Interested firms are now able to enter the first stages of a tender process by expressing an interest and completing a selection questionnaire.
Hull council said “the staged approach will enable the Hull Maritime project to assess all bids before selecting up to six contractors to compete for the contract.”
Garry Taylor, Assistant Director for Major Projects and Place, said: “This staged approach to the procurement process will allow us to ensure the best contractor is appointed to undertake and deliver an important element of the Hull Maritime project.
“The North End Shipyard is a hidden gem, steeped in shipbuilding history. The creation of the new visitor centre will regenerate the area, celebrate its 400 year history and showcase the Arctic Corsair’s tremendous career.”
The two-storey visitor centre next to the dock will be a major part of the transformation of the Grade II Hull Maritime Museum and the Dock Office Chambers, the creation of a new visitor attraction at the North End Shipyard and the restoration two historic vessels, the Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship.
Firms interested in the project can find more information here.