UU shortlists 12 companies and joint ventures for AMP6 work
United Utilities (UU) has confirmed that 12 companies and joint ventures have been successful in the Pre-Qualification application for its AMP6 Construction Delivery Partner (CDP) framework.
The selected 12 are:
- Balfour Beatty / MWH
- Black & Veatch / Farrans
- Enterprise / Jacobs
- Galliford Try / AECOM
- Kier / Veolia
- Laing O’Rourke / Atkins / Imtech
- Murphy / Interserve
- Mott MacDonald Bentley
- Nomenca / Barhale
- Volker Stevin / CH2M Hill
The companies will now compete to be one of five partners that intends to have for its CDP framework, which is expected to start in 2014.
A spokesman for UU said no timescale has been placed on the next stage of the tendering process. He said: "We have the 12 and are just going through the normal procurement route and process that will be dwindled down over the course of the next few months."
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