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Civil & Structural Engineering Professional Services Consultancy Framework

Medway Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
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71311000, 71312000, 71320000, 71312000, 71310000, 71311200, 71356400, 72224000

Medway Council are seeking to establish a professional services consultancy framework to cover civil and structural engineering requirements, which will be awarded over 3 lots to successful bidders. The framework will initially run for 2 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The framework will also be open to be accessed by all public sector bodies in Kent.

Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy

 | Published October 30, 2015
Winner
LVS Construction Consultants Ltd.
cpvs
71315100

Provision of construction related professional consultancy services to public sector organisations in Kent.

Strood Leisure Centre - Phase 2 Main Works

Medway Council | Published February 18, 2014  -  Deadline February 27, 2014
cpvs
29000000, 29140000, 39000000, 39100000

The Authority, wishes to engage an economic operator to provide the Works in respect of: … to select and appoint a main contractor on a Design and Build basis to undertake internal and external alterations at Strood Sports Centre. The scheme will create a new main entrance to the Centre and insert large picture windows and glazing system into the existing front façade onto a new, larger gym area, alterations to existing squash courts to form flexible studio spaces, alterations to the existing spa area and associated works. It will include upgrade / replacement of mechanical and electrical systems to the areas affected by the proposed works.

 

The works are to be arranged in four sequential stages to ensure the sports centre remains operational throughout the duration of the works.

 

The contract will be a JCT Design and Build (DB2011) with sectional completion.

 

An existing consultant team will be novated as part of the D&B contract. The existing design team is from Hazle McCormack Young (HMY) who is responsible for Architecture, Structural Engineering, and Mechanical & Electrical Engineering. HMY have appointed as sub-consultants, MLM as structural engineer, Norman Bromley Partnership as M&E engineer. Novation of HMY and their team will be by way of CIC Novation Agreement 2004. The above team will be novated to the contractor; the contractor shall indemnify and hold Medway Council harmless from liability for the full design, including the novated design.

 

The anticipated project value is £800K to a maximum value of £1.1m  

 

Planning permission has been sought for the external alterations and is expected within the next 4 weeks.

 

The contractor will be responsible for meeting any conditions and complying with all employers’ requirements and statutory obligations including building control.

 

A289 Detailed Design

Medway Council | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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71311000, 71311210

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Design Consultant for The Detailed Design work for the A289 contract and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 12.10.2016 and will continue for a period of up to 2 years, unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract. In January 2015, Medway Council (MC) submitted a Business Case to South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) for funds to enable delivery of the A289 4 Elms Roundabout to Medway Tunnel scheme. The Business Case was approved by the SELEP and funding is available to implement physical improvements between 2017/18 and 2018/19. The proposed A289 improvement connects the at-grade roundabouts of: 4 Elms — (A289 Hasted Road/A228 4 Elms Hill); Sans Pareil — (A289 Wulfere Way/A228 Frindsbury Hill); and Anthonys Way — (A289 Berwick Way/A289 Vanguard Way tunnel). The scheme is intended to improve the capacity at the 3 roundabouts and improve journey time for vehicles and buses making strategic movements through and along parts of the northern Medway crossing route. The proposals are intended to overcome existing congestion and delay where peak flows exceed capacity at the Sans Pareil and Anthonys Way junctions. The improvements will also provide the additional capacity for traffic growth arising from planned economic and community development on the Hoo Peninsula, Kingsnorth and Grain.

A289 Detailed Design

Medway Council | Published December 8, 2016
Winner
Mott MacDonald Limited
cpvs
71311000, 71311210

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Design Consultant for The Detailed Design work for the A289 contract and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 12.10.2016 and will continue for a period of up to 2 years, unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract. In January 2015, Medway Council (MC) submitted a Business Case to South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) for funds to enable delivery of the A289 Four Elms Roundabout to Medway Tunnel scheme. The Business Case was approved by the SELEP and funding is available to implement physical improvements between 2017/18 and 2018/19. The proposed A289 improvement connects the at-grade roundabouts of: Four Elms — (A289 Hasted Road/A228 Four Elms Hill); Sans Pareil — (A289 Wulfere Way/A228 Frindsbury Hill); and Anthonys Way — (A289 Berwick Way/A289 Vanguard Way tunnel). The scheme is intended to improve the capacity at the three roundabouts and improve journey time for vehicles and buses making strategic movements through and along parts of the northern Medway crossing route. The proposals are intended to overcome existing congestion and delay where peak flows exceed capacity at the Sans Pareil and Anthonys Way junctions. The improvements will also provide the additional capacity for traffic growth arising from planned economic and community development on the Hoo Peninsula, Kingsnorth and Grain.

Medway Strategic Traffic Modelling

Medway Council | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 4, 2016
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71311200, 34972000

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Consultant / Contractor for Medway Strategic Traffic Modelling and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 13.6.2016 and will continue for a period of 1 year until 12.6.2017 with a no provision to extend unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.

Medway Strategic Traffic Modelling

Medway Council | Published April 5, 2016
cpvs
71311200, 34972000

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Consultant / Contractor for Medway Strategic Traffic Modelling and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 13.6.2016 and will continue for a period of 1 year until 12.6.2017 with a no provision to extend unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.

Chatham Placemaking Project: Detailed Design.

Medway Council | Published February 11, 2016  -  Deadline March 4, 2016
cpvs
71420000, 71210000, 71220000

Medway Council requires a landscape architecture led consultant team to develop the public realm plans for the priority areas identified in the in-progress Chatham Placemaking, Public Realm and Connectivity Project. The area covered by the Project includes the primary route from Chatham railway station to the Chatham waterfront civic space, encompassing Railway Street and Military Road. The Project also includes the waterfront civic space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station to the bus station, the Paddock and the north-western entrance to the Pentagon shopping centre. Each part of the town sequence from the station to the civic space has its own particular problems requiring its own set of responses. It is proposed that a sequential journey of connected locations and points are used as the means to create a strong narrative and compelling resolution. The proposals are developed up to RIBA Stage 3 and have focused on creating an enticing and accessible journey from the station to the high street, waterfront and beyond. Collectively, the proposals ensure that regeneration benefits the wider community. By creating more public space and facilitating pedestrian movement and activity it is hoped that the proposals will create a more convivial and positive experience of Chatham town centre.

Chatham Placemaking Project: Detailed Design.

Medway Council | Published February 11, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
cpvs
71420000, 71210000, 71220000

Medway Council requires a landscape architecture led consultant team to develop the public realm plans for the priority areas identified in the in-progress Chatham Placemaking, Public Realm and Connectivity Project. The area covered by the Project includes the primary route from Chatham railway station to the Chatham waterfront civic space, encompassing Railway Street and Military Road. The Project also includes the waterfront civic space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station to the bus station, the Paddock and the north-western entrance to the Pentagon shopping centre. Each part of the town sequence from the station to the civic space has its own particular problems requiring its own set of responses. It is proposed that a sequential journey of connected locations and points are used as the means to create a strong narrative and compelling resolution. The proposals are developed up to RIBA Stage 3 and have focused on creating an enticing and accessible journey from the station to the high street, waterfront and beyond. Collectively, the proposals ensure that regeneration benefits the wider community. By creating more public space and facilitating pedestrian movement and activity it is hoped that the proposals will create a more convivial and positive experience of Chatham town centre.

Chatham Placemaking Project: Detailed Design

Medway Council | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
cpvs
15000000

Medway Council requires a landscape architecture led consultant team to develop the public realm plans for the priority areas identified in the in-progress Chatham Placemaking, Public Realm and Connectivity Project. 

The area covered by the Project includes the primary route from Chatham railway station to the Chatham waterfront civic space, encompassing Railway Street and Military Road. The Project also includes the waterfront civic space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station to the bus station, the Paddock and the north-western entrance to the Pentagon shopping centre. 

Each part of the town sequence from the station to the civic space has its own particular problems requiring its own set of responses. It is proposed that a sequential journey of connected locations and points are used as the means to create a strong narrative and compelling resolution. The proposals are developed up to RIBA Stage 3 and have focused on creating an enticing and accessible journey from the station to the high street, waterfront and beyond. Collectively, the proposals ensure that regeneration benefits the wider community. By creating more public space and facilitating pedestrian movement and activity it is hoped that the proposals will create a more convivial and positive experience of Chatham town centre.

 

 

Design Consultant - Command of the Heights - Chatham

Medway Council | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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15111000

Medway Council in partnership with the Fort Amherst Heritage Trust and other local and regional partners are working together to deliver a vision for the future of the Great Lines Heritage Park - a network of spaces connecting Chatham, Brompton, Gillingham, and the historic Dockyard. The ‘Command of the Heights’ project secured a successful funding application to the Heritage Lottery Fund [HLF] in February 2015.

The project aims to:

• Remove a building (Riverside One) which obscures the southern end of the Barrier Ditch of the Chatham historic defences at Gun Wharf, in order to restore the ‘lost’ nineteenth century section of the Chatham Lines;

• Improve the Riverside area of the public realm as a key gateway to Chatham Town and Historic Dockyard;

• Improve the visitor entry route to Fort Amherst via the Barrier Road Ditch and through this to enable appreciation of the vast scale and purpose of the fortifications in their entirety;

• Repair, enhance and re-open Spur Battery and its environs in conjunction with providing a performance venue.

Medway Council in partnership with Fort Amherst now wish to procure consultancy design services for RIBA Plan of Work Stages to completion

 

Chatham Placemaking Masterplan

Medway Council | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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15110000, 15111000, 15161100, 15220000, 15230000

Medway is looking to appoint a consultant to produce a Masterplan for Chatham which will be key to delivering economic growth in Medway and marks the start of an exciting new chapter in the regeneration of the area.

Chatham is located at the heart of Medway, with a population of 264,900 people living in the urban area in 2013. The area is world famous for its historic naval dockyard, and has also been a strategic centre for trade. 

The main area to be covered by the Masterplan is the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station towards the Bus Station, the Paddock and the northwestern entrance to the Pentagon Shopping Centre. The Masterplan also includes the primary route from the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space to Chatham Rail Station, encompassing Military Road and the intersection with the High Street. 

The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is a key area for Chatham, with various landscapes and functions that allow for a range of development opportunities. This area has a busy footfall attributable to the Bus Station and the Pentagon Shopping Centre, which is intensified by the proximity of the High Street and Chatham Rail Station. Footfall will increase further with the operation of a digital Big Screen on the Waterfront Pumping Station, as the area will have increased appeal as a leisure destination. The Paddock area is a key asset as it forms an informal focal point for young people taking part in a wide variety of activities. 

The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is well situated for access both within Chatham and from further afield. Chatham Rail Station is on the high-speed line (HS1) providing services to London and across the southeast and Chatham Waterfront Bus Station has a large turnover of buses and passengers travelling across Medway and the wider surrounding area. There are approximately 1,100 departures a day from Monday to Saturday from Chatham Waterfront Bus Station, travelling to destinations across the southeast. The Chatham Waterfront Bus Station is a crucial landmark in the area, often used as a meeting point for people living in or travelling via Chatham.  

The key aim of this future Masterplan is to develop and integrate the focus area into the wider environment in order for it to become well connected, but at the same time assure its own identity as a central destination. The wider area has often been divided into different ‘quarters’, each one with a different focus. 

Different cultural, commercial and historic landmarks surround the site, including:

●       The Brook Theatre

●       Sun Pier, including Edith May Thames Barge

●       Chatham Community Hub

●       Sun Pier House

●       River Medway

●       Fort Amherst and Great Lines Heritage Park

●       Views across the south east including Rochester Castle and Rochester Cathedral

●       The Central Theatre

●       Theatre Royal

●       Upnor Castle

●       The Historic Dockyard Chatham


 

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Medway Council | Published November 28, 2017  -  Deadline January 15, 2018
cpvs
79000000, 79400000

Medway Council is seeking a consultancy team to produce an evidenced master-plan across both Medway Council and Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council local authority areas for Innovation Park Medway. The master-plan will be used as guidance supplementary to or in absence of any other appropriate planning policy guidance. The master-plan will support the exploration of an appropriate planning mechanism to deliver the Council's ambitions. This could require the appointed consultancy to prepare a Local Development Order (LDO) as a second phase of work.

All the documentation for this project can be obtained from the Kent Business Portal by navigating the corresponding opportunity (Link contained within I.3).

Medway Council is seeking a consultancy team to produce an evidenced masterplan across both Medway Council and Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council local authority areas for Innovation Park Medway. The masterplan will be used as guidance supplementary to or in absence of any other appropriate planning policy guidance. The masterplan will support the exploration of an appropriate planning mechanism to deliver the Council's ambitions. This could require the appointed consultancy to prepare a Local Development Order (LDO) as a second phase of work.

The indicative duration of contract outlined below is for both phases of work.

ITQ Adult Social Care Improvement Consultancy

Medway Council | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
cpvs
32000000

Medway Council are seeking assistance with the transformation of their approach to delivering Adult Social Care.

Currently the approach undertaken follows a traditional Short term assessment, enablement, long-term assessment, long-term support plan, care package approach. There is an increasing demand on Medway Council’s Adult Social Care resources.

 Medway Council are looking to adopt an approach that will increase the use of family and community resources and change the approach to service delivery from a care package by default to a care package as last resort as a solution.  This approach is looking to deliver on the promises of personalisation, instilling a cultural change within Adult Social Care that leads to the use of long-term care packages becoming the approach of last resort rather than the default option.

Although Medway Council have a vision of how they want to deliver Adult Social Care in the future, they require assistance in the design and implementation of this approach and seek quotations from appropriately skilled and experienced consultancy companies to aid them in the design and implementation.


 

Consultant - Internal Audit

Medway Council | Published June 12, 2014  -  Deadline June 19, 2014
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15000000

Medway Council wish to invite consultants to tender for an Internal Audit opportunity.

The Internal Audit Team began a series of probity reviews in Medway Schools in 2012 and a consultant was appointed on a trial basis in January, delivering four reviews and is finalising a further one; there are 34 reviews still to be completed.

The requirement is for a consultant to undertake between 11 and 15 reviews, on the basis that each review should take no more than 12 working days and some should come in with fewer days.

 

 

 

Watermill Wharf - Employers Agent Project

 | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
cpvs
71315200

A Consultant will be asked to provide the services of an Employer's Agent on a JCT Design and Build Contract, which are provided in headline form below, with further details in the sections that follow. A: Project Management B: CDM Consultant (Client Side) C: Preparation of the Employer's Requirements D: Tender Review E: Contract Management

HLF Command of the Heights Business Plan

Medway Council | Published April 6, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
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15100000, 15200000

Medway Council are looking to appoint a consultant to prepare a business plan to support stage 2 HLF bid for Command of the Heights. The business plan must set out all financial and organisational aspects of the Fort Amherst Heritage Trust site. It must fully asses the financial implications of Command of the Heights, how financial commitments will be met, assess the impact of the project on the current situation of the site and its finances and detail any changes to be made to ensure the outcomes of the project will be delivered and maintained in the long term.

 

HLF Command of the Heights Business Plan

 | Published April 6, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
cpvs
79400000

Medway Council are looking to appoint a consultant to prepare a business plan to support stage 2 HLF bid for Command of the Heights. The business plan must set out all financial and organisational aspects of the Fort Amherst Heritage Trust site. It must fully asses the financial implications of Command of the Heights, how financial commitments will be met, assess the impact of the project on the current situation of the site and its finances and detail any changes to be made to ensure the outcomes of the project will be delivered and maintained in the long term.

Chatham Waterfront Development Site - Consultancy

Medway Council | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
Winner
GVA
cpvs
79000000

Medway Council is seeking to appoint consultancy services for Chatham Waterfront Development Site, which represents one of the key regeneration opportunities in Medway, uniquely located in the heart of Medway and on the river front. The aim is to secure the waterfront as a destination in its own right with a distinctive, dynamic and vibrant new residential development above cultural, retail and leisure facilities. The opportunity has been split into 2 lots: Lot 1 is for initial advice - The consultant will initially provide advice and recommendation on the development approach which should be followed ensuring the Council obtains best consideration and delivers development as quickly as possible. The options include: Negotiated developer procurement; Joint venture opportunities; and disposal of the site Lot 2 covers subsequent consultancy of preferred option - The consultant will provide full support through the resulting procurement or disposal process including ongoing advice, marketing, developer selection, evaluation and assist through the negotiation of a development agreement where applicable: Consultants have the option to bid for either or both lots.

A289 Drainage Design - Four Elms to Medway Tunnel

Medway Council | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
Winner
MLM Consulting Engineers Ltd
cpvs
44163112

The Council is looking to appoint an external consultant to assist on the drainage design. The services are required to support the Planning Application. The Contracting Authority has identified that the scope of this procurement falls within a business sector which may be attractive to infiltration by organised crime groups. The Contracting Authority therefore reserves the right to include enhanced probity checks / requirements at both the selection and award stages of the procurement. This may include, but not be limited to, verification that a supplier, or any person with powers of representation, decision or control therein, has not infringed the mandatory grounds for exclusion set out in Regulation 57 (1) of the Public Contract Regulations 2015