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Lafarge Tarmac commences work for Norfolk County Council

Date : 2014-05-29

Back in August of last year it was announced that Lafarge Tarmac was confirmed as the winner of a major highway maintenance contract for Norfolk County Council.

The contract is worth £40m a year and commenced last month after the previous contract with May Gurney came to an end. It will last for ten years, with an option for a two year extension on top.

Paul Fleetham, Managing Director of Lafarge Tarmac Contracting said:

“We have a strong presence in the region, supporting local jobs and local industry; and we’re looking forward to partnering with the teams at Norfolk to deliver highways excellence for all the County’s road users.”

 

 

David Harrison, Cabinet Member for Environment, Transport, Development & Waste at Norfolk County Council said:

“Lafarge Tarmac’s commitment to apprenticeships and to local suppliers is good news for young people and businesses, and a high rate of material recycling, allied to fewer works vehicle movements, is good for the environment.”