Date 11 May 2018
Galliford Try has secured a place on Highways England’s pavements framework in Lot 7, ‘North East (minor)’.
The work is expected to be worth up to £40m over four years to Galliford Try. It encompasses bituminous and concrete patching, surfacing and pavement construction operations including planing (milling), paving, ironwork and associated ancillary works, adjustment, renewal, in-situ and ex-situ recycling, foot-way surfacing and asphalt kerbing.
The north-east region covers Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Co Durham, Northumberland and Tyne & Wear as well as parts of Derbyshire. The total value of the framework is up to £3.3bn.
Duncan Elliott, Managing Director of Galliford Try Highways, said: “We’re delighted for this opportunity to further strengthen our relationship with and commitment to Highways England as a leading and critically important client particularly in northern England. We’re already well established there as a supply chain partner to East Riding of Yorkshire, Northumberland, South Tyneside and Middlesbrough councils . We also carry out work under the YORcivil2 and NEPO frameworks. Highways is the key growth sector for Galliford Try Infrastructure.”