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Contractors called for £88m Staffordshire building framework

Staffordshire County Council is seeking contractors to join a construction framework which could be worth up to £88 million.

Up to 12 companies will be invited to join the three year agreement which will be split into four lots.

The first lot deals with low value traditional construction work, including new buildings, extensions, and internal and external refurbishments.

The projects typically consist of schools, nurseries, sports facilities, care facilities and may be extended to include offices, industrial units, police and fire authority premises.

Lot two deals with medium value works of the same description and lot three deals with high value works.

The final lot is reserved for modular construction projects and associated works.

Up to £12m of work is expected to be let through lots one and four, £24m through lot two and up to £40m through lot three.

PQQ’s should be submitted by 12 September.

For more information contact Paul Timmins at Staffordshire County Council’s procurement department on  +44 1785854646 or paul.timmins@staffordshire.gov.uk

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