Balfour Beatty has started the search for sub-contractors to support it on the A66 Northern Trans-Pennine upgrade project.
The company is looking for firms to help it with some major elements of the upgrade including earthworks, steelworks and pavements.
After delivery consent is awarded by the DfT, work is expected to start next year on the project, reports New Civil Engineer.
All the companies involved in the work are to do so under an enterprise-wide collaborative working agreement to dual the remaining 18-mile single carriageway sections of the road and key junctions between M6 Junction 40 (Penrith) and the A1 at Scotch Corner improved.
Applications need to be in by 6 November with a contract start date of 29 January.
Balfour Beatty is looking for firms with strong track records and will use the Build UK Common Assessment Standard (CAS) to ensure business competence.
To express an interest email Balfour Beatty. Click here.