Organisers of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have revealed the next series of market engagement exercises for the delivery of some aspects of the sporting extravaganza.
The exercises will help to shape what some of the procurement contracts will look like for the event, which is due to take place between 27 July and 7 August 2022.
The latest round of market engagement exercises relate to procurement for accommodation contract servicing, uniform design and production and venue overlay turnkey.
The accommodation contracting service consultation closes at midday today.
A supplier is being sought to act act on behalf of the organising committee as the primary contact with the accommodation operators as the contracting agency.
The organising committee is also looking for contracters for the design, supply and manufacture uniforms for the Games workforce and technical officials, as well as providing logistics (warehousing and delivery).
The deadline is midday on Friday 22 May.
The venue overlay turnkey exercise relates to all the temporary infrastructure and hired commodities required to support a particular facility or venue, such as temporary seating, tents, cabins, staging, power, fencing, flooring, lighting and signage.
This is a market engagement exercise will gauge market feedback on the proposed services and procurement approach.
The deadline for submitting questionnaires is Wednesday 27 May.
More information on all of these opportunities can be found here.
Pictured: An artist’s impression of what Alexander Stadium, which is being revamped as part of the Games, will look like during the Games