Merseytravel Consultancy Services Multi Party Framework Agreement 2019-2023

A Contract Award Notice
by MERSEYTRAVEL

Source
OJEU
Type
Framework (Services)
Duration
4 year (est.)
Value
£250M
Sector
CONSTRUCTION
Published
12 Sep 2019
Delivery
To 12 Sep 2023 (est.)
Deadline
n/a

Concepts

Location

Liverpool

Geochart for 2 buyers and 102 suppliers

2 buyers

47 suppliers

Description

Merseytravel requires a multi party framework agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1: Tunnels Engineering Consultancy, — Lot 2: Rail Engineering Consultancy, — Lot 3: Marine – Naval Architectural Services, — Lot 4: Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy, — Lot 5: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy, — Lot 6: Architectural Services, — Lot 7: Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy, — Lot 8: Quantity Surveying, — Lot 9: Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy, — Lot 10: Programme/ Project Management, — Lot 11: Highways Infrastructure Consultancy, — Lot 12: Business Case development, — Lot 13: Topographical Surveys.

Lot Division

1 Tunnels Engineering Consultancy

Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; bus stations; ferry terminals; public attractions such as spaceport and the U-Boat experience, engineering workshops, bus and rail park and ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful framework consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of local authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, libraries, depots, municipal buildings, housing and social services offices, nurseries and schools, other facilities for children and young people, health buildings, public conveniences and residential properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

2 Rail Engineering Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

3 Marine - Naval Architectural Services

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

4 Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

5 Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

6 Architectural Services

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

7 Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

8 Quantity Surveying

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

9 Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

10 Programme / Project Management

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

11 Highways Infrastructure Consultancy

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

12 Business Case Development

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

13 Topographical Surveys

Merseytravel requires a Multi Party Framework Agreement with suitably experienced consultants in the following areas: — Lot 1 - Tunnels Engineering Consultancy — Lot 2 - Rail Engineering Consultancy — Lot 3 - Marine – Naval Architectural Services — Lot 4 - Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy — Lot 5 - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Consultancy — Lot 6 - Architectural Services — Lot 7 - Transport Policy and Planning Consultancy — Lot 8 - Quantity Surveying — Lot 9 - Safety, Quality and Environmental Consultancy — Lot 10 - Programme/ Project Management — Lot 11 - Highways Infrastructure Consultancy — Lot 12 - Business Case development — Lot 13 - Topographical Surveys Merseytravel’s estate comprises of various offices; Bus stations; Ferry terminals; public attractions such as Spaceport and the U-Boat Experience, Engineering Workshops, Bus & Rail Park & Ride facilities; both the Kingsway and Queensway Mersey Tunnels and associated assets including ventilation stations and public spaces. The greater share of the anticipated commissions to be undertaken via the Framework, are expected to be centred on Merseytravel’s assets. However, the successful Framework Consultants may also be expected to undertake commissions and services for other partners of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority which includes Halton, and in this instance the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Sites relating to the contracting authorities will cover a broad array of Local Authority properties. Buildings vary in purpose and include, but not exhaustively, Libraries, Depots, Municipal Buildings, Housing and Social Services Offices, Nurseries & Schools, other facilities for children and young people, Health Buildings, Public Conveniences and Residential Properties. Therefore, the successful bidders will be required to have experience in all categories of such property. The successful framework suppliers will be required to be sufficiently flexible to cope with fluctuations in and the types of services required.

Award Detail

1 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
2 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
3 WSP (London)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
4 Capita Property & Infrastructure (London)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
5 AECOM (London)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
6 Atkins (Surrey)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
7 Mosen (East Sussex)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
8 Cowi (Uttoxeter)
  • Tunnels Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
9 WSP (London)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
10 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
11 Atkins (Surrey)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
12 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
13 AECOM (London)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
14 BWB Consulting (Notthingham)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
15 Ove Arup & Partners (London)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
16 Arcadis Consulting (London)
  • Rail Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
17 Haskoningdhv (Cambridgeshire)
  • Marine - Naval Architectural Services
  • Reference: 1
18 G&W Marine (Merseyside)
  • Marine - Naval Architectural Services
  • Reference: 2
19 BMT Defence & Security (Avon)
  • Marine - Naval Architectural Services
  • Reference: 3
20 WSP (London)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
21 Wilde Consultants (Cheshire)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
22 AECOM (London)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
23 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
24 Ameyow (Oxford)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
25 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
26 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
27 Arcadis Consulting (London)
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
28 AECOM (London)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
29 Jackson Coulson Partnership (Newcastle)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
30 WSP (London)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
31 Kier Business Services (Bedfordshire)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
32 Ramboll (London)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
33 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
34 Atkins (Surrey)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
35 Si Sealy & Associates (Stockport)
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
36 AECOM (London)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 1
37 Fereday Pollard Architects (London)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 2
38 Kier Business Services (Bedfordshire)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 3
39 Strzala Architects (Manchester)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 4
40 Elliswilliams Architects (Cheshire)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 5
41 Capita Property & Infrastructrure (London)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 6
42 Jefferson Sheard (South Yorkshire)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 7
43 Austin Smith Lord (Liverpool)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 8
44 Ibi Group (Manchester)
  • Architectural Services
  • Reference: 9
45 Haskoningdhv (Cambridgeshire)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
46 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
47 WSP (London)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
48 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
49 Amey OW (Oxford)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
50 Ramboll (London)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
51 Capita Property & Infrastructure (London)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
52 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Transport Policy & Planning Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
53 Long O Donnell Associates (Cheshire)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 1
54 Mace (London)
  • Quanity Surveying
  • Reference: 2
55 Currie & Brown Di (London)
  • Quanity Surveying
  • Reference: 3
56 Arcadis Consulting (London)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 4
57 Keywest Partnership (Liverpool)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 5
58 WSP (London)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 6
59 Gleeds Management Services (London)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 7
60 T Sumner Smith (Lancashire)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 8
61 AECOM (London)
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Reference: 9
62 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
63 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
64 AECOM (London)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
65 RSK Group (Glasgow)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
66 WSP (London)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
67 Atkins (Surrey)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
68 Ove Arup & Partners (London)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
69 Temple Group (West Sussex)
  • Safety, Quality & Environmental Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
70 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 1
71 Arcadis Consulting (London)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 2
72 Gleeds Management Services (London)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 3
73 AECOM (London)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 4
74 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 5
75 2NCH (Buckinghamshire)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 6
76 Turner & Townsend Management Solutions (Leeds)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 7
77 Mace (London)
  • Programme / Project Management
  • Reference: 8
78 Haskoningdhv (Cambridgeshire)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 1
79 WSP (London)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 2
80 Flinders Chase (Merseyside)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 3
81 Project Centre (Birmingham)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 4
82 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 5
83 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 6
84 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 7
85 AECOM (London)
  • Highways Infrastructure Consultancy
  • Reference: 8
86 Haskoningdhv (Cambridgeshire)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 1
87 Amey OW (Oxford)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 2
88 Mott Macdonald (Croydon)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 3
89 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 4
90 WSP (London)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 5
91 Capita Property & Infrastructure (London)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 6
92 Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (London)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 7
93 AECOM (London)
  • Business Case Development
  • Reference: 8
94 Pell Frischmann Consultants (London)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 1
95 WSP (London)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 2
96 JWG Survey & Engineering (Wirral)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 3
97 Powers & Tiltman (Cheshire)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 4
98 Sep Site Engineering Personnel (Lancashire)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 5
99 Centara (West Yorkshire)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 6
100 BWB Consulting (Nottinghamshire)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 7
101 AECOM (London)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 8
102 Jba Consulting (North Yorkshire)
  • Topographical Surveys
  • Reference: 9

CPV Codes

  • 45000000 - Construction work
  • 60000000 - Transport services (excl. Waste transport)
  • 71000000 - Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Indicators

  • Options are not available.

Other Information

The value of 250 000 000 GBP is estimated over all the lots.

Reference

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