Refurbishment of Big Lottery Fund’s Offices in Birmingham

Refurbishment of Big Lottery Fund’s Offices in Birmingham

The project is primarily to achieve these occupancy requirements, but also to refresh and re-organise what is now an old and worn interior.

Design and Refurbishment of Big Lottery Fund Offices at Apex House

Big Lottery Fund

Contract summary

Industry

Construction and Real Estate

Location of contract

Any region

Value of contract (£)

£0 – £2,000,000

Published date

14 June 2016

Closing date

12 July 2016

Contract start date

01 September 2016

Contract end date

28 April 2017

Description

The Big Lottery Fund is a Non-Departmental Government Body investing in communities through a range of funding programmes, from small grants programmes like Awards for All to large strategic programmes like Reaching Communities. It distributes funds raised through the National Lottery and also supports the distribution of government funding to good causes. The Birmingham Centre is home to the England Investments Team that awards grants to good causes throughout England and the UK. Further it is the main critical operational centre for the Fund’s in house; IT, HR, Finance and Audit services.The Fund currently employs 290 staff in the Birmingham Centre Big Lottery Fund has occupied the whole of Apex house for the last 10 years under a full repair and maintenance lease. As of the 7th September 2016 it will reduce its occupancy to floors 2, 3 and 4 only, with the common areas returning to landlord management. As part of the new lease, Big Lottery Fund will need to comply with the Government Property Unit’s approval, namely:- • Sub-let half of one floor to another government department. We anticipate that this will be the West end (Harborne Road side / ‘Non Kitchen Side’) of the second floor • Achieve an occupancy of less than 1 desk per employee. We are keen to achieve at least 9.5 desks per 10 employees. We anticipate needing 280 desks in total The project is primarily to achieve these occupancy requirements, but also to refresh and re-organise what is now an old and worn interior; Also to replace the mechanical plant and controls on the floors to achieve greater reliability and consistency of air temperatures and flows. It is important to the Fund that the project demonstrates an investment in the wellbeing of its staff whilst being mindful of its obligations to use public funds appropriately. The target budget for this project is circa £2 million.

About the buyer

Address

Apex House

3 Embassy Drive

Edgbaston Birmingham

B15 1TR

England

Email

procurement@biglotteryfund.org.uk

Other information

Attachments

Apex Housing Third Floor – Existing Plan

Apex House Third Floor – Existing Plan.pdf

Pre Construction Information Rev B

Pre-construction Information Rev B.pdf

Existing Layout Showing Demolition – Second Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_02-Demolition.pdf

Pre Construction Information

Pre-construction Information.docx

Proposed Plantroom Plan

2612 AL (2) 07 – Proposed Plantroom Plan .pdf

Proposed General Arrangement – Second Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_02-PGA (1).pdf

Existing Layout Showing Demolition – Third Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_03-Demolition.pdf

Clarification 1

Clarification 1 – BIG001-0747.doc

Green Wishlist

Green Wish List (002).docx

ITT Design and Refurbishment of Big Lottery Fund Offices Apex House

BIG001-0747 ITT Design and Refurbishment of Big Lottery Fund Offices Apex House.doc

Accessibility

Accessbility.docx

Proposed Basement Plan

2612 AL (2) 01 – Proposed Basement Plan.pdf

Proposed General Arrangement – Third Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_03-PGA.pdf

Existing Layout Showing Demolition – Fourth Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_04-Demolition.pdf

Proposed General Arrangement – Fourth Floor

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_04-PGA.pdf

Apex Housing Second Floor – Existing Plan

Apex House Second Floor – Exisiting Plan.pdf

Typical T Point Elevation

16.007_ALL_PGA_E_T POINT DETAIL.pdf

Apex Housing Fourth Floor – Existing Plan

Apex House Fourth Floor – Existing Plan.pdf

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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