Reroofing and Stonework Repairs Contract

Reroofing and Stonework Repairs Contract

Contract value:£50,000 – £100,000 – Northamptonshire. The work comprises of recovering of the nave roof in terne coated stainless steel and the reslating of the west porch roof to the tower and nave clerestory stonework repairs.

St Leonard’s Church, reroofing and stonework repairs

Reference number: 11_103

Deadline date:29/08/2012

This deadline is for… Deadline for Expression of Interest

Contract value:£50,000 – £100,000

Location where the contract is to be carried out: Northamptonshire Northamptonshire,

Is this suitable for smaller suppliers? Yes

Is this contract suitable for a voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations? No

Name of the buying organisation: Acanthus Clews Architects

Original source URL www.acanthusclews.co.uk

 

Description of the contract

The work comprises of recovering of the nave roof in terne coated stainless steel and the reslating of the west porch roof to the tower and nave clerestory stonework repairs

 

Documents

Classification of the contract

45453000 Overhaul and refurbishment work

 

Additional information

Contract type: Works – Execution

Is it a framework agreement? No

Is this contract related to a programme of funding? No

Contract will be awarded based on: Lowest price

Estimated length of contract: 18/02/2013 – 24/05/2013

 

Who to contact

Contact name Andrew Salter

Organisation name Acanthus Clews Architects

Address Acanthus House, 57 Hightown Road,, Banbury, OX16 9BE

Telephone 01295702600

Extension number:

Fax 01295 702601

Web address

 

How to apply

The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement, and the contract will be awarded on the basis of the most economically advantageous tender. The Contractor must be CITB registered, have experience of working on English Heritage grant aided projects and must have extensive and recent experience in the conservation of Medieval ecclesiastical buildings and particularly the conservation of historic masonry, the use of lime mortars, traditional carpentry, stone slate roofing, lime plastering and traditional fully supported metal sheet roofing.

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