North East Lincolnshire Borough Council has appointed 16 contractors to a highway works framework for highways maintenance and improvement work worth a total of £20m.
The framework is divided into three lots. For each lot, the top seven scoring firms in a procurement exercise have been admitted to the framework and will have the opportunity to bid for works via a mini competition.
The successful firms are a mixture of small and medium-sized enterprises and larger firms such as Eurovia Infastructure and Tarmac. Some firms have beeen appointed to more than one lot.
The contract award notice states that the framework will enable the delivery of the council’s annual Local Transport Plan (LTP) programme of work. Projects within this programme of work include road safety improvement projects, transportation infrastructure improvements, junction improvements, footway and carriageway resurfacing and traffic signal replacement works.
Lot 1 covers highways works up to £100,000 and is valued at a total of £4m. The successful bidders are C R Reynolds Ltd; Clugston Group; E C Surfacing Ltd; J McCann Ltd; P B S Construction (NE) Ltd; Specialist Surfacing Ltd; and Wright Civil Engineering Ltd.
Lot 2 covers highways works from £1.5m to the OJEU threshold and is valued at a total of £10m. The successful bidders are: Breheny Civil Engineering Ltd; C R Reynolds Ltd; Clugston Group; Eurovia Infastructure Ltd; I and H Brown Ltd; Jackson Civil Engineering Ltd; and P B S Construction Ltd.
Lot 3 covers highways works carriageway resurfacing up to £500 and is valued at a total of £6m. The successful bidders are Aggregate Industries UK; Cemex Operations Ltd; C R Reynolds Ltd; E C Surfacing Ltd; P B S Construction (NE) Ltd; Specialist Surfacing Ltd; and Tarmac Trading Ltd.
Last month Highways reported that Lincolnshire County Council is seeking contractors for highway maintenance work that could be worth £762m over 12 years.