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Amey wins a place on two government framework contracts

Amey has won a place on the South West and South East Pan Government Highways Professional Services Framework contracts.

The new contracts could see Amey delivering a wide range of services including highways design, management and consultancy services to up to 84 local authorities – 10 in the South West and 74 in the South East. Work packages may vary between single projects, programmes of work or even term contract arrangements.  

Amey is one of four companies in both the South East and the South West named as preferred suppliers to deliver work for local authorities from Cornwall Council to Kent County Council (excluding London).  

“We are extremely pleased to have been selected as a preferred supplier for these exciting and significant framework contracts,” said Amey chief executive Mel Ewell.

“These recent wins strengthen our design expertise and consultancy provision and demonstrate our unique end-to-end service offering.”

The two contracts were procured under the regional Improvement and Efficiency Partnerships. This method allows local authorities to select contractors from a bank of tried-and-tested companies which streamlines the procurement process and maximises cost and time savings.

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