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Takeover kills East London Line bid

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MOWLEM'S BID for the main works contract on Transport for London's £900M East London Line upgrade is expected to end following its takeover by Carillion.

A Mowlem/Parsons joint venture, supported by consultant Jacobs Babtie, is shortlisted for the job in competition with a Carillion/ Balfour Beatty joint venture.

Both bidders are due to submit tender documents by 31 March, along with a Laing O'Rourke/Amec Spie/Vinci Grands Projets joint venture and Skanska/Costain/ Siemens/First Engineering group.

This will be almost a month after the Carillion takeover of Mowlem is expected to be finalised.

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