Monday, June 22, 2009

Top 5 construction tenders - 22 June 2009

This week's top five construction tenders include the ВЈ250m redevelopment of Rochdale town centre, highway maintenance on the Isle of Wight worth ВЈ46m and social housing refurbishment frameworks in Bridgewater and Glasgow. The details are only a summary of what is on offer, for the full OJEU click on the link.

Rochdale: City centre redevelopment

Value: ВЈ100m-ВЈ250m Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council is inviting developers to submit proposals for the revitalisation of its town centre. The scheme must include retail, leisure, living, working and cultural elements and is expected to be completed within ten years. Deadline: 24 July

Newport: Highway maintenance

Value: ВЈ46m The Isle of Wight Council is advertising the island's highway term maintenance contract. Work will be located across the Isle of Wight's 500 miles of roads and will take place over three years, with the option of a three year extension. Deadline: 23 JulyADVERTISEMENT

Top 5 construction tenders - 22 June 2009


Glasgow: Housing refurbishment

Value: ВЈ31m-ВЈ40m The Glasgow Housing Association is looking for three contractors to make up a three year framework to upgrade multi-storey flats in various locations in the city. The works will comprise the overcladding of between 22 and 28 blocks over 10 storeys in height, together with the repair of existing, or the design and supply of new roofs. Deadline: 27 July

Bridgewater: Housing refurbishment

Value: ВЈ32m-ВЈ34m A five year framework is being advertised by Homes in Sedgemoor for the management of 4100 dwellings. The ALMO is looking for two contractors to work in separate geographical areas replacing roofing, windows and making other external repairs, as well as fitting kitchens, bathrooms and heating systems. The partnership is due to begin in April 2010 and will not include response or cyclical maintenance. Deadline: 17 July

Motherwell: Housebuilding

Value ВЈ15m-ВЈ25m North Lanarkshire Council is planning to run a framework of three contractors to construct between 150 and 250 new social housing units. The framework will initially be for two years with the option to extend for another two. Deadline: 13 July