Contracts

Construction of Plinth

Closing date: 7 February 2020

The National Army Museum wishes to construct a concrete plinth at the north-east end of its site on Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea. The plinth will be dressed with York Stone as provided by Marshalls, from their Scoutmoor Quarry. This is to match the existing hard surfaces at the front of the Museum. The plinth is to support a Challenger Two main battle tank. The tank will be installed by others.

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Cleaning Services at the National Army Museum Premises

Closing date: 3 February 2020

The National Army Museum is looking to appoint a contractor to deliver cleaning, pest control, landscaping and washroom services to the Museum’s Chelsea site or Stevenage site or both. The Museum currently works with a contractor to deliver these services across the Museum's Estate. This contract is coming up for renewal and requires re-tendering.

The Museum has broken the tender down into two lots. Service providers may provide tender submissions for an individual lot or for both lots. Tenderers should indicate their choice of lots.

  • Lot 1: National Army Museum, Chelsea (Royal Hospital Road)
  • Lot 2: National Army Museum Store, Stevenage
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Strategic Communications Support

Closing date: 20 January 2020

The National Army Museum is looking to identify a partner who will develop a communications strategy and approach. This will include creating an overarching communications and messaging framework to complement the Museum's audience segments and will also allow the Museum to talk with consistency and relevance.

In addition, we are seeking a partner who can provide ongoing communications support and consultancy across this and other projects, as required.

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Contracts available for tender are advertised above. All contracts which fall within the OJEU Regulations, and are above the OJEU threshold, will be advertised in accordance with those regulations.

For more information on available contracts, the tendering process, and awarded contracts, please contact us directly.

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