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Contractors sought for £30M Liverpool roads, bridges and tunnels framework

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Liverpool City Council are seeking to procure a four-year multi-lot framework as it seeks for contractors to deliver more than £30M of reactive highways works.

The contract has been divided into ten different lots and tenders may be submitted for all the lots advertised in the contract notice, Liverpool City Council has revealed.

One of the lots is for general civil engineering and includes tasks such as asbestos removal, surfacing, the conducting of topographical surveys, traffic management, patching and potholes as well as kerbing, paving and footway construction.

Other advertised lots include ones which relate to bridges and other structures, drainage and site investigations.

Three applicants will be awarded the contract for each lot.

The lot for bridges and other structures involves work such as inspections, repairs, maintenance of structures and structural work concerning tunnels.

News of the contract notice represents the latest in a series of works to be delivered in Liverpool, after last month it was revealed that Amey has been appointed to conduct a major inspection of the city’s structurally unsound Churchill Way flyover.

Those interested in tendering have been instructed to do so electronically via the Council’s website.

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