Jacobs Engineering and Mott McDonald have made the industry’s most prized framework agreement for the first time.
They join EC Harris and Turner & Towsend Project Management on the five-year framework deal, which is worth around £15m.
It is understood EC Harris and T&T will share work on the £2.5bn Terminal 2 while Mott McDonald will work on infrastructure and Jacobs the western campus at Terminals 3 and 4.
BAA is understood to have received around a dozen bids from consultants to join the framework.
The deal announced today in the Official Journal of the European Union will come as a blow to previous BAA framework consultant Davis Langdon, which failed to make the cut this time round.
Heathrow Airport said it was looking for best practice analytical, management information collection, and reporting services to manage its capital investment programmes, both from a cost and schedule perspective.