Project Information
Project name: UK: Silvertown Tunnel PPP
Project description:

The following three consortia have made it to the next phase of the procurement process:

- A Cintra-led team including Aberdeen Asset Management and Macquarie;

- A Hochtief-led team;

- A Skanska-Strabag joint venture;

DIF, Balfour Beatty, Bouygues and Bam did not make the shortlist.

Under the deal, a private partner is being sought to design, build, finance and maintain the new river crossing between Silvertown and Greenwich Peninsula in east London.

TFL has established a tendering portal for the project here.  

Related Headlines: 

14 March 2017 - Three shortlisted for Silvertown Tunnel 

29 November 2016 - Deadline extended for Silvertown 

18 November 2016 - Eight line up for Silvertown 

7 November 2016 - Council opposes Silvertown charge 

4 October 2016 - Silvertown Tunnel PQQ released

22 July 2016 - Silvertown PQQ set for September

11 March 2016 - TfL kickstarts Silvertown Tunnel PPP 

Type: PPP
Sector: Roads & streetlights
Region: UK - - London
Current status: Shortlist - 14/03/2017
Contract Terms
Duration: 29.5 years
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Transport for London
Public sector contact: Transport for London
Silvertown Tunnel Project
230 Blackfriars Road
London
SE1 8PJ
United Kingdom
Contact person: Procurement Manager, F.A.O. Nic Plows
Telephone: +44 3432221155
E-mail: silvertown@tfl.gov.uk
NUTS code: UKI12
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Cintra/Aberdeen Asset Management/Macquarie
Private sector shareholders: Cintra SA - Shareholders
Aberdeen Asset Management - Shareholders
Macquarie - Shareholders
Consortium name: Hochtief
Private sector shareholders: Hochtief - Shareholders
Consortium name: Skanska/Strabag
Private sector shareholders: Strabag - Shareholders
Skanska - Shareholders

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14 March 2017.

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