The work will involve new build as well as refurbishment and will cover the network operator’s London and North East region.
It will run for an initial two years with the option of a three year extension. It is worth around £20 million a year.
This contract replaces May Gurney’s current long-term property maintenance framework that covers a different geography and follows Network Rail’s decision to consolidate its property maintenance business into three regions from five.
The Norwich-based firm’s primary focus will be on railway stations and will include the repair, refurbishment and remodelling of buildings. It will also work on platforms, foot-bridges, lighting, car parks and related infrastructure.