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Enterprise architectural services for the blue light environment

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline September 30, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Ltd
cpvs
71621000

Enterprise architectural services for the blue light environment estimated at 150 man days. Anticipated key deliverables over 3 phases: 1 - Software level architecture 2 - Business and functions architecture 3 - Infrastructure components

Architectural Services for Proposed Business School Project.

University of Southampton | Published December 12, 2014
Winner
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios LLP
cpvs
71200000

The University of Southampton (The University) wishes to appoint an Architect and Lead Designer to help design and deliver a New Business School. The final location and size of the project has yet to be determined but will be in the Southampton Area. Further information will be released at the invitation to tender stage to those who successful make the short list. This pre-qualification questionnaire and application will be used to assess the suitability of consultants who wish to be considered for appointment. Please complete all sections of this form, ensuring your answers are an appropriate length. You must provide documents and certificates where requested, with your PQQ return. Failure to do so may lead to your organisation being eliminated from our tender process. In addition, submissions including appendices but excluding company accounts, that exceed 45 sides of A4, including graphics and photographs will also lead to elimination from our tender process. We will use the PQQ process to shortlist a number of not more than eight suppliers to go forward to the ITT stage.

Recruitment services

Ordnance Survey Limited | Published April 11, 2017
cpvs
79600000

Creation of a framework for recruitment services for permanent, temporary, fixed term contract and contingent labour. The framework shall be awarded in the following Lots:

1. Corporate Functions,

2. Finance,

3. Commercial and Operations,

4. I.T. (i.e. Software development, engineering and architecture, digital, G.I. data production),

5. Executives.

Recruitment services

Ordnance Survey Limited | Published March 29, 2017
cpvs
79600000

Creation of a framework for recruitment services for permanent, temporary, fixed term contract and contingent labour. The framework shall be awarded in the following Lots:

1. Corporate Functions,

2. Finance,

3. Commercial & Operations,

4. I.T. (i.e. Software development, engineering and architecture, digital, G.I. data production),

5. Executives.

HR.

Legal.

Audit & Risk.

Procurement.

Agencies must cover all of Permanent, Fixed Term Contract and Temporary recruitment in this specialism.

Business Development.

Marketing.

Customer Insight.

Market Insight.

Strategy Management.

Project Management.

Agencies must cover all of Permanent, Fixed Term Contract and Temporary recruitment in this specialism.

Engineering & Architecture.

Digital.

GI Data Production.

Agencies must cover all of Permanent, Fixed Term Contract and Temporary recruitment in this specialism.

National Cyber Security Centre Certfied Professional

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published March 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 24, 2017
Winner
Info-Assure Ltd
cpvs
71621000

To purchase the services of a national cyber security centre (NCSCS) certified professional with skills of security architect, risk assessment and management.

Recruitment Framework (Permanent, Temporary, FTC, Contingent)

Ordnance Survey Limited | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline August 2, 2017
cpvs
79600000

Text to be corrected in the original notice: Place of text to be modified: I.1 Instead of: procurementgroup@os.uk Read: OSRecruitmentTender2017@os.uk Other additional information: Change of contact email address only. Creation of a framework for recruitment services for permanent, temporary, fixed term contract and contingent labour. The framework shall be awarded in the following Lots: 1. Corporate Functions 2. Finance 3. Commercial & Operations 4. I.T. (i.e. Software development, engineering and architecture, digital, G.I. data production) 5. Executives

Framework Agreement for Architectural, Interior Design and Master Planning Services for the delivery

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
ADP Architects, FaulknerBrowns LLP, HNW Architects Ltd, Howarth Litchfield Partnership
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 79932000, 71400000, 71240000, 71220000, 71356400

The University of Southampton (the University) recognises that its halls accommodation is an important influence on the Student Experience whilst at university and moreover could influence the application process. The recruitment of students in the higher education sector is becoming increasingly competitive and it is clear that the quality and availability of halls accommodation can be a contributory factor in potential students and their parent's decision making process. The University has undertaken a holistic review of its Residential Estate from which it has developed its Residences Strategy. It is recognised there is a long term need for additional bed spaces to meet a forecasted growth in student numbers but also to improve current provisions through a complex refurbishment and on-going maintenance programme by providing ‘swing space’. A team has been set up to oversee the projects that comprise the proposed strategy which, if implemented will have an estimated value in excess of GBP 200 000 000. This currently includes up to 10 comprehensive refurbishments totalling in the region of GBP 35 000 000 with the remainder being new developments. These new developments are currently expected to be a mix of University delivered projects on their existing estate and those delivered elsewhere by third party developers. Where new developments are delivered through third parties the University will look to their framework consultants to assist in the evaluation of proposals and therefore a good understanding of and experience in the evaluation and procurement process is beneficial. The Estates and Facilities Directorate is responsible for the management of all new build and refurbishment works, building services, infrastructure projects and plant rooms on the University estate. This includes the Halls estate which currently comprises approximately 6 100 student rooms across two principle campuses and a number of individual halls within both Southampton and Winchester. A wider appreciation of the University's facilities and location can be obtained by visiting the University's website: www.soton.ac.uk/accommodation This framework is for architectural services. However on some projects the University may look to individual consultants to be able to provide, in addition to architectural services, master planning and interior design as individual services or a one stop shop service. On larger projects, or where appropriate, the provision of architectural services by individual consultants may be supplemented by consultants from similar University frameworks for the provision of other construction-related services. The University is establishing a collaborative framework of consultants from relevant professional disciplines who combine technical expertise in their relevant professional areas with an ability to work as a team with other framework consultants in different disciplines. Framework consultants will work with the Estates and Facilities Directorate and selected contractors to provide buildings and refurbishments that meet the needs of the University and provide best value for money in terms both of their capital and (perhaps more importantly) whole life costs.

Framework Agreement for Architectural, Interior Design and Master Planning Services for the delivery of New Student Halls of residence and Refurbishment Programme.

University of Southampton | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Howarth Litchfield Partnership
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71221000, 79932000, 71400000, 71240000, 71220000, 71356400

The University of Southampton (the University) recognises that its halls accommodation is an important influence on the Student Experience whilst at university and moreover could influence the application process. The recruitment of students in the higher education sector is becoming increasingly competitive and it is clear that the quality and availability of halls accommodation can be a contributory factor in potential students and their parent's decision making process. The University has undertaken a holistic review of its Residential Estate from which it has developed its Residences Strategy. It is recognised there is a long term need for additional bed spaces to meet a forecasted growth in student numbers but also to improve current provisions through a complex refurbishment and on-going maintenance programme by providing ‘swing space’. A team has been set up to oversee the projects that comprise the proposed strategy which, if implemented will have an estimated value in excess of GBP 200 000 000. This currently includes up to 10 comprehensive refurbishments totalling in the region of GBP 35 000 000 with the remainder being new developments. These new developments are currently expected to be a mix of University delivered projects on their existing estate and those delivered elsewhere by third party developers. Where new developments are delivered through third parties the University will look to their framework consultants to assist in the evaluation of proposals and therefore a good understanding of and experience in the evaluation and procurement process is beneficial. The Estates and Facilities Directorate is responsible for the management of all new build and refurbishment works, building services, infrastructure projects and plant rooms on the University estate. This includes the Halls estate which currently comprises approximately 6 100 student rooms across two principle campuses and a number of individual halls within both Southampton and Winchester. A wider appreciation of the University's facilities and location can be obtained by visiting the University's website: www.soton.ac.uk/accommodation This framework is for architectural services. However on some projects the University may look to individual consultants to be able to provide, in addition to architectural services, master planning and interior design as individual services or a one stop shop service. On larger projects, or where appropriate, the provision of architectural services by individual consultants may be supplemented by consultants from similar University frameworks for the provision of other construction-related services. The University is establishing a collaborative framework of consultants from relevant professional disciplines who combine technical expertise in their relevant professional areas with an ability to work as a team with other framework consultants in different disciplines. Framework consultants will work with the Estates and Facilities Directorate and selected contractors to provide buildings and refurbishments that meet the needs of the University and provide best value for money in terms both of their capital and (perhaps more importantly) whole life costs.
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