Highways & Civil Engineering Tenders – Bid Writing

Sub Sectors

  • Bound Pavements Materials & Construction
  • Civil Engineering & Consultancy Advice
  • Highways Maintenance
  • Road Marking Systems
  • Road Resurfacing
  • Traffic Technology

The UK Government is investing over £4 billion to repair and renew the national road network, including resurfacing around 21,000 lane miles. This investment and the renewal of Areas 1, 2, 13 and 14 will mean a substantial number of contracts and frameworks being issued.

Thornton & Lowe’s continues to deliver substantial success in this sector on behalf of our clients both at Local Authority level, as well with Highways England.

The competition for contract and supply chain opportunities is intense, and suppliers in the Highway sector must ensure their bid stands out from the competition. With our highly-skilled in-house bid team’s vast experience,

Thornton & Lowe strive to continually produce exceptional quality work.

In addition to our base in north-west England, Thornton & Lowe also has offices across the UK. Tailoring our services to fit the specific needs of each client, we are always happy to discuss the exacting requirements of each contract across the many facets of this fast-paced sector.

We pride ourselves on the flexibility and professionalism of our bid management services, and we have a great record of helping businesses secure lucrative highways contracts all over the UK.

If you are looking for tender writing or full bid management support for highways and civil engineering contracts please contact us now.

Client Testimonials

“I would like to take the time thank you and your team for all the support with the Tender Bid. You have some very talented people working for you and they are a credit to your business.”
Martin Tweddle, General Manager, DSD Construction
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