FM Conway has secured a place on the South and Central Super Regions of the Pavement Delivery Framework with National Highways. The new framework will now allow FM Conway to build upon its portfolio of collaboration with National Highways, which has already seen the business partner on a number of high-profile projects across the South West, South East and the East of England.
With the business’ reach now spanning across London, the South and East of England and the Midlands, this contract award marks the next step in FM Conway’s journey and highlights its ambitions for the future.
The framework begins in March 2023 and runs for five years until March 2028, is worth £1.3 billion and covers surfacing and pavement construction across the UK’s motorways and major A roads.
Adam Green, chief executive officer at FM Conway, said: “We are delighted to be able to continue our partnership with National Highways and we look forward to sharing our expertise in the delivery of sustainable construction and improving on our past collaborative projects across their expansive road network.
"This important partnership highlights the expansion in our strategic business operations as we move from delivering minor regional lots through the previous framework to now delivering super regions alongside other tier one contractors.
“Our growth within National Highways highlights not only our performance but also our organisations shared ambitions and goals for the industry. Through sharing best practice, I am certain, together, we can achieve our net zero carbon targets.”