The contract win reinforces the firm’s ranking as London’s leading highways contractor, where it currently provides highways services for around half of the capital’s boroughs.
It also follows FM Conway’s recent appointment to Highways England’s Category Management Pavement Framework.
FM Conway will work closely with Croydon Council to support its £5.25bn regeneration programme, delivering highway maintenance services, public realm projects and professional services, including design, project management and technical support, across the borough’s 725 km public road network.
Over the initial seven years, up to £36.7m will be set aside for road improvements and up to £50m for public realm upgrades.
The team’s focus will be on enhancing and future-proofing the borough’s roads and public spaces to ensure these are able to support Croydon’s growth.
FM Conway will self-deliver services where possible, using its materials manufacturing facilities across London and the south of England, as well as deploying its in-house highways design, construction and maintenance capabilities.
James Tallon, term maintenance director at FM Conway, said: “This contract win is testament to our expertise and strong position within the London market.
“It’s an exciting time to be working and living in Croydon which, as the Mayor of London’s first ‘Growth Zone’, is set to see significant investment in transport infrastructure and public spaces in the coming years.”