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Eight win places on £560m traffic management framework

A number of heavyweight contractors have been named for the Highways Agency’s £560m transport support services framework.

Interserve, Carillion, Aggregate Industries, Chevron, Colas, H W Martin, Forest Traffic Services have all won places on the framework.

The winners were selected from the 10 bids were received for the programme, which were evaluated half on price and half on quality.

Work will cover the provision of temporary traffic management services, including design, installation, maintenance and removal of static temporary traffic management measures on motorways and high speed dual carriageways

It will also cover removal of static temporary traffic management measures, mobile lane closure traffic management, temporary barriers, road markings and safety cameras where required.

The Highways Agency and other government agencies will all be able to procure work through the framework.

The framework will be divided into four zones, covering the North and Scotland, Midlands and Wales, the East, and the South of England.

The chosen suppliers can express an interest in one or all of the lots.

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