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North Yorks framework could be worth £24m to Birse

30 Jul 12 Birse Civils has been appointed to the North Yorkshire County Council infrastructure and improvement framework.

Throughout the three year duration of the framework, with an option to extend a further year, the works could be worth up to £22.4m, the Balfour Beatty subsidiary said.

The framework includes work on approximately 9,000km of highways, 900km of principal roads, 1,600 road bridges, 2,500 footbridges, 2,500 culverts and 240km of retaining wall.

Birse Civils regional managing director Tony Jackson said: “We are delighted to have been selected by North Yorkshire County Council as part of this important framework. Birse Civils was the top scoring contractor on two of the four lots which it was successful on, covering civil engineering improvement and maintenance schemes as well as bridge repairs and construction projects. We look forward to working with the county council as part of this framework.” 

The framework covers City of York Council, Craven District Council, Hambleton District Council, Harrogate Borough Council, Richmondshire District Council, Ryedale District Council, Scarborough Borough Council, North York Moors National Park Authority and Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

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