Gatwick Airport has invited bids for two major frameworks involving up to £750m worth of work.
The UK’s second biggest airport is seeking to create two frameworks for building, civil engineering and mechanical/electrical work as part of its capital investment programme.
The frameworks, which will last for five years, will include refurbishment, re-configuration, fitting out, new-build and asset replacement work.
The first framework will be for medium complexity projects with values between £1m and £10m. It will be divided into three lots, worth up to £600m.
The second, which will consist of a further three lots and will be worth up to £150m, features low complexity projects with a value between £100,000 and £1.5m.
Those appointed on the frameworks will be invited to tender for projects and groups of projects under three pricing options.
The PQQ for both frameworks will be available no later than the 8 September, with the deadline for submitting responses set at 6 October.
A supplier forum event will be held for interested parties on the 17 September, with attendance recommended for those wishing to bid.
Anyone wishing to attend should email alan.parfitt@gatwick airport.com.