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FM Conway secure place on LCP

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Kent-based infrastructure services company gains a place on London Construction Programme 2019

FM Conway have secured a place on the London Construction Programme (LCP) 2019 Framework, which will unlock an estimated £5 billion of potential construction projects over the next five years.

The LCP is governed by the London Borough of Haringey and gives access to procured public sector construction projects via a membership which includes local authorities and other public sector bodies.

The Framework opens the door to all public sector organizations in London, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Middlesex, Berkshire, Surrey, Kent and Sussex, covering projects with values from £1 million to in excess of £20 million.

FM Conway have secured their place on Lot 5 of the Framework, putting them in a position to bid for essential highways and public realm works to deliver improvement and maintenance schemes.

Mark Tooley, the company’s civil engineering director, commented: ‘FM Conway play a vital role in unlocking infrastructure delivery across the capital, whether through highway maintenance delivery, enabling works or public realm construction. Our part in these developments is fundamental to creating thriving places where people want to live and work. 

‘We are proud to be part of the LCP, working in a collaborative environment to share best practice across all of its members. The expertise of our local teams as well as our network of materials manufacturing and recycling sites means we are well placed to help support and deliver exciting projects across London and the home counties over the next five years.’

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