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15/17 Lead Designer & Architect Services

Partnerships & Community Development Services | Published December 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 20, 2015
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Tamworth Borough Council seeks an architect to provide Lead Designer professional services for a conservation and improvement project for Tamworth Assembly Rooms. The project has planning and listed building consent and an approved scheme. The Council is looking for an architect to move this scheme forward through RIBA stages 4-7 inclusive.

Professional services Consultant Architect – Schools (PAN1170)

Leicester City Council | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the provision of a Consultant Architect to complete computer aided visual imagery for reporting purposes, this is to aid the project design and provide the client with a graphical representation of the scheme which could comprise of refurbishment, new build, remodelling - construction projects. The contractor must be available to commence works in February 2016. The anticipated duration of the works is approximately 24 months. 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) The deadline for submitting responses to this opportunity is 12:00hours, Friday, 15th January 2016. Only submissions via Due North e-sourcing portal will be accepted. Organisations are advised that any updates in relation to this opportunity will be published via DueNorth e-tendering portal. Any advertised opportunity might be updated or removed at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Applicants should note that due to the technicality of the software package being used to create this advert, this Opportunity will become "invisible" at midnight, 14th January 2016. Applicants are therefore requested to save all documentation relating to this Opportunity locally.

UOW513 Student Residential Development - Masterplan, Architecture, Services Infrastructure and Open Space design services

Procurement Department | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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The University of Worcester is seeking a firm of consultants, or consortium, to provide; Masterplanning, Architecture, Open Space/Landscaping and Services Infrastructure design, to support and inform the preparation of a Student Residential Development Plan.

COV - Architect-led design team for Tiverton SEN Broad Spectrum Replacement School

Coventry City Council (COV) | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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The commission is for the appointment of an architect led design team to provide services for the design and contract management of proposed new build replacement SEN School and Nursery Provision within Coventry. The programme of building works is required to replace an existing school in a different part of the city. The new school will need to be available for start of term Sept 2017.

Strategy and Architecture Services for IT and Digital

English Heritage-Retail  | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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It’s a very exciting time at the English Heritage Trust as we embrace our new freedom as a Charity. Our role is to care for the National Collection of Historic Places and inspire people to value, visit and enjoy them. We are a dynamic and forward thinking organisation and we want to harness the opportunity of digital services and modern technology solutions to support our cause. We are looking for a partner to help us articulate this opportunity and create a roadmap for how to get there. In return we offer you the chance to help shape the Digital and IT future of a well-known and highly recognised brand.

Architect Led Design Team (ALDT) for Construction Project at Talbot Street N'Ard

Clanmil Housing | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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The 0.1 hectare site is located at Talbot Street, Newtownards, to the rear of 70-78 James Street. The site is cleared and access is from Talbot Street. The curtilage of the site is defined by a two metre high masonry wall to the north. The remaining boundaries are defined by the gable walls and rear boundaries of the adjacent dwellings along Talbot Street and James Street. The land within the site is generally flat. The surrounding area is primarily residential in character with dwellings to the south, west and east of the site. A primary school, convenience store and an Early Years Centre are located to the north. This scheme is not currently in Clanmil ownership however, purchase is expected to complete shortly. The proposed mix for the scheme is 6 units comprising 6x 3p/2b apartments. The building will be constructed to Lifetime Homes and Secured by Design standards

P0270 - Design and Support Services for the Snow Hill Public Realm Project

Economy | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
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Birmingham City Council is inviting tenders for the provision of design and support services for the Snow Hill Public Realm project. To support the Snow Hill Public Realm project, design and support services are required to prepare and subsequently support the delivery of the capital schemes in the Snow Hill area, in line with the Cabinet decision and the programme entry funding approval from the LGF. These projects are likely to be focused on delivering works to the public highway. A range of specialist services are needed to support the development of the project including: • urban realm design • landscape architecture • transportation • architecture • highway engineering • civil engineering • lighting designers • cost management • contract administration The organisation appointed will need to be capable of delivering all of these services. The Council will be using its e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this framework and providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest and download details. The web address is https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/aspx/Home Registration and use of in-tend is free. All correspondence for this procurement process must be via the in-tend correspondence function. If you are unable to register with in-tend please either email us at cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call 0121 464 8000. Your completed Invitation to Tender documents should be returned by noon on 18th January 2016 using the Supplier Portal. For more information contact Charlie Short, Assistant Category Manager on 0121 464 0099 or email charlie.e.short@birmingham.gov.uk

DSMMOM2015 Derby Silk Mill Building Consultancy and Exhibition and Interpretation Design Services

Derby City Council | Published January 10, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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*THIS TENDER IS POSTED BY DERBY CITY COUNCIL ON BEHALF OF DERBY MUSEUMS, AND ANY RESULTING CONTRACT(S) WILL BE WITH DERBY MUSEUMS* Derby Museums invites tenders for the supply of Building Consultancy and Exhibition and Interpretation Design Services in respect of Derby Silk Mill – Museum of Making (DSMMoM). The successful Service Provider(s) will be responsible for providing Architect Led Design and Exhibition Design Services liaising closely with the Contract Manager Hannah Fox and Derby City Council as the Landlord of the building. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 12:00 on Monday 4th January 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 12.00 (midday) on Monday 11th January 2016. The ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-procurement system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-procurement system) (Please be aware that during the period 24th December 2015 – 4th January 2016, no communications regarding this tender will be read or responded to)

Estates Strategy 2016-2026

Financial & Legal Services | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline January 17, 2016
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Over the course of the last eight years the university has undergone an extensive estates rationalization process through a £350M investment to drive efficiency, renew its building stock, and better equip it for the full-free market that places students at the very centre of our economy. To deliver as the ‘University for World-Class Professionals’ we must offer world-class facilities. Through some of our recent projects including the Business School and Student Hub, the Benzie Building for the Faculty of Art and Design and the Brooks Building for the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care and the Faculty of Education, we have sought to express openness and accessibility, world-class quality and environmental sustainability. Our strategy has been to build very efficient and effective buildings but also buildings which have a high visible impact and tell a story about their purpose, the activities within and use the language of architecture to reinforce our core values and brand. The previous Master Plan brought together estate developments as a wider picture, whereas the new Estates Strategy is to bring together such projects and minor works into one plan MMU is seeking to appoint the services of an estates consultant to develop a ten year (2016-2026) institutional Estates Strategy. The Strategy will align the university estate with the delivery learning, teaching and research activity by ensuring our facilities are fit for purpose, affordable and responsive to the changing landscape of the higher education sector. The finalised Estate Strategy is required to inform the next phase of the Masterplan as well as act as a reference point for other minor works projects associated with the development of the MMU estate.

Landscape Design & Architectural Building Design and Contract Supervision Services for the Restoration of West Smethwick Park

Corporate Procurement | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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Following a successful Round 1 Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council is seeking to move forward to a Round 2 submission to HLF. The Council is seeking to appoint a multi-disciplinary professional design team that will work in partnership with the authority through the development stage to develop restoration proposals for West Smethwick Park, its historic features & produce designs for a new pavilion. The team will need to comprise landscape architectural & architectural design expertise together with all other associated disciplines necessary to take forward the development elements of the project. In addition we also require specialists in community consultation, engagement and green space management and development. The Council wishes to procure professional multi-disciplinary design services to design, and subject to a successful Round 2 award, supervise implementation of the restoration project. The Council are following the restricted procedure for this procurement and the PQQ and related documents will be available to Applicants upon an expression of interest on the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. If you would like to apply for this contract, please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc to access the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. You will be required to login using an existing account or register a new one. To register a new account, from the homepage click on `Register` to complete the simple registration process and receive your unique login details. Once you have registered your company and received your login details, from the homepage enter your email address and password then click `Login`. Once logged into the system, click on `Tenders` from the top menu bar to list all the current opportunities. Once you have found the relevant opportunity you should click on `View Details`. You will then have access to the `Express Interest` button at the bottom of the screen which will provide you with immediate access to the PQQ and related documents. Once you have reviewed the PQQ documentation please inform us of your decision to participate by selecting either `Opt In` or `Opt Out`. In order to access the online Questionnaire and submit a response, you will be required to `Opt In`. All enquiries related to the PQQ should be directed through the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal `Correspondence` function by no later than 17:00hrs on 11 December 2015. The Council is under no obligation to respond to any enquiries received after this date. PQQ`s must be submitted through the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal by no later than 15:00hrs on 18 December 2015 which is the date fixed for submission of responses to the PQQ. The last date for expressions of interst on the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Protal will be 17:00 on 11 December 2015 For a Step by Step user guide to the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please click on the `Guidance for Suppliers` section of the website located on the top menu bar. All procurement responses must be carried out via the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. If you require further assistance in respect of the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please contact the In-tend support team on +44 844 272 8810. Important notice: As one of our suppliers, we need to make sure you receive our email notifications. To ensure our emails reach your inbox please add our email domain sandwellmbc@in-tend.co.uk to your safe senders and check your spam filter settings. Thank you.

Picture Frames for Quality of Leicester Images

Leicester City Council | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 15, 2015
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About City Hall City Hall as we know it was originally opened in 1938 to house the City of Leicester Municipal Offices. Designed by Leonard Barnish and H Spencer Silcock for an architecture competition in 1931, the Municipal Offices building was built by Leicester contractors J Chapman and Sons and was opened on 7 November 1938 by the then Lord Mayor of Leicester, Authoritylor Frank Acton. It was quickly recognised as one of the city’s most impressive 1930s buildings, built in the art deco style with a three arch entrance lobby decorated with cream Italian tuffaceous banded limestone and fine woodwork. The ground floor originally housed the Municipal Electric Company offices, showrooms and a demonstration hall (a basement auditorium complete with a dressing room), whilst the upper floor housed the offices of the many different departments that ran the city. One section of the basement was even fitted out as a nuclear bunker during the cold war. The Municipal Offices building was where generations of residents came to pay their electricity bills, rates and vehicle taxation, and in later years also housed De Montfort Hall’s box office. Latterly, it was home to Willie Thorne’s Snooker Hall. In refurbishing the building, it has been returned to its former glory and conservation officers have worked closely with Franklin Ellis Architects and Willmott Dixon Construction to sympathetically retain and enhance many of the building’s fine art deco features – including the original oil-on-copper paintings installed by the Municipal Electric Company. Nearly five decades after leaving the building for New Walk Centre, Leicester City Authority warmly welcomes more than 630 Authority staff ‘home’ to its impressive new City Hall headquarters. Parts of the first, second, third and fourth floors do not have art deco features and have a modern and contemporary look and feel. With oak doors and furniture, black carpet and chairs and glass frosted with images of the Authority cinque foil. Requirement The Authority is producing a richly illustrated guide to the city, which will include 200 pages and more than 500 photographs, mostly in colour. It will explore the city’s character, history and what makes Leicester different from other places. Taking readers from the Iron Age to the varied community of the time. The book will explore the pattern of building materials and styles, streets and open spaces, which make the city unique: the elements, which add up to the 'Quality of Leicester'. The Authority would like 100 of these photographs displayed inside the meeting rooms and in the waiting areas at City Hall. The meeting rooms have been finished to a very high standard and we expect the frames to be of the same quality. Firstly, the Authority would like to commission 3 x A2 size picture frames in a flat oak (real wood) frame with a slim inner black frame (see photograph 1). These are to be dry mounted with a 2mm clear float. The frame must complement the oak doors and furniture on the office levels in City Hall. Subject to approval, a further 97 x A2 sized picture frames and 4 x A1 sized picture frames will be commissioned. The printed photographs will be provided, ready for you to mount and frame. The frames supplied should be real wood. The council is looking for frames which have light oak outer with a slim inner black frame. Samples are to be sent to Leicester City Council and to be sent as a corner piece. Address is as follows: Katie Smith Leicester City Council Finance, Procurement 4th Floor, Rutland Wing 115 Charles Street, LE1 1FZ The samples shall be unreturnable and Leicester City Council shall not be expected to pay for the samples and nor for the delivery of them. Suppliers have an opportunity to view these large scale photographs as they have been used to furnish. The successful supplier will be required to hang the frames. During the process there will be a site visit to match the wood against the councils meeting room doors on Friday 4th December 2015. Times to be confirmed.
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