A Welsh local authority has given contractors the heads-up on £100m-worth of forthcoming road engineering works.
Cyngor Gwynedd published a prior-information notice for the four-lot deal.
The council is leading procurement for the North and Mid Wales Trunk Road Agent Civil Engineering Construction Works Framework Contract 2024.
It will cover civil engineering works on major and minor highways in the region.
Lot one is for projects worth up to £5m each; lot two will cover schemes valued at up to £40m.
Work allocated under the third lot of the framework will be valued at under £1m and based in North Wales, while jobs handed out under lot four will also be small in scale, but based in mid-Wales.
Areas covered by the overall deal include Conwy and Denbighshire; Flintshire and Wrexham; and West Wales and the Valleys.
A formal contract notice is expected in late October.
Three contractors this year secured places on a £240m highways maintenance framework in South Wales.
Tarmac Trading, Centregreat and Alun Griffiths will carry out work in the South Wales Trunk Road Agent’s western, central and eastern regions respectively.