Berkshire contractor Murrill Construction has been awarded a highways maintenance and construction framework deal from the London Borough of Ealing which could be worth nearly £40m.
The initial contract will be for five years, with options to extend for a further two years.
The framework covers the provision of routine and planned maintenance of highways, gully emptying, road marking, the construction of crossovers, minor works to highways structures, out of hours highway emergency call out works, and winter maintenance works.
The contract is divided into two lots. Lot 1, which covers highways maintenance, is worth between £1m and £2.5m a year. Lot 2 covers minor civil engineering works, covering footways and carriageways across Ealing's highway networks, and is valued at between £2m and £3m annually.
Murrill Construction saw off competition from 10 other bidders to clinch the deal.