Lincolnshire Country Council has begun its search for contractors to work on a highways maintenance service contract valued at £762M.
The council has posted the work notice with the aim of replacing the current Lincolnshire Highways Alliance which is set to reach its full term at the end of March 2020.
Three lots have been advertised on the contract notice, with the council stating that candidates may only bid for one lot each.
The council is looking for one contractor for highway works, one for traffic signals and another for professional services.
Each contract will run for six years starting from April 2020, with there being an opportunity for a further six-year extension to a maximum term of 12 years.
The highway works lot is valued at £638M, the traffic signals lot is valued at £26M and the professional services lot is valued at £98M.
Contractors have until November 9 to put forth tenders or requests to participate .and must apply through the Pro Contract website.
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