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Infrastructure technology provider Coeval has won a place on three lots as part of the Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) framework.
The three lots cover: Transport & Pedestrian Control, Transport Signage & Lighting and the Catalogue.
Managed by Crown Commercial Services, TTAS is the next iteration of the successful Traffic Management Technology 2 (TMT2) framework and is due to go live in November 2021 and run for four years. Crown Commercial Services says the framework supports ‘future competition and direct award,’ as well as continuing to cover the traffic and transport service and strategy sectors.
Commenting on the awarding of a place on three of the lots, Richard Bevins, Managing Director of Coeval said: “This is a great result for the Coeval team and demonstrates our commitment to continuing to provide effective, sustainable and innovative technology for the infrastructure sector. We look forward to starting work on this framework and delivering solutions that make a difference for the sector.”
To be considered for the framework, companies had to prove they were capable of consulting, support and project management in aspects of transportation be it road, rail, aviation or marine. They were also asked to be capable of providing physical goods, service maintenance of all related items within these markets.
TTAS at a glance: the lots Coeval has won and what they are for:
More information on TTAS can be found on the CCS website – Transport Technology & Associated Services – CCS (crowncommercial.gov.uk)