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Key Clients

Transport for London


This prestigious eight year highways maintenance and improvement schemes contract for North West London commenced with Transport for London on 1 April 2013. The new LoHAC framework includes local borough roads and has allowed the six boroughs located in the North West the opportunity to select services which offer better value.

Through the framework CONWAY AECOM and TfL employees work collaboratively in a co-located depot in North London. The key services provided are the repair and renewal of pavements and footpaths, scheme delivery, asset management, temporary traffic management, winter maintenance, safety and service inspections, lighting maintenance and schemes, drainage, landscaping and 24/7 emergency response service.


Brent Council


The London Borough of Brent is one of the first boroughs to join LoHAC and become part of the pan London delivery programme.

The assortment of residential, industrial and commercial landscapes will be delivered in collaboration by Brent and CONWAY AECOM. The street works programme will incorporate the following services: safety inspections; site investigations and surveys; schemes; emergency call outs; traffic management; carriageway and footpath maintenance; drainage and gully cleaning; earthworks (excavations); landscape and ecology.

A £4.5m major project commenced in Harlesden Town Centre in May 2013. This major scheme will take 18 months to complete and aims to reduce congestion in the town together with significant improvements to the urban realm.


Southwark Council


The Southwark Council Highways and Professional Services (HAPS) six year contract for highways maintenance, planned works and professional services commenced on 1st April 2013.

The contract offering includes professional services and staff support to Southwark Council. The main services provided are: Inspections, planned and reactive maintenance works, cyclic works, surfacing, gully cleaning, structures maintenance, design, assessments, project management, transport planning, road safety, CDM Co-ordinator, construction supervision, development control support, network management support, topographic surveys, investigations, emergency call outs and winter maintenance.


Barnet Council


The London borough of Barnet have entered into a call-off contract under the LoHAC framework on 1st April 2014.

The contract will cover a range of services including; reactive maintenance; carriageway resurfacing; footway reconstruction; road markings; gully cleansing; minor drainage; weed spraying and crossover works. Additional services can be incorporated into the contract at a later date, given the high level of flexibility which the LoHAC contract provides.