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Eurovia Contracting win place on MHA MSF3

Eurovia Contracting

Company named on new £450 million Midlands Highways Alliance Medium Schemes Framework 3

EUROVIA Contracting have been appointed on to the new £450 million Midlands Highway Alliance (MHA) framework that will cover works carried out by 21 local authorities over the next four years.

Eurovia Contracting are one of four companies that have successfully won a place on the MHA Medium Schemes Framework 3, which covers work including highways improvements, maintenance and infrastructure works.

The contract commenced on 17 July 2018 and replaces the MHA MSF2 framework, which was in place for four years until June this year.

Neil Huntington, Eurovia Contracting regional director, said: ‘Eurovia have been a part of the MHA since 2010 and we were awarded the very first contract on MSF1, the Loughborough Eastern Gateway.

‘During the last eight years we have been proud to be part of this framework, delivering schemes across the region for many of the Midlands local authorities, and we look forward to being part of the new framework.

‘Gaining pole position on the MHA MSF3 will provide further opportunities to develop our in-house delivery expertise, which has been an important part of our success.

‘It will offer opportunities to deliver best-value services from across our businesses, as well as continuing to work with long-term local supply chain partners across the region, which will provide real benefit to local people and local communities.’

The anticipated four-year value of MSF3 is more than double the spend through the previous framework and, from 2020, a significant investment will also be made in the Major Road Network (MRN) across the MHA region from ring-fenced vehicle excise duty.


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