Liverpool City Council has started its search for consultants wanting to join its new four-year professional services highways framework, worth £240 million.
According to a prior information notice (PIN) for the framework which runs from 31 January 2022 to January 2026, the council is looking for between four and six suppliers for each of the lots.
Work will include; programme and project management, project design and site support, project health and safety, project costs and commercial consultants, TRO consultancy and drafting services, transport planning advice (including transport modelling), and miscellaneous work such as IT design, bridge surveys and site investigations, environmental specialisms and some car parking services
The Council said that it thinks a maximum number of 45 participants will be appointed to the framework
Companies should register by 29th October here: Highways Professional Services Framework – RFI – Find a Tender (find-tender.service.gov.uk).