has chosen Amey
, a subsidiary of Ferrovial Servicios
, to maintain and improve
885 kilometres of motorways and trunk roads in South East Scotland
. The 6-year contract, which can be extended for another two years, is worth 92 million pounds, equivalent to 114 million euro
.Amey will be responsible for managing and maintaining roads through Central Scotland, the Lothians and Scottish Borders, including Edinburgh’s city bypass and a stretch of the M8 motorway which connects Glasgow and Edinburgh.This contract enables Ferrovial Servicios to strengthen its relationship with Transport Scotland. Amey is also participating in the project to improve the M8, M72 and M74 motorways in Central Scotland with two other Ferrovial subsidiaries, Cintra and Ferrovial Agroman. Amey is also providing road services in Clyde Valley (where Glasgow is located), and is managing the control centre for Traffic Scotland, the agency responsible for monitoring, controlling and reporting on traffic in Scotland.