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The board of London Transport announces preferred bidders in public private partnership for deep tube lines


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London Regional Transport

The board of London Transport announces preferred bidders in public private partnership for deep tube lines
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date
2 May 2001
source London Regional Transport
type Press release



The preferred bidders to acquire the two deep tube Public Private Partnership infrastructure companies are:

- Tube Lines Group for the infrastructure company on the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines (Infraco JNP).

- Metronet for the infrastructure company on the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines (Infraco BCV).

The next step is for the preferred bidders to engage in final exclusive negotiations with London Underground to conclude the PPP contract. Conclusion of the PPP deal is expected in the autumn.

While Tube Lines Group and Metronet have been named preferred bidders, the two consortia not selected as preferred bidders on JNP and BCV (TubeRail and LINC) will continue to be held in reserve.

Announcing the appointment of the preferred bidders, London Underground Chairman and Managing Director, Derek Smith, stated:

'We have selected two strong consortia and I am confident that Tube Lines Group and Metronet are the right bidders to work in partnership with London Underground into the future.'

An announcement on the preferred bidder to acquire the infrastructure company for the Circle, District, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and East London lines (Infraco SSL) is expected in the summer of 2001. LINC, Surface Lines Group and Metronet are bidding for Infraco SSL.

Further information is available from the London Underground Press Office (020 7918 4747) or from the London Underground website www.thetube.com



Notes

- The Infracos maintain, renew and upgrade the key Underground assets. The Infraco JNP competition is for the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines. The Infraco BCV competition is for the Bakerloo, Central, Victoria and Waterloo & City lines.

The members of the consortia are :

LINC:
Alcatel
Anglian Water
Bombardier
Fluor
Mowlem
Metronet:
Adtranz
WS Atkins
Balfour Beatty
Seeboard
Thames Water

TubeRail:
Alstom
AMEC
Halliburton Brown & Root
Carillion

Tube Lines Group:
Amey
Bechtel-Halcrow
Jarvis

Surface Lines Group:
Amey
Bechtel-Halcrow
Jarvis


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