Last edited 22 Oct 2014

Tender report for construction contracts

A tender report is a brief history of the tendering process and an analysis of each tender submission and any subsequent negotiations. It is generally prepared by the cost consultant for submission to the client but should have observations and contributions from the design team regarding the perceived value of each bid.

The report should conclude with a clear recommendation as to the best value for money offer. If the tender process has any implications for the project, or changes the position compared to the impression the client had been given pre-tender, then these should be clearly set out.

The tender report provides an audit trail for the selection process and might include:

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