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MoD seeks contractor for £130m Beacon Barracks upgrade

The Ministry of Defence has begun its search for a contractor to redevelop its Stafford-based Beacon Barracks in a £130 million contract.

The contract covers construction work for military buildings and installations as well as demolition, refurbishment, infrastructure and landscaping works.

The prime contractor will be required to interface with the Ministry of Defence’s specialist advisers on issues such as security, health and safety, fire safety, environment/Sustainability and Counter Terrorist Measures (CTM) as well as existing MOD contractors and service providers.

The MoD will also require a Project Bank Account to be set up, through which payment will be made to the successful bidder and its sub-contractors. Payment will be made against key project milestones, subject to satisfactory performance.

The deadline for expressions of interest is 16 September. For further information contact Krish Raichura on 01213112429 or email

The MoD is intending to hold an Industry Day for interested parties on 15 September at Beacon Barracks. If you wish to attend you are required to register no later than 8 September.

Suppliers interested in working with the Ministry of Defence should register on the MOD Supplier Information Database (SID) Register, available at

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