Salford City Council has named contractors to a framework for delivery of ground-floor extensions and adaptations to make homes ready for occupation by disabled tenants.
The local authority plans to spend between £1.2m and £1.6m over four years creating level access to bedrooms and bathrooms and adaptations to kitchens.
The scoring was weighted towards the cheapest, with 30% on contract specifics and 70% on price. The council received 25 offers.
The contractors selected were as follows:
- DLP Services, Salford
- Wright Build, Atherton
- Strutec NW, Knowsley
- C Owens Builders & Contractors, Salford
- C Smithies, Prestwich
- Morrison Facilities Services, Manchester
- Excell UK, Leeds
- David Marlow Building Contractor, Bolton
- Huyton Plumbing & Heating, Skelmersdale
- M Connor Joinery & Building Contractor, Swinton
- Mack 4, Openshaw
- Hughes Brothers Building & Joinery, Leigh
- KDB Services, Prestwich
The contractors were chosen using the Chest procurement system and the framework started on Tuesday 30 April.