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Highways England picks its specialists for the southwest

16 Jun 17 Highways England has awarded its latest asset delivery contract in the southwest region.

The new suite of 13 construction works lots, collectively worth £290m, has been awarded to a total of 21 specialist contractors.

These suppliers will between them support a range of activities including general civil engineering, specialist drainage and technology as part of the company’s delivery arrangements in the region.

This is the last in a series of three asset delivery contracts in the region. Under asset delivery arrangements, Highways England will now take direct responsibility for managing both routine maintenance and the delivery of capital renewal and improvement schemes. The framework begins on 1st July 2017 and runs for up to four years.

The contractors in the framework are:  

   Lot

   Awarded to

1 Corrosion Protection

Whittle Programmed Maintenance

2 Structural Concrete Repairs

Concrete Repairs

Dawnus Construction Holdings

3 Structures Waterproofing and Expansion Joints

Route One Highways

VolkerLaser

4a Road Lighting & Electrical Works

Carnell Support Service

J. McCann & Co (Nottm)

5a General Civil Engineering (North)

Carnell Support Service

R&W Civil Engineering

M J Church Plant

5b General Civil Engineering (South)

Dawnus Construction Holdings

South West Highways

Dyer & Butler

6 Technology

Dynniq UK Ltd

7 Landscaping and Ecology

DeAngelo Brothers UK

KJ Thulborn Contractors & Engineers

8a Road Markings

WJ Southwest

Wilson & Scott (Highways)

9 Restraint Systems (Vehicle and Pedestrian)

Barrier Services

HW Martin Fencing Safety Fencing

10a Specialist Drainage

R&W Civil Engineering

Carnell Support Service

11a Temporary Traffic Management (North)

Chevron Traffic Management

Forest Traffic Services

12 Geotechnical

R&W Civil Engineering

Dawnus Construction Holdings

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