Nottinghamshire Highways Partnership (NHP) Part 2
Client: Nottinghamshire County Council
Value: £80 million
Duration: 10 years
Completion: December 2016
A project that has required integration of people, practices and cultures from the public and private sectors.
The county of Nottinghamshire comprises seven District / Borough Councils. Funding of the highways network in these areas is centrally managed and co-ordinated by Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC).
Highways Operations, the County's direct labour force, maintain the highway in the four largest regions, with two operational areas in the north (Bassetlaw DC and Newark & Sherwood DC) and two in the south (Gedling BC and Rushcliffe BC). In addition, there are three Manage and Operate Partners (MOPs); Ashfield DC, Broxtowe BC and Mansfield DC, who maintain their own respective network.
The NHP was developed as a contractual arrangement by NCC to deliver highway maintenance and improvement works throughout the county. The contract requires collaborative working arrangements between Highways Operations, the three MOPs and Tarmac, who were appointed as the long term supply chain partner in January 2006. Through the 3 Counties Alliance Partnership, design support is also provided by Scott Wilson.
Why Tarmac National Contracting?
- National coverage - local service
- Clear focus on teamwork, innovation and safety, underpinned by our Sustainability framework.
- Close client collaboration to help support new regulations and the complex demands for highways maintenance.
- Played a major role in developing, modernising and maintaining the UK roads and transport infrastructure.
- Our extensive experience enables us to utilise our skill and versatility to benefit a variety of customers and sectors.
- Building relationships to deliver with a range of local authorities.
- Highly qualified teams providing a range of services and innovative products.
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