Winners named for £4bn rail regions upkeep

Aaron Morby 3 years ago
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Network Rail has named the contractors it will use to deliver up to £4bn of infrastructure work across its Western and Wales region.

Four firms have won places in Wales with Alun Griffiths and AmcoGiffen figuring in most lots. A total of seven firms have secured places as favoured firms in the Western region, with BAM, Hochtief and Morgan Sindall bagging the major projects lot.

The multi-discipline framework for control period 6 will deliver projects of varying value, including stations, buildings and civils, electrifications, power, signalling, telecommunications and track.

It will last for three years with a five-year option to extend.

Western and Wales Region


Wales 

  • Civils: Alun Griffiths (Contractors); AmcoGiffen; Centregreat Rail
  • Geotechincal:  Alun Griffiths (Contractors); AmcoGiffen
  • Metallic Structures: Alun Griffiths (Contractors); AmcoGiffen; Centregreat Rail;
  • Signalling, Power & Communication (SP&C) and Electrification & Plant: AmcoGiffen; Kier

Western

  • Projets £4m to £30m: BAM Nuttall; Hochtief (UK) Construction; Morgan Sindall
  • Projects up to £4m: Alun Griffiths (Contractors); AmcoGiffen; Graham Construction; R&W Rail

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