Description of work required
The Project Team wishes to appoint a suitably experienced consultant to deliver an interpretation design for the Innerpeffray Library that will create a clear, logical and engaging visitor journey around the site that incorporates the key features of the site and tells the story of the site.
The consultant is expected to design, manufacture and install all interpretive elements included in the design.
The interpretation design should include the following elements:
The overall theme of the Innerpeffray Library interpretation plan is to tell the story of how the printed word, the availability of books through public lending libraries and the spread of literacy through universal school education have shaped Scottish society. The unique place of the Innerpeffray Library in this story, as the first free public lending library in Scotland, should be highlighted. The working title of the overall experience that will tell this story is “the Long Walk for Knowledge”.
The total budget for designing, producing and installing the interpretive design is £30,000. This is inclusive of all VAT, professional fees, transport and other costs.
The chosen consultant would be expected to demonstrate that their proposed interpretive plan can be realised within this budget and include a budget breakdown of how this amount is allocated across the elements included in their design.
The full invitation to quote document is available to download here: PKCT Invitation to Quote - INNERPEFFRAY
|Invitation to quote issued||Thursday 15th November 2018|
|Pre tender site visit||Tuesday 27th November 2018|
|Deadline for submission of Tenders||9am, Monday 10th December 2018|
|Tender Presentations||Tuesday 18th December 2018|
|Appointment of consultant||Wednesday 19th December 2018|
|Inception meeting||Tuesday 8th January 2018|
|Design Completed and Signed-Off||Friday 29th March 2019|
|Design Manufacture and Installation Completed||Friday 31st May 2019|
Any questions about this invitation to quote should be submitted to Andrew Barrie.
Andrew Barrie, Strategic Routes Officer
Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust
Pullar House, Kinnoull Street
Perth, PH1 5GD
T: 01738 475 339 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to attend the pre-tender site visit, please contact Andrew Barrie for details.
Tenders should be submitted to Andrew Barrie no later than 09:00 on Monday 10th December 2018.
Scottish Charity No. SC027481