ARCHITECT WANTED FOR CHELMSFORD CITY COUNCIL LEISURE CENTRE03 August 2015
CHELMSFORD CITY COUNCIL IS ON THE HUNT FOR AN ARCHITECT TO REDEVELOP ITS 1960S RIVERSIDE ICE AND LEISURE CENTRE
The £25 million project will create a new pool, training area, fitness suite and multi-storey car park on the prominent Victoria Road site.
The new facility will be constructed on a car park and once completed the existing leisure centre – constructed in the 1960s – will be demolished.
A nearby ice rink and sports hall – which has been home to the Chelmsford Chieftains ice hockey team since 1987 – will be retained.
Up to six teams will be shortlisted for the estimated £1.6 million design contract with bids evaluated 50 per cent on price and 50 per cent on quality.
The winning team will include a quantity surveyor, structural and civil engineer, mechanical and electrical services engineer, filtration services consultant, CDM-co-ordinator and BREEAM assessor.
Services covering transport consultancy, flood risk consultancy, landscape architecture, and building and land surveying will also be required.
The deadline for entry is 16:00 on the 17th August.
DETAILS ON HOW TO APPLY ARE BELOW
Chris Lay, Procurement Manager
Chelmsford City Council
Civic Centre, Duke Street
Tel: +44 1245606485