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Demolition of Business Units at 1-5 Bell Street, Wolverhampton.

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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45111100

The demolition and removal of demolished materials off site of existing two storey buildings, including removal of foundations, vegetation and services as well as potential asbestos removal. Location: 1-5 Bell Street, Wolverhampton WV1 3PR. THE WORKS 1. The removal of asbestos from all buildings within the site; 2. The subsequent demolition of the existing buildings and all associated outbuildings, structures and features including basements, tunnels, foundations, bases sumps and floor slabs; 3. Reinstatement works. All excavations to be backfilled and fully consolidated with finely crushed hardcore or stone to the approval of the Contract Administrator to a level of 250 mm below adjoining land. On completion, the site shall be left clear, level and capped with 100mm of finely crushed hardcore and tarmacadam surfacing as specified.

Procurement of Modular Construction Pilot Scheme for a Housing Project in Wolverhampton.

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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44211100

The Client is Wolverhampton Homes, an Arm's Length Management Organisation (ALMO), wholly owned by the City of Wolverhampton Council (CWC), delivering new council housing developments across the City on former garage sites and small infill pockets of land. The Client has identified one site for the development of council housing using modular construction methods. The Client's experience in the delivery of new council housing using modular construction methods is still developing and to ensure that the Client meets its business plan objectives, the Client will need to rely upon the successful company to produce good quality designs and be able to offer practical design advice based on their experience gained from working within this market. The successful company will be required to design the scheme, progress the scheme to full planning consent stage, and deliver on site through to Practical Completion. The proposed form of contract for this requirement will be NEC Option A and Tenderers are deemed to be in possession of a copy of this form. It should be noted it is the Council's intention that this requirement will be awarded to a single supplier who will be responsible for the delivery of the entire works.
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