Infrastructure contracts worth up to £242m have been opened to potential bidders by the Glasgow City Council
The infrastructure contracts include construction, civil engineering and road infrastructure projects in the city. Projects include road surfacing, painting, lighting, temporary traffic management, landscaping, installation of playgrounds and heritage restoration.
Glasgow City Council is looking for at least five companies who can cover all elements of the infrastructure contracts for the construction, repair and maintenance of the projects.
Appointment of suppliers will take place on 1 May 2019, with contracts set to run for three years.
The contracts will form part of a wider local authority procurement framework in partnership with North Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire councils.
Councillor Susan Aitken, leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “These major contracts will bring jobs and opportunities for local people and organisations to work on projects that improve Glasgow’s economy in the short and long term.
“I would invite all those interested in bidding for these contracts to visit the procurement website.”
More details of the contracts can be found on the Public Contracts Scotland website.