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Manchester University seeks contractors for a $260 million structure.


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For a £260 million, four-year major works framework, the University of Manchester has begun looking for contractors.

The university released a tender notice for the framework, which will be used for a variety of construction projects all around the university’s property and last until 2027. respectively. There are no such’s the case, it will be too late. The next day, it will be,,, I’ve told you..

The framework is divided into four lots, each worth between £1 and £20 million.

Lot 1: artwork priced between £1 and £499,999
Lot 2: creations priced at £500,000 to £1,499,999
Lot 3: creations priced between £1.5 million and £4.999,999
Lot 4: up to £20 million in works.
The new framework was created just over a year after Manchester University advertised for vendors for a £1.5 billion innovation centre it was developing in partnership with developer Bruntwood and insurance juggernaut Legal & General.

The Bruntwood SciTech project will provide 240,000 square metres of new commercial space close to Piccadilly station, south of the city centre.

Manchester University is not the only institution of higher learning wanting to update its property. The University of Cambridge revealed intentions to select vendors for an £80 million construction framework in November. The Cambridge Construction Professional Services Framework is anticipated to have a four-year initial term with a two-year extension possibility.

Applications for the new framework at the University of Manchester must be submitted by April 11th.

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