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Crossrail posts £35M Liverpool Street advance works notice

Crossrail has issued an invitation for tenders for advance works and infrastructure at the Liverpool Street London Underground station.

This is the second notice Crossrail has posted in consecutive days - yesterday’s notice was for the refurbishment of the Connaught Tunnel in East London.

Advance works are to divert utilities in preparation of the new new Broadgate Ticket Hall and utility corridor.

Works will include a sprayed concrete lining 4m diameter and 56m long tunnel to take cables under the Metropolitan and Circle Lines to a new location at Platform 3.

New buildings must also be constructed and fitted, including a new 3-story substation, 6 new switch rooms, a Low Voltage Signalling Switch Room, and new Station Operations Rooms.

A new sprinkler valve chamber and apparatus must also be installed.

The estimated cost is between £20M and £35M, and interested parties must register their interest by 14 July.

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