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Tate Gallery seeks £7m upgrade

A contractor is being sought to deliver improvement works to the Tate Gallery in a £7 million contract.

The gallery’s board of trustees has issued a contract notice calling for the supply and installation of approximately 8,000 sq m of perforated brick skin cladding including corbels to precast concrete panels.

The contract is for 28 months and is worth between £5.5- and £7m with a minimum of five and maximum of 10 firms to be invited to tender.

Tenders must be submitted by 11am on 4 April.

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  • What a waste of Money. I was at Tate earlier this year and was impressed by the state of the building. Surely £7m could be better spent whilst soldiers and trainee pilots are being made redundant.

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