Mott MacDonald awarded Phase Two HS2 package

Mott MacDonald has been appointed to provide engineering services for the Birmingham to Leeds route for Phase Two of HS2. The work will include developing the initial concept engineering designs for the scheme consultation which will begin later this year.

The Lot 1 contract has been awarded to March 2015 under the Phase Two Professional Services Framework. It will also include work to refine the route proposals post consultation on Phase Two.

Mott MacDonald is currently providing engineerings services for the London Metropolitan Area section of the high speed rail link between London and Birmingham. As part of a consortium, the consultancy is also providing environmental services for the London Metropolitan Area and rural south section of the route covering Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. Mott MacDonald is also supplying land referencing services through Warwickshire and Staffordshire, as well as the connection to the West Coast Main Line.


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