July 2015 Newsletter

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£120m Barking Riverside Overground Extension Open To Interested Contractors

Contractors interested in building a rail extension in east London that could be worth up to £120m have been invited to confirm their interest, Transport for London has announced.

£40m Contract

£40m Contract To Build Mixed-Use Project in London

Mace has won a contract to build a mixed-use project on Tottenham Court Road in London for developer Exemplar, said to be worth up to £40m.

£144m Tram Extension

£144m Tram Extension Plan For Edinburgh

A £144m extension to Edinburgh’s tram system moved a step closer with councillors set to approve a final stage of work.

Converting Stratfords Olympic


Converting Stratford’s Olympic Stadium Into A Multi-Sport Facility Rises To £272m

It is reported that the cost of converting Stratford’s Olympic Stadium into a multi-sport facility has risen to £272m, the London Legacy Development Corporation has confirmed.


Central Scotland


Central Scotland’s Green Network Infrastructure Worth £2.8bn

The Central Scotland Green Network is one of the Scottish Government’s National Development projects, with a potential £2.8bn to be spent upgrading green infrastructure before 2020. Potentially, this represents a huge amount of work for contractors.

Thames Tideway

Thames Tideway Tunnel Project Requires New Bids

Thames Tideway Tunnel had previously shortlisted a group headed by Amber Infrastructure and Dalmore Capital and a consortium headed by Prudential subsidiary Infracapital and Borealis. However, the bids for the £4bn contract were said to be “too close” and the procurement process has been extended to introduce an extra stage, known as “a best and final offer”.

Hants Construction

£400 Hants Construction Framework List Revealed

Ten contractors have secured places on Hampshire County Council’s Intermediate Construction framework, said to be worth up to £400m. The framework will include projects in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the borough of Reading, with possible wider use in Berkshire and Surrey. The majority of the works are expected to be worth between £1.5m and £3m, said the council.

£160m Hampshire


£160m Hampshire Hospital Design-And-Build Contract To Kier

Construction Company Kier has confirmed it is preferred bidder on the £160m design-and-build contract for a new critical treatment hospital for Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Work on the 45,000 sq m campus is expected to get under way on site in April 2016, and will include a cancer treatment centre and critical pathology laboratories.


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