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Olympic Park landscaping contract open to bidders

10 June 2009

The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has issued a contract notice for the landscaping works within the south of the Olympic Park.

The works involve the construction and maintenance of the landscape and public realm works contained within the south Park section of the Olympic Park (divided from the north Park by the North London Line that runs through the centre of the Park).

The works will include:
- the front- and back-of-house areas associated with the south Park venues;
- the concourse connecting venues together;
- spectator support areas, and soft and hard landscape works required within the south Park boundary;
- the demolition, construction and maintenance of the subsequent legacy transformation works.

Interested bidders may only express interest via the eTendering website. Expressions sent by any other means will not be accepted. Those expressing an interest must complete a pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) and are advised to submit expressions of interest (EOI) at the earliest opportunity to allow sufficient time for completion of the PQQ. Please note that interested bidders must meet the ODA's mandatory pre-qualification requirements.

The deadline for EOI and completed PQQ submissions is 12pm BST on Monday 13 July 2009 via the eTendering website. Those successful in qualification will be invited to tender.



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