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Skanska awarded 10 year highways deal

Highways maintenance

Skanska has secured a 10 year highways maintenance contract with Cambridgeshire County Council worth £32M per year.

The firm has held a highways maintenance contract with the council since 2006, covering responsibilities such as design and construction services, junction improvement and bridge strengthening work.

Under its new contract Skanska will provide road surfacing works, footway construction, emergency response services and drainage maintnenance.

“We are delighted to award Skanska this new contract and be able to work together to deliver more innovations and best practices that save time and money, as well as sustainable solutions that protect the environment for future generations,” said Cambridgeshire County Council interim director of infrastructure management and operations Christine May.

The new contract will run from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2027, with the option to extend for a further five years.

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