A new generation
Scotland TranServ works in partnership with our client Transport Scotland and some of the countryís largest local authorities to deliver unparalleled roads, winter and cyclic maintenance services across motorways and other designated trunk road routes in south west Scotland. This is the fourth generation of roads maintenance contracts in the region; spanning the next five years and beyond.
A joint venture between Balfour Beatty and Mouchel, Scotland TranServ commenced the provision of services across 636km of roads, 22 routes and 1,800 structures on 1 April 2013 and now employs almost 300 staff over six locations in 10 local authority areas.
Best of both worlds
Scotland TranServ brings together the expertise of two of the UKís leading providers of management and maintenance services of roads and bridges. Balfour Beatty Group is one of the UKís most successful contractors and Scotlandís leading roads contractor. The Mouchel Group is one of the UKís leading highways service providers. Both organisations have wide range of experience in working for Transport Scotland
The scope of the contract includes:
- All routine inspections of the network, including safety and structural inspections
- Winter maintenance
- All routine and cyclical maintenance
- Structural maintenance of roads and bridges
- Road improvements
- Gully emptying
- Grass cutting and weed control
- Road lighting and traffic signal maintenance
- Cleaning traffic signs
- Carriageway and cycleway defect repairs
- Safety barrier repairs
- Road lighting faults
Scotland TranServ's winter maintenance programme runs from 1st October until 15th May each year, but will be extended beyond these dates should weather forecasts or actual conditions dictate. Please click on any of the following links to access the relevant documents/information.
What can we offer you?
- Unrivalled opportunities for career progression, based solely on merit. We want all our staff to be working at their full potential.
- Excellent structured training programmes.
- Top-class terms and conditions of work
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