The design and construction and upgrading of approximately 850 meters of shared use footpath over four locations as part of the development of a 16-mile shared use footpath enabling the creation of a heritage trail.

— design of New and existing path routes,

— construction of new semi-bound footpaths,

— construction of new unbound footpaths,

— upgrading of existing unbound footpaths,

— erection of new post and rail fencing,

— removal of redundant infrastructure (paths, fencing, steps),

— drainage works,

— the project is notifiable under the current CDM regulations. Construction phase plan (CPP), including RAMS will be produced by the principle contractor and signed off by the contract project manager prior to work starting on site.

Extended TitleELGT – Shale Trail Design and Construction of Shared-use Path Construction Phase 1
Extended Description

The design and construction and upgrading of approximately 850 meters of shared use footpath over 4 locations as part of the development of a 16-mile shared use footpath enabling the creation of a heritage trail.

Publication Date2019-08-20
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusAwarded
TypeOpen procedure
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
OrganisationEdinburgh and Lothian Greenspace Trust
Attention OfHeath Brown
AddressSwanston Steading, 109/11 Swanston Road
TownEdinburgh
Postal CodeEH10 7DS
Phone+44 7943530806
Class Code45233161
Class DescriptionFootpath construction work
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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