Portsmouth creates £43m refurbishment framework

Published:  25 April, 2013

Portsmouth City Council is looking for framework contractors to carry out refurbishment work worth up to £43m over the next four years.

Up to 12 firms will win places on the framework covering a vast array of work, with individual contracts worth a maximum of £250,000.

The deal is due to start in October and will cover work for Portsmouth City Council, Havant Borough Council, Fareham Borough Council, Gosport Borough Council, University of Portsmouth, NHS Portsmouth and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

The first contract let under the framework will be a major refurbishment of the Middle Park Way social housing residential block built in 1958 in the Leigh Park area of Havant. Subsequent contracts will focus on “major refurbishment and alterations to residential, educational and commercial properties”.

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