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ODA construction shortlists announced

Shortlists for the first package of Olympic construction for London's 2012 Games have been decided by the Olympic Delivery Authority, covering bridges, highways, other structures and associated infrastructure.
The work has been divided into four lots to stimulate wide market interest and allow for wide spread of industry response says the ODA.Companies listed for the awards, due early next year are:Lot 1 - Olympic Park North Area Roads and Bridges which includes 5km of roads, two land bridges; One road bridge; two underpasses; retaining walls and other ancillary works: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering; Costain and Skanska Construction.Lot 2 - Olympic Park South Area Roads and Bridges which includes approximately 3km of loop roads, four road bridges; one footbridge; one permanent; retaining walls and other ancillary works: Alfred McAlpine Project Service; Amec Group Design and Project Services; Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering; and Edmund NuttallLot 3 - Rail Over-Bridges which includes three land bridges; two road bridges; retaining walls and other ancillary works: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering; Hochtief (UK) Construction; Morgan Est; and Norwest HolstLot 4 - Main Stadium Area Bridges which includes one road bridge; five footbridges; retaining walls and other ancillary works: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering; Edmund Nuttall; Fitzpatrick Contractors; Kier Construction; and Sir Robert McAlpineThe ODA infrastructure director Simon Wright said the contracts would be key element in bring the Olympic park area together for both the Games and as infrastructure for the legacy communities after 2012.

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