City West Housing Trust is inviting firms to bid for places on a nine-lot housing framework worth £225m.
The Manchester-based trust is undertaking the construction of multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses, as well as environmental and renewable energy works alongside several specialist and maintenance jobs.
Running for up to four years, the framework is estimated to be worth £225m, and contains scope for contracts to be extended beyond the period.
Bidding is open until 2 November, at 13:00.
City West Housing Trust will also have the option to call-off contracts with Social Housing Providers, if the organisation consents.
The work is to be divided into nine lots, with firms able to apply for more than one lot:
- Lot 1 – £4m in internal refurbishment works worth up to £1m each.
- Lot 2 - £12m in internal refurbishment jobs worth more than £1m each.
- Lot 3 - £16m in roofing and tiling work.
- Lot 4 - £30m in environmental works to neighbourhoods
- Lot 5 – £7m in blocks works worth up to £2m
- Lot 6 - £21m in blocks works worth more than £2m
- Lot 7 - £12.4m in cyclical maintenance work
- Lot 8 - £8m in renewable work
- Lot 9 - £120m in multi-elemental works