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The Hong Kong government is using NEC to double the sewer capacity between its international airport at Chek Lap Kok and its sewage treatment works on nearby Lantau Island.
The six tunnel boring machines (TBMs) for the £4.2 billion NEC-procured Thames Tideway ‘super sewer’ in London UK have all been bought using the NEC3 Supply Contract.
Christchurch City Council in New Zealand has used NEC contracts to procure a new NZ$92 million (£48 million) central library to replace its original 1982 building that was damaged by the 2011 earthquakes.
The University of Roehampton used NEC to procure an award-winning new library at its parkland campus in southwest London.
Transport for London (TfL) has used NEC contracts to deliver a complex and challenging upgrade to the city’s third busiest underground railway station.
Virgin Media has chosen NEC4 contracts to deliver over £2.5 billion of cable installation and maintenance works between 2018 and 2027.
Seven NEC subcontracts have been used to reconstruct a vital 160-year-old bridge in Stratford, east London.
‘Plas Heli’ on the southern coast of the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, north-west Wales is home to the Welsh National Sailing Academy and a major events centre.
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The NEC4 suite of contracts is an evolution of NEC3.
It reflects procurement and project management developments and emerging best practice, with improvements in flexibility, clarity and the ease of administration.
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