Marlborough has continued their recent run of success and bagged a £56m highways maintenance contract with the London Borough of Haringey.
Marlborough, which began working with Haringey last October on a four-year street lighting contract, starts work on the new deal in July.
Matthew Revell, managing director at Marlborough Highways, said: 'We have been working really well with Haringey on the street lighting contract and we are thrilled to have now also been awarded their highway maintenance contract.
'We look forward to developing the relationship with Haringey further, providing a consolidated service between the two contracts.'
The work covers carriageway, footway and cycleway maintenance, along with new build highway projects such as junction improvements, traffic calming measures, gully, drainage works and sustainable drainage systems.
Marlborough will also provide emergency 24/7response for the duration of the deal, which was awarded through the London Construction Programme (LCP) major work framework, which was set up last year to cover contracts being awarded between £1m and £20m.
Highways is one of five sectors covered by the framework along with housing and residential, education and leisure, capital projects, and historical and heritage.
While other sectors featured a number of different lots, the highways section of the framework featured one single Pan London lot. Marlborough is up against FM Conway, Geoffrey Osborne, McLaughlin and Harvey, and Thomas Sinden for any contracts that local authorities decide to use the LCP to procure work for.
The Haringey deal will run for two years with the option of a further two years and the award comes hot on the heels of another highways maintenance success for Marlborough in London.
Marlborough also recently clinched a term maintenance deal with the London Borough of Hackney that could be run for up to eight years and be worth up to £100m.