Bristol City Council has announced plans for two framework contracts covering the city's social housing worth a combined £70m.
The first of these is a five-year deal, with up to two years' extension, covering the refurbishment, replacement and upgrades of domestic kitchens and electrical installations to the city's estimated 30,000 council tenants and leaseholders.
The contract is worth up to £45m.
The second framework is a three-year contract, with up to 12 months' extension, for internal and external painting and decorations, replacing PVC and timber windows, cavity wall ties, tiled pitched roofs replacement, and repairs to roofs.
The contract, which will be divided into eight lots, is worth up to £25m.
The award procedure for both frameworks will start on 8 September.