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Old Feb 26th 2009, 12:04 pm   #16
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what's the submission deadline?
2 weeks.
If it is compliant, it is a done deal
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Old Feb 26th 2009, 7:34 pm   #17
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Right,... any SENIOR architect designers want a project, easy cash?

Need someone to respond to an RFP for the design phase of a project (no physical build,...just the design components.

We will be paying $1000 per day on award of this project (6-8 month duration.)

The 1st phase is to generate the Statement of Work (from any location)

The 2nd phase is UK based, and we can pay offshore/ tax free

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Contract Administration.
A. Site Design: including site master plan, on-site utility systems, off-site utility works, parking areas, service utility tunnels/trenches and interconnectivity, to existing and proposed buildings, pedestrian lanes and ramps with shade structures, fire protection and security systems, drainage system, building orientation, site access gates and roadways, land forms, landscaping, vehicular, pedestrian and service traffic impact analysis, topographical surveys and other related environmental determinates.

B. Architectural Design: including space programming and planning, Faculty floor plan roof layouts, room data sheets, furniture and equipment layouts, building forms and exteriors, selection of building systems, components and materials, life safety layouts.

C. Interior Design: including formulation and development of flexible, modular interior design master plan standards for the project and also applicable to the rest of the existing facility, selection of interior finishes, materials and furnishings, colour schemes, artwork, signage and graphics way-finding systems and lighting design.

D. Structural Design: including materials and structural system, alternative structural systems with consideration studies, site civil engineering works.

E. Mechanical Design: including heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, fire protection and suppression, plumbing and sanitary systems, BMS, medical gases networks.

F. Electrical Design: including power distribution systems, auxiliary power systems, switch gear, generators, lighting, fire detection and signalling systems, data and communication networks, monitoring, access control systems

G. Other Design Services: including acoustics (sound control),traffic engineering.

H. Cost Estimates and Bill of Quantities

I. Technical specifications for all sections of the work: utilizing standard master specification system setting forth in detail all requirements for the construction, fully coordinated with the drawings and other contract documents.

J. Presentations and Review Submissions: including scaled models, coloured exterior/interior perspectives, computer animations, virtual walkthroughs, material sample boards, presentation and working drawings and other related contract documentation.

K. Bid Evaluation: and construction tender analysis, including responding to bidders questions and clarifications.


JD, What's the mobilization% on concept approval? Will it be cash too?
£/$/Euro?
PM'ing you re this.
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As above, if any of you or your architect friends want some good cash for a few evenings work....lemmie know.
Need some consultancy for a few hours and can be done alongside any current role if your lucky enough still to have a job in this current climate
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As above, if any of you or your architect friends want some good cash for a few evenings work....lemmie know.
Need some consultancy for a few hours and can be done alongside any current role if your lucky enough still to have a job in this current climate
wouldnt that be illegal working two jobs
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wouldnt that be illegal working two jobs
It's only a crime if you get caught.....
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wouldnt that be illegal working two jobs
how do you think the cad monkeys make their money
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JD, What's the mobilization% on concept approval? Will it be cash too?
£/$/Euro?
PM'ing you re this.
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Im quite surprised to be honest, I expected more of a response considering the current state of the job market??
Maybe the press is right, and dubai has not been hit that bad and that i should invest in property as its about to sky-rocket again...........
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Im quite surprised to be honest, I expected more of a response considering the current state of the job market??
Maybe the press is right, and dubai has not been hit that bad and that i should invest in property as its about to sky-rocket again...........

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Im quite surprised to be honest, I expected more of a response considering the current state of the job market??
Maybe the press is right, and dubai has not been hit that bad and that i should invest in property as its about to sky-rocket again...........
yes invest in property and I shall come and do your interiors
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by moonlighting at the Zoo

would not surprise me judging by some I have seen in action
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