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16th August 2013
Source: Construction News
The Education Funding Agency has shortlisted three contractors to compete for the first batch of privately financed priority schools worth £150m. Morgan Sindall, Wates and a joint venture between Interserve and property developer Kajima will bid for the Hertfordshire, Luton and Reading batch of seven schools. The three bidders will now enter a 17-week competitive dialogue period with the EFA, with the final bids due in the first week of January 2014. Overall, the batch of schools is expected to take 15 months to procure. The preferred bidder will design, build, finance and maintain the seven schools in Hertfordshire, Luton and Reading and provide hard and soft facilities management services.
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