Morgan Sindall Infrastructure has secured a place on Highways England’s Concrete Roads Programme - Reconstruction Works Framework.
Over the next five years, Highways England will work with leading engineering and construction companies Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, John Sisk & Son, VolkerFitzpatrick, Colas Ltd, Dyer & Butler and Tarmac on a long-term programme to repair or replace the concrete surface of motorways or major A roads in England.
Morgan Sindall Infrastructure is one of two companies to have been appointed to the £218 million Reconstruction Works Framework. It is a design and build arrangement to demolish existing concrete road surfaces that are in poor condition and replace with a new smoother surface.
With projects directly allocated within the framework it is expected that Morgan Sindall Infrastructure will deliver circa £130 million of work over the four-year period, which commences in March 2021.
Simon Smith, managing director of Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the Reconstruction Framework which continues our long-standing relationship with Highways England. The framework builds upon our existing portfolio of work with them including the Collaborative Delivery Framework, Smart Motorways Alliance Framework and several major schemes.”
Read more about the scheme here.