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Balfour Beatty, Alun Griffiths and Siemens Mobility have recently been awarded contracts.
This is a part of the procurement process for the first projects of the South Wales Metro, which includes control systems, track work, stations, along with the new fleet maintenance depot in Taff’s Well.
ECI contracts are awarded for preparatory work in order to allow the development of plans and design work ahead of the major stages of the procurement process for all engineering projects.
All three of the companies are to now be working with Transport for Wales (TfW) on these projects.
It will include working to establish a high-quality supply chain with local Welsh businesses.
Transport for Wales are transforming the transport sector across the Wales and Borders network with a £5 billion investment programme.
The programme is focused on improving the customer experience, as well as improving the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Wales.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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