Two companies have been shortlisted to run Portsmouth City Council's private finance initiative highways maintenanc...
Two companies have been shortlisted to run Portsmouth City Council's private finance initiative highways maintenance contract.
Amey and Colas are the final two firms to be considered for the 25-year contract, which is due to start in October next year.
Amey Highways managing director Chris Webster said: 'The Portsmouth PFI offers us a great opportunity to extend our highway management portfolio.'
Phil Shaddock (Lib Dem) said: 'Our city's 400km of roads, pavements, street lighting and other highways structures are in urgent need of investment and this PFI is our solution.'