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Race on for £250M Liverpool transport framework

Mersey tunnel

Merseytravel is on the hunt for contractors to join its £250M consultancy services framework.

Liverpool’s public transport executive in in search of consultants with expertise in a range of engineering disciplines for the four-year agreement running from 2019 to 2023.

Divided into 14 lots, the framework covers tunnels engineering consultancy, rail engineering consultancy, and marine – 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;PR, campaign and engagement; and topographical surveys.

The majority of commissions undertaken are expected to involve the Merseytravel estate, which includes transport assets such as bus stations and ferry terminals, the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey tunnels and public attractions including spaceport and the U-boat experience.

Additional work may be provided by local and regional authorities across the wider Liverpool area and framework bidders must have the flexibility to handle work on a variety of public sector buildings.

Interested parties are invited to attend the Merseytravel Consultancy Service Supplier Event, which will take place at Merseytravel Headquarters, 1 Mann Island, Liverpool on September 19.

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