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Civil engineering portfolio grows with new works announced in North East Lincolnshire

The breadth of our civil engineering work continues to grow following the news that we have secured a place on a new framework in North East Lincolnshire – securing works across two contracted LOTs.

Our team already operates across North East Lincolnshire on the ongoing term lighting maintenance contract which sees our team responsible for the maintenance of street lighting and illuminated traffic signs on an ongoing basis.

Following a detailed tender process, we have now been successfully awarded places on both LOT 1 and LOT 4 of grant funded projects in the region, with a total value in excess of £65m across the framework.

The breakdown of these lots is as follows:

LOT 1 – Minor Civils Work £0 – £50k

Our team will be responsible for the delivery of minor maintenance and upgrades including bus stop improvements and traffic calming schemes. There will also be an element of reactive emergency damage repair works due to RTC (road traffic collision) damage.

LOT 4 – Highways Capital Works £250k – £1.5m

McCann will take on the delivery of medium to large scale complex highway schemes with works including typical maintenance projects and improvements to junctions, transport facilities, footway and carriageway reconstruction and traffic signal works. We will also be responsible for increasing road safety across public realm projects using high quality materials such as natural stone footpaths and bespoke street furniture.

News of securing works within these LOTs was warmly received by our Managing Director, John McCann, who is delighted to see McCann strengthen its presence in North East Lincolnshire while also building upon its growing portfolio of civil engineering projects across the UK.

“As a full-service contractor, we’re able to work across a diverse range of infrastructure projects within varying contractual arrangements, but we are certainly seeing an increase in the number of purely civil engineering contracts we’re securing at the moment – which is great to see,”

“This has always been a strong division within our service offering and is only growing because I think clients recognise our commitments to health and safety best practice as well as our willingness to invest in new technologies, plant and machinery in order to remain at the forefront of civil engineering.”

Works will commence in August 2022, with the contract for each LOT running until 2026.

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