Glasgow City Council has launched the bidding for a new £430m framework covering infrastructure works across the city and surrounding areas.
The framework will cover construction and civil engineering schemes over the next three years, including road surfacing, public realm works and bridge installation.
It will be divided into 24 lots and run from May next year until April 2022.
The highest value lot will be for civil engineering works and road maintenance projects over £100,000, which will be worth £116m.
The framework also includes an £89m workstream for road surfacing work, and a £20m lot for general bridge and structural work. It will start in May next year and run until April 2022.
Glasgow City Council will lead the procurement but Renfrewshire Council and North Lanarkshire Council will also be able to use the framework’s contractors.
Earlier this week, contractors were invited to bid for a new £7bn framework covering construction projects across London.
The London Construction Programme framework will be used by all of the capital’s 33 boroughs and run for five years.
The £1bn South-east and mid-Wales Collaborative Construction Framework was launched at the end of last month covering schools and public buildings in Wales.
Transport Scotland opened the bidding for two contracts worth a combined total of £930m covering the maintenance of roads in the south of Scotland over the next eight years.