AECOM to work on £50m cruise terminal in Liverpool

WCN Editorial Team 9 Jun 2017 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Engineering firm AECOM has been selected to manage and supervise the site investigation works for a new £50m cruise liner terminal in Liverpool, UK.

The latest announcement follows Ramboll’s appointment to lead to project’s technical team that also includes architects Stride Treglown, cost managers Gardiner & Theobald, property consultants JLL, and landscape architects Hyland Edgar Driver.

Under the contract, AECOM will provide the site investigation that will involve a preliminary desk study, overseeing and implementing a complex river and land based geotechnical and environmental site investigation and carrying out geophysical surveys followed by a jack-up drilling rig.

The project will form part of a 60-hectare dockland site to create a mixed-use waterfront quarter in central Liverpool.

AECOM associate director and ground engineering lead Doug Lewis said: “We are delighted to be working closely with Liverpool City Council on this important project which will help encourage more investment and visitors to this iconic city.

“This project has already opened up other opportunities for us along the River Mersey and we look forward to working with the council and its other stakeholders.”

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