Frank Michael Conway started this Kent highways contractor in 1961 with one lorry and two men. Twenty years later, his son, current chairman Michael Conway, 65, took over and developed it into a national infrastructure services business. During the pandemic, it has helped local authorities put temporary cycle lanes and pedestrian management schemes in place. In January it won a £98m contract for large-scale highway works in southwest London.
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