Malborough has won a £56 million highway maintenance contract with the London Borough of Haringey.
The new contract will start in July and comes after a successful start to a four-year street lighting contract which began in October.
This project will include work on carriageways, footways and cycleways, alongside new highway construction projects such as traffic calming measures, gully and drainage work as well as junction improvements. Marlborough will also provide emergency response 24/7 as part of the project, which will run for two years with an option of a further two years.
Matthew Revell, Managing Director at Marlborough Highways, said: “We have been working really well with Haringey on the street lighting contract and we are thrilled to have now also been awarded their highway maintenance contract. We look forward to developing the relationship with Haringey further, providing a consolidated service between the two contracts.”