The City of London is tendering for the refurbishment works to ensure the safeguarding and enjoyment of the Church for future generations. Many of the finishes to roofs, gutters, cupola and spire date from 1957 and are therefore towards the end of their service life, evidenced by the water ingress that has been an increasing problem in recent years. The surviving Wren masonry suffers from heavy carbon staining and discolouration along with a pattern of defects known as "corrosion jacking", caused by concealed iron cramps rusting, expanding and subsequently splitting and cracking the stonework. The project seeks to return the Church to a sound state of repair and improve the presentation of the historic building within the prominent backdrop of Guildhall. The full scope of the contract can be found on www.capitalesourcing.com, you will need to register and express your interest in the tender first before the system will allow you to download the tender documents, please note that emailing a request for the tender documents will not be entertained.
P O BOX 270
Contract value: 2900000
Published: 17 Jul 2020, Receipt by: 28 Aug 2020
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