Oxfordshire County Council begins search for highways contractor

Oxfordshire County Council is looking to procure a new highway maintenance contract commencing operational services on 1st April 2025, following a period of mobilisation.

The contract will be for an initial 8-year period with the option to extend for up to a maximum of 14 years.

The services are the maintenance and improvement of the Council’s highway network and include:

*Routine maintenance (reactive and planned) of highway assets including carriageways, footways, cycleways, drainage systems, structures, fences and barriers, signs and road markings, street furniture, verges and trees, public rights of way.

*Emergency response to incidents on the highway network

*Winter maintenance including precautionary treatments and snow clearance

*Capital maintenance including surfacing, surface dressing and surface treatments

The construction of highway improvement works up to an estimated construction value of £750,000 per scheme.

Oxfordshire is a thriving county which is home to over 650,000 residents. The county has over 3000 miles of highway and 2600 miles of public rights of way.

Interested parties have until 19/2/2024 to express interest.

Oxfordshire County Council Highway Maintenance Contract (due-north.com)


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