The Lincoln University Burns Building currently houses the Agriculture and Life Science Department and the Bio-Protection Research Centre. This includes 245 staff and post graduate students, and hosts lectures, teaching labs, general labs and offices.
Lincoln University is currently in the final stages of constructing the Waimarie building (also on the Lincoln University Campus, next door to the Burns Building). Once completed the Waimarie building will replace the Burns building.
Lincoln University are seeking the services of an experienced Relocation Company to decant the users, lab equipment, offices, and goods within the Burns Building into the Waimarie Building via a staged programme.
Special consideration will need to be given to:
- The delicate nature of the lab equipment and goods being moved including the Southern Hemispheres largest entomology collection.
- PC2 labs
- Relocation of Hazardous goods ie. Lab chemicals
- Large and awkward lab items such as -80 freezers
- Challenging access
- Health and safety requirements, as the new Waimarie will not have reached Code of Compliance
The start date for the decant is programmed for 9 June 2023. This is dictated by the completion date of the Waimarie Building. It is essential that the decant is completed as quickly as possible (while working in with users and Lincoln Universities teaching timetable) as Lincoln University has committed to dates that the building needs to be demolished by.
|Closing||27 Mar 2023 12:00 PM NZDT|
|Notice Type||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Contact Details||Rhys Evans|
|Published||27 Feb 2023 11:30 AM NZDT|
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