As an established framework contractor for many highway maintenance contracts across the Central England, Thomas Bow City Asphalt has now secured the North Yorkshire County Council Carriageway Planing and Surfacing Framework.
The county covers almost two million acres, 95 miles east to west and 65 miles north to south and is geographically the largest county in England and Wales. The county includes the towns of Harrogate, Selby, Skipton, Richmond and Scarborough as well as the City of Ripon and County town of Northallerton.
The contract covers the planing and surfacing of approximately 9000km of highway, including 900km of principal roads, 1600 road bridges, 2500 footbridges with schemes valued between £5,000 and £5,000,000.
Commercial Manager Andrew Jackaman commented ‘We’re delighted to secure this new contract with North Yorkshire County Council as we further our local authority client base in the North of England. We look forward to developing our relationship, demonstrating our commitment to quality and service through this contract.’