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TfL set to renew £500m project management framework

Transport for London is looking to renew its £500 million engineering and project management framework.

The four-year contract will cover 11 categories including civil and structural engineering, asset management and railway engineering, and work on projects such as the Tube upgrade and DLR, and London Overground extensions.

TfL director of group procurement Andrew Quincey said: “We’re looking to encourage small and medium businesses to team up and bid.”

The framework is also available to the Metropolitan Police, London Development Agency, London Fire Brigade, Greater London Authority and all the capital’s boroughs.

The current framework has 32 firms, but a number for the new contract, due to be in place by November 2009, has not been decided.