Lincolnshire has approximately 5,500 miles of roads, 1,800 bridges and 3,000 culverts serving a population of in excess of 700,000, demanding a robust maintenance and improvement program delivered through this framework of the County’s highway network.

As part of these important improvements, under this framework contract, Thomas Bow City Asphalt acting as Principal Contractors have undertaken several highways resurfacing projects across the county including Skegness (£353,319), Crowland (£241,041), Barkston (£155,839), Gedney Marsh (£241,041), Wyberton (£174,005), Mablethorpe (£569,319), Ulceby (£244,762) and Wragby (£245,381). In each case, these contracts have been successfully completed on time and within budget.

A particular feature of these contracts is the use of the failed tar bound material – which is recycled into a foam mix base before being re-laid as a environmentally sound, cost effective, high performance base layer.

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Lincolnshire County Council

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Highway Maintenance
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