Jobs include construction of roads, car parks and visitor centre
English Heritage has put out a call for contractors to carry out a series of jobs in the vicinity of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, totalling up to £15m.
The contracts include carrying out construction of roads, pathways and parking including a roundabout and associated carriageways, internal access roads, coach and car parking and pathways.
Work will also include the construction of a visitor centre comprised of 2 pods and containing areas for retail, interpretation, catering, education, back of house facilities and WCs; the construction of a new ancillary building containing back of house facilities; and a phased redevelopment of the hub building.
External works will include the decommissioning of a section of the A344 and reinstating as chalk grassland and external landscaping works and presentation of archaeological features.
It is anticipated that works will start in May 2012 and complete in April 2014.
Requests to participate must be received by 19 July 2011.