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Architects win places on major TfL design and engineering framework

By 05/01/2021No Comments

Young practices have won spots alongside big names on a major London engineering and design framework, Building Design understands.

Mica Architects, Building Design’s Architect of the Year, has landed a place on the specialist TfL/Greater London Authority framework, as have Hawkins Brown and Farrells.

Lyndon Goode, Studio Egret West and Fereday Pollard have all bagged spots on more than one lot.

TfL-Lot7b-hero_Lyndon Goode concept design for bridge near Fish Island

Stirling Prize-winning Wilkinson Eyre, Grimshaw, BDP and Landolt & Brown also make the cut, alongside giants like Aecom, Atkins and Arup.

TfL, which has an annual budget of £11.5bn, previously said the framework would be used “to procure engineering consultancy services for TfL, the Greater London Authority, and all 32 London borough councils and the City of London”.

Divided into six lots ranging from highway design to multi-disciplinary rail engineering, and 62 sub-lots including BIM, urban design and commercial architecture, it runs from this month to January 2024.

Building Design understands the scoring was awarded on a ratio of 60% technical : 40% cost.

Simon Goode, co-director of Lyndon Goode, which won a spot on three of the sub-lots, said the practice was thrilled. “As a Camden-based SME, the selection for three of the four architectural lots is of huge significance to us and builds on our recent work with Network Rail and Peabody,” he said.

Lyndon Goode was also successful in bidding for the TfL/GLA ADUP2 framework whose third iteration, now known as the architecture urbanism panel, goes out for tender early this year.

Gavin Miller, director at Mica, said they were delighted. ”We look forward to helping to contribute to improving the experience, opportunity and benefits associated with the most sustainable approaches to movement, transport, and placemaking London wide,” he said.

TfL declined to comment.

The architecture lots include:

C2 Non-transport architecture:

Including office and staff support buildings, control centres, ticket kiosks, signal rooms, train sheds, storage buildings

Aecom

Atkins

BPR Architects

Fereday Pollard Architects

Grimshaw Architects

Jacobs UK

Lyndon Goode Architects

Mott Macdonald

Ove Arup & Partners

Pascall & Watson

C3 Commercial architecture support:

Technical and professional support for architectural projects across a range of scales. Projects most likely to include retail, office, residential and mixed-use schemes.

Aecom

Arcadis Consulting

Farrells

Hawkins Brown Architects

Landolt and Brown

Lyndon Goode Architects

Mica Architects

Ove Arup & Partners

Studio Egret West

Western Williamson & Partners

Wilkinson Eyre

C4 Urban design:

Includes new public realm, streetscape, public space and landscape architecture

Aecom

Arcadis Consulting

Atkins

BDP

Fereday Pollard Architects

Jacobs UK

Lyndon Goode Architects

Project Centre

Studio Egret West

WSP UK

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