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Race on for £250M Liverpool rail and tunnels framework


Merseytravel is searching for contractors to deliver a £250M consultancy services multi party framework.

The contract notice for the advertised four-year agreement, that will run from 2019 to 2023, outlines that the framework is divided into 14 lots and covers tunnels engineering consultancy, rail engineering consultancy, and marine-naval naval architectural services.

The remaining lots are divided into: civil and structural engineering consultancy; mechanical & electrical engineering consultancy; architectural services; transport policy and planning consultancy; quantity surveying; safety, quality and environmental consultancy; programme/project management; highways infrastructure consultancy; business case development; and topographical surveys.

Framework bidders must also have the flexibility to handle work on a variety of public sector buildings.

The successful framework consultants for each lot may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, Liverpool City Council, Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, Halton Borough Council St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council and Liverpool Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

Tenders may now be submitted for each let. Requests to participate or tenders must be submitted electronically via

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