Jacobs Engineering Group will work with Highways England to develop preferred design options for multiple highways schemes that are planned across the country.
The company is providing engineering design services for civil engineering works and traffic technology, surveys, stakeholder engagement, environmental services, traffic modeling, building information modeling (BIM) and principal designer services under the Construction (Design and Management) 2015 regulations. The stage two options development work includes the following schemes:
- East region: A428 (Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet), A12 Chelmsford to A120 (Junction 19 to 25) and M11 Junction 7 Upgrade;
- Southeast region: A31 Ringwood Road Widening and A34 Technology Enhancements;
- Northwest region: M6 Junction 19 Improvements.
Jacobs senior vice president buildings and infrastructure Bob Duff said: “These important schemes are central to improving route capacity and future capability. This award builds on our long established relationship with Highways England and underlines Jacobs’ position as a leading highways designer. I am delighted we are able to continue to contribute meaningfully to the roads investment program and help Highways England take the next step towards making these schemes a reality.”