Galliford Try appointed to multi-million pound Network Rail project in the North West
Galliford Try plc has been appointed to deliver enhancements across three of Network Rail Infrastructure Project’s Control Period 5 (CP5) Frameworks, including the London Northwest-North route.
The framework appointments were awarded to Galliford Try’s recently acquired Miller Construction and will see the delivery of building projects, including new stations, station enhancements, platform extensions, depots, office buildings and property refurbishments projects.
The project will cover the Central Region East Midlands route, covering London St Pancras to Sheffield and , covering Crewe to Carlisle and including Liverpool and Manchester.
In addition, it has been appointed to deliver property improvements as part of the SNE Region Renewals Collaborative Delivery Programme on the London Northeast route between London Kings Cross and Berwick-upon-Tweed.
The Group will work in collaboration with Network Rail and other contractors appointed to deliver Civil and Railway Engineering solutions in these frameworks.
The five to six year agreements with Network Rail took effect in August 2014 and will be delivered as part of CP5, which runs from 2014 to 2019, and they have the option of being extended to the end of Control Period 6 in 2024.
Galliford Try Chief Executive Greg Fitzgerald commented: “These major framework wins highlight one of the compelling reasons that we acquired Miller Construction. This appointment represents a key opportunity for us to grow our business in this sector and we look forward to working with Network Rail to provide high quality new facilities across the selected routes.”
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