The Business Growth Hub (BGH) wishes to appoint a service provider to enter into a contract for the delivery of pre start and post start support to individuals wishing to start their own business in the Greater Manchester area which will develop their understanding, knowledge and capability to create a successful and sustainable business.
TfGM is seeking to procure Risk Management Services to support successfully delivery of a diverse Portfolio of Projects and Programmes.
The supplier will be responsible for ensuring the effective management of risk in line with the Risk Management Strategy at TfGM. The supplier will support the delivery of a diverse portfolio of capital projects including new transport interchanges, bus priority and highways works, new facilities/infrastructure, light / heavy rail work, as well as a range of smart ticketing, information systems and business change projects.
Provision of design and project services for refurbishment and upgrade to Manchester Town Hall and Albert Square Manchester to provide modern office, commercial, civic, visitor and event areas split into 5 lots; Architectural Services, Structural and Civil Engineer Services, Landscape Services, Building Services Engineer Services and Quantity Surveying Services.
Estimated between 17 700 000 - 22 100 000 GBP overall for all Lots. Please refer to Lot sections below for estimated values for each of the individual Lots.
Architectural services are required from RIBA Stage 2 through to RIBA Stage 7, including soft landings and client training. The architect will act as the lead designer on the Project and Principal Designer. The architect services are required for but not limited to the following; coordinated design, being BIM Manager (designing to BIM Level 2), conservation/ heritage, concept designs, detailed design, as built drawings, specifications, technical assurance, wayfinding, planning applications and discharging conditions, clerk of works and design leadership.
Structural and Civil Engineering services are required from RIBA Stage 2 through to RIBA Stage 7 including soft landings and client training. Structural and Civil Engineering services on the Project are required for but not limited to the following; detailed design specifications, technical assurance, FM & Operational data, drainage, geotechnical, traffic and transport, highways design and testing, commissioning and training. All of the designs will be to BIM Level 2.
The Landscape design services are required from RIBA Stage 2 through to RIBA Stage 7. These services are required for but are not limited to the following; concept and detailed design, as built information, providing technical assurance, compliance with disability legislation, urban design and masterplanning, planting and arboriculture, leading the design for public realm and highways including design coordination. Landscape services are to cover the courtyard, Albert Square and surrounding Highways.
Building services engineering services are required from RIBA Stage 2 through to RIBA Stage 7, including soft landings and client training. Building services engineering services are required for but not limited to the following; design specifications, technical assurance, FM and operational data, utilities, rainwater above ground, IT business modelling, IT network, systems design, lifts, BMS, energy, sustainability and BREEAM/CIBSE, witness testing, commissioning and training. All designs will be to BIM Level 2.
Full Cost Management services are required from RIBA Stage 2 through to RIBA Stage 6, for all works including the following; cost in use forecasts and management, leading the Target Value Design processes, lifecycle cost estimates, Re-measuring of the works and valuation. Procurement of the remaining direct appointments including all documents except legal, procurement of potential operators. Overseeing and interrogating trade package procurements and to be the Contract Administrator for the Management Contract and all other direct contracts in addition to managing the Project contingency.
The Council now wishes to build a detailed full business case which sets out the opportunities, risks and costs for implementing RPA. We require support from an expert in RPA who would work across all departments in the Council to identify the areas which would yield the greatest benefit from adopt...f the business case and subject to its approval, the Council would then undertake a procurement exercise to secure a supplier who would deliver the RPA software in those service areas where RPA would have the most impact. This supplier may be different from that which delivered the business case.
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Manchester City Council is committed to creating and maintaining world-class Public Realm around Manchester to be enjoyed by residents, visitors and businesses. Manchester is the proud home to six, shortly to be seven, water features that range from the modern to the traditional. The Council is seeking to let a service contract to ensure that the fountains and water features in Manchester City Centre are maintained in a good and safe working order. The contract is to be let during February 2017 and will run for an initial period of two years, with an option to extend the contract for a further 2 years. The Council is using the e-business portal known as THE CHEST www.the-chest.org.uk to conduct the procurement exercise. To gain access to the invitation to tender documents, tenderers will need to register their company details at the above website. Once registered, tenderers will be emailed a log-in and password which will allow them to gain access to the invitation to tender documents. Tenderers will need to electronically submit their completed tender documents and accompanying documentation via the CHEST on-line portal by 19:00 hours on the 12th December 2016. Any supplier questions queries will also need to be submitted via THE CHEST website. The Council welcomes applications from small or medium enterprises.