Dynniq retains maintenance contract with Dublin City Council
Dynniq are pleased to announce that we have successfully retained our traffic equipment maintenance contract in Dublin City, Ireland.
Due to commence in March 2021, the contract will cover an initial five-year period with possible extensions for a further three years.
The new contract has expanded and evolved to include a variety of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and associated civils works. Dynniq will be responsible for the fault attendance, planned maintenance and asset upgrades as well as refurbishments.
This includes maintenance of optical fibre assets, servicing and repair of all faulty fibre cables and mapping of the full fibre network. Alongside these, Dynniq will also be responsible for maintaining CCTV and speed warning signs.
As an experienced user of the contract specified Dublin City Council Fault Management System, Dynniq is well placed to ensure the contract is delivered accurately and efficiently. The contract win will extend Dynniq’s working relationship with Dublin City Council to over 15 years.
Upon completion, Dynniq will maintain the system for a further five-years cementing its position as one of the leading ITS suppliers in Ireland.
“We are delighted to retain this flagship contract and continue our excellent working relationship with Dublin City Council. This contract win was built upon a proven delivery model that includes a comprehensive delivery team structured to deliver to Dublin City Council’s requirements.”
Tony O’Brien, Managing Director, Dynniq UK & Ireland