Several companies win work on Greater Manchester highways framework

A number of companies have won contracts as part of the £300 million Greater Manchester highways maintenance framework, led by Stockport and Bury Councils.

The framework, which is open to all Greater Manchester councils, has been used by Stockport Council to create contracts over four years, with options to extend by a further four years and followed an additional two years if required.

At the same time, Bury Council has created three-year contracts with the option to extend by one year.

Companies that have won work with Stockport include: J Hopkins Contractors, Eurovia Infrastructure, Tarmac Trading, WJ, Jones Lighting and eight others, while Bury has given contracts to; J Coonery, J Hopkins Contractors, WJ, George Cox, Sapphire Utility Solutions, Coating Services, Bethell Construction, Pavement Testing Services.


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