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Eurovia Contracting win place on new SDF

Eurovia SDF

Contracting business secures appointment on National Highways’ new Scheme Delivery Framework

EUROVIA Contracting have secured a highly sought-after place on a new £3.6 billion framework to deliver improvement and renewal schemes across the strategic road network in England.

The Scheme Delivery Framework (SDF) has been introduced by National Highways to appoint specialist suppliers who will work collaboratively to deliver schemes in each of their Regions. SDF is the replacement for the Construction Works Framework (CWF).

The SDF allows for various packages of work categories across a range of ‘Super Regions’ and ‘Regions’ that span the length of the strategic road network.

Eurovia Contracting have been appointed in first place as one of two contractors for the South Super Region Civils Lot – a vast area covering the whole of the south-east and south-west of England. The contract will commence this month [September 2021] and be in place for six years to 2027.

With highly skilled teams based across the region, Eurovia say they will use their extensive local knowledge, access to sustainable materials, innovative solutions, and digital processes to deliver projects across the highway network.

Phil Skegg, Eurovia Contracting’s managing director, said: ‘Framework contracting is at the core of our business, enabling us to collaborate with our clients in developing sustainable, cost-effective, and innovative solutions.

‘I am proud of our local teams – the relationships they have in these regions and the expertise they will deliver to improve and enhance the strategic road network. We are looking forward to continuing to work closely with National Highways and other suppliers to make the SDF a real success.’

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