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Midlands council seeks firms for £205m building works

Telford and Wrekin Council is seeking contractors to deliver £205m of minor building works over two years.

The local authority is setting up a dynamic purchasing system where contractors for minor building works will be registered.

Unlike a framework, new suppliers can be added to the DPS at any time, the council said.

Telford and Wrekin’s DPS will cover the development of residential, commercial, education and industrial schemes, with work types split into seven lots.

The three main lots cover construction projects with a total potential value of £150m.

Building services work makes up two lots, focused on mechanical and electrical installation, repair and refurbishment, worth a potential £30m.

This is also one lot each for demolition, valued at £20m, and another for asbestos removal, worth £5m.

The maximum value for an individual project under the deal has been set at £800,000.

Prequalification questionnaires for the DPS must be submitted to the council by 26 November.

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