Amey has secured a new £35 million contract with the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council to upgrade the street lighting in the district.
The infrastructure and highways services provider will work for the next four years to survey the 56,500 street lighting assets, design 53,700 new units and replace 48,300 existing street lights with energy-efficient LED versions.
The firm says the upgrade will reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by 65%, as well as slashing maintenance costs.
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