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New School of Law Building, City University, London

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The City University is inviting Expressions of Interest from Architects and MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health) Services Engineers for the new School of Law building to be constructed on its Sebastian Street site, London.

The new facility will be approximately 10 200 m² gross and must be operationally complete by Summer 2012.

Expressions of Interest will be considered from separate or multi-disciplinary companies, who can demonstrate a track record of working with named other firms where both Architecture and Services Engineering were successfully integrated from the outset to create facilities with excellent energy, environmental and sustainable credentials. The project ought to target and achieve top quartile performance in the areas stated, bearing in mind criteria that will be relevant beyond 2012.

Joint bids will be particularly welcome, although separate commissions are envisaged where services are not provided by a multi-disciplinary firm. City University may wish to novate design firms following a substantial level of design definition.

EU: 2008/S 29-039121

CONTACT:
City University, Northampton Square, Contact: David Evans, UK-London EC1V 0HB. Tel. 020 70 40 31 34. E-mail: d.evans-2@city.ac.uk. Fax 020 70 40 30 34.
www.city.ac.uk/purchasing_services.

TIME-LIMIT FOR RECEIPT OF TENDERS OR REQUESTS TO PARTICIPATE:
12.3.2008 - 12:00

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