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United Kingdom-Liverpool: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://kind.org.uk
Section II: Object
Multi-Disciplinary Design Team — Welsh Presbyterian Church
KIND and MBPT are collaborating to redevelop the former Welsh Presbyterian Church on a project to transform the existing Church and adjoining land to provide a thriving, well used and green children/family/community base which will be a centre for learning and excellence based around the principles of environmental awareness. KIND and MBPT are registered charities. KIND has worked for over 40 years to find new and imaginative ways to help children and their families from across Liverpool and Greater Merseyside cope with the effects of disadvantage and poverty. KIND currently operates from premises in Back Canning Street. MBPT is a Building Preservation Trust which aims to find new, sustainable uses for buildings at risk in the Merseyside Area. This relates to the appointment of a multi-disciplinary design team to support the development and progression of designs for the redevelopment of the Welsh Presbyterian Church.
Open procurement procedure to appoint a multi-disciplinary design team to support the development and progression of designs for the redevelopment of the Welsh Presbyterian Church and will include: Architect and lead designer/principal designer; landscape architect; structural engineer; mechanical and electrical engineer; BIM Management.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Building Conservation and Repair. Structural Engineering. Landscape Architecture. Service Engineering.
Section VI: Complementary information
Niche Procurement Ltd incorporated a standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract was communicated to tenderers. That notification provided full information on the award decision. The standstill period, which was for a minimum of 10 calendar days provided time for unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract was entered into. The Public Contracts Regulations, 2015 provides for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland).