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USA: California High Speed Rail Authority has appointed a consortium led by Parsons Brinckerhoff, and including Network Rail Consulting and management consultancy LeighFisher, as its rail delivery partner.
The contract for project management and integration services runs to 2022 and has an estimated total value of up to $700m.
Network Rail said it would provide specialist advice drawing on its experience of maintaining High Speed 1 in the UK. Parsons Brinckerhoff has committed to using the services of 40 firms, of which 20 are small businesses, to help meet CHSRA’s 30% participation goal for small businesses, 10% participation goal fordisadvantaged business enterprises and 3% participation goal for disabled veteran business enterprises.
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