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United Kingdom-Oxford: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework Contract for Professional Services related to Construction
Oxford Direct Services have awarded all 8 lots under a framework for professional services relating to construction.
The Lead Consultant is the consultant that directs the work of the Consultant Team and is the main point of contact for communication between ODS and the Consultant Team, except for on significant design issues where the lead designer may become the main point of contact.
The Project Manager may be appointed in order to:
Help ODS develop their preliminary business case and initial strategic brief.
Advise on the selection and appointment of the Consultant Team (and perhaps to manage the appointment process).
Help ODS to organise themselves and identify the roles and responsibilities of client representatives, champions and user panels.
Issue information and instructions on behalf of the ODS.
Develop a project execution plan, including selection of procurement route and contracts.
Contribute to risk management exercises.
Contribute to value management exercises.
Contribute to design reviews.
Advise on the selection of contractors.
Oversee change control procedures.
Advise ODS on disputes.
Monitor and assess overall client programmes and cost plans (which may include items beyond the scope of the main contract or Lead Consultants appointments).
Advise on the transition from construction to occupation.
Management of teams/sub-consultants
Construction project and programme management
Supervision of cost control – QS work, management and advice
Contract administration (selection of appropriate terms with ODS)
Procurement advice for the construction phase
Life cycle costing
The Lead or Principle Designer (sometimes referred to as the design coordinator), directs and co-ordinates other designers in the Consultant Team as well as any specialist designers that are appointed
Outline/detail/final design proposals
Contract documentation and administration
New build and refurbishment
BIM 3D modelling
Breeam and energy rating design
• Cost control – QS work, advice and managing all aspects of the contractual and financial side of construction projects. Quantity surveyors to manage all the costs on a construction project.
Services Engineers to advise about, design, install and maintain cost-effective and energy efficient systems for building services such as water, lighting, heating, air conditioning, lifts, and telecoms
Structural Engineers to design, plan and oversee the construction of new buildings and bridges, or alterations and extensions to existing properties or other structures.
Planning & Master Planning
• Town and Country Planning
• Liaison with planning Authorities
• Site appraisal
• Development strategies
• Development briefs
• Regeneration strategy
• Section 106 agreements
• Expert witness advice
• Illustrations and briefing documents
• Social, economic,statutory and financial issues
• Advising on development proposals
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Planning and Master Planning
Section VI: Complementary information