West Sussex Council awards contracts worth £10 million to highway companies

West Sussex County Council has announced it has awarded more than £10 million worth of contracts to companies which will deliver highway improvements in this financial year.

The successful bidders for planned road, footway and infrastructure works are:

  • Road resurfacing Tarmac Trading Limited 
  • Footway improvements FM Conway Ltd 
  • Carriageway maintenance and localised surfacing programme Associated Asphalt Contracting
  • Carriageway and footway microasphalt maintenance and improvements Eurovia Infrastructure Limited
  • Highway improvements such as: controlled crossing provision, refuge islands, road safety schemes, plus traffic calming and cycleway provision – Landbuild Ltd

Roger Elkins, Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure, said:” Congratulations to all the successful bidders: these five companies will be at the forefront of planned highway improvements this financial year and we look forward to working with them.

“West Sussex Highways introduced a new contract framework for 2020/21 which we anticipate will provide improved value for money for council taxpayers. It also provides opportunities to explore innovations that will benefit residents, businesses and visitors using our highway network.”

The 2020/21 Highway and Transport Delivery Programmes, which detail planned schemes on the West Sussex roads and footways, including bridges and public rights of way, can be seen online

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