- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 29 Apr 2020
‘A tender procedure that uses a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire, but then allows negotiation with tenderers before Contract award and used only in certain circumstances of urgency or high degree of technical complexity.’
A negotiated procedure without notice is a negotiated procedure in which the procuring body: ‘…does not place and advertisement in the OJEU, as it intends to negotiate a contract with a specific (usually specialist) supplier and used only in rare circumstances where supply is limited to one economic operator.’
 Related articles on Designing Buildings Wiki
Featured articles and news
Examining renovate-operate-transfer arrangements.
Proactive measures to secure property during extreme times.
Safety guidance from BSI released; comments requested.
Scour can make river currents structurally damaging.
Indoor environmental quality looks at air quality and other wellbeing factors.
A procurement method associated with Public Private Partnerships.
Infrastructure can use digital technology to encourage human growth.
Robotics and the construction industry.
ECA comments on CLC's three-phase recovery plan.
Their diplomatic and architectural history.
The origins of the six volume series.
Built to defend British waters, only to serve as pirate radio stations later.
Wellbeing to influence mix of home and office based working.
An introduction to cobotics.
Survey reports on outlook for the engineering sector.
A simple path to possible error avoidance.