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Consultants for £500m TfL framework revealed

5 June 2020

Aecom, Costain, Mace and Mott MacDonald are among consultants to have won a place on a £500m Transport for London (TfL) framework for professional services.

The seven-lot framework is due to run until June 2023, with the option to extend by another three months.

The two biggest lots in the framework (lots 1 and 2) are each worth up to £300m but the total value of the entire framework is expected to be £500m.

The suite of TfL professional services frameworks are the main means by which TfL, Greater London Authority and all London Boroughs access engineering, planning and project management support and expertise from the external supply chain. 

The consultants on the framework are:

Lot Consultants
1) Project, Programme and Portfolio Management (up to £300m) – Aecom
– Arcadis
– CPC Project Services
– Currie and Brown
– Gleeds
– Jacobs
– Lendlease
– Mace
– Mott MacDonald
– Turner & Townsend
2) Programme Office and Project Controls (up to £300m)– Aecom
– Arcadis
– CPC Project Services
– Currie and Brown
– Faithful + Gould
– Gardiner and Theobald
– LogiKal and Strategic Rail Consultants
– Mace
– Mott MacDonald
– Turner & Townsend
3) Lean Consultancy (up to £5m) – Arcadis
– Atos IT services
– Costain
– CPC Project Services
– Currie and Brown
– Jacobs
– LogiKal and Strategic Rail Consultants
– Mott MacDonald
– Ove Arup
– WSP 
4) Business Case Management (up to £40m)– Aecom
– Arcadis
– Jacobs
– Mott MacDonald
– Ove Arup
– Systra
– Turner & Townsend
5) Risk and Opportunity Management (up to £50m) – Arcadis
– Currie and Brown
– Faithful + Gould
– Jacobs
– Mace
– Mott MacDonald
– Turner & Townsend
6) Construction Project Management (up to £200m)– Costain
– CPC Project Services
– Gardiner and Theobald
– Lendlease
– Mace
– Turner & Townsend
7) Assurance and Quality Management (up to £20m)– Costain
– CPC Project Services
– Currie and Brown
– Gardiner and Theobald
– Gutteridge Haskins and Davey
– i3Works
– Mott MacDonald
– Transport Telematics
– Turner & Townsend
– WSP

Comments

Given the Government strategies and national initiatives around digital information, it’s a shame that information management was given the same priority as the other management functions that were given their own lot.

Paul Shillcock, 8 June 2020