Saturday, March 28, 2009

Top 5 construction tenders - 27 March 2009

This week's construction tenders includes a ВЈ250m refurbishment framework for council housing in Nottingham, a ВЈ60m facilities management scheme for BAA and a bio-energy research building. The details are only an outline of what is available, for the full OJEU click on the link.

Nottingham: Housing refurbishment

Value: ВЈ250m Nottingham City Homes, the ALMO of Nottingham City Council, is advertising for a framework of up to six contractors to manage and maintain its 29,200 properties. The aim of the four year deal is to bring the housing stock up to Decent Homes standard. It will include internal work, comprising kitchen and bathroom replacement and rewiring, alongside an external improvement programme. Deadline: 24 AprilADVERTISEMENT

Top 5 construction tenders - 27 March 2009


Oxford: Education construction

Value: ВЈ90m Oxford Brookes University is looking for a contractor to construct a BREEAM Excellent rated building at its Gipsy Lane campus. It will house a library, teaching spaces, students' union, food court, medical suite and commercial functions. The work will also include the extension and refurbishment of existing buildings. The work will be procured by a two stage tender process and will take the form of an NEC3 contract. Deadline: 24 April

UK: Facilities management

Value: ВЈ60m BAA has issued a contract notice for a bundled facilities management services agreement for all its UK sites. The services range from m&e and building fabric maintenance to car park barrier maintenance and traffic signal repair. Deadline: 7 April

Luton: Building work

Value: ВЈ9m Marsh Farm Community Development Trust has advertised for a contractor to construct a community enterprise and resource centre. The contract is expected to last for 14 months. Deadline: 6 April

Birmingham: Building work

Value: ВЈ6.5m Aston University is looking for expressions of interest in the construction of the European Bioenergy Research Institute. The purpose designed building will support the University Centre of Excellence in bio-energy, providing new laboratory facilities and a unit designed to extract energy from low-graqde bio-waste. The work includes the alteration and refurbishment of the arts centre adjacent to the new building. Deadline: May 1


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