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Nuneaton & Bedworth BC (NUN)

NUN - Architectural Services Framework Agreement for DFG's

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Publication Date
13 June 2022

12:00pm, 15 July 2022

Tender ID
IT-208-13924-NUN - 13924

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (NBBC) as lead authority, are inviting Tenders for the provision of architectural services across Warwickshire for the HEART Partnership. The HEART service covers the Warwickshire area (Nuneaton and Bedworth, North Warwickshire and Rugby known as North HEART as well as Leamington, Warwick and Stratford known as South HEART). HEART is a partnership service between Warwickshire Councils which provide advice and assistance to deliver disabled adaptations and home improvements to keep homes safe, secure and warm. Caseworkers assess customers' needs and housing conditions and provide tailored advice and support on a range of issues including: - Home aids and adaptations - Housing conditions, repairs and safety matters - Benefits, grants or loans for essential building works HEART are seeking the services of Supplier's who will work collaboratively and effectively to achieve a high standard of service, ensuring quality and quick turnaround times. The services specification is based on the Royal Institute of British Architects Standard Agreement - RIBA Plan of Work 2020 compatible version with HEART specific amendments. The Architectural services are set out in the tender documentation but Supplier's should note that additional services may be included and/or amendments made to the services set out in the table below to reflect scheme specific requirements at the Call Off stage and/or as permitted by the terms and conditions included within the framework agreement. It is the Council's intention to award a minimum of three (3) and a maximum of five (5) suppliers onto the framework agreement. Contracts executed during the term of the Framework Agreement may continue after the Framework Agreement end date. IMPORTANT: There is no guarantee the Council require the services under this framework agreement and the Council does not guarantee any level of spend and/or volume of Services through the framework agreement.