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Environment Agency reveals firms on delayed framework

The Environment Agency has named the list of firms on its delayed 10 year, £2.5bn water and environment management (WEM) framework, NCE can reveal.

The announcement comes five months after the bidding was suspended when flaws were spotted in the process just weeks before it was due to be awarded (NCE 17 January 2013). Tendering restarted in late February.

A number of major consultants such as Capita Symonds, Mott MacDonald and CH2M Hill subsidiary Halcrow have won places on the framework (see box). The Agency is expected to make a formal announcement on 10 June.

The delay was understood to have cost some firms hundreds of thousands of pounds from staff working on the bid full-time. However, while feedback has been provided to all bidders, NCE understands that none have been compensated for lost time during the tender process.

 

Successful bidders

Engineering & Related Services

  • Capita Symonds
  • Halcrow
  • JacksonHyder
  • Jacobs UK
  • Mott MacDonald

 

Modelling Mapping & Data

  • Capita Symonds
  • Halcrow Group
  • JacksonHyder
  • Jacobs UK
  • Jeremy Benn Associates
  • Mott MacDonald

 

Environmental Services

  • AKT (AECOM, Kier)
  • Capita Symonds
  • Halcrow Group

 

Asset Delivery

  • BMM joint venture (BAM Nuttall, Mott MacDonald)
  • GBV joint venture (GallifordTry, Black and Veatch)
  • JacksonHyder
  • JN Bentley Ltd, Jeremy Benn Associates
  • Team Van Oord
  • VBA consortium (VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster, Atkins)

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