£155M Yorkshire highways job up for grabs
£155m contract up for grabs in Yorkshire region split into 5 lots
Following a National Highways pledge to invest £135M into the maintenance of roads in Yorkshire and the North East, Doncaster Council have announced it is looking to appoint contractors for highways construction work worth £155M.
The contract is split into five lots with all lots due to start on 7 November and be in place for five years.
Lot 1 is for minor highway construction schemes and associated works, lots 2 and 3 are for road resurfacing schemes and highway re-construction works, lot 4 is for public realm and civil engineering works and lot 5 is for public realm and highway street lighting works.
Their estimated worth is as follows:
Lot 1: £5M
Lot 2: £50M
Lot 3: £25M
Lot 4: £50M
Lot 5: £25M
The scope of all five contracts includes:
Construction, foundation and surface works for highways and roads
Construction work for highways
Surface work for highways
Carriageway resurfacing works
Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work
Contractors are expected to place tenders for the contract by 12pm on 18 October.
The package of improvements to roads, pavements and bridges across the region comes as an effort to support the government’s agenda to level up transport across the country.