Portcullis House has seven stories built around a rectangular atrium. The atrium is covered by a glazed roof at second floor level, providing plenty of natural light in an airy â€œconservatoryâ€ environment. It accommodates the Debate, the Adjournment, the Despatch Box Cafe, the Post Office, Attendantsâ€™ Area, the Vote Office and the Membersâ€™ Centre. The Works consist of a number of elements of work intended to improve the Portcullis House Atrium. This comprises: - Extending the Despatch Box Cafe unit into the adjacent Post Office and remove the dividing wall between the units. Fit out extended Despatch Box to newly designed layout including all mechanical and electrical services. - Relocate the Post Office into the area currently known as the Attendantsâ€™ Area, removing the dividing wall in the current unit. Fit out to newly designed layout including all mechanical and electrical services. - Minor fit out Works to the Membersâ€™ Centre to newly designed layout including all mechanical and electrical services. As Portcullis House may be considered as a building of special architectural and historic interest at some future point, it is important that any alterations are carried out with the utmost care to conserve the architectural integrity of the building. The Works will be taking place in a live environment and careful liaising with all stakeholders will be extremely important to successfully complete the project. Please express your interest via the House of Commons procurement portal https://in-tendhost.co.uk/parliamentuk/aspx/Home Please note your expressions of interest via our In-Tend procurement portal to be received no later than 12 noon Thursday 24 January 2013..
The House of Commons
020 7219 1600
Contract value: 120000.00 - 160000.00GBP
Published: 10 Jan 2013, Receipt by: 24 Jan 2013
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