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Decisions published

06/01/2021 - Worden Hall Procurement Strategy ref: 756    Recommendations Approved

To approve the proposed procurement strategy for the refurbishment of Worden Hall project.

Procurement Strategy set out below:

Appointment of project management and cost consultancy support through a waiver.

Appointment of a design team (Architect (incl Principal Designer duties, structural engineer and mechanical, electrical and plumbing consultant) via a competitive tendering exercise via the Chest to complete the stage 4 design. These will be invited tenders. The evaluation criteria used for the design team will be 60% Cost, 40% quality

Appointment of services which allow advanced works to be progressed on site.

Appointment of a Contractor using a traditional procurement route to deliver the works via the Rise Construction Framework, using an evaluation criterion of 70% cost, 30% quality.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member (Finance, Property and Assets)

Decision published: 06/01/2021

Effective from: 14/01/2021

Decision:

The proposed procurement strategy for the refurbishment of Worden Hall project has been approved.

 

Procurement Strategy set out below:

 

Appointment of project management and cost consultancy support through a waiver.

 

Appointment of a design team (Architect (incl Principal Designer duties, structural engineer and mechanical, electrical and plumbing consultant) via a competitive tendering exercise via the Chest to complete the stage 4 design. These will be invited tenders. The evaluation criteria used for the design team will be 60% Cost, 40% quality

 

Appointment of services which allow advanced works to be progressed on site.

 

Appointment of a Contractor using a traditional procurement route to deliver the works via the Rise Construction Framework, using an evaluation criterion of 70% cost, 30% quality.

 

Lead officer: Ben Storey