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- Contract (Works)
- 23.5 month
- 19 Nov 2021
- To 11 Dec 2023 (est.)
- 21 Dec 2021 15:00
Northern Ireland: Newry and Mourne
- Department for Infrastructure Belfast
The Interim Term Contracts for Asphalt Resurfacing - Phase 1 will include the following work activities: delivery of multiple concurrent resurfacing schemes; laying various types of asphalt, asphalt concrete and thin surfacing; reshaping of carriageways; adjustment of street furniture to new levels; adjustment/provision of kerblines; adjustment/provision of carriageway drainage systems; delivery of traffic management; provision of road markings and studs and other associated ancillary works in the following contract areas: IAW1 - Magherafelt IAW2 - Omagh IAW3 - Dungannon IAW4 - Strabane IAS1 - Newry and Mourne IAS2 - Down
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- 45000000 - Construction work
- 45200000 - Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work
- 45220000 - Engineering works and construction works
- 45230000 - Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flatwork
- Restrictions apply to the lot award allocation.
- This is a one-off contract (no recurrence)
- Renewals are not available.
- Financial restrictions apply.
- Technical restrictions apply.
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- FTS 028935-2021