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Tender – Repair of Lithgow Library Façade and Awning

Lithgow City Council is inviting companies to tender for the replacement of the Lithgow Library Façade and Awning.

In 2019, Council discovered that the building’s façade and awning had developed structural issues and in the interest of safety, these components were removed from the building.

In the meantime, Council has had a design commissioned and relevant approvals have been sought. The next stage in the process involves inviting companies to quote for the repair works via a tender process.

Local, experienced builders with experience managing sub-contractors are encouraged to tender for these works.

Documentation which includes instructions on how to tender can be uploaded free of charge from Council’s electronic tendering website, Vendorpanel.

To register, go to and select the Building Trade & Repairs & Maintenance Services category.

Tenders can be submitted up until 10:00am, Friday 17 September 2021

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