Highways England have awarded Amey a contract for Facilities Management services on their extensive and growing operational estate

Tottie Faragher, Senior Media & External Affairs Manager
20 August 2020
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Leading infrastructure support service provider Amey has secured a deal to provide facilities and estate management services across Highways England’s extensive and growing operational estate.

Starting on 1 November 2020, the five-year £40 million contract will see Amey provide maintenance, cleaning project and asset management across 40 Highways England sites including offices, regional operational centres, traffic officer outstations and one highway maintenance depot.

The services provided will be essential in ensuring that all sites are safe, clean and compliant as well as helping Highways England to optimise their assets through data management, which will give real-time information and enable faster responses and decision-making.

Amey has extensive experience delivering facilities and estate management across critical infrastructure and public services the country relies on. This new contract builds on Amey’s Secure Infrastructure portfolio, which looks after thousands of assets on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Justice and over 200 schools across the UK.

Craig McGilvray, Managing Director, Amey Secure Infrastructure, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this key contract which builds on our existing relationship and contracts we have in place with Highways England. Our understanding of facilities and estate management across critical infrastructure and public services means we are perfectly placed to deliver true value by maintaining, developing and improving Highways England’s operational estate. We look forward to working in collaboration with Highways England and welcoming our new team members to Amey.”

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