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A new industry body called the Highways Term Maintenance Association was launched last week attended by representatives from member firms Amey, Carillion, Colas, Jacobs Babtie, Accord, Fitzpatrick, Jarvis, Mott MacDonald, Alfred McAlpine, MouchelParkman, Ringway and RCS. Association chairman and managing director of RCS John Jackson said: 'The overall purpose is to provide a focus for the sector to foster and develop standards, share and develop best practice and provide a forum for its continuous improvement.We want to complement other forums that already exist and raise awareness of some of the excellent achievements that go on within the maintenance sector.'