Rail Link utilities tender advertised
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is advertising a £2.5m contract to divert utility services on Glasgow Airport land before a key section of the Airport Rail Link is built. It needs all electricity, water and communication services diverted before supporting pillars are built for a viaduct that will carry passengers across airport land to a purpose-built station at the airport.
The successful company will handle utility diversions on the stretch of the St James Spur, which crosses Glasgow Airport land, from the M8 motorway to the airport terminal building. Major gas diversion works connected with the Rail Link are being procured separately.
Expressions of interest from multi-utility contractors are invited by 17:00 on March 31. The contract will be awarded in July, with work starting in September and running through to April 2009.
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