Ringway takes over North Yorks highways from Balfour Beatty
Ringway has signed a £250m contract with North Yorkshire County Council to take over highway maintenance services for the next 10 years.
The contract was previously held by Balfour Beatty.
Ringway will provide all aspects of highway maintenance and highway improvement including gully emptying, grass cutting, bridge repair and maintenance and street lighting maintenance. The contractor has also set up a fleet services workshop that will be responsible for servicing, repairs and recovery of the council’s commercial vehicles, all staff company cars and Ringway’s own vehicles in the North Yorkshire area.
The contract win comes on the back of similar awards for Ringway in Essex, Wiltshire, Shropshire, London and elsewhere
Ringway managing director Chris Connor said: “We are delighted to have won this contract and are very much looking forward to mobilising with North Yorkshire County Council to deliver a variety of highways and street improvement services. We are particularly looking forward to working on a more rural road system and the opportunities available in such a diverse county.”
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This article was published on 07/02/2012 (last updated on 08/02/2012).