London Underground has advertised a framework deal covering up to £132m of civil engineering work on areas of its network formerly operated by Metronet.
The work covers various sites on the Bakerloo, Victoria, Central, Waterloo and City, District, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City throughout Central and Greater London.
The framework will run for five years, with the option to extend for one further year, and could involve up to five contractors.
The work includes:
- Site support design services.
- Vegetation clearance and advance embankment preparatory works.
- Construction, maintenance and inspection of temporary works structures and enabling works.
- Construction of permanent works required for the stabilisation or otherwise of earth structures at stations and between stations in accordance with the contracting entities standards.
The deadline for receipt of requests for documents or for accessing documents is 17 February, and the deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 3 March.
Last summer, LUL advertised a similar framework, worth £300m, but withdrew the contract in October.