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Rutland County Council awards new Highways Contract to Thomas Bow Ltd

Rutland County Council has begun their Highways Term Maintenance Contract with Thomas Bow Ltd from 1st June 2024.

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Thomas Bow Ltd logo
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Thomas Bow Ltd logo

Following an extensive and thorough tender process, Rutland County Council has awarded their Highways Term Maintenance Contract (HTMC) to the highest scoring bidder, Thomas Bow Ltd.

Rutland County Council's current HTMC ended on 31 May 2024. Thomas Bow Ltd commenced with their contract on 1 June 2024 and this will run for a period of ten years to 31 May 2034. There will be an option to further extend the contract by a further 2 x 5 year period if a number of Key Performance Indicators are met.

Rutland County Council’s Strategic Director for Places, said:

"Thomas Bow Ltd have a breadth of industry experience and have a significant number of highway contracts around the country.

We are pleased to be able to shape the new contract to ensure it has an emphasis on social value and positive benefits to the local community, ranging from employment to community engagement. There is also a focus on carbon reduction, innovation, an opportunity for potential income generation and a cost reduction on the depot lease.

We are looking forward to working with Thomas Bow Ltd to deliver proactive maintenance measures, ensuring the highway network is kept safe and maintained in a sustainable manner for all residents and visitors to the County."

Thomas Bow Ltd Managing Director Alistair Bow commented "This is an exciting contract for Thomas Bow and demonstrates our in-house capability to deliver multi discipline contracts for clients. We are extremely happy to secure this long term contract and we look forward to working with Rutland County Council to deliver improvements identified in the recent survey and also having a positive impact on the local community."

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