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McCann named among nine contractors on Barnet Council Highways Maintenance Framework

Barnet Council has confirmed the setup of a new Framework Agreement covering Highways Maintenance Works and associated services – with McCann named among nine contractors selected to deliver works over the next four years.

This framework is designed to facilitate business resilience and support the management and maintenance of Barnet Council’s strategic highways network. Works covered as part of the framework include carriageway and footway maintenance, drainage, signs, markings and traffic safety.

Barnet Council has designed the Framework in such a way that it is flexible to accommodate a wide range of contractors – allowing the Local Authority to call upon a broad spectrum of expertise depending on the needs of a specific project and availability across its network of strategic partners.

The Framework covers a number of Lots across Traffic Safety & Management, Installation and Replacement, Carriageway Construction, Condition Surveys and Traffic Signs – with McCann named as a winner of works on Lot 8 – Permanent Traffic Signs.

Cllr Alan Schneirderman, Barnet Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, had this to say about the new Framework and what it means for the local community.

“Well-maintained roads and pavements are safer for everyone. That’s why we have agreed to invest an additional £8million in our highways over the next two years,”

“We’re delighted to have agreed the Highways Maintenance Works Framework Agreement as part of our commitment to maintaining the quality of our roads and footways and tackling potholes and other issues for our residents,”

“We care for people, our places and the planet, and we will continue investing towards our longer-term plans of making Barnet a safer and more sustainable place for all.”

Our Managing Director, John McCann, is delighted to see the business named on another important framework and looks forward to forming strong ongoing working relationships with the team at Barnet Council.

“This is yet another great piece of news for our team, as we continue to expand our portfolio of works right across the UK,” explains John.

“The investment pledged by Barnet Council really demonstrates the team’s commitment to improving infrastructure for local communities. We’re proud to have been selected as one of nine strategic partners who have been trusted with delivering on Barnet Council’s vision, and we look forward to collaborating across a wide range of projects over the next four years.”

Barnet Council’s Framework agreements officially started on 1st June 2023, spanning a four-year period, with the option to extend the agreements for a further two-years.

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