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20 firms named on £205M Highways England construction framework

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Highways England has awarded its £205M North West construction works framework to 20 companies.

The framework will cover work over 10 specialisms including renewal work to roads and bridges, and improvement schemes in Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire.

Included in the winners are Colas which has won work on the temporary traffic management plus road restraint systems and fencing specialism, while Interserve Construction has won work on the general civil engineering lot.

The framework will start on 1 April and will run for four years.

The framework forms part of the asset delivery contracts in the North West and the new contractors will work alongside the maintenance & response and design services contractors that were announced for the area last year.

The successful contractors are:

SpecialityContractor
Road Lighting and Electrical Carnell Support Services
Crown Highways
J McCann & Co (Nott’m)
General Civil Engineering Carnell Support Services
AE Yates
Interserve Construction
Technology Crown Highways
J McCann & Co (Nott’m)
Landscape & Ecology Ground Control
Ainsty Timber Marketing
Road Markings WJ North
Wilson & Scott (Highways)
L&R Roadlines
Road Restraint Systems & Fencing Colas
Joe Roocroft & Sons
Drainage Carnell Support Services
AE Yates
Forkers
Temporary Traffic Management Colas
Chevron Traffic Management
HW Martin (Traffic Management)
Structures and Structural Services Concrete Repairs
Taziker Industrial
Balvac
Expansion Joints Volkerlaser
Route One Infrastructure

 

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