Capital Projects is responsible for all stages of the delivery of major projects from the preparation of the initial brief, to the final handover of a completed and functioning facility, ensuring best value for money and meeting environmental best practice.
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Telephone: 0117 928 8649 (ext: 88649)
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday from 8am to 5pm, and 8am to 4.30pm on Friday
All new project work commitments will be considered by the Capital Investment Programme Board (CIPB) before University Planning and Resources Committee (UPARC) releases approval for a project to proceed through a Project Board. The Project Board will manage and coordinate the process from inception to completion.
Project Boards will include Head of Capital Projects and an academic representative, the client will be represented by the Pro-Vice Chancellor, Dean of Faculty, Bursar and Finance Director, who will form the Corporate Board. Project Management and the design work will be undertaken by a team of consultants, external to the University, who are carefully selected for each specific project. Other key members of the project team are the Clerks of Works who supervise construction, a Commissioning Consultant who ensures the scheme works correctly and a CDM Co-ordinator who ensures compliance with Health and Safety legislation.
Consultants external to the University are sourced from the Consultants Framework which is renewed every 4 years.
Disciplines included are: Project Management, Architect, Quantity Surveyor, Mechanical and Electrical, Structural and Commissioning. For further information please contact Estates Contracting
Professionally qualified staff, with many years experience of delivering larger scale construction industry projects on budget and on time. They facilitate the creation of buildings, which are designed with consideration of environmental impacts and with the aim of attaining high level BREEAM design and assessment standards for sustainable buildings, consistently providing innovative, quality space environments for staff and students.
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