Morgan Sindall / Bemo, Taylor Woodrow / Bam Nuttall and Hochtief chosen for £350m TfL framework

Transport for London has named the successful contractors for its £350m future stations tunnelling and civil engineering framework

A Morgan Sindall / Bemo JV and a Taylor Woodrow / Bam Nuttall JV have both won places on all three lots, while Hochtief has been chosen for the third lot

Murphy and Joseph Gallagher are the shortlisted firms to miss out

  • Lot 1 (civils work and stations)  Morgan Sindall / Bemo; Taylor Woodrow / Bam Nuttall
  • Lot 2 (tunnelling works)  Morgan Sindall / Bemo; Taylor Woodrow / Bam Nuttall
  • Lot 3 (combined civils and tunnelling)  Morgan Sindall / Bemo; Taylor Woodrow / Bam Nuttall; Hochtief


The first lot will see successful contractors provide civils work on the stations, including the design and construction of new entrances, ticket halls, structures and platforms

Lot 2 will be for tunnelling works, and includes the building and designing of shafts and tunnels, as well as managing works programmes