University Building Services Partnering with us in Estate Management Mike Phipps Director of Building Services
Why have we invited you here today? We have been changing and developing Our internal market has been creating more demands Partnering with our contractors and suppliers is essential to our own success
University Building Services We have developed our business to become more focussed on achieving targets We have re-branded ourselves within the University We want to establish our position with you in our supply chain We want to pass on some Health and Safety information that you will need
University Building Services 1999 to 2003 Expenditure Programme Your piece of the action Annual external maintenance spend will be circa £1000k to £3000k, dependant on our own financial constraints Annual capital spend will be mainly to support research initiatives This will be mainly funded by others
University Building Services We will not be building our own student accommodation, this will be achieved by schemes which are off balance sheet to us New build will be limited, we have few suitable site left We have a stock of older buildings that will be strategically converted eg. Homeopathic Hospital
University Building Services Funding of £600M is available to the sector for research We hope our share of this will be £30M over the next 2 to 3 years Other strategic funding is being sought, this might be worth £3 to £5M to us if we are successful Our main thrust for the next 2-3 years will be in Medical Research
UNIVERSITY BUILDING SERVICES Faculty Teams & Project Life- Cycle presented by Jim Fyfe Surveyor / Faculty Team Leader
Faculty Teams & Project Life Cycle Increase Understanding Of The Diversity Of Problems. Demonstrate Our Professional Commitment To Addressing These Problems.
How Faculty Teams Work Overview Of UBS Structure. The Three Faculty Teams. Faculty Team Structure.
University Building Services CAD Bureau Computing & Networking Consultancy Medical Arts Engineering Student Residences Student Halls Tenanted Properties Sciences Social Science Law
Project Life Cycle How Do Projects Start - Where Do They Come From? Types Of Project. Stages Of A Project.
Project Origins Requests From Building Users. UBS Planned Maintenance Work. Research Grants (Wellcome, Wolfson etc). HEFCE Initiatives. University Centrally Funded Projects.
Types Of Projects Refurbishment. Maintenance (term). Capital Maintenance. Newbuild. Small Works.
Stages Of A Project I N C E P T I O N F E A S A B I L I T Y D E S I G N & C O S T I N G T E N D E R ON - SITE HANDOVER Final Washdown Time Cost MOVE-IN
UNIVERSITY BUILDING SERVICES Faculty Team Duties & Design Service presented by Steve Hyde Surveyor / Faculty Team Leader
Faculty Team Duties Responsible for all aspects of building & services related matters in faculty premises (except routine & first call reactive maintenance & Capital New Build) Projects can range from small planned or reactive maintenance works or minor alteration works, to major refurbishment schemes or even new build.
Resourcing (Assemble the project team) In-house? consultant? or a mixture? Who will be Project Manager? (Project Manager and Contract Supervisor roles nearly always undertaken in-house) Planning Supervisor? Surveyor / Architect Electrical Design Eng. H & V Design Eng. Contracts Supervisor Departmental Rep. Quantity surveyor Structural Engineer Other Specialists
Project Managers (Their role) To own and be responsible for all aspects of the project works. To coordinate the project team and other interested and involved parties. To own and control the budget. To report to UBS senior managers. Usually the professional with the greatest work input in the project, or the Surveyor in multidisciplinary projects.
Detail Design Specification & Tendering From Design Brief to Tender Report Team members involved: Surveyor (and/or architect) M & E Design Engineers Assisted by: CAD Operator / Draughtsman Specialist Consultants Liaising with: Departmental Rep. Local Authority etc. Other UoB Service Providers
Contract Administration & Cost Control From Order (Contract) to Final Account Principal Involvement: Project Manager Contracts Supervisor Design Team With assistance from: Specialist Consultants UoB Service Providers UBS Administration
Contracts Supervisors (Their role - Projects) Work directly to Project Manager and other members of Design team. To act as eyes and ears on site. To keep site records. To liaise with Contractors, Design team, Users & Other UoB Service Providers. To improve communication. To improve quality control.
Completion & Occupation Project Manager, with assistance from: Design team - Defects and commission. Contracts Supervisor - Coordination. ----------------------------------------------------- Ensure works are safe for occupation / use. Ensure all services /facilities are operational Handover to (and train) maintenance team.
William Liew Finance Office (responsible for Building Services Department)
The University Building Services Department Tendering Requirements Approved Contractor Lists - Financial Review Invoice/Payment processes - helping us to help you -ACH Programme
The University Turnover £170M (with 2/3 from Government) 4,000 staff 9,200 undergraduate 2,600 postgraduate Net Asset of £300M > 350 buildings (from Grade 2 listed to high tech laboratories; with 4,000 bedspaces)
Building Services Staff of 120 Total Maintenance and Utility Budget of £10M Capital budget of £15M Plus £1M to £2M direct expenditure by other departments
Public Accountability Tendering Requirement Approved Contractor List Financial Review –minimum 2 years accounts (not extracts) –if no recent accounts, then would not be on the list but may be approved for a specific job –size/profitability/track record/ working capital/gearing/cash flow
UNIVERSITY BUILDING SERVICES COST OFFICE presented by Anthony Cornell-Hewlett Cost Office Supervisor
Conclusions Contractors on site represent both own firm and Building Services No order numbers and we will not process invoice. Address: Building Services Department, –1-9 Old Park Hill, Bristol, BS2 8BB Monthly cheques raised - invoices are paid at the end of the month following the month of raising, i.e. December 98 (and prior) invoices are paid end of January 99. All invoices in the system will be paid accordingly. The sooner the invoice get in the system, the sooner it will be paid - hence the ORDER NUMBER helps everyone.
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL SAFETY OFFICE CHARLES J. FAIRMAN MIOSH, MISTR, RSP
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY TO ENSURE THAT THE ACTIVITIES OF CONTRACTORS DO NOT POSE A HAZARD TO UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES, VISITORS, STUDENTS, OTHER CONTRACTORS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO ENSURE THAT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY DO NOT POSE A HAZARD TO CONTRACTORS
SAFETY OFFICE RESPONSIBILITIES ADVISE BUILDING SERVICES ON ALL MATTERS RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CHECK ALL HEALTH AND SAFETY PLANS (CDM) APPROVE ALL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICYS SUBMITTED BY CONTRACTORS INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS INVOLVING CONTRACTORS
HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT OF INTENT SAFETY ORGANISATION ARRANGEMENTS
HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY COMMON FAULTS NOT SIGNED OR NOT SIGNED WITHIN LAST TWO YEARS NO DETAILS OF HOW H&S IS TO BE MANAGED REFERENCES TO OUT OF DATE LEGISLATION COPIED FROM ANOTHER COMPANY
HAZARDS IN THE UNIVERSITY LABORATORIES –CHEMICALS –RADIATION DUCTS SINKS & DRAINS FUME CUPBOARDS & DUCTING EXPERIMENTS
HAZARDS IN THE UNIVERSITY ANIMAL HOUSES ASBESTOS STUDENTS –ACCESS –SECURITY OF EQUIPT
HAZARDS IN THE UNIVERSITY OTHER CONTRACTORS –ELECTRICITY PERMIT TO WORK LOCKING OFF
WHAT DO WE REQUIRE OF CONTRACTORS ? CO-OPERATE WITH THE UNIVERSITY SAFETY PROCEDURES AND TO COMPLY WITH OWN AS DETAILED IN THE H&S POLICY CARRY OUT SUITABLE AND SUFFICIENT RISK ASSESSMENTS USE COMPETENT EMPLOYEES WITH SUITABLE SUPERVISION TO SUPPLY ADEQUATE WARNING OF ANY CHANGES IN SCHEDULES TO SUPPLY DETAILS OF ANY ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS TO NOT START WORK UNTIL CLEARANCE HAS BEEN GIVEN
WHAT IF IT GOES WRONG ALL ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS WILL BE INVESTIGATED DETAILS WILL BE PASSED TO THE HSE CONTRACTORS AT FAULT MAY BE REMOVED FROM THE APPROVED LIST FINANCIAL COMPENSATION WILL BE SOUGHT FROM CONTRACTORS CAUSING INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
UNIVERSITY BUILDING SERVICES Potential Hazards presented by Geoff Andrews Works Officer
University Building Services Partnering with us in Estate Management - conclusions Mike Phipps Director of Building Services
University Building Services This day is more than just an information session We need partners who can work with us to deliver a service to the University Our key needs must be met if you are to continue to be registered with us You are our representative when you come into contact with our customers. If you fall down, our standing is diminished
University Building Services Question and Answer session Mike Phipps Jim Fyfe Steve Hyde William Liew Tony Cornell-Hewlett Charles Fairman Geoff Andrews