Eurovia success in Hertfordshire, England contracts bid
First publishedon www.WorldHighways.com
Eurovia Infrastructure is the only contractor to secure a position on all three Lots of the US $ 144.02 million (£90mn) Hertfordshire Highways Structural Maintenance and Surface Treatments Framework contracts.
The contracts began on 1 October 2012 and will run for four years. Lot 1 of the Hertfordshire County Council contract covers carriageway and footway surface treatments; Lot 2 covers carriageway resurfacing; and Lot 3 covers general civil engineering.
Eurovia has also been selected as one of four companies for the Eastern Highways Alliance (EHA) of local authorities Framework, comprising the councils of Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Luton, Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Essex and Southend on Sea. The four-year framework deal started on 28 May 2012 and is expected to be worth up to $ 120 million (£75mn). Hertfordshire itself expects to put $ 6.4 million (£4mn) worth of work each year through the framework.
The works will be led by Eurovia Infrastructure from the company’s base in Enfield, North London.
Neil Huntington, Eurovia Infrastructure director, said: “The fact that we are the only company to be recognised in this way is a testament to the breadth of the in-house capability within Eurovia. It also recognises our reputation for quality, value for money and collaborative delivery which minimises disruption to local residents and businesses.”