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Scape calls bids for £506m regional frameworks

Scape is seeking partners for its four-year regional frameworks, covering new build, refurbishment and maintenance across a number of sectors.

The procurement company – owned and controlled by six English local authorities – expects the total value of work to be up to £506m.

The largest chunk of this comes through the Provincial Construction Framework, expected to be worth between £100m and £133m for a single contractor.

An Intermediate Construction Framework, worth between £175m and £233m, is to be divided up among four contractors, while the Minor Works framework will see 14 contractors appointed, with lots worth between £9m and £12m totalling between £106m and £140m in value.

Work will be carried out in housing, education, universities, colleges, leisure establishments, health facilities, prisons, libraries, emergency services, as well as transport, offices and care facilities.

It will be carried out in the East Midlands, north and north-east Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Solihull, Coventry and Peterborough.

Tenders are to be evaluated based half on price and half on quality.

Interested parties are advised to contact:

Scape System Build Limited

4th Floor, Pearl House, 5 Friar Lane

Contact point(s): Through www.delta-esourcing.com

For the attention of: Paul Bottrill

NG1 6BT Nottingham

UNITED KINGDOM

Telephone: +44 1159 583200

Fax: +44 1159 583232

Electronic access to information: www.delta-esourcing.com

Tenders must be received by 21 June 2013.

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