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FWK1121-Programme, Project and Cost Management Services - AWARD

Publication Platform
IN-TEND LIMITED

Publication Date
21 December 2020

Deadline
12:00pm, 12 November 2019

Tender ID
FWK1121 - AWARD

Winners
Mace(Restricted Access) (£0)

Description
The Authority intends to establish a sole supplier framework with a suitably qualified and experienced provider of programme, project and cost management services to support a portfolio of projects predominantly (but not exclusively) on Parliaments' Northern Estate. The Services may include but may not be limited to programme management; project management; contract administration (NEC3/NEC4 suite of contracts); cost management / consultancy; design management; change management; risk management; construction management; health and Safety and CDM advisory services; stakeholder management; statutory planning and approvals project management; programme controls and reporting; moves management and other similar or related construction project management services as may be required by the Authority. The Authority intends to establish a sole supplier framework with a suitably qualified and experienced provider of programme, project and cost management services to support a portfolio of projects predominantly (but not exclusively) on Parliaments' Northern Estate. Consisting of a unique built asset portfolio, the Northern Estate consists of a range of Grade I, II and II* listed buildings several of which require refurbishment due to, amongst other factors, the age and fragility of the buildings; the inadequacy of mechanical and electrical services; poor environmental performance; fire safety improvement requirements and otherwise. Services may also be required to support the Northern Estate Programme to develop additional space and facilities required for the House of Commons to decant from the Palace of Westminster, including an operational Chamber, Committee rooms and House support services. While the Authority's current preference is for a single point of responsibility model, it is willing to consider other models / constructs. The Services may include but not be limited to: - Programme management; - Project management; - Contract administration (NEC3/NEC4 suite of contracts); - Cost management / consultancy; - Design management; - Change management; - Risk management; - Construction management; - Health and Safety and CDM advisory services; - Stakeholder management; - Statutory planning and approvals project management; - Programme controls and reporting; - Moves management; - Other similar or related construction project management services as may be required by the Authority. Estate projects and programmes utilise the RIBA Plan of Work 2013; CIC Level 2 BIM and the NEC3/4 suite of contracts. The authority recognise that the estate programme of work will require an experienced and suitably skilled programme, project and cost management team capable of managing the scale, technical complexity, logistical complexity, heritage considerations and level of public scrutiny of the programme(s).