The expected revenue from this four-year contract, which starts in November is between £40 – £52m over the course of the contract.
Managing Director of EnterpriseMouchel, Dave Wright, said: “Securing this contract shortly after the Croydon Council award, is a testament to the hard work of EnterpriseMouchel employees.
This highways and engineering contract with Enfield Council further widens our presence within the London Boroughs, which presents great opportunities for EnterpriseMouchel.”
VolkerHighways is due to complete the existing framework deal in November after a two-year extension was granted to the original three-year agreement.
The contract also includes a break clause provision, which may be applied in year three to allow the council to join London’s regional maintenance agreement.
Any annual price adjustments will not include labour cost rises.