Ringway wins Wiltshire deal

Highways Reporters

Ringway has been awarded a maintenance job as part of a DBFO contract with the Highways Agency and Road Management Services Ltd.

Ringway Wiltshire has secured the seven year contract for maintenance services on the A417/419 which runs from the M4 in North Wiltshire, over the Cotswolds, to the M5 in Gloucestershire.

The job is worth an estimated £1.5m a year and £10.5m over the full term,

Ringway managing director Chris Connor said: “Securing this contract is great news for Ringway and we look forward to contributing our services on this key route through the Cotswold.

“The successful bid is a testament to the hard work of our Divisional Manager, Paul Herbert, and the entire team at Wiltshire.”

Ringway will undertake all services required to maintain the network of road ranging from major resurfacing and reconstruction schemes, bridge work, RTA damage repairs, street light maintenance, structural surveys, winter maintenance (salting and snow clearance) and installation of traffic management for emergency responses to road traffic accidents.

Divisional Manager for Wiltshire, Paul Herbert said: “The performance success of the contract is down to the huge efforts of our operational teams that administer the contract on a daily basis ensuring the network if safe for all road users.”

Ringway originally won the contract in 1999 and secured an extension in 2005.
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