Asbestos specialist Silverdell revealed last week that its Kitsons subsidiary in a joint venture with ED had secured a place on the framework.
Now Magnox has confirmed the full list of Doosan Keltbray Consortium, Celadon, Erith, Squibb/LVI Group, Nuvia and EDS/Kitsons
Work will start within months beginning with the de-planting of the boiler houses at Bradwell in Essex and the demolition of admin and ancillary buildings at Dungeness A in Kent.
Alan Bladon, Programme Director, said: “This gives us a great opportunity to outperform our decommissioning plans by building long term supply chain relationships, learning from experience, and increasing our ability to deliver.
“We have brought together a number of related projects in line with our approach to optimised decommissioning which, overall, is expected to save the taxpayer more than £1.3 billion as sites are delivered into care and maintenance.”