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Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Oriel Myrddin Trust | Published June 17, 2016
Winner
Cultivate
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Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Quotation for procurement of leisure consultant

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published July 8, 2015
Winner
Rpt Consulting Ltd
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• Details of requirement Carmarthenshire County Council is inviting bids for the procurement of a consultant to assist with the delivery of an alternative trust management arrangement for its Leisure Services. • Duration of contract 5th January 2015 to 1st April 2016

Quotation for procurement of leisure consultant

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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66171000, 72221000, 72224000, 73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79419000

• Details of requirement Carmarthenshire County Council is inviting bids for the procurement of a consultant to assist with the delivery of an alternative trust management arrangement for its Leisure Services. • Duration of contract 5th January 2015 to 1st April 2016

Quotation for a Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Oriel Myrddin Trust | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2016
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79400000, 79410000, 79411100

Oriel Myrddin Trust wish to appoint a consultant to undertake the Business & Governance changes for the redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery. This will consist of the following: • Governance and Legal Agreements • Change Management • Business Planning • Financial Planning for the redevelopment • Artist/s Commission • Risk Planning • Marketing & Communications Strategy • Public Consultation The consultant will work alongside the design team that is selected to undertake the designs for the redevelopment phase. The contract duration will be from 1st April 2016 – 31st January 2017 (with an option to extend up to a period of one year). The quotation will follow a two stage evaluation procedure.

Quotation for a Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Oriel Myrddin Trust | Published March 3, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2016
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79400000, 79410000, 79411100

Oriel Myrddin Trust wish to appoint a consultant to undertake the Business & Governance changes for the redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery. This will consist of the following:
• Governance and Legal Agreements
• Change Management
• Business Planning
• Financial Planning for the redevelopment
• Artist/s Commission
• Risk Planning
• Marketing & Communications Strategy
• Public Consultation
The consultant will work alongside the design team that is selected to undertake the designs for the redevelopment phase.
The contract duration will be from 1st June 2016 – 31st January 2017 (with an option to extend up to a period of one year).
The quotation will follow a two stage evaluation procedure.

Regency Restoration Project: Consultant Design Team

National Botanic Garden of Wales | Published July 24, 2015
Winner
Mann Williams
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79415200, 71240000, 71311000, 71420000, 71322100, 71324000, 71332000, 44611600

The National Botanic Garden of Wales (the Garden) has HLF and other funding to undertake the first (Development) stage of a project to restore a Regency water-park within the parkland of the Middleton estate. Much of the parkland is a National Nature Reserve (Waun Las NNR). The Garden is seeking pre-qualification submissions from multi-disciplinary design teams (Engineer or Landscape Architect led) to undertake surveys, investigations and design development for the restoration of an early 19th century water-park landscape. The consultancy contract will initially be for the design development through RIBA Stages 2 and 3. Subject to a successful Round 2 application to the HLF for further funding, the consultancy contract may be extended through the project Delivery Stage. The consultant design team will comprise the following disciplines: - Engineers (civil, structural, geotechnical, hydrological, mechanical & electrical and a qualified Reservoir Panel engineer); - Landscape Architect; - Conservation Architect; - Quantity Surveyor.

Regency Restoration Project: Consultant Design Team

National Botanic Garden of Wales | Published February 20, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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79415200, 71240000, 71311000, 71420000, 71322100, 71324000, 71332000, 44611600

The National Botanic Garden of Wales (the Garden) has HLF and other funding to undertake the first (Development) stage of a project to restore a Regency water-park within the parkland of the Middleton estate. Much of the parkland is a National Nature Reserve (Waun Las NNR). The Garden is seeking pre-qualification submissions from multi-disciplinary design teams (Engineer or Landscape Architect led) to undertake surveys, investigations and design development for the restoration of an early 19th century water-park landscape. The consultancy contract will initially be for the design development through RIBA Stages 2 and 3. Subject to a successful Round 2 application to the HLF for further funding, the consultancy contract may be extended through the project Delivery Stage. The consultant design team will comprise the following disciplines: - Engineers (civil, structural, geotechnical, hydrological, mechanical & electrical and a qualified Reservoir Panel engineer); - Landscape Architect; - Conservation Architect; - Quantity Surveyor. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=22936. 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.sell2wales.gov.uk/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.

Middleton: Paradise Regained - Appointment of Consultant Landscape Archaeologist

National Botanic Garden of Wales | Published February 3, 2015
Winner
David Austin Freelance Archaeologist
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DRAFT BRIEF: Consultant Landscape Archaeologist (CLA ) The CLA must be an established archaeologist with extensive evidenced delivery, peer-reviewed publication and qualifications in landscape history and archaeology, field survey and excavation, particularly of the periods from the medieval to the 19th century within Wales. Within this, knowledge of the archaeology and history of designed landscapes and gardens is essential, as is experience in working with a broad range of documentary sources. It is important also that the CLA has an extensive, proven track record of leading, supporting and encouraging project teams both in the field and in the office. The CLA will, at all times throughout the project have supervisory responsibility and oversight of all archaeological and historical work being undertaken, reporting to the Garden’s Head of Development and being responsible to the Director and Trustees of the National Botanic Garden of Wales for its management, quality and full completion. The CLA will also be actively engaged in the conduct of fieldwork, data retrieval, research and analysis, offering advice and knowledge to other project personnel in all the archaeological and historical processes. In this role, the CLA will be giving collaborative leadership to the whole archaeological and historical programme. The CLA will be responsible for signing off all reports prepared by other team members and giving advice on the structures and content of knowledge required for the creation of the GIS Historic Landscape Database. The CLA will also be responsible for the collation, editing and production of a final, peer-reviewed monograph on the archaeological aspects of the whole project. The CLA will also be responsible for the completion of the final, academic, archaeological monograph, detailing all aspects of this element of the project within one calendar year of the completion of the field and archive programmes. This time period may be altered, but only following discussions with, and the agreement of, the Director and Trustees of the National Botanic Garden of Wales. In conducting this work, due and careful regard for the site context of the National Botanic Garden and the Charity’s core mission purposes is expected. The work will take place within an area that is a National Nature Reserve, which is environmentally and ecologically sensitive and has a high public visitor profile and open visitor access. The CLA is expected to work closely with the Garden’s senior team and in compliance with the specifications, terms, and conditions of the funding award, and as instructed. It is essential that the CLA is able to work effectively and collaboratively within a multi-disciplined team of professionals. Heritage outcomes, volunteering, learning/education, and outreach are integral and key expectations of the project. The CLA will be expected to evidence a track record of experience, and empathy of working with a very diverse and broadly-based Project team to support delivery of these outcomes. Evidence of commitment to working in this context through the process of restoration from design to implementation, in ways designed to engage the visitor to the Garden is essential. Pro-active contribution from the CLA to the educational, volunteering, training and interpretational opportunities on offer to the visitor including children as well as adults is an inherent requirement.

Middleton: Paradise Regained - Appointment of Consultant Landscape Archaeologist

National Botanic Garden of Wales | Published November 5, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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92522100

DRAFT BRIEF: Consultant Landscape Archaeologist (CLA ) The CLA must be an established archaeologist with extensive evidenced delivery, peer-reviewed publication and qualifications in landscape history and archaeology, field survey and excavation, particularly of the periods from the medieval to the 19th century within Wales. Within this, knowledge of the archaeology and history of designed landscapes and gardens is essential, as is experience in working with a broad range of documentary sources. It is important also that the CLA has an extensive, proven track record of leading, supporting and encouraging project teams both in the field and in the office. The CLA will, at all times throughout the project have supervisory responsibility and oversight of all archaeological and historical work being undertaken, reporting to the Garden’s Head of Development and being responsible to the Director and Trustees of the National Botanic Garden of Wales for its management, quality and full completion. The CLA will also be actively engaged in the conduct of fieldwork, data retrieval, research and analysis, offering advice and knowledge to other project personnel in all the archaeological and historical processes. In this role, the CLA will be giving collaborative leadership to the whole archaeological and historical programme. The CLA will be responsible for signing off all reports prepared by other team members and giving advice on the structures and content of knowledge required for the creation of the GIS Historic Landscape Database. The CLA will also be responsible for the collation, editing and production of a final, peer-reviewed monograph on the archaeological aspects of the whole project. The CLA will also be responsible for the completion of the final, academic, archaeological monograph, detailing all aspects of this element of the project within one calendar year of the completion of the field and archive programmes. This time period may be altered, but only following discussions with, and the agreement of, the Director and Trustees of the National Botanic Garden of Wales. In conducting this work, due and careful regard for the site context of the National Botanic Garden and the Charity’s core mission purposes is expected. The work will take place within an area that is a National Nature Reserve, which is environmentally and ecologically sensitive and has a high public visitor profile and open visitor access. The CLA is expected to work closely with the Garden’s senior team and in compliance with the specifications, terms, and conditions of the funding award, and as instructed. It is essential that the CLA is able to work effectively and collaboratively within a multi-disciplined team of professionals. Heritage outcomes, volunteering, learning/education, and outreach are integral and key expectations of the project. The CLA will be expected to evidence a track record of experience, and empathy of working with a very diverse and broadly-based Project team to support delivery of these outcomes. Evidence of commitment to working in this context through the process of restoration from design to implementation, in ways designed to engage the visitor to the Garden is essential. Pro-active contribution from the CLA to the educational, volunteering, training and interpretational opportunities on offer to the visitor including children as well as adults is an inherent requirement.

Town Planning & Valuation Services to Support Disposal Strategy

University of Wales Trinity St David | Published December 9, 2014
Winner
Stride Treglown
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The University is seeking to appoint a suitable Town Planning Consultant and Valuer to provide the necessary support and assistance in taking forward the project as follows: A) To prepare a suitably detailed report identifying alternative uses of sites within its property portfolio in Swansea together with the provision of possible sale values, including alternative options for disposal that may allow the University to receive a capital receipt in advance of any decant to new accommodation. The University will provide plans of the sites and outline of buildings together with any restrictive covenants that may affect values. The Consultant will always advise the client of the date and time of each visit. There may be times when a site visit will need to be deferred. B) The appointed consultant will identify possible alternative uses for whole or part of the sites, bearing in mind the need to maximise values and general demand for the available land / buildings. The University needs to ensure that no site is left to deteriorate in a way that will undermine the University’s commitment to City and County of Swansea. Alternative uses are expected to be innovative and demonstrate lateral thinking (such as land swaps), and should be cognisant of all related market forces that could impact use / value. The University is aware that the City and Council of Swansea need to dispose of some of its land assets to fund its School Redevelopment Programme up to 2018. C) The consultant will discuss and generally engage with Swansea City Council planners at a senior level to consider these alternative uses bearing in mind all matters, such as highway access, design restrictions and if applicable, environmental, noise and retail impacts as well as other issues and concerns that the planners may have with regard to the proposed disposals. D) The consultant will identify approximately the developable areas within the sites. E) The consultant will require some heritage expertise given that there are listed buildings on the Mount Pleasant campus, and this is likely to be a significant factor in determining development / site capacity and needs to be considered at the outset. F) The consultant must consider access issues which will also have a potential bearing on the type and quantum of uses likely to be acceptable on sites. G) It is anticipated other issues, such as ecology, will be covered as part of separate commissions at a later date, but should be noted for more immediate review if considered appropriate. H) The consultant will provide the client will copies of all correspondence including e-mails of discussions with the planners. I) The consultant will appoint a firm of Chartered Surveyors as a sub-consultant who will work with the planners during the appointment to identify land sales in line with the potential development use class opportunities. J) The consultant and the valuers will provide the University with the feasibility of alternative uses and disposal values to maximise the returns to the client. The University will expect plans showing general areas that can be developed or subject to change of use (detailed floor plans of potential conversions will not be required). The consultant will coordinate this commission with the University’s Master Planning Design Team in order to consider all associated opportunities and constraints. K) The consultant will work closely with the University’s Financial Advisor to consider the opportunities for maximising the return on all assets within the current portfolio in order to ensure that the contribution of the Disposal Strategy is thoroughly and robustly reviewed and tested. L) The values will be set out either as a whole or within respective lots indicating possible timing of sales. Values will be based on experience and any necessary market testing exercises as considered appropriate and as made explicit in the submitted bid. M) This is a one-off consultation at present which wi

Data Warehouse Consultancy

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published March 8, 2017
Winner
Simpson Associates Information Services Limited
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Following the merger of Swansea Metropolitan University into the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) in 2013 there is an institution wide remit to unify and rationalise both business process workflow and the systems and infrastructure that support them. A priority of the university is to create one unified Student Records System (SRS) to replace the two that currently exist at the Carmarthen/Lampeter campus and the Swansea campus, namely TRIBAL SITS:VISION and AGRESSO QLS (Unit4). Both campuses have different business processes to achieve the same required outcomes and are reflective of the legacy processes and the software/system capabilities available at each campus. There are on-going projects to rationalise the student-centric business processes across campuses and the proposed new SRS should facilitate these processes. In preparation for the implementation of a new SRS a data warehouse solution has been proposed to bring the two separate SRS data-sets together along with the other benefits that a data warehouse provides, and this requirement forms the basis of the procurement. In preparation for the implementation of a new SRS a data warehouse solution has been proposed to bring the two separate SRS data-sets together. The primary ‘value-add’ is to serve the short term harmonised data reporting requirements while the procurement and implementation of the new unified SRS is completed. Following the implementation the new SRS would then be mapped to the data warehouse, replacing the two existing SRS and reporting would continue with little disruption. The initial reporting focus would be to satisfy the internal BI reporting requirements (prioritised and phased rollout). Ideally we would focus on the Microsoft Reporting stack, SSRS initially before assessing SSAS but are open to advice and recommendations. Other secondary benefits to be derived from the data warehouse are a. A number of interfaces can be unplugged from the live SRS database and plumbed to the data warehouse. b. Reduce reporting load on live SRS database c. Improved data availability when scheduled SRS downtime d. Improved ability in future to report on historical data Rather than the consultant themselves providing a ‘solution’ it is envisaged that the consultant(s) would work on site with our internal team to design, create and populate the data warehouse and specifically provide a. Expert guidance in data warehouse design, implementation, ETL provision, and the configuration of external interfaces. b. Extra resource to assist with the actual ‘work to be done’. c. Knowledge transfer to allow the internal team to maintain and progress the data warehouse without direct consultant intervention following project completion. The supplier should be able to demonstrate the capacity and experience of delivering enterprise data warehouse solutions. At least one of these reference sites will be an UK Higher Education Institute that will further evidence the experience of providing sector specific solutions. UK based support should be provided with the capacity to service onsite requests within agreed timeframes. Any agreed offsite support should be provided using a secure remote support mechanism. The University normally provides a range of environments e.g. development, UAT and live for each implementation of the SRS and the data warehouse environment will need to support this setup. Where training needs are identified the supplier should provide these for both technical and end user (if required) personnel, including any associated training manuals for retention by the University.

Data Warehouse Consultancy

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 8, 2015
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72000000, 72300000, 72600000

Following the merger of Swansea Metropolitan University into the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) in 2013 there is an institution wide remit to unify and rationalise both business process workflow and the systems and infrastructure that support them. A priority of the university is to create one unified Student Records System (SRS) to replace the two that currently exist at the Carmarthen/Lampeter campus and the Swansea campus, namely TRIBAL SITS:VISION and AGRESSO QLS (Unit4). Both campuses have different business processes to achieve the same required outcomes and are reflective of the legacy processes and the software/system capabilities available at each campus. There are on-going projects to rationalise the student-centric business processes across campuses and the proposed new SRS should facilitate these processes. In preparation for the implementation of a new SRS a data warehouse solution has been proposed to bring the two separate SRS data-sets together along with the other benefits that a data warehouse provides, and this requirement forms the basis of the procurement. In preparation for the implementation of a new SRS a data warehouse solution has been proposed to bring the two separate SRS data-sets together. The primary ‘value-add’ is to serve the short term harmonised data reporting requirements while the procurement and implementation of the new unified SRS is completed. Following the implementation the new SRS would then be mapped to the data warehouse, replacing the two existing SRS and reporting would continue with little disruption. The initial reporting focus would be to satisfy the internal BI reporting requirements (prioritised and phased rollout). Ideally we would focus on the Microsoft Reporting stack, SSRS initially before assessing SSAS but are open to advice and recommendations. Other secondary benefits to be derived from the data warehouse are a. A number of interfaces can be unplugged from the live SRS database and plumbed to the data warehouse. b. Reduce reporting load on live SRS database c. Improved data availability when scheduled SRS downtime d. Improved ability in future to report on historical data Rather than the consultant themselves providing a ‘solution’ it is envisaged that the consultant(s) would work on site with our internal team to design, create and populate the data warehouse and specifically provide a. Expert guidance in data warehouse design, implementation, ETL provision, and the configuration of external interfaces. b. Extra resource to assist with the actual ‘work to be done’. c. Knowledge transfer to allow the internal team to maintain and progress the data warehouse without direct consultant intervention following project completion. The supplier should be able to demonstrate the capacity and experience of delivering enterprise data warehouse solutions. At least one of these reference sites will be an UK Higher Education Institute that will further evidence the experience of providing sector specific solutions. UK based support should be provided with the capacity to service onsite requests within agreed timeframes. Any agreed offsite support should be provided using a secure remote support mechanism. The University normally provides a range of environments e.g. development, UAT and live for each implementation of the SRS and the data warehouse environment will need to support this setup. Where training needs are identified the supplier should provide these for both technical and end user (if required) personnel, including any associated training manuals for retention by the University.

Combined & Integrated Project Management, Cost Management & Supervisory Management Service

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published September 21, 2015
Winner
Mott Macdonald
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72224000, 71242000, 71324000

To assist the University with its bid to S4C it commissioned a feasibility study for the project, the resulting design study is included in Appendix 1, included as a separate document. Following appointment of the successful Project/Cost/Supervisory Management Service Provider the University will require assistance to complete their brief at RIBA Stage 1. The University has already issued a PQQ for the selection of a short list to invite to tender a multi-disciplinary design team comprising Architect (as lead), Civil and Structural Engineer, M&E Services Engineer, CDM-C Consultant and other specialist consultancies to complete the multi-disciplinary design team to be identified by the bidder as part of their PQQ, e.g. planning consultant, acoustician, multi and digital media consultant, IT consultant, BIM2 consultant etc. It is the intention that this multi-disciplinary will be novated to the yet to be tendered and appointed contractor at RIBA Stage 4 within a design and build contract. Required Consultancy Services It has been decided to procure these consultancy services as a single integrated appointment – ‘the Project Manager’ - with one lead individual who will focus, primarily, on cost and strategic project and programme management advice and support for RIBA Work Stages 1 (part, to assist with completing the University’s brief) and 2 – 6. The service provider, which may be one individual with other specialist support as absolutely necessary, is to deliver services as required by the selected form of contact namely NEC3 Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule. The Project Manager should be capable of delivering, directly or with limited specified expert support the following services and advisory support: Project Management, with extensive cost management experienced. Cost Management – and with particular regard to the impact of non-negotiable programme delivery requirements, and effective value engineering within the context of a fixed budget Supervisory Management (Construction stage) All consultancy services deemed necessary to manage the development of the design once the University’s design team are novated to the contractor at RIBA Stage 4 to the completion of the project and also to provide quality control services to completion of the project. It is intended that the Project Manager will be appointed using the NEC3 Professional Services Contract (PSC).

Combined & Integrated Project Management, Cost Management & Supervisory Management Service.

University of Wales Trinity St David | Published September 23, 2015
Winner
Mott Macdonald
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72224000, 71242000, 71324000

To assist the University with its bid to S4C it commissioned a feasibility study for the project, the resulting design study is included in Appendix 1, included as a separate document. Following appointment of the successful Project/Cost/Supervisory Management Service Provider the University will require assistance to complete their brief at RIBA Stage 1. The University has already issued a PQQ for the selection of a short list to invite to tender a multi-disciplinary design team comprising Architect (as lead), Civil and Structural Engineer, M&E Services Engineer, CDM-C Consultant and other specialist consultancies to complete the multi-disciplinary design team to be identified by the bidder as part of their PQQ, e.g. planning consultant, acoustician, multi and digital media consultant, IT consultant, BIM2 consultant etc. It is the intention that this multi-disciplinary will be novated to the yet to be tendered and appointed contractor at RIBA Stage 4 within a design and build contract. Required Consultancy Services It has been decided to procure these consultancy services as a single integrated appointment — ‘the Project Manager’ — with one lead individual who will focus, primarily, on cost and strategic project and programme management advice and support for RIBA Work Stages 1 (part, to assist with completing the University's brief) and 2 — 6. The service provider, which may be one individual with other specialist support as absolutely necessary, is to deliver services as required by the selected form of contact namely NEC3 Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule. The Project Manager should be capable of delivering, directly or with limited specified expert support the following services and advisory support: Project Management, with extensive cost management experienced. Cost Management — and with particular regard to the impact of non-negotiable programme delivery requirements, and effective value engineering within the context of a fixed budget Supervisory Management (Construction stage) All consultancy services deemed necessary to manage the development of the design once the University's design team are novated to the contractor at RIBA Stage 4 to the completion of the project and also to provide quality control services to completion of the project. It is intended that the Project Manager will be appointed using the NEC3 Professional Services Contract (PSC).

Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter Consultancy.

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published September 5, 2015  -  Deadline September 24, 2015
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71540000, 71541000

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) (hereafter referred to as the University (or UWTSD) wishes to appoint the following: — Lot 1. Cost Management Services; — Lot 2. Project Management Services; — Lot 3. Principal Designer; — Lot 4. BREEAM Assessor; — Lot 5. Supervisor; — Lot 6. BIM Coordinator; to deliver professional services for their proposed project in the Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter. The proposed University facilities at SA1 will be delivered in 2 phases. Phase 1 will provide the new Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (FACE) together with the new Library. The gross internal area for Phase 1 is 12 173 m² and is scheduled to start on site July 2016, ready for the start of the 2018 academic year. Phase 2 will provide the Business Precinct, Education, Student Centre and Sports Centre. The gross internal area is 18 672 m² and is scheduled to start on site January 2019, ready for the start of the 2021 academic year. This PQQ relates to both Phase 1 and Phase 2. 5. Required Professional Services. Lot 1. Cost Management Services: Focussing primarily on cost advice and support for RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). The Cost Manager should be capable of delivering, directly or with limited specified expert support, all necessary professional services to assist the Project Director in delivering all cost management aspects of the project. Note, cost management services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 2. Project Management Services: Focussing primarily on project management services for RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). The Project Manager will be managing a two stage design & build construction procurement process and subsequent management of the building contract. Note, project management services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments Lot 3. Principal Designer Consultant: In accordance with the 2015 CDM Regulations, The Principal Designer Consultant will have responsibility for the co-ordination and management of Health and Safety during the pre-construction phase of the project; liaising with the Principal Contractor to help in the planning, managing, monitoring, and coordination of the construction phase; delivering the Health and Safety File at completion. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, Principal Designer Consultant services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 4. BREEAM Assessor: The BREEAM Assessor will undertake and guide the University through the formal BREEAM assessment and certification process for the project, focussing on RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). Services to include preparing, updating and issuing assessments during the design and construction phases leading to the issue of a Final Post Construction stage report to BRE. Note, BREEAM pre-assessments for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 are currently being delivered by existing appointments. Lot 5. Supervisor: Subject to a decision on the form of contract, the University may have to appoint a Supervisor to ensure that the works are delivered to an agreed standard of quality and in accordance with the design including specification. The overall objective of the Supervisor is to protect the interests of the University, whilst ensuring works are carried out in accordance with the contract. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, Supervisor consultancy services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 6. BIM Coordinator: The University wishes to appoint a BIM coordinator to implement a BIM project set up which will set the goals for the project's BIM workflow and management requirements. Principal responsibilities to include: — managing processes and procedures for information exchange; initiating and implementing the Project Information Plan and Asset Information Plan; assisting in the preparation of Project Outputs e.g. data drops; implementation of the BIM Protocol, including updating the Model Production and Delivery Table. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2-6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, BIM Coordinator consultancy services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=33699

Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter Consultancy

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published September 4, 2015  -  Deadline September 24, 2015
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72224000, 71541000, 71315200, 71315210, 71540000, 71541000, 71540000, 71541000, 71541000, 71540000, 71540000, 71541000, 71540000, 71541000, 71540000, 71541000

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) (hereafter referred to as the University (or UWTSD) wishes to appoint the following:_ Lot 1. Cost Management Services Lot 2. Project Management Services Lot 3. Principal Designer Lot 4. BREEAM Assessor Lot 5. Supervisor Lot 6. BIM Coordinator to deliver professional services for their proposed project in the Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter. The proposed University facilities at SA1 will be delivered in two phases. Phase 1 will provide the new Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Engineering (FACE) together with the new Library. The gross internal area for Phase 1 is 12,173m2 and is scheduled to start on site July 2016, ready for the start of the 2018 academic year. Phase 2 will provide the Business Precinct, Education, Student Centre and Sports Centre. The gross internal area is 18,672m2 and is scheduled to start on site January 2019, ready for the start of the 2021 academic year. This PQQ relates to both Phase 1 and Phase 2. 5. Required Professional Services Lot 1. Cost Management Services Focussing primarily on cost advice and support for RIBA Work Stages 4 - 6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). The Cost Manager should be capable of delivering, directly or with limited specified expert support, all necessary professional services to assist the Project Director in delivering all cost management aspects of the project. Note, cost management services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 2. Project Management Services Focussing primarily on project management services for RIBA Work Stages 4 - 6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). The Project Manager will be managing a two stage design & build construction procurement process and subsequent management of the building contract. Note, project management services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments Lot 3. Principal Designer Consultant In accordance with the 2015 CDM Regulations, The Principal Designer Consultant will have responsibility for the co-ordination and management of Health and Safety during the pre-construction phase of the project; liaising with the Principal Contractor to help in the planning, managing, monitoring, and coordination of the construction phase; delivering the Health & Safety File at completion. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4 – 6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, Principal Designer Consultant services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 4. BREEAM Assessor The BREEAM Assessor will undertake and guide the University through the formal BREEAM assessment and certification process for the project, focussing on RIBA Work Stages 4-6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in ITT). Services to include preparing, updating and issuing assessments during the design and construction phases leading to the issue of a Final Post Construction stage report to BRE. Note, BREEAM pre-assessments for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 are currently being delivered by existing appointments. Lot 5. Supervisor Subject to a decision on the form of contract, the University may have to appoint a Supervisor to ensure that the works are delivered to an agreed standard of quality and in accordance with the design including specification. The overall objective of the Supervisor is to protect the interests of the University, whilst ensuring works are carried out in accordance with the contract. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4 – 6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, Supervisor consultancy services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. Lot 6. BIM Coordinator The University wishes to appoint a BIM coordinator to implement a BIM project set up which will set the goals for the project’s BIM workflow and management requirements. Principal responsibilities to include:- managing processes and procedures for information exchange; initiating and implementing the Project Information Plan and Asset Information Plan; assisting in the preparation of Project Outputs e.g. data drops; implementation of the BIM Protocol, including updating the Model Production and Delivery Table. Services are required for RIBA Work Stages 4 – 6 for Phase 1 and RIBA Work Stages 2 – 6 for Phase 2 (to be further detailed in the ITT). Note, BIM Coordinator consultancy services for Phase 1 RIBA Work Stages 2 and 3 currently being delivered via existing appointments. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=33699.

Combined & Integrated Project Management, Cost Management & Supervisory Management Service

University of Wales Trinity St David | Published March 16, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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72224000, 71242000, 71324000

To assist the University with its bid to S4C it commissioned a feasibility study for the project, the resulting design study is included in Appendix 1, included as a separate document. Following appointment of the successful Project/Cost/Supervisory Management Service Provider the University will require assistance to complete their brief at RIBA Stage 1. The University has already issued a PQQ for the selection of a short list to invite to tender a multi-disciplinary design team comprising Architect (as lead), Civil and Structural Engineer, M&E Services Engineer, CDM-C Consultant and other specialist consultancies to complete the multi-disciplinary design team to be identified by the bidder as part of their PQQ, e.g. planning consultant, acoustician, multi and digital media consultant, IT consultant, BIM2 consultant etc. It is the intention that this multi-disciplinary will be novated to the yet to be tendered and appointed contractor at RIBA Stage 4 within a design and build contract. Required Consultancy Services It has been decided to procure these consultancy services as a single integrated appointment – ‘the Project Manager’ - with one lead individual who will focus, primarily, on cost and strategic project and programme management advice and support for RIBA Work Stages 1 (part, to assist with completing the University’s brief) and 2 – 6. The service provider, which may be one individual with other specialist support as absolutely necessary, is to deliver services as required by the selected form of contact namely NEC3 Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule. The Project Manager should be capable of delivering, directly or with limited specified expert support the following services and advisory support: Project Management, with extensive cost management experienced. Cost Management – and with particular regard to the impact of non-negotiable programme delivery requirements, and effective value engineering within the context of a fixed budget Supervisory Management (Construction stage) All consultancy services deemed necessary to manage the development of the design once the University’s design team are novated to the contractor at RIBA Stage 4 to the completion of the project and also to provide quality control services to completion of the project. It is intended that the Project Manager will be appointed using the NEC3 Professional Services Contract (PSC). NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=24231.

Pibwrlwyd House Feasibility Study

Coleg Sir Gar | Published May 16, 2017
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79314000

Coleg Sir Gâr is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Consultant, to carry out an independent and comprehensive feasibility and option appraisal study, to gain a fuller understanding of the potential for Pibwrlwyd House. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=66589.

PEEL Consultancy Support

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys | Published February 8, 2017
cpvs
73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 73300000

PEEL Consultancy Support

Construction Consultancy Services

 | Published March 29, 2016
Winner
Pick Everard
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71221000

This is a contract award notice for a contract that was let through conducting a further competition using the NHS SBS Framework for Construction Consultancy Services Lot 12 Wales for various services to be conducted across the Dyfed Powys Police estate