Network Rail Design Services Framework

Waterman has been appointed on three major design services frameworks lots for Network Rail’s Control Period 6 (CP6), as part of a £48 billion strategic investment programme into Britain’s rail network.

The five-year framework, with the potential extension for further three years covers the Consents and Environment (C&E) discipline. This is supported by a new structure in Network Rail which aims to refocus and putting the needs of passengers and freight first.

Waterman’s team are providing multidiscipline engineering and environmental services for rail projects across three regions; North West and Scotland, North East, and South West. Waterman is the only firm to secure C&E frameworks lots across three regions. Projects delivered through the framework will play a key role in delivering the UK government’s decarbonising transport plan.

Manoj Gupta, Rail Sector Lead for Waterman, said; “We are very excited to be working with Network Rail in CP6 and looking forward to making this a success delivering environmentally sustainable and safer infrastructure.”

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