Toppesfield has been appointed by Amey Birmingham Highways, a private finance initiative (PFI) venture established to design, build, finance and operate roads across the Birmingham City Council network.
Amey Birmingham Highways has 20 years remaining on its 25-year contract with Birmingham City Council to upgrade and maintain its 1500 mile road network.
Toppesfield CEO and founder Matthew Pryor said: “We are pleased to have been appointed by Amey to this exciting contract. We see this as a long term commitment to the region and want to make sure that local people are involved in the project to create pride in the environment and community. The contract will give Toppesfield a strong foothold in the Midlands and a further platform to develop business in the north of England.”
Suffolk-based Toppesfield is expecting to double its annual turnover this year to £80m and is projecting further growth to £110m turnover for 2016.
Recent new business includes contracts from Skanska UK for the M1 Junction 19 improvements and from Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering for work on the A421 at Milton Keynes.