The University of Canterbury’s Faculty of Law is currently located across several locations within the UC Ilam campus. Following the realignment of the School of Business and Law into separate schools, a need was identified to relocate the Faculty of Law to create a sense of place and identity, as well as enabling space efficiencies across campus.
The Karl Popper building has been identified as the new location for the Faculty of Law. This project will involve amendments to the current building’s floorplans to create a fit-for-purpose facility for the Faculty of Law staff and students.
Test fit plans for the Karl Popper were completed in 2022 and will be a starting point for the design. The design will be carried out in two phases; preliminary design first to update and finalise the layout, followed by developed/detailed design as a single second stage.
WHAT WE NEED
We require an experienced and capable consultant to lead, deliver and co-ordinate the design development for the Project and monitor construction through to handover. The completion of the detailed design is programmed for Q3 2024, with handover scheduled for Q3 2025.
The Successful Respondent will have the capacity and resources to deliver consultancy services that include:
o a cost effective design solution;
o design solutions that satisfy UC’s requirements;
o Providing a leadership role to a multidisciplinary design team to achieve co-ordinated delivery of the Project;
o meeting timeline and performance deliverables;
o compliance with the UC’s Design Guidelines and UC protocols;
o compliance with CIC Guidelines;
o CM4 Construction Monitoring of the works;
Department/Business Unit: People, Culture & Campus
|Closing||16 Oct 2023 2:00 PM NZDT|
|Notice Type||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Contact Details||Philip Shaw
|Published||18 Sep 2023 3:00 PM NZST|