Hampshire seeks firm for £250m highways deal

Hampshire County Council has put out a call for firms to bid for its third generation civil engineering, highways and transportation infrastructure works framework.

The successful framework contractor will be used to deliver major schemes of between £8m and £25m starting from February next year.

Amey signed a seven-year contract back in 2008 with the council to maintain Hampshire’s 5,000 miles of roads and footways and employs around 200 staff in the region.

The new four-year framework covers routine and planned maintenance of Hampshire’s highway network outside Portsmouth and Southampton plus winter gritting.

Firms should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website and complete prequals by 12 October.

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