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Contractors sought for £100m post-Olympics work

The Olympic Delivery Authority is seeking contractors for two packages of work transforming the Olympic Park after the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The two deals – one for the south and one for the north of the park – are thought to be worth a total in excess of £100 million.

Works will include bulk earthworks; road construction and signage; permanent bridge and underpass modifications; and minor utility works.

Winning contractors will also be required to carry out permanent venue external works and internal building works among other duties.

Requests to participate are due by midday on 11 April, and should be made via the ODA’s e-tendering system at:

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