Toppesfield has been awarded a 20-year road maintenance contract in Birmingham.
The company has been awarded the contract by Amey Birmingham Highways, a private finance initiative (PFI) established to design, build, finance and operate roads across the Birmingham City Council network.
It will initially create over a dozen new jobs, with Toppesfield placing strong emphasis on hiring local talent to carry out the work. These new jobs are being created for the long term as the PFI company has a 25 year contract (20 years remaining) with Birmingham City Council to upgrade and maintain its 1,500 mile road network within Birmingham.
Toppesfield CEO and founder, Matthew Pryor (pictured), 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.”