United Kingdom-Truro: Urban planning and landscape architectural services
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.cornwall.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.cornwall.gov.uk
Section II: Object
Built Environment Professional Services Framework — Cornwall Council
Cornwall Council is seeking to appoint consultants to a Framework Agreement consisting of 3 lots that will be used to undertake services relating to the built environment that include development management, project management, cost management, site supervision, health and safety assessment and multi-disciplinary construction design.
The term of the Framework Agreement is intended to be for 4 years, commencing in August 2018. The objective of this procurement process is to appoint consultants to the framework that are capable, under NEC3 forms of contract, of carrying out services on behalf of the Council.
Tenderers appointed to the framework may be asked to provide works and services to all departments and wholly owned companies of the Council and potentially to other public sector bodies ("Other Organisations") in Cornwall across the geographical area of Cornwall and Plymouth as described in the OJEU Contract Notice and Schedule 12 of the Framework Agreement.
The Development manager will be appointed to act on behalf of the client in the management of the development process throughout the project lifespan, from the emergence of the initial concept to the completion of the client brief, monitoring and review of the design and construction process by others commissioned by the capital projects group and the transition of the project into the operational phase.
This Framework is for future projects and while these cannot be specified at this stage it is assumed that some of these could be delivered via European Union funds and so this should be acknowledged.
The Consultant appointed to Lot 2 will be engaged to act on behalf of the client in the management of construction projects through the project lifespan, from the emergence of the initial concept, through design, construction and operational phases. It is the intention of this procurement that it will be possible through the call off process appoint the Consultant to take responsibility for:
1) Project management of the employer or organisations construction or civil engineering works project;
2) Pre and post contract cost management (QS) services;
3) site supervision services;
4) multi-disciplinary construction design.
Each of the 4 principle disciplines will have a defined scope as set out in the tender documentation that applies to the various project stages under which call off contract may apply.
Health and Safety Assessment
The Scope of Lot 3 of the framework sets out how the consultant shall undertake site assessments, monitor and report on activities to ensure that this duty is carried out. Such duties include assessing and reporting on the site health and safety performance of Contractors to ensure site activities are being conducted in a safe manner and in compliance with current regulations.
It is expected that as a minimum 10-20 sites will be active concurrently, however during the school's summer holiday period the number of sites can peak at over 60 sites each requiring assessment at least once every 2 weeks
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information