Ringway Jacobs has won a seven-year deal to provide highways services to a local authority in the south Midlands after impressing the client with an “efficient” working model.
The contract with Central Bedfordshire Council will start on 1 April 2016 and be worth up to £140M.
It is based upon standard contract documentation developed as part of the sector-led Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme.
Central Bedfordshire Council director of community services Marcel Coiffait said: “Ringway Jacobs provided the council with the most economical and advantageous tender and their efficient way of working will enable us to better communicate with residents.”
Ringway Jacobs managing director Mike Notman said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this prestigious contract with Central Bedfordshire Council and are committed to establishing a productive relationship based upon trust, integrity and partnership.
“Our experience and collaborative approach means we will work closely alongside the council to develop an efficient and effective highways service required to meet the residents’ needs.”