British High Commission, Abuja Nigeria: RIBA Stage D to completion
Provision of planned maintenance for new offices and amenities at the British High Commission, Abuja, Nigeria
The design and construction of 6000m² of concrete frame deep footprint open plan offices generally of four storey construction incorporating mechanical ventilation
and VRF cooling. Associated accommodation includes a fully fitted out medical clinic, mechanics workshops and external works. the contractor will be required to adopt the detailed design at RIBA stage D, to complete the detailed design and be responsible for handing over the completed project to a defined completion date 18 months after commencement on site.
Damages will apply for late completion. Detailed design and construction are to be carried out to a high standard equivalent to those found on European Headquarter projects. The contractor will be required to submit details of the design to the employers team for comment prior to commencement of construction. All works to be carried out under one contract which will be based on GC Works 1 Single Stage with contractors design, all project documentation will be in English. The works will not be let in packages but as a single entire contract for design and construction. Construction work. Landscaping work. Clinic construction work.Architectural design services.
Time limit for receipt of requests for documents or for accessing documents: 9.4.2010 - 11:00.
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: 15.4.2010 - 11:00.
Date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates: 17.6.2010.
Client contact details:
Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Corporate Procurement Group, Estates Contracts, Room 1/100, Old Admiralty Building, The Mall, Contact: Corporate Procurement Group, Attn: Mr T Wilson, London SW1A 2PA Tel. +44 2070081406. E-mail: email@example.com. Fax +44 2070080970
Contractors expressing interest will be required to attend an interview in Nigeria during week commencing 26.4.2010 at a date and time to be advised. As part of the interview contractors will be required to arrange for the employers consultant team to visit the office that would undertake the project and a current construction site of similar size and complexity to this project (minimum value £5m GBP) in Nigeria and preferably within Abuja. Contractors are required to advise the location of their proposed office and site as part of the expression of interest.
Applicants responding to this do so at their own cost as the authority will not provide any financial contribution to expression of interest or tendering costs.
Applicant who previously provided information in response to notice 2008/S91 - 123295 are requested to provide a new submission given the passage of time since the original application was made.