Interpretation boards – tender briefing

26 October 2015 - Latest news

This contract is for the research, design, supply and installation of 14 bespoke interpretation boards.

The boards are to be displayed across 14 housing estates owned and managed by our local landlord Durham City Homes.

Bidders must have the ability to both design, output and install the bespoke boards, by working with schoolchildren and adults, as well as develop ‘time capsules’ to be buried on site.

For full details of the tender documentation click here.

The deadline for submissions is 12pm on Monday, 16 November 2015. Bids received after this time and date will be rejected from the procurement process.

Completed bids should be sent to:

Jack Buckley (15-16/B/001)
believe housing
First floor, Spectrum 6
Spectrum Business Park

Please do not leave any indication of who the tenderer is on the envelope containing your bid. This is to remain unknown until the opening of bids after the tender deadline.

For more information email with the subject line as – FAO – Jack Buckley; 15-16/B/001.

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