Project Information
Project name: STOKE-ON-TRENT & STAFFORDSHIRE FIRE PFI 2
Project description:

Design, build, finance and operate eleven new community fire stations across Staffordshire in Burton upon Trent, Longton, Lichfield, Leek, Rugeley, Stone, Chase Terrace, Loggerheads, Penkridge, Codsall and Kinver.

All fire stations have been designed with state-of-the-art operational and community facilities. Stations crewed around the clock will include fitness facilities that can be used by supervised groups.

The project follows on from the first PFI which was awarded to the Fire Rescue consortium in 2009.

Related headlines:
12/07/2013 - Stoke and Staffs fire PFI closes
25/07/2012 - Winner for Stoke fire PFI

Type: PFI
Sector: Emergency services
Government deptartment: UK - Department for Communities and Local Government (ODPM)
Region: UK - - West Midlands
Current status: Preferred Bidder - 12/07/2013
Contract Terms
Duration: 25 years
Capital value: £45.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Authority
Public sector contact: Jo Bartlett-Walker
Tel: +44 (0)1785 898671
Public sector advisors: Gleeds - Technical Advisors
Eversheds - Legal Advisors
Deloitte - Financial Advisors
Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Blue3
Private sector shareholders: Kier Group - Shareholders
Calderpeel Carden Croft - Architects
Private sector advisors: CMS Cameron McKenna - Legal Advisors
Bonvilston Partnership - Financial Advisors
Davis Langdon - Technical Advisors
Private sector debt-providers: Aviva - Debt Providers
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Vinci
Private sector shareholders: Vinci - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
12 July 2013.

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