Multi-million pound West Sussex highway contracts awarded

Contracts worth more than £10million have been awarded to companies which will be carrying out highway improvements in West Sussex this financial year.

West Sussex County Council has split its highways contract into several 'lots'

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

Road resurfacing - Tarmac Trading Limited

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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, West Sussex County Council’s 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.”

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