The Project is for the provision of GBD Project Works Package No 10 — Frederick Street Car Park.
The following is a brief synopsis of the scope of works for Works Package 10.
The Contractor shall be required to construct Frederick Street Car Park which is a mixed use development comprising turn-key car-parking spaces, with covered, illuminated and secure bicycle parking spaces, together with a car park security office, and shell retail space. The development also includes soft landscaping with trees, shrubs, and climbing plants, forming a buffer between the proposed car park and the adjacent residential property. The car park also contains a store to accommodate the mechanical access platform for use primarily on the nearby university. The works include signage, car parking equipment and associated siteworks outside the boundary of the site. A period of 12 months has been programmed for Section 2 works.
The Procedure to be followed for this procurement process is the Open Procedure (Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations). Economic Operators should note that the Pre-qualification questionnaire is being used as an Eligibility Document. Therefore, the required documents within the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire Package (Folder 1) are to be completed and returned alongside the required documents of the Invitation to Tender Package (Folder 2).
The Project is for the provision of public realm improvements in the town of Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The Public Realm will include the following Streets: Ramore Avenue, Lower Lansdowne Road, Causeway View, Bath Road, Main Street, Bath Street, Bath Terrace, Church Pass, Atlantic Avenue, Causeway Street, Eglinton Street, Mark Street and Dunluce Avenue. The public realm scheme involves the provision of high quality stone kerbs, and provision of high quality stone paving, street tree planting, herbaceous planting and supply and installation of street furniture, signage, street lighting, and installations of new puffin crossings.
Working in a busy seaside town centre. The proposed footpath, carriageway and street lighting are to be adopted at completion by DfI Roads. There are live services on the site. Pedestrian and business access to all premises to be maintained at all times.
The Contract Period is estimated to be 74 weeks.
The project is located on Ulster University's Magee campus and involves the construction of a new 4 storey Teaching Block adjoining the existing campus Library building, with a floor area of approx. 3 900 m2 (GIA). The building will be constructed from a steel frame with reinforced and composite slabs and will be clad in curtain walling and brick. The existing Library will remain in operation throughout the construction works.
The construction programme will be 58 weeks.
The project is located on Ulster University's Magee campus and involves the construction of a new 4 storey Teaching Block adjoining the existing campus Library building. The existing Library will remain in operation throughout the construction works.
The new build will be located on a sloping site and have a floor area of approx. 3 900 m² (GIA). The building will be constructed from a steel frame with reinforced and composite slabs and will be clad in curtain walling and brick.
The Service Provider will be responsible for financing and delivering the design and construction of the replacement day care accommodation (approx. 400m
In addition, the Developer would be responsible for the financing and management of the completed independent facility comprising provision and operation of buildings, security, cleaning, utilities and infrastructure services, etc.
Provision of a wide range of Professional Construction Consultancy Services to include:
Low Carbon Mechanical and Electrical Services
Marine and Coastal Engineering Services
Landscape Architectural services
Traffic and Transportation Management Services
Structural and Civil Engineering Services