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Winvic wins highways contract with Lincolnshire County Council

Winvic Construction Ltd has won a new ‘General Works’ highways contract with Lincolnshire County Council.

The ‘General Works’ Lot involves the creation of new infrastructure assets as well as infrastructure improvements.

Works to be undertaken on A and B class roads are to include the construction of roundabouts, major highways widening or dualling, bridge construction and service diversions and installation as well as the installation of drainage and street lighting.

Rob Cook, Winvic’s civils and infrastructure director, commented: “I’d like to thank our team for working hard throughout the tender process on this Framework and Lincolnshire County Council team for recognising that Winvic has the drive, skills and focus on innovation to successfully and safely deliver schemes within the Framework.

Creation of new highways infrastructure and improvement works

“We are confident that our experience with the creation of new highways infrastructure and improvement works of a similar nature and our collaborative, one-team approach will lead us to exceeding the council’s expectations.

“Winvic is known as the county’s top industrial warehouse specialist, but that also means it has been delivering highways and infrastructure works associated with large UK distribution parks for its twenty-year history.

“Now – I’m delighted to say – we are also known for our track record of successfully completing major highways, civils and infrastructure works and our strong relationship with National Highways.

“This Lincolnshire highways contract win is another piece of evidence that we’re Doing It Right.”

Tom Gifford, client and contract manager from Lincolnshire County Council, added: “We are delighted to welcome Winvic onto our General Works framework Lot and look forward to working closely with the Winvic team on new projects in the future.”

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