Mersey subcontractors wanted to work on new Liverpool Cruise Terminal

Building firm McLaughlin & Harvey will host a ‘meet and greet event’ at Liverpool Town Hall on Tuesday, November 13, starting at 10am

Cruise terminal
Computer-generated image of Liverpool’s new £50m cruise terminal


Construction firm McLaughlin & Harvey is looking for Liverpool city region subcontractors for various work packages on the proposed Liverpool Cruise Terminal.

And with the aim of engaging with the local supply chain a “meet and greet event” will be held at Liverpool Town Hall on Tuesday, November 13, starting at 10am.

The firm is looking for subcontractors and Suppliers for a range of packages, including:
· Structural Steel
· Cladding
· Partitions
· Ceilings
· Floor Finishes
· Architectural Metalwork
· Decoration
· Earthworks
· Hard & Soft Landscaping
· Roofing
· Marine Works
· Precast & Insitu Concrete Works

There are approximately 48 packages, and they have already started the procurement process for some key packages not listed above. The event will provide a platform for subcontractors and suppliers to meet some of the key individuals of the project team.

The proposed terminal development includes dismantling the redundant and derelict jetty and construction of the new terminal on a new jetty in the River Mersey. The scheme also includes new public open space, hard and soft landscaping and associated coach and car pick-up and drop-off facilities.

Liverpool Cruise Terminal
The old jetty located off Princes Dock in Liverpool. Picture by Tony McDonough

The terminal is 100,000 sq ft in size and will be constructed on two floors; the ground floor being the baggage hall and entrance lobby, and the first floor will include the passenger lounge, check-in area and cafe. The new terminal will be connected by a pedestrian and vehicular link-span bridge to the existing cruise ship landing stage.

This will enable the world’s largest cruise ships (up to 3,600 passengers) to embark and disembark at Liverpool and is expected to directly create more than 500 new jobs.
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