Amey Consulting has won a place on the £300 million South East Wales Technical and Professional Services Framework.
Under the initial four-year framework, Amey Consulting will provide multi-discipline civil and highways, transportation, site supervision, geotechnical, master planning and urban design services across the region.
Amey will partner with local supply chains as part of the Wellbeing and Future generations Strategic approach, set out by the Welsh government. It will also provide apprenticeships that will provide NVQ diplomas as part of the region’s Training and Regional Skills Partnership.
Amey Consulting managing director Alex Gilbert said the company would be able to offer the benefit of its experience in design, maintenance and operations, underpinned by its data driven, analytics and advisory service.
He added that the company also had a commitment to unlock economic opportunities in Wales during the Covid-19 recovery.
“We are proud to be delivering these works locally, bringing more jobs and supply chain opportunities to the region,” said Gilbert. “Our apprenticeship programme and STEM ambassador programme will also ensure we are equipping the next generation of Welsh engineers with the skills needed to sustain a healthy industry.”
Amey Consulting’s existing presence in Wales includes delivering improvements on the Core Valley Lines and designing the Mumbles Coastal protection project.