CoL – River Mersey Cruise Terminal – Liverpool - Project Profile
"CoL – River Mersey Cruise Terminal – Liverpool - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.
The "CoL – River Mersey Cruise Terminal – Liverpool - Project Profile" is part of Timetric's database of 82,000+ construction projects. Our database includes a 10+ year archive of completed projects, full coverage of all global projects with a value greater than $25 million and key contact details for project managers, owners, consultants, contractors and bidders.
The City of Liverpool (CoL) is planning to build a cruise terminal in Liverpool, England, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a cruise terminal facility. It includes removing Princes Jetty and the construction of a new terminal within a statement building, on a new suspended deck structure in the Mersey, a new passenger and baggage facility comprises of passport control, lounge, cafe, toilets, taxi rank, and vehicle pick up point and installation of electrical systems, and safetya nd security systems.
The project implemented in two stages, first stage includes pre-construction and second stage includes the main construction works.
Stride Treglown has been appointed as architect, Gardiner & Theobald as cost manager, JLL as a planner, Hyland Edgar Driver as a landscape architect and Ramboll as lead consultant.
In June 2017, CoL has appointed AECOM to manage and supervise the site investigation works for the project. The scope of work involves 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 council has submitted an outline business case for a US$26 million contribution to the project from the Liverpool Combined Authority’s Strategic Investment Fund.
In February 2018, Liverpool City Council awarded the first stage contractor and expected to disclose the company name by the end of February 2018. Main construction contractor was expected to be awarded in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Decision on the outline planning application is expected to be made in March 2018.
The project involves the construction of a cruise terminal in Liverpool, the UK.
The US$65 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new passenger and baggage facility
2. Construction of a new terminal within a statement building
3. Construction of berths and quays
4. Construction of cargo handling systems
5. Construction of warehouses
6. Construction of loading and unloading facilities