The infrastructure provider has put out a call for firms to bid for a £1.1bn framework for Reactive and Small Scheme works covering its building and civil assets within the Eastern Region over five years.
Selected firms will cover a range of works from geotechnical, bridge and tunnel upkeep, rock cuttings and earthworks alongside reactive smaller-scale buildings and structures work packages.
CP7 framework lots
Lot 1 – Civil Assets – Covering North & East, East Coast and East Midlands Routes
Lot 2 – Civil Assets – Covering Anglia Route
Lot 3 – Building Assets – Covering North & East, East Coast and East Midlands Routes
Lot 4 – Building Assets – Covering Anglia Route
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In the Midlands, Network Rail has also put firms on alert for a £1.4bn major alliance deal.
This planned alliance will deliver the Midlands Rail Hub programme of major works across the West, Central and East Midlands.
Acting as client, Network Rail is seeking two main alliance partners to deliver £1bn non-signalling and £350m signalling works.
Works within scope include the design and build of: new platforms and sidings; up to two new chords into Birmingham Moor Street; widening of existing viaduct; power supply upgrades; new freight loops; new overhead line equipment (OLE) and various signalling works including the re-modelling of existing layouts.
MRH is intended to be delivered through an Alliance delivery model with the two partners working under a NEC4 Alliance Contract.
Interested firms can register an interest by clicking here ahead of a formal invitation to tender in Febraury 2024.
A market briefing is due to be held in January with details sent to registered firms.