We have a long and successful track record in building and upgrading highways and major roads through our work for Highways England and local authorities. This includes building and upgrading motorways and arterial roads, carrying out complex junction improvements, constructing bridges and improving local networks for drivers and pedestrians.
We are proud of our successful history in consistently delivering projects on time and budget, while developing solutions that help to raise industry standards.
Being better – together
Our aim is to always outperform for our customers. We believe that we can achieve more when we work in collaboration, helping to reduce cost, cut carbon and deliver more safely, quickly and efficiently.
It’s why we are committed to creating inclusive work environments where people can bring their whole selves to work, encouraging diversity of thinking and new ideas. We bring our customers, partners, supply chain and community together, so everyone shares the same vision and is focused on delivering agreed outcomes.
Delivering for communities
Major highways projects provide a perfect platform for delivering benefits beyond the essential new infrastructure being constructed.
Through our social value programmes, our site teams become part of the community supporting local projects. Whether it’s painting a community hall, creating and planting new public gardens or supporting local schools with STEM subjects our aim is to leave a lasting legacy.
Through our education, training and employment programmes we have helped many hundreds of people who were previously vulnerable or unemployed to find a rewarding career in construction – helping people to improve their life chances.
We are currently carrying out works for Highways England, on the A428 and at M42 junction 6. Both projects are being completed under the Regional Delivery Partnership (RDP) framework, for which we are a Delivery Integration Partner for the East of England and Midlands regions.
We are also concluding works on the A14 where, working in joint venture, we delivered upgrades and improvements covering 21 miles, including a new 12-mile bypass to the south of Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.