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£70m maintenance deal needs contractor

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Halton and Warrington borough councils are teaming-up in a joint procurement race for a £70m highways maintenance contract.

The councils are hoping to appoint a single contractor for both areas with work evenly split over the six year deal between the two authorities.

But two different firms could be appointed “should this prove to be the most economically advantageous option”.

Work will include reactive maintenance, signage, response repairs to highways, road marking, bridges, retaining walls and similar structures, street furniture, drainage, winter maintenance and lighting.

Interested firms have until June 12 to contact the council.

Contact Halton Borough Council on behalf of Halton and Warrington Borough Councils Municipal Buildings, Kingsway Policy Planning and Transportation Mr M. Noone WA8 7QF Widnes UNITED KINGDOM +44 3033334300 graeme.halbert@halton.gov.uk


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