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Early contractor involvement sought for Hammersmith flyover rehabilitation

Transport for London’s Roads Directorate is seeking early contractor involvement for the next phase of rehabilitation of the Hammersmith flyover as well as key works on other assets.

The programme of works, which is due to complete by March 2016, was last week set out in a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Journal. It aims to create framework agreements for Early Contractor Involvement and Construction on three lots across the TfL roads network to reduce whole life costs on the assets and increase the resilience and reliability of the network.

“It is important that this work is commenced quickly and from the start engages contractors and other key stakeholders so as to avoid abortive design delays, minimise network disruption during the works and ensure that best value is achieved,” said the notice.

The packages

Lot 1
A1 Upper Holloway road over railway bridge reconstruction
A1 Highbury Corner road over railway bridge strengthening
A127 Ardleigh Green road over railway bridge reconstruction
A406 Power road over railway bridge reconstruction
Lot 2
A406 Fore street tunnel refurbishment
A316 Chiswick bridge over water refurbishment
A406 Woodlands retaining wall reconstruction
Lot 3
Hammersmith flyover phase two strengthening

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