Highways Agency draws up shortlist for collaborative delivery framework | Smart Highways Magazine: Industry News

Highways Agency draws up shortlist for collaborative delivery framework

Share this story...Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on FacebookShare on Google+Email this to someonePrint this pageBuffer this pagePin on PinterestShare on StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

A shortlist of contractors has been drawn up by the Highways Agency for its new-style collaborative delivery framework.

The Agency invited tenders from shortlisted bidders on Monday 17 March which should be returned by late May. The HA is aiming to use the new framework for between £4 billion to £5bn of schemes over the next four to six years.

It is designed to establish closer working ties with designers and Agency officials. Work will include projects like the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon, managed motorways, motorway widening, junctions, bypass schemes, asset renewal works and pinch points.

The framework award is expected to be made in the autumn.

There are four lots in total. List of shortlisted suppliers:

Lot 1 is for professional design and engineering services

1) AECOM

2) Amey OW

3) Arup

4) Atkins

5) Capita Symonds – Design & Infrastructure/ Ramboll UK Ltd JV

6) CH2M Hill

7) Hyder Consulting (UK)

8) Jacobs Engineering UK ltd

9) Mott MacDonald Limited/Grontmij Limited JV

10) Mouchel Ltd

11) Pell Frischmann Consulting Engineers

12) Royal HaskoningDHV

13) RPS Group Ltd

14) URS Infrastructure and Environment (UK)

15)Waterman Transport & development Ltd/ Tony Gee & Partners LLP/ WYG Engineering limited JV (part of W2G Highways consortium)

16) WSP Civils Limited/Parsons Brinkerhoff JV

 

Lot 2 is for medium value construction works with scheme values of between 0 to £25m which may be extended up to £50m

1) EM Highway Services

2) VolkerFitzpatrick

3) McLaughlin and Harvey

4) John Graham Construction

5) Interserve Construction

6) Amey LG

7) Alun Griffiths (Contractors)

8) Geoffrey Osborne

9) Galliford Try Infrastructure

 

Lot 3a is for high value construction works with scheme values from £25m up to an initial value of £100m which may be extended up to £300m

1) Galliford Try Infrastructure

2) BAM Nuttall / Morgan Sindall JV

3) HOCHTIEF (UK) Construction

4) John Sisk & Son Ltd / Lagan Construction JV

5) Kier Construction

6) VINCI Construction UK Ltd (trading as Taylor Woodrow)/Vinci Construction Grands Projets JV

7) Laing O’Rourke Construction

8) Amey LG

9) Carillion Construction

10) Costain

11) Skanska Construction UK

 

Lot 3b is for high value construction works with scheme values of between £100m and £450m.

1) Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering

2) BAM Nuttall / Morgan Sindall JV

3) Bouygues TP

4) Carillion Construction

5) Costain

6) Skanska Construction UK

7) Laing O’Rourke Construction

 
Comments

No comments yet.