ALMOST £1m of work to help deliver elements of the transformation at Dundee Waterfront will be discussed by councillors next week.
Tenders for work on Dundee Railway Station and consultancy services to support the development of Waterfront Place will be considered by Dundee City Council’s city development committee.
Lynne Short committee convener said: “We have all watched as the railway station takes shape and adds to the waterfront’s impressive skyline. The first tender is for facilities inside this amazing building including the ticket office fit out, installation of ticket vending machines and security gates
“The second tender will procure consultants to help with the design of the proposed public space at Waterfront Place and professional services including building and landscape architecture, the design of the water feature and lighting.
“It is important that both of these projects have the right elements to ensure maximum impact and usability for residents and visitors.”
A report to the city development committee recommends that Pacific Building Ltd carry out the railway station works at a total cost of £459,257, while Perfect Circle JV Ltd is recommended for the consultancy services at a cost of £360,212.
The city development committee meets on Monday (September 25).
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