Position: Interpretation Consultant
Organisation: The Churches Conservation Trust
Location: Sudbury, Suffolk
Closing date: 23/5/2019 (midday)
Maximum Contract Value: £5,000
We need an imaginative, experienced and collaborative Interpretation Consultant (or Consultant team) for the Development phase of our Heritage Fund supported regeneration project at the Grade I listed St Peter’s Sudbury.
The consultant will be required to:
- Work with the St Peter’s project team to develop interpretation ideas to RIBA Stage 3;
- Advise on digital approach to interpretation;
- Assist in identifying low cost but quality suppliers for interpretation materials;
- Provide recommendations to the St Peter’s project team on the most appropriate way to procure and manage the design, manufacture and fit out of the interpretation;
- Visualise the interpretation scheme, and working with the design team, integrate into the RIBA Stage 3 designs;
- Provide detailed cost plan for interpretation materials, and ongoing costs (maintenance or other);
- Work with the St Peter’s working groups, professional team, Activity/Business Planning Consultants in developing the proposals and consulting the local community on design options and development;
- Assist the project team as required with the NLHF formal Stage 2 review;
- Support a high quality Heritage Fund Round 2 bid submission at the end of the development phase, principally through the delivery of an Interpretation Plan;
- Attend project meetings as required.
This contract relates to the Development phase of the Round 2 bid to the Heritage Fund and the production of a costed interpretation design up to RIBA 3.
The maximum budget for the Interpretation planning contract is £5000 excluding VAT but including all expenses (travel costs etc.).
Closing date: Thursday 23rd May (midday)
Interviews in Sudbury: Tuesday 4th June
For further details about the project and this commission please visit: https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/what-we-do/regeneration-and-communities/regeneration-projects/st-peters-sudbury-regen.html