HS2 contract saga: New line of inquiry emerges

The role of a former HS2 chief of staff in relation to CH2M’s successful bid as phase 2b delivery partner is part of ongoing discussions on a complaint over the contract, Construction News has learned.

HS2 is understood to be looking into the part played by Christopher Reynolds, a former Army officer and founder of construction consultancy and management firm Genecoe, in the US engineering giant’s tender for the £170m deal.

CH2M was confirmed as the preferred bidder for the deal last month but the official contract signing, initially expected to take place on 24 February, was delayed so HS2 could address concerns raised by failed bidder Mace over a potential conflict of interest.

Read on… https://www.constructionnews.co.uk/companies/clients/hs2/hs2-contract-saga-new-line-of-inquiry-emerges/10018467.article

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