Kier Highways Solutions wins surface dressing contract with West Sussex County Council

Kier Highways Solutions, the surface treatments and bituminous product manufacturing business which is part of Kier Highways, has been awarded a £1.7m, year-long contract with West Sussex County Council for surface dressing. Kier will deliver c.500,000sqm of surface dressing across West Sussex using 750t of surface dressing emulsion, which will be manufactured at the Kier-owned […]

New provider Ringway makes a start on Surrey’s roads

Surrey County Council (SCC) officially hands over its highways maintenance contract to a new contractor this week, as part of plans to further improve the county’s roads and associated highways infrastructure. Ringway, who will replace Kier, will carry out road repairs, resurfacing and specialist structural projects as well as the upkeep of drains, winter gritting […]

Re-flow’s MD completes charity run for PAPYRUS

Re-flow’s Co-Founder & Managing Director, Michael Saunders, has completed his 400-mile run to raise money for the prevention charity, PAPYRUS. Over the past four weeks, Michael has run a 10-mile commute from his home in Cheriton Fitzpaine to the Re-flow offices in Exeter, Devon. Undertaking this distance twice a day, he’s completed just under a […]

BAM Nuttall appoints Huw Jones to lead its Transport business unit

BAM Nuttall has appointed Huw Jones to lead the company’s Transport business unit following a reorganisation of senior roles within the leading civil engineering company. Mr Jones was appointed director for BAM Nuttall’s Rail sector in 2016 and has overseen a period of consistent, ergonomic growth throughout the last five years. In 2021, the Rail […]

Consultant Turner & Townsend appointed to National Highways framework

Turner & Townsend Consulting Limited has secured a position on National Highways’ Operational Technology Commercial Framework following a competitive tendering exercise, working in collaboration with our key subcontractor Accenture (UK) Limited. Through the framework we will have the opportunity to provide National Highways with consultancy support for its operational technology services and programmes – including […]

Major highways scheme in Liverpool enters final week

One of Liverpool’s key highways schemes, which was delayed due to the collapse of a contractor, is due to complete this week. County Road, part of the historic A59, is a major gateway into the city centre from the north of Liverpool, passing Everton FC’s Goodison Park, before linking up to Aintree Racecourse and on […]

Aggregate Industries wins £6.5 million resurfacing contract in Derbyshire

Aggregate Industries has won a £6.5 million contract from Derbyshire County Council to carry out resurfacing work over the next 12 months. The delivery will be throughout Derbyshire excluding Derby City area and will include resurfacing, traffic management, road studding and road markings (lining and associated works), covering schemes over £100,000. Meanwhile, Kier has started […]

National Highways takes next step in search for partner to build Lower Thames Crossing

National Highways has invited shortlisted bidders to participate in dialogue for the £2.3 billion contract to build the tunnel and approach roads for the Lower Thames Crossing. The proposed Lower Thames Crossing includes the tunnel and 23kms of new road that would almost double road capacity across the River Thames east of London. The reliable […]

ITS (UK) promising Bigger and Better awards

The UK’s Intelligent Transport Systems industry association is significantly expanding its annual awards to better recognise the huge contribution technology is making to a greener, safer and more efficient transport network. The ITS (UK) Awards, which were first held in 2006, are adding an extra six awards to the list this year, meaning more than […]


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