The major scheme forms part of the £300m Wessex Capacity Programme, which will increase train and passenger capacity at London’s busiest station and across the Wessex Route.
As well as bringing the closed Grimshaw-designed international station back into use, platforms 1-4 will also be extended along with extensive alterations to the track, signalling and buildings on the Wessex Route and at Waterloo, Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Richmond, Wimbledon and Surbiton Stations.
Network Rail aims to set up a risk and reward sharing alliance with contractors to deliver the huge design and build scheme that could also include £100m Woking Grade separation works within its scope.
Interested firms are being invited to attend two supplier engagement events on 30 May ahead of issuing PQQs on the 2 June.
The six-year packages of improvements are expected to get underway from the start of 2015.
Supplier Engagement Event
Sessions will be held on 30 May at 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-15:00
Address 12-34 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3EH
For further details email IPSframework@networkrail.co.uk