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Contractors wanted for £700M airports framework

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Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is looking for contractors to deliver a £700M programme of works at Manchester, East Midlands and London Stansted airports.

The programme, known as the Major Capital Works Framework, is set to run for five years from the autumn, with the option to extend for a further three years.

MAG is searching for contractors to carry out civil construction works, new build and fitout construction works, and refurbishment work.

Firms can pitch for 12 lots divided by region, value band and discipline. Contractors have until April 5 to register their interest in bidding.

The framework will replace the current £500M capital delivery programme framework whose contractors are Bam Nuttall and Galliford Try. Failed contractor Carillion was also appointed to the framework when it was first set up in 2013. 

MAG serves nearly 42M passengers a year across Manchester, London Stansted, East Midlands and Bournemouth airports. In addition, its property and facilities management arm, MAG Property, is responsible for the group’s £500M estate and the development of Manchester’s Airport City.

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