Thursday June 4, 2020

Tenders picking up after years of decline

Construction contracts leading recovery, says tenders body

19th May, 2016
Love me tender: public procurement market is on the rise. Pic: Pixabay

New figures show that the value of public procurement tenders has almost halved since 2008, falling from around €16 billion to €8.5 billion in the seven years to 2015.

But Tenders Direct Ireland, a specialist tender information and alert service, is reporting that the public procurement market is once again on the rise, particularly in the construction sector.

Tim Williams, managing director of Millstream, which operates Tenders Direct Ireland said the public procurement market on the island...

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