VolkerHighways is delighted to announce that it has secured a place on Barnet Council’s major Highways Maintenance Works Framework Lot 1 contract for the provision of Traffic Safety and Management services.
The four-year framework will enable the council to effectively provide business resilience to support the management and maintenance of the council’s highways network. It will be used for works covering both carriageway and footway maintenance, drainage, signs and markings, and traffic safety.
VolkerHighways is one of two ‘go to’ providers for Traffic Safety and Management Services, providing delivery reassurance, compliance and commitment for Barnet.
The Framework Agreement commenced on 1 June 2023 for a four-year period with the option to extend for a further two-year period.
Cllr Alan Schneiderman, Barnet Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, said: “Well-maintained roads and pavements are safer for everyone. That’s why we have agreed to invest an additional £8million in our highways over the next two years.
“We’re delighted to have agreed the Highways Maintenance Works Framework Agreement as part of our commitment to maintaining the quality of our roads and footways and tackling potholes and other issues for our residents.
“We care for people, our places and the planet, and we will continue investing towards our longer-term plans of making Barnet a safer and more sustainable place for all.”
Alistair Thompson, Managing Director of VolkerHighways, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded a place on Barnet Council’s Highways Maintenance Works Framework in the buzzing outer London borough. The safety of our people and communities are at the heart of our works and we are looking forward to getting underway to provide traffic management provision for new and upgraded infrastructure projects to the Barnet community.”
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