Framework to run until 2027

Firms have been put on notice for a £25m framework covering work on HS1, the rail link between London St Pancras and the Channel Tunnel.

The framework relates to construction work across HS1 Ltd’s entire portfolio and will cover both minor and major works, with smaller projects the focus in its first year.


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St Pancras International is one of four stations managed by HS1 Ltd

HS1 Ltd owns, operates and maintains the 67-mile line route as well as its four stations – St Pancras International, Stratford International, Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International.

In July 2017, the firm was acquired by a consortium comprised of funds advised and managed by InfraRed Capital Partners Limited and Equitix Investment Management Limited from the consortium of Canadian public pension funds which had operated the concession since 2010.

The new works framework, which runs for five years from this October, will include building works, M&E and fit out work on any of the four HS1-managed stations.

Firms have until 17 June to register interest.