Tarmac Contracting has been working in partnership with both LCC and Leicestershire Highways Organisation (LHO) on the LHWA since the beginning of 2008. As part of our works with LHWA we have sponsored and worked on many community based projects.
Tarmac supports Britain’s local authorities, providing a full range of services to support the UK’s road network 24/7, 365 days a year.
Depending on the needs of our client service this can include everything from routine maintenance of roads, street lighting and drainage to helping our clients to manage and improve their highways assets. This can mean improving the long term durability of roads to improving safety and visibility at key junctions.
We don’t just work for our customers, we work with them, helping them plan and manage their budgets to provide cost certainty, recruiting and benchmarking local suppliers and sharing best practice across the supply chain. We have long standing partnering agreements with major clients across the UK, including Leicester, Nottingham and Walsall Councils. The contracts are designed to encourage innovation and efficiency savings by sharing resources, best practice, knowledge and developing multi-disciplined integrated teams.
Environmental improvements, Leicestershire Highway Works Alliance. Maintenance free recycled plastic fencing. Erected on time and to budget.
Tarmac Contracting have been working in partnership with both Leicestershire County Council (LCC) and Leicestershire Highways Organisation (LHO) on the LHWA since the beginning of 2008. The LHWA contract was for an initial four year period with the opportunity of 3 one year extension periods, the second of which commences in April 2014.
Having worked in partnership with Leicestershire County Council since 2008, the client approached us for a sustainable solution to road construction that minimised traffic movements, caused less disruption and contributed to CO2 savings.
Working alongside KaarbonTech, who provide data collection, maintenance advice and flood risk analysis, an initial data collection exercise was carried out within the existing costs, over 2 years from 2013-15 so that a ‘needs based’ flexible cleaning regime could be adopted.