Supply chain boost from HS2 Euston contracts

Contracts totalling £500 million are on offer for work on HS2’s Euston station site. 

Mace Dragados JV, construction partner for the site, has begun to offer packages that represent the start of a multi-year programme of procurement for the delivery of the HS2 site.

Contracts will include construction of the main substructure at the station (including piling, earthworks and reinforced concrete), and for a sub-contractor to deliver the main systems and mechanical, electrical and plumbing packages for the station.

These initial contracts with Tier 2 suppliers will mean further contracts further down the supply chain.

“Our work to deliver HS2’s London terminus station at Euston will really ramp up over the next few years,” said Andy Swift, HS2 Project Client for Euston.

“We have been preparing the area for the construction of the new station, which will transform the Euston area, including delivering improved connections with the London Underground.

“We encourage businesses big and small to bid for these packages, and we are proud of the role that HS2 is playing in helping to boost the UK economy after COVID.”

Mace Dragados will publish most of the contract opportunities for Euston station on its dedicated CompeteFor website:

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