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The Week's Top Five Construction Tenders

This week's top five construction tenders include sewerage work worth £1bn over ten years, a £200m housing repair and maintenance deal worth £200m and house building in East Anglia, the Midlands and the South of England. The details are only a summary of what's available, for the full OJEU click on the link.

Birmingham: Sewer management

  • Value: £1bn
  • Severn Trent Water is inviting bids for a 10-year framework to repair and replace sewerage. The contract is expected to be worth around £45m a year, but could rise to an annual spend of £105m, subject to regulatory demands covering private drains and sewers. The successful framework contractor will be expected to use no-dig techniques, sewer patch and re-line repairs to maintain sewers and rising mains.
  • Deadline: 30 October

London: Repair and maintenance

  • Value: £200m
  • Merton Priory Homes is seeking bidders for a 10-year £200m contract for the repair and maintenance of almost 9,000 homes. It is looking for experienced contractors to deliver a full range of repairs and replacements both external and internal including structural, roofing, electrical, plumbing, flooring, asbestos management, fire protection and fencing.
  • Deadline: 30 October

Coventry: House building

  • Value: £50m-£200m
  • Orbit Housing is advertising for contractors to bid for its development contractors framework, worth between £50m and £200m over four years. The work will involve construction of properties to add to the group's 34,000 homes in East Anglia, Midlands and the South.  It is split into six lots and Orbit expects to appoint three contractors to each one. All lots include construction or design and build contracts and are split into work up to £1.5m and work over £1.5m in each of the group's regions.
  • Deadline: 30 October

Preston: House building

  • Value: £28m
  • Registered Social Landlord Places for People is looking for a contractor to build up to 214 homes at Brooklands, a new community it is developing in eastern Milton Keynes. The development will be a mix of affordable tenures funded partly by grant and partly by private sale, and will include a mix of low rise apartments and low density family housing.
  • Deadline: 9 October

Glasgow: Hospital refurbishment

  • Value: £13m-£17m
  • HS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is looking for a contractor to refurbish the University Tower Building at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. The work covers five or six levels of an existing multi-use medical faculty, incorporating laboratories, teaching facility and research facility, plus a roof level plant room on a seventh level.
  • Deadline: 26 October

Source:  http://www.seele-online.com/

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