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Competition: BBC framework

Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff, by FAT and Holder Mathias Architects
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The BBC is recruiting consultants for a new £10 million framework

The three-year agreement – planned to conclude in 2021 – will engage between three and five architects, project managers, engineers and cost managers in four separate lots.

Architects chosen for the framework will cover a range of projects from RIBA Stages 0 through to 7, including external architecture, planning approvals, interior design, space planning, client consultation and space analysis.

In its brief, the BBC says it ‘requires suppliers to be able to deliver their project services across the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 stages 0 and 6. In addition some services will relate to buildings that are in use RIBA Stage 7.

‘Projects will use industry standard contracts such NEC or JCT and a point of cost or risk transfer to the contracting organisation.’

The corporation’s headquarters are at Broadcasting House in London, and it operates regional production centres in Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow, Newcastle and Manchester, along with many other local facilities. Broadcasting House was refurbished and extended by MacCormac Jamieson Prichard and Sheppard Robson in 2013.

FAT and Holder Mathias Architects completed a BBC drama production facility in Cardiff Bay (pictured) six years ago.

The deadline for applications is 2pm, 16 August.

How to apply

View the contract notice for more information

Contact details

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Broadcasting House, Portland Place
London
W1A 1AA

Tel: +44 1234567890
Email: caroline.tonge@bbc.co.uk
Fax: +44 1234567890

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