A joint venture between Morgan Sindall and BeMo Tunnelling has been awarded a place on London Underground’s ‘Future Stations’ Civils and Tunnelling Works framework. The eight-year framework is anticipated to be worth £350 million.
The successful JV was awarded a place on all three procurement lots – Lot 1 (Civils), Lot 2 (Tunnelling) and Lot 3 (Civils and Tunnelling).
The framework is part of London Underground’s plans to upgrade its stations – including Camden, Elephant and Castle and Paddington.
Work packages will include the construction of new station entrances, ticket halls and platforms including associated tunnelling and shaft works.
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Paul Gott, managing director of major projects at Morgan Sindall, said; ‘We are delighted to have been appointed to this prestigious framework. Our joint venture has a strong working relationship having already worked together on a number of complex projects in the capital and we are looking forward to deploying this expertise on this framework.’