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United Kingdom-Bradford: Networks. Deadline:28.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Hamilton: Civil engineering consultancy services. Deadline:28.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Worthing: Drinking-water distribution. Deadline:18.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Caerphilly: Civil engineering consultancy services. Deadline:26.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Belfast: Water distribution and related services. Deadline: 01.09.2015


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United Kingdom-Glasgow: Machinery for the treatment of sewage. Deadline:10.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Belfast: Repair and maintenance services. Deadline:21.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Paisley: Plumbing materials. Deadline:12.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Plymouth: Dredging and pumping works. Deadline:17.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Northallerton: Dredging and pumping works. Deadline:24.08.2015


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United Kingdom-Worthing: Repair and maintenance of plant. Deadline:31.07.2015


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United Kingdom-Belfast: Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Deadline:07.09.2015


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