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Market alerted to £100m Immingham expansion

24 May Contractors will be invited to bid next month for a £100m expansion of the Port of Immingham.

Port of Immingham
Port of Immingham

Port owner ABP has published a prior information notice (PIN) alerting the market to the imminent opportunity at Immingham.

ABP is aiming to release a prequalification questionnaire (PQQ) with call for competition by the end of June 2022, and the target contract award date is by the end of 2022.

The £100m project to build the Immingham Eastern Ro-Ro Terminal includes the design and construction of up to three new outer harbour berths to serve RoRo and RoPax vessels.

Associated marine infrastructure will include finger pier, pontoon, link-span and jetty approach structures. Landside development includes freight and passenger vehicle parking and highways infrastructure over at least 46 acres.

The expansion also includes the design and construction of a new passenger terminal building, including an engineering workshop and all associated incidental works.

A development consent order (DCO) application will be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate this summer.

ABP intends to employ a two-stage design and build contract with a main contractor or lead contractor of a consortium. It is still developing the design and intends to go to market under a negotiated procedure to bring the design and build contractor onboard early.

The first stage of the contract will include further development of design in a collaboration between the client and the contractor, with the second stage completion of the design and construction of the works.

Interested contractors are invited to register interest via email to

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