First works are planned to start in July, and will run for four years with the option to extend for a further four years. The contract is valued at around £100m.
Marlborough has worked with Hackney since 2011 on a Highway Term Contract for road markings and has also been involved in numerous other projects such as traffic management and gully cleansing.
Matthew Revell, managing director at Marlborough Highways, said: “We are committed to Hackney’s Sustainable Procurement Strategy and will work very closely the community providing local employment, training, apprenticeships as well as helping them achieve their environmental objectives.”
Cllr Jon Burke, Hackney Council Cabinet Member for Energy, Waste, Transport and Public Realm, said: “We’re looking forward to partnering with Marlborough Highways, who will help us tackle the Climate Emergency, reach net zero emission by 2040 and meet ambitions to make our transport network even more sustainable.
“This will be achieved through new LED lighting upgrades across the borough to reduce energy consumption, improved facilities for pedestrians and cyclists, sustainable urban drainage and the largest urban street tree planting scheme in the country.”