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Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

City and County of Swansea | Published June 11, 2016  -  Deadline July 7, 2016
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Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

Urban development construction work

POBL | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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Urban development construction work

Construction of Retaining Wall at Pengelli Primary School, Swansea

City and County of Swansea | Published November 21, 2016
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45000000, 45262500, 45262520, 45262521

Construction of Retaining Wall at Pengelli Primary School, Swansea

Construction of Boundary Wall at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr, Gowerton, Swansea

City and County of Swansea | Published September 2, 2016
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45262500, 45262512, 45262520, 45262522

Construction of Boundary Wall at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr, Gowerton, Swansea

Construction of Boundary Wall at Norton Lodge Day Centre, Swansea

City and County of Swansea | Published September 15, 2016
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45262500, 45262522

Construction of Boundary Wall at Norton Lodge Day Centre, Swansea

Marine construction works

Swansea University | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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45244000, 98360000, 50240000, 63726800, 34513350, 34513550, 73112000, 34930000

Marine construction works

Construction management services

Swansea University | Published February 12, 2015
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71540000, 71500000, 71000000, 71310000, 71530000, 71242000, 71320000

Construction management services

Design & Construction of a Catering Kiosk for the Innovation Hub

Swansea University | Published June 10, 2015
Winner
Alan Nuttall Ltd
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The University wishes to engage a supplier to provide a detailed design, construction, installation and project management of a bespoke, contemporary secure Cafe Pod/Kiosk to deliver a barista coffee offer (International Brand), hot food service, cold food, patisserie items & cold soft drinks. This Cafe Pod/Kiosk will be situated in a semi internal street concourse therefore the Pod/Kiosk needs to be secured. Due to the location of the Pod/Kiosk storage needs to be considered on the Pod/Kiosk itself. The conditions of contract are the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Short Contact (June 2005) Further information is available in the tender documents.

Design & Construction of a Catering Kiosk for the Innovation Hub

Swansea University | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 21, 2015
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45212423

The University wishes to engage a supplier to provide a detailed design, construction, installation and project management of a bespoke, contemporary secure Cafe Pod/Kiosk to deliver a barista coffee offer (International Brand), hot food service, cold food, patisserie items & cold soft drinks. This Cafe Pod/Kiosk will be situated in a semi internal street concourse therefore the Pod/Kiosk needs to be secured. Due to the location of the Pod/Kiosk storage needs to be considered on the Pod/Kiosk itself. The conditions of contract are the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Short Contact (June 2005) Further information is available in the tender documents.

Construction work for buildings relating to education and research

Swansea University | Published November 2, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
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45214000, 45214400

The IMPACT project will deliver a transformative research environment, aligning world class technology development and delivery with training in a highly multidisciplinary environment including intensive collaboration between industry and academia. The College of Engineering at Swansea University proposes this large-scale research and development operation on its Bay Campus for the benefit of the regional and the wider economy.

Swansea University wish to engage a Principal Contractor on a Design and Build basis to develop a design from RIBA Stage 2 under a professional services contract to conclusion of an agreed commercial offer for the construction of the IMPACT Building. On conclusion and agreement of an affordable lump sum offer, the University shall appoint the Principal Contractor to deliver the Works to completion of the project including all design elements thereafter. As a proposed turnkey project, construction value will include but not limited to provision of FF&E (including ‘soft seating’, specialist project/collaborative furniture solutions), AV, IT networks and items, desktop peripherals etc. (list not exhaustive). Appointment is on the basis of securing funding from external bodies sufficient to deliver the project, so suppliers bid in the understanding that the University may terminate appointment at any point prior to securing full funding (not including completed activities up to the termination point).

Design Services & Main Contractor Construction Works for The Computational Foundry Project

Swansea University | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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45210000, 45214400, 71200000

It is the intention of Swansea University to engage a Principal Contractor on a Design & Build basis to develop a design from RIBA Stage 2 under a professional services contract to conclusion of an agreed commercial offer for the construction of the Computational Foundry. On conclusion and agreement of an affordable lump sum offer, the University shall appoint the Principal Contractor to deliver the Works to completion of the project including all design elements thereafter. Following an OJEU process the University are currently working with the appointed Design Team to develop proposals for the Computational Foundry Project, the incumbent design team will progress the design of the Computational Foundry to the completion of RIBA Stage 2. It is the current intention that a detailed planning application be developed and submitted in parallel with the conclusion of RIBA design stage 2. The Design team and/or Swansea University will also deal with queries that arise from the planning process through to the planning award. The University has to date also appointed Project and Cost Management services. The Project Management and Cost Management services will remain client side for the duration of the project. The Contractor element will be delivered on a two stage basis utilising the NEC3 Professional Service Contract (Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule) for pre-construction services (first stage) and the NEC3 construction Contract Option A Priced with Activity Schedule for the construction phase of the works (second stage). The Contractor shall develop the RIBA design stages to completion of the Contractors second stage and Contract award; The University reserves the right to refrain from entering into a contract for the provision of Works should an affordable scheme not be developed. The delivery strategy requires the Contractor to develop the design through to the completion of RIBA Stage 6; including the development of option appraisals, design/tender packages etc. The Employer encourages the development of the scheme in a collaborative working environment. It is the Employer’s aim to develop a team ethos where the aims of the Employer, the Design Team and Contractor are aligned, are mutually beneficial and deliver a first class scheme for the benefit of the University. The current intention is for delivery of the project within the first quarter of 2018, although it is an expectation that initiatives to improve the programme shall be proposed and incorporated. Anticipated construction value for the Computational Foundry project will be circa GBP 16M to GBP 18M. As a proposed turnkey project, the construction value will be inclusive of but not limited to provision of FF&E. Cost evaluation will be undertaken using the sum of the following costs: - - Pre-construction fee (including design fees) - Preliminaries - Overheads and profit against the anticipated project cost (This will be a nominal figure determined by the Cost Manager). The appointment will be on the basis of securing funding from external bodies sufficient to deliver the project. Tenderers shall bid in the understanding that the University may terminate appointment at any point prior to securing full funding. This will not include completed activities up to the point of termination. Further information should be obtained from the tender documents.

Design Services & Main Contractor Construction Works for The Computational Foundry Project

Swansea University | Published May 23, 2016
Winner
Willmott Dixon Construction
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45210000, 45214400, 71200000

It is the intention of Swansea University to engage a Principal Contractor on a Design & Build basis to develop a design from RIBA Stage 2 under a professional services contract to conclusion of an agreed commercial offer for the construction of the Computational Foundry. On conclusion and agreement of an affordable lump sum offer, the University shall appoint the Principal Contractor to deliver the Works to completion of the project including all design elements thereafter.

Following an OJEU process the University are currently working with the appointed Design Team to develop proposals for the Computational Foundry Project, the incumbent design team will progress the design of the Computational Foundry to the completion of RIBA Stage 2.

It is the current intention that a detailed planning application be developed and submitted in parallel with the conclusion of RIBA design stage 2. The Design team and/or Swansea University will also deal with queries that arise from the planning process through to the planning award.

The University has to date also appointed Project and Cost Management services. The Project Management and Cost Management services will remain client side for the duration of the project.

The Contractor element will be delivered on a two stage basis utilising the NEC3 Professional Service Contract (Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule) for pre-construction services (first stage) and the NEC3 construction Contract Option A Priced with Activity Schedule for the construction phase of the works (second stage).

The Contractor shall develop the RIBA design stages to completion of the Contractors second stage and Contract award; The University reserves the right to refrain from entering into a contract for the provision of Works should an affordable scheme not be developed.

The delivery strategy requires the Contractor to develop the design through to the completion of RIBA Stage 6; including the development of option appraisals, design/tender packages etc.

The Employer encourages the development of the scheme in a collaborative working environment. It is the Employer’s aim to develop a team ethos where the aims of the Employer, the Design Team and Contractor are aligned, are mutually beneficial and deliver a first class scheme for the benefit of the University.

The current intention is for delivery of the project within the first quarter of 2018, although it is an expectation that initiatives to improve the programme shall be proposed and incorporated.

Anticipated construction value for the Computational Foundry project will be circa GBP 16M to GBP 18M. As a proposed turnkey project, the construction value will be inclusive of but not limited to provision of FF&E.

Cost evaluation will be undertaken using the sum of the following costs: -

- Pre-construction fee (including design fees)

- Preliminaries

- Overheads and profit against the anticipated project cost (This will be a nominal figure determined by the Cost Manager).

The appointment will be on the basis of securing funding from external bodies sufficient to deliver the project.

Tenderers shall bid in the understanding that the University may terminate appointment at any point prior to securing full funding. This will not include completed activities up to the point of termination.

Further information should be obtained from the tender documents.

Design Services & Main Contractor Construction Works for The Computational Foundry Project.

Swansea University | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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45210000, 45214400, 71200000

It is the intention of Swansea University to engage a Principal Contractor on a Design & Build basis to develop a design from RIBA Stage 2 under a professional services contract to conclusion of an agreed commercial offer for the construction of the Computational Foundry. On conclusion and agreement of an affordable lump sum offer, the University shall appoint the Principal Contractor to deliver the Works to completion of the project including all design elements thereafter.

Following an OJEU process the University are currently working with the appointed Design Team to develop proposals for the Computational Foundry Project, the incumbent design team will progress the design of the Computational Foundry to the completion of RIBA Stage 2.

It is the current intention that a detailed planning application be developed and submitted in parallel with the conclusion of RIBA design stage 2. The Design team and/or Swansea University will also deal with queries that arise from the planning process through to the planning award.

The University has to date also appointed Project and Cost Management services. The Project Management and Cost Management services will remain client side for the duration of the project.

The Contractor element will be delivered on a two stage basis utilising the NEC3 Professional Service Contract (Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule) for pre-construction services (first stage) and the NEC3 construction Contract Option A Priced with Activity Schedule for the construction phase of the works (second stage).

The Contractor shall develop the RIBA design stages to completion of the Contractors second stage and Contract award; The University reserves the right to refrain from entering into a contract for the provision of Works should an affordable scheme not be developed.

The delivery strategy requires the Contractor to develop the design through to the completion of RIBA Stage 6; including the development of option appraisals, design/tender packages etc.

The Employer encourages the development of the scheme in a collaborative working environment. It is the Employer's aim to develop a team ethos where the aims of the Employer, the Design Team and Contractor are aligned, are mutually beneficial and deliver a first class scheme for the benefit of the University.

The current intention is for delivery of the project within the first quarter of 2018, although it is an expectation that initiatives to improve the programme shall be proposed and incorporated.

Anticipated construction value for the Computational Foundry project will be circa GBP 16 000 000 to GBP 18 000 000. As a proposed turnkey project, the construction value will be inclusive of but not limited to provision of FF&E.

Cost evaluation will be undertaken using the sum of the following costs:

— Pre-construction fee (including design fees).

— Preliminaries.

— Overheads and profit against the anticipated project cost (This will be a nominal figure determined by the Cost Manager).

The appointment will be on the basis of securing funding from external bodies sufficient to deliver the project.

Tenderers shall bid in the understanding that the University may terminate appointment at any point prior to securing full funding. This will not include completed activities up to the point of termination.

Further information should be obtained from the tender documents.

Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=38673

Construction Trade Framework

City and County of Swansea | Published November 6, 2015
Winner
Nt Groundworks Ltd, Crynant Plant & Construction Ltd, Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd, Algar Groundworks, K.R. Jones Bricklaying Contractors Ltd, J.A.B Contracts Ltd, Cct Bricklaying, Bell Decorating Group, Ian Williams Limited, R T C Building Contractors Limited, C.J. Else (South Wales) Ltd, Darranlas Limited, Nolan U P V C Ltd, Anglian Windows Ltd, Moonforge Ltd, T/As : Mister Window Company, Bowater Building Products Ltd, Alan Hancock Aluminium Doors & Windows Ltd, Hw Architectural Ltd, The Window Centre, Urban Expansion, H M Building Services, Mumbles Electric (Installation & Maintenance) Ltd, A.L.M Electrical, A & R Electrical (Wales) Ltd, Phillips Services (Wales) Ltd, Westhoughton Roofing & Pointing Services Ltd, Dampshield, Restruct Ltd, Wynne Jones Property Maintenance Ltd
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The Council invites Tenders for the purpose of establishing a Framework Agreement for the Tenders for the execution of certain Works (‘the Works’), more particularly described in the Specification. The Council’s intention is to enter into a Framework Agreement with 5 Providers per lot. The estimated value across all lots over the duration of the framework is 3,000,000. However at this time it is difficult to determine the estimated value for the individual Lots. The information provided is based on historical data and due to financial budgets this may vary Lot 1 – Ground Works Lot 2 - Bricklaying Lot 3 - Plastering Lot 4 - Carpentry Lot 5 a – Roofing (Felt Roofing) Lot 5 b – Roofing (Pitched Roofing) Lot 5 c – Roofing (Flat Roofing) Lot 6 - Floor Coverings Lot 7 - Suspended Ceilings Lot 8 - Painting and Decorating Lot 9 - Supply and Installation of PVC Windows and Doors Lot 10 - Supply and Installation of Aluminium Windows and Doors Lot 11 - Mechanical Lot 12 - Electrical Lot 13 - Labour Only Plastering Lot 14 - Labour Only Carpentry Lot 15 - Labour Only Central Heating (Boiler) Installation Lot 16 - Roller Shutters Lot 17- Wall Tie Replacement

Construction Trade Framework

City and County of Swansea | Published February 12, 2015  -  Deadline March 12, 2015
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42160000, 44112200, 44115310, 44221000, 44221100, 44230000, 45000000, 45100000, 45111000, 45112000, 45113000, 45200000, 45220000, 45262520, 45300000, 45310000, 45311000, 45311100, 45331110, 45350000, 45410000, 45420000, 45421100, 45421130, 45421132, 45421146, 45422000, 45442100, 51120000, 71334000

The Council invites Tenders for the purpose of establishing a Framework Agreement for the Tenders for the execution of certain Works (‘the Works’), more particularly described in the Specification. The Council’s intention is to enter into a Framework Agreement with 5 Providers per lot. The estimated value across all lots over the duration of the framework is 3,000,000. However at this time it is difficult to determine the estimated value for the individual Lots. The information provided is based on historical data and due to financial budgets this may vary Lot 1 – Ground Works Lot 2 - Bricklaying Lot 3 - Plastering Lot 4 - Carpentry Lot 5 a – Roofing (Felt Roofing) Lot 5 b – Roofing (Pitched Roofing) Lot 5 c – Roofing (Flat Roofing) Lot 6 - Floor Coverings Lot 7 - Suspended Ceilings Lot 8 - Painting and Decorating Lot 9 - Supply and Installation of PVC Windows and Doors Lot 10 - Supply and Installation of Aluminium Windows and Doors Lot 11 - Mechanical Lot 12 - Electrical Lot 13 - Labour Only Plastering Lot 14 - Labour Only Carpentry Lot 15 - Labour Only Central Heating (Boiler) Installation Lot 16 - Roller Shutters Lot 17- Wall Tie Replacement

Urban development construction work

Pobl | Published July 19, 2016
Winner
Morganstone Ltd
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A Development Partner has been awarded to work with Gwalia to deliver the project along the lines of a Package Deal Design and Build. Upon completion of the project, the developer will retain ownership of the whole building when completed, retain responsibility for the commercial units and lease the flats and associated communal areas to Gwalia. A lease agreement between Gwalia and the development partner will establish responsibilities for building maintenance etc.

Building construction work

Coastal Housing Group Limited | Published January 10, 2015  -  Deadline February 15, 2015
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45210000, 45211340, 45213100, 45213112

The project encompasses an existing multi storey car park and walkway link which will require demolition. The project is part of the wider Vibrant and Viable Places overall programme of work. The project comprises a new 240 (target number of spaces) multi-storey car park for and on behalf of Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC), plus 28 No. apartments and 820 m3 GFA of A3 type commercial unit space for Coastal Housing Group Limited (CHGL). The development is located on land adjacent to Water Street, Bridgend. Approximate overall budget for the construction of the project is GBP 8 m. Estimated Project Timescale:- — Anticipated Contract Award — June 2015; — Anticipated Construction (demolition) Start — July 2015; — Anticipated Completion — December 2016; — (Car Park (Target) Completion Date — June 2016).

Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)

City and County of Swansea | Published November 24, 2016
Winner
Cygnum Timber Frame Ltd
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44000000, 44232000, 45000000, 45210000, 45223000, 44112000

The City and County of Swansea proposes to create a sensitive high quality residential housing development comprising of 18 No Passivhaus Dwellings with a mix of 8 No 2 storey 1 bedroom semi-detached apartments and 10 No 2 storey 2 bedroom semi- detached houses.

Therefore invites you to tender:

To design, manufacture, supply and install timber frame structures including roof trusses in accordance with the attached drawings 8815 PL110, 114 and 120 to achieve full Passivhaus accreditation and certification. And is to include and allow for the following:

Full design calculations to be provided prior to installation;

Internal and External membranes and sheeting;

Fire Barriers;

Soleplates;

DPC factory fitted to sole plate;

First floor Joists;

Party walls;

Party floors to apartments;

Internal partitions;

Stairwell structures to be out-side of Passivhaus envelope but provisions allowed for elements to achieve min. Part LA of the Building regulation;

Plasterboard Noggins;

Longitudinal and diagonal bracing;

Eaves materials including soffit bearers and gable ladders as necessary;

Initial air tests and certification;

Hoisting, cranage and movement of materials on site including any temporary access as necessary.

Fall arrest systems.

General Civil Engineering; Highways Planned Maintenance, Improvement, Construction and TR & T

City and County of Swansea | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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45230000, 45262640, 34929000, 63712200, 45233150, 45233100, 45233139, 45442121, 45232452, 45233223, 45233251, 45200000, 45230000, 45262640, 45233150, 45233100, 45233223, 45233251

“The City and County of Swansea in a Local Authority that in on the boundary of West Wales and is boarded by the counties of Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.

We in the City and County of Swansea are very clear about our aspirations for the county and how we wish to not only transform it for the future but importantly maintain our assets for generations to come and as such making the county a better place for all of our people.

To assist us in this process we have identified the need to once again form a Highways Partnership that will facilitate a smooth transaction when the current partnership ends and will build on the successes made.

The County is responsible for the maintenance of more than 1100km of carriageway, 1500km of footway and in excess of 200 bridges and structures. It is our aim that the actions of the partnership will ensure that these assets are:

- Return the County’s infrastructure to an acceptable standard where identified

- Significantly improve the appearance of the highway network

- Bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities

The Partnership will consist of two lots: one to carry out civil work as requested and the second to carry out carriageway resurfacing and associated works identified in the current program plus additional projects subject to funding.

Therefore the City and County of Swansea (the Client) requires a third party / parties (the Service Provider) to manage and deliver its Core Highways Planned Maintenance Contract. This Contract is required to deliver our strategic objectives and the Service Provider/s will be expected to demonstrate year on year improvements to satisfying the following objectives:

- Ensuring the network is safe for users, as far as is reasonably practicable – so that we are able to comply with our statutory duties and successfully defend against potential claims

- Maintain the value of the highway assets – to ensure sound financial management of the highway assets

- Maintain the visual appearance of the network – to help enhance the environment of the County

- Maintain availability of the highway network ensuring that highway users are free to travel with minimal disruption

- Minimise disruption to residents and businesses – so that those living and working in the County suffer minimal disruption from Tasks being undertaken on the highway

To facilitate this, works may include but not be limited to the following:

New Highway Construction

Highway Improvements

Traffic Calming

Carriageway reconstruction

Footway reconstruction

Surfacing of carriageways

Surfacing of footpaths

Specialist surface treatments

Drainage and ducting

Painting including structural painting

Maintenance and renewal of safety fencing

Concrete placing and repair

Waterproofing of structures

Brickwork and Blockwork

General Civil Engineering

NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=39850

General Civil Engineering; Highways Planned Maintenance, Improvement, Construction and TR and T

City and County of Swansea | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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45233223, 45233251

The City and County of Swansea in a Local Authority that in on the boundary of West Wales and is boarded by the counties of Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.

We in the City and County of Swansea are very clear about our aspirations for the county and how we wish to not only transform it for the future but importantly maintain our assets for generations to come and as such making the county a better place for all of our people.

To assist us in this process we have identified the need to once again form a Highways Partnership that will facilitate a smooth transaction when the current partnership ends and will build on the successes made.

The County is responsible for the maintenance of more than 1 100km of carriageway, 1 500km of foot-way and in excess of 200 bridges and structures. It is our aim that the actions of the partnership will ensure that these assets are:

— Return the County’s infrastructure to an acceptable standard where identified;

— Significantly improve the appearance of the highway network;

— Bring real improvements to the quality of life in local communities.

The Partnership will consist of 2 lots: 1 to carry out civil work as requested and the second to carry out carriageway resurfacing and associated works identified in the current program plus additional projects subject to funding.

Therefore the City and County of Swansea (the Client) requires a third party / parties (the Service Provider) to manage and deliver its Core Highways Planned Maintenance Contract. This Contract is required to deliver our strategic objectives and the Service Provider/s will be expected to demonstrate year on year improvements to satisfying the following objectives:

— Ensuring the network is safe for users, as far as is reasonably practicable — so that we are able to comply with our statutory duties and successfully defend against potential claims;

— Maintain the value of the highway assets — to ensure sound financial management of the highway assets;

— Maintain the visual appearance of the network — to help enhance the environment of the County;

— Maintain availability of the highway network ensuring that highway users are free to travel with minimal disruption;

— Minimise disruption to residents and businesses — so that those living and working in the County suffer minimal disruption from Tasks being undertaken on the highway.

To facilitate this, works may include but not be limited to the following:

New Highway Construction;

Highway Improvements;

Traffic Calming;

Carriageway reconstruction;

Foot-way reconstruction;

Surfacing of carriageways;

Surfacing of footpaths;

Specialist surface treatments;

Drainage and ducting;

Painting including structural painting;

Maintenance and renewal of safety fencing;

Concrete placing and repair;

Waterproofing of structures;

Brickwork and Block-work;

General Civil Engineering.

Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=39850