Ringway Jacobs has commenced a deal worth around £140m to provide all of the highway works and services for the London Borough of Enfield under the London Highways Alliance Contract framework.
The deal is worth around £20m annually and will run to 2021. It covers services including reactive defect repair, emergency response, planned routine maintenance, capital renewals and street lighting works.
Ringway Jacobs will also lead the borough’s ‘Cycle Enfield’ project to improve cycle routes locally following Enfield’s successful bid for ‘mini-Holland’ status from the mayor of London’s office.
Enfield is the second north east London borough to award Ringway Jacobs a full term maintenance contract under the LoHAC Framework following its award from Haringey last year.
Four teams were announced as winners of the LoHAC framework, worth up to £2.6bn, in 2012. They were CVU - a joint venture between Colas, VolkerHighways and URS; a Conway Aecom JV, EnterpriseMouchel and Ringway Jacobs.