Ringway Jacobs will deliver all of the highway works and services for the London Borough of Enfield under the London Highways Alliance Contract (LoHAC) Framework.
Worth around £20 million a year, the contract will run to 2021 and will utilise a range of services including reactive defect repair, emergency response, planned routine maintenance, local implementation plan schemes, design services, capital renewals and street lighting works.
In addition, Ringway Jacobs will be working with the borough to deliver the Cycle Enfield project following the successful bid for full ‘mini-Holland’ status and award of an additional £30m of cycle improvement scheme funding.
Enfield is the second north east London Borough to award Ringway Jacobs a full term maintenance contract under the LoHAC Framework – the first being the London Borough of Haringey a year ago.
Mike Notman (pictured), managing director of Ringway Jacobs, said: “We are delighted to have been given the opportunity to work with the London Borough of Enfield and are committed to establishing a productive relationship based upon trust, integrity and partnership. I look forward to watching this contract develop over the coming years and seeing it successfully enhance our strong reputation for being innovative, forward thinking and committed to delivery.”