Environmental Expertise of offered Personnel

Groups: 
  • Design Projects
Category: 
  • Management
  • Environment
  • Buildings

Basic

Requirements and Criteria Type: 
  • Contract Terms

Main Objective: 

Motive

To successfully achieve a project's environmental ambitions with a level of ambition that exceeds the regulatory requirements, the project must have sufficient expertise to address the requirements stipulated with respect to the environment.

Argument

If you have environmental ambitions in a project, there may be a need to secure expertise that helps to realise your goals properly. 

 

 

Requirement Specification: 

Contractors undertake to ensure that the required expertise must be available in the project before <project's start-up> or <no later than X weeks after the contract is signed>. Which people, how many and which roles should be established by the client before the announcement.

Contractors undertake to have a design team lead and architect with a minimum of 3 years' relevant experience in the last 5 years, and a minimum 3 years' relevant education (bachelor's equivalence) in those issues that will make the most important contribution to achieving the project goals.

Examples of environmental goals:

  • LCC
  • Environmental programme
  • Indoor climate
  • Outdoor areas and ecology

The contract should regulate whether the client can refuse to accept the proposed person if there is reasonable and proper cause (especially inadequate expertise/experience).

Documentation of the Requirement Specification: 

Contractors undertake to document personal with expertise in the listed issues and length within X weeks after signing the contract. Expertise must be documented with CVs that document education. Relevant experience must be entered into table 1: Template for Documentation of Qualifications.

Table 1: Template for Documentation of Qualifications
  Issue Education/courses/project experience Description of relevance
Name <pick list>

Name of education and title

Course – title, duration, course coordinator

Project: project name, duration, scope, reference person at client's with contact information
Brief description

The contract should regulate whether the client can refuse to accept the proposed person if there is reasonable and proper cause (especially inadequate expertise/experience).

 

Information about the Requirement Specification: 

This contract requirement can be used if you are unsure if the market can supply the expertise you want. In these circumstances the contractor can put the competence in place after choosing the tenderer. Which people, how many and which roles should be determined by the client before the announcement.

If the market is immature in one area/issue, it may be appropriate to allow the contractor to bring in this expertise after the tender competition. If there is adequate competence in the market, this can be done as part of the awarding or qualifying process.

In the tender, you need to set the time the market needs to fulfil the contract terms. You must have had dialog with the market in advance, as the contractor may need to bring in this expertise, optionally increase the skills of existing personnel.

The requirements and selected issues must be tied to the project's environmental goals/ambitions and the other criteria that have been chosen, and you should be certain that you want to bring this expertise in. You should therefore avoid always choosing all of the points.

 

Advanced

Requirements and Criteria Type: 
  • Contract Terms

Main Objective: 

Motive

To successfully achieve a project's environmental ambitions with a level of ambition that exceeds the regulatory requirements, the project must have sufficient expertise to address the requirements stipulated with respect to the environment.

Argument

If you have environmental ambitions in a project, there may be a need to secure expertise that helps to realise your goals properly. 

Requirement Specification: 

Contractors undertake to ensure that the required expertise must be available in the project before <project's start-up> or <no later than X weeks after the contract is signed>. Which people, how many and which roles should be determined by the client before the announcement.

Contractors undertake to have a design team lead and architect with a minimum of 3 years' relevant experience in the last 5 years, and a minimum 5 years' relevant education (master's equivalence) in those issues that will make the most important contribution to achieving the project goals.

Examples of environmental goals:

  • LCC
  • Environmental programme
  • Indoor climate
  • Outdoor areas and ecology

 

Documentation of the Requirement Specification: 

Contractors undertake to document personal with expertise in the listed issues and length within X weeks after signing the contract. Expertise must be documented with CVs that document education. Relevant experience must be entered into table 1: Template for Documentation of Qualifications.

Table 1: Template for Documentation of Qualifications
  Issue Education/courses/project experience Description of relevance
Name <pick list>

Name of education and title

Course – title, duration, course coordinator

Project: project name, duration, scope, reference person at client's with contact information
Brief description

The contract should regulate whether the client can refuse to accept the proposed person if there is reasonable and proper cause (especially inadequate expertise/experience).

Information about the Requirement Specification: 

This contract requirement can be used if you are unsure if the market can supply the expertise you want. In these circumstances the contractor can put the competence in place after choosing the tenderer. Which people, how many and which roles should be determined by the client before the announcement.

If the market is immature in one area/issue, it may be appropriate to allow the contractor to bring in this expertise after the tender competition. If there is adequate competence in the market, this can be done as part of the awarding or qualifying process.

In the tender, you need to set the time the market needs to fulfil the contract terms. You must have had dialog with the market in advance, as the contractor may need to bring in this expertise, optionally increase the skills of existing personnel.

The requirements and selected issues must be tied to the project's environmental goals/ambitions and the other criteria that have been chosen, and you should be certain that you want to bring this expertise in. You should therefore avoid always choosing all of the points.

Published: 06. Feb 2018, Last modified: 26. Sep 2018