Get involved – Forming a supply chain

National Highways is building on its track record of successfully delivering major projects by bringing in partners and expertise from across the infrastructure industry. Learn more about the current bidders and how they will form their local supply chain

We want all interested suppliers to be well prepared as we assess tenders for major contracts and bidders begin forming their supply chains.

Can I get involved even if I’m a small or local business?

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a key role in developing the national economy and local communities. We want to ensure SMEs and local businesses play a key part in the project’s supply chain and this is in line with the Government’s aspiration of ensuring 33% of spend is with SMEs.

The first stages of the procurement process for the three main works contracts focus on Tier-one entities. A Tier-one is a large multidiscipline organisation that can manage and deliver big projects.

  • Speak to the bidders looking to become our delivery partner for one of the three main works contracts using the below contact details
  • Register your interest for working on the Lower Thames Crossing by signing-up to our Supply Chain Directory.

Main Works Bidders - Supply Chain Contacts

  • Tunnels and approaches

Bouygues, Murphy (BM JV)
procurement@bouygues-murphyjv.co.uk

Dragados, Hochtief, BeMo (DHB JV)
procurement@dhbjv.co.uk

Ferrovial, Vinci (FV+ JV)
LTCsupplychain@bfv-jv.co.uk

  • Kent Roads

Costain Limited
LTCKentRoads@costain.com

Kier, Eiffage (KE JV)
LTC_SME_Kiereiffage@kier.co.uk
https://www.kier.co.uk/ltc

Skanska Construction UK Ltd
LTC-enquiries@skanska.co.uk

  • Roads North of the Thames

Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Limited
Graeme Crossley +44 (0)7714 146278 
Graeme.Crossley@balfourbeatty.com
www.balfourbeatty.com/connect

Kier, Eiffage (KE JV)
LTC_SME_Kiereiffage@kier.co.uk

Watch: Lower Thames Crossing Supply Chain: First meet the bidder events held

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