The University of Southampton has announced a new construction consultancy framework worth nearly £37 million in fees
The four-year agreement will be divided into 12 separate lots including town planning and architecture. Chosen teams will have the opportunity to work on a range of new development, refurbishment and maintenance projects worth up to £50 million.
Up to eight teams will be selected to the architecture lot, expected to be worth around £3 million in fees. Teams selected for projects will be required to deliver a range of services including the design and development of drawings, models, schedules, specifications, and quality control.
The university says it the framework agreement will support it in ’the delivery of its estates capital development programme and in the ongoing maintenance of its existing estate and facilities’.
Projects will include infrastructure maintenance and upgrades, refurbishments, demolition and new build.
Southampton University was founded in 1862 and has around 24,000 students and 5,000 staff. It has seven teaching campuses with its main functions based in the Highfield area of the coastal city. Landmark buildings include a library and student union by Giles Gilbert Scott, and a senior common room, chemistry building and halls of residence designed by Basil Spence and Partners.
Grimshaw completed a new Maritime Centre of Excellence on the university’s Boldrewood site three years ago.
The latest framework’s 12 lots cover town planning, project management (major projects), cost management (major projects), civil engineering, project management and building surveying (minor projects), building services, engineering and ITC, structural engineering, transportation engineering, architectural design services (minor), sustainability consultancy, landscape architecture, and commissioning engineering.
The deadline for applications is midday, 19 March.
How to apply
View the contract notice for more information
University of Southampton
Tel: +44 2380595000