The Cleveland Pools Trust Ltd have received a funding award from National Lottery Heritage Fund to restore and re-open the existing outdoor Georgian bathing Pool in Bath, which was originally built in 1815, and that has been closed to the public for decades. The site is listed Grade II* and is part of the Bath World Heritage Site. They are now seeking main contractors for the works. Estimated size of this contract is £2.7 million.
Cleveland Pools Main Contractor Stage 1
A National Lottery Heritage Fund grant is enabling Cleveland Pools Trust to carry out a project for the major refurbishment of Cleveland Pools. The project will convert the existing pool into a main and kids pool, the existing cottage, ladies pool and changing rooms are being refurbished, the upper pool is being converted to form an underground plant room and a new WC Block and Kiosk Building will be constructed, in addition the site will be landscaped with new pathways provided to facilitate access and a new pontoon will be constructed to give access from the adjacent River Avon. These works will transform the site and enable the pool to be used a fully functioning facility and there will also be visitor experience provided in terms of displays giving the history of the Pool, which is the oldest remaining example of a Georgian outdoor pool in the UK.
Estimated size of this contract is £2.7 million.
Interested contractors should download the project brief here. Cleveland Pools Invitation to Tender
Deadline for the receipt of completed proposals: 28 August 2019
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