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United Kingdom-Belfast: Architectural design services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.nicssa.co.uk
Section II: Object
NICSSA Multi Sports Facility
The objective of the project is to construct a modern, efficient and fit for purpose indoor multi-sports facility with associated changing, showering and function facilities that will be capable of hosting at least the five sports set out in the sports development plan for the project.
This objective is underpinned by a number of supporting principles. To take the project forward in a way (as far is practically possible) that.
Integrates with the existing facility
Takes account of the need for efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint
Is aesthetically pleasing given its location and exposure to ongoing media coverage.
There are 2 distinct components of the project:
New build onto existing building and upgrade/extension of existing facility:
The construction and extensive to the existing Pavilion of an indoor multi-sports facility approx. 50 metres x 30 metres complete with storage facilities.
For a complete description of this procurement please refer to the pre-qualification questionnaire package, MOI Part B.
Further information is provided in the procurement documents, please refer to MOI Part A 1.6.1 shortlist of economic operators.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Refer to PQQ documentation.
The economic operator team must be made up of the following disciplines: architect, quantity surveyor, project manager, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, structural engineer, civil engineer, landscape architect, building surveyor, principal designer, BREEAM services, Acoustician, planning consultant, transport engineer and access consultant.
The economic operators’ performance on this contract will be regularly monitored. As part of its contract management procedures, the contracting authority will use the protocol for managing poor supplier performance contained in Procurement Guidance Note PGN 01/12 – contract management principles and procedures:
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: www.nicssa.co.uk
Internet address: www.courtsni.gov.uk
This procurement is governed by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 which provides for economic operators who have suffered, or who risk suffering, loss, or damage, as a consequence of an alleged breach of the duty owed in accordance with Regulation 91 to start proceedings in the High Court. A standstill period will commence at the point information on the award of the contract is communicated to tenderers. That notification will provide information on the award decision. The standstill period, which will be for a minimum of 10 calendar days,provides time for unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered into. Any proceedings relating to any perceived non-compliance with the relevant law must be started within 30 days, beginning with the date when.