All the London boroughs could benefit from a four-year highways framework launched by Ealing Council, worth up to £224 million.
Its Highways and Transport Services Framework contract, consists of four lots covering general engineering, flood management, consition surveys and bridge inspections. Once started, all London boroughs will be able to procure work through the framework.
Ealing Council is looking for companies to support work in the areas of highways and traffic engineering, asset management, inspections, urban design, safety audits, structural engineering, general services and consultancy services.
This framework will replace the council’s previous Highways and Transport Services framework, which was launched in 2017.
Maximum spend per London borough per year has been set through the framework. Lots 1 and 2-which cover bridge inspections and condition surveys are set at £100,000 per year, per authority and lot three for general engeineering is valued at £1 million per year per borough. Lot four-which includes flood management has a £500,000 per borough, per year spend.