Eurovia Contracting Secure Bristol Temple Circus Scheme
February 2, 2017 / Corporate

Eurovia Contracting Secure Bristol Temple Circus Scheme

EUROVIA Contracting has successfully secured the Temple Circus Highways Improvement Scheme for Bristol City Council.

The £4m scheme will involve replacing a four arm roundabout with a signalled junction, the construction of a new single carriageway, multiple signalled junction improvements, carriageway realignments, new footpath and cycle paths.

 

The works will also include amendments to bus lanes, the relocation of bus stops and footpath/cycle path widening.

 

This is a significant and high profile scheme which Eurovia tendered for and came first on quality and third on price. 

 

“This is excellent news my thanks and congratulations to all involved in securing this substantial project award.” Neil Huntington, Regional Director – Contracting ad Production

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