Eighteen firms win place on HE framework worth up to £434m

27/01/2017
Highways Reporters

Eighteen companies have been awarded a share of work as part of a framework of contracts worth up to £434 million.  

The work covers a range of activities that includes renewal work to roads and bridges, and improvement schemes on the Highways England road network, which will take place across Cumbria and North Lancashire, and the North East.

The Construction Works Framework covers 10 different specialisms of work, is split into 15 separate lots and will run for four years.

David Poole, executive director for commercial and procurement at Highways England, said: “We are spending record amounts on improving our road network meaning quicker, safer and more reliable journeys for motorists. We are delighted to welcome these 18 contractors to work alongside us as part of asset delivery in Cumbria and North Lancashire, and the North East. These contracts demonstrate our commitment to increasing capability and understanding within Highways England and bringing Highways England closer to our customers.

“Collaboration with our supply chain is key to our new way of working and we are looking forward to establishing a successful, long-term relationship with the appointed contractors.”

The framework is part of the asset delivery contracts which will see Highways England directly managing both routine maintenance and the delivery of capital renewal and improvement schemes. This marks a change from previous way of working, bringing the management of key functions in-house and taking greater control of the road network.

The first of these types of contracts began operation in the East Midland’s region in July last year.

The new framework contractors will work alongside the maintenance and response and design services contractors that were announced for the Cumbria and North Lancashire, and the North East of England regions on 13 December 2016.

 

The contractors in the framework are:























































































































































































Lot 1Supplier
Corrosion ProtectionRH Painting Limited (trading as Whittle Programmed Maintenance Ltd)
Lot 2 
Structural Concrete RepairsConcrete Repairs Limited
Lot 3 
Structures Waterproofing and Expansion JointsRoute One Highways Ltd
 VolkerLaser
Lot 4a 
Road Lighting and Electrical WorksCarnell Support Service Ltd
 Galliford Try Infrastructure Limited
Lot 4b 
Road Lighting and Electrical WorksCarnell Support Service Ltd
 Galliford Try Infrastructure Limited
Lot 5a 
General Civil EngineeringA E Yates
 Carnell Support Service Ltd
 Interserve Construction Limited
Lot 5b 
General Civil EngineeringBalfour Beatty Civil Engineering Ltd trading as Birse Civils
 Carnell Support Service Ltd
 Interserve Construction Limited
Lot 6 
TechnologyImtech Traffic and Infra (Trading as Dynniq)
Lot 8a 
Road MarkingsDeAngelo Brothers UK Limited
 Jointline Limited
 WJ North Ltd
Lot 8b 
Road MarkingsDeAngelo Brothers UK Limited
 Jointline Limited
 WJ North Ltd
Lot 9 
Restraint Systems (Vehicle and Pedestrian)Colas Limited
 H W Martin Safety Fencing Ltd
Lot 10a 
Specialist DrainageCarnell Support Service Ltd
Lot 10b 
Specialist DrainageCarnell Support Service Ltd
Lot 11a 
Temporary Traffic ManagementCarillion Traffic Management
 HW Martin Traffic Management Limited
Lot 11b 
Temporary Traffic ManagementTarmac Aggregates Limited
  
 HW Martin Traffic Management Limited
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