Network Rail CP7 Framework
Network Rail’s Control Period 7 (CP7) Framework provides for operations, maintenance, and renewal of the rail network over a 5-year period.
Taylor Woodrow is the sole provider of Lot 3 - Western Geotechnical Off-Track and Drainage - as part of Network Rail Wales and Western region’s £2bn programme of works.
The Lot stretches from London Paddington to Penzance and involves the ongoing maintenance & renewals programme of civil engineering assets such as embankments, cuttings, scour protection, and earthworks drainage.
The CP7 Framework is adopting a new way of working with an Intelligent Client and Great Contractor Model, embedding the principles of PACE (Project Acceleration in a Controlled Environment) and SPEED (Swift, Pragmatic and Efficient Enhancement Delivery). They form part of a collaborative working model for faster and more efficient projects, achieving greater value for money for the public purse.
Maintenance and renewals programme of civil engineering assets such as:
- Scour Protection
- Earthworks drainage