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Bids invited for £180m Midlands public sector framework

Worcester County Council is inviting contractors to bid for a four-year framework, worth up to £180 million, covering new build and refurbishment projects across the West Midlands.

Three firms will be appointed to the framework to undertake construction on various education schemes office accommodation, fire and rescue facilities, health centres and police stations and custody suites.

Projects may also involve specialist works such as forensic facilities, control centres, leisure facilities, cultural and adult residential and day care facilities.

As many as 20 projects could be let under the framework every year with the majority worth between £1m and £5m.

The council will shortlist between six and 10 contractors with invitations to tender expected on 12 April.

Firms have until 5 March to request pre-qualification questionnaires and must submit them by 12 March.