Contractor wanted for £90M Port of Immingham infrastructure design and build job – New Civil Engineer

22 Jul, 2022 By Rob Hakimian
The UK ports authority Associated British Ports (ABP) is on the hunt for a contractor to design and construct roll-on/roll-off (RORO) terminal and marine infrastructure at the Port of Immingham in the Humber Estuary.
ABP has developed the concept design under its newly establish professional services framework and is going to market under a negotiated procedure to bring the design and build contractor onboard early.
The £90M contract will be awarded to a lead consortium who will work under a two-stage contracting method. The first stage will see the further development of the design in a collaboration between ABP and the contractor, while the second stage will see the completion of the remaining design and construction works.
The work will include design and construction of:
The contract duration is 26 months.
The deadline for expressions of interest is 15 August and invitations to tender are expected to be sent around 21 September. ABP is targeting a contract award before the end of the year and has set an operational go-live date of December 2024.
The Port of Immingham handles around 46Mt of cargo annually, making it the UK’s largest port by tonnage. Along with the ports of Grimsby, Goole and Hull, it makes up ABP’s Humber Ports complex, the UK’s busiest trading gateway.
Currently, the ports of Hull and Immingham are served by one access road, which has prompted ABP to petition the Environment Agency and Transport for the North to make the in-development Humber flood defence into a combined bridge and flood barrier.
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