Central Public Works Department (CPWD) has invited tenders for Architectural Planning and Design of North East Cultural and Information Centre Building including services and external development at Sec-13, Dwarka in New Delhi. The building is coming up on 1.32 acres of land and the project will consist of Museum, Exhibition space, Seminar Room, Gymnasium, Library, Guest room, Staff Qtrs., display cum sale space, Restaurant & Food Court, Auditorium. The office building will be raised with local and surrounding architectural touch possessing an ambience designed in accordance with standard green building concept and guidelines.
The Buildings shall be designed suitable for the comfortable usage of differently abled persons as per the latest versions of “Guidelines and space standards for Barrier free Built Environment for Disabled and Elderly Persons” published by CPWD (Central Public Works Department, Ministry of Urban Affairs & Employment), India Swachh Bharat Guidelines and the stipulations of the statutory bodies, for the respective areas of staff, public and toilets etc. The campus shall have a Rain Water Harvesting System and STP system as per the norms.
The total built up Plinth area will be approximately 14,000 sq.m. The building should incorporate North East (Oriental) character.
The scope of services for the consultant is to provide comprehensive Architecture and allied consultancy services including site layout, Interior, Landscape, Infrastructure, signage and graphic design for office buildings with all support facilities within the plot of land of area of 1.32 Acre or 5342 sq.m by following local bye-laws and other statutory provision as applicable at the location.
The consultant will have to carry out site evaluation and prepare site zoning and to propose various options for layout of the proposed buildings, their linkages in consultation with Client/Employer etc., prepare building wise floor plans, prepare interior design and room wise equipment /furniture layout/furnishing, etc.
Tender Reference Number: 23/EE/DAD/2018-19
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