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Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Hampshire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
cpvs
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.

E-Invitation to Tender for the provision of Asbestos Surveying Services

Fareham Borough Council | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
cpvs
391114

The Council intends to appoint a specialist asbestos consultant to provide a full asbestos surveying contract for the Council's non-domestic properties as per the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and HSG264 Asbestos – The Survey Guide.

Systems consultancy services

Hampshire County Council | Published November 12, 2015
cpvs
72246000

Systems consultancy services

Systems consultancy services

Hampshire County Council | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
cpvs
72246000

Systems consultancy services

Software consultancy services

Hampshire Constabulary | Published April 29, 2017
cpvs
72266000

Software that records the current force activities within the area selected. This will provide evidence based reporting that will allow us to provide force demand information to the public sector allowing the forces to deliver a measured service.

Please ensure that all interest is registered to via https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/aspx/Home. The reference is called Workforce Demand HC10623.

There will be a supplier day that will take place after the PIN Notice for information only is completed after the 8.5.2017. We will be in contact of the format and documentation required for these presentation after the PIN notice and interest has been registered.

Evidence based consultancy — force demand — suppliers will be required to visit for a supplier questions and answers day to allow us to engage and understand the market more.

Single provider that can deliver the following:

Provision of software/tools;

Ongoing technical support;

Professional consultancy in relation to analytical techniques (specifically related to demand);

Capability to provide specialist resource to support project work;

Training on software/tools;

Assistance and knowledge based on legislative changes;

Implementation plans;

Knowledge of policing;

Assistance with capacity release;

On-going support;

Innovation.

Please register all interest https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/aspx/Home. via this link under Workforce Demand.

Infrastructure works consultancy services

Hampshire County Council | Published December 23, 2016
cpvs
71311300, 71311000, 71312000, 71313000, 79419000

Hampshire County Council are looking for a specialist service provider with extensive experience in assessing the detrimental effect of pylon poles, pipelines, overhead lines and cables on land value and development potential. This will include assessment and negotiation with the utility companies of cost effectiveness of compensation payments for existing infrastructure versus the cost of diversion.

The Council would also be interested to understand where similar services could be provided for other types of utilities (gas, water).

In relation to the description above the Council requests the market to respond to the following initial questions which will help shape our procurement strategy (please address the electrical utility first, with supplementary responses to other utilities you manage).

Experience — To fulfil this role extensive experience in utilities industry and a detailed understand of very complex development scenarios is required, please provide at least two supporting case studies to showcase your expertise in liaising with utility companies and negotiating the best possible terms and / or compensation for your client.

Pricing — Please provide detail of the typical fees and fee structure that could be adopted, e.g. fees linked to the level of compensation achieved or on a project specific fixed fee etc.

Capacity — Confirmation is required that the resources are available within your organisation to facilitate the scope of work required over the next 4 years.

Structural engineering consultancy services

Hampshire County Council | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
cpvs
71312000, 71327000, 71328000, 71315400, 71325000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced and qualified organisations for the provision of structural inspections and structural engineering design on minor capital projects with works costs typically valued less than 100 000 GBP, to support on going maintenance of the built estate and the delivery of capital schemes and refurbishment projects.

The proposed Structural Inspections and Design Framework is to cover a programme of structural inspections across a range of properties owned or managed by Hampshire County Council (HCC), Hampshire Fire and Rescue Services (HFRS), the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire (OPCC), Reading Borough Council (RBC) and the Isle of Wight Council (IOWC); and to provide structural design services for capital minor works projects with a construction value less than 100 000 GBP.

Property types that comprise the programme includes, but is not limited to schools, special schools, corporate offices including data centres, day care centres, residential care, nursing care, libraries and museums, leisure centres, country parks, farms, residential housing, scheduled monuments, police and fire stations.

The Framework will encompass:

— Structural inspection of prescribed properties on a 5-year rolling programme, including specialist structures such as: system built buildings; re-locatable (‘temporary’) buildings; and historic buildings.

— Inspection of structures where significant defects have been previously identified and are being monitored.

— Ad-hoc inspections arising from defects reported by the County Councils building Surveyors or end users.

— Further investigation of items identified from the planned inspections including potential defects.

— Structural design for projects typically with a works value less than 100 000 GBP.

— Where required, issue ‘structural repair instructions’ and check completed repairs on site.

— Undertake ad-hoc inspections and associated report and advisory work arising from issues reported by HCC's Property Management staff, building end users, OPCC, HFRS, RBC and IOWC.

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the tender return document together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on Thursday 16.3.2017.

How to obtain the Tender Documents:

The Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are 5 tabs — ‘Tender’, ‘ITT — documents’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (ITT — documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

Opting In and Out:

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response.

The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision.

You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’.

Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ to view and complete the Questionnaire for this project.

Further Guidance:

In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download and upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons.

Receiving Notification Emails:

To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain ‘@in-tend.co.uk’ to your Safe Senders list.

Public relations consultancy services

Hampshire Constabulary | Published April 22, 2017
cpvs
79416200, 72266000

Software that records the current force activities within the area selected. This will provide evidence based reporting that will allow us to provide force demand information to the public sector allowing the forces to deliver a measured service.

Evidence based consultancy — force demand — suppliers will be required to visit for a supplier questions and answers day to allow us to engage and understand the market more.

Single provider that can deliver the following:

Provision of software/tools;

Ongoing technical support;

Professional consultancy in relation to analytical techniques (specifically related to demand);

Capability to provide specialist resource to support project work;

Training on software/tools;

Assistance and knowledge based on legislative changes;

Implementation plans;

Knowledge of policing;

Assistance with capacity release;

On-going support;

Innovation.

Hampshire & IOW Sustainability and Transformation Plan Workforce review

Solent NHS Trust | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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Hampshire & IOW Sustainability and Transformarion Plan Workforce Review ITT Description Hampshire and Isle of Wight ('HIOW') has a population of over 2 million people and employs circa 96,000 people within the local health and social care sector. There is now a strong spirit of collaboration to work as Health and Social care partners to improve the health and well-being of our population through developing our infrastructure and workforce, and by focusing on targeted interventions to deliver prevention, early intervention and self-management. There are numerous health and social care organisations forming the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP), including 5 commissioning bodies, 8 NHS Trusts and 3 Local Authorities. The STP has organised itself into 6 Local Delivery Systems which are: • Portsmouth and South East Hampshire • Southampton City • South West Hampshire • North and Mid Hampshire • Isle of Wight • Frimley (NB due to system boundaries, the Frimley system is shown as it has part of its services within Hampshire – it is, however a separate STP and will not therefore be part of this programme of work) All partners are fully committed to the aims and objectives of the HIOW STP. The HIOW STP now requires the service of an independent expert for a review of workforce leadership and management of the back office. Solent NHS Trust has agreed to lead on the acquisition of this consultant on behalf of the HIOW STP.

Provider Engagement and Consultation Event Public Health Healthy Lifestyles Services.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 16, 2015
cpvs
98000000, 85100000, 85000000

Provider Engagement and Consultation Event Public Health Healthy Lifestyles Services.

The Provision of Consultancy Services for Pension Fund Investment.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 20, 2015
cpvs
66131100, 66523000

Hampshire County Council is letting a contract for the provision of consultancy support for the Council's Pension Fund's investment manager procurement. This procurement is for consultancy support for a series of up to 5 procurement exercises for the investment managers of the Hampshire County Council Pension Fund. The contract will commence on 7.12.2015 and will be for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years. Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the tender return document together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 hrs on Wednesday 21.10.015. How to obtain the Tender Documents: The Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs — ‘Tender’, ‘ITT — documents’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (ITT — documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents. Further Guidance: In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download and upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Receiving Notification Emails: To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain ‘@in-tend.co.uk’ to your Safe Senders list.

The Provision of Consultancy Services for Pension Fund Investment.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
cpvs
66131100, 66523000

Hampshire County Council is letting a contract for the provision of consultancy support for the Council's Pension Fund's investment manager procurement. This procurement is for consultancy support for a series of up to 5 procurement exercises for the investment managers of the Hampshire County Council Pension Fund. The contract will commence on 7.12.2015 and will be for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years. Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the tender return document together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 hrs on Wednesday 21.10.015. How to obtain the Tender Documents: The Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs — ‘Tender’, ‘ITT — documents’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ and ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (ITT — documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents. Further Guidance: In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download and upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Receiving Notification Emails: To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain ‘@in-tend.co.uk’ to your Safe Senders list.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Hampshire County Council | Published January 6, 2015  -  Deadline February 16, 2015
cpvs
79400000, 79410000, 79990000, 79996000, 72000000, 72200000

Hampshire County Council is the Accountable Body for monies received from Government by the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership. It also forms one of the key organisations within this Local Enterprise Partnership. Following evaluation of the compliant tenders, and approval of the outcome, Hampshire County Council, on behalf of the Enterprise M3 LEP, intends to appoint a single supplier under a Contract to provide the services detailed in the specification. In summary, the Enterprise M3 Growth Hub offers a new way of providing support to the businesses in the Enterprise M3 area. There are 5 main aspects to the service: 1. Growth Hub Intelligence and Coordination Unit. This function will include responsibility for financial resource management — including using the Hub as acatalyst to lever more resources, client account and relationship management and the management and coordination of all services delivered through the Growth Hub. It will also include a Business Intelligence function to inform Growth Hub services (e.g. labour market, company information, etc.). Other core functions of this aspect of the Growth Hub will include monitoring and evaluation, partnership development and management and ensuring a joined-up approach with local and national public support services (including UKTI,Growth Accelerator, Innovate UK, MAS, etc.). 2. High Innovation Growth and Priority (HIGP) Business Engagement function. The HIGP Business Engagement Function needs to provide a strategic business diagnostic service to potentialclients in key existing and emerging priority sectors. It will be responsible for initial company engagement,assessment (screening) of ‘suitability' of potential clients for the service, identification of company needs,signposting to other public and private support providers (e.g. UKTI, Growth Accelerator) and preparation ofoutline support programmes. 3. High Innovation Growth and Priority (HIGP) Business Support. The main requirement of the HIGP Business Support aspect of the Growth Hub will be developing a network of business service organisations to provide support to the targeted businesses in existing and emerging priority sectors. These specialists will help take the company through its growth journey. It will be important to ensure the network of support providers includes appropriate specialist services offered by local and national public,private, education and third sector support organisations. Our evidence suggests the need for four main HIGP Business Specialist business support thrusts: Market Development, Finance, Supply Chain Development and Collaboration and Innovation. 4. Transactional Business Support Portal. The Enterprise M3 Growth Hub will offer support for all businesses within the area by providing a portal(website) which will help signpost businesses to existing local and national business support service providers and sources of advice and information. The portal will provide a single point of reference to help businesses navigate their way through the complexity of support and information available from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors that will help them to start, grow and develop their business. 5. Skills for Business Service. The Skills for Business Service will help develop the pipeline for higher apprenticeships and other vocational path-ways particularly at higher level and/or in priority/niche sectors. It will increase business demand for and ability to 'employ' apprentices, with increased SME participation. In addition, it aims to bring businesses and training providers together to develop existing workforce. The Contract will be for a period of 2 years with the option of extending in annual increments up to 6 years. Any further extension of the contract may be to a maximum of 10 years or funding of GBP 2 700 000 at the Council's discretion.

Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership's Public Consultation of Strategic Economic Plan Refresh

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL | Published September 20, 2017  -  Deadline August 31, 2017
Winner
Metro Dynamics
cpvs
73000000

Undertaking all aspects of a specialist public consultation, relating to the draft Strategic Economic Plan. Additional consultation work required due to significant national policy developments. There is now a higher level of local and national public scrutiny associated with the SEP update including how it will relate to and reflect the Government's proposed Industrial Strategy (a white paper is anticipated in the autumn) Contract Term is 1 October 2017 until 30 April 2018 with no option to extend.

Hackney Carriage Vehicles - unmet demand survey for taxi services within the city of Portsmouth - AWARD

Portsmouth City Council | Published September 13, 2016
Winner
Vector Transport Consultancy
cpvs
79311000

Portsmouth City Council is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced providers to tender for this project. The scope of which will comprise of but may not be limited to: • To deliver a survey on the demand for the services of hackney carriages within the city, please note the survey may be carried out using electronic devices such as cameras (with approval from the relevant Council officers) or by using static personnel. • To provide detailed empirical evidence/analysis for example: - rank observations, - detail regarding balance of supply and demand, - average delays and total demand, - data comparisons with other local authority surveys - Questionnaires to the public regarding the ease of use of Hackney Carriages - Consultation with recognised trade representatives - Any other information the consultant may feel is relevant to the survey. Data should be provided in tables and graphs where applicable to allow for ease of analysis. Access to raw data may be requested by The Council • To recommend courses of action to both the Licensing Manager and Licensing Committee for consideration, for example to keep the existing limit, increase or decrease the limit, or remove the limit altogether. The initial contract period will be for 6 Months, this includes the gathering of empirical data and the completion and submission of the Unmet Demand Survey, subject to performance and agreement of all parties. The closing date for receipt of your expression of interest is given against the heading entitled - Date documents can be requested until.

E-ITT for the provision of a viability consultancy service for the local plan programme of New Forest District Council (NFDC).

New Forest District Council | Published August 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
150000

Provision of a viability consultancy service for New Forest District Council (NFDC) covering the commencement (appointment) through to closure of the Local Plan and CIL examination during 2016 and 2017. New Forest District Council (NFDC) are carrying out this procurement exercise to identify, s... this contract opportunity, tenderers will automatically receive a link to the tender information including the full specification, contract terms and tenderer response forms. All correspondence is via the Councils e-tendering software ProContract hosted on the South East Business Portal (SEBP).

Architectural design services

Winchester City Council Contract for Architectural Services at Station Approach Winchester | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 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.

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 Technical Resources Framework (Gen3 TRF) 2016 — 2020.

Hampshire County Council | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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71500000, 71311000, 71700000, 71311300, 71900000, 71313000, 71600000, 71520000, 71332000, 71530000, 71540000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Generation 3 Technical Resources Framework (Gen3 TRF) 2016 — 2020. The purpose of this Tender is to procure a framework of Suppliers to provide specialist technical temporary resources in the fields of highways engineering, property services including building surveyors, climate change and energy including ecologists and environmental engineers, waste management, landscaping and heritage, lighting engineers, planning and transportation, CAD technicians, public relations consultants for engineering communications and marketing and the like. These resources will be delivered over two separate Lots on the framework which will utilise specialist providers (Lot1) and staff agencies (Lot2). The resources ordered through either Lot of the Gen3TRF will work alongside directly employed Council Officers and other suppliers and consultants employed by the Council. Hampshire County Council intends to appoint a maximum of 30 suppliers to Lot 1 and a maximum of 10 suppliers to Lot 2. The Framework will commence on 1.4.2016 and will be for a period of 48 months. Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on 27.7.2015. How to obtain the PQQ/Tender Documents The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs – ‘Tender’, PQQ — documents", ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ & ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (PQQ) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents. Further Guidance In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. It is intended to issue successful applicants with final tender documents in early September. The deadline for submission of tender responses will be mid October. Receiving Notification Emails To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain '@in-tend.co.uk' to your Safe Senders list.