Amey and Gallagher win places on Kent CC highways civils framework

Amey has been named alongside Kent-based contractor Gallagher on Kent County Council’s highways civils framework.

The companies will deliver highways infrastructure work, civil engineering works and other constructions works as part of the £250 million contract.

The Civil Engineering Works framework lot, which will operate for a maximum of four years, includes (but isnt limited to) the following works:

*Highway works including new build, maintenance, repairs and related surfacing;


*Environment improvement works

*Structural works

*Minor general civil engineering works

*Early contractor involvement

*Buildings related to schemes

The contract’s Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering Works lot will also operate for four years and includes:

*Highway works including new build, maintenance, repairs and related surfacing


*Environment improvement works

*Bridge and structural works

*Complex civil engineering worls

*Buildings relating to these schemes

*Early contractor involvement

*Multi stakeholder management

*Design consultancy services

Kent County Council is responsible for maintaining over 8 700 km of carriageways and 6 300 km of footways across the County. The framework is to enable the procurement and delivery of significant highway infrastructure development, civil engineering works and associated major value constructions works.


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