The leading construction materials supplier, which has its headquarters at Coalville in Leicestershire, was successful in tendering on the City of Edinburgh Council’s Roads and Transport Infrastructure Construction Framework 2022-26.
The framework, which is valued at £101.76 million, is to provide major carriageway and footway maintenance and renewal to the city.
Aggregate Industries was successful on one lot where the estimated value of works which will be delivered is £4.8m per annum or £19.2m.
The services within this contract will include planing, road surfacing, minor civils, street lighting, pedestrian crossings, road markings and traffic management.
Aggregate Industries is one of a number of contractors to be appointed to the framework.
John Mackenzie, Scotland Regional Director for Aggregate Industries, said: “We’re really excited to be appointed to this framework covering Edinburgh’s roads and pavements.
“It demonstrates Aggregate Industries is a key player in this market both in terms of quality and customer service.
“We have a strong established capability in Scotland and a history of delivering on major projects across the country.”
Aggregate Industries has five asphalt plants spread across the Scottish Central Belt including its Head Office at Eurocentral in Motherwell.
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