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Design team sought for BCU Edgbaston campus

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Birmingham City University (BCU) is on the hunt for an architect to design a new home for its School of Education and Faculty of Health

The proposed building is the third phase of BCU’s new 5.49 hectare City South Campus in Edgbaston.

The project is part of BCU’s migration, consolidation and centralisation within two new campuses which is planned to mature in the next five years.

Earlier this month the university announced it was looking for an architect to design the 10,000m² final phase of its new City Centre Campus in Birmingham’s Eastside regeneration zone.

The new structure on the City South Campus is expected to be connected to the university’s existing Seacole Building.

The tender is split into four lots with companies free to bid for one or more of the lots.

  • Lot 1 – architect, lead consultant, catering, landscape, wayfinding and BIM,
  • Lot 2 – mechanical, electrical, public health, fire, acoustics, security, ICT, Part L consultant,
  • Lot 3 – civil and structural consultant,
  • Lot 4 – cost consultant, CDM co-ordinator, party wall surveyor.

BCU’s in-house project management team will take responsibility for delivering the project.

The deadline for requests to participate is 7 August.

How to apply

Applicants must register on the university’s e-tendering website

Contact details

Birmingham City University
City North, Perry Barr
Contact point(s): https://in-tendhost.co.uk/bcu/aspx/Home
For the attention of: David Stanley
B42 2SU Birmingham
UNITED KINGDOM
Telephone: +44 1213317444
E-mail: tenders@bcu.ac.uk
Internet address: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/bcu/aspx/Home

 

 

 

 

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