Firms have until 22 January to register interest
Contractors have been put on notice for a £2.5bn Ministry of Justice framework running over five years.
The MoJ is looking to appoint contractors to three frameworks based on three anticipated project value bands between up to £30m.
There is also a possibility of an additional £1bn spend if the three frameworks up for grabs are extended by two years.
Framework A is divided into four regional lots for projects with an individual value of up to £5m, with the total value expected to be £1.12bn over five years.
Framework B will also be divided onto four regional lots and can be used on projects valued between £5m and £10m, with the anticipated total value expected to be £750m.
A firm can only occupy a maximum of two positions across two separate lots within Framework B.
Framework C consists of one national lot for projects valued between £10m and £30m and is due to be worth a total of £625m in total.
Each lot will have one preferred supplier and two reserve suppliers.
Six firms will be shortlisted for each of the Framework A lots, 10 for each of the Framework B lots and 16 for the sole lot on Framework C.
Firms have until noon 22 January to register their interest.
MoJ Constructor Services Frameworks
Lot #1 - North England - £350m
Lot #2 - South England - £338m
Lot #3 - Central England and Wales - £225m
Lot #4 - London and East England - £203m
Lot #1 - North England - £240m
Lot #2 - South England - £195m
Lot #3 - Central England and Wales - £203m
Lot #4 - London and East England - £113m
Lot #1 - National - £625m