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Southern Construction Framework for public sector major construction projects and programmes of construction work.

Hampshire County Council | Published May 19, 2015
Winner
Wilmott Construction Ltd
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45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 45400000, 45500000, 71000000, 71220000, 71221000, 71230000

The Framework Commissioning Authorities (Hampshire County Council, Devon County Council and Haringey Council) have appointed 11 (eleven) contractors to the Southern Construction Framework for public sector major construction projects and programmes of work. The culmination of the procurement process has established a successor to the UK Southern Regional Framework Agreement and to those currently known as Construction Framework South West (CFSW) and iESE South East and London Construction Framework for Major Projects. The Framework will also be complementary to the new suite of local construction frameworks being established in London by the London Construction Programme (LCP - OJEU Notice 2014/S 039-063860). The Framework has been jointly procured by Devon County Council, Hampshire County Council and Haringey Council for and on behalf of the South West, South East and London respectively. The framework is divided into 3 lots respecting the above regions. The value of projects will vary between the lots, but will be from 1 000 000-5 000 000 GBP upwards. The framework is open for use by all public body organisations in the South West, South East and London, and will provide a structure through which building construction works may be procured by any participating organisation. The framework may also be used by exception (across all Lots) for projects of less than the envisaged lower project limits, in the case of the CFSW this may be down to 250 000 GBP.

Construction-related services

Hampshire County Council | Published March 11, 2016
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Construction-related services

Southern Construction Framework for public sector major construction projects and programmes of cons

Hampshire County Council | Published May 19, 2015
Winner
Balfour Beatty Regional Construction Ltd, BAM Construction Ltd, Bouygues (UK) Ltd, Galliford Try Construction Ltd, ISG Construction Limited, Kier Construction Ltd, Midas Construction Ltd, Morgan Sindall Plc, Wates Construction Ltd, Wilmott Construction Ltd, Mace Limited
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45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 45400000, 45500000, 71000000, 71220000, 71221000, 71230000

The Framework Commissioning Authorities (Hampshire County Council, Devon County Council and Haringey Council) have appointed 11 (eleven) contractors to the Southern Construction Framework for public sector major construction projects and programmes of work. The culmination of the procurement process has established a successor to the UK Southern Regional Framework Agreement and to those currently known as Construction Framework South West (CFSW) and iESE South East and London Construction Framework for Major Projects. The Framework will also be complementary to the new suite of local construction frameworks being established in London by the London Construction Programme (LCP - OJEU Notice 2014/S 039-063860). The Framework has been jointly procured by Devon County Council, Hampshire County Council and Haringey Council for and on behalf of the South West, South East and London respectively. The framework is divided into 3 lots respecting the above regions. The value of projects will vary between the lots, but will be from 1 000 000-5 000 000 GBP upwards. The framework is open for use by all public body organisations in the South West, South East and London, and will provide a structure through which building construction works may be procured by any participating organisation. The framework may also be used by exception (across all Lots) for projects of less than the envisaged lower project limits, in the case of the CFSW this may be down to 250 000 GBP.

Intermediate Construction Framework.

Hampshire County Council | Published June 18, 2015
Winner
Amiri Construction Limited, Beard Construction Ltd, Geoffrey Osborne Limited, Interserve Construction Limited, Kier Construction Limited, Lakehouse Contracts Ltd, Longcross Construction Ltd, Midas Construction Limited, Raymond Brown Building Ltd, W Stirland Ltd
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45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 45400000, 71000000, 71200000, 71300000, 71500000

Hampshire County Council (HCC) has established a construction framework for contactors to deliver projects and programmes of work approximately in the 500 000 GBP to 4 000 000 GBP value range, although the majority of the projects are expected to lie between 1 500 000 GBP and 3 000 000 GBP. The type of work is expected to consist mostly of extensions, refurbishments and alterations to existing schools; however any type of building work to any property, including associated services and associated hard or soft landscaping, is included. Work to Fire, Police and NHS properties may be needed. Exclusively civil engineering works such as highways, bridges or coastal works will not be included. The Intermediate Framework will follow the principles and practice of the existing the Hampshire-Surrey Local Construction Framework (LCF) for projects up to 1 500 000 GBP. The Framework will be based on the 2-stage appointment of contactors to projects, early contractor engagement, open-book pricing and collaborative working as practised by the LCF framework. The type of work will include the requirement for contractors to be able to provide full design services with a construction project. The Framework will be available to all public sector bodies and associated organisations as listed in Section VI.2 of this award notice.

Construction-related services

Hampshire County Council | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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71500000, 71311000, 71540000, 71311300, 71900000, 71313000, 71600000, 71530000, 71332000, 71520000, 71700000

Construction-related services

United Kingdom-London: Construction work

 | Published January 23, 2015
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United Kingdom-London: Construction work

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Hampshire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
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71000000, 71240000, 72224000, 71541000, 71248000, 71244000, 71246000, 71500000, 71324000, 71220000, 71250000, 71300000, 71320000, 71530000, 71321000

This notice gives prior information of a procurement process that will establish a professional services framework to work alongside the Southern Construction Framework.

The framework will comprise 2 lots; Lot 1 Project Manager/Cost Manager; Lot 2 Multi Disciplinary Designer.

Consultants are invited to attend a Supplier Information Day on 14.11.2017 commencing at 14:00 at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre, Lydiard Fields, Great Western Way, Swindon SN5 8UB.

Please note 13:30 check-in time.

The intent is to brief consultants on the new SCF Professional Services framework; the position of SCF in the market; our operating model; to engage in discussion with consultants on the framework, due to launch in Q1, 2019

For further information please go to www.southernconstructionframework.org.uk

Check the events link for the Professional Services Information Day on November 14th.

To book your place (2 per company) please RSVP to info@southernconstructionframework.org.uk

This framework will be open to all public sector organisations in the areas described above.

This Lot 1 will provide Project Manager and Cost Manager services on public sector construction projects with a construction value exceeding 2 000 000 GBP.

Typical projects will comprise construction of schools, college and university buildings, leisure buildings, fire and police buildings, civic offices and facilities, health facilities, charity sector buildings and local government buildings.

The scope may include incidental project related civils works, for example access roads, car parks, multi storey car parks, retaining structures.

SCF Professional Services is not intended to be used for highways, infrastructure works, (e.g. rail, canal, coastal defences, river defences, bridges, viaducts, pipeline or tunnelling).

Consultants can bid for either Lot 1 or Lot 2 but not both.

(This is to better differentiate the roles and responsibilities under NEC 4 and the framework guidelines and working practices.)

The contract model will be 2-stage open book, to promote collaborative working and early contractor involvement, generally using NEC4. (in line with the draft National Construction Category Strategy).

The framework is not intended to be exclusive; existing SCF clients may prefer to carry on using their own PM/CM teams or consultants.

The objective is to offer existing SCF clients and new SCF clients a fully compliant PM/CM framework that has the necessary skills, experience and resource to successfully manage complex projects and programmes of work in the public sector using two stage open book.

The framework is intended to primarily support the SCF contractor framework which operates in SW England, SE England and London; but is being extended to support the West Midlands and South/Central Wales.

Consultants will be required to support projects across the full geographic area as described above.

Consultants will be invited at ITT to bid for Project Manager, Cost Manager, Health and Safety Advisor and Contract Administrator services in accordance with the RIBA stages and RIBA toolkit.

The fee percentages submitted are deemed to be ‘Not To Exceed’ and will apply to all geographic areas equally (i.e. no regional variation).

In mini competition the submitted ITT fee percentages can be reduced according to the location and complexity of the project.

Prior to mini competition, the client will select the actual PM/CM services required.

It is anticipated that there will be 3 consultants on this lot and that consultant appointments will be made following a quality price mini competition.

The current SCF framework is in its third generation.

Over the last 12 years this regional framework has delivered some 5 000 000 000 GBP of public sector projects in Southern England, for around 150 clients.

This SCF Professional Services framework is intended to be operational in Q1 2019 to align with SCF 4 (contractors), which will also launch in Q1 2019.

The annual spend on PM/CM services is estimated to be 7 500 000 GBP.

With added allowance for contingency, the scope in professional services over the 4 years could be up 44 000 000 GBP.

This would be in respect of a variety of construction works projects in the region of around 1 000 000 000 GBP over the 4 years

Please note that suppliers will be required to pay a framework management fee of 15 000 GBP per year.

For projects in the West Midlands and South/Central Wales an additional levy will be made for supporting the operation of the framework outside of the core SCF area. This will be a small percentage of the net construction cost and will be added to the consultant's charges and be paid by the consultant to the SCF framework.

This framework will be open to all public sector organizations in the areas as described above.

This Lot 2 will provide Multi-Disciplinary Design services on public sector construction projects with a value exceeding 2 000 000 GBP.

Consultants can only bid for either Lot 1 or Lot 2, but not both.

(This is to better differentiate the roles and responsibilities under NEC 4 and the framework guidelines and working practices.)

Typical projects will comprise construction of schools, college and university buildings, leisure buildings, fire and police buildings, civic offices and facilities, health facilities, charity sector and local government buildings.

The scope may include incidental civils works, for example access roads, car parks, multi storey car parks, retaining structures.

The SCF Professional Services framework is not intended to be used for highways, infrastructure works, (e.g. rail, canal, coastal, defences, river defences, bridges, viaducts, pipeline or tunnelling).

The contract model will be 2-stage open book to allow collaborative working and early contractor involvement, generally using NEC4.

The framework is not intended to be exclusive; existing SCF clients may prefer to carry on using their own multi- disciplinary teams or consultants.

The objective is to offer existing SCF clients and new SCF clients a fully compliant Multi-Disciplinary Designer framework that has the necessary skills, experience and resource to successfully design complex projects in the public sector using two stage open book.

The framework is intended to primarily support the SCF contractor framework which operates in SW England, SE England and London; but is being extended to support the West Midlands and South/Central Wales.

Consultants will be required to support projects across the full geographic area as described above.

Consultants will be invited to bid for all the following design services in accordance with the RIBA stages and toolkit:

Lead designer,

Architect,

Civil and structural engineer,

Building services engineer,

Access consultant,

Acoustic consultant,

Archaeologist,

BREEAM assessor,

Catering consultant,

Fire engineer,

Highways consultant,

Interior designer,

Landscape architect,

Lighting designer,

Masterplanner,

Party wall surveyor,

Planning consultants,

Security advisor,

Signage designer,

Sustainability advisor.

The fee percentages submitted are deemed to be ‘Not To Exceed’ and will apply to all areas (i.e. no regional variation).

In mini competition the submitted ITT fee percentages can be reduced according to the location and complexity of the project.

Prior to mini competition, the client will select the actual design services required from the above list — and at which.

It is anticipated that there will be 3 consultants on this lot and that appointments will be made following a quality/price mini competition.

The current SCF framework is in its third generation.

Over the last 12 years this framework has delivered some 5 000 000 GBP of public sector projects in Southern England for around 150 clients.

This SCF Professional Services framework should be operational in Q1 2019 to align with SCF 4, which will also launch in Q1 2019

The annual value of multi-disciplinary designer services required is anticipated to be 26 000 000 GBP.

With allowance for contingency, the aggregate total of multi disciplinary designer professional over the 4 year of the framework could be up to 156 000 000 GBP.

This would be in respect of a variety of construction works projects in the region 1 000 000 000 GBP over the 4 years.

Please note that suppliers will be required to pay a framework management fee of 15 000 GBP per year.

For projects in the West Midlands and South/Central Wales an additional levy will be made for supporting the operation of the framework outside of the core SCF area. This will be a small percentage of the net construction cost and will be added to the consultant's charges and be paid by the consultant to the SCF framework.

Building construction work

Hampshire County Council | Published August 24, 2016
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Hampshire County Council (HCC) currently have 3 Term Maintenance Contracts (TMC) covering the provision of ‘Hard’ Facilities Management Services (Hard FM) across the county for their Corporate Estate and other key partner organisations. These TMC are due to expire during 2017 and as part of the future planning of our next generation of services we are publishing this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify suppliers of the imminent tender exercise. This follows a Supplier Early Engagement event in January 2016. The Services will include the management of Building Fabric reactive maintenance, with Help desk facilities available to the Authority.

Stockland’s New Build – Design and Construction of 20 Affordable Dwellings

New Forest District Council | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline July 3, 2017
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391110

Stockland’s New Build – Design and Construction of 20 Affordable Dwellings Tender Close Date : 12:00 Noon Monday 3rd July 2017 Name: Stocklands New Build Location: Calmore Drive, Totton, Hampshire, S040 2ZY Description of the Works: The Design and Construction of 20 Affordable dwellings comprising 10 flats within a single two storey block and 10 semi-detached / terraced Houses and associated External works, car parking, cycle parking, bin stores as detailed below, together with all hard and soft landscaping works.

Construction of 13 New Affordable Housing Units on three sites which have received planning consent. Located near Mayles Lane, Knowle, Hampshire.

WINCHESTER CITY COUNCIL | Published September 18, 2017  -  Deadline October 2, 2017
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45000000

Winchester City Council invites expressions of interests from contractors by completing the suitability questionnaire. Detailed design and construction required for 13 new affordable housing units on three sites owned by Winchester City Council. Procurement on the basis of a JCT Design and Build Contract. The suitability assessment attached to this notice must be completed. Only organisations able to provide the full package of works under a JCT D&B Contract will be considered. Please do not express interest or complete a questionnaire if you are only interested in providing a part service or material or component supply. Thank you. For more information on the three sites, please visit http://planningapps.winchester.gov.uk/online-applications/ and search the following reference numbers: 17/00958/FUL, 17/00957/FUL, 17/00959/FUL Please note: *Organisations will only be considered if they have fully completed the Suitability Questionnaire.*

Architectural design services

Winchester City Council | Published November 10, 2017
Winner
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands Limited
cpvs
71220000, 71221000, 71222000, 71241000, 71242000, 71245000, 71247000, 71250000, 71251000, 71248000

The Contracting Authority is seeking to commission a design team to provide architectural design and ancillary services (with the exception of cost consultants transport consultants and quantity surveyors who will be appointed separately by the Contracting Authority) for a commercially viable and mixed use development of office space with supporting residential and small scale retail uses including necessary parking provisions including a strategy for public realm improvements and proposals for disposition of uses across 2 sites in the ownership of the Contracting Authority known respectively as ‘the Carfax Site’ and ‘the Cattlemarket’. It is intended that the Services to be secured will be carried out in Phases with gateways.

The successful Applicant and their team will be required to work with the Contracting Authority and its other technical and professional advisors to produce designs considering sustainability as an important factor in project design construction and future operations. Building solutions will need to achieve BREEAM excellent standard as a minimum. Bream outstanding is the Contracting Authority's aspiration. It will be crucial that any design is practical from a construction point of view and commercially viable in terms of attracting rents and income to cover the cost of construction.

Architectural design services

Winchester City Council Contract for Architectural Services at Station Approach Winchester | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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71220000, 71221000, 71222000, 71241000, 71242000, 71245000, 71247000, 71251000, 71248000, 71311000, 71334000, 71400000, 71312000

The Contracting Authority is seeking to commission a design team to provide architectural design and ancillary services (with the exception of cost consultants transport consultants and quantity surveyors who will be appointed separately by the Contracting Authority) for a commercially viable and mixed use development of office space with supporting residential and small scale retail uses including necessary parking provisions including a strategy for public realm improvements and proposals for disposition of uses across 2 sites in the ownership of the Contracting Authority known respectively as ‘the Carfax Site’ and ‘the Cattlemarket’. It is intended that the Services to be secured will be carried out in Phases as set out in II. 2.11) below with gateways at the end of each Phase with the Contracting Authority exercising the right at its sole discretion whether or not to proceed to the next Phase.

The successful Applicant and their team will be required to work with the Contracting Authority and its other technical and professional advisors to produce designs considering sustainability as an important factor in project design construction and future operations. Building solutions will need to achieve BREEAM excellent standard as minimum. Bream outstanding is Contracting Authority's aspiration. It will be crucial that any design is practical for a construction point of view and commercially viable in terms of attracting rents and income to cover cost of construction. Total fees for the successful Applicant and their team are estimated at 3 000 000 GBP excluding VAT on the basis that the Contracting Authority decided to exercise all of the options specified in II.2.11) below and on the assumption of an notional construction cost of 52 000 000 GBP.

Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Frameworks One 2016

Hampshire County Council | Published June 20, 2015
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45233100, 45112500, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233161, 45232451, 45221111, 45221112, 45233162, 45233290

In line with Hampshire County Council’s estimated future requirements and those of contacted authorities it is proposed to procure the Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Frameworks One 2016-2020. as detailed below: For general highway improvement works, minor structural improvement works, public authority civil engineering works and associated small value construction work up to an individual project value of 450 000 GBP. The Framework will be used by Hampshire County Council and other authorities within the boundary of Hampshire.

Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Framework Three 201

Hampshire County Council | Published June 30, 2015
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45233100, 45112500, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233161, 45232451, 45221111, 45221112, 45233162, 45233290

In line with Hampshire County Council's estimated future requirements and those of contracted authorities it is proposed to procure the Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Framework Three 2016-2020, as detailed below: For significant highway infrastructure development, civil engineering works and associated major value construction work between the individual project values of approximately 8 000 000 GBP to 25 000 000 GBP. The Framework will be used by Hampshire County Council and other authorities across Southern England.

Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Framework Two 2016-

Hampshire County Council | Published June 30, 2015
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45233100, 45112500, 45233139, 45233140, 45233141, 45233142, 45233150, 45233161, 45232451, 45221111, 45221112, 45233162, 45233290

In line with Hampshire County Council's estimated future requirements and those of contacted authorities it is proposed to procure the Generation 3 Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Infrastructure Works Framework Two 2016-2020. For specialist civil engineering structural works, complex highway infrastructure works, public authority civil engineering works and associated medium value construction work between the individual project values of approximately 50 000 GBP to 10 000 000 GBP. The Framework will be used by Hampshire County Council and other authorities across Southern England.

The University of Winchester — West Downs Campus — Provision of Architect Services

University of Winchester | Published January 14, 2015  -  Deadline February 11, 2015
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71220000, 71221000

The project consists of new academic teaching facilities plus a library/resource centre, social learning space, formal tiered lecture rooms, meeting, catering and exhibition/gallery accommodation of BREEAM excellent rating. It is proposed to be approximately 6 000-7 500 sqm GIA of new build accommodation that will be constructed to be ready for operation for September 2017. The construction value is estimated at between 16 000 000 GBP–21 000 000 GBP (excl VAT and FF&E). Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=146609 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

The University of Winchester — West Downs Campus — Provision of Architect Services.

University of Winchester | Published January 14, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
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71220000, 71221000

The project consists of new academic teaching facilities plus a library/resource centre, social learning space, formal tiered lecture rooms, meeting, catering and exhibition/gallery accommodation of BREEAM excellent rating. It is proposed to be approximately 6 000-7 500 sqm GIA of new build accommodation that will be constructed to be ready for operation for September 2017. The construction value is estimated at between 16 000 000 GBP–21 000 000 GBP (excl VAT and FF&E). Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=146609 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Hampshire's Building Minor Works Framework.

Hampshire County Council | Published October 30, 2015
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45000000, 45260000, 45262650, 45421000, 45000000, 45000000, 45000000, 45000000, 45262650, 45421000, 45260000

This notice gives prior information of a forthcoming procurement process to establish a local framework for minor building construction works in the County of Hampshire and Unitary Authorities of Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight (IOW) and Reading Borough Council. The framework is to be procured by Hampshire County Council. The framework will be open for use by all non-housing public sector organisations identified in Section VI) Complementary Information, VI.2) Additional Information. Hampshire County Council already have in place construction frameworks to deliver works in the public sector, for projects in excess of 1 000 000 GBP in value. The proposed Hampshire's Building Minor Works framework will be the leading OJEU compliant procurement vehicle operating cross Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Reading for the delivery of minor works construction projects in the public sector covering a variety of value bands from 1 000 000 GBP to 2 000 000 GBP depending on the Lot. The framework is intended primarily for use by Hampshire County Council, however it will be open for use by all public sector organisations identified in Section VI) Complementary Information, VI.2) Additional Information. The framework will comprise of seven lots by discipline and value band as noted below: 1. Lot 1 — General Building Works (exc. IOW) Project Value 1 GBP-50 000 GBP — average order value of 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 3 000 000 GBP to 6 000 000 GBP. 2. Lot 2 — General Building Works (inc. IOW) Project Value 50 000 GBP-250 000 GBP — average order value of 90 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 6 000 000 GBP to 10 000 000 GBP. 3. Lot 3 — General Building Works (inc. IOW) Project Value 250 000 GBP-1 000 000 GBP — average order value of 500 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 6 000 000 GBP to 10 000 000 GBP. 4. Lot 4 — General Building Works IOW Only Project Value 1 GBP-50 000 GBP — average order value of 5 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 0,2 000 000 GBP to 0,5 000 000 GBP. 5. Lot 5 — Recladding Works Project Value 1 GBP-2 000 000 GBP — average order value of 650 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 5 000 000 GBP to 12 500 000 GBP. 6. Lot 6 — Doors and Windows Works Project Value 1 GBP-500 000 GBP — average order value 70 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 2 000 000 GBP to 4 000 000 GBP. 7. Lot 7 — Roofing Works Project Value 1 GBP-250 000 GBP — average order value 10 000 GBP with anticipated annual spend between 5 000 000 GBP to 10 000 000 GBP. Contractors interested in this procurement are invited to attend a Supplier Engagement Day hosted by Hampshire County Council. The purpose of the Supplier Day Event is to: — Inform contractors of the aims, objectives and scope of the framework, — Elicit interest from contractors in the various lots of the framework. Hampshire County Council's Building Minor Works Framework Supplier Day: 24.11.2015, 10:00-12:30, Bapsy Hall, Winchester Guildhall, The Broadway, Winchester, SO23 9LJ. Please confirm your attendance at the event in advance by emailing: procurement.partners@hants.gov.uk by no later than Wednesday, 11.11.2015. Please title your email: Hampshire Building Minor Works Supplier Engagement Day. Please state on your email: 1. Company name; 2. The Lot or Lots you are interested in; and 3. The names of attendees (maximum 2 representatives). Please note we are only looking for contractors who are willing to work across the whole of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Reading areas. The estimated date of publication of the Contract Notice is 11.4.2016.

Architectural design services

Winchester City Council | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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71220000

Architectural design and ancillary services for a new sport and leisure centre facility in Winchester. Further information is set out in the procurement documents which are available to download. See section VI.3 of this notice for details.

Winchester City Council (the ‘Council’) is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced organisation to provide architectural design and ancillary services (including urban design and BIM) for a new sport and leisure facility in Winchester. The sport and leisure facility has an estimated construction value of circa GBP 30m and forms part of a wider sports park. It will include (subject always to feasibility and financial viability) a 50m swimming pool together with ancillary wet and dry facilities. The proposed facility is situated on a greenfield site on the edge of the City of Winchester adjacent to residential areas and the M3 motorway near the South Downs. Further and more detailed information is set out in the procurement documents which are available to download. See section VI.3 of this notice for details.

Engineering services

Winchester City Council | Published March 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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71300000

Civil and structural engineering design and ancillary services for a new sport and leisure centre facility in Winchester. Further information is set out in the procurement documents which are available o download. See section VI.3 of this notice for details.

Winchester City Council (the ‘Council’) is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced organisation to provide civil and structural engineering design and ancillary services (including geotechnical and flood risk engineering design) for a new sport and leisure facility in Winchester. The sport and leisure facility has an estimated construction value of circa 30 000 000 GBP and forms part of a wider sports park. It will include (subject always to feasibility and financial viability) a 50m swimming pool together with ancillary wet and dry facilities. The proposed facility is situated on a greenfield site on the edge of the City of Winchester adjacent to residential areas and the M3 motorway near the South Downs. Further and more detailed information is set out in the procurement documents which are available to download. See section VI.3 of this notice for details. There is another procurement exercise for architectural design services; OJEU reference: 2017/S 037-067153.