The pairing won the hotly contested job against shortlisted rivals Laing O’Rourke, Lend Lease and a BAM Nuttall/Ferrovial/ Kier joint venture, which decided not to submit a detailed bid.
Contract C412 for Bond Street station is subject to a ten-day OJEU standstill period before being formally awarded.
Bond Street station is being delivered through two major contracts – C411 and C412.
Costain Skanska picked up contract C411 in March 2011 to deliver the necessary civil engineering works to enable the TBMs to progress through the station box.
This made it favourite to take station fit-out Contract C412, although Laing O’Rouke and Lend Lease had high hopes of winning the job.
Andrew Wolstenholme, Crossrail Chief Executive said: “Crossrail has now awarded the final main construction contract for the new central section stations.
Contracts worth over £5bn have been awarded to-date, providing a much needed boost to the construction industry and the UK economy.
The Bond Street Crossrail station contract will create hundreds of new jobs with hundreds more created in the wider supply chain.
“Crossrail will transform access to the West End while also acting as a catalyst for the major development and regeneration of the local area. Twenty-four trains an hour in each direction will pass through the station during peak periods, hugely enhancing the capacity at one of central London’s busiest stations.”
Following completion of the works, a major over-site development will be constructed above the Crossrail station.