Military electronic systems. Weapons, ammunition and associated parts. The Authority has a requirement to procure a hand held programmable electronic timer capable of initiating, after a user nominated time delay, a single electronic detonator in an underwater environment. The Contract will comprise of an initial quantity of equipment purchased and options to purchase additional equipment each year for the duration of the Contract.
Aerospace Bristol is a substantial new development. As part of this, eight new galleries will be created in the existing WW1 Grade II listed Hangar 16S and New Build Concorde Hangar to house Concorde. The Bristol Aero Collection Trust (BACT) is therefore inviting tenders from AV Software Contractors to carry out the design, creation and installation of the AV Software. Please see the tender documents for more information.
The AV Software Contractor must be able to demonstrate recent experience in design, production and installation of AV Software in a Museum or similar environments. The AV software contractor will need to share the BACT and Design Team's vision which will transform the spaces into ideal locations to display a diverse range of Aerospace Bristol's collections combining sensitivity to the building and the collections with an imaginative, sustainable, collaborative and transformative approach.
The Exhibition Designer for the project is Event Communications and the Project Manager, Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor is Focus Consultants.
The new Aerospace Bristol museum is due to open in Summer 2017 and therefore all AV Software must be installed and commissioned in time for the opening and carefully coordinated with Beck Interiors the exhibition fit out contractor.
The anticipated value of the AV Hardware in totality is 250 000 GBP.
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