As part of our work to conserve and preserve the built heritage of Wales, Cadw needs to purchase a range of works, services and goods.
This includes, among other things, specialist conservation of ancient and historic buildings, general construction work (main and sub-contract), small plant, maintenance services, consultancy services, art-quality print, exhibition design, cleaning services, grounds maintenance and landscaping.
Cadw has a policy of contracting only with companies that are technically competent and financially sound and who share our commitment to providing quality services to the visiting public.
We always look for value for money in our purchasing and if you wish to become a supplier to Cadw you should expect to compete for any contracts that become available.
The websites mentioned make it easier for suppliers to work not just with the Welsh Government but with over one hundred other Welsh public sector bodies such as local authorities, health trusts and boards, colleges and universities, and the police and fire services.
One registration process allows a supplier’s details to be made available to all registered organisations and gives the supplier access to information on them. Suppliers register the kinds of work they are interested in, and automatically receive details of relevant tendering opportunities by e-mail.
To register, please go to the sell2wales website.
Full details of Welsh Government Procurement Policy are available here