Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has recently approved funding for the construction of 2 new primary school (PS) buildings, 1 at Broomlands PS in Kelso and the other at Langlee PS in Galashiels.
SBC intends to appoint a contractor(s) to carry out and complete the design, construction and delivery. It is anticipated that the existing design team will have completed the design to RIBA Stage 3 at the point of tender, the existing design team will be novated to the successful contractor(s). Details of design team as detailed below:
Architect — Stallan Brand;
Mechanical and Electrical Engineer — Davie McCulloch;
Civil and Structural Engineer — Goodson Associates Ltd;
Landscaping — LDA Design;
Fire Engineer — Atelier Ten;
Acoustician — New Acoustics.
Broomlands PS will be spread over 2 floors with an approx. GIFA of 3 200m
Both schools will incorporate a nursery, primary teaching rooms, games hall, catering kitchen, dining facilities, MUGA pitch and associated staff accommodation areas. In addition, Langlee PS will also incorporate separate. Additional Support Needs teaching areas.
It is anticipated each development(s) will be built alongside the existing school(s), which will be in occupation during the duration of the construction period. Once the development(s) has been completed and the school transferred to the new building(s), the original building(s) will be demolished to make way for landscaping and car parking.
SBC's principal objectives are to deliver innovative educational and community facilities that make a significant contribution and presence within the communities which they serve.
Contractor(s) selected for the tender stage will be required to be fully accredited SSIP members of Constructionline in-line with SBC's Corporate Control of Contractors Policy.
Bury College are tendering for the provision of planned preventative maintenance services to be carried out at the campus located in Bury, Greater Manchester. The contract will be for a duration of 3 years with an option to extend. Note the asset list provided at the 1
Oriel Davies Gallery project aims and objectives are to:
To create a new and enlarged cafe with high visibility capable of accommodating up to 40 people and with an external patio area, fully equipped kitchen and catering store, separate toilet/s, and able to operate independently outside gallery opening hours;
To explore the potential for a light framed ‘terrace café style’ extension on Oriel Davies Gallery south side of the building also able to include arts and community space;
To provide a new, modestly sized, flexible arts/community space;
To re-design the building to accommodate a fully equipped gallery shop with good external visibility and adequate shop stock storage;
To landscape the area adjacent to extension to include public walkway alongside park and gallery;
To thoroughly investigate energy sustainability options including using gallery flat roof/s for solar panel installation.
The multi-disciplinary consultant services required are:
— Lead Consultant,
— Architectural Services,
— Principal Designer Services (CDM),
— Building Contract Administration Services,
— Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services, inclusive of security and fire service design. (note — Mechanical and Electrical design means full design not performance specifications),
— Cost/Quantity Surveying Services,
— Structural Engineering Services,
— Landscaping Services (Including External Works),
— Sustainability Advisor/Assessor (Including BREEAM),
— ICT (Including Design Coordination).
— As Built and Topographical Survey, Ecology Survey, Arboriculturally Survey and Asbestos Survey.
Reactive repairs and maintenance.
Plumbing, Roofing, Electrical, Carpentry, Flooring, Decorating, Plastering, Brickwork, Glazing.
Reactive repairs and maintenance.
Plumbing, Roofing, Electrical, Carpentry, Flooring, Decorating, Drainage, Plastering, Brickwork, Glazing.
Contract for the supply of equipment and furniture to Discretionary Welfare Assistance Scheme
Note to Tenderer: You are advised to read this Document carefully before signing and returning your Tender. The Discretionary Welfare Assistance Scheme provides support to vulnerable residents who require help to establish or maintain a home independently in the community by providing goods in kind. The Council provides furniture, new (or refurbished) and new electrical items to assist people who meet a qualifying criteria. The Council, is seeking to select a supplier who, on a call off basis, can deliver and, where appropriate, install a range of furniture and white goods in resident's homes within the borough of St Helens. Typical orders will consist of one or more of the following items: bed and bedding; the supply and installation of electric items (White Goods): fridge or fridge Freezer; washing machine; electric cooker (occasionally gas).
Project management consultancy services. Civil engineering consultancy services. Structural engineering consultancy services. The West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust invites expressions of interest for the provision of a Consultancy Framework Team to provide the following services: project management, architectural, interior design, structural and civil engineering, mechanical and electrical design, quantity surveying, planning supervision, clerk of works, town and city planning consultancy. In addition to the above core services, the team maybe required to provide through in-house services and/or via additional consultants bolt-on services detailed within.