The project cost is estimated at between £35m and £39m. As reported last week, the scheme to build the museum secured planning permission opening the way for the tender notice to be published (link opens in a new tab).
The V&A at Dundee will celebrate Scotland's historic importance in design and will host exhibitions of outstanding international design.
The building design is led by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has evolved from a concept reflecting the natural cliff structures found along the north east coast of Scotland. The building envelope is created by a reinforced concrete structural wall clad in reconstituted precast units externally and timber cladding internally.
Details of the tender can be found in The Construction Index Contract Leads section.