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Five share £260M Highways Agency highways and structures framework deal

The Highways Agency has announced that Interserve Project Services, Carillion, a Lafarge/Costain joint venture, a Bam Nuttal/Hanson joint venture and Birse Civils have won a place on its £262M east and south east framework contract for highways & structures.

The contractors will share highway engineering work including surfacing, highway strengthening & improvement schemes and highway structures work in Highways Agency MAC Areas 3, 4, 6 and 8 (with the option to work in Area 5).

Also included is civil engineering works for technology schemes in these areas.

Ten firms submitted bids, with the Agency initially envisaging naming six on the framework.

The maximum value of works for each task order will be in the region of £8M. The framework will run for three years.

The Agency’s decision was released to Tenders Electronic Daily, the official website of OJEU, on Friday.


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