United Kingdom-Liverpool: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.liverpool.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.liverpool.gov.uk
Section II: Object
New Cruise Terminal — Appointment of a Lead Advisor and Multi-Disciplinary Team for Design Project management and Contract Supervision.
The Authority is seeking Tender submissions to appoint a lead advisor and a multi-disciplinary Technical Team to provide consultancy services for the detailed design development of a new permanent Cruise Terminal Facility at the former Princes Jetty, off Princes Parade, Liverpool.
The estimated value of the services is thought to be in the region of 2 000 000 - 5 000 000 GBP. This range is subject to the level of resources required and identified within tender submissions.
There are 4 separate roles:
A Lead Client Advisory Team to project manage the delivery of the new Terminal to ensure the project is delivered to the appropriate quality, approved budget and to agreed time-scales. This team will report to LCC Development Team and oversee the design development from RIBA Stage 2 to be carried out by a Technical team, procurement of a Design and Build Contractor and then manage the overall programme for delivery and construction costs.
A multi-disciplinary Team to Develop the Detail Design from RIBA Stage 2 and then to be Novated to a Design and Build Contractor (at RIBA Stage 3 or 4 to be decided by LCC).
A Client Advisory Technical Team to monitor the contractor ‘s design development from the point of Novation. This team will provide high-level technical advice on an as required basis.
A Construction Site Management Team to act as Construction Project Manager/Supervisor for the works and administer the works Contract.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
As detailed within the procurement documentation.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
This is a competitive procurement in accordance with LCC's Contract Standing Orders.
The Council will operate a standstill period of not less than 10 days between notifying bidders of its intention to award the contract and the award of the contract. This notification to bidders will provide information on the award decision.
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