allow for all associated costs.

·          The Contractor shall apply for any Road / Footpath Closures he deems necessary to carry out the Works, provide adequately signposted diversions, routes to be agreed with the Architect/Contract Administrator and shall allow for all associated costs.

The production of a Programme, to be agreed and approved by the Architect/Contract Administrator, to carry out the Works in the Order of Priority as indicated hereinafter, see Section 3 – Specification. The Contractor shall make allowance in his Programme for concurrent working to ensure the Works are completed by the stipulated Date for Completion. 

Transport for the North Integrated and Smart Travel framework

West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
Winner
PwC
cpvs
79000000

The Integrated and Smart Travel workstream for Transport for the North has been established and the Programme Board requires the expertise, guidance and support from a number of suppliers over the coming months. A framework is being established to allow the Board to call on this expertise when required in order to: - Carry on specific pieces of detailed research activity - Support the development of a detailed implementation plan for this workstream (required by Spring 2016) - Carry out business case development for the work - Carry out stakeholder mapping, engagement and customer journey specifications - Input technical expertise so that a detailed system architecture can be developed - Carry out PMO activity to support the Programme delivery

Refurbishment of the Blue Room stepped corridor

LEEDS TRINITY UNIVERSITY | Published September 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
Winner
Lodestone Projects Ltd.
cpvs
45453000

The works comprise minor demolitions of 3 number small offices and refurbishment of the floor, wall and ceiling finishes to create a small informal learning space for students .The works include minor structural alterations, adaptations to heating system and additional power , data and new lighting. The works are anticipated to take circa 6 weeks and the contractor will be required to manage and coordinate all the works in a single contract package. The project will be contract administered by the project architect who will also undertake the role of Principal Designer .The appointed contract will take on the responsibility of Principal contractor for the project. Works are programmed to start in early October 2015.

Refurbishment and New-Build Extension to Construct a National Centre of Excellence in Food Engineeri

National Centre of Food Excellence in Food Engineering | Published March 22, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The works comprise of the refurbishment of a disused office building and a new build steel frame extension to provide a new specialist food engineering process facility suitable for teaching industry best practice. The project will be procured on a single stage design and build basis using the JCT Design and Build 2011 Form of Contract with client amendments using OJEU Restricted tendering procedure in order to secure a field of tenderers that can demonstrate suitable experience in both refurbishment and specialist food processing plant facilities. The design will be completed up to RIBA Stage 4 upon issue of the Invitation to Tender. The Architect and the Structural Engineer will be novated to the Main Contractor at contract award stage.

Tenderers are asked to confirm their interest in tendering for this opportunity by email to matthew.gibson@shu.ac.uk providing their view of the proposed procurement route.

1516 52 FDR MG - Refurbishment and new-build extension to construct a National Centre of Excellence in Food Engineering

 | Published April 26, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The works comprise of the refurbishment of a disused office building and a new build steel frame extension to provide a new specialist food engineering process facility suitable for teaching industry best practice. The project will be procured on a single stage design and build basis using the JCT Design and Build 2011 Form of Contract with client amendments using OJEU Restricted tendering procedure in order to secure a field of tenderers that can demonstrate suitable experience in both refurbishment and specialist food processing plant facilities. The design will be completed up to RIBA Stage 4 upon issue of the Invitation to Tender. The Architect and the Structural Engineer will be novated to the Main Contractor at contract award stage. The University wishes to appoint a contractor to supply the above Works contract. Our requirement is as outlined within the Appendix of the Pre Qualification Questionnaire which must be completed and submitted via this e-tendering system by 13:00 on Thursday, 26 May 2016. To view copies of the tender documents you must click on `View Tender Details` and then click on `Express Interest`. The documents will then be sent to the `My Tenders` section of the supplier portal. If submitting correspondence you must ensure that you select the correct tender. Correspondence submitted against the wrong tender may not be answered. The University accepts no liability for failure to reply to incorrectly submitted correspondence.

1516 52 FDR MG — Refurbishment and new-build extension to construct a National Centre of Excellence in Food Engineering

Sheffield Hallam University | Published April 29, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The works comprise of the refurbishment of a disused office building and a new build steel frame extension to provide a new specialist food engineering process facility suitable for teaching industry best practice. The project will be procured on a single stage design and build basis using the JCT Design and Build 2011 Form of Contract with client amendments using OJEU Restricted tendering procedure in order to secure a field of tenderers that can demonstrate suitable experience in both refurbishment and specialist food processing plant facilities. The design will be completed up to RIBA Stage 4 upon issue of the Invitation to Tender. The Architect and the Structural Engineer will be novated to the Main Contractor at contract award stage.

The University wishes to appoint a contractor to supply the above Works contract.

Our requirement is as outlined within the Appendix of the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire which must be completed and submitted via this e-tendering system by 10:00 on Monday, 23.5.2016.

To view copies of the tender documents you must click on ‘View Tender Details’ and then click on ‘Express Interest’. The documents will then be sent to the ‘My Tenders’ section of the supplier portal.

If submitting correspondence you must ensure that you select the correct tender. Correspondence submitted against the wrong tender may not be answered. The University accepts no liability for failure to reply to incorrectly submitted correspondence.

1516 52 FDR MG — Refurbishment and new-build extension to construct a National Centre of Excellence

Sheffield Hallam University | Published April 29, 2016
cpvs
45000000

The works comprise of the refurbishment of a disused office building and a new build steel frame extension to provide a new specialist food engineering process facility suitable for teaching industry best practice. The project will be procured on a single stage design and build basis using the JCT Design and Build 2011 Form of Contract with client amendments using OJEU Restricted tendering procedure in order to secure a field of tenderers that can demonstrate suitable experience in both refurbishment and specialist food processing plant facilities. The design will be completed up to RIBA Stage 4 upon issue of the Invitation to Tender. The Architect and the Structural Engineer will be novated to the Main Contractor at contract award stage.

The University wishes to appoint a contractor to supply the above Works contract.

Our requirement is as outlined within the Appendix of the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire which must be completed and submitted via this e-tendering system by 10:00 on Monday, 23.5.2016.

To view copies of the tender documents you must click on ‘View Tender Details’ and then click on ‘Express Interest’. The documents will then be sent to the ‘My Tenders’ section of the supplier portal.

If submitting correspondence you must ensure that you select the correct tender. Correspondence submitted against the wrong tender may not be answered. The University accepts no liability for failure to reply to incorrectly submitted correspondence.

Sports Facilities - Appointment of Professional Services Multidisciplinary Team

Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2015
cpvs

This contract is for consultancy services for a project manager / main consultant and a sub-consultant multidisciplinary design team for the design and administration of the construction contract for phase one of the Council's investment in sports facilities. The closure, demolition and marketing / disposal or otherwise of facilities declared surplus by the Council as a result of its investment are outside the scope of this contract. Phase one of the Council's investment comprises a new Bradford City Centre swimming pool, and a South Bradford community sports centre and swimming pool (facilitating the closure of Richard Dunn Sports Centre and Bowling Swimming Pool). The Council, 'the Employer' is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and qualified project manager / main consultant, 'the Consultant' who will provide and manage a sub consultant multi-disciplinary team, comprising the minimum core services of an architect, quantity surveyor, building services engineer, and structural and civil engineer, plus all other specialist designers, and consultant advisors for completion of surveys and impact assessments. The health and safety advisor / principle designer service (under the CDM Regulations 2015) will be provided directly by the Employer. The health and safety advisor / principle designer will work with the multidisciplinary team taking instruction from the Consultant as necessary.

Architectural Studios, Howard

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published August 10, 2017  -  Deadline June 20, 2017
Winner
NRC Services Limited
cpvs
45000000

The University has appointed a contractor for the creation of architectural studios, Level 3, Howard, Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus. The University's standing order states "The ordering of goods and services shall be in accordance with the University's purchasing policies. Over £50,000 all items will require a competitive tendering process (unless the purchase is made from an appropriately contracted supplier)". The University approached 4 contractors to submit a quotation for carrying out these works (from the SHU Measured Term Contract for Maintenance, Repairs and Minor Works. In-Tend Ref. 1112-37-FDR-RW) Quotations were received from 4 contractors.

Adsetts Level 7 Refurbishment - Architectural Duties

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published August 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 16, 2017
Winner
AMA Alexi Marmot Associates Limited
cpvs
71220000

Adsetts Level 7 refurbishment. To provide architectural duties for the Adsetts Level 7 refurbishment project at Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus.

Architectural Design Services for the Refurbishment of 20 Furnival Street

SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
Winner
Jefferson Sheard Architects (UK) Ltd
cpvs
71220000

The University has appointed a consultant for the Architectural Design Services for the Refurbishment of 20 Furnival Street, City Campus. The University's standing order states "The ordering of goods and services shall be in accordance with the University's purchasing policies. Over £50,000 all items will require a competitive tendering process (unless the purchase is made from an appropriately contracted supplier)". The University approached 1 consultant to submit a quotation for this service (a direct call-off from the framework agreement for Architectural Design Services, In-Tend reference 1314-45-FDR-MG). Quotations were received from 1 consultant.