A massive £384m framework of smaller civil engineering schemes including highways resurfacing, road markings, barrier repairs, street lighting and traffic management is up for grabs across Yorkshire and Humberside.
Up to 60 firms will win a place on the framework covering the south and west of the counties.
The YORcivil deal follows a similar £129m framework launched across the north and east of the region last year.
Both packages are extensions of the YORbuild deal designed to provide £2.6bn of general construction work to the 45 contractors who have won a place on the public sector programme.
Councils led by Barnsley are now looking to appoint up to 60 contractors to carry-out civil engineering projects for at least the next four years.
The works involved principally comprise civil engineering works, bridges/structure works, highways surfacing works, traffic management works, road marking works, barrier repair works and street lighting.
Works will be divided into ten lots with most work expected in the general civil engineering and highways surfacing categories.
Firms have until June 20 to register their interest at Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council PO Box 634, Springfield House, Springfield Street Head of Design and Procurement David Hotchins S70 9GG Barnsley UNITED KINGDOM +44 1226774319 email@example.com