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United Kingdom-Milton Keynes: Construction work for buildings relating to health and social services, for crematoriums and public conveniences
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Construction of a New Crematorium, Administration Building, Landscaping and Cemetery Areas
The new Crematorium site will provide a landscape, which the public will find peaceful and attractive. It will be divided to provide a mix of features including:
— areas for cremated remains,
— peaceful garden areas to fit in with a woodland walk to the burial grounds,
— a traditional lawn burial area,
— a separate children’s burial area.
Land Opposite Mayfield Heath Farm
Construction of a new crematorium, administration building, landscaping and cemetery areas.
The scheme achieved planning in February 2019 and the Design team have produced a design up to stage 4.
Upon completion of the pre-qualification progress, the tender list is due for confirmation in April 2019 with tender release May 2019.
Contract will be let as a design and build contract.
The scope for the Crematorium project is expected to include the following elements:
Crematorium building containing:
— circular chapel area with additional balcony providing circa 120 seated capacity,
— welcome/waiting area,
— crematory hall with capacity for 2 no cremators,
— viewing room,
— office areas.
Administration building containing:
— an office space for the cemetery officer to receive visitors and handle administrative work,
— fully accessible toilet facilities,
— a reception area incorporating a waiting room,
— café areas for general visitors,
— function space for post-burial/cremation events,
— gathering shelter,
— minimal, low-impact outside lighting to pathways and external fixtures.
External works to include:
— roads, paths and paving,
— water features to and around the crematorium building,
— soft landscaping, planting and irrigation systems,
— external fixtures — to include street furniture and equipment,
— ornamental features including reflective pools,
— external drainage system.
— Company information — pass/fail.
— grounds for mandatory rejection — pass/fail,
— grounds for discretionary rejection — pass/fail.
— economic and financial standing — pass/fail,
— further information subject to completion of Section 4 — pass/fail,
— technical and professional ability — 20 %,
— modern slavery act — pass/fail.
— insurance — pass/fail,
— skills and apprentices — pass/fail,
— steel — pass/fail,
— ability to provide services required — 30 %,
— specialist experience — 20 %,
— suppliers past performance — pass/fail,
— qualifications and skills of staff — 20 %,
— quality assurance, environmental and health and safety — 10 %.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information