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New Tender Opportunities With HIAL for 2024

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Highlands and Islands businesses are being encouraged to apply for 31 contracts for maintenance work at airports across the region, which will be available for tender between June and October 2024.

The contracts, with values between £50k and £15 million, include a range of services to support Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) across a number of locations.

All companies with the skills and experience can apply for the contracts through the open tender process, with Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing works at Barra, Campbeltown, Islay and Tiree competed through the invitation to quote process. 

HIAL is committed to promoting and enabling sustainable outcomes to benefit its airports, society and local economies while minimising damage to the environment.

HIAL is aiming to ensure that bidders can provide sustainable benefits and meet response times to keep our airports operational.  

Interested businesses must:

·      Register as a supplier on Public Contracts Scotland www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk 

·      Note their interest by emailing procurement@hial.co.uk

·      Attend the Information session on MS Teams

·      Wait to receive notification of tender opportunity via Public Contracts Scotland. 

Information to inform and support businesses throughout the tender process is available to help as many companies as possible to participate.

An online information session about the 31 contract opportunities has been organised and full details of this session is included within the Prior Information Notices (PINs). 

A video has been produced to help inform businesses of the process – click here to view

Head of Procurement at HIAL, Sarah Shelley, said: 

“These contracts are a fantastic opportunity for businesses to work with HIAL to provide day to day, routine and reactive maintenance services across our airports.

“We would encourage any company, small or large, to register their interest as a potential supplier and tender for relevant contracts as they become available on the Public Contracts Scotland website.”

More details are available by clicking here 

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