We are committed to building the highly skilled workforce required to stimulate post-pandemic economic growth and respond to our clients’ shifting ambitions.
Our teams must be ready to design and deliver programmes that are efficient and effective, but that also address the climate emergency, add value to communities and create a world that the next generation aspires to live in.
Diversity and inclusion is key to expanding our teams’ thinking and challenging the status quo, drawing on the experiences and passions of the communities we serve.
Global teams that represent the communities we serve
Our people represent the best global talent, ideas and experiences. But we must also work in our local communities to build capacity and understand need. We lean on our colleagues around the world, drawing on this diverse thinking, constantly asking whether we truly represent the communities we serve.
We are involved in many of the world’s most impactful construction projects. Take a look at some examples where our work has helped to transform landscapes and lives.
Oregon Department of Transportation, USA
Following the unprecedented Labor Day 2020 wildfires spanning the entire western tier of Oregon, the State of Oregon was left with a massive clean-up effort after the largest, most expensive disaster in its history.
HS2 has been developed to deliver improved capacity and to support the economic growth of the UK regions. It is currently split into two phases; Phase One London to Birmingham and Phase 2a Birmingham to Crewe.
Arthur Phillip High School and Parramatta Public School, Australia
Setting a new benchmark for high rise schools.
Greater London Authority – Retrofit Accelerator Programmes, UK
The Greater London Authority’s Retrofit Accelerator programmes are breaking new ground as part of the Mayor of London’s ambitious agenda to make the capital a zero-carbon city.
The City of Cape Town Transport, Africa
Implementation of Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) systems in the city of Cape Town.
News and perspectives
Project controls contract for Network Rail Crewe programme
We have secured a two-year contract to provide project controls services for the Network Rail Crewe programme, which will connect the existing rail network with HS2 in the future.
Integrated Rail Plan: strong governance critical to successful delivery
The announcement on the UK’s Integrated Rail Plan (IRP) details the government’s future intentions for the rail network. Launched today, it provides a coordinated approach to investment with the ambition to ‘level up’ the economy of the UK.
Audit and monitoring service for Scottish trunk road network
We have been reappointed by Transport Scotland to provide the audit and monitoring services in relation to the maintenance and improvement of the Scottish Trunk Road Network.