Lockleaze Sports Pavilion – BCC Tender Opportunity

Lockleaze Sports Pavilion

Bristol City Council (BCC) is undertaking a procurement process to award and appoint a suitable Design and Build contractor to complete the design and construction of a new Lockleaze Sport Pavilion in Bristol, through a one stage design and build procurement process.

Bristol City Council requires the tenderer to design and construct a new first class rugby and Sport Pavilion sports centre facility with associated services installations at the existing Bristol Rugby Combination (BRC) suite off Bonnington Walk, Lockleaze in Bristol.

Bristol City Council reserve the right to issue a negotiated contract for phase two of the construction of the Lockleaze Sport Pavilion under clause 32 (9, 10, 11 &12) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

The additional work consists of extending the new Sport Pavilion facility with additional function rooms and community areas.

The actual design of the extension is subject to successful future funding bid but is likely to be in the value of £1.5 to £3 million. The estimated value on Proactis is for phase 1 project only.

 

To register your interest or to view full details & other opportunities with BCC: https://supplierlive.proactisp2p.com/Account/Login#

Closing Date
2016-02-08

Contract Start Date
2016-04-20

Contract End Date
2017-05-01
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