United Kingdom-Camberley: Urban planning and landscape architectural services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.surreyheath.gov.uk/
Section II: Object
Camberley High Street Public Realm Improvements
The Camberley High Street Public Realm Improvements Scheme is intended to make the High Street better for pedestrians and provide an important hub including increasing the quantity of usable open space. This will be achieved by prioritizing pedestrians on the existing High Street corridor and improvements to the public realm. These improvements will include street furniture and use of appropriate materials, including green and soft landscaping.
This project is heavily focused on the delivery of high-quality urban design as a mechanism to transform the public realm, improve access and movement and reduce the dominance of cars on Camberley High Street. It is expected that the commission is urban design led, giving pedestrian priority, with transport/highway access to vehicles including cars and service vehicles through a multi-disciplinary support approach to deliver, a detailed design up to the construction stage in accordance with the brief.
The Council is undertaking a restricted procurement procedure to find an experienced provider that is able to deliver a Public Realm Design led service with the necessary skills and track record of successful delivery of similar schemes, that require a balance of Highways/High Street and Public Realm functionality.
All expressions of Interest must complete and submit a PQQ self-assessment before being considered to be taken to ITT stage.
The objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates is set out in the Pre-Qualification questionnaire instructions.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Members of RIBA / ICE or equivalent.
Requirement to be familiar with CDM regulations.
The Council may require the winning bidder to provide a form of guarantee (e.g. Parent Company Guarantee) which will be discussed with bidders during the ITT.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
You will be required to download the instructions, complete and submit online the PQQ by the deadline specified in Section IV.2.2. The Council will not shortlist any supplier to be invited to tender where any of the reasons detailed in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 are deemed to apply.
The Council shall have no liability for any costs, expenses, fees or charges (including third-party charges) by those expressing interest in and/or pre-qualifying for and/or are tendering for this opportunity. No contract (whether implied or otherwise) shall exist between any bidder and the Council until such time as a contract is awarded to a successful bidder.
The Council reserves the right to make any changes to the procurement as it may require at any time with no liability on its part (including to change, suspend, stop or terminate the process and not award a contract and/or to reject any or all bids at any time).
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GO Reference: GO-20171220-PRO-11606360.
The Council will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period (or 15 days where non-electronic or fax methods are used) at the point that an award decision notice is communicated to tenderers.
The award decision notice will specify the criteria for the award of the contract, the reasons for the decision, including the characteristics and relative advantages, the name and score of the successful tenderer; and will specify when the standstill period is expected to end or the date before which the Council will not conclude the contract. If an appeal regarding the award of a contract has not been successfully resolved, the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 set out the time frame within which aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of a breach of the rules may take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland). Any such action must be brought within 30 days from the date when the economic operator in question first knew or ought to have known that grounds for the bringing of proceedings had arisen.