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Contractors invited for £20m police station job

Cleveland police authority is seeking a contractor for a new police station in Middlesbrough.

The contract is worth between £10 million and £20m for works, design and execution of a new building at Hemlington Grange.

The contract includes plans to provide a new police headquarters with a total of 5,000 sq m of accommodation and provision for 350 parking spaces. The building will also be required to achieve a BREEAM excellent standard.

Work is expected to start on 31 July and be completed by March 2012.

Between three and five contractors will be invited to tender for the contract following a PQQ process.

Requests to participate or tender applications must be submitted by 11 March to Amanda Wilkinson at amanda.wilkinson@cleveland.pnn.police.uk

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