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South Tyneside College redevelopment

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South Tyneside College is seeking separately to appoint providers of various professional services with an architect as a lead member of the design team to assist in the redevelopment and construction of a new college on its Westoe and Hebburn sites.

At the Westoe site, the new integrated Sixth Form College and Marine College, approximately 22,000m2, will be constructed on existing accommodation. Selected demolition will be necessary to enable the phasing construction of the development.

At the Hebburn campus, a new FE college, approximately 12 000m2 will be constructed and phased around the existing college accommodation. There may also be rationalisation of on-site accommodation although a final decision at this stage has not been made.

The existing college facilities must remain in full operation throughout the construction period. The proposed start of the construction is late 2008/ early 2009 with the intention that all facilities will be operational by late 2011. The estimated construction value, excluding consultant fees, specialist fixtures and fittings and VAT is £52 million.

Details: Mark Fairhurst,
Senior Buyer,
South Tyneside College,
St George's Avenue,
South Shields NE34 6ET,
Tyne And Wear.

Tel. +44 (0)191 4273513
E-mail: Mark.Fairhurst@stc.ac.uk
Fax +44(0)191 4273997

EU code: 2007/S 178-218032

Apply by: 15.10.2007 - 17:00

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