Project Information
Project name: SHEFFIELD HIGHWAY PFI
Project description:

The Highway Maintenance PFI Project is designed to improve the condition of the highway network across the City in the first seven years and then maintain it over the remainder of the contract.

The scheme will involve the improvement and maintenance of almost 2,000 km of roads, repair of 350 bridges and other structures, improvement and maintenance of 35,000 highway trees and 69,000 street lights.

The total investment in the highway network will be £2bn. 

Related news:
01/08/2012 - Sheffield highway PFI closes
11/04/2012 - Winner for £2bn Sheffield highways PFI
07/02/2012 - Final tenders for Sheffield Highways PFI
03/11/2011 - Sheffield mulls cash injection to road PFI

Type: PFI
Sector: Roads & streetlights
Government deptartment: UK - Department for Transport
Region: UK - - Yorkshire and The Humber
Current status: Project Signed - 01/08/2012
Contract Terms
Duration: 25 years
Capital value: £1210.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Sheffield City Council
Public sector contact: Anita Dell
Highways Project Office
Tel: +44 (0) 114 273 4291 / 5553
Email: highwaysprocurementteam@sheffield.gov.uk
Or Email: anita.dell@sheffield.gov.uk
Public sector advisors: Mott MacDonald - Technical Advisors
DLA Piper - Legal Advisors
PwC - Financial Advisors
Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Amey
Private sector shareholders: Amey Highways - Shareholders
Private sector advisors: BDO - Financial Advisors
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co - Legal Advisors
Private sector debt-providers: Lloyds Banking Group - Debt Providers
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Carillion/Mouchel
Private sector shareholders: Carillion Private Finance - Shareholders
Mouchel - Other
Scottish & Southern Energy Plc - Subcontractor - IT/Telecoms

This page was last updated on:
5 July 2013.

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