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Crossrail confirms shortlists for remaining central London stations
Liverpool Street Station - aerial axiometric view above Broadgate Ticket Hall, Nov 2010
  • Main construction contract shortlists confirmed for Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel Crossrail stations

  • Shortlists for all central London stations contracts now confirmed

  • Total value of the main construction contracts for the six central London Crossrail stations is £1.5bn

Crossrail today announced the shortlists for the remaining central London stations – Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel stations. The following organisations will be invited to tender:

C412 – Bond Street

  • Costain / Skanska JV;
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd;
  • BAM Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier JV; and
  • Lend Lease Construction (EMEA) Ltd.

C422 – Tottenham Court Road

  • BAM Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier JV;
  • Dragados / Sisk JV;
  • Lend Lease Construction (EMEA) Ltd; and
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd.

C502 – Liverpool Street

  • Balfour Beatty / Morgan Sindall / VINCI JV;
  • Costain / Skanska JV;
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd; and
  • Dragados / Sisk JV.

C512 - Whitechapel

  • Balfour Beatty / Morgan Sindall / VINCI JV;
  • Costain / Skanska JV;
  • BAM Nuttall / Ferrovial / Kier JV; and
  • Dragados / Sisk JV.

The total combined value of these four main construction contracts is in the region of nearly £1bn. The shortlists for the remaining two central London stations, Paddington and Farringdon, were announced at the start of 2011.

Andy Mitchell, Crossrail Programme Director said:

“The major procurement focus for Crossrail during 2011 will be the main construction contracts for the six central London stations, worth in the region of £1.5bn. We are now in a position to confirm the shortlist for Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Liverpool Street and Whitechapel stations. This means that we have now confirmed the shortlists for all central London stations as Paddington and Farringdon stations were announced earlier this year.”

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