Amey and Staffordshire County Council are working in partnership to deliver the new Infrastructure+ contract. The contract is the first of its kind in the market and will initially see the partnership manage and maintain the county’s highways infrastructure from design through to operational delivery.
The partnership has been set up to evolve so that a much wider range of services can be added over time, with the potential for other local authorities in the region being able to join as the contract develops in the future.
This new partnership builds on Amey’s long standing relationship with Staffordshire County Council where Amey has been responsible for delivering highways maintenance and improvement projects across Staffordshire since 1998
The Infrastructure+ contract will see Amey delivering a number of services in partnership with Staffordshire County Council.
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