REQUEST FOR QUOTES: ACCESSIBILITY PROJECTS

Hull UK City of Culture 2017 (from hereon in Hull 2017) are looking to commission an organisation to co-ordinate and deliver a number of accessibility projects and activities, developed in cooperation with Hull 2017 staff.

This Request for Quotes (RFQ), focuses on accessibility projects across the remainder of the Freedom season (August-September 2017) and Tell The World (October – December 2017). This role would require the contracted service provider to work across a range of teams within Hull 2017 to facilitate a variety of projects and activities outlined below.

Hull 2017 is aiming to contract one service provider to deliver the co-ordination of access activities across the whole company. However, Hull 2017 reserves the right to select more than one provider if it is seen to be of benefit.

RFQ DOCUMENTS

Request for Quotation.

TIMESCALE

MILESTONE

KEY DATES

Request for quotes issued 07/08/2017
Deadline for submissions for / refusal to quote 5pm GMT 31/08/2017
Notification of appointment 07/09/2017
Contract signed 08/09/2017
Co-ordination and delivery of accessibility projects and activities 11/09/2017 – 31/12/2017
Completion of contract 31/12/2017

RESPONDING & CONTACT DETAILS

Please return your response in a Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or PDF document, by email, to both of the contacts provided below.

Your response should not exceed 4 sides of A4, which should include all mandatory elements outlined in this brief. Should you have any questions regarding the brief, please also use these contact details.

Pippa Gardner
Project Reporting Manager
pippa.gardner@hull2017.co.uk

Phil Batty
Director of Public Engagement and Legacy
phil.batty@hull2017.co.uk

We would be grateful if you could provide the contact details for the key main point of contact within your organisation who would be working on this project, should you be successful.

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