This project consisted of a new build 12-bedroom purpose built student accommodation development for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of England.
The development was situated in the narrow back streets, just off the city centre, behind the existing Lutheran Church and built upon an old run-down car park off Westfield Lane.
Services provided by GEA on this particular project were as follows:
- Budget Estimates, Feasibility Studies.
- Preparation of Specification, Description of Materials and Workmanship.
- Advice on Procurement and Contract Selection.
- Preparing Tender Documents.
- Analysing Tenders returned, preparing Tender Report with recommendations.
- Producing Specific Bill of Quantities for the site, and agreeing Contract Sums with Contractor.
- Monthly Financial Reports anticipating Final Costs.
- Cost control – Valuation payments and Financial Statements
- Agreement of Contractors Final Account.
GEA have worked in the industry for over 40 years and have amassed an enormous amount of data for Cost Benchmarking.
Our historic database is being constantly updated and collated by our Cost Management team.
The Final Account for the project was agreed on budget and within the Contract Sum.
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CLIENT: Evangelical Lutheran Church of England
The Client and Professional Team
The Client was the Evangelical Lutheran Church of England whose registered address is situated on Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, CB3 0HH.
The Architect was the Bareham Overy Partnership whose registered office is situated at The Bareham Overy Partnership, The Forge, Burton Barns, Burton End, Stansted, Essex CM24 8UE.
The Quantity Surveyor was Graham Ellis Associates Chartered Quantity Surveyors and Project Managers, whose registered office is at,
The Harlow Enterprise Hub, Harlow,Essex, CM20 2NQ.
The Contractor was Cocksedge Building Contractors Limited, whose offices are situated at 25 Hampstead Avenue, Mildenhall, Bury St Edmunds IP28 7AS.
The Construction Project was carried out in one phase using the JCT Intermediate Form of Contract.