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Crossrail unveils shortlist London stations worth £1.5bn

Main construction contract shortlists are confirmed for the remaining central London Crossrail stations of Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel.

Crossrail today announced the shortlists for the remaining central London stations – Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel stations. The following organisations will be invited to tender:

C412 – Bond Street

  • Costain / Skanska
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • Bam Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier
  • Lend Lease Construction (EMEA)

C422 – Tottenham Court Road

  • Bam Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier
  • Dragados / Sisk
  • Lend Lease Construction (EMEA)
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction

C502 – Liverpool Street

  • Balfour Beatty / Morgan Sindall / Vinci
  • Costain / Skanska
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction
  • Dragados / Sisk

C512 - Whitechapel

  • Balfour Beatty / Morgan Sindall / Vinci
  • Costain / Skanska
  • Bam Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier
  • Dragados / Sisk

 

The total combined value of these four main construction contracts is in the region of nearly £1bn. The shortlists for the remaining two central London stations, Paddington and Farringdon, were announced at the start of 2011.

“The major procurement focus for Crossrail during 2011 will be the main construction contracts for the six central London stations, worth in the region of £1.5bn,” said Crossrail programme director Andy Mitchell.

“We are now in a position to confirm the shortlist for Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel stations. This means that we have now confirmed the shortlists for all central London stations as Paddington and Farringdon stations were announced earlier this year.”

Crossrail will run 118 km from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west, through new twin-bore 21 km tunnels under central London to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. It will bring an additional 1.5M people within 45 minutes commuting distance of London’s key business districts. 

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