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Crossrail shortlists six for Paddington Integrated Project

Six firms have been invited to tender for Crossrail’s Paddington Integrated Project.

Bam Nuttall, Bovis Lend Lease, Carillion Capital Projects, Laing O’Rourke, Morgan Est and Vinci all made the shortlist for the 18-month job, which is thought to be worth £40 million.

The shortlist was originally expected last December , with an award in March, but design changes on the scheme caused delays in procurement.

Work to be carried out under contract C272, according to the contract notice published in OJEU, includes construction of a shell and core for a relocated Hammersmith & City Line underground station, as well as resurfacing works and construction of a roof structure on to an existing reinforced concrete deck known as the Red Star Deck.

The successful contractor will also have to install lifts and escalators, build a new taxi rank, and carry out work for Network Rail on platform 12 of the main railway station.