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Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) will be undertaking a framework contract to appoint building construction partners to carry out construction, building and related works on behalf of CBC and/or other public contracting authorities and bodies governed by public law within East Anglia (UKH), Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire (UKF2) and Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire (UKJ1).
The Framework comprises of six LOTS:
LOT 1 - covers the construction value range of projects between £0k to £750k
LOT 2 - covers the construction value range of projects from £750k to £2.0m
LOT 3 - covers the construction value range of projects from £2m to £8.0m
LOT 4 - covers the construction value range of projects in excess of £8.0m - £15.0m
LOT 5 - covers the construction value range of projects in excess of £15m +
LOR 6 - Modular
Tender Process: Restricted
Return of Tender Completed Tenders and attachments should be submitted electronically, by the due date via our "In-tend" electronic tendering system. Tenders must be uploaded via the "My Return" section of the system. Tenders submitted through the correspondence facility will not be considered.
Your Tender must be submitted via the In-tend system by no later than 12:00 noon on 9th September 2021 for Part A (SSQ).
If you are successful following your submission of Part A (SSQ) we shall inform you to commence the completion of Part B (ITT). This must be submitted via the In-tend system 12:00 (noon) 7th December 2021 Tenders received after that time will be excluded.
Help and Support - The Council will provide as much support and information as it can to help guide you through the Tender process. Questions asked together with the response will be made available to all tenderers to ensure a fair and consistent approach to all. If there is anything you are not sure of or need clarification on, please contact us using the correspondence facility within the In-tend electronic tendering system.
Published: March 18, 2022
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