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Workspace Design and Project Management

WMCOE – Midland Heart | Published February 7, 2015  -  Deadline March 11, 2015
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Workspace Design and Project Management

Student online workspace design and development

UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE | Published May 5, 2016
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Precedent Communications Ltd
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72212000

Student online workspace design and development

Workspace Design and Project Management

Midland Heart Limited | Published February 9, 2015  -  Deadline March 11, 2015
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79415200, 71315200

The scope of the contract includes establishing existing and future workspace requirements to suit a range of operational working arrangements, developing a workspace design that can be translated into different offices, project manage the procurement of contractors and the implementation of the design into two pilot offices and evaluating the success of the design following use. The timescale for the project is to complete the design work and to have appointed consultants to commence works early in financial year 16-17. Timescales may be affected by the extent of works and the chosen procurement route as contract values exceeding the OJEU limits will require a lengthier procurement process. The consultant will be expected to support the project through to its conclusion. We are keen for consultants to bring their expertise and experience to bear and to work with Midland Heart to develop the requirements of this project. Our focus is on achieving the aims set out below by working in partnership with a company that can bring innovative ideas, best practice and knowledge to the table as part of our endeavour to provide stimulating working environments that meet our business needs. The consultant will support the management of the project. The design consultant will be independent of any interiors contractor or furniture supplier. This contract is not design and build. The successful design consultant will be excluded from bidding for the build tender which will follow the design project in order to remove any potential conflicts of interest.

INI - Framework Agreement for the Provision of Design Consultants

Department of Finance and Personnel Northern Ireland | Published March 22, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2009
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The Central Procurement Directorate on behalf of its client Invest NI invites tenders from design consultants to undertake individual contracts/assignments associated with Invest NI’s Design Capability Programme.

As part of the Design Capability Programme framework, the Invest NI Design Service Team requires a number of Design Consultants to work with Invest NI client companies (current demand levels have grown recently from 30 per annum to approximately 120 commissions per annum) participating on a range of Design Development Programmes. Each commission will involve working with an individual company over a period of weeks or months and providing a number of consultancy days (usually 3-7 days) which is set by invest NI. The number of consultancy days required will be decided and specified by Invest NI. It is possible that a Design Consultant may work with more than one company in a given year.

Invest NI require a maximum of 12 Design Consultants in each of the following design categories to provide design advice to Invest Northern Ireland Client Companies participating on Invest NI’s Design Programmes:

1. Industrial and Product Design
2. Packaging
3. Furniture and Outdoor Design
4. Engineering Design
5. Strategic Design Management
6. Material Selection and Testing
7. Textile, Garment and Fashion Design
8. Interior, Architecture, Building and Workspace design
9. Process Design
10. Electronic and Software Design
11. Environmental\ Eco\ Green Design
12. Intellectual Property
13. Trends and Forecasting
14. Branding and Communications
15. Wayfinding and Information Design
16. Temporary Exhibition\ Experiential\ Events design
17. Service Design
18. Digital, New media, Animation, Web services, GUI
19. Ergonomics and Human Factor Specialists
 

Project North Interior Design and Space Planning

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) | Published December 13, 2007  -  Deadline January 14, 2008
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The contract is for the supply of Space Planning and Interior Design Consultancy Services for Project North - currently under construction at Salford, UK. The complex comprises three buildings with a total net internal area of 330,000 sq ft and an anticipated population of around 2500 staff. The core design of the Category B fit-out will be signed off in spring 2008. With the BBC's challenging occupancy targets combined, with a track record of an innovative approach to workspace design, there is now an exciting opportunity to realise the BBC's ambitions to deliver a green and agile working environment with genuinely new ways of working. The space planning services will involve engagement with end users from key departments (Sport, Children's,…etc) who are located in London and Manchester in order to understand their detailed operational requirements as a basis for test layouts and detailed furniture layouts. The interior design services will involve the development of an overall interior design concept to build on the developer's base scheme. Specifically it will include the design and selection of all loose furniture and fittings, the integration of specific end user department's interior design aspirations, the design of tenant fit-out items over and above the Category B fit-out and finally the design of all applied finishes. This is a significant opportunity for the BBC to develop and implement innovative programme making processes and are looking to the Interior Designer to bring innovation in workplace design with a particular emphasis on providing a truly flexible environment, facilitating agile working and a place where people want to come to work, The appointed services contractor will be the lead designer for these activities and will be expected to work as part of an already established integrated team lead by a project manager. Extensive liaison will be required not only with the BBC departments but also with the base build team, the technology team, the  

COM1262-Client Advisory Services for the Restoration and Renewal Programme for the Palace of Westmin

Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published April 25, 2015
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This Prior Information Notice (PIN) aims to initiate a market engagement exercise for the procurement of client advisory services for the Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Programme. Client advisory services are likely to include, but are not limited to, business case management and writing, project and programme management, cost management, architectural services, design services, building services engineering, civil and structural engineering, health and safety (including asbestos and CDM Regulations), disability (DDA) accessibility, acoustic engineering, approved inspector (building control), interior design, catering services design, landscape design, planning consultancy, fire systems services, security consultancy, specialist lighting design services, ICT system services, Building Information Modelling (see http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/ for more information on Building Information Modelling) and building information management services, drainage engineering services, sustainability and environmental services, energy efficiency services, telephony and telecoms services, services relating to the design of public address systems, decant and relocation services, workspace design services and people flow modelling services. The intention is to appoint an advisory team that will continue for the duration of the programme. The exact scope, size, duration, phasing and delivery model for the services has yet to be defined. The successful client advisory service provider(s) appointed will therefore need to be capable of delivering any one of a number of scenarios under consideration and the fee arrangements will need to accommodate a number of potential scenarios. The Corporate Officers recognise that the Restoration and Renewal programme will be very challenging in terms of its technical complexity, heritage considerations and level of public scrutiny. Their view is that these challenges can only be successfully met by working in partnership with its advisors to develop and deliver collaborative solutions. The Corporate Officers wish to assess the interest and capability of the market for the supply of such services. In doing so, this will be your opportunity to discuss the programme and inform Parliament's approach to procurement. To make further enquiries, obtain further information and provide feedback, visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/parliamentuk/aspx/Home The deadline for expressing feedback is 12:00 (BST) on 20.5.2015. The scale of the Restoration and Renewal Programme can be ascertained from the ‘Pre-Feasibility Study and Preliminary Strategic Business Case', which may be found online at http://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/building/restoration-project/background/ The start date for the procurement is likely to be Autumn 2015, but is subject to further planning.

Concept Architect for Urban Innovation Centre

The Future Cities Catapult Limited | Published December 20, 2013  -  Deadline January 20, 2014
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71251000, 71223000, 71221000, 45212350

The Future Cities Catapult is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and capable provider of concept architectectural services who can deliver a concept-design (RIBA Stage C) and design development (RIBA Stage D) for a Category B fit-out works for the Future Cities Catapult's new Innovation Centre based in London. The Concept Architect may be required to act as a client advisor following the delivery of these two stages of works, working as part of the Future Cities Catapult's professional team, managed by our lead consultant/project manager—with our D&B Contractor to bring the project to completion. Located in the heart of London, our Urban Innovation Centre will provide an independent space in which businesses, universities, investors, innovators, cities—and their citizens—can collaborate, get expert support and develop and test their ideas. Home to our world-class team of urbanists, data scientists, designers, anthropologists and futures specialists, it will be the collaborative place where experts from across disciplines can work together on the world’s urban challenges and opportunities. The concept architectectural services provider must be a qualified RIBA architect and possess relevant experience in workspace design for projects of this type, size and value.
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