Contractors wanted for London Borough of Brent highways maintenance contract opportunity

The London Borough of Brent is looking to appoint new contractors to its highways maintenance works contract, which is worth a total of £81M.

The contract is split into two lots. Both will begin on 1 April 2023 for an initial seven-year agreement that could be extended a further three years at one year increments, subject to performance, reports New Civil Engineer. The deadline for submission of tenders is 28 October at 12pm.

Lot 1 of the contract is worth up to £44M and its scope includes:

  • Planned schemes and planned maintenance work in area 1 (north) of the borough
  • Reactive repairs across the whole of the borough
  • Emergency call-out service across the whole of the borough
  • Cyclical and reactive gully cleansing across the whole of the borough
  • Occasional planned schemes and planned maintenance work in area 2 (south) of the borough – with no guarantee that any such work will be given

Lot 2 of the contract is worth up to £37M and its scope includes:

  • Planned schemes and maintenance work in the area 2 (south) of the borough
  • Occasional reactive repair work across the whole of the borough – with no guarantee that any such work will be given
  • Occasional planned schemes and planned maintenance work in area 1 (north) of the borough – with no guarantee that any such work will be given

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