Team win three eight-year highways maintenance frameworks for City of Westminster

Mark Reynolds

Contractor FM Conway and engineer WSP have won three eight-year highway maintenance frameworks for the City of Westminster worth up to £450m.

The three deals cover highways maintenance management and public realm projects of £30m per year, public lighting maintenance management and mechanical and electrical works worth £5.25m per year and bridge and structures maintenance management and improvement worth £2.5m per year,

The contracts will each commence on 1 April 2014.

Michael Conway, chief executive officer at FM Conway said: “These maintenance deals demonstrate the scale and quality of our offer and our ability to unlock efficiency savings, drive innovation and recycle materials in our state-of-the-art plants, all key factors in securing the new contracts.

“We have a successful existing partnership with Westminster City Council, and will be working together closely to provide a first-rate service for London’s most iconic infrastructure.”

Chris Dixon, Westminster contract director at WSP said: ”This is a fantastic win for WSP and FM Conway, which is a result of excellent delivery and client relationships from our existing technical team in Westminster.”