Highways England names winners in £3.3bn resurfacing framework

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Highways England has signed a framework deal with 11 contractors for national road resurfacing on motorways and trunk roads

The resurfacing deal could be worth up to £3.3bn to the winning contractors collectively over the four-year term. Tarmac and Aggregate Industries look to be the biggest winners.

The Highways England resurfacing framework is also available to local highways authorities.

Four contractors have been selected for each of Highways England’s six regions. For each region, two firms will carry out major resurfacing work valued at over £1m, while two will carry out renewals work valued at under £1m.

The chosen contractors are:

  • Aggregate Industries UK
  • Breedon Bow Highways
  • Cemex Construction Services
  • Colas
  • Eurovia Infrastructure
  • FM Conway
  • Galliford Try Infrastructure
  • Hanson Contracting
  • Huyton Asphalt
  • Tarmac Trading
  • Toppesfield

Highways England executive director of operations Nick Harris said: “We know that drivers want and deserve good-quality, safe roads which is why since 2015 when Highways England was created we have replaced more than 4,400 miles of road surface.

“This new arrangement will help us tackle uneven road surfaces faster, in a more cost-effective and efficient way – keeping journeys safer and offering smoother journeys for the millions of drivers who use our roads every day.”

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