United Kingdom-St Andrews: Architectural design services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/staff/money/procurement/
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Section II: Object
Estates: Consultant Architect and lead Designer Services for Refurbishment of Younger Hall.
Consultant Architect and Lead Designer Services for Refurbishment of the Younger Hall at the University of St Andrews.
UK — St Andrews.
Consultant Architect and Lead Designer Services for the Refurbishment of the Younger Hall at the university of St Andrews.
Overview of the Contract Requirement:
To facilitate the development of the Younger Hall the University of St Andrews require to form a Design Team. This team will be required to work with key users, departments and the University community to progress a refurbishment design that will capture both the University's current aspirations and some future requirements, all to realize the full potential of this key town centre property. The team will also be engaged to deliver the property refurbishment to completion in 2020.
The University wishes to procure the services of a consultant Architect and Lead Designer to join the Design Team.
It is the University's intention to enter into a Professional Services Contract for the project.
The Consultant Architect and Lead Designer shall be expected to provide advice and solutions on a diverse range of building usage incorporated into a project design fully coordinated with all other design disciplines.
The Project and Design Team shall comprise the following disciplines Inter alia:
— Project Manager
— Architect (Lead Designer)
— Civil/Structural Engineer
— Mechanical/Electrical Engineer
— Building Surveyor
— Fire Engineer
— Stage Engineer and Venue Consultant
— Quantity Surveyor
— Principal Designer
The estimated construction cost of the project (Excluding VAT and Fees)is 7 500 000 GBP
All tenders for the University of St Andrews are administered through our e-Tendering System (In-Tend). To Express an Interest please go to our tender web-site at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofstandrews
Please note that ‘Notes of Interest’ placed via PCS (Public Contracts Scotland) are not automatically accepted.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
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Please refer to these statements when completing section 4B of the ESPD (Scotland).
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Bidders will be required to have provide the annual turnover for the past 3 financial years.
It is a requirement of this contract that bidders can hold or can commit to obtain prior to the commencement of any subsequently awarded contract, the types and levels of insurance indicated below.
Employers (Compulsory) Liability Insurance = 2 000 000 GBP
Public Liability Insurance = 2 000 000 GBP
Professional Indemnity Insurance = 2 000 000 GBP
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Section IV: Procedure
Procurement — University of St Andrews.
Appointed Procurement Staff.
Section VI: Complementary information
All tenders for the University of St Andrews are administered through our e-Tendering System (In-Tend). To Express an Interest please go to our tender web-site at: https://in-tendhost/universityofstandrews
Please note that ‘Notes of Interest’ placed via PCS(Public Contracts Scotland) are not automatically accepted.
Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=488707.
Download the ESPD document here: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/ESPD/ESPD_Download.aspx?id=488707
Internet address: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/staff/money/procurement/
The University of St Andrews will incorporate a minimum of 10 calendar day standstill period at the point of information on the award of the contract being communicated to tenderers. This period allows unsuccessful tenderers to seek further debriefing from the contracting authority before the contract is entered into. Applicants have 2 working days from the notification of the award decision to request additional debriefing and that information has to be provided a minimum of 3 working days before the expiry of the standstill period. Such additional information should be requested from The University of St Andrews.
If an appeal regarding the award of contract has not been successfully resolved The Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2012 provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rule to take action in the Sheriff Court or Court of Session.
Anyone bringing court proceedings against the University of St Andrews must inform the University of St Andrews in advance of the alleged breach and its intention to bring proceedings. Any such action must be brought within 15 days of the date on which a decision is sent to them or published to challenge that decision.
Proceedings seeking an ineffectiveness order must be brought within 30 days of the publication of the contract award notice in the OJEU, or 30 days from the date of a decision letter to all tenderers concerned, and any candidates concerned, containing a summary of the reason for the recipient being unsuccessful, otherwise 6 months from the date of entering into the contract or concluding the framework agreement.
Where a contract has not been entered into the Court may, by interim order, suspend the procurement procedure. The court may also set aside a decision or actions taken by the University or order it to amend and document; and/or award damages. However, by express requirement the court may decide not to grant an interim order when the negative consequences of such an order are likely to outweigh the benefits, having regard to a number of considerations.
If the contract has been entered into the Court may, depending on the nature of the breach: make an ineffectiveness order; impose a financial penalty; shorten the duration of the contract; make any other order considered appropriate to address the consequences of ineffectiveness or shortening the duration or the contract; award damages.