UK government awards HS2 contracts worth £6.6bn

HS2 contracts

July 19, 2017 – The UK government has awarded contracts worth £6.6bn to construct the new high-speed railway between London and Birmingham.

The scope of the work also includes the construction of tunnels, bridges, embankments and viaducts.

 

The winning bidders to build the first phase of the route are:

 

Area South

 

Euston Tunnels and Approaches – SCS JV (Skanska Construction UK Ltd, Costain Ltd, STRABAG AG)

 

Northolt Tunnels – SCS JV (Skanska Construction UK Ltd, Costain Ltd, STRABAG AG)

 

Area Central

 

Chiltern Tunnels and Colne Valley Viaduct – Align JV (Bouygues Travaux Publics, VolkerFitzpatrick, Sir Robert McAlpine)

North Portal Chiltern Tunnels to Brackley – CEK JV (Carillion Construction Ltd, Eiffage Genie Civil SA, Kier Infrastructure and Overseas Ltd)

Brackley to South Portal of Long Itchington Wood Green Tunnel – CEK JV (Carillion Construction Ltd, Eiffage Genie Civil SA, Kier Infrastructure and Overseas Ltd)

Area North

 

Long Itchington Wood Green Tunnel to Delta Junction and Birmingham Spur – BBV JV (Balfour Beatty Group Ltd, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, VINCI Construction UK Ltd, VINCI Construction Terrassement)

Delta Junction to WCML Tie-In – BBV JV (Balfour Beatty Group Ltd, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, VINCI Construction UK Ltd, VINCI Construction Terrassement)

The project is expected to create 16,000 jobs, with the first trains due to run between London and Birmingham in 2026.

HS2 chairman David Higgins said: “This is a huge day for the HS2 project and for the country. These contracts will support 16,000 jobs here in Britain and will create opportunities for thousands of SMEs.”

Source:- http://www.worldconstructionnetwork.com/news/uk-government-awards-hs2-contracts-worth-66bn/

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