EA announces Thames flood defence bidders
Five bidders are to battle it out for the Environment Agency's (EA) £485M flood defence contract in the Thames Estuary. The contract is for the Thames Estuary Phase 1 programme including projects to maintain, refurbish, and replace Thames tidal defences in London and the Estuary over a ten-year period.
The shortlisted bidders are:
- CH2M HILL
- A Morgan Sindall and Grontmij joint venture
- Vision4TE, a Volker Stevin and Mace joint venture, with Atkins as strategic sub-consultant
- CCU Alliance, a Costain, Capita and URS joint venture
The agency expects to make announce the winning bid for the Thames Estuary Phase 1 programme in October.
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