England. The Eastern Highways Framework, now in its third iteration, covers 10 councils in the region, ranging from Hertfordshire in the west to Norfolk and Suffolk county councils in the east, and including the lead framework authority, Essex County Council. The pipeline, which will operate over a four-year timeline, covers schemes worth up to £30m in value, including new roads, major roundabouts, cycle paths and other infrastructure.
Duncan Elliott, Managing Director for Galliford Try’s Highways business, commented: “We are delighted to have won a place on this key framework in the East of England. This success is in line with our strategic emphasis on working closely with local authorities to provide innovative solutions to their transport infrastructure needs. We very much look forward to working with the 10 councils in the future to improve the road network around the region.”