Deal being masterminded by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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A collection of London universities are searching for engineers and consultants for an £88m framework to support their capital works programmes.

Recruitment to the framework is being led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (pictured) on behalf of the University of London, the Royal Veterinary College, Birkbeck, Soas and UK Research and Innovation.

The framework will include five lots, with multiple suppliers set to be appointed to each.

The lots are for architecture, structural engineer, M&E consultant, project manager and quantity surveyor and will last seven years.

Firms can apply to as many lots as they want and may be appointed to all five if successful in each catergory.

They have until 8 April to register their interest, with invitations to tender set to be dispatched on 3 May.