About Katie Royal
TenderSpace is a web based collection of tools specifically designed for everyone involved in property or construction related businesses.Other
TenderSpace connects clients, contractors, professional and suppliers via its unique “ToolBox” function. This large suite of free tools allows people to connect, analyse and manage efficiently. For owners, occupiers and their advisors TenderSpace’s ToolBox will help find the right resources for projects large or small.
For contractors, suppliers, specialists, tradesmen and professionals sourcing new opportunities, a low cost subscription unlocks "Work Finder”, allowing the subscriber to directly source work at an early stage, ahead of the game as well as unleashing the full power of Quick Quote and Sercha.
Comprehensive, intuitive, flexible and bespoke, TenderSpace offers everything at your fingertips, in one place.
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