Taylor Woodrow beats two to £80m Croxley Rail link

Taylor Woodrow has beaten two rivals to the £118 million Croxley Rail link scheme which will bring the London Underground to the centre of Watford.

The Vinci subsidiary is understood to have pipped Bam Nuttall and Carillion to the job, which was previously reported as having an £80m construction value.

Hertfordshire County Council appointed Watford-based Taylor Woodrow to carry out the detailed design and construction of the new link, including laying track and building a new viaduct over the A412 and Grand Union Canal.

Work will begin in 2014 subject to ministerial approval.

The link will be the largest infrastructure project the county council has ever delivered.

Rob Smith, deputy director of environment at Hertfordshire County Council said “We’ve appointed a contractor now because, even though we need to wait for the Secretary of State’s approval before we can begin the construction phase, we want to get the detailed design work underway as soon as possible.

“We look forward to working with Taylor Woodrow to move this scheme off the drawing board and on to the ground.”

Research company glenigan says Vinci was up against Bam Nuttall and Carillion.

Croxley Rail link

Source : cnplus

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