Specialist firm Concrete Repairs Ltd (CRL) has been awarded six frameworks by National Highways (NH) for renewals work on England’s motorways and major A roads. This award follows a tender selection process spanning more than eight months.
CRL secured four Scheme Delivery Framework (SDF) contracts for Lot 10 providing structural services and concrete repairs in Areas 1&2, 9, 10 and 12 with a projected investment of £70 million over the next 5-6 years. CRL also secured two SDF contracts for Lot 11 providing cathodic protection services in Areas 7 & 9 with a projected investment of £52 million over the same period.
The firm says that the contracts were awarded on the basis of Quality and Price with a 70/30 split. CRL claims that it had the highest quality score and combined with a very competitive financial submission was ranked first in the Lots applied for resulting in the award of a significant proportion of the work for Lots 10 and 11.
CRL has over 65 years of experience in maintaining highway structures across the UK and has worked for National Highways (formerly Highways England) for many years.
CRL’s highways director Dave Burgess said: “We are delighted to receive the news of our intended awards within the Scheme Delivery Framework and look forward to working with National Highways and all other community partners on these collaborative frameworks.”