R&W Civil Engineering wins share of £100m M25 Motorway Works
R&W Civil Engineering has been awarded a place on the second Call-Off Framework Agreement (COFA-2) to deliver improvement works on the M25 and associated motorways. The Contract procured and managed by Connect Plus on behalf of Highways England will run for six years and has a potential value of £100m to be delivered by the four successful contractors, Skanska, Osbourne, Jackson and R&W Civil Engineering.
The M25 Motorway DBFO Contract awarded to Connect Plus in 2009 is a 30 year concession during which time Connect Plus are responsible for providing operating and maintenance services, lifecycle renewals and improvement works on the Project Road, which includes strategic road links in and out of London. The M25 contract roads includes 440km of road network, five tunnels and over 750 bridges and carries 15% of all UK road motorway traffic. Thus, the remit of the COFA framework is vital to improve the network through delivery of civil engineering and technology schemes.
Mark Hepburn (R&W Operations Director and the Framework Director for COFA-2) said: “We are thrilled to be awarded a place on the COFA framework and very much look forward to working with the rest of the M25 Community to deliver improvements on this strategic part of the road network.”
R&W provides a comprehensive range of civil engineering and traffic management services with specialist expertise in highways maintenance. Based in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Kent and Gloucestershire, it has been successfully operating in the south of England for almost 40 years and is regularly praised by clients and the public alike for its high levels of service, reliability and considerate approach to working.